Collection Number: 20045

Collection Title: Glenn Hinson Collection of Gospel Music Posters, 1984-2004

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Size 47 items
Abstract Glenn Hinson, a white professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has focused this research on the music, language, and belief systems of African American communities. The collection contains posters advertising gospel music performances in the Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill). There are also recordings of interviews and musical performances by Markham Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Peace Missionary Baptist Church, Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Wake Baptist Grove Church, First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church, North Carolina A&T State University marching band, Sound Machine, Kappa Alpa Psi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, and others, as well as step competition in Raleigh, N.C., country line dancing in Durham, N.C., and hollerin' at Spivey's Corner, N.C.
Creator Hinson, Glenn.
Language English
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This collection contains additional materials that are not available for immediate or same day access. Please contact Research and Instructional Service staff at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss options for consulting these materials.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Glenn Hinson Collection of Gospel Music Posters #20045, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Recieved from Glenn Hinson.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Anthropology professor Glenn Hinson of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has focused this research on the music, language, and belief systems of African American communities.

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Glenn Hinson, a white professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has focused this research on the music, language, and belief systems of African American communities. The collection contains posters advertising gospel music performances in the Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill). There are also recordings of interviews and musical performances by Markham Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Peace Missionary Baptist Church, Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Wake Baptist Grove Church, First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church, North Carolina A&T State University marching band, Sound Machine, Kappa Alpa Psi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, and others, as well as step competition in Raleigh, N.C., country line dancing in Durham, N.C., and hollerin' at Spivey's Corner, N.C.

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Contents list

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9 items.
Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20045/1

Three Day Affair to Benefit Pine Knot Community Club, Chapel Hill Senior High School, 25-27 May 1990. Tommy Ellison and the Five Singing Stars, the Faithful Harmonizers and the Gospel Wonders. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." XOP-20045/1

Oversize Paper OP-20045/1

Golden Echoes, Creedmoor, N.C., 23 August (year not noted). Soul Lifters and Capital City Five. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." OP-20045/1

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20045/2

Big Gospel Concert, Durham, N.C., 20 September 1991. Jackson Southernaires and Capital City Five. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." XOP-20045/2

Oversize Paper OP-20045/2

24th Radio Anniversary of Brother James Thomas, Raleigh Civic Center, Raleigh, N.C., 2 September 1984. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." OP-20045/2

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20045/3

Annual Spring Festival, Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh, N.C., 6 May 1990. Reverend Howard (Slim) Hunt and the Supreme Angels, Reverend F. C. Barnes and Company, and others. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." XOP-20045/3

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20045/4

31st Anniversary of Brother James Thomas, Raleigh Civic Center, Raleigh, N.C., 1 September 1991. Original Soul Stirrers, Paul Beasley, and others. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." XOP-20045/4

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20045/5

48th Anniversary of the Capital City Five, Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh, N.C., 17 Nov. 1991. Willie Banks and Messengers, Angelic Gospel Singers, and others. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." XOP-20045/5

Oversize Paper OP-20045/3

14th Anniversary of WXKL 1290 Radio Station, Sanford, N.C., 4 April 2004. Paul Beasley and the Keynotes, the Sensational Nightingales, and others. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." OP-20045/3

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20045/6

3rd Anniversary of the Carolina Skyways. Wake Forest, N.C., 1 August 1982. Ed Hall and the Evening Five, Divine Travelers, and others. #20045, Series: "Gospel posters, 1984-2004." XOP-20045/6

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38 items.
Videotape VT-20045/1

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc at UNC Chapel Hill, Stepping Practice, Chapel Hill, N.C., 25 March 1997 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/1

Hi8

Videotape VT-20045/2

Markham Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Male Chorus Rehearsal, Durham, N.C., 3 November 1997 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/2

Hi8

Videotape VT-20045/3

Markham Chapel Missionary Baptist Church 11 a.m. Service, Durham, N.C., 16 November 1997: tape 1 of 2 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/3

Hi8

Videotape VT-20045/4

Markham Chapel Missionary Baptist Church 11 a.m. Service, Durham, N.C., 16 November 1997: tape 2 of 2 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/4

Hi8

Videotape VT-20045/5

Inspiration: Fire Wrapped in Miracles by Jenn Burleson, Durham, N.C., 1997, raw footage tape 1 of 3: The Void Brothers; Void Brothers interview #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/5

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/6

Inspiration: Fire Wrapped in Miracles by Jenn Burleson, Durham, N.C., 1997, raw footage tape 2 of 3: James Gilchrist interview; Peace Missionary Baptist Church footage #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/6

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/7

Inspiration: Fire Wrapped in Miracles by Jenn Burleson, Durham, N.C., 1997, raw footage tape 3 of 3: More Peace Missionary Baptist Church; Michael Whitfield interview #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/7

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/8

Interview with Doug Clark by Rhona Mersky and David Britt on beach music, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1 November 1996 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/8

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/9

"Coming home" by Charles Kuralt and Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Homecoming, Chapel Hill, N.C., 5 October 1997 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/9

VHS

Edited by Wendy Whitener

Videotape VT-20045/10

Interview of Keith Henderson by James Gale on Elvis Presley and Southern Women's Culture, 14 September 1997 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/10

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/11

Footage of country line dancing, Shooters II, Durham, N.C., 1997 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/11

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/12

North Carolina A&T State University Gold Marching Machine project for AFAM 180, Greensboro, N.C., 4-5 November 1999 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/12

Hi8

Musical performance of Marching Machine members Cassandra Felipa (clarinet), Travis, Dee Aaron (saxaphones), Kellye Worth (drum major)

Videotape VT-20045/13

North Carolina A&T State University Gold Marching Machine project for AFAM 180, Greensboro, N.C. #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/13

Hi8

Interview of LaWanda McCullough (majorette) and members of Golden Delight: Tiffany, Stephanie, Carlyssa, Kenya, Bonita, Courtney, Tamila, Whitney, Tia, Sheri, Jerilyn, and LaWanda recorded by Karen M. Haldeman and Kathryn Charkatz

Videotape VT-20045/14

Stepping project for AFAM 180, CIAA step competition at Raleigh Civic Conference Center, 2000 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/14

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/15

WPI Concert Choir project for AFAM 180, 19 February 2000 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/15

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/16

Dog Hunting #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/16

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Videotape VT-20045/17

Cornbread: Interview of Dora Barnett #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/17

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Videotape VT-20045/18

Cornbread #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/18

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/19

Pace Cabin, Vance County, Interview of Charles Pace, 5 November 2000 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/19

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Videotape VT-20045/20

Pace Cabin, Vance County, Snippets #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/20

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/21

Pace Cabin, Vance County, Interview of Newel Askew, 22 October 2000 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/21

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/22

Gowins Family Farm, Interview of Phil Gowins, 12 November 2000 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/22

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Videotape VT-20045/23

Orange County Speedway: Race Talk with John Evans and guests Tracey and Mike Chambers, 26 October 2000 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/23

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/24

African American Vernacular Music: Kappa Alpha Psi, Interview of Bryan Whiten and Courtney Hill, 18 November 2001 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/24

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/25

African American Vernacular Music: Kappa Alpha Psi, First and last practice #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/25

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Videotape VT-20045/26

African American Vernacular Music: Kappa Alpa Psi, master tape #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/26

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/27

African American Vernacular: Thursdays at CC's - House of Movado Ball, 28 October 2001 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/27

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/28

Southern Folklife: James Knox and Beekeeping, fall 2002 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/28

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Videotape VT-20045/29

Southern Folklife: Hollering at Spivey's Corner, Interview with Wayne and Janice Edwards, John Mark Herring #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/29

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/30

Southern Vernacular Music: Shape Note Singing, First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church, 31 October 2002 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/30

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/31

Southern Vernacular Music: Morris Family Farm, 14 October 2002 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/31

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Videotape VT-20045/32

Southern Foodways: Pumpkin Festival #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/32

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Videotape VT-20045/33

Southern Place, Memory and Meaning: Orange County Speedway #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/33

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Videotape VT-20045/34

Southern Cultural Tourism: Mayberry Mystique #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/34

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Videotape VT-20045/35

African American Vernacular Music: Sound Machine, Interviews of NCCU band and practice, Durham, N.C., 2003 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/35

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/36

African American Vernacular Music: Sound Machine, final presentation #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/36

VHS

Videotape VT-20045/37

African American Vernacular Music: Will Tharpe performance at Duffy's, 3 October 2003 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/37

MiniDV

Videotape VT-20045/38

African American Vernacular Music: Will Tharpe Performance at Wake Baptist Grove Church, 16 November 2003 #20045, Series: "Audiovisual Materials." VT-20045/38

MiniDV

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Videotapes (VT-20045/1-38)

Oversize papers (XOP-20045/1-6, OP-20045/1-3, R-20045/1)

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Processing Information

Processed by: James McGlothlin, May 2008

Encoded by: James McGlothlin, May 2008

Revised by: Dawne Howard Lucas, September 2020; Nancy Kaiser and Anne Wells, July 2021

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