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Fri Mar 21 17:04:19 2014 UTClccn-n871486660.06Peanuts 1960's collection0.151.00J. Taylor Doggett collection,107599027n 871486661995005Scott-Trotter, Johnlccn-n50018853Crosby, Bing1903-1977sngprfivrlyrvoccndspkhstactcmplccn-n79021850Schulz, Charles M.(Charles Monroe)1922-2000auslccn-no99060861Melendez, Billproprfdrtactlccn-no99060862United Feature Syndicatelccn-n82110146Guaraldi, Vinceprfcmplccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)np-brown, evertBrown, Evertdrtlccn-no00072880Bogas, Edwardcmpnp-collins, chrisCollins, Chrisactnp-mendelson, seanMendelson, SeanactTrotter, John ScottJuvenile worksTelevision programsDramaFictionAnimated television programsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsThanksgiving DayBrown, Charlie (Fictitious character)Mayflower (Ship)Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony)Snoopy (Fictitious character)Popular musicChristmas musicFriendshipHalloweenSummerChristmas treesHuman-animal relationshipsBaseball uniformsCarolsMotion picture music--ExcerptsUnited StatesDance orchestra musicBig band musicJazz vocalsMusicals--ExcerptsIrelandSongs, IrishCarols, EnglishOperas--ExcerptsJazzFolk songs, EnglishFolk songs, IrishRadio programsMotion picture musicSongs with instrumental ensembleSongs, EnglishTrotter, John ScottSchulz, Charles M.--(Charles Monroe),MusicalsComposersCrosby, Bing,MusiciansStordahl, AxelWeston, Paul,Goodman, BennyBarbour, DaveMacKenzie, GiseleNorth CarolinaManners and customsKyser, KayBogue, Merwyn,Kyser, Georgia CarrollEnnis, SkinnayNichols, RedLaine, Frankie,19001975193519371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195819591960196619671969197019711973197519771978197919801982198319841985198619871988198919901992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120133915767947791.4575PN1992.77ocn352926459ocn034693534ocn005664257ocn008660153ocn020979201ocn009617717ocn061494363ocn048384207ocn045626864ocn016942514ocn244251676ocn028621840ocn019531387ocn014096118ocn010129679ocn008208414ocn008212123ocn008212194ocn008212233ocn008212545ocn006600682ocn352926459ocn263143097ocn668108291ocn656846872ocn665816382ocn668106027ocn665818927ocn244224227ocn062469276ocn062466297ocn725528133ocn25650026111191ocn244251676visu20080.07Schulz, Charles MA Charlie Brown ThanksgivingJuvenile worksFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsAnimated television programsTelevision programsIn "The Mayflower Voyagers", Charlie Brown and his friends show us what the voyage of the Mayflower would have been like and how the colonists settled into their new land+-+10741346965291ocn352926459visu20090.06Peanuts 1960's collectionJuvenile worksDramaA Charlie Brown Christmas: Charlie Brown has the holiday blues and is hoping that a spindly little tree he finds can help everyone discover the meaning of the season. Charlie Brown's All-Stars: Will new uniforms and league membership help transform a hard-luck team into winners? It's the great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown: Charlie Brown has been invited to a Halloween party and Linus hopes he'll finally catch a sighting of the mysterious Great Pumpkin. You're in love, Charlie Brown: Charlie Brown is smitten with the Little Red-Haired Girl and hopes to let her know before school lets out for the summer. He's your dog, Charlie Brown: Mischief-maker Snoopy tries everyone's patience. Can he be rehabilitated into a nice, obedient puppy? It was a short summer, Charlie Brown: Summer camp rivalries between the boys and girls leave the guys in the dust. Unless a certain "Masked Marvel" can score an arm-wrestling victory+-+334733469634414ocn017222971rcrd19450.20Crosby, BingMerry Christmas1341ocn028621840rcrd19930.18Sentimental journey. pop vocal classics766ocn019531387rcrd19420.23Crosby, BingHoliday Inn425ocn048156134rcrd19940.21Crosby, BingWWII radio broadcasts353ocn020979201rcrd19890.28Crosby, BingBlue skies311ocn003143072rcrd0.53The great vocalists305ocn008373095rcrd19560.59Fitzgerald, EllaSweet and hot231ocn034693534rcrd19930.56Kirsten, DorothyPortraits in memory221ocn005664257rcrd19690.47Schulz, Charles MA boy named Charlie Brown selections from the soundtrack211ocn008660153rcrd19540.63Crosby, BingBing a musical autobiography of Bing Crosby194ocn014176787rcrd19530.21Crosby, BingWhen Irish eyes are smiling182ocn048755080rcrd20010.18Crosby, BingHis greatest hits of the 30's it's easy to remember162ocn008208414rcrd0.92Crosby, BingEast side of heaven141ocn008212123rcrd0.22Crosby, BingSwinging on a star21 original mono recordings 1926-1935131ocn008212545rcrd0.84Crosby, BingAnything goes133ocn008814255rcrd19410.90Crosby, BingStardust a group of sentimental songs131ocn008212233rcrd0.90Crosby, BingBut beautiful121ocn008207939rcrd0.90Crosby, BingPocket full of dreams11ocn045273062mix1.00Doggett, J. TaylorJ. Taylor Doggett collectionHistoryMusicBig band musicDoo-wop (Music)The collection consists of three series: 5 Royales Materials; UNC Bandleaders Materials; and Other R & B, Jazz, and Doo Wop Materials. The Five Royales series documents Doggett's extensive research and collecting efforts relating to the Winston-Salem, N.C., R & B vocal group of that name and the careers of constituent members Lowman Pauling, Clarence Paul, Curtis Pauling, Obadiah Carter, Johnny Tanner, Eugene Tanner, Otto Jeffries, and William Samuels. There is also music of the Royal Sons, EL Pauling and the Royalton, and the Charlie "Little Jazz" Ferguson Orchestra. The UNC Bandleaders series reflects Doggett's interest in "sweet jazz" bandleaders associated with the University of North Carolina, including Kay Kyser, Hal Kemp, Skinnay Ennis, and John Scott Trotter. Also in this series are other performers, including Kyser's College of Musical Knowledge, Harry Babbitt, Merwyn Bogue (Ish Kabibble), Libby Holman, Georgia Carroll Kyser, Ginny Simms, and Bo Thorpe. The 5 Royales and UNC Bandleaders series both include audio and video recordings, printed materials, and correspondence. The Other R & B, Doo Wop, Jazz, and Blues Materials series contains printed materials and recordings that reflect Doggett's broader musical interests11ocn057482047mix0.47Botkin, PerryPerry Botkin papersThe majority of this collection is Botkin's music compositions, arrangements, and music recordings. Botkin worked closely with Bing Crosby and John Scott Trotter and many of the music scores and recordings in this collection are from this period of his life. In the collection are scripts, music arrangements and compositions for Botkin's radio, television, and motion picture work and for the "Beverly Hillbillies" television series. Botkin's correspondence in the collection is from 1924 to 1970 and includes four letters from Bing Crosby. Also incuded in the collection are Botkin's daily planners from 1961 to 1965 covering the period he worked with the "Beverly Hillbillies" program. The recordings in this collection are on reel to reel tape, audio film, phonograph records, and a CD11ocn682556968art19790.10Trotter, John Scott. 68Periodicals11ocn171047852art19660.10American Society of Composers, Authors and PublishersBeau, Henry J. (Heinie)+-+1074134696+-+1074134696Fri Mar 21 16:00:28 EDT 2014batch27980