[Dixielandjazz] Mosaic boxes (was Cardboard or Jewell Box CDs?)

David Richoux tubaman at tubatoast.com
Tue Aug 11 10:30:54 PDT 2009

There are also some Non-Commercial radio stations remaining  that  
still have "Real" libraries.  KFJC has received several large  
collections of old jazz records (LP and CD) over the years - however,  
78s are a bit of a problem.

Usually we add the historic records to our library but those that are  
not added might go to our record swaps (operating costs are still very  
high for a broadcast station!)

Dave Richoux

On Aug 11, 2009, at 8:25 AM, dwlit at cpcug.org wrote:

> Anyone with a large music collection should contact the
> universities/libraries known for their music sections/departments.  
> Check
> out their online catalogs to see what they have. Check with music
> reference librarians for clues on how your collection might be  
> received;
> they may even have a bequest policy. Do they have space  
> restrictions? Do
> they know anything about jazz and early recordings?
> --Sheik
> Bill wrote:
>> I have no idea what will happen to my significant jazz record and  
>> book
>> collection and files after I've gone.
>> Hopefully, an archive or library will take it all as a donation. That
>> will be for my family to decide.
>> [I feel a thread coming on. One we had many years ago on the DJML.]
>> Very kind regards,
>> Bill.

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