File MS-5-22, Box 23, Folders 1-32 - Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

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Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

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  • Textual record

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MS-5-22, Box 23, Folders 1-32

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  • 1988-2021 (Creation)

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10 cm of textual records

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File contains documents related to Pam Marsh, Donna Marshall, Doris Mason, Dutch Mason, Garrett Mason, One Heart Broken, Odetta Holmes, activist Rosa Parks, Sylvia Parris-Drummond, Larry Patterson, Stephen Pedersen, the People's Gospel Choir of Montreal, Juanita Peters, the Polokwane Choral Society, the Preston Cultural Festival, Jackie Richardson, Mark Riley, Dutch Robinson, Lucille Robinson, Viki Samuels-Stewart, musical group The Sanctified Brothers, Deborah Sangster, Sankofa Songs, writer Charles Saunders, Joe Sealy, Wendy Shea, the Shining Lights Choir, Shy Luv, Marko Simmonds, Verona Singer, Dee Dee Slye, and Sandra Slawter.

Documents include programs, ephemera, and newspaper clippings related to the Ladies In Blue tour, Juanita Peters' plays, including "I M Possible," "Settling Africville," "The Green Book," and other productions, various Natal Day performances, the African Nova Scotian Music Association awards, Joe Sealy's series "Africville Stories," the Atlantic Jazz Festival, and others.

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Textual records were originally stored along with photographs in a three-ring binder labelled "Nova Scotia Mass Choir Members and Friends Mar-Sl." Binder was discarded and photographs were physically separated during archival processing.

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See MS-5-22, Box 23, Folder 33 for a photograph of Marko Simmonds.
See MS-5-22, Box 17, Folders 70-88 for associated photographs.

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