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Duke University Archives
Duke University Archives

The Duke University Archives is the official repository for records of Duke University and has a charge to make them available for use in accordance with policies approved by Duke University's Board of Trustees, administration and faculty. In addition to the official records of the university, the Duke University Archives holds campus publications; audiovisual materials by and about Duke University; papers and selected publications of Duke University faculty members; records of Duke University student and employee organizations and dissertations, theses, final projects and senior honors papers produced by Duke University students.

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All of the Above records, [2005]-2020 0.5 Linear Feet — 13.2 Gigabytes

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All of the Above (AOTA) is an annual theatrical production comprised of monologues written, performed by, and directed by Duke women about Duke life. The All of the Above records contain programs, scripts, list of participants, a directors manual titled "Making all of the Above," and two mini DV digital videocassettes of the 2008 production.

The All of the Above records contain programs, scripts, list of participants, a directors manual titled "Making all of the Above," and two mini DV digital videocassettes of the 2008 production. In 2019, All of the Above began including digital video files of the performances.

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The Duke Amandla Chorus is a student chorale organization that performs traditional music from various countries in Africa in the respective languages. The records span 2016-2017 and include images, moving image recordings, photographs, lyrics, and organizational records.

The Duke Amandla Chorus records span 2016-2017 and include images and moving image recordings of various performances, group photographs, lyrics, meeting minutes, a rehearsal schedule, and the Duke Amandla Chorus logo.

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The Duke Chinese Dance Troupe (DCD) was established at Duke University in the 1990s as an organization of students presenting Chinese dance and Chinese/Chinese-American culture to the Duke, Durham, and surrounding North Carolinian communities. DCD records contain the website, and materials used for planning, performing and documenting annual performances including the Duke Chinese Dance Showcase also known as the LNY (Lunar New Year), and the Fallcase.

DCD records contain the website, and materials used for planning, performing and documenting annual performances including the Duke Chinese Dance Showcase also known as the LNY (Lunar New Year), and the Fallcase. Specifically, the collection includes planning questions; programs; recorded music; performance photograph; scripts; lighting cues; costume inventory; SOFC and CEF grant audits; member lists; promotional fliers; backstage photographs; choreography notes; rosters; schedules; meeting agendas and notes; and social media.

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Duke University's Duke Players was founded in February 1931, with the intention of providing students with the opportunity to participate in all aspects of theater. Records include production files, news clippings, press releases, newsletters, posters, and scrapbooks.

Records include production files, news clippings, press releases, newsletters, posters, and scrapbooks. Materials range in date from 1930 to 1986.

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Duke University Improv records, 1997 - 2001 1 Linear Foot — 1,000 Items

Duke University Improv is an improvisational comedy group composed of Duke students. The group formed in 1997. Records include printed e-mail correspondence, photographs, scripts, clippings, publicity fliers, and rosters. Major subjects include Duke University student activities, entertainment at Duke University, improvisational comedy, and acting. Materials range in date from 1997 to 2001. English.

Contains printed email correspondence, photographs, clippings, publicity fliers, scripts, and a rosters of the Duke University Improv comedy group from 1997-2000.

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In existence since the early 1900s, the Duke University Marching Band (DUMB) is an integral part of Duke University sports, providing music and vocal support to university games such as football and basketball. Materials in the collection include administrative records (of the DUMB organization), correspondence, handbooks, game schedules, flyers, the DUMB newsletter, drum heads from the 1958 Orange Bowl and 1961 Cotton Bowl football games, and rosters of alumni.

Materials in the collection include administrative records (of the organization), correspondence, handbooks, game schedules, flyers, the DUMB newsletter, a signed drum head from the 1958 Orange Bowl football games, a drum head from the 1961 Cotton Bowl football game, and rosters of alumni.

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Playbills from numerous events held in Page Auditorium between 1933-1970. Includes musical and theatrical events, such as productions by Duke Player, recitals, symphonic performances, and solo singers.

Playbills from numerous events held in Page Auditorium between 1933-1970. Includes musical and theatrical events, such as productions by Duke Player, recitals, symphonic performances, and solo singers.

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Hoof 'n' Horn Student Musical Theater Company was first formed in 1936 at Duke University. The organization's purpose is to provide the highest possible standard of amateur theater to the Duke University and Triangle Area communities, to serve as an educational vehicle to provide practical experience in all aspects of musical theater, and to be responsible for all necessary assets for the production of shows which it sponsors. The collection features musical scores, orchestrations, sheet music, scripts, programs, posters, a scrapbook, video and audio recordings, and administrative materials. Major subjects include Duke University students and musical productions. English.

The collection features musical scores, orchestrations, sheet music, scripts, programs, posters, a scrapbook, video and audio recordings, and administrative materials. Materials range in date from 1941 to 2006.

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Jazz @ records, 2017-2018 .031 Gigabytes

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Jazz @ was initially created in 2003 as a weekly jam session at the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture, and it is now run by a committee of students as part of the Duke University Union's (DUU's) weekly jazz programming committee. The records include: emails; sign-up lists; event and meeting information; flyers; playlists; and financial and administrative materials.The records represented in the collection are from 2017-2018, when Duke student Philip Moss served as president of the Jazz @ committee. Some of the events covered in the collection include: Jazz @ The Coffeehouse; Jazz Brunch; and Latin Jazz Night.

Collection includes: emails; sign-up lists; event and meeting information; flyers; playlists; and financial and administrative materials. The records represented in the collection are from 2017-2018, when Duke student Philip Moss served as president of the Jazz @ committee. Some of the events covered in the collection include: Jazz @ The Coffeehouse; Jazz Brunch; and Latin Jazz Night.

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Men's Glee Club records, 1930-1969., 1930-1969 0.3 Linear Feet — 75 Items

The Duke University Men's Glee Club, a social singing group of undergraduate men, was organized in 1927 by J. Foster "Bishop" Barnes, Director of Social and Religious Activities at Duke University. Contains materials pertaining to the Duke University Men's Glee Club from 1930-1969.

Contains the records of the Men's Glee Club, a social singing group at Duke University, formed in 1927 by J. Foster Barnes. Types of materials include programs, performance schedules, broadcast announcements, a press book, and a pre-concert equipment checklist. Major subjects include Duke University students, male college students, choral societies, music performance, and popular songs and music. Materials range in date from 1930-1969.