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Side 1: Interview with Johnny Jackson on 1972-09-23, conducted by telephone. Side 2: Interview with Yancey on the topic of early Minters, JFK assasination on 1972-09-25, continued on Tape ID: LG065.
LG060 Interviews: Johnny Jackson; Richard Yancey (LG060Goreau_Side1)
7 min., 38 sec.
Hogan Archive of New Orleans Music and New Orleans Jazz, Tulane University Special Collections
Laurraine Goreau collection, HJA-059
Tulane University Digital Library
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This recording was digitized in 2020 as part of a Recordings at Risk grant funded project administered by CLIR, "Tell the real story of me": Mahalia Jackson and Black Gospel Quartets in the South.
LG060 Interviews: Johnny Jackson; Richard Yancey, Laurraine Goreau collection, HJA-059, Tulane University Special Collections, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.