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Candace Anderson Record

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3945
Candace Anderson and others found information about women in Michigan History through diaries, letters and other secondary sources. The women she included were Madame Magdelaine LaFramboise, Pamela Thomas, Sojourner Truth, Mary Wallace, Madelon Stockwell Turner, Jenny Justine Jokala, Viola Corrigan and Josephine Casey. The back cover lists the other artists that aided her in the production of this record.

Tracklist

A1
Madame Madelaine La Framboise
A2
Pamela Thomas
A3
Sojourner Truth
A4
Mary Wallace
B1
Madelon Stockwell Turner
B2
Jenny Justine Jokala
B3
Viola Corrigan
B4
Josephine Casey
B5
Closing Song

Dates

  • 1985

Creator

Physical Description

The collection is composed of one 33 1/3rd LP record called, "A Sampler of Michigan Women" by Candace Anderson produced in 1985 and recorded at Western Michigan University and DGA Productions in East Lansing, Michigan. The disc measures 12" with a label on the center with the name of the record and other information. The record has four songs on each side in addition to a closing song on side 2. The record is in a white paper sleeve and an album cover. The front of the cover has the title, artist with her photograph sitting in a chair, wearing a burgundy dress and playing her guitar. The back of the album cover has a black-and-white photograph of the artist and text describing the record and the individual songs along with a list of credits.The record is in good shape although there are a few scratches. The white paper sleeve, slightly discolored has a few tears, folds and slits. The album cover shows wear and has half of a price tag. The back has some spots but is but is legible.

Extent

.05 Cubic Feet : 1 vinyl LP record, 33 1/3 rpm

Biographical / Historical

Local folk singer Candace Anderson received support in 1984 from the Kalamazoo County Historical Society, the Michigan Council of the Humanities and the Outstate Equity Fund through the State of Michigan to write and perform songs on women in Michigan history. She held both public and school performances in 1985 around the State and produced an album distributed statewide.

Physical Description

The collection is composed of one 33 1/3rd LP record called, "A Sampler of Michigan Women" by Candace Anderson produced in 1985 and recorded at Western Michigan University and DGA Productions in East Lansing, Michigan. The disc measures 12" with a label on the center with the name of the record and other information. The record has four songs on each side in addition to a closing song on side 2. The record is in a white paper sleeve and an album cover. The front of the cover has the title, artist with her photograph sitting in a chair, wearing a burgundy dress and playing her guitar. The back of the album cover has a black-and-white photograph of the artist and text describing the record and the individual songs along with a list of credits.The record is in good shape although there are a few scratches. The white paper sleeve, slightly discolored has a few tears, folds and slits. The album cover shows wear and has half of a price tag. The back has some spots but is but is legible.

General

The Kalamazoo County Historical Society was the sponsor of the project.
General Dalton Recital Hall and Western Sound Studios both on the campus of Western Michigan University and DGA Productions in East Lansing, Michigan were the sites for the recordings for this album.

Creator

Title
Candace Anderson Record Finding Aid
Status
completed
Author
Lynn Houghton
Date
2017-09-26
Description rules
dacs
Language of description
English

Repository Details

Part of the Western Michigan University Archives & Regional History Collections Repository

Contact:
Charles C. and Lynn L. Zhang Legacy Collections Center
1650 Oakland Drive
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5307 US
(269) 387-8490