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Arnold Shaw Oral History Project on Las Vegas Entertainers, 1960 to 2004

Level of Description
Series
Scope and Contents

The Arnold Shaw Oral History Project on Las Vegas Entertainers series (1960-2004) contains unprocessed oral history interviews gathered by the Arnold Shaw Popular Music Research Center. Interviews within this series describe the early days of Las Vegas, Nevada entertainment and features interviews with entertainers such as Debbie Reynolds, Wayne Newton, Steve Lawrence and Edythe Gorme, Joe Williams, and Paul Anka.

Date
1960 to 2004
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Collection Number: OH-00000
Collection Name: UNLV Libraries Collection of Unprocessed Oral History Interviews
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Conditions Governing Access

These interviews are unprocessed. To protect sensitive content, while also ensuring that the interviews are preserved for the historical record, some oral history interviews in our collections may be restricted (closed for an agreed-upon number of years), or may require permission from the narrator or interviewer before allowing a researcher access to a restricted interview. If interviews are open for research, production of use copies is required before access will be granted; this may delay research requests. Advanced notice is required. Please contact special.collections@unlv.edu for further information.

Arrangement

Interviews are not arranged.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Materials were collected by the director of the Arnold Shaw Popular Music Research Center; subsequently the materials were transferred to the University Libraries Special Collections and Archives.

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