God shall wipe all tears away / sung by The Kings of Harmony -- Canaan Land / sung by The Famous Blue Jay Singers) -- Walk around / sung by The Soul Stirrers -- Tree of level / sung by The Fairfield Four -- Yield not to temptation (He locked the lion's jaw) / sung by Roberta Martin Singers -- Daniel in the lion's den / sung by Rosetta Tharpe -- Give me wings / sung by Willie Mae Ford Smith -- They led my Lord away / sung by Marion Williams -- We're marching to Zion ; Jesus is all the world to me / sung by Congregation at the Ridgecrest, N.C., Baptist Conference Center) -- The ninety and the nine / sung by George Beverly Shea -- To God be the glory / sung by Billy Graham London Crusade Choir -- Brighten the corner where you are / sung by Homer Rodeheaver -- In the garden / sung by Mrs. William Asher and Homer Rodeheaver -- Nearer, my God, to thee ("Bethany") / sung by Oscar Seagle -- Saved by grace / sung by Gipsy Smith -- Just as I am, without one plea ("Woodworth") / sung by Billy Graham Australian Crusade Choir.
101 God Shall Wipe All Tears Away / Kings of Harmony (Brass ensemble), Carey Bradley, Eugene Strong.
102 I'm On My Way to Canaan's Land / Famous Blue Jay Singers, Charlie Bridges, Silas S. Steele.
103 Walk Around / Soul Stirrers (Musical group), R.H. Harris, S.R. Crain.
104 Tree of Level / Fairfield Four, Edward Thomas, Samuel H. McCrary.
105 Yield Not to Temptation / Roberta Martin Singers, Eugene Smith, Norsalus McKissick. Piano.
106 Daniel in the Lion's Den (He Locked the Lion's Jaw) / Katie Bell Nubin, Rosetta Tharpe, Sammy Price. Piano,Guitar,Bass.
107 Give Me Wings / Bertha Smith, Gwendolyn Cooper, Willie Mae Ford Smith. Piano,Organ (Musical instrument).
108 They Led My Lord Away / Marion Williams.
201 We're Marching to Zion / Ridgecrest Baptist Conference Center..
202 Jesus Is All the World to Me / Ridgecrest Baptist Conference Center..
203 The Ninety and Nine / George Beverly Shea, I. Allan (Ira Allan) Sankey. Organ (Musical instrument).
204 To God Be the Glory / Billy Graham.
205 Brighten the Corner Where You Are / Homer A. (Homer Alvan) Rodeheaver. Brass.
206 In the Garden / Homer A. (Homer Alvan) Rodeheaver, William, Mrs. Asher.
207 Nearer, My God, to Thee ("Bethany") / unidentified quartet, Oscar Seagle.
208 Saved by Grace / Gipsy Smith.
209 Just as I Am, Without One Plea ("Woodworth") / Billy Graham.
Publication, Distribution, Etc. (Imprint):
New York New World 1978
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Recorded ca. 1909-ca. 1975.
New World Records: NW 224. Biographical and historical notes by Anthony Heilbut ("Black urban hymnody, gospel") and Harry Esken ("White urban hymnody"), with lyrics, bibliography, discography, and personnel listings (6 p.) on container and bound in.
Gospel songs and hymns; various performers.
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Photoprints of city scenes, mostly taken during the 1950s, but including a few later images. Most of the images were made in New York City, Chicago, and New Orleans. One photograph was taken in Seville, Spain. The photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson appears in two of the photographs, photographing the Saint Patrick's Day parade; evangelist Billy Graham in another.
Collection arranged into one series.
Biographical / Historical:
Frank Paulin, born in Pittsburgh in 1926, spent his early life in New York City and Chicago. He apprenticed at a photography studio in Chicago at the age of 16. In 1944 at 18, he went into the Army, serving with the Signal Corps in Europe, where he honed his photographic skills by shooting images of devastated cities. After the war he returned to Chicago and studied first at the Chicago Art Institute, then the Institute of Design with the famed artist and theorist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and photographer Harry Callahan. In 1953 he returned to New York to work as a fashion illustrator, and studied with Alexey Brodovitch at the New School. During this period he began walking the streets at night and developed his interest in street and documentary photography. His work has been exhibited widely, beginning with the pioneering New York gallery, Limelight, in 1957.
Donated to the Archives Center in 2016 by Bruce and Silke Silverstein.
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