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  • American Comedy Archives - Archives held at Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts, containing primary source material on the history, craft, and art of comedy. Features oral history interviews with comedy writers, producers, and performers.
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  • Archive of Contemporary Music - America's largest collection of poular recordings with over 1.6 million discs. A research facility providing information on all aspects of popular music.
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  • Archives of African American Music and Culture - Includes oral histories, photographs, musical and print manuscripts, audio and video recordings, and educational broadcast programs, at Indiana University in Bloomington.
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  • Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution - World's largest primary source collection of the visual arts in America, with millions of items.
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  • The British Cartoon Archive - Research centre and picture library located in the Templeman Library at the University of Kent: galleries, location information, services offered, contact details, scale of charges and publications.
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  • Chicago Jazz Archive - Collection of sheet music, recordings, photographs and stock arrangements, focusing on "Chicago style" jazz. Part of the University of Chicago's Regenstein Library.
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  • Contemporary Fashion Archive - An international project in which five European fashion institutions join forces to establish an information network in fashion design, composed of a digital archive and local documentation centres at the different institutions.
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  • Mukul Dey Archives - A private archive at Santiniketan, West Bengal, India, of the work, collection and papers of pioneer Indian graphic artist Mukul Dey. Biography, gallery, details of access.
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  • Shubert Archive - Documents the business and artistic records of the theater-owning Shubert Brothers and the Shubert Organization, held by the Shubert Foundation at the Lyceum Theatre, New York City.
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  • Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research - Houses a large collection of materials relating to film, theater, radio and television in the United States. Located in Madison, WI.
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