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Grace Bumbry, soloist with the Ojai Festival Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland conducting: 1960s ; Miss Bumbry has enjoyed a sensational career on the European continent where she has been guest artist with all of the leading opera companies. In 1961, she sang the role of Venus in "Tannhauser" at the Bayreuth Festival and returned yearly to Bayreuth as a guest artist. Miss Bumbry made her New York debut in Carnegie Hall in the fall of 1962 and was well received by the public and the press. Following two concert tours of the United States with guest appearances with the Chicago Lyric Opera Company the critical reviews placed her as one of the great artists of our time.
Grace Bumbry, soloist w...
1960s
 
Title Grace Bumbry, soloist with the Ojai Festival Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland conducting: 1960s ; Miss Bumbry has enjoyed a sensational career on the European continent where she has been guest artist with all of the leading opera companies. In 1961, she sang the role of Venus in "Tannhauser" at the Bayreuth Festival and returned yearly to Bayreuth as a guest artist. Miss Bumbry made her New York debut in Carnegie Hall in the fall of 1962 and was well received by the public and the press. Following two concert tours of the United States with guest appearances with the Chicago Lyric Opera Company the critical reviews placed her as one of the great artists of our time.
Date 1960s
Description Informal portrait looking up at Ojai Festival Symphony Orchestra at rest under a band shell. In foreground with back to camera, Aaron Copland looks at Grace Bumbry. Image originally obtained from Music Academy of the West.
Viewing the Elks Parade : 1960s.
Viewing the Elks Parade...
1960s
 
Title Viewing the Elks Parade : 1960s.
Date 1960s
Description Teens pose for camera in town. Other people stand nearby in front of building. "Bello's" sign in background. Image originally obtained from Phil Wilson.
A good basketball player, a good student, Keith (later Jamaal) Wilkes ; Wilkes maintained a 3.8 grade point average throughout high school ; his professional career began with the Golden State Warriors ; he then played for the Lakers.
A good basketball playe...
1960s
 
Title A good basketball player, a good student, Keith (later Jamaal) Wilkes ; Wilkes maintained a 3.8 grade point average throughout high school ; his professional career began with the Golden State Warriors ; he then played for the Lakers.
Date 1960s
Description Two high school basketball players are on the court during a game. The taller player, Keith Jamaal Wilkes, who is dribbling the ball is from Santa Barbara High School. The score board indicates14 points for the home team and 17 for the challenger. Image originally obtained from Santa Barbara High School.
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