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Audiovisual Materials, 1924-1993

Identifier: Series 13

Scope and Contents

The content of these recordings consist of one of a kind interviews with such people as Malcolm X (including some Lincoln conducted while researching the Black Muslims), Wallace Muhammad, Louis Farrakhan and Ben Chavis. Among Dr. Lincoln's recording favorites are Duke Ellington's and Sara Vaughn's recordings. Their music, among others, is reflected here on cassette and reel-to-reel tapes. Also contained in this format are some early documentaries on the Black Muslims and speeches by Dr. Lincoln and his colleqgues on the Black Church. Most of the VHS material are recordings of Lincoln's speaking engagements and appearances. Finally, there are dozens of musical recordings (78s) ranging from country music to an impressive collection of classical operas, as well as some of Dr. Lincoln's own music.


  • Creation: 1924-1993


From the Collection: 166.1 Linear feet

Language of Materials



The materials are arranged by format with a chronological arrangement thereunder. The cassette tapes are arranged into four groups: oral history, speeches, televinsion and radio and music.

Access restrictions

Some audio-visual material are in obselete format and can not be accessed at this time.


The archives has a master copy of each cassette, reel-to-reel, VHS tape and film reel. For access purposes, the archives has recorded some reel-to-reel tapes on cassette and some film onto VHS format.


Repository Details

Part of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Inc. Repository


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