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The E. Azalia Hackley Collection at the DPL
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Mr. Kurtz Myers was the head of the Music and Performing Arts Department at the Detroit Public Library from 1936 to 1969.  From 1954 to 1969, Mr. Myers added all sorts of rare material to the Hackley Collection, including manuscripts and correspondence from performing artists.

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