Mamon L. Morrison Diary
Scope and Contents
Bound diary with intermittent entries between May 1949 and March 1951 maintained by Mamon L. Morrison. These entries spanned his high school years and contains emotional and morose musings as well as descriptions of everyday life. They also record his practices, lessons, and performances during this time. Morrison became a respected member of the Richmond- Petersburg Art’s Community and was a concert pianist and faculty member of Virginia States University. Also contains a CD of Morrison's piano performances titled, "Memories".
- Creation: 1949-1951
- Morrison, Mamon L. (Person)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Read 'Em Again Books with funds from the Judge H. Lester Hooker Fund in 2019.
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