Audio recordings and videotapes of Lawrence Clark Powell's readings of
Glowing Heart of the World, and
Lawrence Clark Powell's Southwest, which were recorded from 1996 through 1998. Powell (1906-2001) was the UCLA Librarian from 1944-1961 and a prolific author
on a variety of topics, including California history, the Southwest, librarianship, and literature.
Brian Laird is an author, attorney, and law professor who produced books on tape and videotaped recordings of readings by
Lawrence Clark Powell (1906-2001), a prominent author and university librarian at UCLA. In the late 1990s, Laird produced
audio collections of Glowing Heart of the World and Lawrence Clark Powell's Southwest which were published by Singing Wind Audio. Laird also recorded Powell reading his novel, The Blue Train, but due to Powell's death, the readings were not edited or published.
1 document box (.5 linear ft.)
2 shoe boxes.
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