Consists of correspondence from and signed photographs of musicians, and misc. papers.
Julius J. Spector attended Fordham University and studied art at Cooper Union, later finding employment in New York-based
advertising agencies; he later gained prominence in the direct marketing industry. Spector once worked as an extra in New
York City Opera productions, played the clarinet, and in the course of his lifetime befriended many prominent musicians.
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