Writings, correspondence, clippings, photographs, organizational records, flyers, notes, and other personal papers, 1946-1997,
from African-American writer, musician, and educator Frank Milton McCoy. Materials in the collection document his career as
a concert pianist and music educator in Los Angeles. Included is McCoy's book,
Black Tomorrow (Vantage Press, 1976), which examines the evolution and influence of music in African-American culture.
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