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    Clay Cole's Diskotek Collection of Contracts/Performance Sheets/Memos/Photos (15) (1967). A collection of contracts, memos, pictures, and performance sheets for Clay Cole's Diskotek, a teenage-centric TV show with performances from emerging rock and soul acts. Started in 1958 as Rate Your Records, its name changed to Clay Cole's Diskotek in 1965. Also known as The Clay Cole Show, artists such as Chubby Checker, the Isley Brothers, and Simon & Garfunkel made appearances, along with comedians like George Carlin and Richard Pryor. The show ran until 1968. This collection on 8.5" x 11" WPIX-TV stationery includes the following: 1) A carbon copy proof of performance sheet for the Hardley-Worthit Players from April 1967 in Very Good Minus condition; 2) A carbon copy of an interoffice memo to make sure payment is made to Jay & the Americans, Shirley Ellis, Your Father's Mustach, and the McCoys. In Very Good condition; 3) A letter about payment to the Vagrants' manager from March 1967, in Very Good condition; 4) An 8" x 10" glossy promo shot of Decca Records artist Len Barry, along with his personal manager's phone number. In Very Good condition; 5) A letter about payment to the manager of Len Barry from March 1967, and in Very Good condition; 6) Four pages of signed documentation for the Hardley-Worthit Players' appearance in April 1967, held together by a paperclip and in Very Good condition; 7) Two pages of signed documentation for an appearance by Ken Solms and Gail Parent on April 11th, 1967, in Very Good condition; 8) Two signed pages of documentation from Ken Solms and Gail Parent for their appearance on April 19th, 1967. In Very Good condition; 9) A signed document from the manager of the Blues Project on March 21st, 1967. In Fair condition with soiling in the bottom left corner; 10) A signed contract for the Blues Project performance on April 8th, 1967, in Good condition with some loss in the upper left corner; 11) A signed contract by the Vagrants' manager about their April 1967 performance, in Very Good condition; 12) Signed documentation from Kim Weston on the performance on April 24th, 1967. In Very Good condition; 13) A glossy 8" x 10" of Maxine Brown, in Very Good condition; 14) A signed contract from Maxine Brown about her performance on April 11th, 1967, in Very Good condition; 15) Three pages of signed documentation about Age of Reason's appearance on April 10th, 1967. Held together by a paperclip. In Very Good condition; 16) A signed contract from Bobby Goldsboro for the appearance on April 19th, 1967. In Very Good condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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