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Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

OCLC Number

General

Description of Series

Business Records, 1971-1987

Photographs, 1971-1987

Posters, 1966-1989

Sound Recordings, 1974-1985

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Soap Creek Saloon Records, 1966-1989



Creator Soap Creek Saloon (Austin, Tex.)
Title: Soap Creek Saloon records
Dates: 1966-1989
Abstract: Business records of Soap Creek Saloon, popular Texas music venue in Austin from 1973-1985, and ATS Management; collection includes posters, photographs and recordings.
Identification: urn:taro:utexas.cah.00032
Extent: 9.77 linear feet
Quantity: Business records: 12 ft. Posters: 400 music and art posters Photographs: 2 ft. Sound recordings: 55 phonodiscs and audio tapes, 4 videotapes.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Historical Note

Soap Creek Saloon, established in 1973 by George Majewski (b. 1943) and his wife Carlyne Majer (b. 1947), became a major venue for a wide variety of Texas music until it closed permanently in 1985. ATS Management, founded as Austin Tejas Sounds by Carlyne Majer about 1974, booked bands at the music-hall and represented many Austin artists including blues singer Marcia Ball and country fiddler Alvin Crow.

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Scope and Contents

Archives of Soap Creek Saloon music-hall and ATS Management, a personal management agency for musicians, in Austin, Texas, which also includes posters and musical recordings collected by owners George Majewski and Carlyne Majer. Collection documents the popular music industry in Austin, primarily from the early 1970s to the mid-1980s.

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Organization

Archives organized by material type into 4 series: 1) Business records 2) Posters 3) Photographs, and 4) Videotape and audiotape recordings.

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

Some restrictions apply.

Conditions Governing Use

There are no use restrictions on this collection. Publisher is responsible for complying with copyright law.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Awn, Kerry
Ball, Marcia
Campi, Ray
Chenier, Clifton, 1925-
Crow, Alvin
Ely, Joe
Franklin, Jim
Hearne, Bill
Hearne, Bonnie
Jackson, J.J. 1941-2004
Jaxon
Johnson, Eric, 1954-....
Juke, Guy
Majer, Carlyne, 1947-
Majewski, George, 1943-
McClinton, Delbert
Nelson, Willie, 1933-....
Priest, Micael
Sahm, Doug
Shelton, Gilbert
Corporate Names
ATS Management (Austin, Tex.)
Asleep at the Wheel (Musical group)
Austin Tejas Sounds (Austin, Tex.)
Cobras (Musical group)
Denim (Musical group)
Esther's Follies (Theater company)
Greezy Wheels (Musical group)
Hearne, Bill and Bonnie
Lone Justice (Musical group)
Rank and File (Musical group)
Soap Creek Saloon (Austin, Tex.)
South Texas Nuclear Project
Uranium Savages (Musical group)
Subjects
Blues (Music)
Concert agents
Concerts
Country music
Management
Music
Music calendars
Music festivals
Music videos
Music-halls
Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)--Management
Musicians
Popular culture
Popular music
Rock groups
Places
Austin
California
San Francisco
Texas
Document Types
Photographs
Posters
Sound recordings

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Soap Creek Saloon Records, 1966-1989, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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OCLC Number

23285081, 23285116, 23285151, 23285179, 23835008

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General

88-142

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Business Records, 1971-1987

Scope and Contents
Twelve feet of the business records of Soap Creek Saloon, a music-hall in Austin, Texas, and ATS Management, a personal management agency for musicians that also booked musical groups for Soap Creek Saloon. Includes correspondence, appearance contracts, talent promotional materials, newsclippings, bills, and receipts, mailing lists, and photographs.
Arrangement
Organized into 2 general categories: Soap Creek Saloon materials and ATS Management materials, arranged by form of material and alphabetically by client files.
Index Terms
Personal Names
Ball, Marcia
Crow, Alvin
Ely, Joe
Majer, Carlyne, 1947-
Majewski, George, 1943-
McClinton, Delbert
Nelson, Willie, 1933-....
Corporate Names
ATS Management (Austin, Tex.)
Cobras (Musical group)
Greezy Wheels (Musical group)
Lone Justice (Musical group)
Rank and File (Musical group)
Soap Creek Saloon (Austin, Tex.)
South Texas Nuclear Project
Uranium Savages (Musical group)
Subjects
Concert agents
Concerts
Country music
Music festivals
Music trade--Management
Music-halls
Musicians
Popular culture
Popular music
Rock groups
Places
Austin
Texas
OCLC Number
23285116
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3E139 [SRH1230015730] Soap Creek Saloon
1973-1985, undated
Correspondence, 1974-1985, undated
Press releases, 1975-1981, undated
Advertising copy
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3E140 [SRH1230015731] Appearance contracts
Spam-O-Rama, 1978-1985
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3E141-3E143 Financial and legal materials
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3E143-3E144 Movies
Newspaper clippings, 1975-1982, undated
Calendars, 1973-1983
Austin Tejas Sounds
1975-1987, undated
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3E144-3E145 Calendars, 1976-1983
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3E146-3E148 Correspondence, 1975-1987, undated
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3E148 [SRH1230015739] Mailing lists
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3E149 [SRH1230015740] Radio playlists
Professional organizations
Recording studios and production companies
Music publications
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3E150 [SRH1230015741] Financial and legal materials
box
3E150-3E154 Appearance contracts
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3E154 [SRH1230015745] Canson Associates materials
Texas Hill Country Music Review Company
Austin City Limits, 1979
Fredericksburg Great World's Fair, 1978
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3E155 [SRH1230015746] Newspaper and magazine clippings
1974-1988, undated
Austin music
South Texas Nuclear Project
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3E156 [SRH1230015747] Carlyne and George Majewski personal papers
Talent promotion and publicity
A Train
Abba
Acosta, Kenny
Adams, Jay Boy
Akkerman, Jan
Alan, "A Tribute to Elvis!"
Alive!
Asleep at the Wheel
Atchafalaya
Ball, Marcia
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3E157 [SRH1230015748] Ball, Marcia
Barton, Lou Ann
Beausoleil
Bella, Karen
Bishop, Elvin
The Blasters
The Blue Angels
Blue Riddim Band
Borth, Frieda, Band
Bottle Hill
The Bradford Blues Band
The Brains
Brave Combo
Brooks, Lonnie, Band
Brown, Clarence "Gatemouth"
Browne, Jackson
Burton, Charlie, and the Cutouts
Campi, Ray
Cantu, Diana, and the Southside Band
Careless Lovers
Carrasco, Joe "King", and the Crowns
The Cartoons
Crazy Cavan and the Rhythm Rockers
Chapman, Marshall
Cheezmo Schmaltz
Chenier, Clifton
Chuck Wagon and the Wheels
Clint, Bill
The Coasters
The Cobras
Colegrove, Jim
Collins, Albert
Conqueroo
Condition Red
Cooper, Dana, and DC3
The Copas Brothers
Corpo Santo
Cotton, James
Crick, Ron
The Crosswind Band
Crow, Alvin, and the Pleasant Valley Boys
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3E158 [SRH1230015749] Crow, Alvin, and the Pleasant Valley Boys
Daniels, Charlie, Band
David Joe and the Gigolos
Davis, Blind John
Davis, Link, Jr.
Day, Charlie
D-Day
Del Santo, Dan
Denim
Dixie Flyer
Domino, Floyd, Band
Doster, Stephen, Band
The Dream Syndicate
The Dynatones
Earle, Steve
Edwards, Stoney
Ely, Joe
Erickson, Roky
Esther's Follies
The Explosives
Exuma
Fahey, John, Leo Kottke and Peter Lang
Fender, Freddy
Friedman, Kinky
The Fort Worth Cats
The Flamingos
Gatlin, Larry
Gayden, Mac
Gillmore, Jimmy
Goodman, Steve
Grappelli, Stephane
Greasy Greens
Greezy Wheels
Griffith, Nanci
Grinder Switch
Gypsee Eyes
Hancock, Butch
Hancock, Tommy, and the Supernatural Family Band
Hansen's, Randy, Machine Gun ("Tribute to Jimi Hendrix")
Hargrove, Linda
Havens, Richie
Henderson, Chuck
Hill, Rocky
Hillbilly Jukebox
The Hitmakers
Hodge, Catfish
Holmes, Monty, Band
Hot Shot
The Howlers
Hubbard, Blues Boy
Hubbard, Ray Wylie
Hurd, Cornell, Band
Hutto, J. B.
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3E159 [SRH1230015750] Jackson, Jump, and his Blues Band
Johnson, Eric
Johnson, Jimmy
Johnson, Robert "One Man"
Johnson, Tina
Jones, Catesby
Jones, George
Jones, Grandpa
Joplin, Janis
Jorday, Steve
Juke Jumpers
Kenny and the Jets
King Creole
Lafitte
The Last Mile Ramblers
Leatherwood, Patti
Lee, Dino
Lee, Laura
The Legendary Blues Band
The LeRoi Brothers
Lewis and the Legends
Lightning Red
Lil Queenie and the Percolaters
Little Imo
Lone Justice
Professor Longhair
The Lost Highway Band
The Lotions
Lovett, Lyle
Lucinda (Williams)
Lucky Roach
Lynn, Judy
McClain, Charley
McClinton, Delbert
McClinton, O.B.
McGhee, Wes
McIlwaine, Ellen
Mack, Lonnie
McShann, Jay
The Maines Brothers
Memphis Blues Caravan
Memphis Rockabilly Band
The Mercurys
The Meters
Meyers, Augie, and the Western Head Band
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3E160 [SRH1230015751] Midnight Angels
Miles, Buddy
Miller, Curly "Barefoot"
Milsap, Ronnie
Montana, Patsy
Moon Dog
Mooney, John
Morning
Mother of Pearl
Mundo Earwood
Musselwhite, Charles
Nashville Superpickers
Neely, Bill
Neill, Bob
Nelson, Willie
Nervebreakers
The Neville Brothers
The New Grass Revival
Newman, Jimmy C., and Cajun Country
Nicholas, John, and Friends
The Nighthawks
NRBQ
The Octave Doctors
Old Salt
Olson, Hans
Orion
Outh of the Blue
The Paladins
Panama Red
Parnell, Lee Roy
Passions
Patton, David
Perkins, Carl
Perkoff, David, and Lyova Anderson
Pipkin, Turk
The Planets
Po'Boy
Pollack, Mark, and the Midnighters
Price, Billy, and the Keystone Rhythm Band
Private Lives
Prophet, Ronnie
The Radiators
Rank and File
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3E161 [SRH1230015752] Rank and File
Raspberry, Larry, and the Highsteppers
Rausch, Leon
Red White and Blue(grass)
The Reynolds Sisters and the New Oso Band
Rhoads, Darryl, and the Hahavishnu Orchestra
Rich, Allan
Richards, Turley
Riders in the Sky
Rio, Bobby, Band
Robinson, Fenton
The Roches
Roomful of Blues
Russell, Shake and the Dana Cooper Band
Ryder, Mitch
Ryles, John Wesley
Sanders, Harlan
Satisfaction
Sahm, Doug (Sir Douglas Quintet)
The Scanners
Schwantz LeFantz
Seals, Troy
Seals, Son
Secrets
Sharpe, Ray
Shaver, Billy Joe
Shepard, Jean
Sheppard, T.G.
Shylo
The Sirens
Skor
Sky King
The Skunks
Sky, Ernie, and the K-Tels
Smith, Margo
Smith, Sammi
Snooks Gibson
Southwind
Spears, Billy, Band
Stackabones
Stevenson, B. W.
Stillwater
Stonebolt
Stoneground
Stoner, Rob
Street Corner Jive
Sun, Joe
The Supernatural Family Band
Surface
Sykes, Keith
Talewind
Tangent
Taylor, James Michael
Taylor, Koko
T. C. Bandits
Tennesse Pulleybone
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3E162 [SRH1230015753] Terry, Sonny, and Brownie McGhee
Texas Twisters
Third World
Thompson, Richard and Linda
Thorogood, George, and the Destroyers
ThunderKloud, Billy, and the Chieftones
Turner, Peter
Uranium Savages
Van Zandt, Townes
Vandiver, John
Volumatix
Walker, Jerry Jeff
Ward, Jacky
Waters, Muddy
West, Rick, and the Hurricanes
Whipple, Sterling
White, Mickey
White, Tony Joe
Wier, Rusty
Wietzel, Greg, and Friends
The Wild Magnolias
Willie and the Bumblebees
The Winters Brothers Band
The Wommack Brothers
Wynette, Tammy
Yogy, Odus
Young, Mighty Joe
Your Move
Zoe, Natalie
Agencies
Alligator
Blind Pig Records
David Fishoff Productions
The Jim Halsey Co., Inc
Don Light Talent, Inc
Moon-Hill Management, Inc
William Morris Agency, Inc
Ozark Talent
Rosebud Music Agency
Sutton Artists Corporation
Star Management
Stone County, Inc
Thunderbird Artists
Top Billing, Inc
TSM Management
United Talent, Inc
Variety Artists International, Inc
World Talent Associates, Inc
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3E163-3E165 Rolodexes and message pads
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3E166 [SRH1230015757] Printed materials
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3E167 [unk_109495] Artifacts
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2.325/V22 [SRH1230002561] Oversize materials
Original graphics and art
folder
OD1277 Hand-lettered sign advertising appearance of Elvis Presley, 1954

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Photographs, 1971-1987

Scope and Contents
Two feet of photographs assembled by George Majewski, owner of Soap Creek Saloon, and his wife Carlyne Majer, owner of ATS management, a personal management agency for musicians. Photographs portray musical groups that performed at Soap Creek and clients of ATS Management.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically by artists' names.
OCLC Number
23285179
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3Y518 [SRH1230028691] A Train
ABBA
Adams, Jay Boy (2)
Akkerman, Jan
Alan, "A Tribute to Elvis!"
Alive!
Asleep at the Wheel (12)
Achafalaya
Ball, Marcia (33)
Bella, Karen
Bishop, Elvin (2)
Bitch
The Blasters (7)
The Blue Angels
Blue Riddim
Bone, Ponty
Borth, Frieda
The Frieda Borth Band
The Brains
Brave Combo (2)
Brooks, Miss Tiny
Browne, Jackson
Campi, Ray (15)
Cantu, Diana and the Southside Band (2)
Carrasco, Joe King
The Cartoons
Chapman, Marshall
Chenier, Clifton (4)
Chuck Wagon and the Wheels (4)
Cobras (3)
Collins, Albert (14)
The Coasters
Condition Red (4)
Contenders
Dana Cooper's DC3 (2)
The Copas Brothers (3)
Cotton, James (5)
Crawdad
Crow, Alvin (48)
Crow, Alvin and Marcia Ball
Current
Daltrey, Roger
Daniels, Charlie, Band
Datelle, Brenda
Daulphins
David Joe and the Gigalos
Davis, Link, Jr. (12)
Denim (3)
The Dream Syndicate (3)
Del Santo, Dan
Dykes, Kent "Omar"
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3Y519 [SRH1230028692] Edwards, Stony
Ely, Joe (15)
Esther's Follies (23)
Eveready
The Explosives
Exuma (8)
Fender, Freddy (2)
Frank, Raymond (2)
Full Moon Band
Gatlin, Larry
Gayden, Mac (2)
Gilley, Mickey (3)
Gilmore, Jimmie Dale (2)
Gould, Leslie
Greezy Wheels (5)
Grinder Switch (2)
Hancock, Tommy, & Supernatural Family Band (6)
Hargrove, Linda (11)
Havens, Richie (2)
Hill, Rocky (2)
The Hitmakers
Hot Shot
The Howlers (2)
Hubbard, Ray Wylie (25)
Hurd, Cornell Band
Jimenez, Flaco
Joe Bob's Bar & Grill Band
Johnson, Eric (5)
Johnson, Jimmy (10)
Johnson, Robert "One Man"
Johnson, Tina
Jones, Catesby
Jones, George (2)
Jones, Grandpa
Jordan, Steve (3)
The Juke Jumpers (14)
King Peach
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3Y520 [SRH1230028689] Lafitte (2)
The Last Mile Ramblers (2)
Lee, Laura
The Legendary Blues Band
Leroi Brothers
Lipscomb, Mance
Little Imo
Lone Justice (23)
Lovett, Lyle (6)
Lucinda (Williams)
Lynn, Judy
McClain, Charley
McClinton, Delbert (16)
McGhee, Brownie (2)
McGhee, Wes (11)
McShann, Jay
Manhattan Transfer
Memphis Blues Caravan (2)
Memphis Rockabilly Band
The Meters (9)
Meyers, Augie (19)
Meyers, John (3)
Miles, Buddy (2)
Miller, Curly "Barefoot"
Montana, Patsy (2)
Mother of Pearl
Nashville Super Pickers (2)
Neely, Bill
Nelson, Willie (7)
Nelson's, Willie, 3rd Annual 4th of July Picnic
Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge
The Pointer Sisiters
The Charlie Daniels Band
Newman, Jimmy C., and Cajun Country
The Nighthawks (8)
NRBQ
The Octave Doctors
Old Salt
Olson, Hans
Overstreet, Tommy (2)
Panama Red (27)
Parnell, Lee Roy (2)
Parton, Dolly
Perkins, Carl (9)
Pipkin, Turk (4)
The Planets
Pollock, Mark, and the Midnighters
Pop Art (2)
Pride, Charlie
Professor Longhair (4)
Prophet, Ronnie
Queen Ida & Bon Temps Zydeco Band
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3Y521 [SRH1230028697] Rank and File (23)
Raspberry, Larry, and the Highsteppers (4)
Rausch, Leon (9)
Red, White and Blue(grass)
The Reynolds Sisters (9)
Rhoades, Darryl, and the HaHavishnu Orchestra
Richards, Turley
Riders in the Sky (4)
Road West (14)
Robinson, Fenton (8)
The Roches (9)
Ronstadt, Linda
Roomful of Blues (8)
Russell, Shake
Russell, Shake, and the Dana Cooper Band
Sanders, Harlan
Sahm, Doug (18)
Satisfaction (3)
Schwantz LeFantz
Seals, Son (3)
Seals, Troy
Sharpe, Ray (2)
Shaver, Billy Joe
Sheppard, T.G.
Shylo
The Sirens
Skor
Sky King
Sky, Erinie
Sky, Ernie, and the K-Tels
Smith, Margo
Smith, Sammi
Snooks, Gibson
Spears, Billy
Stevenson, B.W.
Stillwater (2)
Stoneground (4)
Stoner, Rob (6)
Sun, Joe (2)
Supernatural Family Band (3)
Talewind (2)
Tangent
Taylor, Koko
T.C. Bandits
Terry, Sonny, and Brownie McGhee
Texas Country
Thomas, B.J.
Thorogood, George, and the Destroyers
ThunderKloud, Billy, and the Cheiftones
Tracy, Ron
Tucker, Tanya (2)
Turner, Peter
Uranium Savages (21)
Van Zandt, Townes
Vandiver, John (2)
Walker, Jerry Jeff (2)
Waters, Muddy
Wesley, Kosmic
Whipple, Sterling
Wier, Rusty
The Wild Magnolias
Willie and the Bumblebees (2)
Winters Brothers (2)
Wommack Brothers
Wynette, Tammy
Young, Mighty Joe (5)
Zoe, Natalie
Miscellaneous
BMI Seminar, Austin, 1975 (13)
Majewskis, Soap Creek staff & scenes
Unidentified
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3Y508 [SRH1230028681] Oversisize photographs
Ball, Marcia (2)
Stakabones
Slides

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Posters, 1966-1989

Scope and Contents
Four hundred art and music posters collected by George Majewski, owner of Soap Creek Saloon, and his wife Carlyne Majer, owner of ATS Management, a personal management agency for musicians. Posters and monthly calendars document musical performances at the music-hall and other music venues and festivals in Austin, throughout Texas, and in San Francisco, California.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically by artists' names. Soap Creek Saloon calendars arranged chronologically under artist's name.
OCLC Number
23285151
Posters
Identified artists
Kerry Awn (Kerry Fitzgerald)
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2.325/V41 [SRH1230002455] Soap Creek calendars, February 1974-June 1983
Greezy Wheels at Soap Creek, December 31, 1973
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Willie Nelson/Doug Sahm/Alvin Crow at Austin Municipal Auditorium, September 28, 1975
11 x 17; Blue/red on white
Sons of Uranium Savage at Soap Creek, March 28, 1975-March 30, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Steam Heat at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W
Sons of Uranium Savage/Marsh Mongrel at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Sons of Uranium Savage/Steam Heat at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on gold
The Savages at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Ukrainian Salvage/Violet Crown at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on orange
Sons of Uranium Savage at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1975
11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages/Ramon Ramon and The Four Daddyo's at Soap Creek, October 31, 1975
Halloween; J. Franklin-Co-artist; 11 x 17; B/W
Sweetheart Contest at Ritz Theatre, February 14, 1975
Valentine's Day; 11 x 17; B/W and yellow
Balcones Fault/Uranium Savages/Ramon/Harry Anderson/Jeff Friedman/Jim Franklin at Armadillo World Headquarters, February 8, 1976
People's Community Clinic Benefit; M. Priest- Co-artist; 11 x 17; B/W
Willie Nelson/Waylon Jennings/David Allan Coe and Others at Steiner Ranch, Lake Austin, September 19, 1976
Bicentennial Outlaw Concert/Benefit for Travis County Rescue Unit (2 copies); 11 x 17; Sepia on Tan
Uranium Savages/Rollinged Revue at Soap Creek, 1976
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Uranium Savages/Contenders at Soap Creek, 1976
3 copies; 11 x 17; Sepia on tan/yellow
Uranium Savages/Greezy Wheels at Armadillo World Headquarters, 1976
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, June 18, 1976
2nd Annual Eddy Awards; 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1976
5 copies; 11 x 17; B/W on ivory/yellow/blue/pink
Uranium Savages/Texoid/Sons of Coyote at Soap Creek, December 12, 1976
New Year's Eve; 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages/Ozzie Moon at Soap Creek, 1976
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, May 9, 1976
Mothers' Day; 11 x 17; B/W on pink
Uranium Savages/Steam Heat at Soap Creek, February 14, 1976
Valentine's Day; 11 x 17; B/W on pink
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, May 29, 1976
3rd Annual George Majewski Look-alike Contest; 11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, July 30, 1977
3rd Annual Eddy Awards; 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1977
11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Ain't Misbehavin at Soap Creek, 1977
Showing of Soap Creek Calendars (2 copies); 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages/Texoid at Soap Creek, October 31, 1977
Halloween Costume Gala; 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, May 21, 1977
4th Annual George Majewski Look Alike Contest; 11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages/Ain't Misbehavin' at Soap Creek, 1977
11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1977
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Uranium Savages at Isla Blanca Amphitheater, South Padre Island, 1977
Spring Sandblast; 11 x 17; B/W on pink B/W flyer
Uranium Savages/Gatemouth Brown at Soap Creek, 1977
2 copies; 8.5 x 13; B/W yellow
Cobras, 1978
2 copies; 11 x 17; Rainbow font
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1978
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Uranium Savages/Esther's Follies at Soap Creek, 1978
11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages/Vertical Smiles at Soap Creek, 1978
11 x 17; B/W on turquoise
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1978
11 x 17; B/W on pink
Alvin Crow at Soap Creek, 1978
11 x 17; B/W
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1978
11 x 17; B/W on tan
Marcia Ball/Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1978
5th anniversary party (3 copies); 11 x 17; B/W on blue
1st annual Spam-O-Rama at Soap Creek, April 1, 1978
8.5 x 11; B/W on Brown
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, December 1, 1978
New Year's Eve; 11 x 17; B/W on gold
Greezy Wheels at Soap Creek, October 31, 1979
Halloween; 11 x 14; B/W on Orange
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, June 30, 1979
5th Annual George Majewski Look-Alike Contest (3 copies); 11 x 17; B/W (one on paper sack)
Uranium Savage at Soap Creek, October 31, 1979
Halloween; 11 x 17; B/W on Orange
Weekly Calendar at Soap Creek, 1979
8.5 x 11; B/W on Brown
Menu at Soap Creek, 1979
2 copies; 8.5 x 11; B/W on yellow/green
Grand Opening at the old Skyline at Soap Creek, 1979
New location announcement with two drink coupons; 6 x 7.5; B/W on tan
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, December 31, 1979
New Year's Eve; 8.5 x 11; B/W on pink
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1979
11 x 17; B/W on tan
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1979
5th birthday party; news-clipping on back; 11 x 17; B/W
3rd Annual Spam-O-Rama at Soap Creek, March 30, 1980
11 x 17; B/W on blue
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1980
8.5 x 17; B/W
Sir Doug and The Texas Tornados/Steve Fromholz at Soap Creek, April 4, 1980
Raymond Frank Benefit; 8.5 x 17; B.W on gold
Uranium Savages at Liberty Lunch, 1980
8.5 x 11; B/W
Uranium Savages at Liberty Lunch, 1980
8.5 x 11; B/W on pink
Uranium Savages at Rockefellers, Houston, 1980
Performance Program; 8.5 x 11; B/W on gold
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, August 30, 1980-September 1, 1980
Eddy Lewis Labor Day Weekend Telethon; 11 x 17; B/W on gray
Uranium Savages at Continental Club, 1980
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W on blue
Uranium Savages at Rockefellers, Houston, 1980
11 x 17; Purple on white
Uranium Savage at Soap Creek, 1980
7th Annual George Majewski Look-Alike Contest; 11 x 17; B/W on tan
Uranium Savages at Steamboat 1874, 1981
7th Annual Eddy Awards; 11 x 17; B/W on tan
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1981
Album Release Party; 11 x 17; B/W on gold
Thunderbirds/W. C. Clark Blues Band at Soap Creek, December 31, 1981
New Year's Eve (2 copies); 8.5 x 11; B/W on gray
Untitled, undated
2 copies; 8.5 x 11; B/W on gold
"Westward Hose" and "II Vampiro Della Morte" at Soap Creek, 1981
Two one-act musicals; 11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Esther's Follies at Paramount Theatre, September 17, 1982
Fifth Birthday Bash (2 copies); 11 x 16; B/W
Uranium Savages/Diana Cantu Band at Soap Creek, October 31, 1982
Halloween Costume Ball (2 copies); 8.5 x 11; B/W on yellow
Le Roi Brothers/Rank and File at Soap Creek, August 20-August 21, 1982
Grand Opening, 1201 S. Congress (2 copies); 11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Soap Creek bar menu, 1982
11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Thunderbirds and Double Trouble at Austin Opera House, 1982
Reunion Party; 11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Uranium Savages/the Jitters at Liberty Lunch, 1982
Reunion Party; 11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, April 3, 1983
Easter '83 Crusade; 11 x 14; Full color
Kerry Awn portrait, 1989
World Tour; 3 x 5; Blue on ivory
Uranium Savages, undated
2 copies; 14 x 21; Full color
Uranium Savages, undated
2 copies; 13 x 20; Full color
Ed Canada
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Spam-O-Rama at Soap Creek, April 10, 1983
6th Annual; 11 x 17; B/W on blue
J. T. Dawson
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Original sketch of 3 men at bar at Soap Creek, undated
Note on back: "Hand Drawn by John 'Flaco' Dawson while in prison in Mexico"; 11 x 17; Pencil on paper
Dolack
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Lost Highway Band, 1975
8 x 16; B/W
Ken Featherston
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Waylon Jennings at Armadillo World Headquarters, January 25, 1974
11 x 17; B/W
Roy Buchanan at Armadillo World Headquarters, September 18-19, 1974
2 copies; 11 x 17; Blue on white
Jim Franklin [See also under Kerry Awn]
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Shiva's Headband/Hub City Movers/Whistler at Armadillo Headquarter, August 7-8, 1970
Grand Opening (2 copies); 11 x 17; Full color
Incredible String Band/Shiva's Headband at Armadillo World Headquarters, November 20-21, 1970
7 x 10; Rainbow font
Johnny Winter/Wildfire at State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, December 18, 1970
10 x 16; B/W on orange
Lightnin' Hopkins/T. Tellonious Troll at Armadillo World Headquarters, November 13-14, 1970
11 x 17; Blue on ivory
Willie Nelson at Liberty Hill, July 5, 1970
3rd Annual July 4th Picnic; 10 x 17; Full color
Tracy Nelson and Mother Earth at Armadillo World Headquarters, October 15-16, 1971
2 copies; 11 x 17; Full color
John Lee Hooker/Paul Ray and the Cobras at Soap Creek and Ritz Theatre, March 18-20, 1975
11 x 17; B/W on blue
Taj Mahal/Lightnin' Hopkins/Greasy Wheels at Armadillo World Headquarters, October 22-23, 1971
2 copies; 11 x 17; Full color
Jimmy ("Fast Fingers") Dawkins Blues Band at Ritz Theatre, November 1974, 3
11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Inner Sanctum Records at at 504 W. 24th, Austin, 1972
11 x 17; B/W
Larry Raspberry and the Highsteppers at Ritz Theatre, February 13-15, 1975
Valentine's extravaganza (2 copies); 17 x 13; Full color
Lone Star Beer ad, undated
Ad supplement to the Daily Texan; 16 x 21; Full color
Danny Garrett
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Willie Nelson at Texas World Speedway, College Station, July 4-6, 1974
Second annual July 4th Picnic; 11 x 17; Red, blue, yellow on white
Jerry Jeff Walker and the Original Lost Gonzo Band at Austin Opry House, September 6, 1981
Sell the Nuke Benefit; 11 x 17; B/W
Spam-O-Rama at Scholz Garten, March 28, 1982
Fifth Annual; 11 x 17; Dark blue on yellow
Marcia Ball and Angela Strehli at Antone's, September 24-25, 1982
12 x 18; B/W on blue
Joe Ely at Soap Creek, January 5-6, 1979
11 x 17; B/W
Henry Gonzalez
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Dinosaurs at Soap Creek, July 9, 1983
South Austin Horseshoe Tournament; 11 x 17; B/W
Cool Breeze with Eloise at The Filling Station, March 18-April 5, 1981
11 x 17; B/W on blue
LeRoi Brothers at Treasured Tracs, March 5, 1983
Record Release party; 11 x 16; B/W ivory
Jim Harter
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Earl Scruggs Revue at Armadillo World Headquarters, November 5-6, 1971
2 copies; 11 x 17; Rainbow font
Mr. Natural at 2501 N. St. Mary's, San Antonio, undated
11 x 17; B/W
US at 1803 N. Main, San Antonio, 1970
13 x 22; Rainbow font
Homer, undated
"For bookings call..."; Rainbow font
Bill Henry
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Junior Wells/Sons of Champion/Santana Blues Band at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, May 17-19, 1969
14 x 20; Rainbow font
Ken Hoge
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, October 11, 1980
11 x 17; B/W
Jack Jackson (Jaxon)
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Willie Nelson at Soap Creek, September 20-23, circa 1980-circa 1989
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Willie Nelson at Soap Creek, September 20-23, circa 1980-circa 1989
3 copies; 9 x 13; B/W on ivory
Sir Doug and The Texas Tornados/Augie Meyers and the Western Head Band at Soap Creek, September 3-4, 1976
Paste-up; 8.5 x 11; B/W on yellow
Sir Doug and The Texas Tornados/Gypsee Eyes at Soap Creek, July 15-17, 1976
8 x 11; B/W on yellow
Sir Doug and the Texas Tornados at Soap Creek, June 25-26, 1976
11 x 17; B/W on ivory
Guy Juke (De White)
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Joe Ely Band/The Lift/Li'l Charlie and Eager Beavers at Austin Opera House, December 31, 1982
New Year's Eve (2 copies); 11 x 14; Orange and black on gray
Joe Ely Band at Soap Creek, November 14-15, circa 1980
11 x 16; B/W on orange
Tommy Hancock and the Supernatural Family Band at Shorthorn, March 6-7, 1981; April 3-4, 1981
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W on blue
Paul Kagan
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Steve Miller Band/Howlin' Wolf/Conqueroo at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, July 12-14, 1968
14 x 20; Rainbow font
Paul Kagan and David Smith
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Taj Mahal/Dave Von Ronk/Family Tree/Abshky Blues Band/Creedence Clearwater Revival/Electroluminescense at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, May 31-June 12, 1968
13 x 22; Rainbow font
Kelley
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Quicksilver Charlatans/It's a Beautiful Day at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, April 26-28, 1968
14 x 20; Rainbow font
Charlie Levy
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Luckenbach World's Fair at Fredericksburg, Gillespie County Fairgrounds, June 7-8, 1975
Verso: map of fairgrounds; 11 x 17; B/W on beige
World's Fair at Fredericksburg, Texas, June 4-6, 1976
3 copies. Verso: News Clipping from Armadillo Magazine, Aug. 1980; Verso on another: drawing; 11 x 17; B/W
Lorelin, Original sketches of 1st Soap Creek
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Pastel and crayon sketch of bar at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon sketch of people at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon sketch of people-exit door and small Christmas tree in background at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon sketch of man. Bottles on shelf at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon of interior near bar at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon sketch of billiard table; lamp overhead at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon sketch of decorations on wall at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Pastel and crayon sketch people watching performance at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 14; Multicolor
Peter Max
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Rank and File at Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, September 3, 1971
2 copies; 14 x 20; Rainbow font
Michael Nott (Noxx)
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Rank and File at Soap Creek, October 29
8 x 14; B/W on yellow
Betty Priest
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, October 30, 1976
Costume Gala/Halloween; "1st Annual Betty Awards"; 11 x 16; Green, black on white
Micael Priest (see also under Kerry Awn)
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Nyquil Roger and the Razors (Hot Rod Rock and Roll) at Soap Creek, October 12, 1975
11 x 17; B/W
Los Fabulosos Thunderbirds and Joe "King" Carrasco at Fiesta Gardens, October 4, 1981
"Sell the Lemon" [South Texas Nuclear Project]; Benefit Concert (2 copies); 11 x 17; B/W
Spam-O-Rama at Soap Creek, March 29, 1981
11 x 17; B/W on blue
Beto y Los Farlanes/Butch Hancock/Jimmie Gilmore Band/Mother of Pearl/Gary P. Nunn at Gaslight Theatre, April 12, 1981
Street Dance; 8 x 14; B/W
"Fast Draw" Exhibition of Drawing by Micael Priest at Armadillo World Headquarters, August 1-31, 1977
Art show; 11 x 17; Rainbow font
Joe Gracey/Pleasant Valley Boys/Fabulous Thunderbirds/the Skunks at Armadillo World Headquarters, November 23, 1975
Celebration on Thanksgiving Day; Verso: same image; 11 x 17; B/W blue
Marcia Ball and the Misery Brothers, 1975
11 x 17; B/W
Robert Rush
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Lord August and the Visions and Lite/Georgetown Medical band at The Vulcan Gas Company, January 5-6, 1967
21 x 24; Rainbow font
John Rogers
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Lucky Roach y Jalapeno, 11 x 17
11 x 17; B/W, green, red
Bob Schnepf
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Quicksilver/Ace of Cups/Flamin Groovies at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, May 10-12, 1968
14 x 19; Full color
Gilbert Shelton
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, undated
9 x 14; B/W
The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, 1970
Verso: Mr. Toad in orange and green; 12 x 17; B/W, blue
Conqueroo and The Swiss Movement at The Vulcan Gas Company, November 10-11, 1967
Co-artist: Tony Bell; 22 x 28; Rainbow font
Shiva's Headband/The Lost and Found at The Vulcan Gas Company, December 15-16, 1967
23 x 28; Rainbow font
The Conqueroo and the Afro Caravan/Shiva's Headband at The Vulcan Gas Company, December 19, 22-23, 31, 1967
21 x 28; Rainbow
Conqueroo/Shiva's Headband at The Vulcan Gas Company, October 27-28, 1967
21 x 27; Rainbow font
Conqueroo/Shiva's Headband at The Vulcan Gas Company, November 3-4, 1967
22 x 28; Rainbow font
The Thingies and Golden Dawn at The Vulcan Gas Company, November 24-25, 1967
22 x 28; Rainbow font
Julie Speer
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Sons of the Cajun Crawdaddy, undated
Featuring Link Davis, Jr. and Jack Nicholas; 11 x 17; B/W on pink
Rick Turner
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Ad for "All Your Spiritual and Physical Needs", 1971
Mother Nature's Smoothie Shop/Grok Book/Oat Willies/Maharani 1971-72 Calendar; 20 x 26; Rainbow font
R. Tuten
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Jefferson Airplane/Quicksilver Messenger Service/Santana/Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks/It's a Beautiful Day at Glenn McKay's Winterland, [San Francisco?], February 23, 1970
Benefit for the Grateful Dead; 14 x 21; B/W red, gold on gray
Dale Wilkins
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Ad for The Cobras, undated
Their latest hits - "Blow Joe Blow"/"Sugaree"; 22 x 27; Rainbow font
Belmer Wright
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Psychedelic profile of woman, 1968
14 x 20; B/W on yellow
Sam Yeates
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Gypsee Eyes at Soap Creek, April 2, 1971
Verso: Daily Texan news clipping, September 23; 11 x 17; Red on white
Unidentified Artists
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2.325/V39 [SRH1230002445] Advertisement for Schoenling Brewing Company's Little King's Cream Ale, undated
Clifton Chenier and his Red Hot Louisiana Band at Soap Creek, October 10-12, circa 1980-circa 1989
Handwritten: Venue & date at top (3 copies); 14 x 22; B/W, orange
Clifton Chenier and his Red Hot Louisiana Band, circa 1980-circa 1989
2 copies; 14 x 22; Rainbow font
Clifton Chenier and his Red Hot Louisiana Band/Allen Fontenot & the Country Cajuns at 501 Napoleon Club, November 26-28, circa 1980-circa 1989
Thanksgiving Spectacular; 14 x 22; Rainbow font
Albert Collins, undated
"Frostbite" album release (2 copies); 16 x 23; Full color
The Skunks, undated
Ad for debut album; 17 x 22; B/W on lavender
Joe Ely, undated
"Honky Tonk Masquerade" album release (2 copies); 18 x 24; Full color
Jerry Jeff Walker/Ray Wylie Hubbard/et al. at The Cowtown Coliseum, Fort Worth, undated
Texas Performance for Safe Energy (2 copies); 17 x 23; B/W, gold
Etta James and Marcia Ball at Chiefs Niteclub, February 26, 1981
2nd Annual Rhythm and Blues Festival; 11 x 17; B/W on blue
The Ray Wylie Hubbard Band, undated
Photos of John Inmon, Bob Livingston, Paul Pearcy, Ray Wylie Hubbard; 11 x 17; B/W, gray, pink
Gypsy Fire, undated
Amaya's Dance Productions; 8 x 14; B/W on ivory
Marcia Ball and The Misery Boys, October 4-6, 1982
Dick Schulman Blues Band at Pickin Parlor, October 7-9, 1982
11 x 17; B/W on white
Marcia Ball, undated
Portrait only; 11 x 17; B/W on yellow
Calendar at Nick's Uptown, Dallas, July 1983
11 x 14; Red/white on pink
Calendar at Nick's Uptown, Dallas, August 1983
11 x 14; Blue/white on blue
American Indian Arts and Crafts Show and Sale at Gallery 600, undated
Photo of a Navajo Indian; 11 x 17; Sepia on ivory
Rank and File/Alvin Crow at Texas Union Ballroom, January 22, 1983
3 copies; 11 x 17; B/W on ivory; B/W on orange; B/W on yellow
Rank and FIle at Texas Union Ballroom, January 22, 1983
2 copies of each; 5 x 8; B/W on blue; B/W on orange
Ad for merchandise establishment at Oat Willie's, undated
2 copies; 9 x 18; B/W
John Sebastian at Armadillo World Headquarters, October 29-30
12 x 16; Full color
Ad for Royal Worcester Corsets, circa 1980-circa 1989
Drawing of woman in corset looking in mirror; 13 x 18; B/W and tan
LeRoi Brothers/ Charlie Burton and the Cutouts at Soap Creek, February 18-19, 1983
11 x 17; B/W on orange
Uranium Savages at Soap Creek, 1976
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W
Paul Ray and the Cobras at Soap Creek, undated
8 x 11; B/W
"Take a Stand Against the Klan March" at 1st and Congress Avenues, undated
Protest March; 8 x 14; B/W
The Careless Lovers with Robert Ealey, undated
14 x 22; Blue on white; handwritten red lettering
Sammy and the "Fabulous Erections", undated
Starring Little Bucky, Catman, and Good Rocking Ralph; 14 x 22; Red/black on yellow
Rank and File, 1982
Red/black on white; 17 x 22
Memphis Piano Red at Soap Creek, undated
11 x 17; B/W on blue
5th Annual Luckenbach World's Fair at Fredericksburg, Texas, June 9-11, 1978
Sponsored by Adolph Coors Co. (2 copies); 14 x 24; Color
Showing of Leonard V. Hornyak's Ceramics at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, April 20-24, 1970
13 x 13; Pink, gold on brown
Texas Folklife Festival at Hemisfair Plaza, San Antonio, August 6-9, 1981
10th Annual Reunion (2 copies); 11 x 15; Red, blue, black on yellow
Ry Cooder/Doug Salm/Kurt Van Sinkle at Paramount Theatre, December 10, 1980
Benefit Concert for Mance Lipscomb; 14 x 20; B/W
Augie Meyers and the Western Head Band, undated
17 x 22; Brown on white
Esther's Follies at Esther's Pool, 1977
Verso: News clippings (2 copies); 10 x 16; B/W
The Reynolds Sisters and OSO Band, undated
11 x 17; B/W
Charlie Musselwhite and his 6 Piece Blues Review, undated
11 x 17; B/W on yellow
The Legendary Blues Band, undated
Willie Smith, Louis Myers; Jerry Portnoy, Calvin Jones, Pinetop Perkins; 11 x 17; B/W on blue
Riders in the Sky at Soap Creek, undated
2 copies; 17 x 24; Full color
Satisfaction, undated
2 copies; 11 x 17; B/W
Son Seals, undated
"Live and Burning" album (2 copies), 17 x 22; B/W
The Supernatural Family Gang at Cotton Club, undated
2 copies; 10 x 15; B/W on ivory
The Tennessee Pulleybone, undated
"Honky Tonkin"; 17 x 22; Full color
World's Fair at Fredericksburg, June 4-6, 1976
17 x 23; B/W on yellow
"Outlaw Blues" starring Peter Fonda and Susan Saint James, 1977
17 x 23; B/W on yellow
Sir Douglas Quintet at Waldorf, undated
18 x 24; Rainbow font
The Lonnie Brooks Blues Band, undated
"Bayou Lightnin"; 18 x 22; B/W
Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks/Howlin' Wolf/Quicksilver Messenger Service/ Vulcan Lights at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, 1968
14 x 21; B/W
Grateful Dead/Sopwith Camel at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, undated
14 x 20; Yellow/brown on white
Steppenwolf/Charley Musselwhite/The 4th Way Indian Head Band at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, April 19-21, 1968
14 x 21; Full color
Youngbloods Kaleidoscope Hourglass at Avalon Ballroom; San Francisco, May 24-26, 1968
Orange, yellow, brown, blue on white
Grateful Dead at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, November 4-5, 1966
14 x 20; Red/green on white
Revista Maryknoll, October 14, 1982
Benefit Suppers for migrant children; features lyrics by Rank and File; 9 x 15; B/W
Ad for Mother's Oats Comix, undated
2 copies; 12 x 16; Rainbow font
Steve Jordan, undated
2 copies; 11 x 13; B/W on blue
Abstract Photo, undated
14 x 17; Black/green
Fug/Ace of Cups/and others at Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, April 12-14, 1968
Easter Concert (2 copies); 14 x 22; Full color
"Thank You Soap Creek Saloon" with many signatures, undated
14 x 17; Multicolored ink on white
The Hormel Institute of Germinal Choice, undated
22 x 28; Blue/yellow
Oversized Posters
Artists identified
Kerry Awn
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OD1223d 5th Annual George Majewski Look-Alike Contest at Soap Creek, 1979
2 copies; 20 x 26; Black on silver
Doug Sahm at Soap Creek, 1974
Groovers; 23 x 24; B/W, red on white
Battle of Bands: Sons of Uranium Savages vs. Marsh Mongrels at Austin Ritz, 1974
1936 science fiction movie showing; 19 x 25; B/W
Tony Bell (See also under Gilbert Shelton)
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OD1223d Lightnin' Hopkins Conqueroo at The Vulcan Gas Company, undated
20 x 24; Rainbow font
S. Books
folder
OD1223d Willie Nelson 8th Annual July 4th Picnic at Pedernales Country Club, 1980
Presented by Lone Star Beer; 18 x 20; Full color
Bryan
folder
OD1223d Indian Summer Reunion, October 19-20, 1974
A gathering of underground explorers; 19 x 25; Black on orange
Jim Franklin
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OD1223d Kaleidoscopic/Shiva's Headband at The Vulcan Gas Company, October 17-19, 1968
10 x 10 poster glued to surface of larger poster; 24 x 24; Pink on blue; brown/yellow on tan
Aqua Festival - Beach Buggie Grand Prix at E. 1st at 183, Austin, Texas, July 26, 1969
20 x 26; Rainbow font (blue/red/black on white)
Ramon Ramon and the Four Daddyo's/Texas Rangers/Water Brothers at The Vulcan Gas Company, October 10-11, 1969
B/W; 20 x 25
Ad for Lone Star Beer, 1974
No. 1 in series, "Tribute to Long Neck Bottles" (2 copies); 21 x 32; Full color
Christmas ad for Lone Star Beer, 1974
No. 2 (?) in series, "Tribute to Long Neck Bottles" (2 copies); 24 x 32; Full color
Ad for Lone Star Beer, "Schooner in a Long Neck", 1975
No. 3 in series, "Tribute to Long Neck Bottles"; 24 x 31; Full color
Danny Garrett
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OD1223d Willie Nelson's 2nd Annual July 4th Picnic at College Station, July 4-6, 1974
List of featured musicians; 23 x 35; Red, blue, yellow on white
Willie Nelson's 7th Annual July 4th Picnic at Austin, July 4, 1979
Featuring Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, Ernest Tubb (2 copies); 18 x 28; Full color
G. N. Hancock
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OD1223d Surrealistic image, 1974
Smudges at top center; 17 x 25; B/W
Tom Hefter II
folder
OD1223d Pen and ink drawing of Soap Creek Saloon, 1978
20 x 30; B/W
Micael Priest
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OD1223d Ad for Moon - Hill Management, 1973
Features list of musician clients; 22 x 23; B/W
Pen and Ink drawing of pastoral scenes, undated
20 x 30; B/W
Augie's Western Music Company, undated
Cowboy holding guitar, astride horse; 24 x 24; B/W
Calendar, 1980
Bordered with Texas, wildflowers, and descriptions; 22 x 34; Full color
The Blasters, undated
Autographed; 24 x 24; Red/blue/ B/W
Eugene McCarthy for President, 1968
22 x 35; B/W
The Nighthawks, undated
24 x 37; Color

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Sound Recordings, 1974-1985

Scope and Contents
Music recordings: 11 audio tapes, 44 phonodiscs, 4 videotapes
Commercial music recordings collected by Soap Creek Saloon owner George Majewski and his wife Carlyne Majer, owner of ATS Management, a personal management agency for musicians. Includes phonodiscs and tapes of rock, country, jazz, and folk musical groups.
Arrangement
Arranged by type of medium, then by artists' names.
Conditions Governing Access
Consult sound archivist for appointment
OCLC Number
23835008
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4Ja60 [SRH1230032658] Phonodiscs
45 rpm singles
Andy, John, 1981
Argo, Judy, 1979
Asleep at the Wheel, (2), 1974
Baxter, Baxter, and Baxter, 1980
Ben-Isaac, J., 1976
Brains, undated
Crow, Alvin, undated
Campi, Ray, (3), undated
Daulphins, 1980
Deep Heat, undated
Denim, undated
(2 dups.)
Earl, Bobby, undated
(3 dups.)
Earwood, Mundo, undated
Edwards, Stoney, 1978
Hall, Roy, 1980
Hearne, Bill and Bonnie, 1976
Holmes, Monty, 1979
Howlers, undated
Little Imo, 1977
Lone Justice, 1985
Price, Billy, undated
Radiators, 1980
Reynolds Sisters, 1976
Sahm, Doug, 1974, 1976
Skunks, 1979
Sir Douglas Quintet, undated
Smith, Bobby Earl, undated
Talewind, undated
Talley, James, 1976
Tennessee Pulleybone, 1974, 1976
Weller, Freddy, 1978
West, Rick, 1981
Willie and the Bumblebees, 1979
33 rpm single
Orion, undated
LP/EP
Fort Worth Cats, 1979
Henderson, Chuck, 1978
Lone Justice, (2), 1985
Audio Tapes
Artist unknown, 7-inch demo tape, undated
Audiocassettes
Ball, Marcia, undated
(5 dups.)
Cartoons, undated
Condition Red, undated
(3 dups.)
Dixon, Willie, undated
Falcons, undated
Johnson, Eric, undated
Mercurys, undated
Perkoff, David, undated
Plimsouls, undated
Right Kind/Ultimate Force, undated

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