The Belfer Audio Archive at Syracuse University might be interested. Unfortunately, I'm not sure who to suggest contacting there at this time.
Librarian, Local History and Genealogy Division Rochester Public Library
MLIS, Syracuse University 2015
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Country LP Collection Offered
I would think the Country Music Hall of Fame would want this; although they
may have every thing which is in the collection there in Nashville.
The other group would be the collection of Popular Music at Bowling Green
I'm sure there are others I've forgotten about.
Paaul T. Jackson
Steilacoom, WA 98338
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On Fri, Mar 20, 2020, 10:57 AM Paul Fischer <[log in to unmask] wrote:
> Apologies in advance for the commercial dimension of this post.
> Is there an audio collection interested in becoming a first-rate Country
> depository overnight?
> FOR SALE: The Paul Eckhart Collection. 5200 piece Country LP collection
> with a significant number of autographed items.
> Mr. Eckhart was a CPA who attended Nashville's Grand Ole Opry EVERY
> weekend for forty-two years. He had his own parking space, a special seat
> and access to the stars like few civilians ever have. The collection has
> been kept in a dimly lit, climate controlled room in a non-smoking house,
> in custom built glass-fronted barrister bookcases (also for sale). I am
> representing the family on this and will be happy to answer any questions;
> here, by email ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)
> or, by phone. My cell number is six-one-five (that's the U.S. area code),
> nine-three-nine, (wash your hands) two-oh-four-five. The location is
> Nashville, TN. If you have interest in a reference level Country
> collection, let's talk.
> Paul D. Fischer, Ph.D.