From the Scout report:

Hogan Jazz Archive
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Tulane University's Hogan Jazz Archives describes itself as, "the 
leading research center for the study of New Orleans jazz and related 
musical genres, including New Orleans ragtime, gospel, blues, rhythm and 
blues, and Creole songs." Fortunately for music researchers and jazz 
fans who can't make the trip to New Orleans, the archive has digitized a 
number of its holdings. For example, in the oral histories section, 
visitors will find a link to Tulane's Music Rising website, which 
contains dozens of interview recordings accompanied by transcripts. 
Additionally, visitors will find a large collection of sheet music in 
the music scores section. Jazz fans may also want to check out current 
and past issues of the /Jazz Archivist/, the archive's official 
publication. This publication offers the stories behind archival items, 
providing additional insight into American jazz history.


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