Dorothy Maynor, September 3, 1910 – February 19, 1996, was an American soprano, concert singer, and the founder of the Harlem School of the Arts.
A great Harlem collectible signed by legendary Dorothy Maynor (founder of The Harlem School of the Arts) in (not so) dark pencil from an event on April 3rd, 1948 at Continue Reading →
This is a “One of the Finest Soprano Voices Of Our Time” original Harlem collectible from 1948 campaign ad. It’s a beautifully designed black and white booking ad for Harlemite and soprano Continue Reading →
A rare flyer signed by Dorothy Maynor, founder of The Harlem School of the Arts in Harlem, New York in a dark pencil signature in 1948.
The $9.5 million dollar renovation of the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA), underwritten by legendary musician/philanthropist Herb Alpert and the Herb Alpert Foundation, has been completed.
For more than a half-century, the Harlem School of the Arts has built a reputation as one of the most respected, multidisciplinary cultural institutions in New York City.
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