Allan Sly and Norman B. Weston

There are 2 updated finding aids on the Private Collections Finding Aids page:

Allan Sly Papers, 1936 – 1973
Pianist and composer Allan Bernard Sly taught music at Black Mountain College from 1935-1939. Black Mountain College was an experimental school located in Black Mountain, N.C. Allan Sly’s papers include audiotapes of commentary by Sly about his experiences at Black Mountain College, two essays by Sly concerning music and the college, and a dissertation by Anna M. Hines about music at Black Mountain. (9 items, including 256 page dissertation, 2 essays, 2 photocopied letters, 3 audiotapes, 1 manuscript )

Norman B. Weston Collection, 1927-1985
Norman Betts Weston (1913-2000) and Anne Howard Chapin (1913-1992) were students at Black Mountain College (Black Mountain, North Carolina) from 1933-1938 and were married in January, 1935. The majority of the collection is made up of photographs and printed matter collected by Mr. and Mrs. Weston while students at Black Mountain, however a significant element in the collection relates to Josef and Anni Albers during their post-Black Mountain College period. (76 items)