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Meeting with Mosaic Templars Museum
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Julie, Brian (Arkansas Mosaic Templars Collector and Curator) and Petrella

July 2013 Petrella hosted Julie and Brian, Collector and Curator for the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, located at 501 W. 9th Street in Little Rock, AR and presented them with over 600 items representing different aspects of her 25 year career in the Country Music Business.  This meeting was the start of gifting her memorabelia to museums and historical commissions across the U.S.   

Meeting with Arkansas History Commission
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Tatyana Oyinloye (African American History Coordinator), Jane Wilkerson (Archival Manager), Petrella

Petrella's Home State Arkansas History Commission Archives Memorabilia

December 2013 Petrella met with Tatyana Oyinloye (African American History Coordinator), Jane Wilkerson (Archival Manager) and Jeff Lewellen (Archivist, Music) with the Arkansas History Commission and presented them with family and Hot Springs, AR memorabeilia along with items from her career in country music.  The Arkansas History Commission web site is www.ark-ives.com and they are located at One Capitol Mall, Little Rock, AR. Material is available for research and viewing.

Meeting with Country Music Hall of Fame
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Mick Buck, Curator, Petrella and John Rumble, HIstorian

March 2014 Petrella travelled to the Country Music Hall of Fame to present to John Rumble, Hisotrian and Mick Buck, Curator item from her 25 year career for archiving.  This fulfilled a promise she had made to John Rumble 25 years ago.  The numerous items including print, early demoes, awards, CDs, videos and wardrobe are available for viewing at the Country Music Hall of Fame, located at 222 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN/

In May 2014 with the help of Los Angeles Music Attorney Ken Davidson, Petrella found a home for her master recordings as well as other items for archival at the University of Indiana, Archives of African American Music and Culture.  Their web site is http://www.indiana.edu/~aaamc/ and the are located on the Campus of the University of Indiana at 2805 E. Tenth St., Suite 180-181, Bloomington, IN. 

Visit Bloomington, IN home of Archives of African American Music and Culture Indiana University