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List of Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture

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Collections are listed alphabetically by the first word in the collection title.

Collections A-D

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Title: A Comparative Study of German and Kentucky Moon Beliefs by Katherine Rosser Martin
Description: Thesis (M.A.), 1974--Western Kentucky University
AFC Number: AFC 1979/014
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659969

Title: A Discography of Mississippi Negro Vocal Blues, Gospel, and Folk Music by Doxie Kent Williford
Description: MLS Thesis: University of Mississippi, August 1968. 89 pages.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/028
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655426

Title: A Fiddlers Compendium by Guthrie T. Meade
Description: Draft copy of A Fiddlers Compendium. A discography of fiddlers recorded from the 1920s to early 1940s on published, unissued, and archival sound recordings, including fiddlers recorded by the Archive of Folk Culture. Typescript (photocopy), undated (ca. 1980), unpaginated (331 leaves).
AFC Number: AFC 1982/013
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659957

Title: "A Folk Music Portrait of Elvis Presley"
Description: Radio broadcast on WFUV-FM New York, May 1978. Documents traditional aspects of Presley's life and musical performance.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19879-19880

Title: A Henry Reed Reunion / Alan Jabbour
Description: Sound recording titled "A Henry Reed Reunion" featuring Alan Jabbour (fiddle), James Reed (guitar), and Bertram Levy (banjo). "An elegant collection of 19th and early 20th century fiddle tunes from the legendary Henry Reed."
AFC Number: AFC 2002/006
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004594769

Title: A Prairie Home Companion Folk Song Book Collection
Description: Approximately 4.5 linear feet of manuscript materials, containing files generated during the production of the book A Prairie Home Companion Folk Song Book, by Marcia and Jon Pankake. The materials include lyrics and transcriptions sent in from various sources. The book was published in 1988.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/030

Title: A Prairie Home Companion Folk Song Book Presentation Collection
Description: This program consisted of a concert of folksongs taken from A Prairie Home Companion Folk Song Book, performed by Marcia and Jon Pankake, and a presentation of the book to the Library of Congress by Michael Jacobs of Viking Penguin, Inc. Recorded in the Whittall Pavilion of the Library of Congress by Mike Donaldson, Beverly Palau, and Laura Ammons on January 10, 1989.
AFC Number: AFC 1989/001

Title: A Preliminary Classification System for Hollers in the United States by Peter Bartis
Description: M.A. Thesis: University of North Carolina
AFC Number: AFC 1993/008
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655430

Title: A Stitch in Time: African American Quilters of Oakland
Description: Half-hour television special on African American quilts and quiltmakers from Oakland, California. Broadcast on KGO-TV, channel 7, San Francisco, on Jan. 20, 1991, 6:30 p.m. Includes interviews with Maya Angelou and Niki Giovanni, as well as quilters Charles Cater, Willie Ette Graham, and Bettie Phillips.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/010

Title: A Study of Folksinging in a Mass Society / by Arlene Esther Kaplan
Description: M.A. Thesis: University of California, October 18, 1954. 89 pgs.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/030
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655420

Title: A Study of the Newport Folk Festival and the Newport Folk Foundation / by Cheryl Anne Brauner
Description: History of the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, Rhode Island from 1959 to 1969, based on interviews and archival sources, it includes anecdotes about the performers. Typescript (photocopy). Thesis (M.A.)--Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1983. Bibliography: p. 213-240; discography: p. 261-266.
AFC Number: AFC 1983/023
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659961

Title: A Survey of Traditional Systems of Boat Design Used in the Vicinity of Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and
Hardangerfjord, Norway / David Alan Taylor
Description: Ph.D. dissertation on traditional boat design and boatbuilding, entitled "A Survey of Traditional Systems of Boat Design Used in the Vicinity of Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, and Hardangerfjord, Norway." David Taylor submitted the dissertation in 1989 to Memorial University of Newfoundland's Department of Folklore.
AFC Number: AFC 1995/014
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700210

Title: A Syllabus of the Ballad Collection of Edwin Ford Piper / by Harold Daniel Peterson
Description: M.A. Thesis: State University of Iowa, June 1934. 170 pgs.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/035
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655433

Title: A.F. Sisson / Ozark Mountaineers Recordings Collection
Description: One 7-inch tape of 25 songs sung with guitar and harmonica by "The Ozark Mountaineers" (Almus D. Sisson and Harold D. Sisson), originally of Mountain View, Arkansas. Recorded in Portland, Oregon, after 1942.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12096

Title: A.F. Sisson / Songs from Arkansas
Description: One 5-inch tapes of "Come All You Missouri Gals" and "Coming to Arkansas," sung by Albert F. Sisson of Avondale, Maryland. Recorded in April of 1973 by Albert Sisson, formerly of Mountain View, Arkansas.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/014
AFS Number: AFS 15600

Title: A.F.R. Lawrence / Prof. John Powell "Folk Music of South" Radio Broadcast Collection
Description: One 7-inch tape of "Folk Music of the South no. 3," radio program of Virginia ballads and fiddle tunes directed and narrated by Prof. John Powell, broadcast March 7, 1934, at WRVA, Richmond, Virginia, over NBC Red Network.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13050

Title: A.F.R. Lawrence / Radio Programs
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of songs and stories sung and spoken at a meeting of the West Virginia Folklore Society at Fairmont State College, Fairmont, West Virginia. Duplicated from discs of the radio program "Campus Highlights" donated by A. F. R. Lawrence. The collection includes two pages of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/029
AFS Number: AFS 17444-17445

Title: A.H. Stoddard Collection of Gullah Recordings
Description: Twelve discs of Gullah dialect tales spoken by A. H. Stoddard originally of Daufuskie Island, South Carolina. Recorded by Herman Norwood at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC, June 23, 1949. [Much of this collection has been issued on Library of Congress LPs and cassettes edited by Duncan Emrich, AFS L44-L46 Animal Tales Told in the Gullah Dialect.]
AFC Number: AFC 1950/019
AFS Number: AFS 9888-9899
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655361

Title: A.L. Lloyd / Songs of the Durham Miners
Description: Songs of the Durham Miners. Recorded at Birtley, County Durham, England, by A. L. Lloyd, August 19, 1963.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13471

Title: A.S. Hayes Telling of Freeman Crowell's Trial in Oklahoma
Description: Three 5-inch tapes of A. S. Hayes, telling of Freeman Crowell's trial in Oklahoma.
AFC Number: AFC 1957/011
AFS Number: AFS 11313-11315

Title: Aaron M. Greenberg Recording of Hebrew Chants and Prayers
Description: One 10-inch tape of Hebrew chants and prayers performed by Cantor Aaron M. Greenberg of Jersey City, New Jersey. Chants were learned in Galicia, southern Poland. Recorded at the Library of Congress by Hermond Norwood, December 28, 1950. The collection includes two pages of content lists.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/015
AFS Number: AFS 10085
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655390

Title: Aaron Ziegelman Foundation Collection
Description: Twenty-five linear feet of manuscripts, more than 2000 photographs, 276 videos, 160 sound recordings, and 20 artifacts from the Luboml Exhibition Project. In 1994, the Aaron Ziegelman Foundation initiated the Luboml Exhibition Project to preserve the history and the memory of his birthplace, Luboml, a shtetl (market town) in Poland, whose Jewish community was destroyed in World War II. (Luboml, Libivne in Yiddish, is now within the national borders of Ukraine.) The Foundation collected photographs, letters, maps, posters, artifacts, and oral histories from more than 100 families and archives around the world. The material was then used in a traveling exhibition, Remembering Luboml: Images of a Jewish Community, that focused on the every day lives of the Luboml Jews.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/002

Title: Abraham A. Schwadron "Chad Gadya" Collection
Description: Sixteen 7-inch tapes of field recordings of over 160 versions of the Passover song "Chad Gadya" (One Kid), recorded in various parts of the United States and the world. Compiled by musicologist Abraham Schwadron, between 1973-1985, during his time at University of California Los Angeles. The collection includes one linear foot of background research, correspondence, indexes, informant information, logs, publicity, one box of index cards, four black-and-white photographs, and writings by Schwadron.
AFC Number: AFC 1988/026
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695176

Title: Abraham Pinto Recordings of Sephardic Jewish and Berber Music in Morocco
Description: Twelve 10-inch tapes of Sephardic Jewish liturgical music of the synagogues of Tangier, Tetuan and Gibraltar; one reel performed by Rabbi David Buzaglo; and several tracks of Berber music performed by eighteen males and females from the Draa Valley. Recorded in Tangier, Morocco, by Abraham Pinto, 1966. The collection includes 48 pages of correspondence, logs, notes, and Hebrew documentation.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/038
AFS Number: AFS 14280-14291
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655305

Title: Acadian Folksongs from Louisiana sung by John Dubois
Description: One 7-inch tape of Acadian folk songs sung by John DuBois of Kaplan, Louisiana. Recorded in Washington, D.C. at the Library of Congress, 1956. The collection includes three pages of notes and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1956/004
AFS Number: AFS 10942

Title: Ada Charlton Collection of Haida Songs and Stories
Description: Three 7-inch tapes of Haida songs and stories sung by Nana Sly Morrison and spoken by Mrs. Lydia Charles. Recorded in Hydaburg, Alaska, in 1963.
AFC Number: AFC 1964/004
AFS Number: AFS 12076-12078
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655270

Title: Adelaide de Menil Men's Lives Project Collection
Description: This collection was produced as part of the "Men's Lives" project, sponsored by Adelaide de Menil and The Rock Foundation, to document the history and occupational culture of a small fishing community of surfmen and baymen on the East End of Long Island, New York. Other products of this project include the book Men's Lives by Peter Matthiessen (New York: Random House, 1986; plus two other editions), extensive documentary photography of Long Island fishermen and their families by a team of prominent documentary photographers, and a photographic exhibition derived from the documentary coverage. Prints of the documentary images have been donated to the Library of Congress's Prints & Photographs Division. The collection consists of 122 audiocassettes of interviews conducted on Long Island between 1981 and 1985 by folklorist John Eilertsen and unnamed others. 3,025 file cards are enclosed, on which are typed subject indices, interview excerpts, and addresses of informants. In an accompanying file folder are housed the following publications: "Marine Educational Leaflet No. 11," which discusses the Gulf menhaden fish; one copy of the January/February 1988 issue of "Clearwater Navigator" magazine; 13 issues of the East Hampton Baymen's Association newsletter (which changes its title several times), spanning the period 1974 to 1978; and one copy of "The Suffolk Historian," volume 7, number 1. These are all trade periodicals of no more than 16 pages in length. The interviews contained on the cassettes range from discussions of home movies, net mending, and swordfishing, to a town council meeting on bass fishing. Three short typescript articles by Rick Rofihe, which report on the Long Island community this project documents, are included in the file containing the correspondence with the donor. 6 manuscript boxes of transcripts of the interviews.
AFC Number: AFC 1998/015

Title: AFC 10th Anniversary Week Collection
Description: Activities of May 21 and 22, 1986 relative to the 10th Anniversary of the authorization of the American Folklife Center. Folder 1: Inventory; Fldr 2: PL94-201; Fldr 3: Publicity; Fldr 4: Symposium announcement, invitations; Fldr 5: Symposium participants; Fldr 6: Contracts, arrangements; Fldr 7: Symposium schedule; Fldr 8: Reception Invitation; Fldr 9: Reception arrangements; Fldr 10: Party--Neptune Plaza; Fldr 11: Alan Jabbour's draft remarks; Fldr 12: Correspondence; Fldr 13: Memos; Fldr 14: Expenses; Fldr 15: Tape recordings.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/003
AFS Number: AFS 26220-26225

Title: African Patterns in Trinidad Negro Music by Richard Alan Waterman
Description: Dissertation: Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University, May 1943. 227 pages.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/021
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655390

Title: African Studies Collection, 1972
Description: Ten 5-inch tapes of selections from _African Studies Collection_ a tape-slide series recorded and photographed by George J. Volger, produced by Imperial International Learning Corporation. Contents: Music of Ethiopia -- Timkat ceremonies; history of the Coptic Church; Rock-hewn churches of Lalibela; Masai and Kikuyu music; African music and musical instruments (2 parts); Bantu music; Zulu music; Musical instruments; Native musical compositions. Includes an interview with Hugh Tracey.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/010
AFS Number: AFS 15577-15586
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700231

Title: Agnes Bellinger Tlingit Collection
Description: Two videocassettes of Tlingit Indian dance, music, and narratives, featuring the Eagle-Raven Dancers of Juneau, Alaska, and a lecture given by Agnes Bellinger on Tlingit cultural customs. The collection also includes an accompanying booklet entitled Tracks Along the Beach: Tales of the Raven, which documents seven stories about the Raven, the Tlingit creator-hero.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/017
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695175

Title: Alabama Folk Songs by Ray B. Browne
Description: Ph.D. Dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, April 1956.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/028
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655422

Title: Alan and Elizabeth Lomax Kentucky Collection
Description: Two hundred twenty-eight 12-inch discs of songs and instrumentals recorded in eastern Kentucky by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, September and October 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/001
AFS Number: AFS 1374-1601
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700304

Title: Alan Chartock Interview With Pete Seeger Collection
Description: Interview of Pete Seeger made by Alan Chartock for WAMC radio in 2003.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/014
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700239

Title: Alan Govenar / "Portraits of Community: The Texas African-American Photography Collection"
Description: One video recordings of a lecture titled "Portraits of Community: The Texas African-American Photography Collection" delivered at the Library of Congress by Alan Govenar, September 27, 1996.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/084

Title: Alan Jabbour / "Future of America Folklore Studies" Lecture Collection
Description: Fifth lecture in the Indiana University series, "The Future of American Folklore Studies," given at Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana, on April 13, 1982. Introduced by Linda Degh.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/017

Title: Alan Jabbour / 1977 Winterthur Conference Collection
Description: One audiocassette of a lecture given by Alan Jabbour, Director of the American Folklife Center, entitled "Folklife and Creative Federalism." Recorded at the Conference on American Folk Art held at the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum near Wilmington, Delaware, November 10-12, 1977.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22196

Title: Alan Jabbour / All Things Considered Collection
Description: Alan Jabbour discusses the activities of the American Folklife Center and the Archive of Folk Culture in an interview conducted by Susan Stamberg and broadcast on the National Public Radio program "All Things Considered" on May 22, 1986. Interview conducted on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the American Folklife Center. Recorded from the broadcast by Dorothy Sara Lee.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 24259

Title: Alan Jabbour / American Folklore Society Centennial Interviews
Description: On tape: Interview with Alan Jabbour, president of the American Folklore Society, on "The Folk Heritage." Conducted by Dick Pleasants for radio station WGBH/Boston, October 22, 1988. Clipping: article on American Folklore Society centennial, Boston Globe, October 29, 1988, pp. 9-10
AFC Number: AFC 1989/006

Title: Alan Jabbour / Ed McDermott Recordings
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of an interview and nineteen instrumentals played on fiddle by Ed McDermott, who immigrated to New York City from County Leitrim, Ireland, in 1915. Recorded in Washington, D.C., by Alan Jabbour, October 4, 1970. The collection includes six pages of song lists and notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14270-14271

Title: Alan Jabbour / Ed McDermott Recordings
Description: One 10-inch tape of an interview and 23 instrumentals played on fiddle by Ed McDermott, who immigrated to New York City from County Leitrim, Ireland, in 1915. Recorded in Washington, D.C., at the Library of Congress in Coolidge Auditorium, by Gary A. Henderson, John E. Howell, and Alan Jabbour, October 5, 1970. The collection includes two pages of song lists and notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14272

Title: Alan Jabbour / Hammons Family Recordings
Description: Eight 7-inch tapes of instrumentals and stories performed on fiddle and spoken by Burl Hammons and Jesse James Hammons, and songs sung by Maggie Hammons Parker. Recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Alan Jabbour, September 5-21, 1970. The collection includes a four-page list.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14258-14265

Title: Alan Jabbour / Hammons Family Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape of instrumentals and songs performed with fiddle and fiddlesticks and sung by Burl Hammons and Maggie Hammons Parker. Recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Alan Jabbour, May 14, 1978. The collection includes a photocopy of the tape box and a one-page list.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19459

Title: Alan Jabbour / Tommy Jarrell Film Collection
Description: Film of Tommy Jarrell, recorded by Alan Jabbour on his 1971 field trip.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/022

Title: Alan Jabbour / University of Mississippi Concert-Lecture Collection
Description: One audiocassette of a concert Lecture (with fiddle) by Alan Jabbour, on April 22, 1985, for the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi, Oxford.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/012

Title: Alan Jabbour and Carl Fleischhauer / Burl Hammons and Maggie Hammons Parker Recordings
Description: Twelve 7-inch tapes of instrumentals, legends, riddles, songs, and stories performed on fiddle, spoken, and sung by Burl Hammons and Maggie Hammons Parker. Recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Carl Fleischhauer and Alan Jabbour, April 23-25, 1972. The collection includes a 4-page list.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/014
AFS Number: AFS 14722-14733

Title: Alan Jabbour and Carl Fleischhauer / Hammons Family
Description: Five 7-inch tapes of instrumentals, songs, and stories performed on fiddle, spoken, and sung by members of the Hammons family. Recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Carl Fleischhauer and Alan Jabbour, April 21-22, 1973. The collection includes a two-page list.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/008
AFS Number: AFS 15566-15570

Title: Alan Jabbour and Louis Watson Chappell / Edden Hammons Collection
Description: Three cassettes of instrumentals and interviews performed on fiddle and guitar and spoken by Edden and James Hammons. Originally recorded on discs in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Louis Watson Chappell, August 14-23, 1947. The collection includes one linear inch of manuscripts, and was donated by John A. Cuthbert of West Virginia University. Titled "The Edden Hammons" Collection" Sound Archives 001, West Virginia Univ. Press, Morgantown, West Virginia). Includes full biographical and musicological notes by John A. Cuthbert and Alan Jabbour. More is provided by John A. Cuthbert, ed., _West Virginia Folk Music: a descriptive guide to field recordings in the West Virginia and regional history collection_, n.p.: West VA Univ. Press, 1982.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 27061-27063

Title: Alan Jabbour and Tom Carter / Virginia Field Recording Project
Description: Six 7-inch tapes including Munford ("Doc") Williams (harmonica) of Stuart, Virginia; tape dubs of instantaneous discs (recorded 1945 and 1949 from an unknown source) of J. W. Spangler and O. S. Spangler (fiddle), Maggie Wood, (guitar and vocal) from around Meadows of Dan, Virginia ; and Sherman Wimmer, fiddle, Boones Mille, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, July 31-August 2, 1973.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/020
AFS Number: AFS 15652-15657

Title: Alan Jabbour Collection of Fiddle Tunes by Earl Hafler
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of fiddle tunes played by Earl Hafler, accompanied by his son Earl on guitar. Recorded at Hafler's home in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, by Alan Jabbour, September 25, 1970.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/012
AFS Number: AFS 14266-14267
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655201

Title: Alan Jabbour Duplication Project
Description: Seven 10-inch tapes of instrumentals performed on banjo, fiddle, guitar, and hammered dulcimer. Recorded in North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia by Alan Jabbour, October 2, 1965 April 1, 1967. The collection includes one linear inch of logs.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13031-13037

Title: Alan Jabbour Duplication Project [continuation]
Description: Seven 10-inch tapes of instrumentals and songs performed with banjo, fiddle, and guitar. Recorded in North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia by Alan Jabbour, May 6, 1967 June 22, 1968. The collection includes one-half linear inch of logs.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13703-13709

Title: Alan Jabbour Duplication Project, Part III
Description: Six 10-inch reels of tape of white fiddle and banjo tunes from Virginia and North Carolina, and black Baptist church services from Durham. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, 1967-1968.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14292-14297

Title: Alan Jabbour Interview Conducted by Carl Fleischhauer
Description: Interview of Alan Jabbour, former director of the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress conducted by Carl Fleischhauer, July 7, 2003.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/012
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655308

Title: Alan Jabbour Interview with James Madison Carpenter
Description: Interview with James Madison Carpenter about his life and his collecting experiences in England and Scotland. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, Booneville, Mississippi, May 27, 1972.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/001: SR421
AFS Number: AFS 14762-14765

Title: Alan Jabbour Recordings of Burl Hammons and Maggie Hammons Parker
Description: Eight 7-inch tapes of instrumentals, narratives, poems, and songs performed with banjo and fiddle, spoken, and sung by Burl Hammons and Maggie Hammons Parker. Recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Alan Jabbour, March 20-22, 1970. The collection includes a 4-page list.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/011
AFS Number: AFS 14460-14467
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655221

Title: Alan Jabbour Recordings of Jehile Kirkhuff and John Vesey
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of Irish fiddle tunes performed by John Vesey recorded in Glenolden, Pennsylvania, August 7, 1970; and 7 5-inch tapes of fiddle tunes performed by Jehile Kirkhuff recorded near Rush, Pennsylvania, August 8, 1970. Recorded by Alan Jabbour.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/044
AFS Number: AFS 14223-14231
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655209

Title: Alan Jabbour West Virginia Recording Project
Description: Four 7-inch tapes of instrumentals performed on banjo and fiddle by William Moses "Mose" Coffman recorded in Lewisburg, West Virginia; and instrumentals and songs performed with banjo and sung by members of the Hammons family, recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Alan Jabbour, August 5-7, 1972. The collection includes a 2-page list.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/032
AFS Number: AFS 15084-15087

Title: Alan Lomax / "Cantometrics" Collection
Description: Instruction for Alan Lomax's book, _Cantometrics: A Handbook and Training Method_ (Berkeley: Extension Media Center, University of California, 1976; ML3798.L65). Contains excerpts from field and commercial recordings of a variety of singing styles, with and without instrumental accompaniment, recorded throughout the world by various collectors, and which are used to illustrate the ways aspects of song performances are handled in different cultures. Specific documentation can be found in Chapter 4 and Appendix 3 of the book.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22430-22439

Title: Alan Lomax / Louisa Butler Lullaby Collection
Description: One cassette of a lullaby with commentary sung and spoken by Louisa Butler of Detroit, Michigan. The commentary includes an explanation of how Butler learned the lullaby from her aunt, Grace Evans of Waynesville, Ohio. Recorded by Alan Lomax, February 27, 1978. The collection includes three pages of notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22608

Title: Alan Lomax 1938 Library of Congress Sessions Collection
Description: Twenty-two 12-inch discs of songs performed by Barbara Bell, Ernest Bourne, W.C. Handy, Alan Lomax, Bess Brown Lomax, the Resettlement Administration Singers, the Rindlisbacher Lumberjack Group, Earl Robinson, the Skyline Farm Singers, and Blaine Stubblefield. Recorded primarily in Washington, D.C., at the Library of Congress, by Alan Lomax, 1937-38. The collection includes 8 pages of notes. Also includes recordings made in Chevy Chase, Maryland, of Charles Seeger, Leverett S. Lyon, Margaret Valiant, Adrian Dornbush, Grete Franke, Ruth Crawford, Bess Brown Lomax, Edward T. Calhoun, Richard Kenah, Martha Peacock, John B. Vance [chief librarian of the LC Law Library], and Tannis Tugwell.
AFC Number: AFC 1938/011
AFS Number: AFS 1616-1637
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655454

Title: Alan Lomax and Elizabeth Lomax Photographs of Texas and Mexico, 1941
Description: Sixty-seven black-and-white images made by Alan Lomax and Elizabeth Lomax in Comanche County, Texas, and in Mexico, May and June 1941. Subjects in Texas include: African American men; horses, automobiles, dogs, landscapes, and Elizabeth Lomax; a hot tamale vendor in a mule-drawn cart in San Marcos, Texas; Anglo-American men and women, houses, porches, mules, and a tractor. Photographs taken in Mexico include landscapes (including mountains, hills, roads, towns); Mexican men, women, and children; an ox-drawn cart; and houses with thatched roofs.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/037
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655336

Title: Alan Lomax and George Pullen Jackson Collection of Sacred Harp Music
Description: Twenty-eight 12-inch discs of of Sacred Harp singing (hymns, fuguing pieces, and anthems) recorded in Alabama by Alan Lomax in collaboration with George Pullen Jackson, August 1942. The collection includes logs and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/004
AFS Number: AFS 6691-6718A1
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700229

Title: Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders Recordings from New Hampshire and Vermont
Description: Seventy-seven 12-inch discs of folk songs, ballads, fiddle tunes, and narratives, recorded in New Hampshire and Vermont by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939. The collection includes 14 pages of correspondence and a list of songs.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/020
AFS Number: AFS 3684-3761
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655457

Title: Alan Lomax and Jerome Wiesner Recordings of Hobart Ricker
Description: Two 12-inch discs of recordings of Hobart Ricker playing the 5-string banjo. Alan Lomax and Jerome Wiesner, recordists. Recorded in the Archive of American Folk-Song, July 1940.
AFC Number: AFC 1940/012
AFS Number: AFS 3903-3904; 3909
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655319

Title: Alan Lomax and Kay Dealy Miscellaneous Recordings
Description: Ten 12-inch discs of 24 songs sung by Jennie Devlin, Kay Dealy, Francis Sullivan, and Alan Lomax, and others. Recorded in Gloucester, New Jersey, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C, by Alan Lomax and Kay Dealey, June 1938. Recordings made by Alan Lomax and Kay Dealy of Francis Sullivan, Will Geer, Burl Ives, and the Bryn Mawr summer labor college, recorded in Washington, DC in June (and July?), 1938.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 1768-1771

Title: Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle Collection
Description: Fifteen 10-inch discs of songs sung by Jim Garland, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gelder, Aunt Molly Jackson, and Sarah Ogan. Recorded in New York City by Alan Lomax, November 13, 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1938/008
AFS Number: AFS 1939-1950A2; 1951-1953
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655411

Title: Alan Lomax and Pete Seeger Recordings of the Bog Trotters
Description: Recorded by Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax in Galax and Roanoke, Virginia, from the members of the Bog Trotters band, Jan. 7 -9, 1939.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/024
AFS Number: AFS 3762-3768

Title: Alan Lomax CBS Radio Series Collection
Description: Four 16-inch discs of the CBS American School of the air rehearsal, 1945. Includes: Tom Scott, folksongs.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/002 [part of]
AFS Number: AFS 14028-14031

Title: Alan Lomax CBS Radio Series Collection, 1939-1941
Description: Recordings and manuscript materials connected with his participation in the "CBS American School of the Air," which was broadcast from 1939-41. Programs were aired weekly and were based on themes such as work songs, railroad songs, whaling ballads, game songs, and play-party songs. Among featured performers were: The Bogtrotters, The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, Woody Guthrie, Burl Ives, Aunt Molly Jackson, Huddie (Leadbelly) Leadbetter, Alan Lomax, Pete Seeger, and Joshua (Josh) White. Much of the collection's correspondence is from listeners requesting that particular songs be sung during the show. Many songs submitted by listeners were later sung on the show either by Lomax or by the listeners who submitted them.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/002
AFS Number: AFS 4491-I-4524; AFS 13488-13501
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700249

Title: Alan Lomax Collection
Description: Eight hundred forty-five linear feet (appx. 150 linear feet manuscripts; 10,000 sound recordings; 5,500 graphic images; 6,000 moving images) of material created and collected by Alan Lomax and others in their work documenting song, music, dance, and body movement from many cultures. Includes field recordings and photographs Lomax made in the Bahamas, the Caribbean, England, France, Georgia, Haiti, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Spain, the United States, and Wales, 1930s-2004.
AFC Number: AFC 2004/004
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004447761

Title: Alan Lomax Collection of Emory Stroop Recordings
Description: Eight 12-inch discs of recordings of old time string band music, fiddle tunes, banjo music, and vocals featuring Herb Smoke from Winchester, Virginia, and Virginia fiddler Emory Stroop. Recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, 1940.
AFC Number: AFC 1940/015
AFS Number: AFS 4412I-4419
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655321

Title: Alan Lomax Collection of Michigan and Wisconsin Recordings
Description: Two hundred fifty 12-inch discs of instrumentals, songs, and stories recorded in Michigan and Wisconsin by Alan Lomax, August 10-November 1, 1938. The collection includes 1/2 linear inch of cards, correspondence, lists, and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/007
AFS Number: AFS 2237-2486
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700315

Title: Alan Lomax Collection of Woody Guthrie Recordings
Description: Seventeen 12-inch discs of songs and stories played and spoken by Woody Guthrie. Recorded in the Radio Studio of Department of Interior, Washington, D.C., by Nev. Rumble, March 1940. Alan Lomax, interlocutor.
AFC Number: AFC 1940/007
AFS Number: AFS 3407-3423
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655315

Title: Alan Lomax Haiti Collection
Description: 298 discs of Haitian music and spoken word. Recorded in Haiti by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, 1936-1937. The collection includes notes, illustrations, and a song list. Many disc sleeves are extant.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/010
AFS Number: AFS 1060-1297; 1877-1936
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700309

Title: Alan Lomax Kentucky Recordings
Description: Five 12-inch discs of songs recorded in Marrowbone, Kentucky, by George Pullen Jackson and Alan Lomax, August 1942. Includes performances by Addina Palmore Wilson and dulcimer bow tunes played by Effie Wilson.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/023
AFS Number: AFS 6718A2-6722

Title: Alan Lomax Ohio and Indiana Collection
Description: Seventy-nine 12-inch discs of songs and stories performed and spoken by various people throughout Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, March 26-April 16, 1938. The collection includes one and 1/8 linear inch of fieldnotes, newspaper articles, notation, and transcription (portions of this collection are stored separately in the manuscripts bay). Recordings made through the courtesy of the Indiana Folklore Society, WPA Writer's Project, and Ohio Valley Folk Festival. AFS 1763-1767 contain French songs, and German material, including Amish hymns.
AFC Number: AFC 1938/004
AFS Number: AFS 1689-1767
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655410

Title: Alan Lomax Recording of Blaine Stubblefield Singing "The Golden Vanity"
Description: One 12-inch disc of "The Golden Vanity" sung by Blaine Stubblefield. Recorded at the Library of Congress in the Recording Laboratory, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, ca. 1942.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/015
AFS Number: AFS 6310

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings from Saltville, Virginia
Description: Seven 12-inch discs of folk songs performed by Maud, Charlotte, and Dorothy Smith, Hobart Smith, Charley Debuck, Fred Galligher, and Edd Smith. Recorded in Saltville, Virginia, by Alan Lomax, August 28-29, 1942. The collection includes a 2-page log.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/005
AFS Number: AFS 6723-6729
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700249

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings from Smithville, Tennessee
Description: Four 16-inch discs of primitive Baptist hymns, interviews, and other folk songs sung by Mr. and Mrs. I.D. Cantrell, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. McDowell, Miss May Lassiter, Mrs. Ray Womack, and W.P. Cantrell. Recorded at the home of L.L. McDowell in Smithville, Tennessee, by Alan Lomax, August 20, 1942.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/002
AFS Number: AFS 6674-6677
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700246

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Aunt Molly Jackson
Description: Fifty-four 12-inch discs of songs and stories sung and spoken by Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky. Recorded in New York City by Alan Lomax, May 1939.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/012 [part 1]
AFS Number: AFS 2534-2588
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700321

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Aunt Molly Jackson
Description: Seven 12-inch discs of songs and stories sung and spoken by Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky. Recorded in New York City by Alan Lomax, May 1939. Continuation of 2534-2588.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/012 [part 2]
AFS Number: AFS 3335-3341
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700321

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Carrie Grover
Description: Seventeen 12-inch discs of ballads sung by Carrie Grover of Gorham, Maine. Recorded in Washington, D.C., at the Library of Congress, by Alan Lomax, April 18-19, 1941. The collection includes a three-page song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/023
AFS Number: AFS 4452-4468
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700331

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Francis P. Sullivan
Description: Two 12-inch discs of seven cowboy songs sung by Francis P. Sullivan. Recorded in Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, June 1938. The collection includes one page of notes and song lyrics for "C & O Canal Song."
AFC Number: AFC 1938/007
AFS Number: AFS 1849-1850
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655458

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of French Canadian Folksongs
Description: Four discs of French-Canadian folksongs recorded in Station CKAC, Montreal, Canada, by Alan Lomax. The collection includes a 3-page log.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/021
AFS Number: AFS 4423-4426
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700332

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter
Description: Five 16-inch discs containing 50 songs and monologues, played and spoken by Huddie "Lead Belly" Ledbetter. Recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, August 23, 1940.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/024
AFS Number: AFS 4469-4473
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700335

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, Sonny Terry, and Brownie McGhee
Description: Two 16-inch discs of 10 songs performed by Sanders (Sonny) Terry (Durham, North Carolina), Brownie McGhee (Tennessee), and Huddie Ledbetter (Louisiana). Includes interviews of the performers by Alan Lomax. Recorded at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, May 1942. The collection includes three pages of correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/021
AFS Number: AFS 6502-6503

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Leadbelly, 1937
Description: Six discs of recordings of Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter. Recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., June 22, 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/011
AFS Number: AFS 993-998
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655312

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Los Tres Rancheros
Description: One 12-inch disc of songs sung by Los Tres Rancheros (Alberto Rosas, Novelle Primarosa, and Hector Gonzales) of Mexico City, Mexico. Recorded by Alan Lomax in Coolidge Auditorium at the Library of Congress, 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/009
AFS Number: AFS 1059
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700305

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Mariana Schaupp
Description: Twelve 12-inch discs of 24 folk songs sung by Mrs. Marianna Schaupp, originally from Illinois, but living in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, at the time of the recording. Schaupp sings traditional songs and ballads learned from her family and other sources. Recorded at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, December 1941. The collection includes articles, correspondence, lyrics for "Banks of Champlain," notes, and song lists.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/009
AFS Number: AFS 6077-6088
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655358

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Myra E. Hull
Description: Five 7-inch discs, 6 10-inch discs, 1 12-inch disc of 65 folk songs, children's songs, hymns, parodies, cowboy songs, and popular songs sung by Myra E. Hull of Lawrence, Kansas. Some songs accompanied by piano. Recorded in Washington, D.C., at the Library of Congress in Coolidge Auditorium, by Alan Lomax, July 15-17, 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/008
AFS Number: AFS 1055-1058; 1298; 1602; 1871-1876
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700306

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Pete Seeger Square Dance Calls
Description: Four 8-inch discs of square dance calls with banjo playing "Cindy" by Pete Bowers [Pete Seeger]. Recorded by Alan Lomax, August 5, 1943. The collection includes 2 pages of logs.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/006
AFS Number: AFS 6730-6733
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700253

Title: Alan Lomax Recordings of Rehearsals for White House Program
Description: Thirteen 12-inch discs of 35 songs and monologs performed by Woody Guthrie, Alan Lomax, J.M. "Sailor Dad" Hunt, Private Rotson, and Wade Mainer's Mountaineers. Recorded at rehearsals for "An Evening of American Song for American Soldiers" at the White House, Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, February 1941. The collection includes one page of song lyrics for "When Jones’ Ale Was New." (Includes AFS 4428-40)
AFC Number: AFC 1941/006
AFS Number: AFS 4428-4440
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700330

Title: Alan Lomax Rehearsals for a White House Folk Concert
Description: Four 16-inch and one 12-inch discs of the rehearsal for the White house folk song concert given in the spring of 1940. Recorded by Alan Lomax.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/012
AFS Number: AFS 6096-6099; 6106

Title: Alan Lomax, Zora Neale Hurston, and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle Expedition Collection
Description: Two hundred and twenty-seven discs of music and spoken word recordings made in Florida and the Bahamas by Alan Lomax, Zora Neale Hurston, and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle. Hurston did not travel to the Bahamas. June-August 1935.
AFC Number: AFC 1935/001
AFS Number: AFS 309-535
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700301

Title: Alanson Skinner Collection of Menominee Cylinder Recordings
Description: Twenty-two four-inch cylinders of Menominee songs recorded by Alanson Buck Skinner in June 1919 near Keshena, Wisconsin. The cylinders, primarily containing songs of the Medicine Ceremony (Mita'win), were received by exchange from the Milwaukee Public Museum in 1947. Skinner published texts and commentary on these songs in "Songs of the Menomini Medicine Ceremony," American Anthropologist n.s. 27 (1925): 290-314.
AFC Number: AFC 1947/009
AFS Number: AFS 8904-8906

Title: Alaska Native Musicale Collection / Native American gospel music
Description: Twenty audiocassettes of Native American gospel music from the 1983 through 1993 Native Musicales, plus one undated cassette labeled "Simeon Anarkin, "He's there all the time." Languages or tribal affiliations mentioned are: Tanaina, Yupik, Inupiaq, Eskimo. Many groups represented on each Musicale cassette.
AFC Number: AFC 1994/004

Title: Albert Lord Collection of Wire Recordings of Yugoslavian Epics
Description: Twenty-one wire spools of Yugoslavian epic folk material. Recording project by Albert Lord of Harvard University. Recordings made in Novi Pazar (Serbia), Bijelo Polje (Montenegro).
AFC Number: AFC 1953/013
AFS Number: AFS 10836-10858
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655415

Title: Albert Warner / Comments on Albums of Folk Music for News Broadcast
Description: One 16-inch disc of a "This Week in Washington" radio broadcast regarding comments on Albums of folk music of the Library of Congress. Hosted by Albert Warner, WOL News. The collection includes a log.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/086
AFS Number: AFS 8969

Title: Alberto Nogues / Odeon Dubs of Paraguayan Music
Description: Four 10-inch discs recorded on the Odeon label of eight Paraguayan songs, all performed by an orchestral ensemble, and one song with lyrics in Spanish. Donated by Senor Alberto Nogues, a civil judge of Paraguay.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/014
AFS Number: AFS 9785-9788

Title: Alex Kellam Collection
Description: Twenty-one 7-inch tapes of interviews, songs, and stories spoken and sung mostly by Alex Kellam, recorded primarily in Crisfield, Maryland, by George G. Carey and Carl Fleischhauer, 1977-78. The collection includes 70 pages of notes and transcripts and 14 pages of photocopied contact sheets of photographs of Crisfield, Kellam, and various watercraft. Kellam is a waterman, folk painter, storyteller, and insurance agent from Crisfield, Maryland. The collection includes approximately 445 photographs of Alex Kellam, Dot Kellam, decoy maker Lem Ward, landscapes, house types, copies of scrapbook photos, and copies of manuscript versions of Kellam's poems.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/008
AFS Number: AFS 22409-22429
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700200

Title: Alfred Pinkston Recordings of African American Religious Songs
Description: Seven 7-inch tapes of interviews regarding African American religious observances in Florida, especially lined hymns, gospel songs, spirituals, sermons and theology. Recorded by Alfred Adolphus Pinkston in connection with his 1975 dissertation at the University of Miami.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/026
AFS Number: AFS 19123-19129
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700227

Title: Alfred Swan / Russian Wedding Rite and Folk Songs
Description: Two 12-inch discs (pressings made by RCA Manufacturing Co. "for private use only") of "Four excperts from Russian wedding rite" and nine Russian folksongs "from Pskoff District-now in Esthonia." Labels include: "Copyright by Alfred J. Swan. Recording supported by American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia."
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14385-14386

Title: Alice A. Paulson / Freda and Hugo Wolf Square Dance Collection
Description: One handwritten square dance notebook of Freda Montgomery Wolf, written in the 1940s, plus copies of two photos of Wolf's Orchestra, and a memoir by Paulson of the orchestra and of her experiences as a square dance caller in the DeKalb, Sycamore, Genoa, Marengo, Illinois, area.
AFC Number: AFC 1999/028

Title: Alice Brady Beckmann / Alexander Brady Collection
Description: One 10-inch tape of songs, poetry, and reminiscences by Alexander Brady, Pennsylvania-born lumberjack, peddlar, pharmacist, minister, and versifier; also songs and reminiscences of Mr. Brady by his daughter, Alice Brady Brackmann. Recorded by Alice Brady Beckmann, January 31, 1964, place unknown.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22561

Title: Alice C. Fletcher Collection of Chippewa Cylinder Recordings
Description: Three 4-inch cylinders recorded by Alice Cunningham Fletcher in Washington, D.C., on January 24, 1899. Fletcher recorded Swift Flying Feather (Gay-zhe-gwun-e-osh), a member of a Leech Lake (Minnesota) delegation to the capital. Fletcher gave the cylinders to Frances Densmore at some later time. Through Densmore, the cylinders were deposited in the National Archives, from which they were transferred to the Library of Congress in 1948.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/071
AFS Number: AFS 20308: 7-8; 20324: 13

Title: Alice Fletcher Plains Indian Music on Cylinders
Description: Nineteen 10-inch tapes of North American Plains Indian music originally recorded on cylinders in the Midwest and Washington, D.C., by Alice Cunningham Fletcher, 1896-1905. Transferred from the National Archives, 1948.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 20308-20326

Title: Alice Gerrard / Tommy Jarrell Duplication Project
Description: Recordings of Tommy Jarrell, Southern Appalachian musician, playing solo and with friends in his home in Mt. Airy, North Carolina and at dances and parties in the community. Recorded by Alice Gerrard between 1976 and 1979. Jarrell conducts a few fiddle lessons, performs a few selections on banjo, and participates in storytelling.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 20172-20183

Title: Alicia J. Rouverol Collection on Northern Neck, Virginia, Watermen
Description: Oral history interviews with 30 watermen from the Northern Neck of Virginia recorded by Alicia J. Rouverol in July and August 1991. Interviews were conducted for a 1991 exhibition, "'Because My Work is What I Do': Watermen of the Northern Neck" sponsored by the Greater Reedville Association, Reedville, Virginia. Anglo- and African American fishermen were interviewed about their family histories; fishing boats; boat repair; pound netting for herring, shad, and menhaden; crabbing; oystering; oyster diseases; fishing regulations; menhanden chantey singing; and other topics. The collection includes 72 contact sheets of black-and-white photographs of fishermen, fishing boats, nets, crab pots, peeler traps, eel pots, oyster tonging, oyster shucking, the Reedville parade, blessing of the fleet, chantey singers, and aerial photography taken by photographer, Starke Jett, for the exhibition. Manuscripts include Alicia J. Rouverol's correspondence, field notes, interview transcripts, exhibition narrative, contracts, grant application, invoices, clippings, maps, and related research materials, including student papers about Chesapeake Bay fishermen and fishermen's chanteys, and other traditions written by college students for classes taught by Charles and Nan Perdue, with other published and unpublished works about the history of the menhaden fishery, oystering, and crabbing on the Chesapeake Bay. Also includes brochures and publications of the Reedville Fishermen's Museum where the exhibition was shown.
AFC Number: AFC 2010/015
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655361

Title: All India Radio / Folk Songs from Tirachi, Southern India
Description: Two 16-inch discs from the Transcription Service of All-India. Folksongs from Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu; cow herding songs from Mysore, Karnataka; and shepherds' songs from Gujarat.
AFC Number: AFC 1956/008
AFS Number: AFS 10981-10982

Title: All Things Considered Interview about the American Dialect Society
Description: Portion of a National Public Radio "All Things Considered" broadcast, featuring an interview with Joseph C. Hickerson of the Archive of Folk Culture and Fred Cassidy of the American Dialect Society, conducted by Susan Stamberg, concerning the donation of the American Dialect Society's Linguistic Atlas of North America discs to the Library of Congress. Recorded off the air by Kathryn W. Hickerson, December 27, 1984.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/007

Title: Allemande Left With Your Left Hand: Structure and Meaning in Modern Western Square Dance / by James A. LaVita
Description: Thesis. M.A. Folklore, Dept. of Anthropology, University of California-Berkeley. September 1983.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/029

Title: Allen MacCabe Interview and Song Manuscript Collection
Description: Seven 7-inch tapes of an interview with Allen MacCabe (1906-1983) concerning his early life in Nova Scotia, hoboing during the Depression, serving in the Army Air Corps, and operating a soft drink bottling plant. Documentation includes 230 typescript pages of songs, poems, and recitations collected by Mr. McCabe throughout his lifetime. Recorded by Gerald E. Parsons, Jr. and Margaret B. Parsons in Sarasota, Florida, April 21 and 23, 1983.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22201-22207

Title: Almanac Singers and Cowboy Yodels Recordings
Description: Two 10-inch and four 12-inch discs of songs sung by the Almanac Singers, Alan and John A. Lomax, and Earl Robinson. Recorded in New York City, January 1942. The collection includes a one-page song list; AFS 6104(?) includes a record of cowboy yodels by John A. Lomax, made in the Recording Laboratory, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., in the spring of 1941 in connection with the preparation of the Ballad Hunter series.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/013
AFS Number: AFS 6100-6105

Title: Alton C. Morris Collection of Gainsville, Florida, Recordings
Description: Two 16-inch discs of sacred harp and folk songs recorded in Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Panama City, Florida, by Alton C. Morris, April 1949. Sacred harp was directed by George Pullen Jackson.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/030
AFS Number: AFS 9914-9915

Title: Alton C. Morris Cylinder Recordings
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of 19 cylinder dubs of Anglo-American Folksongs recorded in Florida and California by Alton C. Morris. Possibly recorded ca. 1936.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 21839-21841

Title: Alton C. Morris Florida WPA Recordings
Description: Fourteen 12-inch discs of Czech American, Slovak American, Greek American, and Minorcan American music recorded in Jacksonville, Masaryktown, St. Augustine, Slavia, and Tarpon Springs, Florida, by Alton Chester Morris, assisted by Florida Federal Writers' Project workers, 1939-40.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/026
AFS Number: AFS 3537-3550
Online Presentation: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/flwpahtml/flwpahome.html

Title: Alton Chester Morris / Folksongs of Florida and their Cultural Background
Description: Ph.D. Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1941. Microfilm Number: 97/1123.
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97208163

Title: Alvin Duerksen / Depression Days 1934 Manuscript Collection
Description: Series of reminiscences of life and work (esp. farm labor) in the Midwest, West, and Northwest from 1934-1941.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/019

Title: Amanda M. Burt / Icelandic Folk Music
Description: One 3-inch tape of Icelandic folk music recorded 1974 by Amanda Burt.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 17025-17026

Title: Amanda M. Burt / Icelandic Folk Music
Description: Two 5-inch tapes of Icelandic folk music recorded and duplicated by Amanda M. Burt, 1972.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/033
AFS Number: AFS 15100-15101

Title: Amanda M. Burt / Icelandic Folksongs
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of Icelandic folk music recorded 1968 and 1973 by Hallfredus Orn Eiriksson and Amanda M. Burt.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15609-15610

Title: Amanda M. Burt Collection of Icelandic Folk Music
Description: One 5-inch tape of Icelandic rímur, skandera, and tvísöngur performed by Margret Hjálmarsdottir and her husband, Hörthur Bjarnasson. Includes the collector's notes and correspondence regarding the donation. Recorded in Reykjavik, Iceland, by Amanda M. Burt, 1971.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/015
AFS Number: AFS 14630
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655396

Title: American Book of Festivals Collection
Description: One and three-quarter linear inches of a manuscript entitled _American Book of Festivals_. Created by the Cooperstown Graduate Programs, class of 1967. The origin of this manuscript is unknown, but it was possibly donated by Gerald Parsons.
AFC Number: AFC 1967/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659975

Title: American Broadcasting Company / Scott Dunbar Recording
Description: Two film reels and one 7-inch tape of Mississippi blues singer-guitarist, Scott Dunbar, recorded by Frederic J. Ramsey, Jr. Gift of American Broadcasting Company, for which the tape was used in the program "Anatomy of Pop: The Music Explosion," February 15, 1966.
AFC Number: AFC 1966/002
AFS Number: AFS 13051

Title: American Dialect Society / Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada Demonstration Collection
Description: Selected recordings from the American Dialect Society's Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada discs, recorded throughout the United States in the 1930s by Nathaniel Caffee, Marguerite Chapallaz, Walter C. Garwick, Miles L. Hanley, Guy S. Lowman, Robert L. Stone, and Lorenzo Turner; also contains excerpts of these selections prepared for a demonstration given by Joseph C. Hickerson, Head of the Archive of Folk Culture, at the American Dialect Society meeting held at the Library of Congress, December 24, 1984.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 23252-23255

Title: American Dialect Society Collection
Description: Sound recordings made between 1931-1937 to document American English dialects, mostly from New England and eastern Canada, for a proposed Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada. Most informants were elderly New Englanders, and included whalers, fisherman, farmers, and housewives. Among the well-known people who were recorded are Alistair Cooke, Charles H. Grandgent, John A. Lomax, Alan Lomax, Edward Sapir, and B. F. Skinner. Some recordings were made of Gullah dialects found on the Georgia and South Carolina coast and recordings include narratives of former slaves. Several recordings document other languages and regions. The collection includes project correspondence, transcriptions, and index cards.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/011
AFS Number: AFS 24468-25767 and 25982-26016
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659977

Title: American Fiddling Styles Workshop
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of instrumentals performed on fiddle by Joe Meadows, originally of southern West Virginia, and Brendan Mulvihill. Recorded at the Library of Congress at a workshop-demonstration entitled "American Fiddling Styles" sponsored by the American Folklife Center, November 17, 1986. The collection includes seven pages of collection inventory, ephemera, lists of photos, photocopies of tape boxes, and a press release.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/008
AFS Number: AFS 26958-26959

Title: American Folk Blues Festival Photograph Collection, 1962-1965
Description: The 68 digital prints in this collection document the musicians who participated in the American Folk Blues Festival from 1962 to 1965. The American Folk Blues Festival brought American blues musicians to Europe for live concerts and studio performances between 1962 and 1982. Stephanie Wiesand usually photographed the musicians during television tapings that took place at Südwestfunk, a German television and radio station in Baden-Baden, Germany.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/050
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700223

Title: American Folk Music and Folklore Recordings: A Selected List (1982 to 1992)
Description: Administrative materials generated by annual panel meetings of traditional music specialists leading to ten editions of the American Folklife Center’s publication American Folk Music and Folklore Recordings: A Selected List. The Selected List was an annotated discography intended to help promote the best recordings of American folk music and folklore issued by various companies and organizations the preceding year. The manuscript portion of the collection includes a complete set of the ten Selected Lists, correspondence from the primarily small independent record labels and organizations who donated recordings, correspondence with panelists; panel meeting agendas, minutes, and notes on the selection process; correspondence with organizations whose recordings were or were not selected; lists of recordings received; materials pertaining to production and editing of the publication, including contact sheets and negatives of cover images from recordings; publicity generated by the project, and additional miscellaneous material. The sound recording portion of the collection includes twenty audiocassettes documenting the panel’s deliberations during selection meetings for the 1989, 1990, and 1991 editions of the Selected List.
AFC Number: AFC 1983/017

Title: American Folk Song Festival, 26th Year
Description: One 10-inch tape of the American Folk Song Festival: 26th Year. June 10, 1956, Ashland, Kentucky. Director, Jean Thomas (the "Traipsin' Woman").
AFC Number: AFC 1974/007
AFS Number: AFS 17004

Title: American Folklife Center / 1998 North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance Lifetime Achievement Award
Description: Videorecording of the Lifetime Achievement Award presented to the American Folklife Center at the 1998 North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance Conference, February 2, 1998.
AFC Number: AFC 1998/031

Title: American Folklife Center 1986 Colloquy on University Education
Description: Background and proceedings of 2nd Colloquy on Folklife in University Education [see 1984 Colloquy -- AFC 1987/002]. Part of American Folklife Center 10th Anniversary Week Collection.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/003 [part of]
AFS Number: AFS 26215-26219

Title: American Folklife Center Establishment Reception, 1976
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of a reception sponsored by the American Folklore Society and the Library of Congress in honor of the establishment of the American Folklife Center, February 19, 1976. Speeches by Daniel Boorstin, Archie Green, Rep. Lucien Nedzi, Rep. Frank Thompson, Kenneth Goldstein, Dell Hymes, Hector Mimiaga [sp?], Rep. John Bradamus [sp?], Rep. Richardson Pryor, Senator James Abaresque. Performances by Tony Alderman, The Irish Tradition, Elizabeth Cotten, John Jackson, The Country Gentlemen and Mariachi America. Recorded by Jay Kingery, Inc.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/017
AFS Number: AFS 18087-18088

Title: American Folklore Genres Lectures
Description: Thirty-six cassettes of lectures on American folklore genres delivered by various ethnomusicologists and folklorists. Recorded and produced by Everett/Edward, Inc., Deland, Florida, 1979.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19922-19957

Title: American Folklore Society 1950 Annual Meeting Intermission Program Collection
Description: One 16-inch disc of an "intermission program #12" with Librarian of Congress Luther Evans, Thelma James, and Louis C. Jones of Cooperstown, New York, on the occasion of the 61st Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society. Recorded in Washington, D.C., at the Library of Congress, January 5, 1950.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/001

Title: American Folklore Society Annual Meeting / Place-Name Session
Description: One 7-inch tape of a disuccions from the Place-Names session of American Folklore Society annual meeting, Washington, D.C., Nov. 13, 1971. Recording is incomplete.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15228

Title: American Folklore Society Oral History Project / William A. "Bert" Wilson Interview of Austin Fife
Description: One audiocassette of an Interview with Austin Fife by William A. Wilson, May 31, 1972.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/069
AFS Number: AFS 19540

Title: American Folklore Society Oral History Project Establishment
Description: Meeting of the Historiography Committee of the American Folklore Society, November 8, 1969, in Atlanta, Georgia. Discussion centered on the establishment of the American Folklore Society Oral History Project. Speakers included Richard Dorson, Richard Reuss, Neil Rosenberg, Joseph Hickerson, and Dan Ben-Amos.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19797-19798

Title: American Indian Music and Dance Troupe Concert Collection
Description: Homegrown 2004 concert. "Kiowa and Comanche Traditions from Oklahoma" in Coolidge Auditorium. Collection includes sound and video recordings of a dance presentation performed by Kiowa-Comanche, Comanche, and Comance-Sioux dancers. Tom Mauchahty-Ware discusses traditional music and dance; some of the dances performed are those seen in powwow competitions. Manuscripts include program flyer and publicity.
AFC Number: AFC 2004/033
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700214

Title: American Indian Recordings
Description: Two hundred thirty 16-inch discs mostly of North American Indian songs originally recorded on cylinders (cyl. 374-3964) in various locations primarily by Frances Densmore, 1907-36, for the Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution. Transferred from the National Archives in 1948. List. Menoninee, among other tribes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 10515-10744

Title: American Record Company / Royal Hawaiian Troubadours
Description: Twenty-four 10-inch discs of Hawaiian folk music performed by the Royal Hawaiian Troubadors with various musicians. Recorded in 1905 and produced by the American Record Company. The collection includes 3/8 linear inch of correspondence, logs, and photocopies of discs displaying the production company name and location.
AFC Number: AFC 1960/012
AFS Number: AFS 11759-11782

Title: American Revolution Bicentennial Administration Directory of Folklife and Crafts Resources Collection
Description: Research for the compilation of American Revolution Bicentennial Administration (ARBA) directory.
AFC Number: Unassigned

Title: Americo Paredes Oral History Intervews Conducted by Francis A. de Caro and Rosan A. Jordan
Description: Four audiocassettes of an interviews of Americo Paredes by Francis A. de Caro and Rosan A. Jordan. Recorded in Austin, Texas, 1974. Recorded as part of the American Folklore Society Oral History Project.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/056
AFS Number: AFS 19410-19413
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655382

Title: Amice Calverley Recordings of Cretan and Egyptian Music
Description: Five 16-inch discs of dance music and songs recorded in Crete and Egypt by Amice Mary Calverley, ca. 1948-49. The collection includes one folder of correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/022
AFS Number: AFS 9902-9906
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655362

Title: Amos Burg Collection of Alaskan Recordings
Description: Twenty-six 12-inch discs of accordion performances, interviews, narratives, a recitation, and songs, recorded in various locations in Alaska by Amos Burg, 1941. Annotations are largely based on a "Survey and Spot Analysis" compiled by Samuel V. Wilson (1992). Includes narrative by Paul Satko. See related collection: AFC 1995/046.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/017
AFS Number: AFS 6328-6353
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655357

Title: An Annotated Collection of Contemporary Obscene Humor by Richard E. Buehler
Description: M.A. Thesis, Indiana University, 1964. Microfilm Number: 97/1105
AFC Number: Unassigned
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97186248

Title: An Interpretation of the Florida Ex-Slaves' Memories of Slavery and the Civil War by Dianna Zacharias
Description: Thesis (M.A.), 1976--Western Kentucky University
AFC Number: AFC 1979/020
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659963

Title: "An Investigation of Adolescent Females in America's Sub-Cultures" by Margo Davis
Description: One hundred twenty-three-page manuscript entitled "An Investigation of Adolescent Females in America's Sub-Cultures." Includes interviews with young women aged 13-27, from Mormon, Mennonnite, Papago, Hopi, Hutterite, farming, and fishing communities. Interviews were conducted in Down East Maine; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Boulder, Utah; Tucson and areas in northern Arizona;and Norfolk Connecticut, by Margo Davis, Oct. 1979-June 1980. Davis was traveling with the Audubon Expedition Institute for Environmental Education.
AFC Number: AFC 1980/008

Title: An Investigation of the Relationship of Vocal/Choral Music to Selected Wind Band Masterworks of Grainger, Holst,
Milhaud and Vaughan Williams by Willis M. Rapp
Description: Research paper for dissertation: Catholic University of America, 1997. See also published version titled _The Wind Band Masterworks of Holst, Vaughan Williams, and Grainger_. Galesville, MD: Meredith Music Publications.
MT135.R37 2005
AFC Number: AFC 1997/035
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655439

Title: Analyses de Musiques Traditionnelles..par Jean-Claude C. Chabrier.
Description: Dissertation in Ethnomusicology and History of Music, University of Paris, 1996. 2 volumes. Musical analysis of Islamic music of Arab countries, primarily in the Middle East, with bibliography and discographies. In French.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/086
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655416

Title: Andrew Roblin and the Pocono Mountain Men Audiocassette Collection
Description: "Hip bluegrass" music. Contains the following songs: "Lucky Trapper's Reel," "Doing My Time," "Deal," "Peach Picking Time," "Festival du Voyageur," "Valerie's Waltz," "Temperance Bear," "Red River Jig."
AFC Number: AFC 1996/057

Title: Andriy Milavsky / Cheres Collection
Description: One videocassette entitled Cheres: A Carpathian Folk Ensemble, featuring the group Cheres performing folk music of the Carpathian region, specifically Ukraine, Romania, Hungary, and Moldova, as well as Gypsy and Jewish tunes. Cheres was founded by Andriy Milavsky in 1990 and performs primarily in the New York City area. Produced in New York City with some clips from Ukraine. The collection includes two publicity photos and five pages of correspondence, a biography of the group, a log, and a concert flier. See also: AFC 1996/035.
AFC Number: AFC 2000/015

Title: Ann W. Pittman "Imitations of Mother" Collection
Description: Singer and composer Ann W. Pittman performs religious and secular songs, and relates family history, tales, and poems learned as a child in Mississippi. Interviewed by members of the Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts, St. Louis, Missouri, 1978. Original tapes held by the Western Historical Manuscript Collection at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Keywords: African American folklore
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 24210-24213

Title: Annabel Morris Buchanan Recordings of White Spirituals
Description: One 10-inch tape of Annabel Morris Buchanan singing white spirituals, children's songs, and other songs from her family tradition. Recorded ca. 1958.
AFC Number: AFC 1958/001
AFS Number: AFS 11326
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700403

Title: Anne and Frank Warner Collection, 1938-1969
Description: One hundred five discs, 17 7-inch tapes, and 2 5-inch tapes of instrumentals, interviews, readings, songs, and stories recorded in the Bahamas, Massachusetts, the Middle West, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia, by Anne and Frank M. Warner, 1940-66. The collection includes 3/16 linear inch of concordances, correspondence, fieldnotes, and lists. Also includes Mohawk and recordings of Carl Sandburg. Sound recordings and photographs were made by Anne and Frank Warner documenting folk music during field trips to Illinois (1941), Massachusetts (1941), New Hampshire (1940-41), New York (1939-41, 1946, 1949-52, 1961, 1969), North Carolina (1938-41, 1944, 1951, 1959), Missouri (1941), Vermont (1940), Virginia (1940), and to some unspecified locations in the Midwest. The songs were collected from descendents of English and Scots-Irish immigrants and from African Americans, some of West Indian descent. Includes songs and stories of Frank Proffitt, Sr. and the extended Hicks family of Beech Mountain, N.C. Mohawk songs, chants, war cries, courting, and hunting songs were recorded from Louis Solomon at Hogansburg, St. Regis, New York in 1940-41. Also included are a few interviews with performers, storytelling sessions, and recordings of lectures and readings performed by Carl Sandburg in 1950, 1951, and 1953.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/002
AFS Number: AFS 10055-10057;15385-15400;15261-15384; 15564-15565;17769
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695171

Title: Anne Grimes Collection of Ohio Folk Music
Description: One hundred three 7-inch tapes, 22 5-inch tapes, 2 4-inch tapes, and 13 3-inch tapes of instrumentals, interviews, songs, and stories, recorded primarily in Ohio by Anne Grimes, 1953-92. The collection includes 185 articles, 83 other ephemeral publications, 955 pages of manuscripts, one hundred two photos, and three videocassettes. Included in the collection are John M. Bodiker, Bob Gibson, 4-H Club founder Albert B. Graham, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, May Kennedy McCord, Branch Rickey, Carl Sandburg, Pete Seeger, and Grimes herself.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/003
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655239

Title: Anne Lawrence / On Dark and Bloody Ground: An Oral History of the U.M.W.A. in Central Appalachia 1920-35 Collection
Description: An oral history transcription of the United Mine Workers of America in Central Appalachia, 1920-35. The project was done under the auspices of the National Endowment for the Humanities' Youth grants program.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/002

Title: Anne MacKay / Vassar Songs Collection
Description: The collection consists of two audiocassettes and forty-eight pages of manuscripts documenting Vassar College class "Parties" or musical shows and songs sung in dorms from 1945 to 1949. Also included in the manuscript are ten pages of songs from the collector, Anne MacKay's childhood. The manuscript consist of copies of photographs, textual transcriptions and one melodic transcription.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/023

Title: Anne Romaine / Folksongs Sung by Nancy Arrington
Description: Folksongs sung by Mrs. Nancy Arrington, Swannanoa, North Carolina, 1967.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13159

Title: Annie Frazier Henry / "Totem Talk" Video Collection
Description: One 22-minute video produced by Annie Frazier Henry of Full Regalia Productions in British Columbia (in cooperation with the National Film Board of Canada). The film is directed towards urban First Nations youth, encouraging them to become aware of and to identify with their tribal heritage.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/026

Title: Anthology of Folk Literature of Soldiers of the Pacific Theater by Austin E. Fife
Description: One linear inch of songs, poetry, and prose of soldiers in the Pacific theater, collected by Austin E. Fife during his two years of service in the South and Southwest Pacific as the military historian of the Thirteenth Air Force. Unpublished manuscript written in July 1947.
AFC Number: AFC 1947/002
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655257

Title: Anthony F.C. Wallace Collection of Tuscarora wire recordings
Description: Sixteen wires of Tuscarora kinship terms, personal narratives, texts, translations, and vocabularies recorded by Anthony F.C. Wallace, 1948-49. Donated by the American Philosophical Society. Onondaga and Seneca song texts included.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/006
AFS Number: AFS 14329-14344

Title: Antoni Sledziewski / Wycinanki Ludowe Collection
Description: Two monographs and 16 original paper cut-outs. The first monograph, Wycinanki Ludowe (Folk Cut-Outs), was written by Antoni Sledziewski, 1989, in Polish, English, and Russian, 24 pages. The other is Wycinanka Ludowa (Folk Cut-Outs), (Siedlce, 1987), in Polish, 40 pages. The paper cut-outs were created by various Polish artists.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/006

Title: Archie Green Interviews, 2003
Description: Interview with Archie Green conducted by David Taylor at Green's home in San Francisco, on December15-16, 2003.
AFC Number: AFC 2004/003
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695009

Title: Archie Green Labor Songs Anthology Collection
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of labor songs recorded from a variety of sources for a proposed anthology of labor songs.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/024

Title: Archive of American Folk Song Films Collection
Description: Video contains segments of film clips made by John A. Lomax, Alan Lomax, Elizabeth Lomax, and Bess Lomax during recording expeditions in the late 1930s and early 1940s. All the clips are silent footage in both color and black-and-white. It is believed that Alan wanted to use it to show off the Archives' collections. Includes logs. Finnish-American, Michigan, Kentucky, Haiti. Southern United States. South Carolina.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/017
AFS Number: AFS 27010

Title: Archive of Folk Song Fiftieth Anniversary Concert Collection
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of songs, ballads, and banjo music by Dee and Delta Hicks of Tinchtown, Tennessee; blues and bottleneck guitar by David "Honeyboy" Edwards of Chicago, Illinois; and fiddling by Benny Thomasson of Arlington, Texas. Also includes an introduction by Alan Jabbour, Director of the American Folklife Center, and remarks by Burl Ives and Joseph C. Hickerson, Head of the Archive of Folk Song. Recorded at Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress, November 16, 1978.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/030
AFS Number: AFS 20103-20104

Title: Archive of Folk Song Fiftieth Anniversary Symposium Collection
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of papers and discussion on the past, present, and future of the Archive of Folk Song. Participants include Sterling Brown, Norman Cohen, Archie Green, Herbert Halpert, Wayland D. Hand, Joseph C. Hickerson, Alan Jabbour, Debora Kodish, Alan Lomax, Carol Nemeyer, James Porter, and Charles Seeger. Recorded at the Whittall Pavilion of the Library of Congress, November 16, 1978.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/030
AFS Number: AFS 20105-20107

Title: Archiving Culture: American Folklore Archives in Theory and Practice / by Andy Kolovos
Description: Dissertation by Andy Kolovos for the Dept. of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, October 2010. 255 pages.
AFC Number: AFC 2010/038
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655252

Title: Arete: The Memories of Greek-American Women: An Oral History Collection Project, 1987-1988
Description: Seventy-five cassettes of interviews with Greeks living in the United States, including biographical data, narratives on emigrating and working in the United States, and customs surrounding birth, death, holidays, and marriage. Recorded at various locations in the United States by members of the Daughters of Penelope Foundation, 1987-88. The collection includes two photographs, twenty-nine photocopies of photographs, and two linear inches of questionnaires.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/016

Title: Arikara Dictaphone Belt Recordings, University of Chicago, Fort Berthold Project Records
Description: Two 7-inch tapes copied from fifteen dictabelts of Arikara spoken word by an unknown Arikara ceremonial leader. Recorded at the Fort Berthold Reservation, North Dakota, by Sol Tax, 1950-53 as part of the records of the Action Anthropology Project of the University of Chicago. Accompanying manuscript materials for these recordings are at the National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. Supposed to be recordings of "an elderly Arikara ceremonial leader who is now dead." Deposited in the Smithsonian, NAA by Sol Tax. Records also include fieldnotes, correspondence, historical materials, records of the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Council, "The Warrior" & "Fort Berthold Newsletter."
AFC Number: AFC 1990/032

Title: Arkansas Folk Songs
Description: Two 12-inch discs of "Jolly Old Crow" and "Brien O'Lin sung by Frank Rastell (Frankie Mars). Recorded by Mrs. Mabel Rastell of Chester, Arkansas.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/020
AFS Number: AFS 8352

Title: Arlington County Folk Arts Program Oral History Project
Description: Twelve audiocassettes of interviews with older Arlington County, Virginia, residents. Interviews conducted by high school students as part of an oral project sponsored by the Arlington County Folk Arts Project, directed by Lynn Mailloux. Recorded ca. 1979.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/063
AFS Number: AFS 19422-19433

Title: Arminta Neal Recordings
Description: One 3-inch tape of "Find a Wife" and "Little Mohea" sung with guitar by Arminta Neal. Recorded in Denver, Colorado, by Neal, ca. 1965. These songs were learned from her roommate, Doris Sanford, who heard them from her grandmother, Clara Pettiford, of Reiner, Illinois. The collection includes one page of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/013
AFS Number: AFS 12320
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700265

Title: Arnold van Gennep Manuscript Collection
Description: Article offprints and hand notated typescripts of Arnold van Gennep's writings.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/005

Title: Art from the Heart: Folk Art Project Field Notes
Description: Bound copy of fieldnotes from folk art resarch in Georgia in 1983, conducted by Jill Jayne Read, director of the Clarke County Board of Commissioners, Office of Cultural Affairs, Athens, Georgia. Bound volume edited by Dianne Penny and Lee Hunt Jones.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/047
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655431

Title: Art Rosenbaum and Pat Dunford Recording of Oscar Parks
Description: One 7-inch tape of a song performed by Oscar Parks, recorded in Alton, Indiana, by Patrick Dunford and Arthur Rosenbaum, December 30, 1963; and six instrumental songs by Swedish fiddlers, Röjas Jonas and Pahl Olle, duplicated from a commercial 7-inch disc. The collection includes one newspaper article in Swedish and a 2-page song list. Sveriges Radio commercial phonodisc, Svensk Folkmusik.
AFC Number: AFC 1964/010
AFS Number: AFS 12052

Title: Art Rosenbaum Collection of Fiddle Music from Iowa
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of fiddle and string band music recorded at the Old Settler's fiddle contest at the Old Thresher's Reunion, and at a blues music workshop. Recorded primarily in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, by Art Rosenbaum, 1970-72. Includes the playing of Lyman Enloe, Smokey McGuiness, and Bob Black. Blues music workshop (1972) features Yank Rachell, Shirley Griffith, and J. T. Adams.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/011
AFS Number: AFS 18940-18942
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700240

Title: Art Rosenbaum duplication project
Description: Twenty-eight 10-inch and one 7-inch tapes of blues, country, fiddle, gospel, and other music recorded in Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, and Scotland primarily by Art Rosenbaum, 1958-71. Genres include country, fiddle, gospel, and blues music and Scottish ballads by various performers: Pete Franklin, Shirley Griffith, Yank Rachell, Scrapper Blackwell, John Summers, Louis Riendeau and "Doc" Oscar Parks. Also Albert Hash, Dwight "Red" Lamb, Elvin Campbell, H.E. "Pappy" Wells, Silver Light Gospel Singers, Bert Hare, migrant farm workers, Mary McBride Heekin, White / Whyte family, Clester Hounchell, J.M. Stone, Omie Rose Helton, Ed & Max LeBlanc, Old Threshers' Reunion, Fidel Martin, Verne Smelser.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/026
AFS Number: AFS 17541-17567; AFS 18806
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700397

Title: Art Rosenbaum Georgia Folklore Collection
Description: Two hundred thirty-six audiocassettes of field recordings in north and coastal Georgia recorded by Art Rosebaum, 1976-1983. Includes folk music and folk songs from individuals of predominantly English, Scots Irish, Irish, and African American descent performing bluegrass, old-time music, blues, and sacred vocal music. Recording locations are in homes, at Sacred Harp conventions, and at services in African American churches (documenting hymns, gospel music, prayers, sermons, and an Easter service). There are oral history interviews with some performers, tales and family stories, lectures and demonstrations. Recordings were also made at the 1976 Georgia Grassroots Music Festival and the 1980 and 1983 Georgia Sea Island Festivals.
AFC Number: AFC 2000/003
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695183

Title: Art Thieme Documentary Recordings Collection
Description: Five audiocassettes, three CDs, and 17 manuscript pages made by Art Thieme of blues singers and hobos in Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio in 1960-1962, and 2000.
AFC Number: AFC 2001/030

Title: Arthur Kyle Davis Duplication Project
Description: Eleven tapes of Appalachian songs, ballads and fiddle tunes, recorded in Virginia in 1932-1934 by Arthur Kyle Davis, Jr., and in 1948 and 1961 by Fred F. Knobloch. Includes some interviews with Davis and other scholars. The collection includes indexes.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/014
AFS Number: AFS 19220-19230

Title: Arthur L. Campa Collection
Description: Thirteen 12-inch discs of Spanish-American folk music of New Mexico recorded for the University of New Mexico by Prof. Arthur L. Campa. List in project folder - University of New Mexico. Recorded pre-1951.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/007
AFS Number: AFS 10119-10131
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655379

Title: Arthur L. Campa Collection
Description: Thirty 12-inch discs of 50 Mexican songs, 30 songs sung in English, and four instrumentals. Recorded at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, by Don Almera, Arthur L. Campa, and Roberto Peraza, 1948-50. Univ. of New Mexico Recording project. List in project file.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/007
AFS Number: AFS 9629-9658
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655379

Title: Arthur Miller and John Langenegger Recordings in Wilmington, North Carolina
Description: Ten 16-inch discs of interviews with miners at a quarry, foundry workers, shipyard workers, unemployed laborers; housewives; a restaurant owner and workers; cab drivers; bus drivers; a labor union organizer and strikers; the city manager, police chief, and secretary to the Commission of Public Works of Wilmington, North Carolina, for the Radio Research Project of the Library of Congress and the United States Public Health Service in the fall of 1941. The recordings include protest and union songs composed by African American workers, mostly women members of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, who were on strike at a local plant. Interviews were conducted by Arthur Miller, who also narrates scenes from Wilmington, and wrote the radio script.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/019
AFS Number: AFS 6386-6395
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655349

Title: Arthur S. Alberts African Recordings
Description: Three 7-inch tapes of duplicates of selected recordings of West African music that appear on AFS 10,029-10,052. Originally recorded by Arthur S. Alberts ca. 1949-50 and sent by Alberts in preparation for publication of the three-volume set Tribal, Folk, & Cafe Music of West Africa released in 1950 on Field Recordings. The collection includes a 4-page concordance. (See also AFS 10,867-10,871).
AFC Number: AFC 1953/008
AFS Number: AFS 10754-10756

Title: Arthur S. Alberts Collection of West Africa Recordings
Description: Twenty-four 7-inch tapes of music recorded in French Guinea, French Sudan, Gold Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, and Upper Volta by Arthur S. Alberts, ca. 1949-50. The collection includes a 3-page concordance.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/007
AFS Number: AFS 10029-10052

Title: Artus Moser Recordings
Description: One hundred seventeen 12-inch discs of ballads, songs and fiddle tunes recorded in North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee by Artus M. Moser, 1942-46. Jean Ritchie, Marcus Martin, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Maud Gentry Long, others, Sacred Harp singing.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/003
AFS Number: AFS 7861-7977
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700392

Title: Arval Hogan Duplication Project
Description: One 10-inch tape of string band music played by Arval Hogan, Homer Sherrill, Roy Whitey Grant, Polly Grant, and Garland Grant. The recordings are probably from 1940s.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/017
AFS Number: AFS 15607
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655261

Title: Asian Music in the New World
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of a radio broadcast entitled "Asian Music in the New World" for the NPR series Folk Festival USA that includes music and interviews of first generation Japanese, Chinese, Laotian, Hmong, Khmer (Cambodian) and Vietnamese immigrants. Produced, directed, recorded and narrated by Karl Signell and Mary Cliff of WETA-FM, Washington, DC. Published by National Public Radio, Washington, D.C. 1980
AFC Number: AFC 1981/003

Title: Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC), Washington Chapter, Archive of Folk Culture Researchers Panel, March 28, 2001
Description: Free public presentation of the Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) featuring three Archive of Folk Culture researchers: Todd Harvey speaking on Bob Dylan's "House of the Rising Sun" and set-list for Dylan's appearance at the 1963 Newport Folk Festival; Mark Jackson speaking on obscure performances and recordings of Woody Guthrie, including Guthrie's songs "This Land Is Your Land" and "Jolly Banker," his radio play broadcast on syphilis, interactions with Alan Lomax, etc.; Stephen Wade presenting a paper on the ultimate effect of research in the Archive on his audience, including unexpected connections that the audience establishes with their own family backgrounds and previous generations. Warren Porter then spoke on his family's connection with Wade's performance. The panel was moderated by Kip Lornell.
AFC Number: AFC 2001/005

Title: Audubon Expedition Institute / Oral History Interview with Ambry Archer
Description: Three 5-inch tapes of an oral history interview with Ambry Archer of Lubec, Maine, conducted by the students of the Audubon Expedition Institute, National Audubon Society, on October 3, 1978.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/029
AFS Number: AFS 19365-19367

Title: Austin Fife and Alta Fife Collection
Description: Nineteen 16-inch discs, 78 12-inch and 9 10-inch discs of African American, Anglo American, Hopi, Mexican American, Mormon, and Shoshone music and stories recorded in California and Utah by Alta S. Fife, Austin E. Fife, Martha Huot,M.M. Keller, Hector Lee, July 1946-April 1947 and Sept. 3, 1947-July 9, 1951. The collection includes content lists and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/028
AFS Number: AFS 8638-8724; 10368-10386

Title: Austrian Academy of Sciences Phonogrammarchiv Collection
Description: Eight 5-inch tapes of field recordings of Austrian folk music performed on zither, violin, and other instruments; folk songs, choral singing, children's songs, yodeling, hymns, funeral songs, and a recording of an Austrian wedding; plus Hungarian dances and Croatian choral singing and children's songs. Recordings were made in various locations, most between 1953 and 1957, Pech dances were recorded in 1939. Recordings are from the collections of the Austrian Academy of Sciences audiovisual research archive in Vienna. The collection was received in an exchange with the Library of Congress, and includes an interview in German with Werner Elinger conducted by Fred Oliver about the Library of Congress.
AFC Number: AFC 1959/012
AFS Number: AFS 11581-11588
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700244

Title: Austrian Good Will Group / Austrian Folksongs
Description: One 16-inch disc of "Und taut's im Tal regnen" (When it's raining in the valley), "Erzherzog Johann Jodler" (Archduke Johann Yodeler), "Wenn ich auf hohen Bergen steh" (When I stand on high mountains), and "Drunt in der Schintergruabm" (Down in the Schintergruabm), sung by the Austrian Good Will Group of Austria. Recorded at the Library of Congress by Herman Norwood, December 28, 1949. The collection includes 12 pages of correspondence and lists.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/056
AFS Number: AFS 10365

Title: Azalea Festival of the Society for the Preservation of the Negro Spiritual
Description: Four discs of the Annual Azalea Festival on radio station WEAF, featuring songs by The Society for the Preservation of the Negro Spiritual [now called The Society for the Preservation of Spirituals] of Charleston, South Carolina, 1936. The collection includes 5 pages of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/017
AFS Number: AFS 12346-12349

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Title: Bailey Brothers and the Happy Valley Gang Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape copy of 12 songs by the Bailey Brothers and the Happy Valley Gang 1948-1954 on the Canary, Rich-R-Tone and WWVA labels. The collection includes a 1-page song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/029
AFS Number: AFS 14167
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655388

Title: Ballad of the American Folklife Preservation Act sung by Bruce Collins
Description: One DAT of "The Ballad of the Folklife Preservation Act," unaccompanied song performed by Bruce Collins, words by Bruce Collins; tune "Peter Wemberley." This ballad was written into the Congressional Record, House, September 8, 1975. The ballad honors Professor Archie Green, who worked for passage of the American Folklife Preservation Act. Recorded in the Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory on June 13, 2006 by Jonathan Gold, American Folklife Center.
AFC Number: AFC 2006/052
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655378

Title: Ballads and Folk Songs Collected in Northern Hamilton County / by Ruby Duncan
Description: M.A. Thesis: University of Tennessee, August 1939. 388 pgs.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/036
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655411

Title: Ballads of the Lower Border by Americo Paredes
Description: M.A. Thesis: University of Texas, May 1953. 229 pages. Corridos-- Mexican American Border Region
AFC Number: AFC 1973/033
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655427

Title: Balmoral School of Highland Piping (Scottish) Cassette
Description: One audiocassette of the music of Mike Cusack who teaches Scottish highland piping at St. Thomas Episcopal School in Houston, Texas. The collection includes two fliers about the school and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/015

Title: Baltimore of Mount Pleasant: A Case Study of the Tradition of the Chanted Sermon in Virginia by E. Henry Willett, III
Description: Thesis (M.A.), 1975--Western Kentucky University
AFC Number: AFC 1979/019
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659964

Title: Barbara Bell Recordings
Description: Three 12-inch and three 16-inch discs of an interview with and songs performed by Barbara Bell of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax and Arthur Semmig, January 1942. The collection includes correspence and musical transcriptions.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/010
AFS Number: AFS 6089-6091; 6311-6313
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655347

Title: Barbara Berch Jamison / Score of "Sally and Tom," a Folk Opera
Description: A folk opera written by Barbara Berch Jamison in honor of Thomas Jefferson's 250th birthday.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/016

Title: Barbara Dane Collection
Description: Forty-three 10-inch, 80 7-inch, and 35 5-inch tapes containing events, instrumentals, interviews, and songs. Recorded primarily by and for Barbara Dane and Irwin Silber at various locations in Canada and the United States, 1952-78, including the "Sing Out!" radio program on WBAI-FM, New York City. The collection includes 1.5 linear inches of content lists (from original tape boxes), correspondence, notes, and partial transcripts. Note: the logs are incomplete. Keywords: Protest music, Vietnam War, anti-war songs, folk revival, topical songs.
AFC Number: AFC 1980/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655230

Title: Barbara Dane Collection of Jim Garland Songs
Description: One audiocassette of 4 songs composed and sung with guitar by Jim Garland of Arjay, Kentucky, and 1 song sung by a Western Kentucky coal miner. Recorded in 1977 and sent to Barbara Dane by Jim Garland. The collection includes 3 pages of notes, a song list, and a transcription.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/044
AFS Number: AFS 24260
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655408

Title: Barbara Krader Collection of Albanian Folk Songs
Description: One 10-inch tape of Albanian folk songs from pressings. Recorded ca. 1950s.
AFC Number: AFC 1959/005
AFS Number: AFS 11474

Title: Barbara Krader Collection of Serbian, Macedonian Yugoslavian Songs and Dances
Description: Folk music of Yugoslavia. Recorded by Barbara Krader. Her recordings were done "in the region of Sumadija, north Serbia; in the environs of Leskovac, south of Nis in East serbia; and in northern Macedonia, from ethnic groups of Serbian origin. In all these cases wedding songs were sought in preference to other material, but some other ritual songs were recorded in Sumadija, and some epic songs were recorded in Macedonia in Staro Nagoricino and Brazda. From the professional Macedonian folklore ensemble I recorded in Skopje songs of various sorts, and dances..." "Seven tapes are of the Opatija Festival, seven are field recordings from Macedonia, two are recordings of the professional folk ensembles of Macedonia, made in the town of Skopje, two tapes are field recordings in the area of Leskovac, one is a field recording from Sumadija, and tape No. 20 is probably from Sumadija as well. Tape 21 was a gift to me from Dr. Petar Guberina of the University of Zagreb, in 1953. It contains field recordings, but of professional quality, of ritual songs and speech from Susak, in Croatia, a region of one of the most archaic dialects in Yugoslavia."
AFC Number: AFC 1960/008
AFS Number: AFS 11720-11727

Title: Barre Toelken Photographs Collection
Description: Nine black-and-white photographs of string games taken by Barre Toelken in Eugene, Oregon, 1977. The girl who is executing the string figures is Patsy Bedonie (Navajo), aged 14 when the photos were taken. The other pair of hands belong to Barre's daughter Chiyo Toelken, also aged about 14. String designs are: cats cradles, big star (from Navajo tradition), a constellation, and a representation of a moving snake.
AFC Number: AFC 1988/011

Title: Barry C. Brower / "History of Bluegrass" Excerpts Collection
Description: One audiocassette of excerpts, compiled by donor, of his radio broadcasts on the evolution of bluegrass.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/015

Title: Barry Lee Pearson Collection of Reverend O.C. Matthews Recordings
Description: One hundred seventy-five discs of religious music, sermons, and some demo discs for commercial groups, primarily African American, apparently recorded by Rev. O.[Otis] C. Matthews. Some recordings may have been intended for radio broadcast, some were recorded from radio broadcasts (e.g., the Joe Louis-Jersey Joe Walcott fight)
AFC Number: AFC 1980/005

Title: Bascom Lamar Lunsford / "Rambling Introductory" Manuscript Collection
Description: Unpublished manuscript by Bascom Lamar Lunsford, dated January 19, 1934. It describes his song collecting activities and the specific circumstances in which he collected various songs. The document also includes comments on the Asheville Folk Festival (later named the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival) which he managed in Asheville, North Carolina. Lunsford describes the document as a "rambling introductory" and it is intended as an introduction to a publication which would have included 3000 song texts he collected.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/071

Title: Bascom Lamar Lunsford Collection
Description: Sixty-four 12-inch discs of instrumentals and songs performed by Bascom Lamar Lunsford of Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded in 1935. Duplicated from the George W. Hibbitt-William Cabell Greet Columbia Collection by Charles Seeger in 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1938/006
AFS Number: AFS 1778-1841
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655452

Title: Bascom Lamar Lunsford Recording Project, 1949
Description: Forty-five 16-inch discs of Lamar's folk song repertory of instrumentals, monologs, and songs performed by Bascom Lamar Lunsford of Leicester, North Carolina. Recorded at the Library of Congress by Duncan Emrich, March 17-25, 1949.
AFC Number: AFC 1949/010
AFS Number: AFS 9474-9518
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655404

Title: Bascom Lamar Lunsford Recordings, 1947
Description: One 16-inch and one 12-inch disc of "Swannanoa Tunnel," "Mr. Garfield," "Banks of Ohio," "Death of Queen Jane," "Springfield Mountain," "I Wish I was a Mole," "Jennie Jenkins," and "Little Margaret," performed with banjo by Bascom Lamar Lunsford of Leicester, North Carolina. Recorded in Hollywood, California, by Ralph Auf Der Heide, April 14, 1947.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/101
AFS Number: AFS 9124-9125
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655327

Title: Basil Fomeen Collection
Description: Two-manual 120-bass piano accordion from the Basil Fomeen Collection acquired by the Library of Congress in June of 1983 after Fomeen's death. Fomeen was a Russian-born composer, accordionist, and orchestra leader who performed in both mainstream and Russian emigre communities of New York City and the eastern seaboard between the 1920s and the 1950s, recording for the RCA Victor, Standard, Seva, National, and Decca labels. The collection, which included sheet music and music manuscripts, photographs, diaries, scrapbooks, correspondence, and instruments, was dispersed to the Music, Recorded Sound, and Motion Picture divisions within the Library of Congress. The Archive of Folk Culture retained only the accordion.
AFC Number: AFC 1983/013

Title: Basketry Workshop Collection
Description: Panel discussion on white oak basketry sponsored by the American Folklife Center. Panel members include Peggy Bulger, Lucreaty Clark, Rosemary Joyce, Ormond Loomis, and Dwight Stump. Recorded in Madison Assembly Room of the Library of Congress, April 8, 1982.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22493

Title: Basque Culture in the Western United States, Lecture by Maria-Carmen RA. Gambliel
Description: Benjamin Botkin Folklife Lecture 2004 July 16. Maria-Carmen RA. Gambliel, Director of the Folk and Traditional Arts Program, Idaho Commission on the Arts, lectures on the history of Basque pioneers in Idaho, Basque identity in the United States, the Basque Museum and Cultural Center in Boise, Idaho, and Basque traditions including music, dances, and language.
AFC Number: AFC 2004/044
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2007700204

Title: BBC American Cowboy Exhibition Collection
Description: Transcript of a BBC Radio documentary program "Round Up on Capitol Hill" concerning American Cowboy exhibit. Produced by John Powell, presented by Christopher Frayling, with Nolan Porterfield, Bryon Dippie and Lonn Taylor (curator American Cowboy exhibit). "Cowboys" Leon Coffee, J. Erickson, D. Jeakins, and Les Stewart; Newsman Boris Weintraub and President Ronald Reagan; and Carl Fleischhauer. The collection includes a script for the program.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/013
AFS Number: AFS 24207

Title: BBC Collection of Folk Music of the British Isles and Ireland
Description: Forty-six 12-inch discs of field recordings of instrumentals on fiddle, concertina, tin whistle, accordion, drum, and other instruments; songs; and customs, including mummer's plays, sword dances, morris dances, and hobby horse ceremonies, recorded in Great Britain and Ireland by various collectors, 1943-1949, for the British Broadcasting Corporation. Some captains of the English mumming and dance groups were interviewed about their traditions. The collection includes song lists and correspondence (dated 1949-1952) between Marie T. Slocombe of the British Broadcasting Corporation and Duncan Emrich of the Archive of Folk Song, Library of Congress, about the BBC's folk music collections and exchanges with the Library of Congress.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/032
AFS Number: AFS 9917-9962
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655345

Title: BBC Recordings of British Folk Music and Customs
Description: Ten 10-inch and seven 12-inch discs of selections from the British Broadcasting Company's collection of field recordings documenting customs in Great Britain for Whit Monday, May Day, and Twelfth-tide; dances, a mumming play, instrumentals, ballads, and songs, originally recorded in Northern Ireland; Scotland; Wales; Cornwall, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Lincolnshire, Oxfordshire, North Yorkshire, and Somerset by various collectors from 1937-1946. Collection includes list of titles with descriptions of the recordings. The collection includes 10 pages of lists.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/091
AFS Number: AFS 9011-9027
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655313

Title: Beautiful Bridge: Crossing the Span Between Oral Tradition and the Written Creative Word, Lecture by Frank Delaney
Description: Benjamin Botkin Folklife Lecture series. Frank Delaney, author of "Ireland: A Novel," describes storytelling in traditional Irish communities, making connections between myth, saga, and legend and 20th-century Irish writers. Delaney was introduced by Scott Simon, NPR host. Recorded in the Mumford Room, James Madison Building, Library of Congress on August 23, 2005 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/039
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2007700227

Title: Bela Bartok Recordings of Folk Music of Hungary
Description: One 7-inch tape of folk music of Hungary. Originally recorded on cylinders by Bela Bartok in the 1910s, duplicated by Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest, Hungary.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/007
AFS Number: AFS 12307
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700441

Title: Belgian National Institute for Radio-Broadcasting / Belgian Music
Description: Four 10-inch tapes of ethnic music recorded at various locations in Belgium by the Belgian National Institute for Radio-Broadcasting, sometime before June 1964. The collection includes two pages of lists. "Ethnischen Musick voor Library Congress of Washington. Platen Bezorgd aan Verschillende Landen, Instituten en Universiteiten als Gift via de Heer Swaehepoel."
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12092-12095

Title: Ben Gray Lumpkin / International Folk Music Council Songfest Collection
Description: One 7-inch tape of informal recordings of various participants in the International Folk Music Council Conference, including Sam Eskin, singing and speaking. Recorded in Bloomington, Indiana, by Ben Gray Lumpkin, July 17-21, 1950. The collection includes 10 pages of correspondence, logs, and a photocopy of the conference schedule.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22193

Title: Ben Stonehill Duplication Project
Description: Nine 10-inch tapes of songs of European Jewish immigrants, including Originally recorded on wire in New York City by Benjamin Stonehill, 1948. The collection includes one-eighth linear inch of song lists and notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12365-12373

Title: Bengt Olsson Collection of Arab, Lapp, Gypsy, and Blues Music
Description: Two 5-inch tapes of music of Saudi Arabia, Lapland, Roma (Gypsy) music in Europe, and Negro blues. Music from Arabia (on Swedish radio); music from Jojkar (Lapland), also on Swedish radio. Music as performed at a gypsy celebration in late May in memory of Black Sarah (recorded live at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer); also Manitas de Plata and family recording for Swedish TV. Flamenco from Malaga. Guitar Nubbit (Boston, Massachusetts); Rosa Lee Hill (daughter of Sid Hemphill); Furry Lewis, Charlie Burse, Will Shade, Sleepy John Estes, Abe McNeil -- George Mitchell and Roger Brown recordings in Memphis 1962-63; Joe Callicott (Nesbit, Mississippi); Jim Bunkley (Geniver, Georgia). The collection includes correspondence and content summaries of the recordings.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/021
AFS Number: AFS 14514-14515
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655228

Title: Bengt Olsson Recordings of Memphis Boogie Woogie
Description: One 5-inch tape of Negro boogie woogie and other folk music recorded 1968-1969 in Memphis, Tennessee, by Bengt Olsson and Karl Gert Zur Heide. The collection includes one folder of logs and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/030
AFS Number: AFS 14168
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655389

Title: Benjamin A. Botkin Duplication Project
Description: Four 10-inch tapes of White and Negro folk music and folklore recorded 1949 in North Carolina and South Carolina by B. A. Botkin. Includes Artus Moser and Bascom Lamar Lunsford. Also air checks of Foggy Mountain boys and church services. The field trip that resulted in these recordings was made to gather material for Botkin’s Treasury of Southern Folklore. Most of the tapes were recorded in upcountry North Carolina and South Carolina, especially in the regions of Asheville and Columbia. The collection includes ten pages of descriptive notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/015
AFS Number: AFS 14083-14086
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655366

Title: Benjamin A. Botkin Duplication Project, 1950-1958
Description: Four 10-inch tapes of narratives, radio programs, and songs recorded in California, Colorado, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Washington, and Washington, D.C., by Benjamin A. Botkin and the Voice of America, 1949-58. The collection includes five pages of notes. Includes Botkin's Western trip of 1950, Voice of America folklore programs; air checks from ca. 1952-53 including a program honoring Carl Sandburg's 75th birthday; and selections from Botkin's southern U.S. trip of 1949. Keywords: Bascom Lamar Lunsford; Sterling Brown. Includes an interview with Mody Boatright and Arthur Campa.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/042
AFS Number: AFS 14218-14221
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655204

Title: Berkeley Folk Festival, 1960
Description: Five 7-inch tapes of the 1960 Berkeley Folk Festival. Recorded in Berkeley, California, June 30-July 2, 1960. Included are work songs, cowboy songs, and religious music, and five workshops. Participants include Slim Critchlow, Sam Hinton, John A. Lomax, Jr., Ewan MacColl, New Lost City Ramblers, Sandy Paton, Barry Olivier, and Peggy Seeger. The collection includes 12 pages of documentation.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19450-19454

Title: Berline, Crary, Hickman / [part of 1986 Neptune Plaza Concert Series Collection]
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of bluegrass vocal and instrumental music performed by Byron Berline (fiddle), Dan Crary (guitar), and John Hickman (banjo) in concert at the Library of Congress Neptune Plaza, April 24, 1986. First in a series of concerts presented by the American Folklife Center in cooperation with the National Council for Traditional Arts to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the American Folklife Center. Recorded by Pete Reiniger.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/037
AFS Number: AFS 24234-24236

Title: Bernard Keiler Collection of Bolivian Recordings
Description: Six 12-inch discs of twenty-nine Bolivian folk songs, including the music of the Aymara Indians, the Quechua Indians, and the natives of the Bolivian tropics. Recorded in the regions of Tajani, Tarabuco, and Tarija, Bolivia, by Bernard Keiler, December 1946-August 1948. The collection includes four pages with descriptions of each song, including details of the recording, instrumentation, and melodic transcriptions, written by Keiler and Oscar Arranibar.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/009
AFS Number: AFS 9774-9779
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655350

Title: Bernard Zaidman "Tales from the Dark Corner" Collection
Description: Eleven 7-inch tapes and 28 audiocassettes of music and oral histories documenting the "Dark Corner" region of South Carolina. The collection includes 63 color slides and mounted captioned photographs, 1 volume of transcripts, and 1 map.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/021
AFS Number: AFS 26231-26269

Title: Bess Lomax Collection of Bund Songs
Description: Six 10-inch discs of Bund songs donated by Bess Lomax of the Office of War Information, New York City. Recordings are from Germany.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 9789-9794

Title: Betty Bush Winger Manuscript Collection
Description: Songs, religious plays and tracts, stories, folksongs, correspondence with Duncan Emrich. Keyword: West Virginia [R.W. Gordon finding aid says the following about this collection: Two collections of ca. 125 songs obtained from Betty Bush Winger, Point Pleasant, West Virginia, including black songs from Miss Winger's home in the Ozark region of Missouri. Manuscript II corresponds with ca. 25 recordings made by R.W. Gordon at Point Pleasant, 1931-32. Indexed. Typescripts in Archive; recordings presumably in Archive.
AFC Number: AFC 1946/001

Title: Beverly Underwood / Bill Vernon--Mike Seeger Interview Collection
Description: The program was part of a retrospective series on Folkways Records after the death of its founder, Moses Asch. This 1-hour segment was broadcast over WVTF-FM, Roanoke, Virginia, on September 9, 1987, when it was recorded by the donor. Its interest lies in Seeger's detailed recollections of the artists on some of his field recordings for the ten LPs he edited for Folkways. The artists named and heard are Gaither Carlton, Hillary Dickens (Hazel Dickens's father), the New Lost City Ramblers, Seeger himself, the Stanley Brothers, Uncle Bunt Stephens, Ernest "Pop" Stoneman, and Wade Ward. Also heard is an unnamed trio playing three Jew's harps.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/001

Title: Beyond the Commons: The Expanision of the Irish Music Rights Organisation, The Elimination of Uncertainty, and the Politics of Enclosure by Anthony McCann
Description: Dissertation: University of Limerick. January 2002.
AFC Number: AFC 2002/026
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655397

Title: Bill Bonyan / Harry Garfield Duplication Project
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of maritime folklore and reminiscences by Harry Garfield, who served aboard a ship off the southeast coast of Africa. Recorded with Bill Bonyan, place unknown, in 1954. The collection also includes songs by Florida high school girls describing their work in the tobacco growing industry in Connecticut, recorded by Bill Bonyan in Manchester, Connecticut, in the late 1950s.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 20109-20110

Title: Bill Lear Demonstration Record
Description: One 7-inch tape of country songs written and sung with guitar accompaniment by Bill Lear. Recorded in Memphis, Tennessee, 1977. The collection includes 5 pages of correspondence and song lists.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19342

Title: Bill Martin Song Manuscript Collection
Description: Two manuscript boxes of words to 2,515 popular and traditional songs that comprise the personal repertory of the donor, Bill Martin, of Birmingham, Alabama. Includes song title index.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/043

Title: Bill Moyers' Journal Interview with Pete Seeger
Description: Interview of Pete Seeger by Bill Moyers on the "Bill Moyers' Journal" TV program, May 20, 1994. They converse at Seeger's Beacon Hill, New York, home overlooking the Hudson River. Interspliced is footage of Seeger performing around the Hudson Valley area and archival footage from his performances from the 1940s to the 1980s.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/076

Title: Bill Prindle / Dordan Collection of Traditional Irish Music
Description: One audiocassette of classically influenced traditional Irish music performed by Dordan, a group of musicians from Galway, Ireland. The members are Mary Bergin (whistle and wooden flute), Kathleen Loughnane (harp), and Dearbhaill Standun (violin). The collection includes a log.
AFC Number: AFC 1992/003

Title: Bjorngjeld Family Collection
Description: Two cassettes of instrumentals and songs by the Bjorngjeld family, recorded in Minnesota, November 1986, and Columbus, North Dakota, 1956-60. The collection includes a 2-page list of 63 instrumentals and songs, 11 pages of notes, and an article about the family. Bjorngjeld Family Reunion Band in concert at the Homestead Pickin Parlor [ Richfield, MN, November 22, 1986); and Dulono's, November 29, 1986), Minneapolis, Minnesota. Selections recorded include country music, Scandinavian dance music, bluegrass, gospel, and ballads [ recorded by Arthur J. Bjorngjeld?] Bjorngjeld Family "homemade recordings": sample of records and tapes recorded at home [location unknown] during the 1950s and 1960s. Musicians include Clarence Bjorngjeld (harmonica and vocals), Ervin Bjorngjeld (tenor banjo), Alfred Bjorngjeld (piano accordian), Borghild Person (guitar and vocals), Olga Hanson (mandolin and vocals).
AFC Number: AFC 1987/005
AFS Number: AFS 24362-24363

Title: Blaine Stubblefield Recordings
Description: One disc of "Bryan O'Lynn" and "Poor Miner" sung by Blaine Stubblefield of Idaho. Recorded in Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, January 1939.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 1848

Title: Blake Robinson / Somali Poetry, Songs, and Dance Collection
Description: Eight 7-inch tapes of poetry, songs, and dances of Somaliland. Donated by U.S.I.A. Recorded by Blake W. Robinson, August 2-4, 1959. Keyword: Somalia
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 11923-11930

Title: Blanton Owen and Tom Carter Appalachian Music and Interviews Collection
Description: Two hundred and thirty-three reels (7-inch and 1 5-inch) of recordings of instrumental music, singing, whistling, and stories, from oldtime musicians of the mountains of North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee. Recorded in 1973 and 1974 by Tom Carter and Blanton Owen, and containing some items dubbed from earlier commercial broadcasts. Includes Country music: instrumental (autoharp, banjo, dulcimer, fife, guitar, hammered dulcimer, Hawaiian guitar, Jew's harp, mandolin, piano) and vocal music (including ballads and whistling) and interviews. The collection includes logs and photos.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/024
AFS Number: AFS 18474-18706
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655356

Title: Blanton Owen Collection of Tommy Jarrell and Fred Cockerham Recordings
Description: Three 7-inch reels containing tunes played by Tommy Jarrell of Toast, North Carolina, B.F. Jarrell, and Fred Cockerham of Low Gap, North Carolina. Recorded at Fred Cockerham’s home in Low Gap, by Blanton and Malcolm Owen and Eric Olson, December 20, 1969. The collection includes one folder of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/026
AFS Number: AFS 14161-14163
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655385

Title: Blanton Owen Duplication Project
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of instrumentals and songs recorded in Virginia and West Virginia primarily by Blanton and Malcolm Owen, June 29 September 14, 1969. The collection includes eleven black-and-white photographs and six pages of fieldnotes and lists. Performers include John Hilt, Arthur Hilt, Taylor Kimball, Frank Austin, Oscar Wright.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/018
AFS Number: AFS 14091-14093
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655379

Title: Blanton Owen Fiddle Recordings
Description: Twelve 7-inch tapes of instrumentals performed on banjo, fiddle, and guitar, and religious songs recorded in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia by Blanton Owen, summer-fall 1970. The collection includes a 9-page list. Includes religious songs from a Primitive Baptist church in North Carolina.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14303-14314

Title: Blue Ridge Institute Carter Family Broadcast Collection
Description: One 7-inch tape of radio program about the Carter family. Written and produced by Kip Lornell under the direction of Roddy Moore, for the "Folk Music in Virginia" series; includes interviews with Joe and Janette Carter. Project was funded by an NEA grant to Virginia Western Community College and the Blue Ridge Institute of Ferrum College, and was produced under the auspices of WVWR, Roanoke, Virginia. The collection includes a log.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/021

Title: Blue Ridge Parkway Folklife Project Collection
Description: Field survey of various aspects of traditional life, work, and expression along the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina and Virginia. Recorded by Thomas A. Adler, Lyntha Scott Eiler, Terry Eiler, Carl Fleischhauer, Alan Jabbour, Geraldine Johnson, Richard McCamant, Wallace Macnow, Howard W. Marshall, Patrick B. Mullen, Blanton Owen, Margaret Counts Owen, and George Price, Jr., under the coordination of Charles K. Wolfe, in August-September 1978. Sponsored by the American Folklife Center and the National Park Service. Collection includes substantial photographic and manuscript documentation; also some video recording of dance. Includes children's games and hand-claps.
AFC Number: AFC 1982/009
AFS Number: AFS 21363-21829
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695008

Title: Blue Sky Boys Duplication Project
Description: Eight 10-inch tapes of country vocal and instrumental music by the Blue Sky Boys: A. Bolick (mandolin), Earl Bolick (guitar), Curly Parker (fiddle). The collection includes logs.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/052
AFS Number: AFS 17971-17978
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2007700269

Title: Bob Carlin Our Musical Heritage Collection
Description: Copies of a series of radio broadcasts of various ethnic musics and effects on the development of music in the United States. Most selections taken from the holdings of the Archive of Folk Culture. Produced and hosted by Bob Carlin for station WHYY-FM, Philadelphia. Funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/002
AFS Number: AFS 24278-24284

Title: Bob Ferguson / Glacier Park Indian Disc Collection
Description: Three songs by Glacier Park Indians (Blackfoot Tribe). Test pressings from stampers of Victor disc 17611, which was originally recorded at Victor Studios in New York, May 23, 1914.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22490-22491

Title: Book of Lives: Drashot Given during the High Holy Days by Members of the Traditional Minyan at Sinai Temple, Champaign Illinois collected by Ray Spooner
Description: Collection of drashot, or talks or speeches given at high holy day services, collected and published by Ray Spooner from members of his community, Sinai Temple, Champaign, Illinois. Published by Urbana, Ill.: Been There, Done That Publications, copyright 2004. Includes torah and haftorah readings for the high holy days, in Hebrew and English. Many of the selections include family histories and personal experiences of the contributers, illustrated with color portraits and family photographs.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/044
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655272

Title: Brazilian Woodcut Prints Collection
Description: Eleven large Brazilian woodcut prints, 10 by J. Borges (José Francisco Borges), signed and dated 1997 and 1998; and one by Erivaldo (Erivaldo Silva), 1995. The J. Borges prints were donated to the Library of Congress as a "Gift to the Nation" during the Library of Congress Bicentennial by Ambassador of Brazil, Rubens Barbosa, November 16. 1999.
AFC Number: AFC 1999/033

Title: Brevard County, Florida, Oral History Video Project, 1992
Description: The Brevard County Oral History Video Project, under the direction of Nancy Yasecko of Vanguard Productions of Merritt Island, Florida, documented and preserved the regional, occupational, and ethnic heritage of Brevard County, Florida, through videotaped interviews of long-time residents. The interviews are with a variety of individuals who through personal reminiscence bring life to the history of Brevard County, spanning a range of time and subjects from "Old Florida to the Space Age." Interviews are with a publisher, a space industry worker, a bookkeeper, a doctor's daughter, a postman, a cattleman, a courthouse worker, a developer's daughter, a fisherman's daughter, and a school teacher.
AFC Number: AFC 1995/034
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655363

Title: Brian Yamakoshi / Koto Concert
Description: Concert by Brian Yamakoshi, composer and koto master. Sponsored by the Library of Congress as part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, May 7, 2001.
AFC Number: AFC 2001/027

Title: Brierfield Ironworks Collection on Alabama Fiddlers
Description: Twenty-four 7-inch tapes of Alabama old-time fiddlers performing tunes for collector Joyce Cauthen, who planned to use selections of the material for an LP. Various accompanists. Sponsored by Brierfield Ironworks park with additional funding from the Alabama State Council on the Arts. Project Director: Joyce Cauthen. Folklorist: Joey Brackner. Record album produced from tapes Possum up a Gum Stump: Home, Field, and Commercial Recordings of Alabama Fiddlers Past and Present, 1988. Originals at the Department of Manuscripts and Archives of the Birmingham Public Library.
AFC Number: AFC 1988/015
AFS Number: AFS 26177-26200

Title: Brownie McNeil Collection of Southern Texas Recordings
Description: Twenty-five 12-inch discs of corridos and other songs and dance music recorded in south Texas by Norman Laird "Brownie" McNeil, 1942. The collection includes correspondence. Keywords: Mexican American, Spanish
AFC Number: AFC 1943/008
AFS Number: AFS 6742-6766
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700222

Title: Bruce A. McLeod / Role of the Flute in Afro-American Music of the U.S.: An Historical Survey and Analysis
Description: M.A. Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 1976. Microfilm Number: 97/1117.
AFC Number: Unassigned
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97207939

Title: Bruce Bastin and Richard K. Spottswood Collection of Frank Hovington Recordings
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of Frank Hovington, Negro singer and guitar and banjo player recorded at his Frederica, Delaware, home by Bruce Bastin and Richard K. Spottswood, July 5-6, 1975 (see also AFS 18,725-31).
AFC Number: AFC 1977/012
AFS Number: AFS 18943-18944

Title: Bruce Bastin and Richard K. Spottswood Recordings of Frank Hovington
Description: Seven 7-inch tapes of Frank Hovington, Negro singer and guitar and banjo player recorded at his Frederica, Delaware, home by Bruce Bastin and Richard K. Spottswood, July 5-6, 1975.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/031
AFS Number: AFS 18725-18731

Title: Bruce Jackson Collection of Negro Texas Prison Songs, Demonstration Tape
Description: One 5-inch tape of Negro work songs recorded in Texas prisons by Bruce Jackson, 1966[?].
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13047

Title: Bruce Jackson Negro Texas Prison Songs
Description: Five 10-inch tapes of Negro work songs and others recorded in Texas prisons by Bruce Jackson, 1965-1966.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13042-13046

Title: Bruce Jackson Texas Prison Songs
Description: One 7-inch tape of Negro penitentiary worksongs, blues and religious songs. Recorded by Bruce Jackson in Texas, summer 1964. The collection includes three pages of logs and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/011
AFS Number: AFS 12318
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700438

Title: Bruce Kaplan / Blue Sky Boys Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape of two songs by the Blue Sky Boys recorded in concert at the University of Illinois, October 17, 1964, by Bruce Kaplan. (?)
AFC Number: AFC 1975/017
AFS Number: AFS 17486

Title: Bruce Rosenberg Duplication Project
Description: Twelve 10-inch tapes of American folk sermons, white and black, including live recordings and air checks. Recorded by Bruce A. Rosenberg, 1967-68. The collection includes a brief list of contents.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14557-14568

Title: Bruce Rosenberg Duplication Project, Part II
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of Negro sermons recorded by Bruce A. Rosenberg ca. 1968. Sermons by Rev. Hays, Lockett, Manner, Marcia Proctor (?), Grooms (?) Broadcasts on WELK-Charlottesville, Virginia. See also 14,557-68
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14586-14587

Title: Buddhist Music and Dance in Contemporary Taiwan by Li-Hua Ho
Description: Ph.D. Thesis, University of Sheffield, Department of Music, 2009, with 2 audio CDs and 1 DVD; thesis in English. Submitted December 2008, bound in 2 volumes.
AFC Number: AFC 2011/007
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655254

Title: Built with Faith: Place Making and the Religious Imagination in Italian New York, Lecture by Joseph Sciorra
Description: Video recording and photographs of a lecture delivered by Joseph Sciorra in the Mary Pickford Theater, Library of Congress, on September 23, 2009, as part of the Benjamin Botkin Folklife Lecture lecture series. He describes how Italian Americans create and use vernacular architecture, material culture, and ceremonial display, such as yard shrines, sidewalk altars, Christmas displays, and other creative productions to transform everyday urban space in New York City into unique, communal sites of religiosity. The lecture is illustrated by color slides.
AFC Number: AFC 2009/012
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655478

Title: Bureau of American Ethnology Transfers / American Indian Recordings
Description: Twenty-one 10-inch tapes copied from one hundred and ten discs of American Indian recordings from the Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian of Luiseño Mission Indian songs recorded by John P. Harrington in Southern California, 1930-1941. 12 discs of Aleut Indians recorded by John P. Harrington; 4 discs of Cherokee Indian material; 6 discs of Chumash Indian material (California), recorded by George Henley, 1912-1914; and 1 disc of Hopi Indian dance chants dubbed from Victor 20043.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15403-15423

Title: Burl Ives Recordings of Bawdy American Folk Songs and Ballads
Description: One 16-inch disc of American folk songs and ballads recorded by Burl Ives. Recorded in the Studio of the Recording Laboratory, March 1, 1950.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/055
AFS Number: AFS 10364

Title: Burl Ives: Story and Song Collection
Description: One videocassette of a television program featuring Burl Ives in a concert sponsored at the Library of Congress, September 21, 1989, for the Year of the Young Reader, by the Center for the Book. Includes portions of an interview with Joe Hickerson, filmed in the Folklife Reading Room, as well as shots of some of the Burl Ives material in the Archive of Folk Culture. Also includes an interview with Dick Cerri. Produced by Dave Gallagher[?], 1989.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/003

Title: Burt Feintuch Northumberland Collection
Description: Musical performances by and interviews with traditional and revivalist musicians and instrument makers in Northumberland, England. Recorded by Burt Feintuch in a variety of settings in the summer of 1986. Emphasizes country dance music played on Northumbrian small pipes, fiddles, accordions, flutes, and mouth harps by such performers as Forster Charlton, Johnny Handle, Joe Hutton, Tommy Breckons, and others.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/001

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Title: C.J.S. Durham Collection
Description: One 10-inch tape of reminiscences of Mr. Mann Sharper, an 80-year old Negro living in Fairfax County, Virginia. Recorded at the Library of Congress, October 1951.
AFC Number: AFC 1952/020
AFS Number: AFS 10500

Title: Cal Kowal / Interview of Joe "Mr. Spoons" Jones
Description: One 7-inch tape of an interview and demonstrations of spoon playing by Joe "Mr. Spoons" Jones. Recorded by Cal Kowal in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1975. The collection includes twenty-six pages of articles, correspondence, and lists as well as _A Book Full of Spoons_ by Cal Kowal, which includes a 45-rpm disc of spoon playing by Mr. Jones. Tape complements manuscript in Archive from Mr. Kowal.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/025
AFS Number: AFS 19257

Title: Cal Kowal / Joe Jones "Mr. Spoons" Collection
Description: 45-rpm recording, photos, and booklet about Joe Jones "Mr. Spoons."
AFC Number: AFC 1976/005

Title: Caldwell P. Smith Recordings of Ugandan Lango Music
Description: One 10-inch tape of field recordings of Lango percussion reed music, drum music, flute music, dancing, women's drumming and dancing, and Lango songs. Recorded in Lango District, Uganda, by Caldwell P. Smith on May 27-28, 1954. The collection includes 10 pages of typed descriptive notes and brief translations of the titles by Caldwell P. Smith, plus correspondence of Smith with staff at the Library of Congress, 1953-1955.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/022
AFS Number: AFS 14109
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655382

Title: California and Tennessee Recordings
Description: Six 7-inch tapes of Anglo American ballads, songs, and tales recorded in Tennessee by Jerome Wenker, 1961; songs sung in Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, and Spanish recorded in California by Norine Dresser, Spring 1970; and German instrumentals and songs recorded in California by Eileen Marrison, 1971. The collection includes six pages of lists and was obtained from the Archive of California and Western Folklore at the University of California Los Angeles.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/016
AFS Number: AFS 18074-18079

Title: California Indian music samplers from the Lowie Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Description: Five audiocassettes of American Indian songs recorded in California for the Lowie Museum on Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley. Included are Cahuilla songs sung by a group from Agna Calienta led by Joe Patencio; Hupa songs sung by Ewing Davis, Stan Long, Ernest Marshall, Glen Moore, and Sam Smoker; Kashia songs sung by Sidney and Essie Parrish; Miwok songs sung by Chief Leme; Panamint songs sung by Ivan Hansen; Pomo songs sung by Joe Augustine, Leland Fullwider, and Bill Graves; Tachi Yokut songs sung by Josie Atwell, O. Atwell, Clara Barrios, Emma Cheepo, Leon Manuel Maggie Marvin, May Sample, and Sam Sample; Tolowa songs sung by Sam Lopez and Ed Richards; West Mono songs sung by Emma Cheepo and Maggie Marvin; Wintun songs sung by Jim Brown, Leland Fullwinder, and Sam Lopez; and Yurok songs sung by Ewing Davis, Stan Long, Ernest Marshall, Glen Moore, and Sam Smoker. The collection includes 7 pages of logs and notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19886-19890

Title: Canadian Folk and Indian Music: A Lecture by Dr. Marius Barbeau
Description: Six 16-inch discs of a lecture by Marius Barbeau on French Canadian and Indian folk music and folksong collecting. Recorded in Coolidge Auditorium at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1948. The collection includes a 4-page log. Keywords: North American Indian, French-Canadian, Canada
AFC Number: AFC 1948/105
AFS Number: AFS 9135-9140A
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655331

Title: Capt. F.M. Van Natter Collection of American Legion Post Recordings
Description: Nine 12-inch discs of songs and spoken word from the radio broadcast "The American Legion Post" hosted by Capt. F. M. Van Natter. This program features George Field's Spiritual Singers; a Scottish bagpiper playing tunes to the poetry of Robert Burns; and French folk songs from Vincennes, Indiana, including "Au bois," "Au clair de la lune," "Varsouvienne," "Grand'mère se plaint," and "Alouette." Recorded at radio station WAOV, Vincennes, Indiana, 1943-1944. The collection contains three pages of correspondence and a partial transcript. [AFS 8213-8216A: George Field's Spiritual Singers, Dec. 5, 1943; AFS 8216B-8217: bagpiper Walter E. Shaw on Robert Burns, Jan. 23, 1944.]
AFC Number: AFC 1948/014
AFS Number: AFS 8213-8221

Title: Captain Pearl R. Nye Collection
Description: Twenty-two 12-inch discs containing songs with commentary, sung and spoken by Captain Pearl R. Nye. Recorded in Akron, Ohio, by John A. Lomax, June 26-28, 1937. The collection includes five linear inches of correspondence, notes, and textual transcriptions; seven photos; and one reel of microfilm (MUSIC-12) containing photos and transcriptions. Portions of this collection have been published by the Library of Congress on recording number AFS L51, _The Ballad Hunter: John A. Lomax: Parts V & VI_.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/002
AFS Number: AFS 1001-1009; 1603-1615
Online Presentation: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/collafc.af000019
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004447752

Title: Captain Richard Maitland Recordings of Sea Shanties
Description: Nineteen 12-inch discs of thirty-six sea shanties sung by Captain Richard Maitland. Recorded at Sailors Snug Harbor, Staten Island, New York City, by Alan Lomax, May 1939. The collection includes one-eighth linear inch of correspondence and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1939/011
AFS Number: AFS 2515-2533
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700320

Title: Carl B. Johnson Duplication Project
Description: One 10-inch tape of Navajo music originally recorded on cylinders in New Mexico by Geoffrey O'Hara, ca. 1914.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/014
AFS Number: AFS 14078
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655373

Title: Carl Fleischhauer / Hammons Family Duplication Project
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of instrumentals, songs, and stories performed on banjo and fiddle, spoken, and sung by members of the Hammons family. Recorded in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, by Carl Fleischhauer, May 5, 1973. The collection includes two pages of a concordance and list.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15595-15596

Title: Carl Fleischhauer / Hammons Family Recollections Collection
Description: One cassette of an interview with Carl Fleischhauer concerning his fieldwork with the Hammons family of Pocahontas County, West Virginia. Conducted and recorded by Gerald E. Parsons at the Library of Congress, July 13, 1978. The collection includes four pages of lists and a photocopy of the cassette label.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/035
AFS Number: AFS 22158

Title: Carl Fleischhauer / Melvin Wine Collection
Description: Two hundred forty-four manuscript pages and 36 audio tapes primarily concerned with Melvin Wine, but also contain materials on Jean Ritchie of Viper, Kentucky; black banjo player Clarence Tross of Hardy County, West Virginia; Senator Robert C. Byrd of Raleigh County, West Virginia; the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys of Pocahontas County, West Virginia; Andrew J. Boarman of Berkeley County, West Virginia; the origins of the fiddle tune, "Elzick's Farewell;" and the John Henry Memorial Foundation. This collection supplements a variety of recordings and other formats contributed in previous years by Fleischhauer.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/072

Title: Carl Fleischhauer / Miscellaneous Recordings
Description: Three 5-inch tapes, seventeen 7-inch tapes, and three cassettes of interviews, songs, and stories performed, spoken, and sung with banjo, fiddle, and guitar by various artists. Recorded primarily in West Virginia, April 30, 1968 August 28, 1976. Donated by Carl Fleischhauer. Includes Everett Lily interview; Doc White interview; AA cutters 1973 of West Virginia; Dwight Diller, 1971; Ward Jarvis, 1974; Bill Iman, 1975; Reed Family, 1976; John Henry Folk Festival West Virginia, 1976.
AFC Number: AFC 1989/003

Title: Carl Fleischhauer and Dwight Diller West Virginia Recordings
Description: Thirteen 7-inch and twenty-two 5-inch tapes of instrumentals, songs, and stories performed with banjo and fiddle, spoken, and sung by William Moses "Mose" Coffman and the Hammons family. Recorded in Greenbrier and Pocahontas Counties, West Virginia, by Dwight Diller and Carl Fleischhauer, October 23, 1970-February 2, 1972. The collection includes one linear inch of logs.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/007
AFS Number: AFS 15529-15563

Title: Carl Fleischhauer Collection of Hammons Family Photos
Description: Two linear inches of black-and-white photos of the Hammons family, Marlinton, West Virginia, by Carl Fleischhauer.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/002

Title: Carl Fleischhauer Collection of Hammons Family Recordings, 1973-1978
Description: Twenty-five 7-inch tapes, one 5-inch tape, and two cassettes of instrumentals, songs, and stories performed, spoken, and sung with banjo, fiddle, and fiddlesticks by the Hammons family of Pocahontas County, West Virginia, and Dona Hammons Gum and Grover Cleveland "Ham" Gum, of Mill Creek, West Virginia. Recorded by Carl Fleischhauer and Jan Hurst, March 24, 1973-Nov. 10, 1978. The collection includes eight linear inches of ephemera and manuscripts, and seven black-and-white photographs. Also includes a copy of Louis I. Chap disc.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/018
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655407

Title: Carl Fleischhauer Collection of West Virginia and Ohio Folk Music
Description: Two 7-inch and four 5-inch tapes of instrumentals and interviews recorded in Ohio and West Virginia by Carl Fleischhauer and others, February 15, 1973 April 6, 1974. The collection includes 22 pages of concordances, correspondence, and lists.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/011
AFS Number: AFS 17014-17019
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700426

Title: Carl Fleischhauer Publications and Ephemera Collection
Description: Articles, advertisements, calendars and other materials relating to bluegrass and country and western music. Also includes: 1 box containing 2 T-shirts and 2 buttons, 1 souvenier T-shirt from John Henry Folk Festival from 1975 or 1976.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/024

Title: Carl Lindahl Collection of Tales and Narratives
Description: Collection of 26 tales and narrative clusters collected by Carl Lindahl, 1932-2002, including a Jack tale from Daron Douglas; 3 tales from Glen Muncy Anderson (2001); 11 marchen and related tales from Jane Muncy Fugate, Hyden, Kentucky, and Melbourne, Florida (2001); 2 family legends from Lee Winniford, Cumby, Texas, and Houston, Texas (2002); a marchen tale from Barry Jean Ancelet (1982); a marchen tale from Mary Caroline Spurlock Ancelet (1982); and 7 tales from Alfred Anderson (1932)
AFC Number: AFC 2003/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700235

Title: Carl Sandburg Recordings
Description: One 16-inch disc of "It's All the Same," "Where You Go When You Die," "The Newspaper Man," and "Jesus Christ and Saint Peter," sung with guitar by Carl Sandburg of Chicago, Illinois, and Flat Rock, North Carolina. Recorded at the Library of Congress, December 10, 1949. The collection includes four pages of lists and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/020
AFS Number: AFS 9900

Title: Carlie and Jackie Tart Recordings
Description: One 16-inch disc of songs sung with guitar by Carlie Tart of North Carolina. Recorded at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., by B.A. Botkin and Arthur Semmig, September 1943.
AFC Number: AFC 1944/005
AFS Number: AFS 7056
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700368

Title: Carlie Tart and Vida Belle Tart Recordings
Description: One 16-inch and 1 12-inch discs of songs performed by Carlie Tart, and his sister, Vida Belle Tart, of Benson, North Carolina, with guitar by Carlie Tart. Recorded in the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., by B. A. Botkin and Arthur Semmig, September 20, 1944. The collection includes a song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1944/018
AFS Number: AFS 7598-7599
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655298

Title: Carlos Garcia Recordings of Paraguayan Folk Music
Description: One 12-inch disc of one folk song from Paraguay performed on guitar and harp. Loaned for duplication by Carlos Garcia, ca. 1950.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/013
AFS Number: AFS 9784

Title: Carol and Travis Jenkins Garifuna Collection
Description: Thirty-three 7-inch tapes of songs, poems, and religious ceremonies performed by the Garifuna people of Belize. Recorded by Carol and Travis Jenkins in the villages of Barranco (Barangu), Seine Bight, Hopkins, and Dangriga (Stann Creek), June 19-August 20, 1981, with assistance from Illinois State University and the American Folklife Center's Equipment Loan program. The collection includes 91 pages of manuscripts.
AFC Number: AFC 1982/006
AFS Number: AFS 24239-24252

Title: Carol Beery Davis Collection of Tlingit Songs
Description: One 7-inch tape and one audiocassette of Tlingit Indian songs. Recorded in Juneau, Alaska, by Carol Beery Davis, beginning "almost immediately [in] December, 1920...[and representing] the result of 52 years of effort." Submitted for copyright on July 3, 1978. Songs of the Tlingit Indians, especially Jim Fox, a full blooded Tlingit medicine man.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/037
AFS Number: AFS 19379-19380

Title: Carolyn Bennett-Speed / Koko Taylor Collection
Description: One audiocassette of an interview with blues singer Koko Taylor. Taylor discusses blues singing in Tennessee and her associations with blues artists Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, and Howlin' Wolf. Radio broadcast on 107 FM radio, San Jose State University. The collection includes 3 pages of correspondence and a log.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/005

Title: Carter Inaugural Concert Collection, Part 2
Description: One 10-inch tape of eight songs from the President Jimmy Carter Inaugural Concert Collection performed by Beau Soleil, Jimmie Driftwood, and Lydia Mendoza. Recorded at Union Station in Washington, D.C., by Richard Derbyshire, January 21, 1977. The collection includes 1 3/4 linear inches of correspondence, logs, performance releases, programs, and schedules.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22947

Title: Carter Inaugural Concert Duplication Project, Part 1
Description: Eight 10-inch tapes of musical performances by numerous artists including Beau Soleil, Jimmy Driftwood, John Jackson, and Ralph Stanley from folk and ethnic music and dance events celebrating the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter. Recorded at the National Visitors Center and at Union Station in Washington, D.C., January 18 and 21, 1977. Events sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution. The collection includes 1 3/4 linear inches of correspondence, logs, performance releases, programs, and schedules.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 20260-20266

Title: Cary Library / Aroostook County, Maine, Oral History Project, Part I
Description: One hundred fifteen cassettes of oral history interviews concerning Acadian religion, professions, agriculture, and other subjects. Recorded in Aroostook County, Maine, by the staff of the Cary Library, Houlton, Maine, 1971-72. The collection includes a 16-page list of contributors, and a 47-page general index.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15111-15225

Title: Cary Library / Aroostook County, Maine, Oral History Project, Part II
Description: Four audiocassettes of oral history interviews concerning the history, agriculture, traditions, foodways, popular culture, and other aspects of life in Aroostook County, Maine. Recorded in Aroostook County by the staff of the Cary Library, Houlton, Maine, April 1, 1973. The collection includes three pages of a subject index.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15601-15604

Title: Cary Library / Madawaska, Maine, Oral History Project
Description: Six cassettes of oral history recorded in Aroostook County by staff of the Cary Library, Houlton, Maine, 1972-73. The collection includes a 6-page general index and information concerning boats and boatbuilding with reference to ferries and flangers. Interviews of Raymond Daigle (age 72), Tom Dufour (89), Mrs. Xavier Dufour (82), Felix Dufour (88). Subjects include schools, home remedies, childbirth at home, maple syrup making, lumbering, Acadian expulsion, story of the Fort Kent Trust Company, ferries.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 17007-17012

Title: Casa K'ojom / Musica Indigena de Guatemala Collection
Description: One audiocassette of music of various indigenous groups descended from the Mayan civilization recorded during rituals, ceremonies, and regional festivals at various locations and in various languages in Guatemala, by Samuel Franco Arce, 1985-87.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/034

Title: Catalog of the Terence R. Bech Nepal Music Research Collection
Description: Catalog of the Terence R. Bech Nepal Music Research Collection. Compiled by Anne Helen Ross supported by a Research Collections Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities; project coordinator, Terence R. Bech; project librarian, Anne H. Ross; project director, Frank J. Gillis. iv leaves, 435 p. [note: Recordings are housed at the Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana University]
AFC Number: AFC 1978/007
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/79119536

Title: Catherine McClellan Collection of Yukon Alaska Native Wire Recordings
Description: One 10-inch tape made from wire recordings of Alaska Native songs collected by Catherine McClellan in Teslin and Carcross, Yukon Territory, in the winter of 1950-51. The collector's notes identify some songs as Tagish, Tlingit, Tahltan, and Athabascan (Pelly River, Pelly Banks, and Whitehorse).
AFC Number: AFC 1952/006
AFS Number: AFS 10498

Title: Cecelia Conway and Tommy Thompson North Carolina Recording Project
Description: Twenty-one 7-inch tapes of recordings of black musicians, especially banjo players, in North Carolina. Recorded in 1974 by Cecilia Conway, Tommy Thompson, and C. Halis.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/033
AFS Number: AFS 18733-18753

Title: Cecil Sharp / Index to Appalachian Collection
Description: Eight microfilm reels of manuscript: Harvard University Library, Microfilm Number: 97/1124. Related name: Maud Karpeles Index to the manuscript collection of folks songs and dances collection by Cecil Sharp.
AFC Number: Unassigned
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97208294

Title: Cellicion Traditional Zuni Dancers Concert Collection
Description: Sound and video recordings of the performance of traditional music and dance from Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, by the Cellicion Traditional Zuni Dancers. Recorded at the Library of Congress, November 13, 2002. The collection includes black-and-white photos of the concert and two color photographic prints of the group in ceremonial dress. Fernando Cellicion, director of the group, performs flute music based in his own tradition and borrowed from other tribal groups including the Hopi, Rio Grande people, Kiowa, Sioux, and Comanche. The dance group performs songs and dances for intertribal powwows and other public ceremonial occasions. Part of the 2002 Homegrown Concert Series.
AFC Number: AFC 2002/021
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659995

Title: Center for Applied Linguistics Collection
Description: Fifty-nine 10-inch tapes of speech samples, linguistic interviews, oral histories, conversations, and excerpts from public speeches recorded at various locations in North America by various collectors, and compiled by the Center for Applied Linguistics for a project entitled "A Survey and Collection of American English Dialect Recordings." The collection includes fourteen linear inches of documentation, including an introduction and preface, a list of contents, content summaries, and transcripts. Collectors and interviewees vary, representing approximately 43 states, as well as Washington, D.C., Canada, and Puerto Rico.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/022
AFS Number: AFS 24299-24357
Online Presentation: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/linguistics .
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700387

Title: Center for Popular Music / Roots of American Popular Music
Description: One audiocassette from the "Roots of American Popular Music" radio documentary, containing recordings made by John Wesley Work III, plus one issue of the _Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin_ (LIII, no. 3) containing an article on Work's field recordings by Bruce Nemerov. The Work recordings include those in the Archive of Folk Culture.Recordings include those of Ned Frazier and Frank Patterson, Alabama Colored Sacred Harp singing, Heavenly Gate Quartet, Muddy Waters, etc. Commentary also by Alan Lomax, Paul Oliver, and surviving musicians.
AFC Number: AFC 1989/010

Title: Center for Southern Folklore Collection of Chapman Family Recordings
Description: Fifteen 10-inch tapes of religious observances, songs, and beliefs of one black family, the Chapmans, of Centerville, Mississippi. Recorded by Bill Ferris and Judy Peiser of the Center for Southern Folklore between 1972 and 1975. Includes recordings of house meetings, church services, children's songs and rhymes, gospel and spiritual singing, bible reading, sermons, testifying, healing and so forth.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/023
AFS Number: AFS 19085-19099
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700216

Title: Center for Southern Folklore Collection of Ray Lum Interviews
Description: One hundred eighty-four 5-inch and and 38 7-inch tapes oral history interviews with and tales told by Ray Lum, a retired mule skinner, livestock trader, and auctioneer from Vicksburg, Mississippi. Recorded by Bill Ferris and Judy Peiser, ca. early 1970s.
AFC Number: AFC 1980/006
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655290

Title: Chang Yu-Chen Chinese Opera Video Collection
Description: 757 videocassettes (VHS and BETA) of "Peking Opera" and other Chinese theaters such as Kunqu. The collection also contains taped performances of Mei Lan-fang (1894-1961), the Grandmaster of both traditions. The videos were collected by Chang Yu-Chen, a long-time director, producer, choreographer, contributor, consultant, and instructor to a Chinese opera group in the Washington area and the wife of the donor, Vincent Y.S. Wong. Aside from those directly from China, Taiwan or Hong Kong, some of the videos are performances by Chinese opera organizations in Los Angeles, New York, and the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. A detailed inventory was sent with the donation by Dr. Stanley Chuang, a connoisseur of Chinese theataers. The videos, the original inventory, and notes about the performers are in Chinese.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/003
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700202

Title: Charles and Frederic Duvelle / Institute of Papua, New Guinea Studies Collection
Description: Song and ritual recitations by the Huli people of the Southern Highlands Province and the Kiriwana people of the Milne Bay Province. Instrumentation includes conch shell, flutes, guitar, hourglass, and ukelele. Recorded by Charles and Frederic Duvelle in Papua, New Guinea, April-June 1974. Obtained from the collection of the Music Department of the Institute of Papua, New Guinea Studies (IPNGS numbers 79-001 and 79-005).
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22578-22599

Title: Charles Bailey and Bailey Brothers Collection
Description: Three black-and-white photographic prints and 7 photocopies autographed by Charles Bailey of the Bailey Brothers [1950s?]; one color photographic print of Charles Bailey, ca. 1997 (not autographed); one black-and-white photographic print of Charles Bailey (not autographed). Also includes a copy of the Bailey Brothers Rounder Records, Early days of Bluegrass series title: "Have you forgotten?" This collection was apparently assembled by an admirer, one photocopy is autographed, "To Ruth" and the name Ruth Allen, Kingsport, Tennessee appears inside folder in which materials were donated.
AFC Number: AFC 2004/011
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700215

Title: Charles Bean and Derrick Jones West Virginia Folk Music Project, Part I
Description: Ten 10-inch tapes of the Hammons Family, Dewey Farley, Melvin Wine, Stan Childers, Russell Fluharty, and Phoebe Parsons. Also a party at home of Howard Glasser, Westport, Massachusetts, featuring South American Music (Ecuador). Collected by Charles Bean and Derrick Jones, July 1978.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19526-19535

Title: Charles Bean and Derrick Jones West Virginia Folk Music Project, Part II
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of Bobby Tayler (and "Tayler Made" group), Gerry Vance Group, both recorded at Huntersville Bluegrass Festival, Frank George (fiddle), and Professor Patrick Gainer, interview. Collected by Charles Bean and Derrick Jones, July 1978.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19958-19960

Title: Charles Bond Recordings of Songs and Gospel Hymns from the Beech Mountain Area, North Carolina
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of recordings of songs and conversation from Frank and Rod Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones, John and Vana Trivett, B. Walsh and family, and other Trivett relatives. Recorded in February and March, 1971, at Beech Mountain, North Carolina.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 15226-15227

Title: Charles Faulkner Bryan: Tennessee Educator and Musician by Carl Darlington King
Description: M.S. Thesis: University of Tennessee, August 1965. 284 pgs.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/037
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655386

Title: Charles Faurot Duplication Project
Description: Ten 10-inch tapes of Texas fiddle tunes, guitar tunes and other folk music performed by Lewis Thomasson, fiddle; Lonzo Biggers, fiddle; and Vernon Solomon, guitar. Recorded by Charles Faurot, 1965-1969. The collection includes 5 black-and-white photographs of the Lewis Thomasson family and logs of the recordings, plus an interview with fiddler Benny Thomasson.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/019
AFS Number: AFS 14094-14103
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655380

Title: Charles Faurot Interviews with Musicians from Galax, Virginia
Description: Four 7-inch tpaes of an interview with and music played by Kahle Brewer, Wade Ward, and Fields Ward, all originally from Galax, Virginia. Interview focuses on the backgrounds of traditional music in the Galax area. Also two tunes played on fiddle by Alan Jabbour. Recorded for the Archive of Folk Song by Charles Faurot, July 4, 1970.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/051
AFS Number: AFS 14254-14257
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655215

Title: Charles Foster Collection
Description: Oral history of Charles Foster, who wrote a book regarding that Florida WPA projects which provided information on some of the performers in the Archive of Folk Culture' Florida WPA online presentation (in American Memory). The videotapes come from an interview with Foster and Stetson Kennedy. Photographs and manuscripts cover Foster's work in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Public Works of Art Project, Florida Federal Art Project, and National Youth Administration, 1934-1942.
AFC Number: AFC 2000/010

Title: Charles H. Jones / Family Wedding Collection
Description: One 10-inch tape of ceremony and reception of Marilyn Francis Fletcher and Charles Henry Jones, Jr. wedding with accompanying narration by Foster’s Candid Recordings. Recorded at Calvary Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C., April 16, 1949. The collection includes 12 pages of correspondence, logs, and newpaper clippings.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 24206

Title: Charles J. Finger Recordings
Description: One disc of 4 songs sung by Charles J. Finger of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., by Alan Lomax, June 1937.
AFC Number: AFC 1937/005
AFS Number: AFS 999
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700311

Title: Charles L. Perdue Collection of Eva Mae Samples Perdue Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape of 20 songs sung by Eva Mae Samples Perdue (Mrs. Charles L. Perdue, Sr.), of Decatur, Georgia. Recorded by Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Perdue, Jr. in Atlanta, Georgia, December 1962. The collection includes 1/4 inch of logs, transcripts, and a biographical essay about Eva Mae Samples Perdue, 1990.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/008
AFS Number: AFS 12308
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700439

Title: Charles L. Todd and Robert Sonkin Migrant Workers Collection
Description: One hundred twenty-two discs, 27 graphic images (prints and negatives) and 1.5 linear feet of print materials including administrative correspondence, fieldnotes, recording logs, song text transcriptions, dust jackets with handwritten notes, news clippings, publications, and ephemera documenting the Farm Security Administration (FSA) migrant work camps in Arvin, Shafter, Visalia, Firebaugh, Westley, Thornton, and Yuba, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, 1940-1941.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/001
AFS Number: 4088-4158; 5099-5146; 6314-6316
Online Presentation: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/afctshtml/tshome.html
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659976

Title: Charles L. Todd Interview Collection
Description: Two tapes of an oral history interview with Charles L. Todd recorded in Clinton, New York, by Gerald E. and Margaret Parsons, August 16, 1985. The collection includes a log. See also AFC 1985/001.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/020
AFS Number: AFS 26213-26214

Title: Charles Pearcy Mountford Recordings of Aborigines in South Australia
Description: Twenty-four 12-inch discs of field recordings of Aboriginal Australians recorded by Charles P. Mountford in South Australia and possibly in other locations before 1946. Manuscripts in the collection include 2 letters from Charles P. Mountford to staff at the Library of Congress (1946, undated), and printed information about the American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land, 1948-1949.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/017
AFS Number: AFS 8323-8346
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655398

Title: Charles Perdue Collection of John Jackson Recordings
Description: Eleven 10-inch tapes of blues, religious music, stories, and oral history of John and Cora Jackson. Recorded in Fairfax Station, and Rappahannock County, Virginia, in 1965-1975 by Charles L. Perdue, Jr., and Nancy J. Martin-Perdue. Flora Molton. John Jackson was recorded in performance at Prism coffeehouse in Charlottesville, Virginia, January 25, 1975. Interviews with John and Cora Jackson conducted by Charles and Nan Perdue include tales, toasts, ghost stories, and oral history recorded at John and Cora Jackson’s home in Fairfax Station, Virginia, November 2, 1968, and on other dates. Also includes recordings from a singing program at Rappahannock Community Center on March 24, 1972, with the Jackson family featuring gospel music and hymns, and a revival service. One tape features John Jackson in performance with Neamiah Jim, Ed Green, and Flora Molten, circa 1965. The collection includes a 64-page transcript of the interview.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/040
AFS Number: AFS 17610-17620
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2007700247

Title: Charles Perdue Duplication Project
Description: Eleven 10-inch tapes of folk music and folklore from Rappahannock County, Virginia, consisting mainly of Negro church services and family of John Jackson. Recorded by Charles Perdue, 1970-1971.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14590-14600

Title: Charles Perdue Duplication Project
Description: Seven 10-inch tapes of Negro folktales and church services recorded in Culpeper and Rappahannock County, Virginia, by Charles Perdue, 1969-1970. Includes religious songs and sermons. The collection includes logs.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/046
AFS Number: AFS 14234-14240

Title: Charles S. Adams / New England Recordings
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of folklore, folksongs, and fiddle tunes from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Recorded by Charles S. Adams. 1961.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14602-14603

Title: Charles Seeger / "Song and the Compositional Process" Collection
Description: Lecture entitled "Song and the Compositional Process" given by Charles Seeger in the Whittall Pavilion of the Library of Congress, June 11, 1978.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/003

Title: Charles Seeger Collection of Mexican Workers' Folksongs
Description: Six discs of 16 songs sung by Mexican migrant workers from a Pennsylvania Railroad camp. Recorded in Cheverly, Maryland, by Charles Seeger, September 16, 1944.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/005
AFS Number: AFS 8018-8023
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700401

Title: Charles Seeger Recording of Peruvian Folk Music
Description: One 16-inch disc of ten Peruvian folk songs by Moises Vivanco and the Yma Sumac Inca Trio. Recorded at an unknown location, October 14, 1949. Donated by Charles Seeger. The collection includes a one-page song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/031
AFS Number: AFS 9916
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655346

Title: Charles Seeger South Carolina WPA Recordings, 1939
Description: Seven 12-inch discs of songs and spirituals, including several accompanied on banjo and bones. Recorded on Brevard Plantation, Adams Mill, near Columbia, South Carolina, by Charles Seeger, March 1939. Deposited by the Joint Committee on Folk Arts, WPA.
AFC Number: AFC 1940/010
AFS Number: AFS 3789-3795
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655318

Title: Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin New York State Recordings
Description: Seven 12-inch discs of fiddle tunes and songs recorded in New Jersey and New York by Robert Sonkin and Charles Todd, June 13-26, 1941. The collection includes eight pages of fieldnotes and logs.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/013
AFS Number: AFS 5028-5034
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700327

Title: Charles W. Bean / George "Speedy" Krise Videocassette Collection
Description: One videocassette of a documentary on the valuable contributions made to early country music by George "Speedy" Krise, veteran dobroist and songwriter. This documentary was produced by Library of Congress staffers Charles Bean and Ray Schmitt, and was screened at the Mary Pickford Theater of Library of Congress on November 9, 1995. Keywords: dobro
AFC Number: AFC 1996/004

Title: Charles W. Furlong / Fuegian Songs Recorded in Patagonia
Description: Five 16-inch discs, copied from twelve cylinders, of Fuegian songs, including Ona (or Selknam) and Yaghan Indians. Recorded in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, by Charles Wellington Furlong, during his expedition through Patagonia, December 1907-January 1908.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/038
AFS Number: AFS 8852-8856

Title: Charles Wakefield Cadman Collection of Omaha and Winnebago Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape copied from cylinders of Omaha and Winnebago songs and flute pieces recorded by Charles Wakefield Cadman in the summer of 1909 in Thurston County, Nebraska.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 21255

Title: Charles Whitfield Carter: An Alaskan Pioneer
Description: Manuscript entitled Charles Whitfield Carter: An Alaskan Pioneer, compiled by Sarah J. Lupro (granddaughter). Documents the life as told through the writings, newspaper articles, documents, photographs, and family memories of Carter. Carter was interviewed by Amos Burg (See also AFC 1942/017)
AFC Number: AFC 1995/046
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655354

Title: Charles Wolfe / Tennessee Arts Commission Radio Shows
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of 12 5-minute Tennessee Folklore Radio Series shows on the subjects of anvil shooting, ballads, The Grand Ole Opry, jug bands, moonshining, quilting, sacred harp singing, storytelling, superstitions, Uncle Dave Macon, and other regional topics. The programs were written by Charles Wolfe, produced by WMOT-FM of Middle Tennessee State University, and funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission, Nashville, Tennessee, 1978. The collection includes 4 pages of correspondence, ephemera, and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/062
AFS Number: AFS 19420-19421

Title: Charles Wolfe / Uncle Dave Macon "Summertime on the Beeno Line"
Description: One audiocassette of Uncle Dave Macon, voice and banjo; Smoky Mountain Glenn, voice and guitar. "Summertime on the Beeno Line," parody of "In the Good Old Summertime." Copy of Bluebird recording Bb 7779, January 24, 1938.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/018
AFS Number: AFS 19234

Title: Check-list of recorded songs in the English language in the Archive of American Folk Song to July, 1940
Description: Three volumes which comprise the checklist of folksongs in the Archive of Folk Song up to 1940. Volume 1 contains songs whose titles start with the letters A-K. Volume 2 includes titles from L-Z. Volume 3 is the geographical index. These are bound, typed lists, dated 1942.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/001

Title: Chen-hu Cha Recordings of Ch'in Music
Description: Five 16-inch discs of flute and lute (ch'in) pieces played by Mr. C. H. Cha (LCNA Zha, Fuxi), of Soochow, China. Recorded at the Library of Congress in the Recording Laboratory, October 16, 1945. The collection includes 1/8 inch of correspondence, engineer's notes, and notes about the recordings by C.H. Cha, Chin-Yu Institute, China.
AFC Number: AFC 1968/006
AFS Number: AFS 13120-13124
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700440

Title: Cheres Ukrainian Ensemble / Demonstration Tape Collection
Description: One audiocassette of seven instrumentals and three songs performed on the clarinet, drymba (Jew’s harp), fiddle, sopilka (end-blown flute), svyril (panpipes), electronically generated trembita (alpenhorn-like instrument), and tsymbly (hammered dulcimer) by the Cheres Ukrainian Instrumental Ensemble. Recorded in New York City by Andriy Milavsky, 1990 and 1994. (See also: AFC 2000/015.)
AFC Number: AFC 1996/035

Title: Cheres Ukranian Ensemble / "From the Mountains to the Steppe"
Description: Sound recording of the Cheres Ukrainian Ensemble titled "From the Mountains to the Steppe: Village Music of the Ukraine."
AFC Number: AFC 1998/012

Title: Chicago Ethnic Arts Project Collection
Description: Ninety-nine 7-inch tapes and 245 audiocassettes,13 linear inches of contact sheets, eight and three-fourths linear feet of field notes and logs, 3080 slides, 210 photographs, and 2 videos from the Chicago Ethnic Arts Project Collection, a field survey of ethnic artistic expression including dance, foodways, neighborhood gatherings, religious celebrations, and instrumental and vocal music. Recorded in the Chicago, Illinois, area by various collectors under the direction of Elena Bradunas, February-November 1977; under the joint sponsorship of the American Folklife Center and the Illinois Arts Council. The collection includes a 561-page report on the project published by the American Folklife Center in January 1978. Key Subjects: Communities activities; dance--performance, social, and folk; foodways; music--instrumental and vocal; religious celebrations; textile arts; and wood carving. Ethnic groups: African American, Austrian, Chinese, Croatian, Cuban, Czech, Danish, Finnish, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Jewish, Korean, Latino, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Native American, Norwegian, Polish, Puerto Rican, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, and Ukranian.
AFC Number: AFC 1981/004
AFS Number: AFS 20524-20867
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695177

Title: Chickamauga Elementary School Collection
Description: Six booklets containing drawings, original and traditional songs, games, photographs, and interpretations of community history by students of Chickamauga Elementary School, Chickamauga, Georgia, 1977-1979. Titles of each volume are “Activities for a Study of Our Community and its Past,” “Ballads,” “Butter Making,” “The Civil War Soldier,” “Out of the Past Come These Games,” and “Reflections of Our Past.”
AFC Number: AFC 1979/004

Title: Children's Games and Songs to Accompany The Guide to the Use of Street / Folk/Musical Games in the Classroom, Volume I
Description: One audiocassette of children's games and songs to accompany The Guide to the Use of Street/Folk/Musical Games in the Classroom, Volume I, by Mable Hillery and Patricia Simmons.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/050
AFS Number: AFS 19398

Title: Chilean Folk Music
Description: Thirty-one 12-inch discs of chamber, orchestral, and traditional Chilean music, including anthems, cantos, a cello concerto, Christmas carols, lullabies, marches, a suite for strings, tonadas, tragic poems, and waltzes. Recorded in Santiago, Chile, by Santa Cruz, 1940. The collection includes a one-page song lists with titles and performers.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/032
AFS Number: AFS 4525-4555

Title: Chilean Folk Music
Description: Eleven 12-inch discs of Chilean folk music, including cuecas and tonadas, birimbao, guitar and vocal performances, and the National Song of Chile, recorded in Santiago, Chile, by Santa Cruz, 1940. The collection includes a one-page song list with titles and performers.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/022
AFS Number: AFS 4441-4451
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700365

Title: Chilean Folk Song Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape of 27 traditional Chilean songs. Donated by the Instituto de Investigaciones Folklóricas at the University of Chile in 1953.
AFC Number: AFC 1953/007
AFS Number: AFS 10753

Title: Chinese Music Recording Project
Description: Five 12-inch discs of Chinese music, primarily songs, recorded in Chicago, San Francisco and China, ca. 1940s. Recorded and performed by students and faculty of California College in China, Chao Rulan (aka Rulan Chao Pian), and Margaret Speaks. The collection includes one folder of logs, notes, and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/014
AFS Number: AFS 7014-7018
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655448

Title: Chinese Rod Puppetry Performance and Interview Collection
Description: Sound and video recordings of the Dragon Art Studio performance on Neptune Plaza at the Library of Congress as part of the Homegrown Concert Series 2002, and a videorecording of an interview with the performers conducted by Oregon Folklore Program director, Nancy Nusz. Recorded May 15, 2002. A second interview with Yuqin Wang and Zhengli Xu conducted by American Folklife Center Folklife Specialist Nora Yeh was videotaped on May 16, 2002. The collection includes program and publicity materials for Dragon Art Studio, a promotional videorecording (VHS), "Yuqin Wang and Friends, Maiden Pearl, Traditional Chinese Rod Puppetry," n.d., correspondence, a list of interview questions and notes, and biographical materials for the artists. The puppet dramas are based on Chinese folktales.
AFC Number: AFC 2002/011
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659992

Title: Chiraj Productions / Verde Amarelo Band Cassette
Description: One audiocassette of a demonstration tape made by two members of the Verde Amarelo Band from Brazil. The band plays jazz-influenced sambas, traditional and contemporary tunes. Instruments include guitar, bass, percussion, keyboards, mandolin, and saxophones.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/014

Title: Chocolate Mousse Titanic: Tragedy and Culture: A Lecture by Michael McCaughan, October 12, 1990
Description: One 10-inch reel and 1 audiocassette of a lecture by Michael McCaughan, Curator of Maritime History and Traditions at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra, Northern Ireland. McCaughan discusses the depiction of the Titanic in popular culture and explores the oceanliner's enduring fascination.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/035

Title: Chris Delaney Collection of Fiddle Music
Description: Eleven 10-inch tapes of Cajun music, fiddle tunes, and copies of hillbilly 78s recorded in Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and West Virginia by Chris Delaney, September-October, 1973.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/026
AFS Number: AFS 16984-16994
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655264

Title: Chris Wood's Green Bay Packers Songs Collection
Description: Seven unpublished compilation-audiocassettes, three published audiocassettes, and two published CDs containing songs about the Green Bay Packers, their fans [often called Cheeseheads, originally a derogatory term applied to Wisconsinites by residents of Illinois], Lambeau Field stadium in Green Bay, rival teams, Superbowl XXXI (in New Orleans), etc. Keywords: Wisconsin, football, sports. Published cassettes: "America's Pack (Simply The Best)" by The Baymeisters; "Tailgate Tunes"; "'The Title's Back in Titletown' and Other Songs by The Baymeisters." CD: "Tailgate Tunes" [expanded version of cassette by same name]; "Tailgate Tunes II"
AFC Number: AFC 1997/025

Title: Christopher S. Wren Collection on Johnny Cash
Description: Manuscripts, notebooks, clippings, and song folios donated by Christopher S. Wren. Gathered for his book Winners Got Scars Too: The Life and Legends of Johnny Cash.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/003

Title: Chuck Brown Concert Collection
Description: One videocassette of a concert by Chuck Brown, recorded at the Library of Congress, July 24, 2002. Chuck Brown's go-go music is described in the program as a fusion of African rhythms, Pentecostal church call and response, rhythm and blues, with "doses of jazz, rock, or hip hop." The collection includes a concert review, publicity materials, and photographs.
AFC Number: AFC 2002/014
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659993

Title: Chuna McIntyre and the Nunampta Yupik Eskimo Dancers Concert Collection
Description: Homegrown 2003 concert, Yup'ic Eskimo folklife from Alaska
Collection includes sound recording, video recording, and photographs of the concert at the Library of Congress; program flyer and publicity materials. Corey Flintoff, a newscaster for National Public Radio (NPR) introduced Chuna McIntyre, who learned the dances, songs, and stories of his Eskimo ancestors in Yup'ik from his grandmother.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/049
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659982

Title: Clara Le Grande Swan / A Collection of Ballads and Folk Songs from Morning Sun, Iowa
Description: M.A. Thesis, State University of Iowa, 1929. Microfilm Number: 97/1126
AFC Number: Unassigned
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97208989

Title: Clarence Tom Ashley Collection
Description: Three 7-inch tapes of recordings from the Clarence Tom Ashley Collection, Oral History Archives, East Tennessee State University. Includes festival, classroom and commercial release performances by Ashley and others, including G. Foster, Carolina Tarheels, and Tex Isley. The collection includes 7 pages of correspondence and song lists.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19545-19547

Title: Claude Simpson Collection of Five Middle English Lyrics
Description: One 16-inch disc of five songs in Middle English used to illustrate Professor Claude Simpson's paper at MLA. The first four songs are reproduced in Sir John Stainer's Early Bodleian Music (1902). The performer, date, and place of recording are not noted. Included is a transcription of the lyrics and correspondence with Claude Simpson, Ohio State University, 1948.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/102
AFS Number: AFS 9126
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655328

Title: Clayton LeRoy Cowan / Irish Folksong Elements in American Popular Music, 1860-1900
Description: M.A. Thesis, University of Southern California, 1950. Microfilm Number: 97/1108
AFC Number: Unassigned
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97194924

Title: Cleve Callison / Sacred Harp Singers Radio Program Collection
Description: One audiocassette of a radio broadcast on Sacred Harp singing produced and hosted by Cleve Callison; includes interviews with singers Buell Cobb, Carl Hughes, Hugh McGraw, Lisa Wooten, and Mac Wooten. Recorded at the Holly Springs Primitive Baptist Church in Bremen, Georgia, date unknown.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22607

Title: Clyde Johnson Smith Collection
Description: Thirty-one page manuscript written by Clyde Smith of his personal experience of witnessing a lynching of one of his relatives in Greenwood, South Carolina, in 1944.
AFC Number: AFC 2007/008

Title: Collection of Lawrence Gellert: Negro Songs of Protest
Description: Collection of Lawrence Gellert: Negro Songs of Protest. Timely Records T1-112. Title list on label.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14301

Title: College of Idaho Folklore Archive Collection
Description: Seven 10-inch tapes of folklore and music, oral history of Idaho. Includes ballads, songs, recitations, children's rhymes and parodies, narrative beliefs, and games. Directed by Louis Attebery. The collection includes two linear inches of folders of logs and notes. Also includes aboriginal and other songs from Queensland, Australia; plus copies of Vernon Dalhart records, square dance, and other commercial 78 rpm recordings, circa 1902-1909.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/005
AFS Number: AFS 16999-17002; AFS 17607-17609
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655377

Title: College of Idaho Folklore Conference, August 4, 1971
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of the evening program from the College of Idaho Folklore Conference August 4 1971, in Caldwell, Idaho. Participants include Barre Toelken, Joe Hickerson, Linda Danielson, Dave Frisbee, Jim York, Cheryl Wanzer, Loyd Wanzer, Rue Frisbee, Vivian Skeans, and Louie W. Attebery.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/004
AFS Number: AFS 16997-16998
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655268

Title: Colonel Elwood L. Nye "Custer's Last Stand" Collection
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of a discussion of the Battle of Little Big Horn (Custer's Last Stand) spoken by Col. Elwood L. Nye, a cavalryman who investigated the battle and interviewed the last survivors. Possibly recorded at Colorado A & M College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Accessioned June 1962.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 11917-11918

Title: Colorado Folklife Project Collection, 1980
Description: Twelve 7-inch tapes, one 5-inch tape, and four cassettes from the Colorado Project, a field survey demonstrating folkloristic methodology and the particulars of research on local history, material culture, and ranching traditions in the Blue River Valley area of Colorado. Recorded in Breckenridge and Frisco, Colorado, by Elke Detmer, Howard W. Marshall, and Barbara Orbach, August 1980. The collection includes one linear inch of black-and-white negatives, one linear inch of black-and-white contact sheets, 18linear inches of color slides, 10 linear inches of fieldnotes and logs, and 50 pages of inventories.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/031
AFS Number: AFS 22440-22456

Title: Colorado State Folk Arts Program / "Do Not Pass Me By" Collection
Description: One cassette of a thirteen-part radio series, entitled "Do Not Pass Me By," documenting musical and spoken traditions of Colorado. Recorded at various locations in Colorado by David A. Brose, 1983-84, for the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities, and narrated for KCFR-FM, Denver, Colorado, by Harry M. Tuft. Includes cowboy poetry and songs, vocal duets, fiddle tunes, Spanish American dance tunes, Slovenian-American accordion music, Volga German polkas, Irish-American ballads and tunes, bluegrass-gospel, and contemporary black gospel music. Recorded in the performers' homes and at public gatherings.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 24204

Title: Colorado State Folk Arts Program / "Nyle Henderson: Cowboy Poet" Collection
Description: One 7-inch tape of two cowboy poems "Bueno, Which in Spanish Means Good," and "Old Double Ought," spoken by Nyle Henderson. Recorded in Delta County, Colorado, at the performer's home, by David A. Brose, 1982, for the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities, and narrated for KCFR-FM, Denver, Colorado, by Harry M. Tuft. The collection includes eight pages of notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 24205

Title: Community and Material Culture in Nineteenth Century Paradise Valley, Nevada / by Margaret Sermons Purser
Description: Dissertation: University of California, Berkeley. April 1987, 302 pgs.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/047
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655401

Title: Concerts from the Library of Congress, 1989-1990 series. Program 14, part 2: Golden Gate Quartet
Description: One audiocassette, given to AFC by the LC Music Division, containing the contents of a 1990 radio program that featured excerpts from a Dec. 20, 1940, performance of the Golden Gate Quartet with guitarist and singer Josh White. That performance, one of a series of events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, was titled “A program of negro folk song with commentary," and was recorded in the Coolidge Auditorium with on-stage commentators, Sterling Brown, Alan Lomax, and Alain Locke. (The 1990 broadcast, hosted by Rich Kleinfeldt, apparently did not use any of the Alain Locke segments.)
AFC Number: AFC 1990/021
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/94705115

Title: Concordance of Blues Texts of Blind Lemon Jefferson by Michael Taft
Description: Word concordance of 71 blues lyrics by Blind Lemon Jefferson. Compiled by Michael Taft.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/002

Title: Conference on Folk Culture in Texas Collection
Description: Twelve 7-inch tapes of the Conference on Folk Culture in Texas recorded in San Antonio, Texas, September 30-October 1, 1977. The purpose of the conference was to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas among those involved with the preservation and presentation of folk cultural resources in Texas. Sponsored by the American Folklife Center, Institute of Texan Cultures,Texas Folklore Society and the Center for Intercultural Studies at the University of Texas. Keynote speaker is Nancy Hankes, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/043
AFS Number: AFS 22457-22468

Title: Congressman Brooks Hayes / Pioneer Stories from Arkansas
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of pioneer stories told by Congressman Brooks Hayes' father. Recorded in Little Rock, Arkansas.
AFC Number: AFC 1956/001
AFS Number: AFS 10938-10939

Title: Congressman Thomas H. Werdel's Radio Broadcast Collection
Description: Four 12-inch discs of Congressman Thomas H. Werdel's broadcasts of folk music radio programs on California station. Includes discussion of Duncan Emrich and the Archive of Folk Song. The collection includes a list of songs featured on the program.
AFC Number: AFC 1949/016
AFS Number: AFS 9606-9609

Title: Conjunto Social y Folclorico / Promotional Collection
Description: This collection consists of a promotional kit which includes an audiocassette of 5 songs sung in Spanish with instrumental accompaniment. Additionally, there is a black-and-white photograph of the group, 5 pages of biographical and promotional material and 2 pages of correspondence. The group promotes the cultural heritage of Puerto Rico through arts and crafts, music, and dance. The photograph shows the members of the group with their instruments which include cuatro, guirro, guitar and hand drums.
AFC Number: AFC 1998/009

Title: Connie Goldman / "Horizons: The Grand Generation" Collection
Description: National Public Radio Program containing performances and interviews with elderly artists at the Smithsonian Institution's 1984 Festival of American Folklife. Commentary by Gene Bluestein, California State University at Fresno. Interviewees include Mayer and Doris Kirshenblatt, storytellers from Ontario, Canada; Estelle Oozevaseuk, Yupik Eskimo storyteller from Alaska; Rev. Daniel Womack, musician and preacher from Roanoke, Virginia; Kaui Zuttermeister, hula dancer from Oahu, Hawaii; Wade Mainer (banjo) and Julia Mainer (guitar) from Flint, Michigan; and Tommy Jarrell, fiddler from Mt. Airy, North Carolina.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 23719

Title: "Conversations with Texans" Collection
Description: Panel discussion of folk music and folklore in Texas with Alan Lomax, Bess Lomax Hawes, Shirley Lomax Dugan, and Patricia Jasper at the Smithsonian Discovery Theater, March 16, 1987, as part of a series on Texas. Topics covered include a history of the Lomax family's influence on collecting American folksong with emphasis on John Lomax, presentation of a video and slide show of Mexican-American folk art, and snatches of 9 songs and poems from the Lomax collection. This was part of a lecture series focusing on different states implemented by the Resident Associate Program of the Smithsonian and was the pilot program. Moderated by Raye Virginia Allen; also U.S. Rep. Steve Bartlett.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/007

Title: Coon Creek Girls Recordings
Description: Six 16-inch discs of songs, with banjo and guitar accompaniment, by the Coon Creek Girls of Renfro Valley, Kentucky, recorded by the Office of War Information, primarily in 1944. Includes copies of two Vocalion releases, ca. 1938.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/020
AFS Number: AFS 18092-18097

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Austrian Folk Music
Description: Eight 12-inch and 11 10-inch discs of Austrian folk music from various regions in Austria. Recorded ca. 1950s. Transferred from the Cooperative Acquisitions Project.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/035
AFS Number: AFS 10210-10228

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Bulgarian Folk Music
Description: Twelve 10-inch discs of Bulgarian folk music transferred to Music Division from Cooperative Acquisitions Project, ca. 1940s-50s. Released on the Odeon and Parlophon labels.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/038
AFS Number: AFS 10270-10281

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Finnish and Norwegian Music
Description: Four 10-inch discs of folk music of Finland and Norway. Transferred to the Music Division of Library of Congress from the Cooperative Acquisitions Project. The collection includes 14 sheets of songs lists, transcripts, and other documentation.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/043
AFS Number: AFS 10292-10295

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Folk Music of Albania
Description: Eight discs of folk music of Albania. Recorded pre-1951.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/051
AFS Number: AFS 10353-10360

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Folk Music of Estonia
Description: Two discs of folk music of Estonia recorded on an unknown date. Part of the Cooperative Acquisitions Project.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/048
AFS Number: AFS 10339-10340

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Music of Denmark
Description: One disc of music of Denmark transferred to Music Division from Cooperative Acquisitions Project. Recorded
sometime prior to 1951.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/045
AFS Number: AFS 10298

Title: Cooperative Acquisitions Project / Music of Sweden
Description: Two discs of folk music of Sweden transferred to Music Division from Cooperative Acquisitions Project.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/044
AFS Number: AFS 10296-10297

Title: Corinne and Frank Fasinski Interview on Sasquatch
Description: One audiocassette of an interview with Corrinne and Frank Fasinski concerning beliefs and legends current in states of Washington and Oregon regarding "Sasquatch." Recorded November 27, 1973, by Judge Norman T. Custis and Helen Custis in suburban Washington, D.C.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/035
AFS Number: AFS 17599
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700398

Title: "Cotton Carnival and Cotton Makers Jubilee: Memphis Society in Black and White" by Robert Emmet McLean
Description: MA Thesis. This thesis discusses the two Cotton Carnivals in Memphis, Tennessee, one created by whites for whites, and the other created by blacks for blacks, who were excluded from the white festival. Compared are the events leading up to the carnival, selection of carnival king and queen, private and public events surrounding the Carnival, beauty contests, art exhibits, sporting events, motor boat races, and the decline of the Carnival. Appendices document the Cotton Carnival Parades, Cotton Carnival Secret Societies, and NBC Radio Broadcasts of the Cotton Carnival and Maid of Cotton.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/007
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004447754

Title: Country Music Foundation / Decca Co. Dubs
Description: One 7-inch tape of the Jolly Boys of Lafayette (Louisiana) recorded February 21, 1937 by Decca Co., No. 5431A; "Old Man Crip" (61916A); A version of "Our Goodman." Originally recorded by Decca. Tape copy gift of Country Music Foundation.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/006
AFS Number: AFS 17473

Title: Cowboy Poetry Day Collection
Description: A seminar of cowboy poetry sponsored by The Poetry and Literature Center and the American Folklife Center titled "Cowboy Poetry Day." April 7, 1994. Featuring Hal Cannon, Kim Stafford, Sunny Hancock, Linda Hussa, and Paul Zarzyski.
AFC Number: AFC 1994/007

Title: Crane-Peabody Expedition to Sepik River Region, New Guinea, 1937
Description: Forty-eight 12-inch discs recordings made on the near Marienberg, in the Sepik River region of northern New Guinea. Includes recordings of the Imboanto, Buna (Bunei), and Masan Tribes and recordings made in the village of Derpoab. Recorded by Cornelius Crane and Father Francis Kirschbaum, 1937. Original recordings on 34 aluminum discs are held by the Peabody Museum/Harvard Libraries. Also recorded by Murry N. Fairbank, near Marienburg.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/019
AFS Number: AFS 6905-6952
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655364

Title: Cultural Conservation Study Records, 1981-1982
Description: Records of the meetings of the Cultural Conservation Study committee chaired by Ormond Loomis. Meetings of the committee were held at the Library of Congress on November 17, 19-20; December 14-15, 1981; and March 15-16, 23, 1982. Various independent consultants included Steven F. Arvizu, James Deetz, Henry Glassie, Archie Green, Ruthann Knudson, John Peterson, and Robert E. Stipe. The proceedings of the meetings were recorded on audio cassette tape; the records also include manuscripts, correspondence and report drafts, and photographs.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/005
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655359

Title: Cultural Conservation: "Reconfiguring the Cultural Mission" Conference Collection
Description: The "first national conference" on cultural conservation held at the Library of Congress, May 16-19, 1990, and presented by the American Folklife Center. Mary Hufford transcribed some of the tapes.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/018
AFS Number: AFS 27011-27017

Title: Cultural Rescue in Post-Chornobyl Ukraine, Lecture by Myron O. Stachiw
Description: Sound recording of lecture titled "Cultural Rescue in Post-Chornobyl Ukraine: The Impact of the Chornobyl Nuclear Accident on the Cultural Heritage of the Polissia Region of Ukraine," on the effects of the nuclear explosion at Chornobyl on cultural heritage in the region, based on field work. Illustrated with 94 slides (powerpoint presentation on CD-R), mostly color photographs of people in traditional dress, architecture, needlework, interiors of homes, religious ceremonies, and maps. Lecture was given in the AFC Conference Room, G-49, Jefferson Building, Library of Congress on June 17, 2005 [?] [date on videocassette] or July 13, 2005 [date on videocassette]. Powerpoint is dated July 13, 2005.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/042
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2007700230

Title: Curtis Cook Zuni Pueblo Storytelling Collection
Description: Five 7-inch tapes, 1 audiocassette, 3 boxes of manuscript material, 196 color slides, 2 black-and-white photographs, and 18 color photographs documenting Zuni language and daily life from 1964-67.
AFC Number: AFC 2004/010

Title: Cutting a Dido: A Dancer's-eye View of Mountain Dance in Haywood County, N.C. / Gail V.S. Matthews
Description: Cutting a Dido: A Dancer's's Eye View of Mountain Dance in Haywood County, North Carolina. Unpublished Master of Arts thesis, Folklore Program, Indiana University, 1983 (copyright 1987). Subjects: Dance, Appalachian Culture, Oral History, Square Dance, Clogging, Buckdance, North Carolina.
AFC Number: AFC 1986/014
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655266

Title: Cyrus B. Koonce Collection
Description: Nine 7-inch tapes of a Holiness church service, including hymns, preaching, and testimony; instrumentals, monologues, poetry, and songs, recorded in Asheville, Comfort, and Seven Springs, songs sung by Vernon R. Lyons, a North Carolina native, recorded in Clintwood, Virginia, and songs sung by Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Edmond, Mrs. L.V. Phillips, and Miss Tessy, of North Carolina, recorded in Washington, D.C., by Cyrus B. Koonce, 1949. The collection includes 15 pages of collection lists. Includes recordings of the 22nd Annual Mountain Dance and Folk Festival and instrumentals played on the zither by Romanian refugees in North Carolina. Also includes an interview with Fountain Hughes, 101 year old ex-slave recorded in Baltimore, Maryland by Hermond Norwood.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/037
AFS Number: AFS 9988-9997

Title: Cyrus MacMillan / The Folk Songs of Canada
Description: Ph.D. Thesis, Harvard University, 1909. Microfilm Number: 97/1118
AFC Number: Unassigned
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/97207960

Title: Czechoslovak Radio Collection
Description: Forty 10-inch discs of fol, composed, choral, and Slovak folk dance "chardash" music. Records produced by the Czechoslovak gramophone industry, ca. early 1950s. The collection includes a list of the record titles.
AFC Number: AFC 1952/009
AFS Number: AFS 10402-10441

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Title: D. Michael Battey Collection of Frank Proffitt, Jr. Recordings
Description: Twelve 7-inch tapes of songs and stories performed by Frank Proffitt, Jr., many songs were learned from Frank Proffitt, Sr. Also contains an oral history. The collection includes song lists and notes, and 7 color photographic prints; 1 black and white copy negative presumably taken at the time of the recording sessions. Recorded by D. Michael Battey, April 23-24 1991.
AFC Number: AFC 1995/002
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655316

Title: D. Twe / Mark Twain
Description: One 7-inch tape of Mr. D. Twe's reminiscences of Mark Twain. Twe was a servant of Mark Twain. Recorded in the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress, 1951. Partial transcript made September 6, 2001.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/004
AFS Number: AFS 10027

Title: D. W. Frank Maloy Recordings of Georgia Fiddling
Description: One 7-inch tape of instrumentals played on fiddle by Buck Allen, A.L. Crutchfield, Frank Maloy, Bud Rhodes, Chick Stripling, and Ernest Watson and son, with occasional accompaniment on guitar by Joe Maloy, Gene Stripling, and Ernest Watson’s son. Recorded in or around Macon, Georgia, by D.W. Frank Maloy, ca. 1970. The collection includes 4 pages of content lists and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1973/016
AFS Number: AFS 15606
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655260

Title: D. W. Groethe Concert and Interview Collection
Description: Homegrown 2005 concert. D.W. Groethe Cowboy Songs and Poetry from Montana. Concert recorded in the Coolidge Auditorium on July 20, 2005, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Interview with D. W. Groethe conducted by Alexandra Swaney in the Library of Congress Recording Lab on July 20, 2005.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/025
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2007700214

Title: Daisy Valentine Recordings
Description: One 7-inch tape of 12 songs sung by Mrs. Daisy Valentine (Hammerman), with guitar and piano accompaniment. Valentine is originally of Harlan, Kentucky and learned these songs from her father who was from Leslie County, Kentucky. Recorded by the singer, February 1965. The collection includes a two pages of a song list and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/015
AFS Number: AFS 12343
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700267

Title: Daithi Sproule and Robert Watt Concert and Interview Collection
Description: Digital sound recordings, video recordings, and photographs documenting a concert performed by Dáithí Sproule and Robert Watt in the Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress on May 23, 2007 as part of the Homegrown concert series and the Rediscover Northern Ireland Programme series sponsored by the American Folklife Center; the Department of Culture, Arts, and Leisure, Northern Ireland; Arts Council of Northern Ireland; and the Northern Ireland Bureau. Dáithí Sproule plays and sings traditional Irish songs, some in English and some in Irish. Robert Watt plays a selection of traditional tunes and a short example of pibroch on the Highland bagpipes.This collection also includes digital photographs of the concert. Photographs of the event by Stephen D. Winick.
AFC Number: AFC 2007/015
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655351

Title: Dan McCurry / Forest Service Song Collection
Description: 352 photocopied sheets of various songs, poems, and humor related to forestry, ranger work and mountain life in the United States. This collection is divided into 5 sections. The first section consists of a text of P.S. Lovejoy's "Ranger's Song," here titled "The Lucky Ranger." It is a parody of "Frankie and Johnny." The second section contains poems and songs of Shirley and G.F. Allen and C.B. Clark, Jr. The third section includes Forest Service newsletters, a shorter version of P.S. Lovejoy's "Ranger Song" (ca. early 1920s), other verses with little annotation, some seemingly unrelated correspondences from the late 1970s and early 1980s, and two stories / memoirs by Mick Clumper: 1) _The Smokechasers Summer_, and 2) _Lookout's Life_. The fourth section is an annotated copy of _Forest Fire and Other Verse_ (Portland, Oregon), collected and edited by John D. Guthrie. The fifth section is an annotated copy of _Forest Service Rhymes and Other Verse_ by Ernest W. Smith.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/017

Title: Dance Theater of Nepal Collection
Description: Documents from Dance Theater of Nepal, Inc., of New York City. Audiovisual, photographic, and manuscript documentation of classical and folk dance events and other activities sponsored by the Dance Theater of Nepal.
AFC Number: AFC 2011/002
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655371

Title: Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife Manuscript Collection / by Samuel Preston Bayard
Description: Typescript for the book Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife: Instrumental Folk Tunes in Pennsylvania, edited by Samuel P. Bayard, The Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1980.
AFC Number: AFC 1980/015

Title: Dane Johnson Collection
Description: Two CDs, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, and photographs related to Dane Johnson of Bloomingdale, Michigan. Johnson is a fiddler, fiddle and dulcimer maker, woodcarver, and restorer of mechanical toys and antique cars. The CDs include fiddler Gene Johnson, Dane's late brother, and guitarist Gene Hamlin. Color photographs of fiddles, carved canes, rifles, and antique toys in Dane Johnson's home. The collection was donated by Kimberly Allen, who is the niece of Dane Johnson. The CDs are copies of audio cassettes recorded in 1994 or later.
AFC Number: AFC 2010/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655388

Title: Daniel Boorstin Farewell Reception Collection
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of Patsy Montana (guitar, vocals) with the Rhythm Ranch Band, consisting of Cathy Fink (guitar, vocals), Marcy Marxer (mandolin, vocals), Pete Kennedy (electric guitar), Mike Stein (fiddle), and Ralph Gordon (bass), perform country swing and western music in concert on the Library of Congress Neptune Plaza at the Library's farewell reception for Librarian of Congress Daniel Boorstin, September 10, 1987.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/028
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700318

Title: Daniel Collins Playing Irish Fiddle Tunes
Description: One 7-inch tape of Irish instrumentals played on fiddle by Daniel Collins, accompanied on piano by Alan Jabbour. Recorded in The Bronx, New York City, by Alan Jabbour, February 19, 1972. The collection includes a one-page recording log.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/006
AFS Number: AFS 14649
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655232

Title: Daniel Collins Recording of Irish American Music
Description: One 10-inch tape of Irish music performed by Joe Burke, Jack Cohn [Cohen?], Andy McGann, and others. Recorded in New York City by Daniel Collins, January 1972. The collection includes two pages of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/012
AFS Number: AFS 14697
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655234

Title: Daniel Fusfeld / "Union Voices: A Musical History of the American Labor Movement" broadcasts
Description: Five cassettes containing 26 fifteen-minute radio broadcasts from Fusfeld's series titled "Union Voices: A Musical History of the American Labor Movement," originally broadcast in 1965-1966.
AFC Number: AFC 1999/012

Title: Daniel Robinson Fiddling Project
Description: One audiocassette of fiddling by Daniel Lanice Robinson (1885-1970). Recorded summer 1951 in Winchester, Tennessee, by Bruce Robinson. Includes a short introduction by Ruth Dietrich.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/020
AFS Number: AFS 19236

Title: Danny Balkan Concert Colllection
Description: One mini-DVvideocassette documenting an informal concert performed by Danny Balkan in the American Folklife Center Conference Room, LJ-G49, Thomas Jefferson Builiding, Library of Congress, at noon on August 16, 2005. Balkan is a Canadian singer songwriter who mostly performs original songs here, accompanying himself on banjo and guitar.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/045

Title: Darius L. Thieme Collection
Description: Thirty 10-inch tapes of songs and instrumental music, recorded in Western Nigeria by Darius L. Thieme, 1964-66.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 13001-13030

Title: Darka Lassowsky Nebesh / Ukranian Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture
Description: Lecture in American Folklife Center's _Notes from the Field_ series titled "Ukranian Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture" presented by Darka Lassowsky Nebesh, August 7, 1996.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/083

Title: Darlene Thomas Collection on Native American Cultural, Educational, and Legal Resources
Description: Two manuscript boxes containing files on various subjects such as Amerindian law, Indian higher education institutions, the Menominee tribe, information from various Pine Ridge (South Dakota) agencies, etc.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/008

Title: Dartmouth College / Celebration Northeast 1977
Description: Nine 10-inch tapes of instrumentals and songs from Canada, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont recorded at Celebration Northeast, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, July 22-23, 1977. The collection includes four pages of concordances, correspondence, and two brochures.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19517-19525

Title: Dave Ricker Recordings of Earl Collins
Description: One 7-inch tape of fiddle tunes played by Earl Collins, originally of Oklahoma, and occasionally accompanied by Dave Ricker and Bess Lomax Hawes. Recorded in Downey, California by Dave Ricker, October-November 1970. The collection includes two pages of logs and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/009
AFS Number: AFS 14458
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655220

Title: David A. Taylor Collection of Literatura de Cordel
Description: Six Brazilian cordel literature chapbooks acquired by the donor at the Library of Congress Professional Association (LCPA) book sale, Washington, DC, January 8, 2008.
AFC Number: AFC 2008/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655372

Title: David Adler Cultural Center / "In the Tradition" Concert Series
Description: Eleven videocassettes of interviews and concert footage from the "In the Tradition" concert series featuring eleven programs produced by the David Adler Cultural Center with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, Libertyville Rotary Club, and the Illinois Arts Council. The performances showcase various traditions including blues, Irish, Scandinavian, and Middle Eastern songs, as well as fiddling and ballads from Missouri and Indiana. Recorded in Libertyville, Illinois at the Libertyville High School Studio Theater, 1989. The collection includes 18 pages of concert fliers and descriptions of each performer and performance. Some performers featured on separate video programs performed together in concerts.
AFC Number: AFC 1990/015

Title: David Brinkley interview with Duncan Emrich
Description: One 16-inch disc of an interview with Duncan Emrich conducted by David Brinkley for WRC/NBC Washington, 1948. Emrich discusses the role of the "Folklore Section" of the Library of Congress. The collection includes a log.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/034
AFS Number: AFS 8766
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700259

Title: David Brose / Ward Jarvis Project, Part II
Description: Five 10-inch tapes of an interview with and banjo and fiddle instrumentals played by Ward Jarvis of Braxton County, West Virginia. Recorded in Stewart, Ohio, by David A. Brose, December 12, 1978 June 26, 1979. The collection includes 24 pages of logs.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22063-22067

Title: David Brose / Ward Jarvis Recordings
Description: One 10-inch tape of instrumentals and stories performed on banjo and fiddle and spoken by Ward Jarvis. Recorded in Stewart, Ohio, by David A. Brose, April 30, 1978.
AFC Number: AFC 1979/042
AFS Number: AFS 19386

Title: David Brose Collection of Harvey Phelps Interviews
Description: Three videocassettes of commentary, instrumentals, and songs spoken and performed with banjo by Harvey Phelps. Includes an interview with Phelps. Recorded in Delaware, Ohio, by David A. Brose, Jack Shortlidge, and Gary L. Walker (camera). Video was recorded on Feb. 13, 1981; logs and biographical materials compiled by David A. Brose on April 23, 1983.
AFC Number: AFC 1984/010
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700252

Title: David Dunaway Collection
Description: The collection comprises of a series of interviews conducted by David Dunaway as he attempted to capture the essence of folk music movements since its revival in the 1930s. The interviews, which span over a period of seven years, beginning in April 1976-1983, document the role folk music played within the life of American's most influential folk musicians and enthusiasts including Pete Seeger, Charles, Peggy and Mike Seeger, Harold Levanthal, Irwin Silber, Malvina Reynolds and many more.
AFC Number: AFC 2000/019
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004659979

Title: David Evans Duplication Project
Description: Twenty-five 10-inch tapes of African American folk music from Mississippi, Louisiana, and Georgia, recorded by David Evans, summer 1970. Performers include: Napoleon Strickland, Othar Turner, Bernice Turner, R.L. Boyd, Arthur Williams, Jimmy Buford, Reid Jones, J.W. Jones, James Jones, Ephram Carter, Floyd Bussey, Roosevelt Holts, Eli Owens, Calvin Davis, Esau Weary, Herb Quinn, Bill Webb, Arzo Youngblood, Boogie Bill Webb, Robert Rucker, Harrison "Strut" Smith, Charlie Taylor, Willis Taylor, Matt Willis, Floyd Patterson, Jack Owens, Benjamin "Bud" Spires, Ada Mae Turner, Ranie Burnette, Willie Burnette, James Evans, George Avant, Harry Smith, Compton Jones, Dolly Mae Danne Locations: Senatobia, Crystal Springs, and Bentonia, Mississippi; Talbotton and Waverly Hall, Georgia; Bogalusa, Clifton, and New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes fife and drum music, one-string music, blues, etc.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/019
AFS Number: AFS 14488-14512
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655353

Title: David Findlay Oajna Indian Recordings
Description: Songs and music of the Oajana Indians of Paramaribo, Surinam. List in tape box. Keywords: Indian, Surinam - Oajana
AFC Number: AFC 1953/009
AFS Number: AFS 10763

Title: David Hoffman Collection of Bascom Lamar Lunsford Films and Recordings
Description: This collection is a result of Hoffman's 1964 documentary on Lunsford, entitled "Music Makers of the Blue Ridge." Lunsford was born in Mars Hill, North Carolina, in 1882 and died in 1973. He was the organizer of the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival. The collection consists of 16mm film and film elements, video copies of the film in several formats (including Beta SP and DVD), open-reel audiotape interviews and sound tracks and DAT copies, photographs, and manuscript material.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/018

Title: David Holt / Promo Collection
Description: The videotape, titled "David Holt: `A One Man Celebration of Stories and Songs'," is a 10-minute audition tape for the performer David Holt. Accompanying the video are promotional items related to Holt's career. There are four postcards of musicians other than David Holt. These include: Dellie Norton, a banjo player from Sodom, North Carolina; Tommy Jarrell, a fiddler from Toast, North Carolina; and two postcards of Susie Brunson, a washboard player from Bamberg, South Carolina.
AFC Number: AFC 1998/010

Title: David Holt Recordings Collection
Description: Thirteen 10-inch tapes of Appalachian string band, banjo, fiddle, and hammer dulcimer music, cajun music, cowboy songs, labor songs (southern mill), shape note religious singing, and black children's games. Recorded in California, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia, by David Holt, Appalachian Music Program, Warren Wilson College. The collection includes 7 pages of logs, song lists, and notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/013
AFS Number: AFS 18945-18957
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700233

Title: David Ingle / "Drinking: The Musical" Collection
Description: One ninety-minute audiocassette of 24 drinking and temperance songs and speeches performed with drum, flute, and guitar by Tyler Buck, Libby Franck, David Ingle, Shelly Kellman, and Hall Kirkham.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/024

Title: David Itzak / Circassian Ensemble Videotape Collection
Description: Videotape of a performance by "Islamei," a professional Circassian (Adygei) dance ensemble from Georgia. The performance includes several song and dance compositions accompanied by poetry, as well as traditional Cherkez dances and songs, including dances with knives.
AFC Number: AFC 1995/030

Title: David Kresh / Esther Korshin Yiddish Songs Collection
Description: One 10-minute cassette of recordings made in 1946 of Esther Korshin, originally of Ukraine, singing in Yiddish and Russian. Korshin was born ca. 1887 and came to the U.S. shortly after 1906. Lullaby medley. The song known to the family as "Der Sim" is actually "Di Zin" (the sun), the first words of the song. Originally recorded on home disc recorder.
AFC Number: AFC 1997/027

Title: David L. Taylor Collection of Russell Fluharty Dulcimer Recordings
Description: One 5-inch tape of instrumentals performed on hammered dulcimer by Russell Fluharty of Mannington, West Virginia. Recorded by David L. Taylor, October 14, 1972. The collection includes a photocopy of the tape box and a one-page list.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/009
AFS Number: AFS 17006

Title: David McAllester Navajo Recordings Collection
Description: Six 7-inch tapes of prayers and songs of the Navajo Blessingway and Protection Rite performed by Frank Mitchell. Recorded in Chinle, Arizona, by David P. McAllester, December 16-18, 1957. The collection includes 6 pages of notes and logs.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12081-12086

Title: David McAllester Recordings of a Navajo Ceremony
Description: Eleven 7-inch tapes of songs and prayers of a Navajo ceremony, performed by Dine Tsusi. Recorded by Prof. David P. McAllester in Arizona, 1958. The collection includes 6 pages of logs. Keywords: American Indians - Navajo
AFC Number: AFC 1965/014
AFS Number: AFS 12321-12331
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700450

Title: David Pryor Recordings of Bahamian Spirituals
Description: Three 16-inch discs of Bahaman spirituals by David Pryor of the Bahama Islands. Recorded in Washington, D.C., in the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress, by B.A. Botkin and Arthur Semmig, September 25, 1943.
AFC Number: AFC 1944/006
AFS Number: AFS 7057-7059
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700369

Title: David Pryor Singing Bahamian Spirituals
Description: Two discs of 20 Bahamian spirituals sung by David Pryor from the Hebron, Maryland Labor Camp (originally of Nassau). Recorded at the Library of Congress by Benjamin A. Botkin and Charles Schreider, October 2, 1944.
AFC Number: AFC 1944/019
AFS Number: AFS 7600-7601
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655297

Title: David Romas / Central Michigan University Marching Band Song Collection
Description: Two audiocassettes of bawdy American songs collected by Mike Fitzpatrick and David Romas. The majority of the songs were performed by the bawdy singer and pianist known as "Vollbey." The rest of the songs, as well as the recordings and narration were performed by David Romas. The audiocassettes are accompanied by 3 copies of a 59-page manuscript entitled "Central Michigan University Marching Band: 'The Marching Chippewas:' Bawdy Songs, Chants and Limericks." The manuscript contains a complete song list and textual transcriptions. The collection was originally intended to aid the research of Ed Cray of the University of Southern California for the updated version of his book _The Erotic Muse: American Bawdy Songs_ (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1992).
AFC Number: AFC 1997/016

Title: "Dear Mr. President" Collection
Description: Four 16-inch, forty-eight 12-inch, and three 8-inch discs of recorded reactions to war-time conditions in the United States. Recorded by Robert E. Barton Allen, Harry Behn, Fletcher Collins, Duncan Emrich, John Henry Faulk, Helen Hartness Flanders, Charles Johnson, Lewis Jones, Marguerite Olney, Vance Randolph, William N. Robson, Robert Sonkin, and Charles Todd in various locations throughout the United States, January-February 1942. Recorded for the Office of Emergency Management Radio Section program "Dear Mr. President." The collection includes one linear inch of correspondence, logs, and transcripts.
AFC Number: AFC 1942/003
AFS Number: AFS 6397-6452; 6455-6463
Online Presentation: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/collafc.af000004
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655330

Title: "Death of my Brother" sung by Mrs. D. A. Booth
Description: One 10-inch disc of "Death of my Brother," sung by Mrs. D. A. Booth. Label on the recording reads "Music City Songcrafters, Nashville, Tennessee." Recorded prior to 1956.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/021
AFS Number: AFS 12358
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700436

Title: Deborah Burns Collection of Weaver's Mennonite Church Recordings
Description: Four 7-inch tapes of shape note, Harmonia Sacra, religious choral singing recorded January 1, 1974, at Weaver's Mennonite Church in Harrisonburg, Virginia, by Deborah Burns. The collection includes a song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1976/026
AFS Number: AFS 18707-18710

Title: Delaware and Maryland Recordings
Description: Twenty-three 12-inch discs of approximately 50 songs and harmonica tunes and 10 interviews, recorded in various locations in Delaware and Maryland, by Jerome Wiesner, Joseph Liss, and Glenn Gildersleeve, June 1941. The collection includes 4 pages of logs.
AFC Number: AFC 1941/009
AFS Number: AFS 4709-4731
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700345

Title: Dennis Ladd / Hawaiian LP Discography Collection
Description: One 532-page manuscript entitled "Index to Hawaiian Songs on Albums Indexed by Title, Composer, and Performer," compiled by Dennis Ladd. The list includes LPs from the beginning of the LP-era (ca. 1950) through 1988.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/077

Title: Derrick Norman Lehmer Collection of Eastern Pomo Music
Description: Five 16-inch discs copied from 36 cylinders of Pomo songs sung by Bill Benson and Jim Pumpkin, recorded by Derrick Norman Lehmer in northern California between 1926 and 1929. The original cylinders, now in the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum [formerly Lowie Museum] of Anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley, were sent to the Library of Congress in 1947 for duplication on disc. These cylinders constitute series #89 and #90 in the museum's catalog of early field recordings. They are also described on pp. 252-262 of volume 5 in the Federal Cylinder Project catalog series.
AFC Number: AFC 1947/007
AFS Number: AFS 9568-9572

Title: Determined Buffalo (William Jackson) Recordings
Description: Three 10-inch discs of traditional songs and chants of the Sioux Nation, performed by Determined Buffalo (William Jackson). Recorded at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., 1948. The collection includes one page of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/112
AFS Number: AFS 9165-9167

Title: Devar Surya Sena Collection of Folk Music from Ceylon
Description: Two tape recordings, one from a concert performed by Devar Surya Sena and his wife Nelun Devii in the Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, December 8, 1950, presented by the Folklore Section, Library of Congress; and one tape recorded in the Library of Congress Recording Laboratory. Songs were accompanied on harp, rebek, piano, rabāna, and hand cymbals. Manuscripts in the collection include an invitation, guest list, correspondence with Surya Sena and concert attendees, clippings, autographed copies of the concert program, and a recording log. Sung in Sinhalese, Hindi, Urdu, Gujerati, Punjabi, Bengali; manuscripts in English.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/014
AFS Number: AFS 10083-10084
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655388

Title: Dewey Beard Interview
Description: One 7-inch tape of an interview with Dewey Beard, the last Sioux survivor of the Battle of Little Big Horn, who was also present at Wounded Knee. Recorded in Rapid City, South Dakota, by Bates Littlehales, June 18, 1955. Interviewer: Leland Case. Translators: John Bruguier and Alice Beard. A photograph of the event was published in National Geographic (October 1956, page 498).
AFC Number: AFC 1958/017
AFS Number: AFS 11403
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655342

Title: Diana Cohen Hopi Religion Collection
Description: Songs and interview concerning song composition, snake dance, Kiva ceremonies and other aspects of Hopi Indian religion by Ferrel Secakuku and Perry Honaisi. Recorded in May 1974, by Diana Cohen in Second Mesa, Arizona.
AFC Number: AFC 1978/003
AFS Number: AFS 19976
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695178

Title: Diane Reed / Otto Henrickson Nevada memoir
Description: One 26-page booklet entitled The Nevada Way, by Otto E. Henrickson (an excerpt from Wrinkles on My Ginseng Roots) a memoir of a visit to McDermitt, Nevada, in 1943. Produced in honor of Henrickson's 80th birthday May 16, 2001. This booklet uses several Carl Fleischhauer photos from the Paradise Valley Folklife Project to illustrate McDermitt, Nevada.
AFC Number: AFC 2001/013

Title: Dick Spottswood and Doug Meade Lecture
Description: Association of Sound Recording Collections meeting featuring Richard K. Spottswood and Doug Meade discussing their publication _Country Music Sources_ (aka the Gus [Guthrie T.] Meade Discography). Recorded at the Library of Congress, Performing Arts Reading Room, November 13, 2002.
AFC Number: AFC 2002/022
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700238

Title: Dick Spottswood Show, 1987 August 16: Interview with Alan Jabbour
Description: Alan Jabbour interviewed by Dick Spottswood on the latter's radio program on WAMU-FM, August 16, 1987. Highlights Jabbour's collecting and record producing experiences inside and outside the Library of Congress. Includes cuts from various recordings from the Archive of Folk Culture, including the Hammons family of West Virginia.
AFC Number: AFC 1987/027
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655352

Title: Dimitri Pokrovsky / Russian Ethnographic Expeditions
Description: Lecture by Dimitri Pokrovsky titled "Russian Ethnographic Expeditions." Includes film footage made during expeditions to rural areas of Russia to collect traditional folksongs. Sponsored by the American Folklife Center, December 3, 1991.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/049

Title: Dimitri Pokrovsky / Russian Folk Song
Description: One 10-inch tape of a lecture on collecting Russian folk song by Dimitri Pokrovsky with demonstration/concert by members of the Pokrovsky Ensemble. Sponsored by the American Folklife Center, December 2, 1991. The collection includes flyers and press releases.
AFC Number: AFC 1991/048

Title: Discoteca di Stato (Italy) Canti di Lucania
Description: One 7-inch tape of Canti di Lucania. Donated by Anna Baroni of Discoteca di Stato, Rome, Italy, 1956. The collection includes a song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1958/021
AFS Number: AFS 11410
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700409

Title: Discoteca Publica Municipal de Sao Paulo Collection
Description: Two hundred fifteen 12-inch and 10-inch sound discs, 359 black-and-white photoprints, and one film reel documenting songs and dances recorded in the states of Maranhão, Para, Paraiba, Pernambuco, and Sao Paulo, 1937-38. Acquired from the Discoteca Pública Municipal of São Paulo in an exchange project initiated by the U.S. Department of State. The recordings are accompanied by extensive notes in Portuguese and a collection of photographs of performers, instruments, and dances. Key subjects: Babassue; Barca; Batucada; Batuque; Berceuse; Brazilian dance and music; Brinquedo da Barca; Bumba-Meu-Boi; Bumba-Meu-Cabacal; Caboclinhos; Carregadores de pedra; Caterete; Catimob; Cheganca de marujos; Coco; Congada; costumes; Cururu; Chorinho (Choro); Chula; dance-dramas; Desafio; Embolada; Feiticaria Afro-Brasilera; folk dance and music; Frevo; Jongo; Lundu; Macumba; Maracatu; material culture; Maxixe; Moda-de-Viola; Modinha; musical instruments; Ponto; Quadrilha; Recortado; Reis de Congo; ritual; Samba; Schottisch; social life and customs; Tambo-de-Mina; Toada; Tore; trance dancing; Valsa; Tirana; Xango.
AFC Number: AFC 1943/001
AFS Number: AFS 7399-7597; AFS 9813-9828
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2004695166

Title: Do All Indians Live in Tipis? And Other Compelling Questions for Education, Lecture by Edwin Schupman
Description: Benjamin Botkin Folklife Lecture Series, August 5, 2008. Edwin Schupman, citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma, is an education materials developer at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). He discusses countering historical confusion, misperceptions, and stereotypes about American Indians.
AFC Number: AFC 2008/028
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655316

Title: Dominic Montecalvo / Vincenza Montecalvo Italian Songs Collection
Description: One cassette of Italian songs sung by Vincenza Montecalvo, recorded in 1959. Donated by her son Dominic Montecalvo of Ravenna, Ohio. The collection includes 11 pages of notes and a photo of the singer. [other notes refer to this recording being made in 1969 when Mrs. Montecalvo was 61 years old.]
AFC Number: AFC 1996/061

Title: Don D. Campbell / Curly King and the Tennessee Hilltoppers Collection, Part 1
Description: Six 16-inch discs of WCYB, Bristol, Tennessee, Farm & Fun Time radio programs, featuring Curly King & the Tennessee Hilltoppers; recorded c. 1947-1949. Shows were 15 min. in length, and broadcast times varied (listed on concordance when known). Band members may have varied; included Curley King, Don Campbell, Shorty Morris, Roy Russell, Pappy Leslie Keith, Cousin Zeke. Contents contain performances of songs, hymns, and instrumental tunes, insterspersed with live commercials (Thrift Supply Co. and Roanoke City Mills). Instruments: guitar, fiddle, bass, steel guitar, mandolin. Programs begin and end with line or two of song, often "Carry Me Back to Tennessee."
AFC Number: AFC 1984/002
AFS Number: AFS 27066-27071

Title: Don D. Campbell / Curly King and the Tennessee Hilltoppers Collection, Part 2
Description: Twenty-seven 16-inch discs of WCYB "Farm and Fun Time:" radio broadcasts from Bristol, Tennessee, featuring Curly King and the Tennessee Hilltoppers, recorded 1948-1952.
AFC Number: AFC 1988/007
AFS Number: AFS 26816-26819

Title: Don Hill and David Mangurian Collection of Tape Recordings
Description: Original analog tapes and digitized copies of the tapes, representing over 40 hours of original field recordings made between 1958 and 1961 in Baltimore, Maryland; Clarksdale, Mississippi; Chicago, Illinois; Delaney, Arkansas; Los Angeles, California; Nashville, Tennessee; New Orleans, Louisiana; New York, New York; St. Louis, Missouri, and in Northern Georgia. The recordings comprise 724 songs and interviews with 20 of the musicians (including 12 blues and street singers).
AFC Number: AFC 2007/018

Title: Don Laycock Duplication Project
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of bawdy Australian folksongs sung by Don Laycock with comments and interviews. Recorded in Unionville, Indiana, by Joseph C. Hickerson, July 7, 1962. The collection includes a photocopy of the tape box and a 7-page song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1974/015
AFS Number: AFS 17023-17024
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700427

Title: Don O'Meara Collection of Army Songs
Description: One 16-inch disc of songs sung by Don O'Meara, recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Includes two renditions of "Gee Mom, I Wanna Go Home."
AFC Number: AFC 1948/032
AFS Number:: AFS 8764

Title: Don Patterson / Mountain Music Video Collection (parts 1 and 2)
Description: Four videotapes. Part 1 consists of 2 videotapes entitled Highlights of Clifftop: The Fifth Appalachian String Band Music Festival, and Hinton, West Virginia Railroad Days, and were produced in 1994. Part 2 contains 2 more videotapes produced in 1995. These are entitled Highlights of Clifftop: The Sixth Appalachian String Band Music Festival, and The Old Drake: Traditional Music from the Mountains of East Central West Virginia Played on the Banjo and Fiddle: Visiting Dwight Diller with Jimmy Triplett. All were produced for commercial sale, and all focus on folk music performance in West Virginia: three regional festivals and the Diller-Triplett concert.
AFC Number: AFC 1996/041

Title: Don Schmidt / Old Colony Mennonite Duplication Project
Description: One 5-inch tape of Old Colony Mennonite Church singing recorded by Helen Enz near Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua, Mexico, ca. 1960.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 14576

Title: Don Stover Interview Collection
Description: Interview with Don Stover conducted by Alan Jabbour and Don Wilson; includes banjo playing by Stover. Recorded in Studio A of the Library of Congress, April 27, 1979.
AFC Number: AFC 1985/004

Title: Don Yoder Collection of Tape Recordings
Description: One hundred seventy-three tapes of field recordings made by Don Yoder, 1950s-1970s. Included are recordings of Pennsylvania Dutch conversation, interviews, hymns, prayers, folk dance music, humorous songs, and folk festivals. Recordings were made of various events including the first Pennsylvania Dutch Harvest Frolic, August 30-September 1, 1961; and the second annual Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival, Kutztown, Pennsylvania (recorded from a broadcast by WEEU) where participants were interviewed about local history; folk religious beliefs and practices, including prayer and the himmelsbrief; and healing traditions including powwowing. Local choirs performed Pennsylvania German hymns and revival hymns, some in English; and Christmas music from Pennsylvania Dutch country.
AFC Number: AFC 2003/051
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655344

Title: Don Yoder Collection of Wire Recordings
Description: Documentation of songs, hymns, prayers, jokes, and stores in Pennsylvania German and English. The collection includes logs in Pennsylvania German and English.
AFC Number: AFC 1970/004
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655343

Title: Donald and David Johnson Collection of Huddie Ledbetter Recordings
Description: One instantaneous disc of four songs recorded by Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly) on January 20, 1941. The songs are "Todd Blues," "Irene," "Pretty Flower in Your Backyard," and "Careless Love." Donald Johnson received this recording from a friend, probably in the early 1960s, but neither David Johnson nor Donald Johnson can recall any other details about the disc. The disc was sent to the AFC by David Johnson from Falmouth, Maine.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/017

Title: Donald Hartle and James Howard Collection of Songs from Fort Berthold
Description: One 7-inch tape of 12 tribal songs including "Longing for Custer," "To a Little Boy Who Lost His Horse," "Bloody Knife," "Bear Trail," "Indian National Anthem," "Song for World War II Veterans," "Scout Song" (dedicated to Bob Tailed Bull), "Kick Dance," "Fox Song," "Grass Dance," and others, performed by Johnny Fox and Davis Paint. Recorded in Fort Berthold, North Dakota, by Donald D. Hartle and James H. Howard, October 29, 1951. The collection includes one page of song lists.
AFC Number: AFC 1955/010
AFS Number: AFS 10902

Title: Donald Kissil / Berber and Southern Moroccan Music
Description: One 7-inch tape of music of Southern Morocco and Berber Arabs. Recorded in Marrakech, Morocco, by Donald Kissil, March, April, and November 1962. Commentary on tape.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12062

Title: Donald Kissil / Central Pennsylvania Folklore
Description: One 7-inch tape entitled "The Folk-Lore in Sound of Central Pennsylvania," narrated by Kay Oiler, written and accompanied by Melvin Curley. Gift of the Pennsylvania Folk Music Association.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12063

Title: Donald Knight Wilgus / A Catalogue of American Folk-Songs on Commercial Records
Description: M.A. Thesis: The Ohio State University, 1947. 158 pgs. plus appendices.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/033
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655413

Title: Donald R. Hammerman / Northern Illinois University Cultural Journalism Projects
Description: Sample copies of cultural journalism projects produced by participants in the various "communities workshops" which Hammerman taught at Northern Illinois University.
AFC Number: AFC 1983/019

Title: Don't Let the Devil Out Talk You, by Charles L. Perdue
Description: One 185-page typescript by Charles L. Perdue documenting chants, rhymes, songs, and other musical material of the WPA collection of Georgia folklore and ex-slave interviews. Submitted to the Folklore and Folklife Department of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 1970.
AFC Number: Unassigned

Title: Doreen Conboy Irene Brookings Collection
Description: One compact disc containing 32 recordings of songs, stories, and anecdotes recorded by Doreen Conboy of Maine farm woman Irene Brookings (age 77 at time of recording) titled "Voices calling: songs, recitations, and recollections from rural Maine shared by Irene Brookings."
AFC Number: AFC 2002/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2005700217

Title: Dorothy Brennan Doyle Collection
Description: Two audiocassettes of folk music from around the world, sung by Dorothy Brennan Doyle. These songs were learned when she was with the group “The Consort” under the leadership of Prof. Roy Mitchell from 1934-1941 at New York University. “The Consort” performed international songs, drawing on their contacts with recent New York City immigrants. Recorded at an unknown location by Dorothy Brennan Doyle, circa 1993. The collection includes two and a half linear inches of phonetic lyrics to the recorded songs, correspondence, scripts of folk radio music broadcasts, one black-and-white photo print, and other photocopied images.
AFC Number: AFC 2000/016

Title: Dorothy Davenport Blackwell Recording of Lullabies
Description: Two 8-inch discs of 3 lullabies and a prayer sung by Dorothy Davenport Blackwell (Mrs. J.L. Blackwell Jr.). Recorded November 29, 1946.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/087
AFS Number: AFS 8970-8971

Title: Dorothy G. Howard Singing Texas Lullabies
Description: One 16-inch disc of Dorothy Howard of the Maryland State Teachers College singing Texas lullabies. The collection includes lyrical transcriptions of each song.
AFC Number: AFC 1949/014
AFS Number: AFS 9604

Title: Dorothy Gaus / Seneca Indian Social Dance Songs
Description: Twenty-four 10-inch tapes of Seneca social dance songs recorded at the Allegheny Reservation, New York, by Dorothy Gaus, 1962-63. The collection includes one linear inch of notes.
AFC Number: AFC 1972/013
AFS Number: AFS 14698-14721

Title: Dorothy Howard Duplication Project Collection
Description: Three 10-inch tapes of Dorothy Howard's recollections for her grandchildren the domestic crafts, musical traditions, and experiences of her family, pioneer settlers in the Sabine River in Texas. She sings ballads, hymns, children's songs, lullabies, and sentimental songs, and mentions the banjo, guitar, fiddle, mandolin, reed organ, piano, autoharp, and also poetry recitations.
AFC Number: AFC 1977/030
AFS Number: AFS 19150-19152
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700256

Title: Dorothy Howard Recording Project
Description: Two 10-inch tapes of songs, stories, recitations, toasts, interviews, and children's games, recorded in Frostburg, Lonaconing, Midland, and Old Town, Maryland, by Dorothy Howard, September 1949 - August 1950.
AFC Number: AFC 1951/006
AFS Number: AFS 10058-10059

Title: Dorothy M. Spencer Recordings of Gujarati Bhajans and Hindu Chants
Description: Two 12-inch discs recorded by Dorothy Spencer in the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress on May 24, 1946. Gujarati bhajans ("devotional songs") and mantras ("chants") sung by Mr. Pandit; passages from the Bhagavad Gita sung by Dr. Haridas T. Mazumdar; and Kusti (Zoroastrian) prayers sung by Mrs. C. E. Nonavutty, a Parsi residing in Bombay, Maharashtra. The collection includes 9 pages of correspondence and engineer's notes. Keyword: India
AFC Number: AFC 1968/004
AFS Number: AFS 13116-13117
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655444

Title: Dorothy Morrison / Operation Crossroads Africa Collection
Description: Songs and dance music performed on flute and drums by Boy Scouts from the Ivory Coast; also environmental sounds. Documentation includes 11 35 mm color slides. Recorded by Dorothy Morrison in the Ivory Coast and Upper Volta while participating in a cultural and work exchange program sponsored by Operation Crossroads Africa (OCA) in the Summer of 1981.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 22194-22195

Title: Dorsey Dixon Recordings Collection, 1963
Description: One 10-inch tape of songs by Dorsey Dixon (with guitar), of East Rockingham, North Carolina. Recorded at the Library of Congress in Studio A, by Joseph C. Hickerson on November 15, 1963.
AFC Number: AFC 1964/006
AFS Number: AFS 12031

Title: Dorsey Dixon Recordings Collection, Part 2
Description: One 7-inch tape of songs sung with guitar and recorded by Dorsey Dixon in East Rockingham, North Carolina, January 8, 1964. The collection includes 23 page of lists, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 12080

Title: "Down Home Dairyland" / Ethnic Folk Music from Wisconsin Collection
Description: Sound recordings from the "Down Home Dairyland" radio program including: "Gospel in Wisconsin," "Old-Time Dance Music in Madison," "Old-Time Music in Stevens Point," "Many Forms of Wisconsin Indian Music," "The Accordions," "German-American Music in Wisconsin," "The Concertina," "The Manitowoc Bohemian Sound," "Humorous Scandinavian Dialect Songs," and "Wisconsin's Ethnic Country Music."
AFC Number: AFC 1996/019

Title: "Down Home Dairyland" / Wisconsin Folk Museum Collection
Description: Seven audiocassettes of part II of the radio series "Downhome Dairyland," hosted and produced by Jim Leary and Richard March, presented by the Wisconsin Arts Board and the Wisconsin Folk Museum, and broadcast weekly March 4-May 27, 1990. The collection includes eight pages of a brochure, correspondence, datasheets, and an inventory. The radio series entitled "Down Home Dairyland," a program of traditional and ethnic music of Wisconsin and Michigan, hosted and produced by folklorists Jim Leary and Richard March; presented by Wisconsin Arts Board and the Wisconsin Folk Museum. Includes performances and interviews, as well as older recordings. Also includes Native American, Swiss, Polish, French, German, Puerto Rican, and Asian-traditions; also fiddling, polka, instrument building, and library and museum collections. Note two of the programs drew on archive recordings from the 1930s and follow-up work with descendants of the earlier recordings ("Polish Fiddlers of Posen," and "Woodland
Indian Fiddlers and Jigs").
AFC Number: AFC 1991/026

Title: Dr. Goldman / Indiana Village for Epileptics
Description: One 3-inch tape of "I'm gonna cross that glory road," "Cold wind (don't let it blow)," "That great ship went down (sinking of the Titanic)," and "I Shall not be moved" sung by Mr. Haigh who was taught the songs by a minister.
Recorded at the Indiana Village for Epileptics by Dr. Goldman, November 18, 1954.
AFC Number: AFC 1955/014
AFS Number: AFS 10901

Title: Dudley Spangler, J.W. Spangler, and Maggie Wood Recordings
Description: One 10-inch tape of copies of home recordings of string band music performed by Dudley "Babe" Spangler, J. W. Spangler, Maggie Wood and Harry Pendleton. Originally recorded in Mt. Airy, North Carolina, and Danville, Virginia, in 1945, 1948, and 1949 by the performers. Portions of this same material are also contained on parts of AFS 15,654-15,656 and AFS 18,627-18,628.
AFC Number: AFC 1975/007
AFS Number: AFS 17474
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700445

Title: Duncan Emrich Autograph Album Collection
Description: The collection consists of twenty autograph albums and ephemera dating from 1843 through 1973, compiled by Duncan Emrich, head of the Archive of Folk Song, 1945-1956. The autograph albums were sent to the Archive in response to Emrich's appearance on the "NBC Weekend" radio program. Apparently Emrich asked interested listeners to send albums to the Library. No transcript or recording of the broadcast has been located. Emrich's collection is comprised of eight albums from the Habel, Steinmetz, Hale, and Wehls families, donated by Mrs. Orville B. Craig of Independence, Iowa, in 1955; three albums apparently donated by Neva Ruth Dye of Independence, Iowa, in 1956; plus seven albums, one set of loose pages from an album, and one greeting card, donated by various individuals.
AFC Number: AFC 1955/001
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2003682275

Title: Duncan Emrich Interview with Bascom Lamar Lunsford
Description: One disc of Duncan Emrich interviewing Bascom Lamar Lunsford about his folk singing and the folk music section of the Virginia Music Festival. The collection includes a 2-page log. Keywords: Virginia, North Carolina, Lionel Johnson, Smoky Mountains, fiddle tunes, dance.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/021
AFS Number: AFS 9901
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655437

Title: Duncan Emrich Oral History of Nevada Collection
Description: One 5-inch and 18 7-inch tapes of with residents of Nevada, including Ed "Deacon" Blake, Joe Farnsworth, and Zeb Kendall. Recorded in Virginia City, Nevada, by Duncan Emrich, September 1949. These recordings have been transcribed in the book entitled In the Delta Saloon, by Emrich. Recorded by Duncan Emrich, 1949-1950.
AFC Number: AFC 1950/036
AFS Number: AFS 9985-9987; AFS 10011-10026
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2011655349

Title: Duncan Emrich Recordings of "Powder River" Jack H. Lee
Description: Two 12-inch and 2 10-inch discs of mining songs, cowboy songs, a recording of a dice game, cowboy songs, a Texaco company song, and a "dog singing." Songs sung by "Powder River" Jack H. Lee. Recorded in Virginia City, Nevada, by Duncan Emrich, September 4, 1942. The collection includes a one-page log. Transcripts of these recordings can be found in Emrich's In the Delta Saloon, published by the University of Nevada Oral History Program, 1991.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/018
AFS Number: AFS 12350-12351; AFS 14031-14033
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655442

Title: Duncan Emrich Recordings of "Powder River" Jack H. Lee
Description: Two 10-inch discs of cowboy songs by "Powder River" Jack Lee. Recorded in Nevada by Duncan Emrich, 1942.
AFC Number: AFC 1965/018
AFS Number: AFS 14031-14033

Title: Duncan Emrich Recordings of Mr. and Mrs. I.G. Greer
Description: Four 16-inch discs of songs and dialog sung and played on dulcimer by Mrs. I.G. Greer of Thomasville, North Carolina. Recorded at the Library of Congress by Duncan Emrich, November 29, 1945. The collection includes 26 pages of lists and correspondence.
AFC Number: AFC 1948/036
AFS Number: AFS 8768-8771

Title: Dunn Family Collection of Captain Francis O'Neill Cylinder Recordings
Description: Twenty-nine digital files (from wax cylinders) of Irish music recorded by Captain Francis O'Neill (1848-1936). Performers include Edward Cronin, Barney Delaney, Sgt. James Early, James McFadden, H. Touhey, and Patrick Touhey. The collection includes a song list. Recorded in Chicago, Illinois, ca. 1910s.
AFC Number: AFC 2005/001

Title: Dunstan K. Nsubuga Singing Native Songs of Uganda
Description: One 10-inch tape of five traditional songs of Uganda sung by Reverend and Mrs. Dunstan K. Nsubuga. The collection includes a 1-page song list.
AFC Number: AFC 1958/002
AFS Number: AFS 11327

Title: Dutch-Russian Mennonite Church Funeral Service
Description: One 10-inch tape of a funeral service for Katherina Goosen Teichroew at the First Mennonite Church of Mountain Lake, Minnesota, a Dutch/Russian Mennonite congregation. Recorded originally on six 9-inch discs, April 1950, and loaned by Allan Teichroew. Includes a funeral service for Mrs. Katherina Goossen Teichroew at the First Mennonite Church of Mt. Lake, Minnesota in April 1950. The service is conducted in both English and High German. A capella hymn singing is by a women's quartet.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 19289

Title: Dwight Diller and Tom Brown Recordings of the Hammons Family
Description: Five 7-inch tapes of instrumentals and songs performed with banjo, fiddle, and guitar by Pete Bachman, William Moses "Mose" Coffman, Dwight Diller, Burl Hammons, Lee Hammons, and Maggie Hammons Parker. Recorded in Buckeye, West Virginia, by Dwight Diller, October 23-24, 1970. Duplicated and donated by Tom Brown. The collection includes eleven pages of correspondence and logs. Duplicated by Tom Brown and donated to the Archive.
AFC Number: AFC 1971/017
AFS Number: AFS 14481-14485
Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/2010655225

Title: Dwight Diller Collection of Reminiscences of the Hammons Family
Description: Two 7-inch tapes of five instrumentals and an interview with Dwight Diller concerning his recollections of the Hammons family of Pocahontas County, West Virginia, his own religious awakening, and aspects of traditional music. Conducted by Alan Jabbour and recorded by Gerald E. Parsons at the Library of Congress, December 18, 1980. The collection includes four pages of collection entries, a concordance, and notes.
AFC Number: Unassigned
AFS Number: AFS 26768-26769

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