Tennessee Folklore Society Records

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Title: Tennessee Folklore Society Records

Dates: 1934-2005 (Bulk Dates: 1975-1995)

Creator: Tennessee Folklore Society

Summary/Abstract: The Tennessee Folklore Society Records contain administrative files of the society as well as an extensive collection of the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, journals, quarterlies, newsletters, and related publications from folklore societies in the United States and abroad, photographs, clippings, ephemera, and interview tapes

Quantity/Physical Description: Approximately 34 linear feet

Language(s): Majority English with Italian, German, Swiss, Spanish, Hungarian, and Dutch

Repository: Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 37132, (615) 898-2632

Restrictions on Access: There are no restrictions on accessing material in this collection.

Copyright: The Tennessee Folklore Society has donated any copyrights that it may own corporately in its records to the Albert Gore Research Center. It is presumed that other corporate and individual copyrights in manuscripts, photographs, and other materials collected by society members have been retained by the copyright owners. Therefore, copyright restrictions apply. Users of materials should seek necessary permissions from the copyright holders to comply with U.S. copyright laws.

Preferred Citation: (Box Number, Folder Number), Tennessee Folklore Society Records, Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Acquisition: The materials contained in the Albert Gore Research Center’s collection were donated by the Tennessee Folklore Society. The Tennessee Folklore Society Papers contain administrative files as well as an extensive collection of the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin. In addition, there is a large collection of journals, quarterlies, newsletters, and related publications from folklore societies in the United States and abroad.

Processed By: : Dollie Boyd, graduate research assistant (2008-2009), Matthew Brown, archivist (2009); Kelsey Fields, graduate assistant (2011), Natalie Goodwin, graduate assistant (2011).

Arrangement: This collection is arranged into ten series: (I) Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, (II) Administrative Files, (III) Collected Works, (IV) Folklore Ephemera, (V) Workshops, Symposia, and Conferences, (VI) Microfilm, (VII) Oversize, (VIII) Slides, (IX) Audio Recordings, and (X)Photographs. The final two series, Audio Recordings and Photographs, are stored separately with materials of similar format in the Albert Gore Research Center's audio and photograph collecctions.

Biographical Note: The Tennessee Folklore Society was founded in 1934, and continues to fulfill its mission to preserve, study, and honor folk art and culture of the mid-South. The organization is comprised of professional folklorists, arts presenters, community scholars, and others with interests in folklore. The society publishes the nation’s oldest regional folklore journal, the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin. It also records and sells traditional Tennessee music, holds an annual meeting, and acts as an agent for state and federal grants related to folklore projects.

Scope and Content: The Tennessee Folklore Society Records contain administrative files as well as an extensive collection on the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, journals, quarterlies, newsletters, and related publications from folklore societies in the United States and abroad, photographs, clippings, ephemera. They are arranged as follows:

Series one (1935-2001) consists of the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin and is divided into two sub-series: (I) Published, which includes the final versions of the Bulletin,and (II) Submissions and Drafts, which include articles submitted to the Tennessee Folklore Society for publication.

Series two (1934-2002) includes the Tennessee Folklore Society’s Administrative Files which is divided into five sub-series. (I) Annual Meeting: includes documents about the society’s annual meetings; (II) Correspondence, Membership, and Subscription: includes correspondence between members of the society, as well as membership records; (III) Grants and Humanities Organizations, Contracts, and Catalogs: includes documents about the grants applied for, and received by, the society, as well as documents about various folklore organizations; (IV) Press Releases and Business of the Tennessee Folklore Society: includes press releases and news stories related to the work of the society; (V) Video and Album Sales: includes grant proposals, notes, and correspondence related to videos and albums issued by the Tennessee Folklore Society. Included within this subseries is information specifically related to Barnicle Recordings, Deford Bailey, The Hicks Family, and Kirkland Recordings.

Series three, Collected Works (1954-1993), includes a variety of works from U.S. and International sources. These works were collected by Charles Wolfe as part of his work with the Tennessee Folklore Society. The series is divided into the following subseries: (I) Articles, Essays, and Stories; (II) Newspaper Articles; (III) Monographs; (IV) Journals and Quarterlies; (V) Newsletters; (VI) Studies and Reports; (VII) Periodicals; (VIII) Guides and Handbooks; (IX) International Monographs; (X) International Periodicals, Journals, and Quarterlies. Sub-series I-VIII are from U.S. sources, while IX and X are from international sources.

Series four is Folklore Ephemera (1982-2002), and includes advertisements, catalogs, fliers, and news clippings related to folklore festivals and folk music concerts.

Series five, Workshops, Symposia and Conferences (1978-2005), includes correspondence related to conferences and workshops, as well as conference packets and mailing lists for conference attendees. Names of Conferences and symposiums discussed in the series include the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), Appalachian Symposium, Folk Festival Symposium, Popular Culture Association in the South, Tennessee Banjo Institute, and the Tennessee Heritage Alliance.

Series six, Microfilm (1939-1967), includes six rolls of microfilm pertaining to Allan M. Trout.

Series seven, Oversize (1972-1983), includes oversized materials which were removed from other series within the collection due to their size. In the collection inventory below we have listed, in parentheses, the original location of each item, so researchers will understand the original order of the materials within their provenance.

Series eight, Slides (1982-1986), includes 60 slides depicting tombstone art in Cheatham County, Tennessee.

Series nine, Audio Recordings (1984-1991, some undated), is divided into three subseries: Interviews, Recordings on Themes, and Tennessee Folklore Society Functions.

Series ten, Photographs (ca. 1920s-1990s), consists of photographs from the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin and Miscellaneous photographs.

Associated Materials: The photographic component of the Records of the Tennessee Folklore Society is filed separately in the photograph collection of the Albert Gore Research Center. The Audio Recording component is filed separately; however, the contents are inventoried within the Audio Recording series in this finding aid.

Related Collections: Materials related to the Records of the Tennessee Folklore Society include the papers of Steve Cates and the Rutherford County Folk Festival Papers, both located at the Albert Gore Research Center

Subject Terms

Persons/Families
Charly Acuff
Hicks Family
Ralph Hyde
Raouf Mama
Sgt. York
Uncle Dave Macon

Organizations/Corporate Names
Dave Webb Private Press
Environmental Education Program
National Endowment for Humanities
National Endowment for the Arts
Southern Arts Federation
Tennessee Arts commission
Tennessee Folklore Society
Tennessee Humanities Council
The Fund for Folk Culture

Places
Johnson County (Kentucky)
Larue County (Kentucky)
Lawrence County (Kentucky)
Morgan County (Kentucky)
Ross County (Ohio)
Washington County (Ohio)
Carter County (Tennessee)
Cheatham County (Tennessee)
Greene County (Tennessee)
Hawkins County (Tennessee)
Memphis, Tennessee
Middle Tennessee
West Tennessee
Braxton County (West Virginia)

Subjects (General)
Appalachian Folklore
Bell Witch
Blues Music
Country Music
Folk Music
Melungeon

Occupations
Quilting
Wood Carving
Bluegrass Music
Firemen
Moonshiner
Weatherman

Materials
Newspaper Articles
Monographs
Journals and Quarterlies
Minutes
Correspondence
Membership rolls
Subscription lists
Contracts
Catalogs
Press Releases
Audio
Photographic images

Collection Inventory:

Series

Sub-Series

Box

Folder

Description of Contents

Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin

Published

1

1

Index 1935 – 1972

 

 

1

2

Vol. I, No. 1-3, 1935

 

 

1

3

Vol. II, No. 1-4, 1936

 

 

1

4

Vol. IV, No. 1 - 4, 1938

 

 

1

5

Vol. V, No. 2, 1939

 

 

2

1

Vol. VII, No. 3 & 4, 1941

 

 

2

2

Vol. VIII, No. 1 -3, 1942

 

 

2

3

Vol. IX, No. 2 & 3, 1943

 

 

2

4

Vol. X, No. 1 – 4, 1944

 

 

2

5

Vol. XII, No. 1 – 4, 1946

 

 

2

6

Vol. XIII, No, 2 – 4, 1947

 

 

2

7

Vol. XIV, No. 4, 1948

 

 

2

8

Vol. XV, No. 1 -3, 1949

 

 

3

1

Vol. XVI, No. 2 – 4, 1950

 

 

3

2

Vol. XXIV, No. 1 – 4, 1958

 

 

3

3

Vol. XVII, No. 1 & 3, 1951

 

 

3

4

Vol. XIX, No. 3, 1953

 

 

3

5

Vol. XX, No. 2 – 4, 1954

 

 

3

6

Vol. XXI, No. 1 – 4, 1955

 

 

3

7

Vol. XXII, No. 1 – 4, 1956

 

 

3

8

Vol. XXIII, No. 1 – 4, 1957

 

 

3

9

Vol. XXIV, No. 1 – 4, 1958

 

 

4

1

Vol. XXV, No. 1, 2, 4, 1959

 

 

4

2

Vol. XXVI, No. 2 & 3, 1960

 

 

4

3

Vol. XXVII, No. 1 – 4, 1961

 

 

4

4

Vol. XXVIII, No. 2 – 4, 1962

 

 

4

5

Vol. XXIX, No. 3, 1963

 

 

4

6

Vol. XXX, No. 2 & 3, 1964

 

 

4

7

Vol. XXXI, No. 1 – 4, 1965

 

 

4

8

Vol. XXXII, No. 1 -4, 1966

 

 

5

1

Vol. XXIII, No. 1 – 4, 1967

 

 

5

2

Vol. XXXIV, No. 1 – 4, 1968

 

 

5

3

Vol. XXXV, No. 1 – 4, 1969

 

 

5

4

Vol. XXXVI, No. 1 – 4, 1970

 

 

5

5

Vol. XXXVI, No. 1 – 4, 1970

 

 

5

6

Vol. XXXVII, No. 1 – 4, 1971

 

 

6

1

Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1 – 4, 1972

 

 

6

2

Vol. XXXIX, No. 1 – 4, 1973

 

 

6

3

Vol. XL, No. 1 – 4, 1974

 

 

6

4

Vol. XLI, No. 1 – 4, 1975

 

 

7

1

Vol. XLII, No. 1 – 4, 1976

 

 

7

2

Vol. XLIII, No. 1 – 4, 1977

 

 

7

3

Vol. XLIV, No. 1 – 4, 1978

 

 

8

1

Vol. XLV, No. 1 – 4, 1979

 

 

8

2

Vol. XLVI, No. 1 – 4, 1980

 

 

8

3

Vol. XLVII, No. 1 – 4, 1981

 

 

9

1

Vol. XLVIII, No. 1 – 4, 1982

 

 

9

2

Vol. XLIX, No. 1 – 4, 1983

 

 

9

3

Vol. L, No. 1 – 4, 1984

 

 

9

4

Vol. LI, No. 1 – 4, 1985

 

 

10

1

Vol. LII, No. 1 – 4, 1987

 

 

10

2

Vol. LIII, No. 1 & 2, 1988

 

 

10

3

Vol. LIV, No. 1,3,4, 1989

 

 

10

4

Vol. LIV, No. 2 & 3, 1990

 

 

10

5

Vol. LV, No. 1,2,4, 1991

 

 

11

1

Vol. LV, No. 3 & 4, 1992

 

 

11

2

Vol. LVI, No. 1 & 2, 1993

 

 

11

3

Vol. LVI, No. 3 & 4, 1994

 

 

11

4

Vol. LVII, No. 1 – 4, 1995 – 96

 

 

11

5

Vol. LVIII, No. 1 – 3, 1997

 

 

12

1

Vol. LIX, No. 1 – 3, 1999

 

 

12

2

Vol. LIX, No. 4, 2000

 

 

12

3

Vol. LX, No. 1 & 4, 2001

 

 

12

4

Vol. LX, No. 3, 2004

 

 

12

5

Vol. LXI, No. 1, 2005

Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin

Submissions and Drafts

13

1

Draft of Index 1935 – 1972

 

 

13

2

Draft of Table of Contents Vol. I – Vol. XXXIII

 

 

13

3

Draft of Memorials and Tributes from Vol. IX, No.3, Vol. XIII, No. 2, Vol. XIV, No. 4, Vol. XIX, No. 1, and Vol. XXI, No. 3

 

 

13

4

Articles Vol. XXII, No. 4

 

 

13

5

Covers and partial article from Vol. XXXII, Nos. 1 & 2

 

 

13

6

Drafts and Articles from Vol. XXXVIII

 

 

14

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XXXIX and Vol. XL, Nos. 1 – 3

 

 

15

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XL, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

15

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLI, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

16

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLI, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

16

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLII, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

17

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLIII, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

18

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLIV, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

19

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLV, Nos. 1 – 4

 

 

19

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLVI, Nos. 1 - 3

 

 

20

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLVI, Nos. 3 & 4

 

 

20

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLVII, Nos. 2 & 3

 

 

21

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLVIII, Nos. 1 & 3

 

 

22

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. XLIX, Nos. 1 – 4

 

 

22

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. L, Nos. 1 & 2

 

 

23

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. L, Nos. 3 & 4

 

 

23

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LI, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

23

3

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LII, Nos. 1 - 3

 

 

24

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LII, No.4

 

 

24

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LIII, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

24

3

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LIV, Nos. 1 & 2

 

 

25

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LIV, Nos. 3 & 4

 

 

25

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LV, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

25

3

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LVI, Nos. 1 & 2

 

 

26

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LVI, Nos. 3 & 4

 

 

26

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LVII, Nos. 1 - 4

 

 

26

3

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LVIII, No. 1

 

 

27

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LVIII, Nos. 2 – 4

 

 

27

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LIX, Nos. 1 – 3

 

 

28

1

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LIX No. 4

 

 

28

2

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LX, No. 1

 

 

28

3

Drafts and Articles for Vol. LX, No. 2

 

 

28

4

6 Vol. LX items retrieved and printed from 3.5" floppy disk titled "TFSB SP 01" on 10/23/2008

 

 

28

3

Resume, correspondence, items related to folklore author Raouf Mama

 

 

28

4

Burton, Thomas G. and Ambrose N Manning, eds. Ray Hicks and Marshall Ward recording document.

 

 

28

5

Dean, Charles. "Tribute to Grover C. Grubbs"

 

 

28

6

Halpert, Herbert. "Riddles from West Tennessee"

 

 

28

7

Johnston, Thomas F. "Tsonga Proverbs in Cultural Context"

 

 

28

8

Kirkland, Edwin Capers. "TVA, Roosevelt, Scopes Trial in Mountain Songs"

 

 

28

9

Kirkland, Mary Neal. "Remarks Delivered to the 1984 Meeting of the Tennessee Folklore Society"

 

 

28

10

McCarthy, Terrence. "Robert Graves and 'Lord Rendal'"

 

 

28

11

Thomson, Robert. "Edwin C. Kirkland - The Collector and His Methods"

 

 

28

12

Wilson, Gordon and Cockrill, W. Willard. "Folklore in Certain Professions: III. - The Weatherman and Folklore"

 

 

28

13

Bell Witch Articles and Documents

 

 

28

14

Unattributed Article: "Folklore of Nashville Fire Dept."

 

 

28

15

Unattributed Article: "The Magic Switch"

 

 

28

16

Unattributed Item: "State Director of Folk Arts Named"

 

 

28

17

Unattributed Item: Songlist

 

 

28

18

Miscellaneous Book Reviews and Abstracts

 

 

28

19

Books Assigned for Review

Administrative Files

Annual Meeting

29

1

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1959

 

 

29

2

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1972

 

 

29

3

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1973

 

 

29

4

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1974

 

 

29

5

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1975

 

 

29

6

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1976

 

 

29

7

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1979

 

 

29

8

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1980

 

 

29

9

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1981

 

 

29

10

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1982

 

 

29

11

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1983

 

 

29

12

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1984

 

 

29

13

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1985

 

 

29

14

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1986

 

 

29

15

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1987

 

 

29

16

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1988

 

 

29

17

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1989

 

 

29

18

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1990

 

 

29

19

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1991

 

 

29

20

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1992

 

 

29

21

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1993

 

 

29

22

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1994

 

 

29

23

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1995

 

 

29

24

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1996

 

 

29

25

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1997

 

 

29

26

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1998

 

 

29

27

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 1999

 

 

29

28

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 2000

 

 

29

29

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 2001

 

 

29

30

Tennessee Folklore Society Annual Meeting 2002

Administrative Files

Correspondence, Membership, and Subscription

30

1

Middle Tennessee State University English Department Memos

 

 

30

2

Tennessee Folklore Society Correspondence

 

 

30

3

Dr. Ralph Hyde Correspondence

 

 

30

4

Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin Subscriptions and Renewals 1995 – 1996

 

 

 

5

Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin Subscriptions and Renewals 1997 – 1998

 

 

 

6

Tennessee Folklore Society Directory 1934 – 1959

 

 

30

7

Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin Bulk Mailing

 

 

31

1

Ledger Book "Tennessee Folklore Society" on cover-Tennessee Folklore Society Individual Membership log 1952-1968, also includes Annual Meeting Roster, 1987-2004.

Administrative Files

Grants and Humanities Organizations; Contracts and Catalogs

32

1

Environmental Education Program

 

 

32

2

The Fund for Folk Culture

 

 

32

3

National Endowment for Humanities

 

 

32

4

National Endowment for the Arts

 

 

32

5

National Endowment for the Arts: Free Hill

 

 

32

6

Southern Arts Federation

 

 

33

1

Tennessee Arts Commission

 

 

33

2

Tennessee Arts Commission: Folk Arts Coordinator

 

 

33

3

Tennessee Arts Commission: Jazz Festival

 

 

33

4

Tennessee Arts Commission: Kirkland Recordings

 

 

33

5

Tennessee Arts Commission: Old-Time Dance Archives

 

 

33

6

Tennessee Arts Commission: Record Recommendations Project

 

 

33

7

Tennessee Humanities Council

 

 

33

8

Tennessee Humanities Council: Classrooms Without Walls

Administrative Files

Press Releases and Business of the Tennessee Folklore Society.

34

1

Southbound Press Kits

 

 

34

2

Tennessee Folklore Society Press Releases

 

 

34

3

Press Releases, Press Materials sent to the Tennessee Folklore Society

 

 

34

4

Tennessee Folklore Society Absentee Ballots 2003

 

 

34

5

American Folklife Preservation Act 1973

 

 

34

6

Award Certificates

 

 

34

7

Tennessee Folklore Society Bank Statements

 

 

34

8

Tennessee Folklore Society Business Meeting Notes

 

 

34

9

Center for Southern Folklore

 

 

34

10

Folk Arts Survey: Cheatham County

 

 

34

11

Tennessee Folklore Society Contracts

 

 

34

12

Evaluation of the Center for Popular Music

 

 

34

13

Tennessee Folklore Society 50th Anniversary Celebration

 

 

34

14

Folklorist's Resumes and CV's

 

 

34

15

Folklore Societies Listing 1942

 

 

34

16

Tennessee Folklore Society Handwritten Notes

 

 

34

17

Tennessee Folklore Society Microfilm Agreement

 

 

34

18

Dr. Ralph Hyde

 

 

34

19

Receipts and Invoices

Administrative Files

Video and Album Sales

35

1

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Barnicle Recordings

 

 

35

2

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Deford Bailey

 

 

35

3

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Bob Douglas Sequatchie Valley: Seven Decades of Country Fiddling

 

 

35

4

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Free Hill

 

 

35

5

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Folk Heritage Vol. I - The Delta

 

 

35

6

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Folk Heritage Vol. II - The Mountains

 

 

35

7

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: The Hicks Family/A Cumberland Singing Tradition

 

 

35

8

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Historical Ballads of the Tennessee Valley

 

 

35

9

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: The Kirkland Recordings

 

 

36

1

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Hicks Family

 

 

36

2

Tennessee Folklore Society Album Project: Uncle Dave Macon

 

 

36

3

Tennessee Folklore Society Video Project: Banjo Meltdown

 

 

36

4

Tennessee Folklore Society Video Project: Charlie Acuff: East Tennessee Fiddler

Collected Works

Articles, Essays, and Stories

37

1

Bible, Jean. "A People With an Unknown Past: 'I'm a Real Melungeon…But I Can't Tell You Where We Came From.'" from the Baltimore Sunday Sun, June 13, 1971

 

 

37

2

Blackman, Bob. "Discover the Archive of Folk Song." Reprint from Folkscene Magazine, January 1975.

 

 

37

3

Bowman, Paddy. "First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro, Alabama"

 

 

37

4

Buchanan, Annabel Morris. "Rise King Jesus"

 

 

37

5

Coleman, Marion Moore ed. Lechitica: In Honor of Charlotte Bielawski-Yess (1917-1957) on the Occasion of the fifteenth Anniversary of her work on THE POLISH LAND. Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania: Alliance College Publications, 1958.

 

 

37

7

Cogswell, Robert. "Maggie Jenkins Murphy: a Craft Biography"

 

 

37

6

Cogswell, Robert. "Lincoln's Cabin and Larue County Carvers," from Back Home in Kentucky magazine January/February 1984.

 

 

37

8

Cogswell, Robert. "Riving: A few old-timers are keeping the craft alive," from Rural Kentuckian magazine July, 1983.

 

 

37

9

Cusic, Don. "Fanfair and Folk Festivals"

 

 

37

10

Darby, Erasmus Foster. "Idy, the Fox-Chasing Cow," Chillicothe, Ohio: Dave Webb Private Press, 1954. - copy

 

 

37

11

Darby, Erasmus Foster. "Idy, the Fox-Chasing Cow," Chillicothe, Ohio: Dave Webb Private Press, 1954. - original

 

 

37

12

Darby, Erasmus Foster. "Idy, the Fox-Chasing Cow," Chillicothe, Ohio: Dave Webb Private Press, 1954. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

13

Darby, Erasmus Foster. "Temporary Thad," Chillicothe, Ohio: Dave Webb Private Press, 1955. copy

 

 

37

14

Darby, Erasmus Foster. "Temporary Thad," Chillicothe, Ohio: Dave Webb Private Press, 1955. original

 

 

37

15

Darby, Erasmus Foster. "Temporary Thad," Chillicothe, Ohio: Dave Webb Private Press, 1955. original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

16

Dundes, Alan. "The Psychology of Legend." Excerpt from larger work pgs. 28 - 31 only.

 

 

37

Oversize

Ferris, Bill. "Ray Lum: Mule Trader, An Essay." Center for Southern Folklore-part of a media package on Ray Lum assembled between 1972 and 1976

 

 

37

17

Gall, John F. "Boar's Head Festival," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - copy

 

 

37

18

Gall, John F. "Boar's Head Festival," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original

 

 

37

19

Gall, John F. "Boar's Head Festival," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

20

Garland, Jennifer. "Folk Riddles Collected by the Carter County Schools," public document authorization #1965, State of Tennessee

 

 

37

21

Goodsell, Leo J. The Tennessee Walking Horse: A History and Consideration for a Museum of the Breed, the Industry, and the National Celebration, Shelbyville, Tennessee: Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, January, 1991. Parts I & II, pages 1 - 42.

 

 

37

22

Gray, Sam. Hazel Creek: Patterns of Life on an Appalachian Watershed, TVA - Division of Land and Forest Resources, WCU - Mountain Heritage Center and Center for Environmental and Energy Education.

 

 

37

23

Graybill, Christopher. "Our Supernatural Superstitions," Newsweek, April 18, 1983.

 

 

37

24

Hamer, Philip. "The Willow Whistle," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1963. - copy

 

 

37

25

Hamer, Philip. "The Willow Whistle," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1963. - original, original wall-paper binding)

 

 

37

26

Hamer, Philip. "The Willow Whistle," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1963. - original wall-paper binding)

 

 

37

27

Harder, Kelsie B. "Folklore vs. Masslore," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - copy

 

 

37

28

Harder, Kelsie B. "Folklore vs. Masslore," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original

 

 

37

29

Harder, Kelsie B. "Folklore vs. Masslore," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

30

Harder, Kelsie B. "The Lady's Shoe Has a Name," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - copy

 

 

37

31

Harder, Kelsie B. "The Lady's Shoe Has a Name," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original

 

 

37

32

Harder, Kelsie B. "The Lady's Shoe Has a Name," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

33

Harder, Kelsie B. "A Selection of Youngstown, Ohio, Autograph Verses," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - copy

 

 

37

34

Harder, Kelsie B. "A Selection of Youngstown, Ohio, Autograph Verses," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original

 

 

37

35

Harder, Kelsie B. "A Selection of Youngstown, Ohio, Autograph Verses," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

36

Harder, Kelsie B. "Vidiotic Onomatology," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - copy

 

 

37

37

Harder, Kelsie B. "Vidiotic Onomatology," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original

 

 

37

38

Harder, Kelsie B. "Vidiotic Onomatology," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

39

Hartsfield, Mariella. "For Want of a Nail: A Synthesis of Metaphorical Definitions"

 

 

37

40

Hiken, Nat. "The Visiting Congressmen," a Sgt. Bilko television script taken from a longer unknown compilation. Pgs. 150 - 167.

 

 

37

41

Kelley, B.E. "Down on the Farm," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - copy

 

 

37

42

Kelley, B.E. "Down on the Farm," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original

 

 

37

43

Kelley, B.E. "Down on the Farm," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

37

44

Kelly, James C. Carroll Cloar: The Tennessee Years, catalog published for an exhibition at the Tennessee State Museum, June 17 - September 30, 1983.

 

 

37

45

Kienzle, Rich. "The Guitar in American Life: From the Founding of Fender to the Present," Guitar Player, Dec. 1980.

 

 

37

46

Kienzle, Rich. "The Whiteface Connection: Is Hard Rock Copping a Riff?" Guitar World, March 1982.

 

 

37

47

Kiser, Fanny Burr. "Some Musical Instruments and Music of Early Tennessee," Nashville, Tennessee: Program for the Tennessee Folklore Society at George Peabody College for Teachers, November 1, 1952.

 

 

37

48

Lofaro, Michael A., ed. “Prospectus; Davy Crockett (1786 – 1986): The Man, The Legend, The Legacy.”

 

 

37

49

Lofaro, Michael A. “Report on Everybody’s Grandpa"

 

 

37

50

Lumpkin, Ben Gray. "The Happy Land of Canaan: An Unpublished Civil War Song," reprint from Civil War History, Vol. XI, No. (March, 1965).

 

 

37

51

Lumpkin, Ben Gray. Words and Sentence Patterns, Boulder, Colorado: 1959.

 

 

37

52

Lyons, John O. "The Fictional Faces of Joseph McCarthy"

 

 

37

53

McClary, Ben Harris, ed. The Lovingood Papers, Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1965.

 

 

37

54

McLean, Ken. "Moonshine Madness: A deadly feud still smoulders on Mowbray Mountain," Uncensored Detective, Vol. 5, No. 1 July, 1949.

 

 

37

55

Nelson, Ozzie. "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet: The Kappa Sig Party," a television script taken from a longer, unknown compilation. Pgs. 116 - 135.

 

 

37

56

Oermann, Robert K. "Louisiana Lou"

 

 

37

57

Oermann, Robert K. and Mary A. Bufwack "Rockabilly Women"

 

 

38

1

Penisten, Edwin H. "Milton Caniff," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original

 

 

38

2

Penisten, Edwin H. "Milton Caniff," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961.- copy

 

 

38

3

Penisten, Edwin H. "Milton Caniff," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961.- original wall-paper binding

 

 

38

4

Peterson, Richard A. "Revitalizing the Culture Concept," Annual Review Sociology, Vol. 5, 1979.

 

 

38

5

Peterson, Richard A. "The Production of Cultural Change: The Case of Contemporary Country Music," Social Research, Vol. 45, No. 2 (Summer 1978).

 

 

38

6

Peterson, Richard A. "Where the Two Cultures Meet: Popular Culture," Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 11 (Fall 1977).

 

 

38

7

Peterson, Richard A. and White, Howard G. "Elements of Simplex Structure." Urban Life, Vol. 10, No. 1. April, 1981.

 

 

38

8

Peterson, Richard A. and White, Howard G. "The Simplex Located in Art Words," Urban Life, Vol. 7, No. 4 (January, 1979).

 

 

38

9

Robinson, Fount. "Rememberance of the Barnyard Mockingbird"

 

 

38

10

Rogers, Roswell. "Betty Goes Steady," a Father Knows Best television script taken from a longer, unknown compilation. Pgs. 150 - 171.

 

 

38

11

Ryan, John and Peterson, Richard A. "The Product Image: The Fate of Creativity in Country Music Songwriting," Individuals in Mass Media Organizations: Creativity and Constraint, Sage Annual Reviews of Communication Research, Vol. 10

 

 

38

12

Sanchez, Annette Ragland. "Funerary Art in Middle Tennessee : 1806-1934." Unpublished Thesis (M.A.) Middle Tennessee State University, 1983

 

 

38

13

Shearson, Gary. "Bessie Campbell: Australia's Queen of the Banjo," Musical Traditions, No. 7 (1987).

 

 

38

14

Simels, Steve. "Superman: Margot Kidder and Christopher Reeve in Full Flight," Stereo Review, March 1979.

 

 

38

15

Sims, Barbara. Untitled essay on religion and rock and roll February 1979

 

 

38

16

Stafford, Tim. "Bluegrass Music in Upper East Tennessee," Congressional Record, February 16, 1988.

 

 

38

17

Taylor, Archer. "Method in the History and Interpretation of a Proverb: 'A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place,'" unknown source.

 

 

38

18

Thompson, Lawrence S. "Bee Lore," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - copy

 

 

38

19

Thompson, Lawrence S. "Bee Lore," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original

 

 

38

20

Thompson, Lawrence S. "Bee Lore," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

38

21

Thompson, Lawrence S. "Hoppy-Toads of the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1959. - original

 

 

38

22

Thompson, Lawrence S. "Hoppy-Toads of the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1959. - copy

 

 

38

23

Thompson, Lawrence S. "Hoppy-Toads of the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1959. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

38

24

Thompson, Lawrence S. "The Moon in the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - copy

 

 

38

25

Thompson, Lawrence S. "The Moon in the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original

 

 

38

26

Thompson, Lawrence S. "The Moon in the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1962. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

38

27

Thompson, Lawrence S. "The Owl in the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - copy

 

 

38

28

Thompson, Lawrence S. "The Owl in the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original

 

 

38

29

Thompson, Lawrence S. "The Owl in the Ohio Valley," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1961. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

38

30

Toelken Barre. Dynamics of Folklore (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1979) pg. 9

 

 

38

31

Toplovich, Ann. "Main Street Moves Ahead," unknown source.

 

 

38

32

Turner and Fisher. The Negro Singer's Own Book; Containing Every Negro Song That Has Ever Been Sung or Printed, Philadelphia, New York: Turner & Fisher. Excerpt: frontspiece and pages 20 & 21.

 

 

38

33

Utley, Francis Lee. "The Devil in the Ark," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1959. - copy

 

 

38

34

Utley, Francis Lee. "The Devil in the Ark," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1959. - original

 

 

38

35

Utley, Francis Lee. "The Devil in the Ark," Chillicothe, Ohio: Ohio Valley Folk Research Project; The Ross County Historical Society, 1959. - original wall-paper binding

 

 

38

36

Williams, John R. "Cinderella and the Appalachians: The Creative Use fo Traditional Motifs"

 

 

38

37

Williams, John R. "Trancript of Oma Henson's Cinderella Story"

 

 

38

38

Williams, Ron " The Coal Mines"

 

 

38

39

(Box1, Polk Miller's Scrapbooks),V.2000.04.01 - .18a-b, Polk Miller Collection, 1889 – 1955,
Valentine Richmond History Center, Richmond, Virginia. - copies of scrapbook

 

 

38

40

Unattributed Excerpt. "Battlefield Ghosts," More Haunted Houses. Pgs. 138 - 141 only.

 

 

38

41

Unattributed. Buford Evans and Son Realty and Auction Co. auctioneer training materials and examination from Craig Casey

 

 

38

42

Unattributed Excerpt. "Using hands as Rulers"

 

 

38

43

Unattributed jokes from Philadelphia, PA c. 1970 and Nashville, TN c. 1980

 

 

38

44

Unattributed Soap Recipe

 

 

38

45

Unattributed stories

 

 

38

46

Unattributed. "Charles Faulkner Bryan: Brief Backgrounds for the Larger Compositions"

 

 

38

47

Unattributed. "Symbolic Memorial Erected for Famous Hero - Sgt. York," reprint from Elberton Graniteer (Summer 1968).

 

 

38

48

Unattributed."Mahalia Jackson," New York: Columbia Records Information Services.

 

 

38

49

Unattributed incomplete draft of paper “semi-professional family singing groups”

 

 

38

50

Unattributed superstitions

Collected Works

Newspaper Articles

39

1

Alligood, Leon. “Carving a Living, Chain Saw in hand.” Nashville Banner, September 21, 1991.

 

 

39

2

Ashton-White, Barbara. “A Country Party entertains some real city folks.” The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Sunday, September 27, 1992.

 

 

39

3

Associated Press. “He’ll Keep on Singing Those ‘Country Blues,’” Unknown Publication, Unknown Date.

 

 

39

4

Associated Press. “Thousands in phony calls plague tiny Illinois phone company.” Unknown publication, unknown date.

 

 

39

5

Battle, Bob. “Late Uncle Dave Macon ’80 Grammy Contender.” Nashville Banner, Tuesday, February 19, 1980.

 

 

39

6

Battle, Bob. “Songwriter: ‘Good Idea’ Is Like Ace in the Hole.” Nashville Banner, Tuesday, February 19, 1980.

 

 

39

7

Bridges, John. “Old Master Steals Show at Fisk.” The Tennessean, Saturday, March 13, 1982.

 

 

39

8

Brown, Fred. “Harp Singers: Making a joyful noise for generations.” The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Sunday, September 27, 1992.

 

 

39

9

Burton, Fred. “The 1982 World’s Fair Folklife Festival, Knoxville, Tennessee.” Blueprint; Washington’s Bluegrass Newspaper, November, 1982.

 

 

39

10

Carter, Walter. “Country Music Museum Goes Cajun.” The Tennesseean, Saturday, March 13, 1982.

 

 

39

11

Carter, Walter. “WSM’s National Audience Secure with New Network.” The Tennessean, Wednesday, December 9, 1981.

 

 

39

12

Cohen, Shoshannah. “Science fiction critic earns distinction.” Hyde Park Herald, Wednesday, July 15, 1987.

 

 

39

13

Corcoran, Michael. “Loose Diamond: The quirky talents of Jo Carol Pierce, Austin’s best-kept songwriting secret, shine on a new tribute album.” The Dallas Morning News, Sunday, January 3, 1993.

 

 

39

14

Cornatzer, Mary. “Loves, lyrics of a ballad singer: Doug Wallin’s music is a national treasure.” The News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina. Sunday, August 7, 1988.

 

 

39

15

Cox, Rebecca. “Moving for fun - - and to learn!” The Daily News Journal, Sunday, February 21, 1982.

 

 

39

16

East, Vickie Kilgore. “Folklife Festival Promotes Past: ‘I-Remember-Whens’ at Fisk University.” The Tennessean, Sunday, September 25, 1983.

 

 

39

17

Edwards, Don. “Kentucky’s Country Singers Get Deserved Recognition.” Sunday Herald-Leader, Lexington, Kentucky, February 17, 1980.

 

 

39

18

Gillem, Tom. “Ernest Tubb Accuses Industry of ‘Quitting’ Country Music.” The Tennessean, Friday, March 14, 1980.

 

 

39

19

Handley, John. “Nashville, Reveling in the Capital of Country Music.” Chicago Tribune, Sunday, June 28, 1981.

 

 

39

20

Henahan, Donal. “America Developing a new interest in old music.” The News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, Sunday, August 7, 1988.

 

 

39

21

Hensley, Dennis. “The Professor Picks Guitar, Indianapolis Star Magazine, May 23, 1982.

 

 

39

22

Horton, Charles. “Sharing a Few Thoughts on Being a Joines.” The Chapel Hill Newspaper, Sunday, October 5, 1980.

 

 

39

23

Hurst, Jack. “Calamity Jane: Energy Spills over into every song.” Chicago Tribune Arts & Books, February 7, 1982.

 

 

39

24

Hurst, Jack. “Tammy’s home after her little fling with pop.” Chicago Tribune Arts & Books, February 14, 1982.

 

 

39

25

Jones, Kathryn. “Ridin’, Ropin’, Rhymin’: Cowboy Poets are finding new appreciation for a literary art that pays homage to old ways.” The Dallas Morning News, Sunday, January 3, 1993.

 

 

39

26

Kilpatrick, James J. “Are Americans more ‘religious’?” The Nashville Banner, Wednesday, October 26, 1983.

 

 

39

27

Kramer, Hilton. “Reagan Aides Discuss U.S. Role in Helping Arts & Humanities.” The New York Times, Wednesday, November 26, 1980.

 

 

39

28

Lindenschmidt, Linda. “Singalong to Inspire Tradition, Motivation.” Rutherford Courier, Thursday, July 14, 1983.

 

 

39

29

Machalba, Daniel. “Time-Life Books’ Profit Health Declines; ‘Headaches’ in Medical Series a Symptom.” Wall Street Journal, May 10, 1982.

 

 

39

30

McDonald, Emily. “Fiddler on the hustings: In early years, Gore entertained for votes.” The Chattanooga Times, Tuesday, August 30, 1994.

 

 

39

31

McLeese, Don. “Austin’s live-music scene endures- as underappreciated as ever.” The Dallas Morning News, Sunday, January 3, 1993.

 

 

39

32

Moore, Judy. “At 103, She’s still quilting away” and “A new revival for old quilt-making art.” Chicago Sun-Times, January 5, 1980.

 

 

39

33

Neese, Sandy. “Ex-Doobie Comes to Town: Michael McDonald a Concerned Brother,” The Tennessean, Wednesday, October 17, 1984.

 

 

39

34

Oermann, Robert K. “Bluegrass’ Bill Monroe Plans Hall of Fame & Museum,” The Tennessean, March 7, 1984.

 

 

39

35

Oermann, Robert K. “Folksinger Dee Hicks, 76, Dies: Ancient Mountain Ballads Live on Because of Him,” The Tennessean, Wednesday, January 19, 1983.

 

 

39

36

Rogers, Tom. “Folklorist: Bluegrass Brand New Tradition,” The Tennessean, Wednesday, October 17, 1984.

 

 

39

37

Senn, Dorothy. “Alex Stewart Remembered – a man of many seasons,” The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Friday, April 19, 1985.

 

 

39

38

Sharpe, Jerry. “Hank Williams Revisited: Western Classics Series Revives Old Memories,” Pittsburg Press, Sunday, January 10, 1982.

 

 

39

39

Spurlock, Jim. “Singing, Preserving Old Songs are Hobby for Hershell Sanders,” The Tullahoma News and Guardian, Wednesday, April 15, 1981.

 

 

72

6 rolls of microfilm

Trout, Allan M. "Greetings from Old Kentucky" the folklore Column Louisville Courier-Journal1939 - 1967.

 

 

39

40

United Press International. “Banjo King Reno Dies,” and “TAC Appoints Three to Staff Spots,” The Tennessean, Wednesday, October 17, 1984.

 

 

39

41

Walker, Hugh. “History Disputes Romantic Image of the Southland,” The Tennessean, Sunday, February 14, 1982.

 

 

39

42

Wilson, Victor. “America is a land of true believers,” Nashville Banner, Tuesday, March 8, 1983.

 

 

39

43

Yardley, Jonathan. “Nothing But a Hound Dog: Elvis Presley’s Squalid Life,” Book World, October 18, 1981.

 

 

39

44

York, Max. “Decker Pottery Thrived on Clay in Chucky Valley,” The Tennessean, Sunday, February 14, 1982.

 

 

39

45

York, Max. “Metro Teachers Learn a Lesson: History the Key to the Future,” The Tennessean, Sunday, September 25, 1983.

 

 

39

46

Unattributed. Obituary – “Alex Stewart, Sneedville Award-Winning Master Cooper and Teacher,” The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Monday, April 15, 1985.

 

 

39

47

Unattributed. “Folk Singer to Speak, Perform,” Sidelines, November 4, 1986.

 

 

39

48

Unattributed. “Frank Luther’s Jackpot,” Unknown Publication, Unknown Date.

 

 

39

49

Unattributed. “Heritage Lectures Planned,” The Dispatch, Cookeville, Tennessee, August 6, 1974.

 

 

39

50

Unattributed. Author Biographies – “History and Biography, Children, Photography, and Fiction,” Unknown Publication, Unknown Date.

 

 

39

51

Unattributed. “In Jackson Business Circles,” Daily Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi, Sunday, November 30, 1930.

 

 

39

52

Unattributed. “Kirk McGee fondly remembered,” The Nashville Banner, Wednesday, October 26, 1983.

 

 

39

53

Unattributed. “’Ole Perfessor’ Sings 503 tunes in 32 ½ hours,” Muncie Evening Press, September 14, 1982.

 

 

39

54

Unattributed. “One for the book?: The Ole Perfessor Sings 500 Songs in 32 Hours,” Muncie Star, September 14, 1982.

 

 

39

55

Unattributed. “Preparations begin for ‘Uncle Dave Days,’” Daily News Journal, Sunday, February 21, 1982.

 

 

39

56

Unattributed. Obituary – “Rev. Wright Services Set Wednesday,” Unknown Publication, Unknown Date.

 

 

39

57

Unattributed. “Silver Dollar City opens Sunday with more musicals,” The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Friday, April 19, 1985.

 

 

39

58

Unattributed. “UC Stronghold of Good Old-Timey Music,” Unknown Publication, Unknown Date.

Collected Works

Monographs

40

Bound copies

Brown, James I. Exercise Manual for Explorations in College Reading. Boston: D. C. Heath and Company, 1959.

 

 

40

2 Bound copies

Brown, James I. Explorations in College Reading. Boston: D.C. Heath and Company, 1959.

 

 

 

? Bound copies

Thurman, Sybil ed. A History of the Tennessee Valley Authority: 50th Anniversary Edition. Knoxville, Tennessee: S.B. Newman, Printing Company, 1982. -- missing 01-28-2011

 

 

40

Bound copies

Whiteaker, Larry H. and Dickinson, W. Calvin. Tennessee in American History. Needham Heights, Massachusetts: Ginn Press, 1989.

 

 

40

Bound copies

Miles, Emma Bell. Fountain Square Conversations: and other writings for the Chattanooga News April 1- June 30, 1914.

Collected Works

Journals and Quarterlies

41

Bound copies

Abstracts of Folklore Studies, Vol. I, No. 4, Nov. 1963 & Vol. IV, No. 4, Winter 1966

 

 

41

Bound copies

Blue Cloud Quarterly, The Vol. XXVII, No. 1 & 2 1981

 

 

41

Bound copies

“Star Child” poems by Paula Gunn Allen 1981, “There is No Word for Goodbye” poems by Mary Tall Mountain 1981

 

 

Box
41

Bound copies

Carolina Quarterly, The Vol. 1, No. 3 June 1949, Vol. 8, No. 1 Fall 1955

 

 

Box
41

Bound copies

Devil's Box Vol. 10 - 16, 1976-1987

 

 

42

Bound copies

Devil's Box Vol. 17 - 21, 1983-1987

 

 

42

Bound copies

Factotum, Issue 4, May 1950

 

 

42

Bound copies

Folklore Americas, Vol. XXII, No. 1, June 1952 (in Spanish)

 

 

42

Bound copies

Folklore Historian Vol. 20, 2003

 

 

42

Bound copies

Georgia Review, Vol. XXXVI, No. 4, Winter 1982

 

 

42

Bound copies

Journal of American Folklore, Vols. 75-78, 1962-65

 

 

43

Bound copies

Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 69, no 271 Vol. 71 no. 279, vol 79 no. 311, 1966

 

 

43

Bound copies

Journal of the Folklore Institute Vol. III, IV, VIII, XIV, 1966-1977

 

 

43

Bound copies

Kentucky Folklore Record Vol. I - XIII, 1955 - 1962

 

 

44

Bound copies

Kentucky Folklore Record Vol. IX - XX, 1963 - 1974

 

 

45

Bound copies

Kentucky Folklore Record Vol. XXI-XXXII 1975 - 1986

 

 

45

Bound copies

Keystone Folklore Quarterly Vol. XI – XVII, 1966-1972

 

 

46

Bound copies

Keystone Folklore Quarterly Vol. XVIII - XXIV, New Series Vol. 1-3, 1973-1989

 

 

46

Bound copies

Literature and Psychology Vol. XVI - XXIV, 1966-1974

 

 

47

Bound copies

Midwestern Folklore Vol. 13 - 29, 1987 - 2003

 

 

47

Bound copies

Midwestern Journal of Language and Folklore Vol. I - XI, 1975-1985

 

 

47

Bound copies

Mississippi Folklore Register Vol. I - III, 1967-1969

 

 

48

Bound copies

Mississippi Folklore Register Vol. IV - XXIV, 1967-1990

 

 

48

Bound copies

Names: Vol. 14 - 18, 1966 - 1970

 

 

49

Bound copies

Names: Vol. 19 - 27, 1977 - 1979

 

 

49

Bound copies

Names in South Carolina Vol. XXVII, Winter 1980

 

 

49

Bound copies

New York Folklore Vol. I - IV, 1975 - 1978

 

 

50

Bound copies

New York Folklore Vol. V - VII, 1979 - 1981

 

 

50

Bound copies

New York Folklore Quarterly Vol. XXII - XXX,1966-1979

 

 

50

Bound copies

North Carolina Folklore Journal Vol. IV – XX
IV, 1956- 1976

 

 

51

Bound copies

North Carolina Folklore Journal Vol. XXVI - XXXVI 1978 - 1989

 

 

51

Bound copies

Northeast Folklore Vol. XIII: 1972

 

 

51

Bound copies

Northern Junket Vol. 8 - 10, 1966- 1972

 

 

52

Bound copies

Northern Junket Vol. 11 - 14, 1972 - 1983

 

 

52

Bound copies

Northwest Folklore Vol. I - IV, 1965-1985

 

 

52

Bound copies

Old North West Vol. 4 - 5, 1978 - 1979

 

 

53

Bound copies

Old North West Vol. 6 - 15, 1980 - 1992

 

 

54

Bound copies

South Atlantic Bulletin Vol. XXXIX - XLIV, 1974-1979

 

 

54

Bound copies

Southern Folklore Quarterly Vol. I – IV no. 2, 1937-1940

 

 

55

Bound copies

Southern Folklore Quarterly Vol. VI - Vol. XI, 1940 - 1947

 

 

56

Bound copies

Southern Folklore Quarterly Vol. XII - Vol. XVIII. No. 3, 1948 - 1954

 

 

57

Bound copies

Southern Folklore Quarterly Vol. XVII, No. 4 - XXXIII, 1954 - 1969

 

 

58

Bound copies

Southern Folklore Quarterly Vol. XXXIII - XLV, 1969 - 1981

 

 

59

Bound copies

Southern Folklore Quarterly reprints

 

 

59

Bound copies

Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Vol. XXVII, No. 1, Spring 1968 & Vol. XXXVIII, No. 4, Winter 1979

 

 

59

Bound copies

Tennessee Philological Bulletin Vol. II - XII, 1965-1979

 

 

59

Bound copies

Tequesta No. XXVI - XXXVII, 1966-1977

 

 

60

Bound copies

Western Folklore Vol. XXV - XXXVI, 1966- 1978

 

 

 

61

Bound copies

Western Folklore Vol. XXXVIII - L, 1979 - 1991

Collected Works

Newsletters

62

1

AFI Education Newsletter, Jan.Feb. 1981

 

 

62

2

Alabama Folklife Association Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 4, April 1981

 

 

62

3

Alternate Roots Newsletter, June 1982

 

 

62

4

The American Folklore Newsletter 1972-1983

 

 

62

5

American Studies Association of Kentucky and Tennessee Newsletter, No. 31, Jan. 1968

 

 

62

6

Appalachian Center; Berea College Newsletter, Vol. 8, Nos. 3&4, Vol. 10, No. 4, Vol. 11, No.3, Vol. 19, No. 1, Vol. 22, No. 4

 

 

62

7

Archives of Appalachia Newsletter. Vol. III, No. 1

 

 

62

8

Association of Folklorists in the South Newsletter, Vol. 9, 1986

 

 

62

9

Blue Ridge Music Association Newsletter, Vol. IV, No.2, 1994

 

 

62

10

Center for Southern Folklore Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter 1980

 

 

62

11

C.M.F. Country Music Foundation Newsletter, Vol. II, No. 3, 1982; Vol. V, No. 1, 1986

 

 

62

12

Com-All-Ye, Vol. 3, No. 5 1982

 

 

62

13

Cotton Patch Rag-Houston Folklore Society Newsletter, Vol. 14, No. 1, Jan. 1980

 

 

62

14

Concentrics- The Rounder Records Newsletter, Vol. 1, Nos. 4&5, 1982

 

 

62

15

County Sales Newsletter, Nos. 100, 103, 104, 117, 121

 

 

62

16

Courier- Tennessee Historical Commission Newsletter, The, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, Feb. 1980, Vol. XXIV, No. 1, Oct. 1985

 

 

62

17

Cross-Reference- Tennessee Committee for the Humanities Newsletter, Fall 1980

 

 

62

18

Environmental Communicator- National Association for Environmental Education, The Dec. 1983

 

 

62

19

Expressions: The Urban Traditions Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 2, Summer/Fall 1985

 

 

62

20

Federal library Committee Newsletter, Aug. 1981, No. 122

 

 

62

21

Florida Folklife News, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1982

 

 

62

22

Folklife Center News, Vol. II, No. 2, Vol. IV, No. 4, Vol. V, No. 1,3,4, Vol. VI. No. 1,2, Vol. VII, No. 2, Vol. VIII, No. 4- 1979-1985

 

 

62

23

Folklore Society of Greater Washington Newsletter, The, Vol. IX, No. 3, 1972; Vol. XVII, No. 5&6, 1981

 

 

62

24

Humanities in the South, Newsletter of the Southern Humanities Conference, No. 5,6,9,23,26-32,34,35,37,38,40-45,47,57- 1956-1983

 

 

62

25

Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletters, Vol. IX, No. 1- 1979, Vol. XII, No. 2- 1983

 

 

62

26

Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Association Newsletter, The, Vol. II, No. 2- Summer 1983

 

 

62

27

Mariposa Notes; Mariposa Folk Foundation Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 4- Spring 1982

 

 

62

28
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Memphis Academy of Arts, The ; A College of Visual Art Newsletter, Spring 1984. (housed in Folklore_Tennessee Folklore Society_Oversize)

 

 

62

29

Middle Tennessee State University English Department Newsletter, Spring 1979, Winter 1980-81, Spring 1983

 

 

62

30

Mid-South Humanities Project Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 1- June 1979

 

 

62

31

Midwestern Language and Folklore Newsletter, Vol. I/II- 1978/79

 

 

62

32

Mississippi Folklore Society Newsletter, No. 17

 

 

62

33

Missouri Folklore Society Newsletter, Vol. 28, No. 3-4- Sept. 2004

 

 

62

34

National Black Music Caucus Newsletter, Dec. 1982

 

 

62

35

New York Folklore Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 1&2 1975-76; Spring 1981

 

 

62

36

Newsletter of the North Carolina Folklore Society, Summer 1982, Fall 1982, Summer 1983

 

 

62

37

Old Time Times, March 1985

 

 

62

38

RAP, University of Texas Folklore Association Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 1-3

 

 

62

39

Rugbeian Newsletter, The, Vol. B-IX, No. 1- 1975/76

 

 

62

40

Southern Register, The; University of Mississippi Newsletter. Vol I, No. 4- Fall 1982, Vol. III, No. 3- Winter 1985

 

 

62

41

Spaces; Saving and Preserving Arts & Cultural Environments, Vol. I, No. 1

 

 

62

42

Tennessee Arts Education Newsletter, Vol. 3, No.2 1990-91

 

 

62

43

Tennessee Arts Report, Summer 1982, May 1995

Collected Works

Studies and Reports

63

1

President's Report 1987-88. Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

 

 

63

2

Archeological and Historical Assessment of the First Hermitage. Division of Archeology Tennessee Department of Conservation and The Ladies Hermitage Association, 1976

 

 

63

3

Architectural Study of Some Folk Structures in the Area of Paintsville Lake Dam, Johnson and Morgan Counties, Kentucky. Ronald C. Carlisle, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District August 1982

 

 

63

4

Architectural Study of Some Log Structures in the Area of the Yatesville Lake Dam Lawrence County, Kentucky. Ronald C. Carlisle, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, September 1978

 

 

63

5

Atoms in Appalachia: Historical Report on the Clinch River Breeder Reactor Site. Daniel Schaffer, TVA 1982

 

 

63

6

Center for Southern Folklore Report of Program, Memphis, Tennessee 1979

 

 

63

7

Guide to the Geology Along the Interstate Highways in Tennessee. Robert Lake Wilson, Tennessee Division of Geology Report of Investigations 39, 1981

 

 

63

8

Historical and Architectural Study of buildings and Artifacts Associated with the Bulltown Historic Area, Burnsvillle Lake Project, Braxton County, West Virginia. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, September 1979

 

 

63

9

Historical Background and Archeological Testing of the Davy Crockett Birthplace State Historic Area, Greene County, Tennessee. Samuel D. Smith, Division of Archeology Tennessee Department of Conservation, 1980

 

 

63

10

History of the Weston & Gauley Bridge Turnpike. E. L. Kemp, Ph.D. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, November 1979

 

 

63

11

Industrial History of Hawkins County, Tennessee. Margaret Ripley Wolfe, TVA 1983

 

 

63

12

Joseph Barker, Jr. Home: A Comparative Architectural and Historical Study of a 19th Century Brick and Frame Dwelling in Washington County, Ohio. Ronald C. Carlisle and Ronald L. Michael, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, February 1981

 

 

63

13

Peoples' Appalachia: A Critical Research Report from the Peoples' Appalachian Research Collective Vol. I, No. 3 June-July,1970, Vol. I, No. 5 Oct.-Dec., 1970

 

 

63

14

Traditional Craftsmanship in America: A Diagnostic Report. Charles Camp, National Council for the Traditional Arts, Washington, D.C. 1983

Collected Works

Periodicals

64

1
Oversize

Accent Arts and Entertainment; The Sunday News Journal, Sunday, November 13, 1983. (housed in Folklore_Tennessee Folklore Society_Oversize)

 

 

64

2
Oversize

Country Music Insider, Vol. 7, No. 6, October (housed in Folklore_Tennessee Folklore Society_Oversize)

 

 

64

3

Homespun, Vol. I, No. 1 & 2 1973; Vol. II, No. 2-4 1974-75

 

 

64

4

Mountain Life and Work: Magazine of the Appalachian South, Fall 1964

 

 

64

5

Now and Then, Vol. 3, No. 2 & 3 1986; Vol. 8, No. 2 1990

 

 

64

6

Tennessee Conservationist, The Sept./Oct. 1984

 

 

64

7

Tennessee Junior Historian, The Vol. I, Nos. 1-6

 

 

64

8

Tennessee Magazine, Vol. 16, No. 11 Dec. 1973; Vol. 19, No. 8 Aug. 1976

Collected Works

Guides and Handbooks

64

9

American Folk Music and Folklore Recordings: A Selected List 1983, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1992.

 

 

64

10

Comprehensive Source Book on Black Derived Music, Books and Related Materials Submitted by Music Companies and Individuals. Organized and Compiled by Camille C. Taylor Executive Secretary of the National Black Music Caucus of The Music Educators National Conference.

 

 

64

11

Folklore Bibliographies

 

 

64

12

Guide for Collectors of Oral Traditions and Folk Cultural Material in Pennsyyvania. MacEdward Leach and Henry Glassie, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commision.

 

 

64

13

Guide to the Holdings of the Traditional Craft Archive. Mark H. Howard, Archivist, Madison County Historical Society, Oneida, NY.

 

 

64

14

Guidelines for Implementation of State Folk Arts Programs. Richard Van Kleeck.

 

 

64

15

Kodály for Beginning Levels, vol. 2. Teaching Music at Beginning Levels Through the Kodaly Concept.

 

 

64

16

Library Resources in Tennessee: A Directory of Unique and Special Collections. Gentry Crowell, Secretary of State.

 

 

64

17

Middle Tennessee State University Student Directory 1973-74.

 

 

64

18

Purchase Remembrances: A Kentucky Regional Oral History and Photographic Project, an Interviewer's Guide. Prepared by the Forrest C. Pogue Oral History Institute, Murray State University, 1982.

 

 

64

19

Things Japanese in Tennessee, a resource booklet. Revised 1988.

 

 

64

20

Voices from the Past: A Catalog of Oral History Interviews from the Land Between the Lakes. Prepared by the Forrest C. Pogue Oral History Institute, Murray State University, 1982.

Collected Works

International Monographs

65

Bound copies

Acta Musei Moraviae Ethnographica IX, 1969 - 1974 (Museum of Moravia Ethnographic Institute in Brunae)

 

 

65

Bound copies

Ernö, Kunt. Temetök Az Aggteleki-Karszt Falvaiban, 1978

 

 

65

Bound copies

István, Dobrossy. Dohánytermesztés A Nyírségben, 1978

 

 

65

Bound copies

Kunz, Ludvik. Kronika Socialistické Vesnice (Socialist Village Chronicle)

 

 

65

Bound copies

Kunz, Ludvik. Lidová Fajáns v Československu (The People's Faience in Czechoslovakia)

 

 

65

Bound copies

Zoltán, Ujváry. A Temetés Paródiája, 1978

Collected Works

International Periodicals, Journals & Quarterlies

66

Bound copies

Österreichische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde (Austria) Vol. XXX, XXXI, XXXIII-XXXVII, XLV- 1976-7, 79-81, 83,86-91

 

 

67

Bound copies

Miscellaneous Item: "Albanien-Symposion Kittsee 1984" (Austria) brochure and "Damit es nicht verlorengeht…" (Austria) book flier

 

 

67

Bound copies

Hoot Folk Music Magazine (Canada), No. 1-3, 1963

 

 

67

Bound copies

Hoot Folk Music Magazine (Canada), Vol. 2, No. 1-5 1966

 

 

67

Bound copies

Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies Paper No. 7. An Introduction to the Canadian Center for Folk Culture Studies, National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada. Ottawa, March 1973

 

 

67

Bound copies

National Museum of Man Canadian Center for Folk Culture Studies Newsletter (Canada) No. 3, June 1970, No. 5, June 1972

 

 

67

Bound copies

Northern Folk (Canada) Nos. 1-6

 

 

67

Bound copies

Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society (England), Vol. IX, No. 4 & 5 1963

 

 

67

Bound copies

Journal of the English Folk Dance & Song Society [Folk Music Journal] (England), 1966, 68,71-75

 

 

67

Bound copies

Mitteilungen aus dem Museum fur Volkerkunde (Germany) 1975, 1978

 

 

67

Bound copies

Tradizioni (Italy), Vol. 1, No. 2 1967

 

 

67

Bound copies

Block (Netherlands), one issue 1979

 

 

67

Bound copies

Ethno Logische Zeitschrift Zuerich I, 1971 (Switzerland)

 

 

67

Bound copies

Bulletin of the International Folk Music Council, No. XLI, Oct. 1972. (UNESCO)

 

 

68

Bound copies

Ethnographia (Hungary) Vol. XCVIII, No. 2-4 1987, Vol. XCIX, No. 2 1988

 

 

68

Bound copies

Neprajzi Hirek (Hungary) Vol. XVII, No. 3 1988

 

 

68

Bound copies

Folklore Americano (Peru), Año X, No. 10 1962, XV-XX, 1967-1972

 

 

69

Bound copies

Tocher: Tales, Music, Song Selected from the School of Scottish Studies Archives, No. 1 1971

 

 

69

Bound copies

Scottish Studies (Scotland), Vol. 10-21, 23-24, 26-28, 30 - 1966-77, 79-80, 82-3, 87, 91

Folklore Ephemera

Folklore Ephemera

70

1

Advertisements, Catalogs, Fliers for Books

 

 

70

2

Advertisements, Fliers for Audio Visual Products

 

 

70

3

Advertisements, Fliers for Festivals

 

 

70

4

Music Catalogs

 

 

70

5
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Advertisements, Fliers for Musical Acts (part housed in Folklore_Tennessee Folklore Society_Oversize)

 

 

70

6

Posters, Entry Forms for Music Performances

 

 

70

7
Oversize

Miscellanea: Museum Brochures, Gift Catalogs, Postcards, Contest Fliers, Nashville Visitor's Guide (1979) (part housed in Folklore_Tennessee Folklore Society_Oversize)

Workshops, Symposia and Conferences

Workshops, Symposia and Conferences

71

1

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), January 9, 1984. Correspondence, summary.

 

 

71

2
Oversize

Appalachian Symposium, April 7 - 9, 1976.Folder, conference materials (housed in Folklore_Tennessee Folklore Society_Oversize)

 

 

71

3

Celebration Northeast '78, sponsored by the Hopkins Center, July 20 - 22, 1978. Conference booklet.

 

 

71

4

Committee on the Publication of American Music. (COPAM) Conference, 1987. Correspondence regarding reimbursement.

 

 

71

5

Conference on Appalachian Research, May 11 - 12, 1984. Schedule.

 

 

71

6

Folk Festival Symposium - MTSU, November 10, 1986. Mailing list.

 

 

71

7

The Folklore of the Present, Paper presented at conference.

 

 

71

8

Furthering the Folk Arts in Tennessee; a Symposium on Folklore-Related Activities in the Volunteer State, November 2 - 4, 1978. Schedule.

 

 

71

9

International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) Conferences June, 1981 & September, 1983. Lists of papers presented, informational flier, advance interest form, book order form.

 

 

71

10

Mid-South Humanities Project Institute, July 8 - 28, 1979. Schedule and correspondence.

 

 

71

11

National Association for Environmental Education (NAEE) Conference, September 30 - October 5, 1983. Newsletter, brochure, conference packet.

 

 

71

12

Old-Time Music on the Radio Conference, 1994. List of attendees.

 

 

71

13

The Poisoning in Lord Randal, a paper by Graham S. Kash read to the 64th Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Philological Association, February, 1969.

 

 

71

14

The Political Role of Labor: Labor's Impact on Government, February 2, 1976. List of presenters.

 

 

71

15

Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, April 14 - 18, 1982. Conference booklet.

 

 

71

16

Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, March 23 - 26, 1988. Proposal acceptance letter, registration packet.

 

 

71

17

Popular Culture Association in the South (PCAS), October 4 -6, 1984. Conference flier.

 

 

71

18

Popular Culture Association in the South (PCAS), October 7 - 9, unknown year. Poster.

 

 

71

19

Regents' Conference on Higher Education, State of Tennessee, April 1 - 3, 1984. Flier, registration form.

 

 

71

20

Sonneck Society, Midcontinent American Studies Association (MASA), American Musicological Society (AMS), History Special Research Interest Group (SRIG) Special Joint Meeting, March 31 - April 4, 1982. Program.

 

 

71

21

South Atlantic Modern Language Association; Folklore Section, November 5 - 7, 1981. Correspondence, presenter information.

 

 

71

22

Southern Arts Exchange, sponsored by the Southern Arts Federation, October 7 - 9, 1982. Flier, registration form.

 

 

71

23

Sue Bennett Folk Festival, April 4 - 7, 1984. Schedule and correspondence.

 

 

71

24

A Symposium on Regional Resources, October 29, 2005. Program.

 

 

71

25

Teaching About Women in Country Music, a paper by James E. Akenson presented at the Tennessee Folklore Society Meeting November 12, 1994.

 

 

71

26

Tennessee Archivists Spring Meeting, March 27 - 28, 1980. Schedule.

 

 

71

27

Tennessee Banjo Institute, November 1 - 3, 1990. Program.

 

 

71

28

Tennessee Banjo Institute, November 5 - 7, 1992. Schedule, program draft, and notes.

 

 

71

29

Tennessee Council Teachers of English Statewide Conference, October 6, 1984. Schedule, registration form.

 

 

71

30

Tennessee Folklore Society Symposium, October 19 - 20, 1984. Press Release.

 

 

71

31

Tennessee Folklore Workshop, June 20 - 21, 1975. Schedule, course materials, and documentation.

 

 

71

32

Tennessee Heritage Alliance (THA) Conference, September 6 - 7, unknown year. Program Revisions, Room Assignments, Handwritten Note.

 

 

71

33

Tennessee Linguistics: Official Publication of the Tennessee Conference on Linguistics, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter, 1981.

 

 

71

34

Vintage Banjo Reproduction, a paper presented at the Guild of American Luthiers Convention/Exhibition, August 4, 1984.

Oversize

Oversize

73

1

Accent Arts and Entertainment; The Sunday News Journal, Sunday, November 13, 1983.(from Tennessee Folklore Society_Collected Works_Periodicals_Box 64_Folder 1)

 

 

73

2

Appalachian Symposium, April 7 - 9, 1976.Folder, conference materials(from Tennessee Folklore Society_Workshops, Symposia and Conferences_Workshops, Symposia and Conferences_Box 71)

 

 

73

3

Country Music Inquirer, Vol. 7, No. 6, October (from Tennessee Folklore Society_ Collected Works_Periodicals_Box 64_Folder2)

 

 

73

4

Ferris, Bill. "Ray Lum: Mule Trader, An Essay." Center for Southern Folklore-part of a media package on Ray Lum assembled between 1972 and 1976 (from Tennessee Folklore Society_Collected Works_Articles, Essays, and Stories_Box 37)

 

 

73

5

Jones, Robert S. The Abingdon Branch: Recollections of the Early Days of a Railroad Era."

 

 

73

6

McDonald's Folklore Placemat (from Tennessee Folklore Society_Ephemera_Box 1_Folder: Miscellanea: Museum Brochures, Gift Catalogs, Postcards, Contest Fliers, Nashville Visitor's Guide (1979)

 

 

73

7

Memphis Academy of Arts, The. A College of Visual Art Newsletter, Spring 1984. (from Tennessee Folklore Society_Collected Works_Newsletters_Box 62_Folder 28)

 

 

73

8

State of Tennessee Old-Time Fiddlers' Championships 1982 Official Program (from Tennessee Folklore Society_Ephemera_Box 1_Folder: Advertisements, Fliers for Musical Acts)

Audio Recordings

Interviews

AV1

Cassette Tape

Anderson, Myrtle

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Armstrong

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Asimov

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Beasley, Horace. Musical Folklore

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Bratcher, Owen & Nina Mae (1984)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Brown, Joann

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Carroll, Eddie (with songs)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Decker, (Ira ?)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Dotson, Buddy Will

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Dotson Jr., Guy R.

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Ellison

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Fisher, Mike. Storyteller (1986)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Fleming, Mildred Dorris

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Fleming, Mitchell

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Gunn, Sheila, Sherry, Sharon, and Shawn

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Head, Cifford

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Hicks, Ray "Whickity Whack"

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Higgins, Essie. "Quilting"

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Higgins. Gospel Groups and Narratives

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Hollis, Teddy Clark. Trapping

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Holmes; Eddie

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Howard, Dr. Phillip; Beasley, Horace. Musical Folklore

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Jordan, Mr. Signal Mtn.

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

King, Maynard

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Little, Fannie Wheeler; Crockett, Maymie. Old Time Revival

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Marquis, James. Episcopalian Stories

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Massey, Glen

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

McMahan, Stella and the Young Sisters

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Meek, R.S.

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Moore, Bessie

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Murphy, Hobart (1984)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Neal, Sam; Grotto, Stella; Townes, City. A Legend of Long Hunter State Park

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Peters, Saviah Margaret. Family History and Songs

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Riley, "Uncle Bob" (1991)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Roberts, also Stroud, Vaughn, and Fleming

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Rollins Family

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Simpson, Jim. Astrology See paper Box 5 Fl 30

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Sogo

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Van Vogt, A.E. (2 tapes)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Webster, Fran; Martin, Bernice; McGraw, Amy. Courthouse Burning

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

White, Betty Ann. Farm Life During the Depression (1985)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

White, Joyce. Supernatural Stories of

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Willetts, Dr. Sandra; Harvin, Dr. Lawrence. Musical Folklore

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Wolfe, Dr. Charles

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Woodard, Maggie Mae. Home Remedies

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Woodfin, John

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Wray, Susan

Audio Recordings

Recordings on Themes

AV1

Cassette Tape

Anonymous Hunting Tales

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Ballad of the Boswell Boys

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Bell Witch

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Black Dialect

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Chicken on a Limb, Hickman's Boys

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Cooking "Soul" Southern Food

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape Cassette Tape

Early Textile Songs/Confederate Songs of the Civil War

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Ethnic Dialect and Humor

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Ethnic Humor

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Funeral Recitations

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Harmonica Frank

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Home Remedies and Herbal Cures

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Jewish Customs

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Kennedy Narratives

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Margaret Binnicker & Gospel Songbirds (1996)

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

McDonald Craig to W.H. Bass: Country Music

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Music from the Church, to Amy

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Ohio Prison Fire

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Quilting

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

The Quilting Experiences of Two Pegram, TN Women

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Sunday Singing; Shawnatee, TN

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Uncle Buck, Signal Mtn.

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Whippoorwills

Audio Recordings

Tennessee Folklore Society Functions

AV1

Cassette Tape

1984 Tennessee Folklore Society Meeting. 3 Tapes

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

1984 Tennessee Folklore Society Evening Concert

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

1984 Tennessee Folklore Society Symposium; Cookville, TN

 

 

AV1

Cassette Tape

Tennessee Folklore Society Recording #105