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Fri Mar 21 17:10:09 2014 UTClccn-no000919180.10Doggone country0.391.00In the pines Going back to Jericho26616157no 000919185352036Walsh, Doctor Coblelccn-n93001028Macon, Uncle Dave1870-1952prfnp-tanner, gidTanner, Gidprflccn-no2005115271Small, Marshallprflccn-no98027782J.E. Mainer's Mountaineersprflccn-no2008131840Sheffield Quartetprflccn-n2003093479Johnson, Rolandapproximately 1888-prflccn-n82090944White, Joshprfnc-kentucky ramblers musical group grafton wisKentucky Ramblers (Musical group : Grafton, Wis.)prflccn-no98018386Stovepipe No. 1prflccn-n81072535White, BukkaprfWalsh, DockMusicGospel musicFolk songs, EnglishSpirituals (Songs)Folk musicOld-time musicCountry musicUnited StatesFolk musicBluegrass musicGospel musicHymns, EnglishShape-note singingSermons, AmericanSacred songsSpirituals (Songs)Popular musicBanjo musicAppalachian RegionNorth CarolinaBallads, EnglishSouthern StatesDogsFolk songs, EnglishBaptismAppalachian Region, SouthernStoneman, Ernest VEdwards, John,CowboysMcCarn, Dave,Folk artHill, Joe,Folk songsRecord labelsMcMichen, Clayton,Wilgus, D. KAssociation for Recorded Sound CollectionsJones,--Mother,Robinson, EarlLoggersAFL-CIOMusic--Instruction and studyRéthi, Lili,Darby, TomStanley BrothersMartin, PrestonMusic festivalsNoble, John,Newport Folk FestivalUniversity of Texas at AustinWorking classCalifornia--San FranciscoOil industry workersBowman, CharlieGarland, Jim,192319251926193019621964196819942003200520062008200920106463137782.27M2117ocn054099538ocn250738108ocn062119646ocn593734418ocn032377645ocn005787204ocn032766408ocn008914668ocn028503735ocn032305404ocn042279632ocn8326229881511ocn054099538rcrd20030.47Goodbye, Babylon1332ocn060642219rcrd20050.23Poole, CharlieYou ain't talkin' to me Charlie Poole and the roots of country music851ocn250738108rcrd20080.23In the pines Tar Heel folk songs & fiddle tunes 1926-1936611ocn617871257rcrd20100.13The best of traditional American bluegrassDrawing upon the traditional roots of American bluegrass, this collection contains many classic tracks from the 1930s up through the 1950s, featuring several classic artists471ocn062119646rcrd20050.28Old time mountain banjo461ocn593734418file20050.84Old time mountain banjo221ocn032377645rcrd19940.18Doggone country all-time favorite country songs about dogsMusic181ocn005787204rcrd19680.92Mountain banjo songs & tunes152ocn032766408rcrd19680.79Ballads and breakdowns of the golden era131ocn318436610rcrd20090.33Take me to the water immersion baptism in vintage music and photography, 1890-1950MusicFolk songs, EnglishSpirituals (Songs)Folk musicGospel music+-+4679826345111ocn008914668rcrd19620.73Old time music at Clarence Ashley's112ocn174500999rcrd20060.21Serenade in the mountains early old time music on record81ocn028503735rcrd0.92Mountain sacred songs61ocn032305404rcrd19940.10Doggone countryMusic21ocn434080862rcrd20030.47The Columbia label 15,000 series "classic old time music."22ocn370385160rcrd19230.92Walsh, DockThe east bound train I'm free at last21ocn057397753rcrd19260.92Walsh, DockKnocking on the hen house door We courted in the rain21ocn036077678rcrd19640.79Carolina Tar HeelsCarolina Tar Heels22ocn057397770rcrd19261.00Walsh, DockIn the pines Going back to Jericho11ocn832622988rcrd19301.00Bathe in that beautiful pool A precious sweetheart from me is gone11ocn026661042mix1.00Green, ArchieArchie Green papersHistoryCatalogsFolkloreMusicDiscographyThe collection includes correspondence, subject files, research materials, writings, photographs, and other materials pertaining chiefly to Green's professional activities, circa 1955-2008. Materials reflect Green's interests in the study of folklore; occupational folklore, with special emphasis on songs relating to textile workers, railroad workers, coal miners, and cowboys; labor history, especially the 1919 riot in Centralia, Wash.; early country (hillbilly) music; sound recording archives; folk musicians; and production and collection of sound recordings. There are also materials relating to Green's research and teaching activities and participation in professional associations, music and folklore festivals, and the faculty labor union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The additions to the papers of Archie Green build on and expand the topical content of the original deposit. Beyond the subjects already described, notable topics represented in these additions include Green's lobbying efforts on behalf of the Citizens' Committee for an American Folklife Foundation (CCAFF) to establish the American Folklife Center; songs relating to oil field, longshore, and cannery workers, and to the Homestead Strike; songs and history of wobblies and the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); the 1913 Wheatland, Calif., riot; folk art, labor art, and artists, and artists; unions and working culture of shipwrights, pile drivers, millwrights and carpenters, loggers, and maritime, steel, sheetmetal, and timber workers; labor landmarks throughout the United States, but especially in the San Francisco Bay area; the history of federal government support for folk life; the role of public sector/applied folklore in the preservation of folklore and cultural conservation; the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Project; and graphic art representations of folklore and labor themes, including depictions of folk hero John Henry. In these projects, he worked with many folklorists, musicologists, and others11ocn027207566mix1.00Seeger, MikeJohn Edwards Memorial CollectionMusicRecordings are of interviews with old-time music string band and early country musicians and music industry personnel. Gardner and Knapke are interviewed regarding early radio personality and musician Harry ("Haywire Mac") McClintock of Tennessee. There is also a 1955 letter tape from John Edwards to the Hawkings brothers+-+4679826345+-+4679826345Fri Mar 21 15:39:06 EDT 2014batch12238