RT Unpublished Material DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 64183955 LA English T1 Folkstreams.net collection, A1 Folkstreams.net., YR 1963 AB The Folkstreams.net Collection consists of materials that were made and transferred between 1963 and 2010. There are about 265 film prints, videotapes, digital video discs (DVDs), data digital video discs (data DVDs), and papers that are in various media formats (such as 16mm print film, 16mm workprints, Betacam SP, U-Matic, Digital Betacam, MiniDV, DVDs, and Data DVDs). They were transferred at Colorlab in Maryland and New York to be used for streaming on the website Folkstreams.net. Included among the filmmakers are Bill and Josette Ferris; Barry Dornfield, Tom Rankin and Jeff Titon; Mike Seeger; Pete Seeger and Toshi Seeger; John Winninger, Elaine Lawless and Betsy Peterson; Alan Lomax; Light-Saraf Films; Frank DeCola; Alan Governor; Les Blank; Kim Shelton; Paul Wagner and Steve Zeitlin; Michael Goldman; City Lore: the New York Center for Urban Culture; Elaine Valazquez; John M. Bishop; Stan Woodward; Bess Lomax Hawes; Ferrero Films; Allen Tullos; Joyce Middlebrook, and Tom Davenport. Materials cover a wide range of subjects and locations, including folk life, music, stories, songs, and art; jazz, blues, hip-hop, gospel, country, Irish, Klezmer, Zydeco, and old time music; medicine and minstrel shows, some in the Adirondack Mountains; carnivals; hunting; fishing; crafts; cowboy poetry; Amish culture; African American culture, art, dancing, and singing; mills; ballads; Cajuns; Mississippi Delta; churches; American food and cooking; Gandy dancers; religion; Hispanic culture; Latino and Asian immigrants; dulcimers; Gullah culture; Finnish Americans; shoemakers; rodeos; pottery; singing games; quilting; rattlesnakes; homeless youth; Islenos; motion picture and videotape preservation; the Adironback Mountains; New York City food, styles, culture, immigrants, and festivals; ghost stories; New Orleans, La.; Deep Ellum in Dallas, Tex.; Spivey's Corner, N.C.; factory workers; and Native American folk art. The films are about people such as Alex Moore; Sarah Ogan Gunning; Bill Monroe; Fannie Bell Chapman; Sonny Terry; Mike Seeger; Hamper McBee; Ott Blair; Son Thomas; Prince Albert Hunt; Morgan Sexton; Ray Lum; the Popovich Brothers; Emanuel "Manny" Sayles; Tommie Bass; the Patoka Valley Boys; Howard Finster; Minnie Evans; Lawrence Older; Almeda Riddle; and Skip Armstrong.