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Collection Number: 20360

Collection Title: Ed Kahn Collection, 1930-1999

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Size 11.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 900 items)
Abstract Scholar and folklorist, Ed Kahn (1938-2004) spent much of his life devoted to the study of American folk songs and early country music, conducting extensive field research and writing at length about both Merle Travis and the Carter Family. Kahn was was involved in the creation of the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (JEMF), along with Archie Green, D. K. Wilgus, Fred Hoeptner, and Eugene Earle. He was initially appointed Executive Secretary of the JEMF and was instrumental in starting the JEMF Quarterly newsletter. The collection consists of papers, photographs, and audiovisual materials relating to Kahn's research documenting American folk songs, Mexican border radio, and early country music and recording history. The bulk of the materials focus on Merle Travis and the Carter Family. Carter Family research materials include personal and professional correspondence; research files related to Kahn's dissertation on the Carter Family; transcripts from interviews with members of the Carter Family and people associated with them; letters to and from members of the Carter Family and their friends, family, and business associates; and handwritten songs found in a cabin where Sara Carter stayed after divorcing A. P. Carter. Merle Travis research materials include personal and professional correspondence; research files relating to Kahn's planned biography of Travis, including interview transcripts, discographies, sheet music, and song titles; chapter layouts and drafts for the biography; and articles and liner notes on Travis and American folk songs. Photographs chiefly represent the Carter Family, including publicity shots of the Carter children; the Carter Family performing with other artists, such as Mainer's Mountaineers, James Carson, Jimmie Rodgers, and Chet Atkins; individual images of Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter, and A. P. Carter; snapshots of the Carter Family at various points during their career; and images of friends and family. Other photographs include a publicity shot of Merle Travis and an image of Ray DeAutremont, who was involved in a 1923 train robbery. Audiovisual materials include Kahn's collection of commercially recorded transcription discs, non-commercial field recordings on open reel tape, and commercial and non-commercial audiocassettes and videocassettes. Transcription discs include recordings of Mexican border radio programs featuring the Carter Family, Patsy Montana, Cowboy Slim, the Pickard Family, and others. Open reel tapes chiefly include field recordings of early country and folk musicians, including Charlie Bowman, Mose Rager, Doc Hopkins, Ernest V. Stoneman, Clayton McMichen, the Blue Sky Boys, the Stanley Brothers, and others. Audiocassettes and videotapes chiefly record the Carter Family and Merle Travis.
Creator Kahn, Ed.
Language English
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[Identification of item], in the Ed Kahn Collection #20360, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Ed Kahn of Pinole, Calif., in 2003 (Acc. 20360).
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Scholar and folklorist, Ed Kahn was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on 5 July 1938. He attended Oberlin College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Folklore and Mythology from the University of California Los Angeles. He went on to receive a Ph.D. from UCLA in 1970. While Kahn was pursuing his doctorate, he also taught courses in folklore and folksong in UCLA's evening school program. An edited version of his dissertation, "The Carter Family: A Reflection of Changes in Society," focusing on the chapters related to Mexican border radio, was later published in JEMF Quarterly #30 as: "International Relations, Dr. Brinkley, and Hillbilly Music."

Ed Kahn devoted much of his life to the study of American folk songs, radio broadcasting, and early country music and recording history. He conducted extensive field research and wrote at length about both Merle Travis and the Carter Family. Kahn was was involved in the creation of the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (JEMF), along with Archie Green, D. K. Wilgus, Fred Hoeptner, and Eugene Earle. He was initially appointed Executive Secretary of the JEMF and was instrumental in starting the JEMF Quarterly newsletter.

While carrying out his field work, Ed Kahn became the only folklorist to interview all three members of the original Carter Family. In addition, he frequently traveled throughout the United States interviewing and recording the music of numerous other country musicians, including Clarence Green, Dorsey Dixon, Ernest V. Stoneman, Charlie Bowman, Mose Rager, the Pickard Family, and many others. Archie Green and Mike Seeger were also involved in many of these field recordings. Kahn also interviewed key players in the history of country music recording, such as Polk Brockman and Steve Sholes. Additional field work carried out by Kahn includes extensive recordings in the communities surrounding Coal Creek, Tenn., chiefly focusing on the miners and their music.

Ed Kahn also contributed to the study of American folk music by his numerous writings, including articles and record reviews for the journals "Western Folklore" and JEMF Quarterly; an academic paper focusing on a discographer and discography, "Will Roy Hearne: Peripheral Folksong Scholar"; and liner notes for RCA, Capitol, and Bear Family labels. Other work included an article about folklorist Alan Lomax, and significant contributions to the Meade/Spottswood discography, Country Music Sources (2002). Ed Kahn died in Pinole, Calif., on 24 March 2002.

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The Ed Kahn Collection consists of papers, photographs, and audiovisual materials relating to Kahn's research documenting American folk songs, Mexican border radio, and early country music and recording history. The bulk of the materials focus on Merle Travis and the Carter Family.

Carter Family research materials include personal and professional correspondence; research files related to Ed Kahn's dissertation, "The Carter Family: A Reflection of Changes in Society"; transcripts documenting interviews with members of the Carter Family and people associated with them; letters to and from members of the Carter Family and their friends, family, and business associates; and handwritten songs found in a cabin where Sara Carter stayed after divorcing A. P. Carter.

Merle Travis research materials include personal and professional correspondence; research files relating to Kahn's planned biography of Travis, including interview transcripts, discographies, sheet music, and song titles; chapter layouts and drafts for the biography; and articles and liner notes on Travis and American folk songs.

Photographs chiefly represent the Carter Family, including publicity shots of the Carter children; the Carter Family performing with other artists, such as Mainer's Mountaineers, James Carson, Jimmie Rodgers, and Chet Atkins; individual images of Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter, and A. P. Carter; snapshots of the Carter Family at various points during their career; and images of friends and family. Other photographs include a publicity shot of Merle Travis and an image of Ray DeAutremont, who, with his brothers Roy and Hugh, was involved in a 1923 train robbery.

Audiovisual materials include Ed Kahn's collection of commercially recorded transcription discs, non-commercial field recordings on open reel tape, as well as both commercial and non-commercial audiocassettes and videocassettes. Transcription discs include recordings of Mexican border radio programs featuring the Carter Family, Patsy Montana, Cowboy Slim, the Pickard Family, and others. Open reel tapes chiefly include field recordings of early country and folk musicians, including Charlie Bowman, Mose Rager, Doc Hopkins, Ernest V. Stoneman, Clayton McMichen, the Blue Sky Boys, the Stanley Brothers, and others. Audiocassettes and videotapes chiefly record the Carter Family and Merle Travis.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998.

About 180 items.

Carter Family research materials consist of items relating to Ed Kahn's dissertation, "The Carter Family: A Reflection of Changes in Society." General correspondence includes letters between Kahn and members of the Carter Family, Anita Peer, Polk Brockman, and Harry Steele. Other correspondence includes letters relating to early recording companies, border radio, and national census and weather records documenting conditions in Virginia and Tennessee. There are also letters to and from members of the Carter Family and their friends, family, and business associates. Research encompasses the Carter Family; Mexican border radio stations; Dr. John R. Brinkley; the evolution of broadcasting; and the Bristol recording sessions. Transcripts document interviews with the Carter Family, as well as interviews with C. P. MacGregor, June Carter, Coy Bays, and the Pickard Family. Discographies, sheet music, liner notes, song titles, and articles and clippings are all related to the Carter Family. The last folder includes a large amount of handwritten songs found in a cabin where Sara Carter stayed after divorcing A. P. Carter.

Folder 1

Correspondence, 1960-1998. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 1

Folder 2

Research, circa 1960s. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 2

Folder 3

Carter Family Letters, 1930-1936. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 3

Folder 4

Interview Transcripts, 1961-1968. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 4

Folder 5

Discographies, 1956-1963. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 5

Folder 6

Sheet Music, 1893-1924. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 6

Folder 7

Liner Notes by Kahn, 1962. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 7

Folder 8

Song Titles, Lyrics, and Promotional Material, 1927-1961 and undated. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 8

Folder 9

Articles and Clippings, 1956-1966. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 9

Folder 10

Royalty Statement, 1934. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 10

Folder 11

Dissertation Proposals and Outlines, 1965. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 11

Folder 12

Dissertation (original, typed), 1970. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 12

Folder 13

Dissertation (photocopy copy, revised), 1970. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 13

Folder 14

Handwritten lyrics sent to Kahn by L. F. Addington, circa 1920s and 1930s. #20360, Series: "1. Carter Family Research Materials, 1930-1998." Folder 14

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About 200 items.

Merle Travis research materials consist of items relating to Ed Kahn's interest in American folk music originating in and around the coal mining towns of Kentucky and Tennessee and to his planned biography of Travis. Correspondence is chiefly between Kahn and Merle Travis. Other correspondents include individuals associated with record companies and folk scholars. There are also letters to and from Merle Travis, including correspondence with friends and business associates, such as Mose Rager, Wesley Tuttle, and Grandpa Jones. Writings include drafts of "Merle Travis: Folk Informant," an article written for the JEMF Quarterly newsletter; drafts of liner notes written for Bear Family Records; chapter layouts and drafts for a biography on Merle Travis begun in the 1980s, but never completed; and drafts of an NEH proposal to fund the book on Merle Travis. In addition to Kahn's writings, there are writings by Merle Travis, chiefly liner notes and short articles. Transcripts document interviews with Merle Travis, Mose Rager, Steve Sholes, Wesley Tuttle, Grandpa Jones, Juanita McMichen Lynch, and others. Discographies, sheet music, liner notes, and song titles are all related to Merle Travis. The manuscript by A. H. Walle focuses on how indigenous performers adjust to mass media.

Folder 15

Correspondence, 1944-1999 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 15

Folder 16

Writings by Kahn, 1960-1990s. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 16

Folder 17

Merle Travis's Letters, 1944-1971. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 17

Folder 18

Interview Transcripts, 1961-1995 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 18

Folder 19

Discographies, 1935-1955 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 19

Folder 20

Sheet Music, 1909-1949 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 20

Folder 21

Liner Notes, 1991-1994. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 21

Folder 22

Song Titles, circa 1940s. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 22

Folder 23

Articles and Clippings, 1947-1999. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 23

Folder 24

Promotional Materials, 1960-1995 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 24

Folder 25

Merle Travis Scrapbook by Pat Eatherly Travis, 2000. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 25

Folder 26

Published Writings by Merle Travis, 1960-1983 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 26

Folder 27

Manuscript of "Mass Media and Indigenous Performers: The Case of George Davis," by A. H. Walle, 1986. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 27

Folder 28

Miscellaneous Notes and Ephemera, 1987 and undated. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 28

Folder 29

Photocopies of "Foreman Phillips Country Barn Dance" photographs, circa 1940s. #20360, Series: "2. Merle Travis Research Materials, 1944-1999." Folder 29

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55 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Chiefly photographs of Carter Family members, including publicity shots of the Carter children; the Carter Family performing with other artists, such as Mainer's Mountaineers, James Carson, Jimmie Rodgers, and Chet Atkins; rare early images of Sara Carter and Maybelle Carter; snapshots of the Carter Family at various points during their career; and images of friends and family. Other photographs include a publicity shot of Merle Travis; snapshots of Merle Travis's family and hometown; and an image of Ray DeAutremont, who, with his brothers Roy and Hugh, was involved in a 1923 train robbery.

Image P-20360/4589

The Carter Family with a radio announcer, circa 1950s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4589

Standing from left to right: Joe Carter, Sara Carter, unidentified radio announcer, Janette Carter, and A. P. Carter. Black-and-white prints, two roughly 2x3, one roughly 8x10.

Image P-20360/4590

June Carter, circa early 1950s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4590

June Carter wearing a long dress and photographed in mid-air. Autographed. Black-and-white print, roughly 3x4.

Image P-20360/4591

June Carter, Helen Carter, and James Carson, March, 1959. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4591

Standing from left to right: June Carter, Helen Carter, and James Carson. All three are performing in a grocery store. Black-and-white print, roughly 3x5.

Image P-20360/4592

June Carter, Helen Carter, and James Carson, March, 1959. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4592

Standing left to right: June Carter, Helen Carter, and James Carson. All three are performing on stage. Black-and-white print, roughly 3x5.

Image P-20360/4593

Jimmie Rodgers and the Original Carter Family, June, 1931. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4593

Standing from left to right: Jimmie Rodgers, Maybelle Carter, A. P. Carter, and Sara Carter. Inscription on the back reads: "Jimmie Rodgers and the famous Carter Family pose together in Louisville, Kentucky just after a recording session. There that day they recorded 'Jimmie Rodgers visits the Carter Family' and 'Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas.' Sara and Jimmie recorded 'Why There's a Tear in Your Eye' and 'Wonderful City.'" Black-and-white print, roughly 3x5.

Image P-20360/4594

Anita Carter, circa 1950s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4594

Publicity head shot of Anita Carter. Autographed. Black-and-white print, roughly 5x3.

Image P-20360/4595

The Carter Family and the Mainers, circa 1939. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4595

A composite photograph with the Carter Family on the left and the Mainers on the right. The Carter Family is photographed with Brother Bill Rinehart at Dell Rio. Top row: A. P. Carter, Janette Carter, Brother Bill Rinehart, Sara Carter, and Maybelle Carter. Bottom row: Helen Carter, Anita Carter, and June Carter. All four of the Mainers are featured with their instruments. Black-and-white print, roughly 4x5.

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A. P. Carter, circa 1960. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4596

The last photograph of A. P. Carter before his death. He is seen standing in front of a porch with the assistance of an unidentified woman. Black-and-white print, roughly 3x3.

Image P-20360/4597

The Carter Family, circa late 1920s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4597

Standing left to right: Maybelle Carter, A. P. Carter, and Sara Carter. Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4598

Maybelle Carter's House in Nashville, Tenn., circa 1950s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4598

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x5.

Image P-20360/4599

Sara Carter and Maybelle Carter, circa 1915-1919. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4599

Early photograph of Sara Carter and Maybelle Carter. Both are seated outdoors in front of a tree with instruments on their laps. Sara carries a banjo and Maybelle carries an autoharp. Black-and-white print, roughly 5x3 (negative included).

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Sara and Maybelle Carter posing with their instruments while Coy Bayes poses with a shotgun, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4600

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4601

Sara and Maybelle Carter posing with their instruments while Coy Bayes poses with a shotgun, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4601

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4602

Sara and Maybelle Carter posing with their instruments, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4602

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4603

Sara Carter, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4603

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4604

Maybelle Carter and Coy Bayes on a motorcycle, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4604

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4605

Ed Kahn, Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter, and Mike Seeger, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4605

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4606

Sara Carter, Mike Seeger, and Maybelle Carter, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4606

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4607

Ed Kahn, Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter, and Mike Seeger, circa late 1960s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4607

Black-and-white print, roughly 4x3.

Image P-20360/4608

The Carter Family, circa 1950s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4608

Seated left to right: Janette Carter, Joe Carter, A. P. Carter, and Sara Carter. Publicity photo. Black-and-white print, roughly 8x10.

Image P-20360/4609

Helen Carter, circa 1950s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4609

Autographed publicity headshot. Black-and-white print, roughly 8x10.

Image P-20360/4610

The Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle with Chet Atkins, circa 1950. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4610

Promotional photograph of the Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle with Chet Atkins and an advertisement for Martha White's Plain and Self-Rising Flour. From left to right: Mother Maybelle Carter, Helen Carter, Chet Atkins, June Carter, and Anita Carter. Black-and-white print, roughly 10x5.

Image P-20360/4611

Merle Travis, circa 1967. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4611

Promotional photograph of Merle Travis with his guitar; autographed and inscribed to Ed Kahn. Black-and-white print, roughly 8x10.

Image P-20360/4612-P-20360/4621

Merle Travis's Family and Hometown of Drakesboro, Ky., circa 1993. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4612-P-20360/4621

Photographs of Merle Travis's family and hometown. Included are shots of Travis's brother, John Travis, and sister, Veda Adler; family photos; street signs named after Merle Travis and Mose Rager; and monuments erected in honor of both Merle Travis and Mose Rager. Color prints, roughly 4x5, negatives included.

P-20360/4612: Merle Travis's Family, circa 1993. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4612
P-20360/4613: Merle Travis Monument, Drakesboro, Ky. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4613
P-20360/4614: Merle Travis's Family, circa 1993. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4614
P-20360/4615: Merle Travis's Family, circa 1993. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4615
P-20360/4616: Street sign named after Merle Travis, Drakesboro, Ky. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4616
P-20360/4617: Street sign named after Mose Rager, Drakesboro, Ky. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4617
P-20360/4618: Mose Rager Monument, Drakesboro, Ky. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4618
P-20360/4619: Mose Rager Monument, Drakesboro, Ky. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4619
P-20360/4620: Merle Travis Monument, Drakesboro, Ky. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4620
P-20360/4621: Merle Travis's Family, circa 1993. #20360, Series 3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated., P-20360/4621
Image P-20360/4622

The Foreman Phillips Show, "Back to School" party souvenir photo, circa late 1940s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4622

The Foreman Phillips show featured three hours of live programming five days a week and aired on KECA-TV. Performers included Merle Travis, Johnny Bond, Joe Maphis, and others. Black-and-white card, roughly 5x4.

Image P-20360/4623

The Foreman Phillips Show, "Back to School" party souvenir photo, circa late 1940s. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4623

Image P-20360/4624

Merle Travis, circa 1953. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4624

Black-and-white postcard, roughly 6x4.

Image P-20360/4625

Ray DeAutremont, circa 1973. #20360, Series: "3. Photographs, circa 1910-1990 and undated." P-20360/4625

Ray DeAutremont photographed with Gary Williams. Williams interviewed DeAutremont in November 1973. Color print, roughly 3x3.

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458 items.

Arrangement: by format.

Commercial and non-commercial audiovisual materials, including commercially recorded transcription discs, non-commercial field recordings on open reel tape, as well as both commercial and non-commercial audiocassettes and videocassettes. Transcription discs include many recordings of Mexican border radio programs featuring the Carter Family, Patsy Montana, Cowboy Slim, the Pickard Family, and others. Open reel tapes chiefly document field recording with interview subjects focusing on early country and American folk musicians, including Ernest V. Stoneman, Mose Rager, Charlie Bowman, Dorsey Dixon, Sara Carter, Polk Brockman, and many others. Dubs of transcription disc collections are also recorded on open reel tape. Audiocassettes chiefly consist of dubs of transcription discs and field recordings. Videocassettes feature Merle Travis, Johnny Cash, Mose Rager, and others.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated.

162 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/887

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 1A and 1B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/887

Transcription Disc TR-20360/888

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 2A and 2B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/888

Transcription Disc TR-20360/889

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Program #2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/889

Transcription Disc TR-20360/890

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 3A and 3B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/890

Transcription Disc TR-20360/891

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 4A and 4B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/891

Transcription Disc TR-20360/892

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 5A and 5B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/892

Transcription Disc TR-20360/893

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 6A and 6B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/893

Transcription Disc TR-20360/894

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 7A and 7B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/894

Transcription Disc TR-20360/895

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 8A and 8B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/895

Transcription Disc TR-20360/896

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 9A and 9B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/896

Transcription Disc TR-20360/897

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 10A and 10B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/897

Transcription Disc TR-20360/898

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 11A and 11B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/898

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Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 12A and 12B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/899

Transcription Disc TR-20360/900

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 13A and 13B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/900

Transcription Disc TR-20360/901

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 14A and 14B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/901

Transcription Disc TR-20360/902

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: Programs 15A and 15B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/902

Transcription Disc TR-20360/903

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents the Carter Family: GCF-15A and GCF-15B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/903

Transcription Disc TR-20360/904

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents Randy Blake: Programs 13 and 14. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/904

Transcription Disc TR-20360/905

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents Russ Pike and the Modern Pioneers: Programs 4A and 4B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/905

Transcription Disc TR-20360/906

Benson and Dall Advertising Presents Patsy Montana and Cowboy Slim. Closing Themes. Radio Station XEG. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/906

Transcription Disc TR-20360/907

Benson and Dall Advertising Presents Patsy Montana and Cowboy Slim. Closing Themes. Radio Station XEG. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/907

Transcription Disc TR-20360/908

Consolidated Drug Trade Products Presents Pete Malaney and the Riders of the Rio Grande. Programs 22A and 22B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/908

Transcription Disc TR-20360/909

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents Sleepy Hollow Folks. Programs 23A and 23B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/909

Transcription Disc TR-20360/910

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents Sleepy Hollow Folks. Programs 30A and 30B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/910

Transcription Disc TR-20360/911

Consolidated Radio Corp. of Mexico Presents Sleepy Hollow Folks. Programs 31A and 31B. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/911

Transcription Disc TR-20360/912

The Bell Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 21 and 22. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/912

Side One: Program 21.

Side 1:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 1:2. "Gosh I Miss You All the Time," Bell Family.

Side 1:3. "Winking at Me," Bell Family.

Side 1:4. "You Give Me Your Love and I'll Give You Mine," Bell Family.

Side 1:5. "Heavenly Aeroplane," Bell Family.

Side 1:6. "Will You Love Me When My Hair Has Turned to Silver," Bell Family.

Side 1:7. "Rabbit Foot Blues," Bell Family.

Side Two: Program 22.

Side 2:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 2:2. "Baby Girl," Bell Family.

Side 2:3. "Two Little Frogs," Bell Family.

Side 2:4. "Welcome to the Spring," Bell Family.

Side 2:5. "Cool Water," Bell Family.

Side 2:6. "Won't it be Wonderful There," Bell Family.

Side 2:7. "Brown Ferry Blues," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/913

The Bell Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 23 and 24. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/913

Side One: Program 23.

Side 1:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 1:2. "At the Old Barn Dance," Bell Family.

Side 1:3. "Never Take No For An Answer," Bell Family.

Side 1:4. "Born to the Saddle," Bell Family.

Side 1:5. "Jesus Hold My Hand," Bell Family.

Side 1:6. "Old Saddle Pal," Bell Family.

Side 1:7. "Smokey Notes," Bell Family.

Side Two: Program 24.

Side 2:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 2:2. "We'll Keep 'em Flying," Bell Family.

Side 2:3. "The Band Played On," Bell Family.

Side 2:4. "Charming Betsy," Bell Family.

Side 2:5. "Little Ranch House on the Old Circle B," Bell Family.

Side 2:6. "Gathering Buds," Bell Family.

Side 2:7. "Swing Low Sweet Chariot," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/914

The Bell Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 25 and 26. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/914

Side One: Program 25.

Side 1:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 1:2. "Sugar Babe," Bell Family.

Side 1:3. "Sing Cowboy Sing," Bell Family.

Side 1:4. "Keep Goin'," Bell Family.

Side 1:5. "The Mulberry Bush," Bell Family.

Side 1:6. "The Old Church Choir," Bell Family.

Side 1:7. "Fox Chase," Bell Family.

Side Two: Program 26.

Side 2:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 2:2. "No Place to Pillow My Head," Bell Family.

Side 2:3. "He Just Kept Bitin' His Nails," Bell Family.

Side 2:4. "Yodeling Radio Joe," Bell Family.

Side 2:5. "We Will Rise and Shine," Bell Family.

Side 2:6. "I Ain't Gonna Let Satan Turn Me Around," Bell Family.

Side 2:7. "When It's Summer Time in a Southern Clime," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/915

The Bell Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 27 and 28. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/915

Side One: Program 27.

Side 1:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 1:2. "The Old Red Barn," Bell Family.

Side 1:3. "I'm A Little Cowboy Girl," Bell Family.

Side 1:4. "Ridin' All Day," Bell Family.

Side 1:5. "Jesus Loves Me," Bell Family.

Side 1:6. "Look For Me at the Gate," Bell Family.

Side 1:7. "Red River Waltz," Bell Family.

Side Two: Program 28.

Side 2:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 2:2. "I Hate to Say Goodbye to the Prairie," Bell Family.

Side 2:3. "If You Let Me Be Your Little Sweetheart," Bell Family.

Side 2:4. "I'll Get Along Somehow," Bell Family.

Side 2:5. "Froggie Went A Courtin'," Bell Family.

Side 2:6. "I'll Be a Friend to Jesus," Bell Family.

Side 2:7. "Crow Bait," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/916

The Bell Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 29 and 30. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/916

Side One: Program 29.

Side 1:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 1:2. "We Buried Her Beneath the Willow," Bell Family.

Side 1:3. "Goodnight Darlin'," Bell Family.

Side 1:4. "Old Shep," Bell Family.

Side 1:5. "Happy Cowboy," Bell Family.

Side 1:6. "Hold Fast to the Right," Bell Family.

Side 1:7. "The Barnyard Rag," Bell Family.

Side Two: Program 30.

Side 2:1. "Hear Dem' Bells," Bell Family.

Side 2:2. "Louisiana Moon," Bell Family.

Side 2:3. "Molasses," Bell Family.

Side 2:4. "No Tears in Heaven," Bell Family.

Side 2:5. "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle," Bell Family.

Side 2:6. "Echoes From the Hills," Bell Family.

Side 2:7. "Turkey Call Blues," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/917

Country Gentlemen. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 33 and 34. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/917

Side One: Program 33.

Side 1:1. "Way Down in Arkansas," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:2. "Old Joe Clark," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:3. "Brown Ferry Blues," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:4. "Old Shep," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:5. "Rocky Mountain Express," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:6. "Froggie Went A Courtin'," Country Gentlemen.

Side Two: Program 34.

Side 2:1. "Way Down in Arkansas," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:2. "Billy Boy," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:3. "Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:4. "It Makes No Never Mind," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:5. "Roundup in the Sky," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:6. "Polly Wolly Doodle," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/918

Country Gentlemen. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 39 and 40. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/918

Side One: Program 39.

Side 1:1. "Way Down in Arkansas," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:2. "Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:3. "Lost Train Blues," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:4. "I Ride an Old Paint," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:5. "Under the Old Apple Tree," Country Gentlemen.

Side 1:6. "Loch Lomond," Country Gentlemen.

Side Two: Program 40.

Side 2:1. "Way Down in Arkansas," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:2. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:3. "My Cross-Eyed Gal," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:4. "Mellow Mountain Moon," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:5. "The Last Letter," Country Gentlemen.

Side 2:6. "Where Has My Little Dog Gone," Bell Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/919

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 1 and 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/919

Side One: Program 1.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "A Hilly Billy Wedding in June," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "A Baby's Prayer at Twilight," Asher.

Side 1:4. "Down on the Farm," Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "The Booger Bear," Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "An Empty Mansion," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 2.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Corrine," Asher.

Side 2:3. "My Pony," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "A Short Life of Trouble," Asher.

Side 2:5. "Blue Eyes," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "How Beautiful Heaven," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/920

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 7 and 8. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/920

Side One: Program 7.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "New Birmingham Jail," Asher.

Side 1:3. "I Have A Little Pony," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "My Old Branding Iron," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Little Jimmie's Rhymes," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "How Tedious and Tasteless," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 8.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Horse and Buggy Days," Asher.

Side 2:3. "Little Cowboy Jim," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "God's Album of Love," Asher.

Side 2:5. "Jesus Loves Me," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "I Dreamed I Searched," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/921

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 9 and 10. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/921

Side One: Program 9.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "I'm Going Back to the Valley," Asher.

Side 1:3. "Has Any Body Seen My," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "I Dreamed of A Hill Billy," Asher.

Side 1:5. "Little Miss Muffet's Cakes," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "Beautiful River," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 10.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Sour Wool Mountain," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "When the Mountain Laurels," Asher.

Side 2:4. "Our Indiana Farm," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "My Bonnie," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "Nothing Between," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/922

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 17 and 18. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/922

Side One: Program 17.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "The Old Rustic Mills," Asher.

Side 1:3. "My Tennessee Rose," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Will You Be the Same Old Sweetheart," Asher.

Side 1:5. "Three Little Kittens," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "The Royal Telephone," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 18.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "In A Vine Covered Cabin," Asher.

Side 2:3. "My Saddle is Always My Home," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "The Cottage at the Ending," Asher.

Side 2:5. "Blue Eyes," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "When All the Singers," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/923

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 19 and 20. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/923

Side One: Program 19.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Kentucky Moonlight," Asher.

Side 1:3. "Strawberry Blonde," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "New Birmingham Jail," Asher.

Side 1:5. "I Ride an Old Paint," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "An Empty Mansion," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 20.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "I Love You Better," Asher.

Side 2:3. "Old Joe Clark," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "My Granny," Asher.

Side 2:5. "Jesus Bids Us Shine," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "I Miss My Mother and Dad," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/924

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 21 and 22. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/924

Side One: Program 21.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "That Mother and Daddy," Asher.

Side 1:3. "Baby O," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Little Joe," Asher.

Side 1:5. "Let's Both Say We're Sorry," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "We'll Understand It Better," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 22.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "The Range Is Here on to Mr," Asher.

Side 2:3. "How Do You Like Your Eggs," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "I Can't Ride Tony Tonight," Asher.

Side 2:5. "Little Miss Muffet's Cake," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "I Want to Do Something For Jesus," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/925

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 23 and 24. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/925

Side One: Program 23.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Horse and Buggy Days," Asher.

Side 1:3. "Chawing-Chewing' Gum," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Lorenns," Asher.

Side 1:5. "Prayer," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "The Booger Bear," Little Jimmie.

Side 1:7. "Shake Hands With Mother Again," Asher.

Side Two: Program 24.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Somewhere, Somebody Is Waiting For You," Asher.

Side 2:3. "Our Indiana Farm Site," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "Tune In On Heaven," Asher.

Side 2:5. "I Am Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Little Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "That Tumbled Down Cabin," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Prayer," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/926

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 1 and 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/926

Side One: Program 1.

Side 1:1. "My Gal is a High Born Lady," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Seeing Nellie Home," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Nelly Bly," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "The Little Girl Dressed in Blue," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Where Has My Little Dog Gone," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "The Preacher and the Bear," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 2.

Side 2:1. "Went Upon the Mountains," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "The Bull Dog," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Pop Goes the Weasel," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "The Old Chisholm Trail," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Sing a Song of Six Pence," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "The Old Time Religion," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Walkin' Up Town," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Bring Me Back My Blue Eyed Boy," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/927

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 3 and 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/927

Side One: Program 3.

Side 1:1. "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Yankee Doodle," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "No Place to Pillow My Head," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Money Musk," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Jesus Loves Me," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Skip to My Lou," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "Juanita," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 4.

Side 2:1. "Oh Wonderful World," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Way Down Upon the Swanee River," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Our Boys Will Shine Tonight," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Climbing Up the Golden Stairs," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Sweet By and By," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "While Strolling in the Park One Day," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "When the Work's All Done This Fall," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/928

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 7 and 8. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/928

Side One: Program 7.

Side 1:1. "My Father's Whiskers," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "The Lonesome Road," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Dapper Dan," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Cradle Song," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Cripple Creek," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Holy, Holy, Holy," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Lonely Valley," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "In the Gloaming," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 8.

Side 2:1. "If I Could Have My Druthers," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Dew Drop," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "The Cowboy's Meditation," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "My Treasure Waltz," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Onward Christian Soldiers," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Dar's Sugar in de Courd," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "The Blue Juniata," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/929

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 9 and 10. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/929

Side One: Program 9.

Side 1:1. "Down in Arkansas," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Old Missouri Moon," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Douglas Favorite," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Paddy Whack," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "John Henry," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "Ben Bolt," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 10.

Side 2:1. "Rosalie," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Give My Love to Nell," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Chicken Reel," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Little Old Rag Doll," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Going to Boston," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Money Musk Reel," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Aloha Oe," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/930

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 11 and 12. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/930

Side One: Program 11.

Side 1:1. "Hear Dem Bells," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Sweet and Low," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "The Bridal Jig," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Molly! Do You Love Me," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Goodbye My Lover Goodbye," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Jesus Lover of My Soul," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "A Drop of Whiskey," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "By the Silvery Rio Grande," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 12.

Side 2:1. "My Bonnie," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Barbara Allen," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Turkey in the Straw," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Comin' Thru the Rye," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Good Night Ladies," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Take the Name of Jesus With You," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Sweet Kitty Wells," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/931

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 13 and 14. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/931

Side One: Program 13.

Side 1:1. "Crawdad Hole," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Big Eared Mule," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "As We Ride Down the Old Prairie Trail," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Jingle Bells," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "My Jesus I Love Thee," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Buffalo Gals," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "Loch Lomond," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 14.

Side 2:1. "There is a Tavern in the Town," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "The Spanish Cavalier," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Walkin' Up Town," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "I'm Going Home This Evening," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Blue Stocking Clog," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "He Leadeth Me," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Brown's Ferry Blues," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/932

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 15 and 16. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/932

Side One: Program 15.

Side 1:1. "Old Joe Clark," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "My Old Kentucky Home," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Old Folks at Home," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "She Has Forgotten," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Polly Wolly Doodle," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Where is My Wandering Boy Tonight," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Old Dan Tucker," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "I Had But Fifty Cents," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 16.

Side 2:1. "I Ain't G'wine Study War no More," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Red River Valley," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Grey Eagle," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "I'm Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Golden Slippers," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Wonderful Words of Life," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "The Girl I Left Behind," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/933

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 17 and 18. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/933

Side One: Program 17.

Side 1:1. "Li'l Liza Jane," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Little Ranch House on the Old Circle B," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Soldier's Joy," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Beautiful Dreamer," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Wagoner," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Stand Up for Jesus," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Clementine," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 18.

Side 2:1. "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Home on the Range," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Wind Up the Clock," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Are You Tired of Me Darling," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "The Butcher," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/934

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 19 and 20. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/934

Side One: Program 19.

Side 1:1. "Over the Garden Wall," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Old Uncle Ned," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Mississippi Sawyer," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "I Cannot Sing the Old Songs," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Rock of Ages," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Just Tell Them That You Saw Me," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 20.

Side 2:1. "Standin' In the Need of Prayer," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Soldier's Joy," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "She's More to Be Pitied Than Censured," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Billy the Kid's Jig," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Going to Boston," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "I've Been Working on the Railroad," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/935

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 21 and 22. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/935

Side One: Program 21.

Side 1:1. "Noah's Ark," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Auld Lang Syne," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "The Bridal Jig," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "There's More Pretty Girls Than One," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "I Dreamed I Searched Heaven For You," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Pass Around the Bottle," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Down Among the Cane Breaks," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 22.

Side 2:1. "Old Dan Tucker," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "We Buried Her Beneath the Willow," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "The Devil's Dream," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Over the Waves," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Flow Gently Sweet Afton," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/936

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 23 and 24. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/936

Side One: Program 23.

Side 1:1. "Bully Song," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Steal Away," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "La Cucaracha," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "The House Where We Were Wed," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Sally Goodwin," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Jesus Savior Pilot Me," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "The Little Red Caboose," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 24.

Side 2:1. "How Many Biscuits Can You Eat," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Keep a Light in Your Window Tonight," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Wagoner," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "America the Beautiful," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "The Roving Gambler," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "That Beautiful Home," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Three Blind Mice," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "The Two Little Orphans," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/937

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 25 and 26. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/937

Side One: Program 25.

Side 1:1. "Camptown Races," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Pretty Quadroon," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Leather Breeches," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Ridin' Down the Canyon," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Went Up on the Mountain," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "I Need Thee Every Hour," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Dear Evelina," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "The Great Speckled Bird," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 26.

Side 2:1. "The Covered Wagon," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "My Pal of Yesterday," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Cacklin' Hen," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Wait For the Wagon," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Flat Foot Reel," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Little Brown Church in the Vale," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Chicken Reel," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Cowboy Jack," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/938

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 27 and 28. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/938

Side One: Program 27.

Side 1:1. "Methodist Pie," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Take Me Back to Tenfro Valley," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Grey Eagle," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "The Little Girl Dressed in Blue," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Throw the Cow Over the Mountain," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Rippling Water," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "Listen to the Mocking Bird," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 28.

Side 2:1. "Buffalo Gal," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Just an Evening at Home," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Polly Put the Kettle On," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Put My Little Shoes Away," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Give Me Back My Fifteen Cents," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Where He Leads Me I Will Follow," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Nelly Bly," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/939

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 29 and 30. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/939

Side One: Program 29.

Side 1:1. "Little Brown Jug," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Cowboy's Heaven," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Brown Ferry Blues," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "It Makes No Difference Now," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Money Musk," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Wonderful Words of Life," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Paddy on the Turnpike," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "The Little Rosewood Casket," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 30.

Side 2:1. "Hill Billy Wedding in June," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "The Prisoner's Dream," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Billy in the Low Ground," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "The Vacant Chair," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Walking Up Town," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "It Is Well With My Soul," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "The Strawberry Roan," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/940

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 31 and 32. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/940

Side One: Program 31.

Side 1:1. "Puttin' on the Style," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Aura Lee," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Oh! Susanna," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Wonder Valley," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Big Eared Mule," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Sweet Hour of Prayer," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Turkey In the Straw," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "When the Bloom is on the Stage," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 32.

Side 2:1. "Climbin' Up the Golden Stairs," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "When It's Prayer Meetin' Time In the Hollow," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Cacklin' Hen," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Mexicali Rose," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Little Fairy Polka," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Whispering Hope," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Short'nin Bread," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Nobody's Darling," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/941

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 33 and 34. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/941

Side One: Program 33.

Side 1:1. "Sourwood Mountain," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "How Can I Leave Thee," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Sallie Goodwin," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "Gypsy's Warning," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Oh! Susanna," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Bringing In the Sheaves," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Eighth of January," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "The Letter Edged in Black," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 34.

Side 2:1. "Short'nin Bread," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "The East Bound Train," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Money Musk," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Me and My Burro," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Tennessee Yodel Man Blues," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Work For the Night is Coming," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Give Me Back My Fifteen Cents," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/942

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 35 and 36. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/942

Side One: Program 35.

Side 1:1. "Billy Boy," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "I'll Remember Your Love in My Prayers," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Polly Wolly Doodle," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "The Maple on the Hill," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Turnpike," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Abide With Me," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Leather Breeches," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "The Wabash Cannon Ball," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 36.

Side 2:1. "Skip To My Lou," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "Gentle Annie," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Good Night Ladies," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Darling Nellie Grey," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "My Treasure Waltz," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "Pass Me Not Oh Gentle Savior," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Flower of the Fence," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/943

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 37 and 38. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/943

Side One: Program 37.

Side 1:1. "Bicycle Built for Two," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "Birmingham Jail," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Polly Put the Kettle On," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "They're All Going Home But One," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "Bonaparte's Retreat," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "Yield Not to Temptation," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Blue Eyed Lassie," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "The Yellow Rose of Texas," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 38.

Side 2:1. "Froggie Went A Courtin'," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "There's An Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Campbells Are Coming," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Oh! Susanna," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "I'm Praying For You," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/944

The Pickard Family. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 39 and 40. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/944

Side One: Program 39.

Side 1:1. "Lulu is Our Darling Pride," Pickard Family.

Side 1:2. "All Through the Night," Pickard Family.

Side 1:3. "Arkansas Traveler," Pickard Family.

Side 1:4. "I Wish I Was Single Again," Pickard Family.

Side 1:5. "I Ain't Gonna Study War No More," Pickard Family.

Side 1:6. "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder," Pickard Family.

Side 1:7. "Cripple Creek," Pickard Family.

Side 1:8. "Sweet Genevieve," Pickard Family.

Side Two: Program 40.

Side 2:1. "Golden Slippers," Pickard Family.

Side 2:2. "The Old Oaken Bucket," Pickard Family.

Side 2:3. "Leather Breeches," Pickard Family.

Side 2:4. "Bury Me Beneath the Willow," Pickard Family.

Side 2:5. "Old Ark's A-Movering," Pickard Family.

Side 2:6. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," Pickard Family.

Side 2:7. "Grey Eagle," Pickard Family.

Side 2:8. "Can I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight, Mister," Pickard Family.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/945

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-1 and 490-2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/945

Side One: No. 490-1.

Side 1:1. "Down the Old Road to Home," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Old Joe Clark," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "He Took a White Rose From Her Hair," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Cripple Creek," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Darling Cora," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Some Must Win; Some Must Lose," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Any Old Time," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Hi Rinktum Inktum," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-2.

Side 2:1. "Gathering Flowers From the Hillside," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Leather Breeches," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "Precious Memories," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "Wait For the Wagon," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "Song of Old Marie," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "The Weary Lonesome Blues," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "Death of John Henry," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Casey Jones," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/946

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-3 and 490-4. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/946

Side One: No. 490-3.

Side 1:1. "I'm Walking the Floor Over You," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Soldier's Joy," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "Blow Your Whistle Freight Train," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Bring Back My Blue Eyed Boy," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Answer to You Are My Sunshine," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Time Changes Everything," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Camptown Races," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Sugar Babe," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-4.

Side 2:1. "Southern Moon," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Sally Goodwin," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "A Broken Hearted Lover," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "When the Golden Train Comes Down," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "Footprints in the Snow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "Miss McLeod's Reel," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "On the Rock Where Moses Stood," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Go 'Way Old Man," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/947

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-5 and 490-6. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/947

Side One: No. 490-5.

Side 1:1. "Sinful to Flirt," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "When You and I Were Young Maggie," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "Some of These Days You're Gonna Be Sad," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "When It's Prayer Meetin' Time in the Hollow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Picture on the Wall," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Molly Darling," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Paper of Pins," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Were You There," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-6.

Side 2:1. "Little Bunch of Roses," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Girl I Left Behind Me," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "Hey, Hey, I'm Memphis Bound," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "They're All Going Home But One," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "Oh! Susanna," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "Trail to Mexico," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Always Alone," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/948

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-7 and 490-8. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/948

Side One: No. 490-7.

Side 1:1. "Blue Railroad Train," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Devils Dream," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "Gangster's Warning," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Madame I've Come to Marry You," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "My Blue Eyed Jane," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Shake Hands With Mother Again," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Open Up Them Pearly Gates," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Hold Fast to the Right," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-8.

Side 2:1. "The First Whippoorwill Song," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Over the Waves," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "Little Girl Dressed in Blue," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "Lover's Warning," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "Pretty Quadroon," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "She Works Third Tub at the Laundry," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Mystery of Number Five," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/949

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-9 and 490-10. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/949

Side One: No. 490-9.

Side 1:1. "Code of the Mountains," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Fisher's Hornpipe," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "Don't Leave the Farm," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Farther Along," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Winking at Me," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Pretty Little Pink," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Daddy and Home," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-10.

Side 2:1. "Goin' Back to Texas," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Good Night Darling," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "Speed the Plow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "We Buried Her Beneath the Willow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "Alcatraz Island," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "I'll Get Along Somehow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "That Beautiful Home," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Golden Slippers," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/950

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-11 and 490-12. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/950

Side One: No. 490-11.

Side 1:1. "In the Cumberland Mountains," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Foggy Mountain Top," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "East Virginia Blues," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "My Love is But a Lassie O," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Baby Girl," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "We'll Have a Little Dance Tonight," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Methodist Pie," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Lonesome Road," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-12.

Side 2:1. "Gathering Up the Shells From the Seashore," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "Message From Home," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "Irish Washerwoman," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "When the Saints Go Marching In," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "Old Man Tucker," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "My Alabama Home," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Railroad Boomer," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/951

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-13 and 490-14. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/951

Side One: No. 490-13.

Side 1:1. "Sweet Kitty Wells," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "They Drew My Number," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "My Pal of Yesterday," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Durang's Hornpipe," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Keep on the Sunny Side," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Ben Dewberry's Final Run," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Where Will the Wedding Supper Be," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-14.

Side 2:1. "Sweethearts or Strangers," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Homestead on the Farm," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "A Lover's Farewell," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "Big Eared Mule," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "The Last Letter," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "Reuben and Rachel," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "Song of the Blind," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Buffalo Gals," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/952

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-15 and 490-16. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/952

Side One: No. 490-15.

Side 1:1. "Mother's New Home," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Rose Bush Jig," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "Rattlin' Cannon Ball," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Sourwood Mountain," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Distant Land to Roam," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Bury Me Beneath the Willow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Those Gambler's Blues," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "Arkansas Traveler," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-16.

Side 2:1. "Old Shep," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Dublin Joys," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "What Would You Give in Exchange," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "How Many Biscuits Can You Eat," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "I'll Remember You Love in My Prayers," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "Goodbye Maggie," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Rakes of Mallow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/953

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-17 and 490-18. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/953

Side One: No. 490-17.

Side 1:1. "Sinner Man Where You Gonna Hide," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:2. "Sally Goodwin," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:3. "Away Out on the Mountain," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:4. "Billy Boy," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:5. "Great Speckled Bird," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:6. "Mocking Bird Rag," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:7. "Keep a Light in Your Window Tonight," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 1:8. "He's Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side Two: No. 490-18.

Side 2:1. "It Makes No Difference Now," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:2. "Cripple Creek," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:3. "Lonely Mound of Clay," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:4. "Silver Threads Among the Gold," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:5. "The Orphan Girl," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:6. "Wabash Cannon Ball," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:7. "Nobody's Darling," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Side 2:8. "Turkey in the Snow," Uncle Henry and His Original Kentucky Mountaineers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/954

Uncle Henry And His Original Kentucky Mountaineers. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 490-19 and 490-20. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/954

Transcription Disc TR-20360/955

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-1 and 500-2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/955

Side One: No. 500-1.

Side 1:1. "Hold on Little Doggie Hold On," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "By the Grave of Nobody's Darling," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Sweethearts or Strangers," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "A Bicycle Built for Two," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Where Is My Boy Tonight," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-2.

Side 2:1. "Ridin' Down the Canyon," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Mother Queen of My Heart," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "Quilting Party," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "Jesus Loves Me," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "The Child of a King," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/956

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-3 and 500-4. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/956

Side One: No. 500-3.

Side 1:1. "Lulu Walls," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "East Bound Train," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Little Brown Jug," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Jesus Is Listening In," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-4.

Side 2:1. "Old Dan Tucker," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "Dear Old Western Skies," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "Waiting For a Train," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "Old Time Religion," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/957

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-3 and 500-4. Duplicate of TR-956. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/957

Transcription Disc TR-20360/958

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-5 and 500-6. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/958

Side One: No. 500-5.

Side 1:1. "Peach Picking Time in Georgia," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Cowboy's Heaven," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Me and My Burro," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Lily of the Valley," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-6.

Side 2:1. "The Old Rustic Mill," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "There's an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "My Bonnie," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "Shall We Gather at the River," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/959

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-5 and 500-6. Duplicate of TR-958. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/959

Transcription Disc TR-20360/960

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-7 and 500-8. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/960

Side One: No. 500-7.

Side 1:1. "When the Sun Goes Down Today," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Sourwood Mountain," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "My Pretty Quadroon," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Little Jimmie's Rhymes," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Turn Your Radio On," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-8.

Side 2:1. "When the Bloom is on the Sage," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Our Indiana Farm," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "The Last Letter," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "Don't Wait Till Mother's Hair Has Turned to Silver," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "When We Kneel With Our Savior in Prayer," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/961

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-7 and 500-8. Duplicate of TR-960 #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/961

Transcription Disc TR-20360/962

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-9 and 500-10. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/962

Side One: No. 500-9.

Side 1:1. "Yellow Rose of Texas," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Little Cowboy Jim," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "It Makes No Difference Now," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Little Boy Blue," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "I Dreamed I Searched Heaven For You," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-10.

Side 2:1. "The Cottage at the Ending of the Lane," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Little Miss Muffet's Cake," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "Keep a Light in Your Window Tonight," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "My Tennessee Rose," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "Jesus Hold My Hand," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/963

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-9 and 500-10. Duplicate of TR-962. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/963

Transcription Disc TR-20360/964

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-11 and 500-12. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/964

Side One: No. 500-11.

Side 1:1. "Wildwood Flower," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "The Booger Bear," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Home on the Range," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "There's a Dad in the Hills," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Home In Tennessee," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "Beautiful Beckoning Hands," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-12.

Side 2:1. "Horse and Buggy Days," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "I Can't Ride Tony Tonight," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "I Dreamed of a Hillbilly Heaven," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "My Pony," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "There's Always a Mother Who Cares," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "Get Ready For the Judgement Day," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/965

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-11 and 500-12. Duplicate of TR-964. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/965

Transcription Disc TR-20360/966

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-13 and 500-14. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/966

Side One: No. 500-13.

Side 1:1. "I'm Going Back to the Valley," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Humpty Dumpty's Fall," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Will You Be the Same Old Sweetheart," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "My Saddle is Always My Home," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "From Jerusalem to Jericho," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-14.

Side 2:1. "Hero of a Mad Stampede," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Got the Wind in My Face," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "The Range is Heaven to Me," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "The Prisoner's Lament," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "How Beautiful Heaven Must Be," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/967

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-13 and 500-14. Duplicate of TR-966. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/967

Transcription Disc TR-20360/968

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-15 and 500-16. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/968

Side One: No. 500-15.

Side 1:1. "That Mother and Daddy of Mine," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Down on the Farm," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "My Old Branding Iron," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "Kentucky Moonlight," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "I Have a Little Pony," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "That Beautiful Homeland," Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie.

Side Two: No. 500-16. Theme Record.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/969

Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie. A Premier Presentation. Drug Trade Products, Inc. No. 500-15 and 500-16. Duplicate of TR-968. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/969

Transcription Disc TR-20360/970

Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys. Fiddle tunes. M.M. Cole Transcription Library. American Folk Music. Program 41-42. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/970

Side One: Program 41.

Side 1:1. "Wake Up Susan," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:2. "Flowers of Edinburgh," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:3. "Mountain Reel," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:4. "Maid of Argyle," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:5. "Lady's Favorite Reel," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:6. "London Lasses Reel," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:7. "Money Musk," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:8. "Breaking Ice," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side Two: Program 42.

Side 2:1. "I Don't Lov'a Nobody," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:2. "Old Dan Tucker," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:3. "The Cacklin' Hen," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:4. "May Day," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:5. "White Cockade," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:6. "Sally Goodwin," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:7. "Rickett's Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:8. "Sailor's Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/971

Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys. Fiddle tunes. M.M. Cole Transcription Library. American Folk Music. Program 87-88. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/971

Side One: Program 87.

Side 1:1. "Braes Od Dumblane," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:2. "Rose Bud Reel," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:3. "Balkan Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:4. "Lamp Lighters Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:5. "Champion Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:6. "Ivy Leaf Reel," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side Two: Program 88.

Side 2:1. "College Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:2. "Fishers Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:3. "Wagoner," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:4. "Raggin' On," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:5. "Limber Jim," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:6. "Walkin' Up Town," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/972

Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys. Fiddle tunes. M.M. Cole Transcription Library. American Folk Music. Program 89-90. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/972

Side One: Program 89.

Side 1:1. "Rakes of Mallow," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:2. "Haste to the Wedding," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:3. "Globe Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:4. "Birmingham Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:5. "Palermo Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 1:6. "Belvedere Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side Two: Program 90.

Side 2:1. "Staten Island Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:2. "Violetta Hornpipe," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:3. "Irish Washer Woman," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:4. "Nightingale Clog," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:5. "President Garfield," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Side 2:6. "Ocean Wave," Doc Hopkins and His Country Boys.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/973

Commercials for Motto Cards. No. 1-2. Globe Transcriptions, Inc. Chicago Advertising Agency. Radio Station XEG. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/973

Side One: No. 1.

Side 1:1. "Matthew Twenty-four," Mollie O'Day.

Side 1:2. "Sweeter Than the Flowers," Jimmy Osborne.

Side 1:3. "Why Do You Weep," Mollie O'Day.

Side Two: No. 2.

Side 2:1. "Building on the Sand," Jimmy Osborne.

Side 2:2. "Don't Forget the Family Prayer," Mollie O'Day.

Side 2:3. "This World Can't Stand Long," Jimmy Osborne.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/974

Commercials for Motto Cards. No. 3-4. Globe Transcriptions, Inc. Chicago Advertising Agency. Radio Station XEG. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/974

Side One: No. 3.

Side 1:1. "Hear My Mother Weeping," Jimmy Osborne.

Side 1:2. "Something Got Hold of Me," Mollie O'Day.

Side 1:3. "Too Late; Too Late," Jimmy Osborne.

Side Two: No. 4.

Side 2:1. "Gathering Flowers for the Master Bouquet," Mollie O'Day.

Side 2:2. "The Black Sheep Returned to the Fold," Jimmy Osborne.

Side 2:3. "The Pale Horse and His Rider," Mollie O'Day.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/975

Good Neighbor Barn Dance. Parts 1 and 3. Globe Transcriptions, Inc. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/975

Side One: Part 1.

Side 1:1. "Open: Roses," Johnny Bond.

Side 1:2. "Roses," Johnny Bond.

Side 1:3. "Close: Roses," Johnny Bond.

Side 1:4. "Open: State Finance," Hank Williams.

Side 1:5. "State Finance," Hank Williams.

Side 1:6. "Close: State Finance," Hank Williams.

Side 1:7. "Open: Allied Hatchery," Huckshaw Hawkins.

Side Two: Part 3.

Side 2:1. "Insurance," Eddy Arnold.

Side 2:2. "Close: Insurance," Eddy Arnold.

Side 2:3. "Open: Norton Farms," Bill Monroe.

Side 2:4. "Norton Farms," Bill Monroe.

Side 2:5. "Close: Norton Farms," Bill Monroe.

Side 2:6. "Open: Lancaster Seeds," Roy Rogers.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/976

Good Neighbor Barn Dance. Parts 2 and 4. Globe Transcriptions, Inc. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/976

Side One: Part 2.

Side 1:1. "Allied Hatchery," Huckshaw Hawkins.

Side 1:2. "Close: Allied Hatchery," Huckshaw Hawkins.

Side 1:3. "Open: Hollywood Films," Hank Thompson.

Side 1:4. "Hollywood Films," Hank Thompson.

Side 1:5. "Close: Hollywood Films," Hank Thompson.

Side 1:6. "Open: Insurance," Eddie Arnold.

Side Two: Part 4.

Side 2:1. "Lancaster Seeds," Roy Rogers.

Side 2:2. "Close: Lancaster Seeds," Roy Rogers.

Side 2:3. "Open: Blade Man," Sons of the Pioneers.

Side 2:4. "Blade Man," Sons of the Pioneers.

Side 2:5. "Close: Blade Man," Sons of the Pioneers.

Side 2:6. "Close: Good Neighbor Barn Dance."

Transcription Disc TR-20360/977

Red River Dave Songbook Program. Sides 1 and 2. KMAC Transcription Studios. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/977

Transcription Disc TR-20360/978

Red River Dave Songbook Program. Sides 3 and 4. KMAC Transcription Studios. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/978

Transcription Disc TR-20360/979

Red River Dave Songbook Program. Side 5. KMAC Transcription Studios. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/979

Transcription Disc TR-20360/980

Red River Dave Songbook Program. Side 6. KMAC Transcription Studios. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/980

Transcription Disc TR-20360/981

Doc Hopkins and His Guitar. Recorded by Doc Hopkins. Burr Whyland Recording Studio, Chicago, Ill. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/981

Transcription Disc TR-20360/982

Doc Hopkins and His Guitar. Recorded by Doc Hopkins. Burr Whyland Recording Studio, Chicago, Ill. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/982

Transcription Disc TR-20360/983

Spade Cooley with Tex Williams. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/983

Side One.

Side 1:1. "Tennessee Wagner," Spade Cooley.

Side 1:2. "Corrine, Corrina," Spade Cooley.

Side 1:3. "Smoke on the Water," Spade Cooley.

Side 1:4. "Shame on You," Spade Cooley and Tex Williams.

Side 1:5. "Then You'll Know What it Means to Be Blue," Spade Cooley and Tex Williams.

Side Two.

Side 2:1. "Copenhagen," Spade Cooley.

Side 2:2. Unidentified.

Side 2:3. Unidentified.

Side 2:4. "The Trouble With Me," Spade Cooley and Tex Williams.

Side 2:5. "There Is No Sunshine," Spade Cooley and Tex Williams.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/984

The Wilburn Family. No. 1-2. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/984

Side One: No. 1.

Side 1:1. "Searching For His Grave," Gealdine and Theodore.

Side 1:2. "Filipino Baby," Lester.

Side 1:3. "That Little Kid Sister of Mine," Theodore.

Side 1:4. "Radio Station S-A-V-E-D," Lester and Geraldine.

Side Two: No. 2.

Side 2:1. "Why Not Confess," Lester and Geraldine.

Side 2:2. "Back to Where I Come From," Doyle.

Side 2:3. "It's Nobodies Fault But My Own," Lester.

Side 2:4. "I'm Going Home This Evening," Geraldine and Theodore.

Side 2:5. "Trouble Keeps Hanging 'Round My Door," Lester and Geraldine.

Side 2:6. "Sally Goodin," The Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/985

The Wilburn Family. No. 3-4. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/985

Side One: No. 3.

Side 1:1. "You Can't Conceal a Broken Heart," Geraldine and Theodore.

Side 1:2. "I Talk to Myself About You," Lester.

Side 1:3. "When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget," Geraldine.

Side 1:4. "Dear Daddy, I'm Coming," Lester and Geraldine.

Side 1:5. "That Little Boy and Girl of Mine," Theodore.

Side Two: No. 4.

Side 2:1. "Pins and Needles in My Heart," Lester, Geraldine and Theodore.

Side 2:2. "Roly Poly," Theodore.

Side 2:3. "My Star of Blue Has Turned to Gold," Geraldine.

Side 2:4. "He Will Set Your Fields on Fire," Geraldine and Theodore.

Side 2:5. "That Little Shirt That Mother Made for Me," Doyle.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/986

The Wilburn Family. Themes Only. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/986

Transcription Disc TR-20360/987

Texas Jim Lewis. No. 1-2. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/987

Side One: No. 1.

Side 1:1. "Texas Ain't Old Texas Anymore," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:2. "Riding the Trail Back Home," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:3. "Mississippi Valley Blues," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:4. "Live and Let Live," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:5. "Hootenanny Scratch," Theodore.

Side Two: No. 2.

Side 2:1. "Hitch Old Dobbin to the Shay," Texas Jim Lewis with Tex's Trio and His Hootenanny.

Side 2:2. "Lost John," Texas Jim Lewis with Pete Wray.

Side 2:3. "I've Found Somebody New," Texas Jim Lewis with Dan Walsh.

Side 2:4. "Jesus is Listening In," Texas Jim Lewis with Tex's Trio and His Hootenanny.

Side 2:5. "I'm Crying My Heart Out," Texas Jim Lewis with Jack Lewis.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/988

Texas Jim Lewis. No. 3-4. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/988

Side One: No. 3.

Side 1:1. "Ride 'Em Cowboy," Texas Jim Lewis with Curly Engel and Trio.

Side 1:2. "E Minor Rag," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:3. "Listen to the Mocking Bird," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:4. "At the End of the Santa Fe Trail," Texas Jim Lewis with Curly Engel.

Side Two: No. 4.

Side 2:1. "The Big Corral," Texas Jim Lewis with Trio.

Side 2:2. "Texas Twister," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 2:3. "Darling Clementine," Texas Jim Lewis with Curly Engel and Trio.

Side 2:4. "Crawdad Song," Texas Jim Lewis with Curly Engel and Smokey Rogers.

Side 2:5. "Lone Star Rag," Texas Jim Lewis.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/989

Texas Jim Lewis. No. 11-12. Rosarito Sales Agency, San Diego, Calif. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/989

Side One: No. 11.

Side 1:1. "Hide Away," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:2. "Sweethearts or Strangers," Texas Jim Lewis with Dan Walsh.

Side 1:3. "I'm Thinking of My Blue Eyes," Texas Jim Lewis with Jack Lewis and Trio.

Side 1:4. "Worried Mind," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:5. "I'll Keep on Loving You," Texas Jim Lewis with Jack Lewis.

Side Two: No. 12.

Side 2:1. "Buckaroo at Eighty-Two," Texas Jim Lewis with Dan Walsh.

Side 2:2. "The Old Water Wheel," Texas Jim Lewis with Jack Lewis.

Side 2:3. "Rose of the Border," Texas Jim Lewis with Jack Lewis and Trio.

Side 2:4. "Will There Be a Range in Heaven," Texas Jim Lewis with Dan Walsh and Trio.

Side 2:5. "Saddles in the Sky," Texas Jim Lewis with Dan Walsh.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/990

Dr. Winrod. Anti-Communist Tirade. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/990

Transcription Disc TR-20360/991

The Herrington Trio. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/991

Transcription Disc TR-20360/992

Crazy Water Crystal Commercials. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/992

Transcription Disc TR-20360/993

Bill and Joe. No. 1-2. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/993

Transcription Disc TR-20360/994

Bill and Joe. No. 3-4. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/994

Transcription Disc TR-20360/995

Bill and Joe. No. 5-6. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/995

Transcription Disc TR-20360/996

Bill and Joe. No. 7-8. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/996

Side One: No. 7.

Side 1:1. "Sitting on Top of the World, " Bill and Joe.

Side 1:2. "I Am Alone Because I Love You," Bill and Joe.

Side 1:3. "The Convict and the Rose," Bill and Joe.

Side 1:4. "Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet," Bill and Joe.

Side Two: No. 8.

Side 2:1. Unidentified

Side 2:2. "Old Faithful," Bill and Joe.

Side 2:3. "Melancholy Baby," Bill and Joe.

Side 2:4. "Tomorrow the Sun May Be Shining," Bill and Joe.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/997

Bill and Joe. No. 9-10. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/997

Transcription Disc TR-20360/998

Bill and Joe. No. 11-12. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/998

Transcription Disc TR-20360/999

Bill and Joe. No. 13-14. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/999

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1000

Bill and Joe. No. 15-16. Sellers Co, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1000

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1001

Bill and Joe. No. 1-2. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1001

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1002

Bill and Joe. No. 3-4. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1002

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1003

Bill and Joe. No. 5-6. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1003

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1004

Bill and Joe. No. 7-8. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1004

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1005

Bill and Joe. No. 9-10. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1005

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1006

Bill and Joe. No. 11-12. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1006

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1007

Bill and Joe. No. 13-14. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1007

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1008

Bill and Joe. No. 15-16. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1008

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1009

Bill and Joe. No. 17-18. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1009

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1010

Bill and Joe. No. 19-20. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1010

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1011

Studio Frolics. Sides 1 and 2. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1011

Side One:

Side 1:1. "Cincinnati Hornpipe," Paul.

Side 1:2. "Standin' in the Need of Prayer," Group.

Side 1:3. "De Camptown Races," Rex and Julian.

Side 1:4. "Renfro Valley," Rex and Julian.

Side 1:5. "Ridin' Down the Canyon," Trio.

Side Two:

Side 2:1. "Old Joe Clark," Paul.

Side 2:2. "Let the Church Roll On," Group.

Side 2:3. "Careless Love," Rex, Julian, and Ish.

Side 2:4. "Over the Santa Fe Trail," Rex, Julian, and Ish.

Side 2:5. "Way Out There," Johnnie and Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1012

Studio Frolics. Sides 3 and 4. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1012

Side Three:

Side 3:1. "Golden Slippers," Paul.

Side 3:2. "We Shall Ride," Group.

Side 3:3. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Rex and Jim.

Side 3:4. "Birmingham Rose," Rex and Jim.

Side 3:5. "One More Ride," Johnnie and Trio.

Side Four:

Side 4:1. "Sally Goodin," Paul.

Side 4:2. "Row Me Over the Tide," Group.

Side 4:3. "Climbing Up the Golden Stairs," Rex, Julian, and Ish.

Side 4:4. "This Old White Mule of Mine," Rex, Julian, and Ish.

Side 4:5. "Old Chisholm Trail," Ish and Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1013

Studio Frolics. Sides 5 and 6. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1013

Side Five:

Side 5:1. "Arkansas Traveler," Paul.

Side 5:2. "I'll Be Listening," Group.

Side 5:3. "When You and I Were Young Maggie," Rex, Julian, and Trio.

Side 5:4. "Roll Along Jordan," Rex, Julian, and Trio.

Side 5:5. "Birmingham Jail," Trio.

Side Six:

Side 6:1. "Cripple Creek," Paul.

Side 6:2. "God Put a Rainbow in the Cloud," Group.

Side 6:3. "Loch Lomond," Rex, Hi Pockets, and Ish.

Side 6:4. "Baby Girl," Rex, Hi Pockets, and Ish.

Side 6:5. "A Hillbilly Wedding in June," Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1014

Studio Frolics. Sides 7 and 8. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1014

Side Seven:

Side 7:1. "Fisher's Hornpipe," Paul.

Side 7:2. "Turn Your Radio On," Group.

Side 7:3. "Red River Valley," Rex, Earl, and Julian.

Side 7:4. "Cielito Lindo," Rex, Earl, and Julian.

Side 7:5. "Way Out West in Texas," Trio.

Side Eight:

Side 8:1. "Ida Red," Paul.

Side 8:2. "Pass Me Not," Group.

Side 8:3. "Sourwood Mountain," Rex, Julian, and Ish.

Side 8:4. "Little Brown Jug," Rex, Julian, and Ish.

Side 8:5. "Home on the Range," Johnnie and Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1015

Studio Frolics. Sides 9 and 10. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1015

Side Nine:

Side 9:1. "Hot Time in the Old Town," Paul.

Side 9:2. "You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone," Group.

Side 9:3. "Mexicali," Julian, Ish, and Rex.

Side 9:4. "Darling Nellie Grey," Julian, Ish, and Rex.

Side 9:5. "Silver Haired Daddy," Jake and Trio.

Side Ten:

Side 10:1. "Miss McCloud's Reel," Paul.

Side 10:2. "Where We Never Grow Old," Group.

Side 10:3. "Pass Around the Bottle," Rex and Jim.

Side 10:4. "When I Find My Dear Daddy Waiting," Rex and Jim.

Side 10:5. "Oh! Susanna," Group.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1016

Studio Frolics. Sides 11 and 12. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1016

Side Eleven:

Side 11:1. "Pretty Little Pink," Paul.

Side 11:2. "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again," Group.

Side 11:3. "Give My Love to Nell," Julian and Trio.

Side 11:4. "Turkey in the Straw," Rex.

Side 11:5. "Down by the Riverside," Jim and Trio.

Side Twelve:

Side 12:1. "Rickets Hornpipe," Paul.

Side 12:2. "Great Speckled Bird," Group.

Side 12:3. "The Quilting Party," Rex.

Side 12:4. "Clementine," Jake.

Side 12:5. "Ridin' Home," Jake and Trio.

Side 12:6. "Shortenin' Bread," Group.

Side 12:7. "At a Georgia Camp Meeting," Group.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1017

Studio Frolics. Sides 13 and 14. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1017

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1018

Studio Frolics. Sides 15 and 16. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1018

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1019

G. A. Slim. Sides 1 and 2. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1019

Side One: The Harrington Trio.

Side Two: Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1020

G. A. Slim. Sides 3 and 4. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1020

Side Three: Bill and Joe Callahan.

Side Four: Studio Frolics.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1021

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 1 and 2. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1021

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1022

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 3 and 4. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1022

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1023

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 5 and 6. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1023

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1024

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 7 and 8. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1024

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1025

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 9 and 10. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1025

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1026

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 11 and 12. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1026

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1027

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 13 and 14. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1027

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1028

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 15 and 16. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1028

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1029

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 17 and 18. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1029

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1030

Roy and Lonnie with Their Pals. Sides 19 and 20. All American Radio Program Sellers, Dallas, Tex. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1030

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1031

Peggy Lee and Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 2108 and 2110. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1031

Side One: No. 2108. Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers.

Side 1:1. "Rodeo," Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers.

Side 1:2. "Meet Me in Dallas," Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers.

Side 1:3. "Rhythm Ranger Blues," Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers.

Side 1:4. "Rodeo Rhythm," Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers.

Side 1:5. "Hot Strings," Cal Shrum and His Rhythm Rangers.

Side Two: No. 2110. Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:1. "El Capotin," Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:2. "La Cucaracha," Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:3. "Las Chiapenecas," Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:4. "La Golondrina," Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:5. "Las Altenitas," Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:6. "Sandunga Chiapeneca," Guadalajara Trio.

Side 2:7. "Tu Ya No Soplas," Guadalajara Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1032

Peggy Lee. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 130 and 131. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1032

Side One: No. 130. Peggy Lee and Orchestra.

Side 1:1. "Sugar," Peggy Lee.

Side 1:2. "Don't Blame Me," Peggy Lee.

Side 1:3. "Devil and Deep Blue Sea," Peggy Lee.

Side 1:4. "I Get the Blues When it Rains," Peggy Lee.

Side 1:5. "You Can Depend on Me," Peggy Lee.

Side Two: No. 131. Peggy Lee and Orchestra.

Side 2:1. "That September in the Rain," Peggy Lee.

Side 2:2. "You Turned the Tables On Me," Peggy Lee.

Side 2:3. "My Last Affair," Peggy Lee.

Side 2:4. "I've Had My Moments," Peggy Lee.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1033

Music A La Carter. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 205 and 206. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1033

Side One: No. 205. Music A La Carter.

Side 1:1. "Who Knows," Music A La Carter.

Side 1:2. "You Walk By," Music A La Carter.

Side 1:3. "Kentucky," Music A La Carter.

Side 1:4. "Lonely Love," Music A La Carter.

Side 1:5. "Going Back Home," Music A La Carter.

Side Two: No. 206. Music A La Carter.

Side 2:1. "If I Had You," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:2. "I'll Never Be the Same," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:3. "Peg O' My Heart," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:4. "What's New," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:5. "It Had to Be You," Music A La Carter.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1034

Music A La Carter. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 205 and 206. Duplicate of TR-1033. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1034

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1035

Four Joes and a Jane and Music A La Carter. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 239 and 240. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1035

Side One: No. 239. Four Joes and a Jane.

Side 1:1. "Learn to Boogie Woogie," Four Joes and a Jane.

Side 1:2. "Glorious Sight," Four Joes and a Jane.

Side 1:3. "What's You Bet," Four Joes and a Jane.

Side 1:4. "Barksdale Stomp," Four Joes and a Jane.

Side Two: No. 240. Music A La Carter.

Side 2:1. "Oh, You Crazy Moon," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:2. "Rose Room," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:3. "Someday Sweetheart," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:4. "I Kiss Your Hand Madame," Music A La Carter.

Side 2:5. "I'll See You in My Dreams," Music A La Carter.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1036

Texas Jim Lewis. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 2475 and 2476. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1036

Side One: No. 2475. Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:1. "Hooten Annie," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:2. "I'm Headin' For Home on the Range," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:3. "Little Cowboy," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:4. "The Gospel Ship," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 1:5. "Sky Ball Paint," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side Two: No. 2476. Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 2:1. "Hill Billy Lil'," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 2:2. "Hoot-nannie Rag," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 2:3. "Ridin' the Trail Back Home," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 2:4. "Echoes From the Hills," Texas Jim Lewis.

Side 2:5. "He's a No Good Son of a Gun," Texas Jim Lewis.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1037

Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 2543 and 2544. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1037

Side One: No. 2543. Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 1:1. "Give Me My Old Cow Pony," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 1:2. "Keep a Light in Your Window Tonight," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 1:3. "I Long For the Hills of Wyoming," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 1:4. "Ezekiel Saw De Wheel," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 1:5. "Nancy Till'," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 1:6. "Happy Rovin' Cowboy," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side Two: No. 2544. Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 2:1. "Uncle Noah's Ark," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 2:2. "Wagon Train," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 2:3. "I Picked Up the Trail," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 2:4. "Just Come On Back," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Side 2:5. "Ridin' Down the Canyon," Ezra and His Beverly Hillbillies.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1038

Johnnie Marvin. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 2184 and 2185. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1038

Side One: No. 2184. Johnnie Marvin.

Side 1:1. "Stardust Trail," Johnnie Marvin.

Side 1:2. "Round-Up the Blues," Johnnie Marvin.

Side 1:3. "Somewhere Out On the Prairie," Johnnie Marvin.

Side 1:4. "Down In the Land of Zula," Johnnie Marvin.

Side Two: No. 2185. Johnnie Marvin.

Side 2:1. "Lazy Texas Longhorns," Johnnie Marvin.

Side 2:2. "I'm Riding a Trail That Leads to Home," Johnnie Marvin.

Side 2:3. "Sleepy Baby," Johnnie Marvin.

Side 2:4. "Dreaming By the Side of the Rio Grande," Johnnie Marvin.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1039

Arizona Joe. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 2539 and 2540. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1039

Side One: No. 2539. Arizona Joe.

Side 1:1. "I Only Want a Buddy," Arizona Joe.

Side 1:2. "Bury Me Out on the Prairie," Arizona Joe.

Side 1:3. "Tumbleweed," Arizona Joe.

Side 1:4. "Mellow Mountain Moon," Arizona Joe.

Side Two: No. 2540. Arizona Joe.

Side 2:1. "Little Old Sod Shanty," Arizona Joe.

Side 2:2. "My Pretty Quadroon," Arizona Joe.

Side 2:3. "Careless Dove," Arizona Joe.

Side 2:4. "Down That Old Texas Trail," Arizona Joe.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1040

Rhubarb Red and His Rubes. C. P. MacGregor Musical Library. No. 148 and 149. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1040

Side One: No. 148. Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 1:1. "Turn Your Radio On," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 1:2. "Froggie Went a Courtin'," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 1:3. "Midnight Special," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 1:4. "Rockin' Alone in an Old Rockin' Chair," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 1:5. "Looking For the Bully," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side Two: No. 149. Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 2:1. "There's an Old Faded Picture on the Wall," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 2:2. "Swapping Song," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 2:3. "Jesse James," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Side 2:4. "She's My Sweet Little Mother of the Hills," Rhubarb Red and His Rubes.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1041

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 3 and 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1041

Side One: Program 3.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Careless Love," Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Dear and Western Skies," Asher.

Side 1:4. "Has Anybody Seen My Kitty," Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Headin' For the Great," Asher.

Side 1:6. "Gathering Buds," Jimmie.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 4.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Buffalo Gals," Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "And So Your Have Come Back," Asher.

Side 2:4. "Got the Wind in My Face," Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "Free a Little Bird," Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "I Won't Have to Cross," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1042

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 5 and 6. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1042

Side One: Program 5.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "When the Roses Are In," Asher.

Side 1:3. "I Only Want a Buddy," Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "The East Bound Train," Asher.

Side 1:5. "Little Feet Be Careful," Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "My Last Moving Day," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 6.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Don't Wait 'Til Mothers," Asher.

Side 2:3. "Hang My Old Guitar," Asher.

Side 2:4. "Home In Tennessee," Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "I Love Little Willie," Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "From Jerusalem to Jericho," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1043

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 11 and 12. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1043

Side One: Program 11.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "My Old Coon Dog," Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "My Tennessee Rose," Asher.

Side 1:4. "Humpty Dumpty's Fall," Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "Home On the Range," Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "Jesus is Listening In," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 12.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Ridin' Down the Canyon," Asher.

Side 2:3. "My Pony," Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "Pretty Quadroon," Asher.

Side 2:5. "The North Wind Doth Blow," Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "The Child of the King," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1044

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 13 and 14. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1044

Side One: Program 13.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "Got the Wind in My Face," Jimmie.

Side 1:3. "Cowboy's Heaven," Asher.

Side 1:4. "Lulu Walls," Jimmie.

Side 1:5. "My Little Rooster," Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "I'm a Pilgrim," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 14.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "I Only Want a Buddy," Jimmie.

Side 2:3. "Hero of a Mad Stampede," Asher.

Side 2:4. "Hang My Old Guitar," Jimmie.

Side 2:5. "Blue Eyes," Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "I Guess I'm Just a Little Old Fashioned," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1045

Asher and Little Jimmie. World Broadcasting System, Inc. Programs 15 and 16. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1045

Side One: Program 15.

Side 1:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Jimmie.

Side 1:2. "My Old Branding Iron," Asher.

Side 1:3. "Little Boy Blue," Jimmie.

Side 1:4. "That Tumbled Down Cabin," Asher.

Side 1:5. "Sourwood Mountain," Jimmie.

Side 1:6. "My Life and My All," Asher.

Side 1:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Jimmie.

Side Two: Program 16.

Side 2:1. "My Sunlit Mountain Home," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Side 2:2. "Keep a Light in Your Window Tonight," Asher.

Side 2:3. "The Little Black Bronco," Jimmie.

Side 2:4. "That Sweet Little Mother," Asher.

Side 2:5. "Hold On Little Doggie," Jimmie.

Side 2:6. "Oh, Why Not Surrender," Asher.

Side 2:7. "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," Asher and Little Jimmie.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1046

The Ozark Sisters. Consolidated Drug Trade Products. Sides 1 and 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1046

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1047

The Ozark Sisters. Consolidated Drug Trade Products. Sides 3 and 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1047

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1048

Montana Pete's Square Dancing with Calls by Ernest Useman. M.M. Cole Transcription Library. American Folk Music. Programs S-1 and S-2. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1048

Side One: Program S-1.

Side 1:1. "Irish Washerwoman," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 1:2. "Light Foot Bill," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 1:3. "Soldier's Joy," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 1:4. "Miss McLeod's Reel," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side Two: Program S-2.

Side 2:1. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 2:2. "Cripple Creek," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 2:3. "Buffalo Gals," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 2:4. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Transcription Disc TR-20360/1049

Montana Pete's Square Dancing with Calls by Ernest Useman. M.M. Cole Transcription Library. American Folk Music. Programs S-3 and S-4. #20360, Subseries: "4.1. Transcription Discs, 1939-1941 and undated." TR-20360/1049

Side One: Program S-3.

Side 1:1. "Pop Goes the Weasel," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 1:2. "Golden Slippers," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 1:3. "Turkey in the Straw," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 1:4. "Big Eared Mule," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side Two: Program S-4.

Side 2:1. "Arkie's Delight," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 2:2. "Lamplighter's Hornpipe," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 2:3. "Arkansas Traveler," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

Side 2:4. "Old Susanna," Montana Pete and Ernest Useman.

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180 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

Field notes for FT-20360/12517-12695 reside in Folder 984 within the Southern Folklife Collection Field Notes Collection (#30025).

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12517

Griffith Borgeson on Sara Carter. Angels Camp, Calif., 01 April 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12517

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12518

June Carter interview. KFOX, 26 October 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12518

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12519

Maybelle Carter. Ash Grove, 4 April 1963 and 19 April 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12519

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12520

Maybelle and Sara Carter. Recorded by Ed Kahn and Mike Seeger, 24 April 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12520

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12521

Virgie Hobbs. 11 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12521

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12522

Virgie Hobbs. 12 August 1963. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12522

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12523

Virgie Hobbs. 12 August 1963. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12523

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12524

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 1: Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12524

Side One:

1:1. "Don't Forget Me Little Darling," Carter Family. Cq 8636.

1:2. "The Heart That Was Broken For Me," Carter Family. De 5662.

1:3. "Cowboy's Wild Song to His Herd," Carter Family. Bb B-5908.

1:4. "My Heart's Tonight in Texas," Carter Family. Bb B-5908.

1:5. "Gathering Flowers From the Hillside," Carter Family. Cq 8636.

1:6. "Little Joe," Carter Family. De 5632.

1:7. "Just a Few More Days," Carter Family. De 5632.

1:8. "Cuban Soldier," Carter Family. De 5662.

1:9. "Room in Heaven For Me," Carter Family. Bb B-5993.

1:10. "Lover's Return," Carter Family. Bb B-5586.

Side Two:

2:1. "Darling Daisies," Carter Family. Bb B-5586.

2:2. "Fate of Dewey Lee," Carter Family. Cq 8535.

2:3. "Let the Church Roll On," Carter Family. MW 4733.

2:4. "Sea of Galilee," Carter Family. Pe 13156.

2:5. "River of Jordan," Carter Family. Pe 13156.

2:6. "Wabash Cannonball," Carter Family. Vi 40089.

2:7. "Engine 143," Carter Family. Vi 40089.

2:8. "Black Jack David," Carter Family. Ok 06313.

2:9. "Blackie's Gunman," Carter Family. Ok 06313.

2:10. "Sweet Heaven in My View," Carter Family. De 5318.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12525

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 1: Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12525

Side One:

1:1. "Give Me Your Love and I'll Give You Mine," Carter Family. De 5318.

1:2. "Motherless Children," Carter Family. Vi 23651.

1:3. "Little Moses," Carter Family. Vi 40110.

1:4. "Homestead on the Farm," Carter Family. Vi 40207.

1:5. "Cyclone of Rye Cove," Carter Family. Vi 40207.

1:6. "Can't Feel at Home," Carter Family. Vi 23569.

1:7. "When I'm Gone," Carter Family. Vi 23569.

1:8. "Picture on the Wall," Carter Family. Vi 23686.

1:9. "I Ain't Goin' to Work Tomorrow," Carter Family. Vi 40190.

1:10. "East Virginia Blues #2," Carter Family. Cq 8535.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Never Will Marry," Carter Family. Bb B-5716.

2:2. "Working on a Building," Carter Family. Bb B-5716.

2:3. "Keep on the Firing Line," Carter Family. Bb B-9026.

2:4. "Fifty Miles of Elbow Room," Carter Family. Bb B-9026.

2:5. "Wandering Boy," Carter Family. Vi 20877.

2:6. "The Wonderful City," Jimmy Rodgers and Sara Carter. Bb B-6810.

2:7. "Never Let the Devil Get the Upper Hand of You," Carter Family. De 5467.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12526

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 1: Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12526

Side One:

1:1. "Funny When You Feel That Way," Carter Family. De 5411.

1:2. "The Only Girl," Carter Family. De 5411.

1:3. "Walking in the King's Highway," Carter Family. De 5579.

1:4. "Behind Those Stone Walls," Carter Family. ME 6-03-51.

1:5. "My Old Virginia Home," Carter Family. ME 6-03-51.

1:6. "My Texas Girl," Carter Family. ME 6-09-59.

1:7. "Don't Forget This Song," Carter Family. ME 7-01-54.

1:8. "Will the Roses Bloom in Heaven," Carter Family. Bb B-5161.

1:9. "We Will March Through the Streets of the City," Carter Family. Bb B-5161.

1:10. "Answer to the Weeping Willow," Carter Family. De 5254.

Side Two:

2:1. "Just Another Broken Heart," Carter Family. De 5254.

2:2. "Oh, Take Me Back," Carter Family. De 5565.

2:3. "Stern Old Bachelor," Carter Family. De 5565.

2:4. "Meet Me By Moonlight Alone," Carter Family. Me 7-01-54.

2:5. "It'll Aggravate Your Soul," Carter Family. Bb B-5817.

2:6. "Dark Haired True Lover," Carter Family. De 5447.

2:7. "He Never Came Back," Carter Family. De 5447.

2:8. "Who's That Knocking at My Window," Carter Family. De 5612.

2:9. "Young Freda Bolt," Carter Family. De 5612.

2:10. "There's No Hiding Place," Carter Family. Bb B-5961.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12527

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 1: Tape 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12527

Side One:

1:1. "March Winds," Carter Family. MW M4548.

1:2. "Fond Affection," Carter Family. Vi 23585.

1:3. "One Little Word," Carter Family. Bb B-5771.

1:4. "Broken Hearted Lover," Carter Family. Vi 23791.

1:5. "Are You Tired of Me, My Darling," Carter Family. Bb B-5956.

1:6. "You've Been Fooling Me Baby," Carter Family. Bb B-5771.

1:7. "Sow 'Em on the Mountain," Carter Family. Vi 23585.

1:8. "The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas," Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers. RZ ME34.

1:9. "Jimmie Rodgers Visits the Carter Family," Carter Family. RZ ME34.

1:10. "Bring Back My Blue Eyed Boy to Me," Carter Family. Vi 40190.

Side Two:

2:1. "Why There's a Tear in Your Eye," Sara Carter and Jimmie Rodgers. RZ ME33.

2:2. "If One Won't, Another One Will," Carter Family. Vi 23761.

2:3. "Away Out on the Old Saint Sabbath," Carter Family. Bb B-5817.

2:4. "When the Roses Bloom in Dixieland," Carter Family. Vi 40229.

2:5. "Lord, I'm in Your Care," Carter Family. De 5494.

2:6. "Hold Fast to the Right," Carter Family. De 5494.

2:7. "Darling Nellie Across the Sea," Carter Family. Vi 23513.

2:8. "East Virginia Blues," Carter Family. Bb B-5650.

2:9. "Happy or Lonesome," Carter Family. Bb B-5650.

2:10. "Are You Lonesome Tonight," Carter Family. De 5240.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12528

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 1: Tape 5. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12528

Side One:

1:1. "Hello Central, Give Me Heaven," Carter Family. Bb B-5529.

1:2. "There'll Be Joy, Joy, Joy," Carter Family. MW M-4547.

1:3. "Cannonball Blues," Carter Family. ME 7-05-55.

1:4. "Wildwood Flower," Carter Family. Vi 40000.

1:5. "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Carter Family. Cq 8539.

1:6. "Let's Be Lovers Again," Carter Family. Cq 8539.

1:7. "Meeting in the Air," Carter Family. Cq 9666.

1:8. "Heaven's Radio," Carter Family. Cq 9666.

1:9. "Kissing is a Crime," Carter Family. ME 6-05-53.

1:10. "Lulu Walls," Carter Family. ME 6-05-53.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Never Will Marry," Carter Family. MW M-7356.

2:2. "It is Better Farther On," Carter Family. De 5692.

2:3. "Hello Stranger," Carter Family. De 5479.

2:4. "The Mountains of Tennessee," Carter Family. Bb B-8868.

2:5. "Dark and Stormy Weather," Carter Family. Bb B-8868.

2:6. "In the Valley of Shenandoah," Carter Family. Bb B-8868.

2:7. "We Shall Rise," Carter Family. Ok 06030.

2:8. "There's Someone Awaiting for Me," Carter Family. Vi 23554.

2:9. "Jimmie Brown the Newsboy," Carter Family. Vi 23554.

2:10. "Lonesome Valley," Carter Family. ME 7-07-62.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12529

The Carter Family Transcriptions. Programs 1A-2B #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12529

Programs 1A and 1B:

1:1. "Lead Me," Carter Family.

1:2. "I Wonder How the Old Folks Are at Home," Carter Family.

1:3. "In the Highway," Carter Family.

1:4. "You Are My Sunshine," Janette Carter.

1:5. "The King's Highway," Carter Family.

1:6. "My Bonnie," Anita Carter.

1:7. "Room in Heaven For Me," Carter Family.

1:8. "Cumberland Gap," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

1:9. "Lonesome Valley," Carter Family.

1:10. "Show Me the Way to Go Home," Carter Girls.

1:11. "Just Another Broken Heart," Carter Family.

Programs 2A and 2B:

2:1. "The Curtains of the Night," Carter Family.

2:2. "Cannonball Blues," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

2:3. "Frankie and Johnny," Carter Girls.

2:4. "Come Back to Me," Carter Family.

2:5. "Freight Train Blues," Janette Carter.

2:6. "Keep On the Sunny Side," Carter Family.

2:7. "Wandering Boy," Carter Family.

2:8. "When Silver Threads Are Gold Again," Carter Family.

2:9. "That Old Texas Trail," Carter Girls.

2:10. "Cowboy's Wild Song to His Herd," Janette Carter.

2:11. "Maple On the Hill," Carter Family.

2:12. "I Wanna Be Loved," Helen Carter.

2:13. "When Our Lord Shall Come Again," Carter Family.

2:14. "Old Joe Clark," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

2:15. "Storms On the Ocean," Carter Family.

2:16. "Sowin' On the Mountain," Carter Girls.

2:17. "Bonny Blue Eyes," Carter Family.

2:18. "New River Train," Janette Carter.

2:19. "Lover's Lane," Carter Family.

2:20. "Two Sweethearts," A.P. Carter.

2:21. "Waves On the Sea," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

2:22. "No One to Welcome Me Home," Carter Girls.

2:23. "On the Sea of Galilee," Carter Family.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12530

The Carter Family Transcriptions. Programs 3A-5B #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12530

Programs 3A and 3B.

3:1. "When Our Lord Shall Come Again," Carter Family.

3:2. "Happiest Days of All," Carter Family.

3:3. "I'm Troubled," Carter Girls.

3:4. "Ranger in the Sky," Janette Carter.

3:5. "We Shall Rise," Carter Family.

3:6. "Engine 143," June Carter.

3:7. "Jealous Hearted Me," Carter Family.

3:8. "Unidentified," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

3:9. "What Would You Give," Carter Family.

3:10. "Beautiful Brown Eyes," Carter Girls.

3:11. "Sweet Fern," Carter Family.

Programs 4A and 4B.

4:1. "I Have No Loving Mother Now," Carter Family.

4:2. "Just a Few More Days," Carter Family.

4:3. "Glory to the Lamb," Carter Girls.

4:4. "Wild and Reckless Hobo," Carter Family.

4:5. "Last Letter," Janette Carter.

4:6. "It's Better Farther On," Carter Family.

4:7. "Engine 143," June Carter.

4:8. "Fatal Wedding," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

4:9. "Church in the Wildwood," Carter Family.

4:10. "You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming," Helen and Anita Carter.

4:11. "Single Girl," Carter Family.

Programs 5A and 5B.

5:1. "Blue Eyes," Carter Family.

5:2. "March Winds," Carter Family.

5:3. "Give Me the Roses," Carter Girls.

5:4. "God's Gonna Trouble the Waters," Janette Carter.

5:5. "You Denied Your Love," Carter Family.

5:6. "Hello Central," June Carter.

5:7. "Sinking in the Lonesome Sea," Carter Family.

5:8. "No Telephone in Heaven," A.P. Carter.

5:9. "Come Into My Heart Lord Jesus," Carter Girls.

5:10. "Goodbye," Carter Family.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12531

The Carter Family Transcriptions. Programs 6A-8B #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12531

Programs 6A and 6B.

6:1. "Why There's a Tear in My Eye," Carter Family.

6:2. "There'll Be Joy, Joy, Joy," Carter Family.

6:3. "Corrina," Carter Girls.

6:4. "Sleep Baby Sleep," Janette Carter.

6:5. "Just Another Broken Heart," Carter Family.

6:6. "There's Room in Heaven For Me," Carter Family.

6:7. "I Only Want a Buddy," Helen Carter.

6:8. "I Cannot Be Your Sweetheart," A.P. Carter.

6:9. "Redwing," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

6:10. "I'll Be Somewhere Working for the Lord," Carter Girls.

6:11. "Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow," Carter Family.

Programs 7A and 7B.

7:1. "Broken Down Tramp," Carter Family.

7:2. "You Are My Flower," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

7:3. "Gathering Flowers From the Hillside," June Carter.

7:4. "The Last Letter," Janette Carter.

7:5. "I Wouldn't Mind Dying," Carter Family.

7:6. "Unidentified," Carter Girls.

7:7. "Who's That Knocking at My Window," Carter Family.

7:8. "Diamonds in the Rough," A.P. Carter.

7:9. "Fatal Wedding," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

7:10. "It's Hard to Please Your Mind," Carter Girls.

7:11. "Death is Only a Dream," Carter Family.

Programs 8A and 8B.

8:1. "Church in the Wildwood," Carter Family.

8:2. "Are You Tired of Me Darling," Carter Family.

8:3. "Sourwood Mountain," Carter Girls.

8:4. "Bury Me Not On the Lone Prairie," Janette Carter.

8:5. "Bonny Blue Eyes," Carter Family.

8:6. "Yankee Doodle," Helen Carter.

8:7. "Storms On the Ocean," Carter Family.

8:8. "Sugar Hill," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

8:9. "No Telephone in Heaven," Carter Family.

8:10. "Worried Man Blues," Carter Girls.

8:11. "Weary Prodigal," Carter Family.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12532

The Carter Family Transcriptions. Programs 9A-11B #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12532

Programs 9A and 9B.

9:1. "Hello Stranger," Carter Family.

9:2. "Cowboy Jack," Carter Family.

9:3. "It's Better Farther Along," Carter Girls.

9:4. "I Am Nobody's Darling," Janette Carter.

9:5. "Funny When You Feel That Way," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

9:6. "Chime Bells," Anita Carter.

9:7. "Dixie Darling," Carter Family.

9:8. "Shortenin' Bread," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

9:9. "Soldier's Sweetheart," Carter Family.

9:10. "Polly Wolly Doodle," June and Helen Carter.

9:11. "My Gold Watch and Chain," Carter Family.

Programs 10A and 10B.

10:1. "River of Jordan," Carter Family.

10:2. "Give Me Your Love," Carter Family.

10:3. "It's Better Farther Along," Carter Girls.

10:4. "I Never Will Marry," Janette Carter.

10:5. "God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign," Carter Family.

10:6. "Chime Balls," Anita Carter.

10:7. "Charlie and Nellie," Carter Family.

10:8. "One Little Word," A.P. Carter.

10:9. "Alabama Gal," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

10:10. "We Shall Not Be Moved," Carter Girls.

10:11. "Happy Even in the Prison," Carter Family.

Programs 11A and 11B.

11:1. "Cannonball Blues," Carter Family.

11:2. "When Our Lord Shall Come Again," Carter Family.

11:3. "In the Highway," Carter Girls.

11:4. "You Are My Sunshine," Janette Carter.

11:5. "Happy or Lonesome," Carter Family.

11:6. "Old Susanna," June Carter.

11:7. "On My Way to Canaan's Land," Carter Family.

11:8. "I Love You Sweetheart," A.P. Carter.

11:9. "Red Wing," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

11:10. "Little Buckaroo," Anita and Helen Carter.

11:11. "Anchored in Love," Carter Family.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12533

The Carter Family Transcriptions. Programs 12A-14B #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12533

Programs 12A and 12B.

12:1. "Better Farther On," Carter Family.

12:2. "By the Sleepy Rio Grande ," Carter Family.

12:3. "Great Speckled Bird," Carter Girls.

12:4. "Old Death," Janette Carter.

12:5. "Saint Sabbath," Carter Family.

12:6. "Sparkling Blue Eyes," Helen Carter.

12:7. "On a Hill Lone and Gray," Carter Family.

12:8. "When the Spring Roses are Blooming," A.P. Carter.

12:9. "Chinese Breakdown," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

12:10. "In the Cumberland Mountains," Carter Girls.

12:11. "Let the Church Roll On," Carter Family.

Programs 13A and 13B.

13:1. "Old Lady's Home," Carter Family.

13:2. "Broken Engagement," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

13:3. "I Shall Not Be Moved," Carter Girls.

13:4. "Dark Haired True Lover," Janette Carter.

13:5. "In Your Care," Carter Family.

13:6. "I'll Be Your Sunbeam," Anita Carter.

13:7. "Kissing is a Crime," Carter Family.

13:8. "Have No Honey Babe," Maybelle.

13:9. "Will You Miss Me," Carter Family.

13:10. "Farther Along," Carter Girls.

13:11. "When the Roses Bloom Up Yonder," Carter Family.

Programs 14A and 14B.

14:1. "The Winding Stream," Carter Family.

14:2. "Coal Miner's Blues," Carter Family.

14:3. "Columbus Stockade Blues," Carter Girls.

14:4. "No Home," Janette Carter.

14:5. "Prisoner's Dream," Carter Family.

14:6. "Down in the Valley," June Carter.

14:7. "Don't Forget This Song," Carter Family.

14:8. "Something Got a Hold of Me," A.P. Carter.

14:9. "Spirit of Love," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

14:10. "Drifting Too Far From the Shore," Carter Girls.

14:11. "Will My Mother Know Me There," Carter Family.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12534

The Carter Family Transcriptions. Programs 15A-16B #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12534

Programs 15A and 15B.

15:1. "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Carter Family.

15:2. "Cyclone of Rye Cove," Carter Family.

15:3. "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party," Helen and June Carter.

15:4. "God's Gonna Trouble the Water," Janette Carter.

15:5. "Charlie Brooks," Carter Family.

15:6. "99 Won't Do," Anita Carter.

15:7. "Anchored in Love Divine," Carter Family.

15:8. "Shortenin' Bread," Maybelle and Sara Carter.

15:9. "This is Like Heaven to Me," Carter Family.

15:10. "I've Been Working on the Railroad," Carter Girls.

15:11. "I'll Be Satisfied," Carter Family.

Programs 16A and 16B.

16:1. "Worried Man Blues," Carter Family.

16:2. "No Hiding Place," Carter Girls.

16:3. "Can the Circle Be Unbroken," Carter Family.

16:4. "Cowboy's Sweetheart," Janette Carter.

16:5. "Bury Me Beneath the Weeping Willow," Carter Family.

16:6. "Yodeling Song," Anita Carter.

16:7. "Sitting On Top of the World," Carter Family.

16:8. "My Virginia Rose is Blooming," A.P. Carter.

16:9. "I Have No Honey Baby Now," Maybelle.

16:10. "Don't Let the Devil Get the Upper Hand of You," Carter Family.

16:11. "When Roundup Time is Over," Carter Family.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12535

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 2: Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12535

Side One:

1:1. "Diamonds in the Rough," Carter Family. Vi 40150.

1:2. "God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign," Carter Family. ARC 17501.

1:3. "On the Rock Where Moses Stood," Carter Family. Vi 23513.

1:4. "Will My Mother Know Me," Carter Family. MW M-7355.

1:5. "Beautiful Isle O'er the Sea," Carter Family. Acme.

1:6. "Lonesome For You Darling," Carter Family. Ok 05843.

1:7. "I'll Never Forsake You," Carter Family. Ck 05843.

1:8. "They Call Her Mother," Carter Family. De 5596.

1:9. "Coal Miner's Blues," Carter Family. De 5596.

1:10. "John Hardy," Carter Family. Vi 40190.

1:11. "You've Been a Friend to Me," Carter Family. Dc 5283.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sun of the Soul," Carter Family. Bb B-5543.

2:2. "A Distant Land to Roam," Carter Family. Bb B-5543.

2:3. "I'll Be Home Some Day," Carter Family. MW M-4543.

2:4. "Cowboy Jack," Carter Family. MW M-4545.

2:5. "Your Mother Still Prays for You Jack," Carter Family. CQ 8530.

2:6. "He Took a White Rose From Her Hair," Carter Family. CQ 8530.

2:7. "Gold Watch and Chain," Carter Family. Vi 23521.

2:8. "Give Me the Roses While I Live," Carter Family. Vi 23821.

2:9. "Western Hobo," Carter Family. Bb B-6223.

2:10. "When the Evening Sun Goes Down," Carter Family. De 5467.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12536

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 2: Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12536

Side One:

1:1. "Jim Blake's Message," Carter Family. De 5467.

1:2. "Reckless Motorman," Carter Family. De 5722.

1:3. "You're Nothing More to Me," Carter Family. De 5722.

1:4. "Happy in Prison," Carter Family. De 5579.

1:5. "Little Black Train," Carter Family. ME 7-07-62.

1:6. "This is Like Heaven to Me," Carter Family. Vi 23845.

1:7. "On the Sea of Galilee," Carter Family. Vi 23845.

1:8. "I Loved You Better Than You Knew," Carter Family. Vi 23835.

1:9. "See That My Grave is Kept Clean," Carter Family. Vi 23835.

1:10. "On a Hill Lone and Gray," Carter Family. Bb B-5961.

1:11. "I Never Loved But One," Carter Family. Vi 23656.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tell Me That You Love Me," Carter Family. Vi 23656.

2:2. "I Found You Among the Roses," Carter Family. CQ 9575.

2:3. "Lover's Lane," Carter Family. De 5430.

2:4. "In the Shadows of Clinch Mountain," Carter Family. De 5430.

2:5. "Lonesome Pine Special," Carter Family. Vi 23716.

2:6. "Carter Blues," Carter Family. Vi 23716.

2:7. "Can the Circle Be Unbroken," Carter Family. ME 13432.

2:8. "Glory to the Lamb," Carter Family. ME 13432.

2:9. "My Virginia Rose in Blooming," Carter Family. VO 05475.

2:10. "Homestead on the Farm," Carter Family. VO 05475.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12537

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 2: Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12537

Side One:

1:1. "Sweet as the Flowers in May Time," Carter Family. BB 5096.

1:2. "Meet Me By Moonlight Alone," Carter Family. BB 5096.

1:3. "By the Touch of Her Hand," Carter Family. CQ 8644.

1:4. "Sinking in the Lonesome Sea," Carter Family. CQ 8644.

1:5. "My Home Among the Hills," Carter Family. Ok 06078.

1:6. "Little Poplar Log House on the Hill," Carter Family. Ok 06078.

1:7. "Single Girl, Married Girl," Carter Family. Vi 20937.

1:8. "Storms Are on the Ocean," Carter Family. Vi 20937.

1:9. "Grave on the Green Hillside," Carter Family. MW M-7021.

1:10. "Lonesome Valley," Carter Family. Vi 23541.

1:11. "Birds Were Singing of You," Carter Family. Vi 23541.

Side Two:

2:1. "Dying Soldier," Carter Family. Vi 23641.

2:2. "Poor Orphan Child," Carter Family. Vi 20877.

2:3. "Why Do You Cry Little Darling," Carter Family. BB 33-0502.

2:4. "Lonesome Homesick Blues," Carter Family. BB 33-0502.

2:5. "Keep on the Sunnyside," Carter Family. ME 6-07-56.

2:6. "Farewell Nellie," Carter Family. De 5677.

2:7. "Little Girl That Played Upon My Knee," Carter Family. De 5677.

2:8. "Bonnie Blue Eyes," Carter Family. De 5304.

2:9. "When Silver Threads Are Gold Again," Carter Family. De 5304.

2:10. "No Depression," Carter Family. De 5242.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12538

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 2: Tape 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12538

Side One:

1:1. "There's No One Like Mother to Me," Carter Family. De 5242.

1:2. "Single Girl, Married Girl," Carter Family. ME 7-04-53.

1:3. "Sad and Lonesome Day," Carter Family. Cq 8735.

1:4. "You Better Let That Liar Alone," Carter Family. De 5518.

1:5. "Broken Down Tramp," Carter Family. De 5518.

1:6. "Mid the Green Fields of Virginia," Carter Family. Vi 23686.

1:7. "No Telephone in Heaven," Carter Family. Vi 40229.

1:8. "When the Roses Bloom in Dixieland," Carter Family. Vi 40229.

1:9. "Spirit of Love Watches Over Me," Carter Family. Vi 23748.

1:10. "Will My Mother Know Me," Carter Family. MW M-7355.

Side Two:

2:1. "No More the Moon Shines on Lorena," Carter Family. Vi 23523.

2:2. "Where Shall I Be," Carter Family. Vi 23761.

2:3. "Gospel Ship," Carter Family. ME 6-07-56.

2:4. "There's No Hiding Place Down Here," Carter Family. MW M-4547.

2:5. "Lonesome For You," Carter Family. Vi 23599.

2:6. "My Old Cottage Home," Carter Family. Vi 23599.

2:7. "Cannonball Blues," Carter Family. Vi 40317.

2:8. "Worried Man Blues," Carter Family. Vi 40317.

2:9. "When the Springtime Comes Again," Carter Family. Bb B-5122.

2:10. "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Carter Family. Bb B-5122.

2:11. "Lover's Farewell," Carter Family. MW M-5012.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12539

The Carter Family. From Freeman Kitchens's collection. Series 2: Tape 5. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12539

Side One:

1:1. "Something Got Hold of Me," Carter Family. Bb B-8947.

1:2. "Girl on the Greenbriar Shore," Carter Family. Bb B-8947.

1:3. "Faded Coat of Blue," Carter Family. MW M-4543.

1:4. "Kitty Waltz," Carter Family. Vi 40277.

1:5. "Wayworn Traveler," Carter Family. De 5359.

1:6. "My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains," Carter Family. De 5532.

1:7. "My Virginia Rose is Blooming," Carter Family. VO 05475.

1:8. "Foggy Mountain Top," Carter Family. Vi 40058.

1:9. "Goodbye to the Plains," Carter Family. De 5532.

1:10. "Two Sweethearts," Carter Family. Vi 23791.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sailor Boy," Carter Family. RZ G-22656.

2:2. "I'll Be All Smiles," Carter Family. Bb B-5529.

2:3. "Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone?," Carter Family. Vi 21074.

2:4. "Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow," Carter Family. Vi 21074.

2:5. "Little Log Cabin By the Sea," Carter Family. Vi 21074.

2:6. "Jealous Hearted Me," Carter Family. De 5241.

2:7. "My Native Home," Carter Family. De 5241.

2:8. "St. Regious Girl," Carter Family. De 5649.

2:9. "Forsake Love," Carter Family. Vi 40000.

2:10. "Little Log Hut in the Lane," Carter Family. Vi 40328.

2:11. "Don't Forget This Song," Carter Family. Vi 40328.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12540

Interview with Sara Carter. 3 June 1961. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12540

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12541

Interview with Sara Carter. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12541

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12542

Interview with Sara Carter. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12542

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12543

Maybelle Carter. Ash Grove, 19 April 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12543

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12544

Maybelle and Sara Carter, 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12544

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12545

Interview with Sara Carter/Live musical performances by Harvey Fink and Mississippi John Hurt. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12545

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12546

Maybelle Carter. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12546

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12547

The Carter Family. 24 October 1964. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12547

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12548

The Carter Family. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12548

Side One:

1:1. "Live On Down the Line," Carter Family. Acme 993.

1:2. "Storms Are on the ocean," Carter Family. Acme 993.

1:3. "My Dixie Darling," Carter Family. De S5240.

1:4. "Are You Lonesome Tonight," Carter Family. De S5240.

1:5. "You've Been Fooling Me, Baby," Carter Family. M-4548.

1:6. "March Winds Goin' to Blow My Blues All Away," Carter Family. M-4548.

1:7. "One Little Word," Carter Family. M-4546.

1:8. "Are You Tired of Me My Darling," Carter Family. M-4546.

1:9. "My Heart's Tonight in Texas," Carter Family. Bb B-5908.

1:10. "Cowboy's Wild Song to His Herd," Carter Family. Bb B-5908.

Side Two:

2:1. "There'll Be Joy, Joy, Joy," Carter Family. M-4547.

2:2. "There's No Hiding Place Down Here," Carter Family. M-4547.

2:3. "The Homestead on the Farm," Carter Family. Pe 16-101.

2:4. "God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign," Carter Family. ME 6-11-59.

2:5. "On the Rock Where Moses Stood," Carter Family. Me 6-11-59.

2:6. "Answer to Weeping Willow," Carter Family. De 5452.

2:7. "Just Another Broken Heart," Carter Family. De 5254.

2:8. "In the Shadow of Clinch Mountain," Carter Family. De 5430.

2:9. "Lover's Lane," Carter Family. De 5430.

2:10. "Funny When You Feel That Way," Carter Family. De 5411.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12549

The Carter Family. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12549

1:1. "The Only Girl I Ever Cared About," Carter Family. De 5411

1:2. "Why Do You Cry, Little Darling," Carter Family. Bb B-33-0502.

1:3. "Lonesome Homesick Blues," Carter Family. Bb B-33-0502.

1:4. "Beautiful Isle O'er the Sea," Carter Family. Pe 16-102.

1:5. "Oh, Take Me Back," Carter Family. De 5565.

1:6. "Stern Old Bachelor," Carter Family. De 5565.

1:7. "St. Regious Girl," Carter Family. MW 8067.

1:8. "Bring Back My Boy," Carter Family. MW 8067.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12550

The Carter Family. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12550

1:1. "My Honey Lou," Carter Family. De 5263.

1:2. "Where the Silvery Colorado Wends its Way," Carter Family. De 5263.

1:3. "Sweet Heaven in My View," Carter Family. De 5318.

1:4. "Give Me Your Love and I'll Give You Mine," Carter Family. De 5318.

1:5. "Meeting in the Air," Carter Family. Ok 05931.

1:6. "Heaven's Radio," Carter Family. Ok 05931.

1:7. "You've Got to Righten That Wrong," Carter Family. Ok 05982.

1:8. "There'll Be No Distinction There," Carter Family. Ok 05982.

1:9. "Broken Hearted Lover," Carter Family. Vo 02990.

1:10. "Will You Miss Me When Your Gone," Carter Family. Vo 02990.

1:11. "Sweet Fern," Carter Family. Bb-

1:12. "Lulu Wall," Carter Family. Bb B-5927.

1:13. "Jealous Hearted Me," Carter Family. De 466005.

1:14. "Lay My Head Beneath the Rose," Carter Family. De 46005.

1:15. "The East Virginia Blues," Carter Family. MW M-4550.

1:16. "Happy or Lonesome," Carter Family. MW M4550.

1:17. "Lonesome for you Darling," Carter Family. Ok 05843.

1:19. "I'll Never Forsake You," Carter Family. Vo 04390.

1:20. "Gathering Flowers From the Hillside," Carter Family. Vo 04390.

1:21. "Don't Forget the Little Darling," Carter Family. Vo 04390.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12551

Carter Family. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12551

Side One:

1:1. "You've Been a Friend to Me," Carter Family. De 61147.

1:2. "Lay My Head Beneath the Rose," Carter Family. De 61147.

1:3. "Just a Few More Days," Carter Family. De 64089.

1:4. "Little Joe," Carter Family. De 64097.

1:5. "Let's Be Lovers Again," Carter Family. Ok 17473.

1:6. "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Carter Family. Ok 17525.

1:7. "Who's That Knocking on My Window," Carter Family. De 464102.

1:8. "Young Freda Bolt," Carter Family. De 64105.

1:9. "Don't Forget This Song," Carter Family. Vi 40328.

1:10. "The Little Log Hut in the Lane," Carter Family. Vi 40328.

1:11. "Blackie's Gunman," Carter Family. Ok c3357.

1:12. "Black Jack David," Carter Family. Ok c3361.

1:13. "East Virginia Blues," Carter Family. RCA 27494.

1:14. "Worried Man Blues," Carter Family. RCA 27497.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas," Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family. RZ ME 34.

2:2. "Picture on the Wall," Carter Family. M-4228.

2:3. "On a Hill Lone and Gray," Carter Family. M-4545.

2:4. "Cowboy Jack," Carter Family. M-4545.

2:5. "Two Sweethearts," Carter Family. M-4433.

2:6. "The Broken-Hearted Lover," Carter Family. M-4433.

2:7. "The Church in the Wildwood," Carter Family. M-4225.

2:8. "River of Jordan," Carter Family. Cq 8540.

2:9. "Sea of Galilee," Carter Family. Cq 8541.

2:10. "Away Out on the Old Saint Sabbath," Carter Family. M-4544.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12552

Carter Family. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12552

Side One:

1:1. "Meet Me By Moonlight Alone," Carter Family. Bb B-5096.

1:2. "Room in Heaven For Me," Carter Family. RCA 23618.

1:3. "My Texas Girl," Carter Family. Cq 17489.

1:4. "When the Roses Bloom in Dixieland," Carter Family. RCA V-40229.

1:5. "When the World's on Fire," Carter Family. RCA V-40293.

1:6. "Will the Roses Bloom in Heaven," Carter Family. Bb B-5161.

1:7. "Sweet As the Flowers in May Time," Carter Family. Bb B-5096.

1:8. "Let the Church Roll On," Carter Family. RCA 20618.

1:9. "My Virginia Rose is Blooming," Carter Family. Cq 17484.

1:10. "No Telephone in Heaven," Carter Family. RCA V-40229.

1:11. "When the Springtime Comes Again," Carter Family. RCA V-40293.

1:12. "We Will March Through the Streets of the City," Carter Family. Bb B-1561.

1:13. "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such times and Live," Blind Alfred Reed. RCA V-40236.

1:14. "Money Cravin' Folks," Blind Alfred Reed. RCA 27497.

Side Two:

2:1. "Keep on the Sunny Side," Carter Family. Bb B-33-0537.

2:2. "Wildwood Flower," Carter Family. MW M-4432.

2:3. "Forsaken Love," Carter Family. M-4734.

2:4. "I Never Loved But One," Carter Family. M-4734.

2:5. "Motherless Children," Carter Family. M-5010.

2:6. "The Lover's Farewell," Carter Family. M-5012.

2:7. "Carter's Blues," Carter Family. M-5012.

2:8. "Jimmie Brown, the Newsboy," Carter Family. M-5027.

2:9. "No More the Moon Shines on Lorena," Carter Family. M-5027.

2:10. "The Cannon-Ball," Carter Family. M-4742.

2:11. "Lonesome Valley," Carter Family. M-4735.

2:12. "The Dying Soldier," Carter Family. M-4735.

2:13. "On the Rock Where Moses Stood," Carter Family. M-4739.

2:14. "Darling Nellie Across the Sea," Carter Family. M-4739.

2:15. "Jimmie Rodgers Visits the Carter Family," Carter Family. RZ ME34.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12553

Interview with Merle Travis. 10 July 1961. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12553

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12554

Interview with Merle Travis. 10 July 1961. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12554

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12555

Interview with Merle Travis. 10 July 1961. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12555

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12556

Interview with Mose Rager. 2 August 1961. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12556

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12557

Interview with Mose Rager. 2 August 1961. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12557

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12558

Interview with Mose Rager. 2 August 1961. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12558

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12559

Interview with Mose Rager. 2 August 1961. Tape 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12559

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12560

Jam Session with Barney Kessel and Merle Travis. 19 May 1966. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12560

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12561

Merle Travis Performs. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12561

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12562

Coal Creek Music Presents: Country Music Narrative; featuring Merle Travis. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12562

1:1. "I'm Movin' On," Hank Snow. RCA Victor LPM-3478.

1:2. "Wreck on the Highway," Roy Acuff. Hickory LPM 109.

1:3. "A Satisfied Mind," Porter Wagoner. RCA Victor LPM-3560.

1:4. "When the Roses Bloom Again," Lester McFarland and Robert A. Gardner. Vocalion 5027.

1:5. "Walking the Floor Over You," Ernest Tubb. Decca 46006.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12563

Coal Creek Research. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12563

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12564

Coal Creek Research. Interview with Leon Polston Concerning the Fraterville Mine Explosion of 1902. 14 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12564

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12565

Coal Creek Research. Interview with Della Tuttle. 21 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12565

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12566

Coal Creek Research. 18 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12566

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12567

Coal Creek Research. Miner Boy. 23 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12567

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12568

Coal Creek Research. Alvin Vowell and Maynard Braden. 28 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12568

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12569

Coal Creek Research. Interview with William White. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12569

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12570

Coal Creek Research. Interview with William White. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12570

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12571

Coal Creek Research. Interview with Betty Hensley. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12571

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12572

Coal Creek Research. Interview with Eb Brown, Mary Brown, and Mrs. Garret Lowe, 18 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12572

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12573

Coal Creek Research. Interview with Eb Brown, 18 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12573

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12574

Coal Creek Research. Coal Creek Demo. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12574

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12575

Coal Creek Research. Coal Creek Dubs. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12575

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12576

Coal Creek Research. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12576

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12577

Interview with Tom Darby. 30 December 1962. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12577

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12578

Interview with Tom Darby. 30 December 1962. Duplicate of FT-12577. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12578

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12579

Interview with Jimmie Tarlton. 3 December 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12579

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12580

Interview with Jimmie Tarlton. 4-5 December 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12580

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12581

Interview with Jimmie Tarlton. 6 December 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12581

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12582

Interview with Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 1. 25 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12582

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12583

Interview with Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 2. 25 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12583

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12584

Interview with Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. 04 December 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12584

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12585

Interview with Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12585

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12586

Interview with Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12586

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12587

Interview with Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12587

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12588

Blue Sky Boys Transcriptions. 7 October 1946-28 January 1949. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12588

Side One:

1:1. "The Blood of Jesus," Blue Sky Boys with Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:2. "When the Roses Bloom Again," Blue Sky Boys.

1:3. "I'll Be Listening," Blue Sky Boys.

1:4. "Whistlin' Rufus," Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:5. "Were You There," Blue Sky Boys with Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:6. "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again," Blue Sky Boys.

1:7. "Shall You Miss It," Blue Sky Boys.

1:8. "Soldier's Joy," Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:9. "Oh, Sister Mary, Don't You Weep," Blue Sky Boys with Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:10. "Golden Slippers," Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:11. "Bring Back My Blue Eyed Boy to Me," Blue Sky Boys.

1:12. "Hop Light Ladies," Sam "Curly" Parker.

1:13. "Sinking of the Titanic," Blue Sky Boys.

Side Two:

2:1. "This Train," Blue Sky Boys.

2:2. "The B-I-B-L-E," Blue Sky Boys.

2:3. "I Dreamed I Searched Heaven For You," Blue Sky Boys.

2:4. "Getting Ready to Leave This World," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:5. "Katie Hill," Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:6. "Golden Slippers," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:7. "You Can Be a Millionaire With Me," Blue Sky Boys.

2:8. "Nine Pound Hammer," Blue Sky Boys.

2:9. "I'll Be No Stranger There," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:10. "What Does the Deep Sea Say," Blue Sky Boys.

2:11. "Beautiful," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:12. "Roll on Buddy," Blue Sky Boys.

2:13. "Take Me Back to Tennessee," Blue Sky Boys and Leslie Keith.

2:14. "Going Round This World Baby Mine," Leslie Keith.

2:15. "Old Joe Clark," Blue Sky Boys and Leslie Keith.

2:16. "Just a Little Talk with Jesus," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:17. "I Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine," Blue Sky Boys.

2:18. "Oh Those Tombs," Blue Sky Boys.

2:19. "Old Mountain Dew," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:20. "Amazing Grace," Blue Sky Boys and Sam "Curly" Parker.

2:21. "My Main Trial is Yet to Come," Blue Sky Boys.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12589

Miscellaneous Discs. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12589

1:1. "Step Stone,"  Floyd County Ramblers. Sunrise 3190.

1:2. "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party," Floyd County Ramblers. Sunrise 3190.

1:3. "Sunny Tennessee," Floyd County Ramblers. MW 4320.

1:4. "Jack of Diamonds,"  Da Costa Wolz's Southern Broadcasters; Featuring Jackson Young. Herwin 75561.

1:5. "I Want Some Home Brew,"  Frank Jones. Cq 7261.

1:6. "Joe Turner Blues," Frank Jones. Cq 7261.

1:7. "Maxwell Girl,"  Charlie Prescott. Chal 335.

1:8. "The Dixie Cowboy," Charlie Prescott. Chal 335.

1:9. "Lynchburg Town,"  Highlanders. Paramount 3171.

1:10. "Flop Eared Mule," Highlanders. Paramount 3171.

1:11. "Singing Brakeman," Soundtrack by Jimmie Rodgers.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12590

Interview with Goebel Reeves. 15 July 1957. Part 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12590

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12591

Interview with Goebel Reeves. 15 July 1957. Part 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12591

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12592

Dick Rosmini and Bob Gibson at Chesterland, Ohio, January 1957. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12592

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12593

Logan English. January 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12593

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12594

Sam Gaston. Junction City, Ky. 3 August 1957. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12594

1:1. "Come Back My Honey Don't Go," Sam Gaston.

1:2. "John Henry," Sam Gaston.

1:3. "The Hobo," Sam Gaston.

1:4. "Careless Love," Sam Gaston.

1:5. "The Assassin Song," Sam Gaston.

1:6. "The Wreck of '97," Sam Gaston.

1:7. "Head Over Heels in Love," Sam Gaston.

1:8. "Coal Creek March," Sam Gaston.

1:9. "Brady," Sam Gaston.

1:10. "Nigger Crap Game," Sam Gaston.

1:11. "Wildwood Flower," Sam Gaston.

1:12. "Orange Blossom," Sam Gaston.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12595

Pete Steele. 27 August 1957. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12595

1:1. "Brownsberg Ferry Blues," Pete Steele.

1:2. "Pretty Polly," Pete Steele.

1:3. "East Virginia," Pete Steele.

1:4. "The Cookie," Pete Steele.

1:5. "Out on the Western Range," Pete Steele.

1:6. "No, Sir, No," Pete Steele.

1:7. "The New River Train," Pete Steele.

1:8. "Goin' Round This World, Baby Mine," Pete Steele.

1:9. "Shady Grove," Pete Steele.

1:10. "House Carpenter," Pete Steele.

1:11. "Coal Creek March," Pete Steele.

1:12. "Last Pay Day at Coal Creek," Pete Steele.

1:13. "Little Birdie," Pete Steele.

1:14. "The Song of Hard Times," Pete Steele.

1:15. "Pretty Polly #2," Pete Steele.

1:16. "The Song of Hard Times #2," Pete Steele.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12596

Pete Steele. 27 August 1957 and 17 August 1958. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12596

Part One: 27 August 1957.

1:1. "The War is A-Ragin' For Johnny," Pete Steele.

1:2. "Ellen Smith," Pete Steele.

1:3. "Coal Creek March," Pete Steele.

1:4. "The Train A-Pullin' the Crooked Hill," Pete Steele.

1:5. "Hard Times," Pete Steele.

1:6. "The Scoldin' Wife," Pete Steele.

1:7. "Ida Red," Pete Steele.

1:8. "Galilee," Pete Steele.

1:9. "The Uncloudy Days," Pete Steele.

Part Two: 17 August 1958.

1:10. "The War is A-Ragin' For Johnny," Pete Steele.

1:11. "Pretty Polly," Pete Steele.

1:12. "Coal Creek March," Pete Steele.

1:13. "The Lightning Express," Pete Steele.

1:14. "My Tender Parents," Pete Steele.

1:15. "A Warning to Young Ladies," Pete Steele.

1:16. "Wild Bill Jones," Pete Steele.

1:17. "Young Men and Maidens," Pete Steele.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12597

Pete Steele. 17 August 1958. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12597

1:1. "The Boston Burglar," Pete Steele.

1:2. "When I Come Home Drunk," Pete Steele.

1:3. "New River Train," Pete Steele.

1:4. "Goin' Around This World," Pete Steele.

1:5. "Callahan," Pete Steele.

1:6. "Old Grey Eagle," Pete Steele.

1:7. "George Allen," Pete Steele.

1:8. "The War is A-Ragin' For Johnny," Pete Steele.

1:9. "The War is A-Ragin' For Johnny," Pete Steele.

1:10. "The War is A-Ragin' For Johnny," Pete Steele.

1:11. "The House Carpenter," Pete Steele.

1:12. "Story," Pete Steele.

1:13. "Nine Pound Hammer," Pete Steele.

1:14. "Why Baby Why," Pete Steele.

1:15. "Uncle Pen," Pete Steele.

1:16. "If Tear Drops Were Pennies," Pete Steele.

1:17. "Galilee," Pete Steele.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12598

Interview with Wilber Ball. 10 April 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12598

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12599

Otto Powell. Bloomington, Ind., 07 August 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12599

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12600

Duke Ellington. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12600

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12601

Mary Baldwin. Noblesville, Ind. 13 August 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12601

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12602

Forrest Lewis. Parksville, Ky. 20 August 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12602

1:1. "Coal Creek March," Forrest Lewis.

1:2. "Banjo Clog," Forrest Lewis.

1:3. "Conscript Bill," Forrest Lewis.

1:4. "Cumberland Gap," Forrest Lewis.

1:5. "Over the Waves," Forrest Lewis.

1:6. "Navestapool," Forrest Lewis.

1:7. "Red Caboose," Forrest Lewis.

1:8. "Picture From Life's Other Side," Forrest Lewis.

1:9. "Pearl Bryan," Forrest Lewis.

1:10. "Unfortunate Burglar," Forrest Lewis.

1:11. "Coal Creek March," Forrest Lewis.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12603

Clarence Greene. Penland, N.C. 22 August 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12603

1:1. "Coal Creek March," Clarence Greene.

1:2. "Shady Grove," Clarence Greene.

1:3. "Shady Grove," Clarence Greene.

1:4. "The East Bound Train," Clarence Greene.

1:5. "Katy Dear," Clarence Greene.

1:6. Fiddle vs. Playing, Clarence Greene.

1:7. "Frankie Silvers," Clarence Greene and Gus Washburn.

1:8. "John Hardy," Clarence Greene and Gus Washburn.

1:9. Various Instrumentals, Clarence Greene and Gus Washburn.

1:10. "Fair Florella," Clarence Greene and Gus Washburn.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12604

Forrest Lewis and Sam Davis. 20 August 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12604

1:1. "Governol Gobel," Forrest Lewis and Sam Davis.

1:2. "John Henry," Forrest Lewis.

1:3. "Wreck of the Old '97," Forrest Lewis.

1:4. "Banjo Clog," Forrest Lewis.

1:5. "Coal Creek March," Sam Davis.

1:6. "John Henry," Sam Davis.

1:7. "Fox Chase," Sam Davis.

1:8. "Ellen Smith," Sam Davis.

1:9. "WPA Blues," Sam Davis.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12605

Sam Davis. Spruce Pine, N.C., 23 August 1958. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12605

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12606

Sam Davis. Spruce Pine, N.C., 23 August 1958. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12606

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12607

Folk songs and stories, Bloomington, 1958. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12607

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12608

Interview with Clayton McMichen and songs from the album "Pickin' and Blowin'." #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12608

Side One: Interview with Clayton McMichen. Louisville, Ky., 1959. Recorded by Bob Pinson and Fred Hoeptner.

Side Two: "Pickin' and Blowin'."

2:1. "Old Rattler," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:2. "The Wreck of the Old '97," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:3. "Lost John," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:4. "Georgia Buck," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:5. "Cackling Hen," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:6. "Sourwood Mountain," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:7. "Wildwood Flower," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:8. "Down in the Valley," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:9. "Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:10. "Roll on Buddy," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:11. "Old Joe Clark," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:12. "Downfall of Paris," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:13. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:14. "Listen to the Mocking Bird," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:15. "Johnson's Old Grey Mule," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:16. "Chicken Reel," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:17. "Turkey in the Straw," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:18. "Foggy Mountain Top," George Pegram and Walter "Red" Parham.

2:19. "My Home Across the Blue Ridge Mountains," Tom Ashley, Doc Walsh, and Garley Foster. Recorded in North Carolina, 1962.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12609

Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys and the Stanley Brothers at Antioch College. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12609

Side One:

1:1. "Who'll Sing For Me," Jimmy Martin.

1:2. "One Woman Man," Jimmy Martin.

1:3. "This Time the Joke's on You," Jimmy Martin.

1:4. "Cacklin' Hen," Stanley Brothers.

1:5. "Please Help Me I'm Falling," Stanley Brothers.

1:6. "Turkey in the Straw," Stanley Brothers.

1:7. "How Mountain Gals Can Love," Stanley Brothers.

1:8. "Sunnyside of the Mountain," Stanley Brothers.

1:9. "Going up Ripple Creek," Stanley Brothers.

1:10. "Cumberland Gap," Stanley Brothers.

Side Two:

2:1. "V-8 Ford," Stanley Brothers.

2:2. "Uncle Pen," Stanley Brothers.

2:3. "Little Glass of Wine," Stanley Brothers.

2:4. "Black Mountain Blues," Stanley Brothers.

2:5. "How Far is it to Little Rock," Stanley Brothers.

2:6. "Lawson Family," Stanley Brothers.

2:7. "Dog Flight Imitation," Stanley Brothers.

2:8. "Shake My Mother's Hand for Me," Stanley Brothers.

2:9. "Are You Afraid to Die," Stanley Brothers.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12610

The Stanley Brothers at Antioch College. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12610

Side One:

1:1. "John Henry," Stanley Brothers.

1:2. "Mountain Dew," Stanley Brothers.

1:3. "Model T," Stanley Brothers.

1:4. "Pig in a Pen," Stanley Brothers.

1:5. "Orange Blossom Special," Stanley Brothers.

1:6. "Don't Go Out Tonight My Darling," Stanley Brothers.

1:7. "Man of Constant Sorrow," Stanley Brothers.

1:8. "Home Sweet Home," Stanley Brothers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Voice From on High," Stanley Brothers.

2:2. "Come All You Tender Hearted," Stanley Brothers.

2:3. "Glory to His Name," Stanley Brothers.

2:4. "Hogs," Stanley Brothers.

2:5. "I'm Bound to Ride," Stanley Brothers.

2:6. "Little Birdie," Stanley Brothers.

2:7. "White Dove," Stanley Brothers.

2:8. "Listen to the Mocking Bird," Stanley Brothers.

2:9. "Angel Band," Stanley Brothers.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12611

Clarence Green and Gus Washburn. 28 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12611

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12612

Clarence Green and Gus Washburn. 29 August 1960. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12612

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12613

Clarence Green and Gus Washburn. 1 January 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12613

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12614

Interviews with Ernest V. Stoneman and A. E. Alderman, 16 April 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12614

Interview with Ernest V. Stoneman, 16 April 1961. Part 1.

Interview with A. E. Alderman, 16 April 1961.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12615

Interviews with Ernest V. Stoneman, Charlie Bowman, and Sam McGee, 10-27 April 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12615

Interview with Ernest V. Stoneman, 16 April 1961. Part 2.

Interview with Charlie Bowman, Union City, N.C., 27 April 1961. Part 1.

Interview with Sam McGee, Franklin, Tenn., 10 April 1961.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12616

Interview with Charlie Bowman, 27 April 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12616

Interview with C. Bowman, Union City, N.C., 27 April 1961. Part 2.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12617

Doc Hopkins. Christian Faith Album Series. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12617

Side One:

1:1. "Sleep Little Moses," Doc Hopkins.

1:2. "I Believe the Good Old Bible," Doc Hopkins.

1:3. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," Doc Hopkins.

1:4. "Her Mansion is Higher Than Mine," Doc Hopkins.

Side Two:

2:1. "Just a Little Talk with Jesus," Doc Hopkins.

2:2. "Honey in the Rock," Doc Hopkins.

2:3. "Come Back to Your Father's House," Doc Hopkins.

2:4. "Home Coming in Heaven," Doc Hopkins.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12618

Doc Hopkins. 8 July 1961. Part 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12618

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12619

Doc Hopkins. 8 July 1961. Part 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12619

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12620

Interview with Dave McCarn, 19 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12620

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12621

Dorsey Dixon. 20 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12621

1:1. "The Weary Bum," Dorsey Dixon.

1:2. "Arch's Christmas Cake," Dorsey Dixon.

1:3. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," Dorsey Dixon.

1:4. "Can the Circle Be Unbroken," Dorsey Dixon.

1:5. "She Tickled Me," Dorsey Dixon.

1:6. "Naomi Wise," Doc Hopkins.

1:7. "Jesse James," Dorsey Dixon.

1:8. "Bill Dodson's Last Run," Dorsey Dixon.

1:9. "Preacher and the Bear," Dorsey Dixon.

1:10. "The Little Girl and the Dreadful Snake," Dorsey Dixon.

1:11. "Mommy Will My Doggie Understand," Dorsey Dixon.

1:12. "Hungry Hash House," Dorsey Dixon.

1:13. "Wildwood Flower," Bill Carlisle.

1:14. "Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes," Blue Sky Boys.

1:15. The Tweedy Brothers.

1:16. The Tweedy Brothers.

1:17. The Tweedy Brothers.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12622

Interview with Dorsey Dixon, 20 August 1961. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12622

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12623

Interview with Dorsey Dixon, 20 August 1961. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12623

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12624

Interview with Dorsey Dixon, 20 August 1961. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12624

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12625

I.G. Greer. 22 August 1961. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12625

1:1. "Billy Grimes," I.G. Greer.

1:2. "The Fellow That Looked Like Me," I.G. Greer.

1:3. "Old Armchair," I.G. Greer.

1:4. "Wife of Ushers Well," I.G. Greer.

1:5. "Darling Black Moustache," I.G. Greer.

1:6. "Barbara Allen," I.G. Greer.

1:7. "Sourwood Mountain," I.G. Greer.

1:8. "Golden Willow Tree," I.G. Greer.

1:9. "Pretty Quadroon," I.G. Greer.

1:10. "Old Smokey," I.G. Greer.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12626

I.G. Greer. 23 August 1961. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12626

1:1. "Edward," I.G. Greer.

1:2. "Palms of Victory," I.G. Greer.

1:3. "Paddy and the Barber," I.G. Greer.

1:4. "Sweet William and Fair Ellen," I.G. Greer.

1:5. "Battleship Maine," I.G. Greer.

1:6. "Tom Dula," I.G. Greer.

1:7. "The House Carpenter," I.G. Greer.

1:8. "The Feller That Looks Like Me," I.G. Greer.

1:9. "The House Carpenter," I.G. Greer.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12627

I.G. Greer. 23 August 1961. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12627

1:1. "Barbara Allen," I.G. Greer.

1:2. "Single Girl," I.G. Greer.

1:3. "Young Charlotte," I.G. Greer.

1:4. "Black Jack Davie," I.G. Greer.

1:5. "Sanford Barney," I.G. Greer.

1:6. "Wayfaring Stranger," I.G. Greer.

1:7. "Two Soldiers," I.G. Greer.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12628

I. G. Greer Dubs. 23 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12628

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12629

Interview with Cecil Kinzer and Robert William Garland, 24 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12629

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12630

Dorsey Dixon's visit with Charlie Bowman. November 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12630

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12631

Miscellaneous dubs, including Grandpa Jones and Tom Ashley. 6 December 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12631

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12632

Interviews with Dick Burnett, 1962. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12632

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12633

Doc Hopkins, 1962. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12633

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12634

Doc Hopkins, 1962. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12634

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12635

Dorsey Dixon. 7 August 1962. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12635

Side One:

1:1. "Across the Shining River," Dorsey Dixon.

1:2. "Mommy Will My Doggie Understand," Dorsey Dixon.

1:3. "Christmas Cake," Dorsey Dixon.

1:4. "Factory Girl," Dorsey Dixon.

1:5. "Factory Girl" (take two), Dorsey Dixon.

1:6. "Hard Times in Here," Dorsey Dixon.

1:7. "Babies in the Mill," Dorsey Dixon.

1:8. "Babies in the Mill" (take two), Dorsey Dixon.

1:9. "Somewhere There is a Friend," Dorsey Dixon.

1:10. "When That Beautiful City Comes Down," Dorsey Dixon.

1:11. "Will the Circle be Unbroken," Dorsey Dixon.

1:12. "Bound for the Kingdom," Dorsey Dixon.

Side Two:

2:1. "Wreck of Old '97," Dorsey Dixon.

2:2. "Bill Dodson's Last Run," Dorsey Dixon.

2:3. "I'm Not Turning Backward," Dorsey Dixon.

2:4. "Church at the Foot of the Hill," Dorsey Dixon.

2:5. "Weave Room Blues," Dorsey Dixon.

2:6. "Weave Room Blues" (take two), Dorsey Dixon.

2:7. "I Saw the Wood," Dorsey Dixon.

2:8. "Kely," Dorsey Dixon.

2:9. "Burglar Man," Dorsey Dixon.

2:10. "Timothy Kely," Dorsey Dixon.

2:11. "The Great Convoy," Dorsey Dixon.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12636

Dorsey Dixon. 8 August 1962. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12636

Side One:

1:1. "Our Johnny," Dorsey Dixon.

1:2. "Our Johnny" (take two), Dorsey Dixon.

1:3. "Our Johnny" (take three), Dorsey Dixon.

1:4. "Being Home Soon Tonight Dear Boy," Dorsey Dixon.

1:5. "Tomorrow," Dorsey Dixon.

1:6. "Tomorrow" (take two), Dorsey Dixon.

1:7. "Somebody Touched Me," Dorsey Dixon.

1:8. "I Shall Not Be Moved," Dorsey Dixon.

1:9. "I Didn't Have a Friend," Dorsey Dixon.

1:10. "He Showed Me My Name Written There," Dorsey Dixon.

1:11. "Wreck on the Highway," Dorsey Dixon.

1:12. "Pin Ball Machine," Dorsey Dixon.

Side Two: Interview with Dorsey Dixon. Part 1.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12637

Various artists, including G. B. Grayson and Henry Whitter, Uncle Dave Macon, the South Georgia Highballers, Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, and Ernest V. Stoneman. Recorded at Henry Whitter's Sister's Home, 9 August 1962. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12637

Side One:

1:1. "Nobody's Darling," G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. GE 6304.

1:2. "Handsome Molly," G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. GE 6304.

1:3. "You Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone," G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. GE 6304.

1:4. "Train 45," G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. GE 6304.

1:5. "Never Be as Fast as I Have Been," G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. Vi 23565.

1:6. "Going Down the Lee Highway," G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter. Vi 23565.

1:7. "Sydney Allen," Henry Whitter. Ok 40109.

1:8. "Where Have You Been So Long?," Henry Whitter. Ok 40109.

1:9. "Hell Broke Loose in Georgia," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 45018.

1:10. "Flat Footed Nigger," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 45018.

1:11. "Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine," Uncle Dave Macon. Vo 15063.

1:12. "Southern Whistling Coon," Uncle Dave Macon. Vo 15063.

1:13. "Blue Grass Twist," South Georgia Highballers. Ok 45155.

1:14. "Bibb Country Grind," South Georgia Highballers. Ok 45155.

1:15. "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down," Ernest V. Stoneman. Ok 45054.

1:16. "The Texas Ranger," Ernest V. Stoneman. Ok 45054.

Side Two:

2:1. "Arkansas Traveler," J. D. Weaver.

2:2. "Hog Drivers," J. D. Weaver. Ok 45016.

2:3. "Fox Chase," Henry Whitter. Vi 40292.

2:4. "Train Blues," Henry Whitter. Vi 40292.

2:5. "Black Eyed Susan," Whitter's Virginia Breakdowners. Ok 40320.

2:6. "Town Girl," Whitter's Virginia Breakdowners. Ok 40320.

2:7. "San Antonio," Fred Newman. Broadway 8288.

2:8. "What is a Home Without Babies," Fred Newman. Broadway 8288.

2:9. "Under the Double Eagle," Highlanders. Paramount 3184.

2:10. "Richmond Square," Highlanders. Paramount 3184.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12638

Dock Walsh, Drake Walsh, and Garley Foster. 11 August 1962. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12638

Side One:

1:1. "Wash In That Beautiful Pool," Dock Walsh, vocal and banjo; and Drake Walsh, guitar.

1:2. "Her Name Was Hula Lou," Dock Walsh, vocal and banjo; and Drake Walsh, guitar.

1:3. "I'm Free at Last," Dock Walsh, vocal and banjo; and Drake Walsh, guitar.

1:4. "In the Pines," Dock Walsh, vocal and banjo; and Drake Walsh, guitar.

1:5. "Knockin' on the Hen House Door," Dock Walsh, vocal and banjo; and Drake Walsh, guitar.

1:6. "Bull Dog Down in Sunny Tennessee," Dock Walsh, vocal and banjo; and Drake Walsh, guitar.

1:7. "Dango," Dock Walsh, banjo.

1:8. "Dango" (take two), Dock Walsh, banjo.

1:9. "Bathe in That Beautiful Pool," Dock Walsh, banjo.

1:10. "If I Was a Mining Man," Dock Walsh, banjo.

Side Two:

2:1. "Goin' to Georgia," Garley Foster, vocals; the Carolina Tar Heels.

2:2. "Goin' to Georgia" (take two), Garley Foster, vocals; the Carolina Tar Heels.

2:3. "Mama Scolds Me for Flirting," Duet.

2:4. "Over the Waves," Instrumental.

2:5. "Hide A Me," Duet.

2:6. "Hide A Me" (take two), Duet.

2:7. "My Brushy Mountain Home," Garley Foster.

2:8. "Courtin' in the Rain," Dock Walsh and Drake Walsh.

2:9. "Courtin' in the Rain" (take two), Dock Walsh and Drake Walsh.

2:10. "Travelin' Man," Dock Walsh.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12639

Roy Harvey. 14-16 August 1962. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12639

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12640

Bill Hopkins. 9 August 1962; Charlie Poole, Jr. 13 August 1962. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12640

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12641

Bill Monroe and Doc Watson. 14 April 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12641

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12642

Elbert Bowman. 8 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12642

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12643

Walter "Sparkplug" Hughes. 14 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12643

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12644

Interview with Rosa Lee Carson Johnson (Moonshine Kate). Recorded by Ed Kahn and Archie Green in Decatur, Ga., 27 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12644

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12645

Interview with a Mexican-American boy concerning dropping out of school. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12645

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12646

Interview with Ernest V. Stoneman, UCLA, Royce Hall, 27 March 1964. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12646

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12647

Interviews with Carl T. Sprague and Eck Robertson, 15 September 1964. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12647

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12648

Blue Sky Boys, University of Illinois Campus Folksong Club, 17 October 1964. Tape 1. See also: Audiotape FT-12664. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12648

Side One:

1:1. "Are You From Dixie," Blue Sky Boys.

1:2. "Quit That Ticklin' Me," Blue Sky Boys.

1:3. "In the Hills of Roane County," Blue Sky Boys.

1:4. "Sunny Side of Life," Blue Sky Boys.

1:5. "I'm Just Here to Get my Baby Out of Jail," Blue Sky Boys.

1:6. "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again," Blue Sky Boys.

1:7. "Barbara Allen," Blue Sky Boys.

Side Two:

2:1. "Worried Man Blues," Blue Sky Boys.

2:2. "Story of the Knoxville Girl," Blue Sky Boys.

2:3. Comedy "Uncle Josh" Routine.

2:4. "I'm S-A-V-E-D," Blue Sky Boys.

2:5. "The Last Letter," Blue Sky Boys.

2:6. "Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky," Blue Sky Boys.

2:7. "Only One More Step," Blue Sky Boys.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12649

Lesley Riddle. 5 March 1965. Recorded by Mike Seeger. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12649

1:1. "I Know What it Means," Lesley Riddle.

1:2. "Honey Babe," Lesley Riddle.

1:3. "One Kind Favor," Lesley Riddle.

1:4. "Tickling the Strings," Lesley Riddle.

1:5. "Titanic," Lesley Riddle.

1:6. "I Wouldn't Mind Dying," Lesley Riddle.

1:7. "My Mothers's Prayers," Lesley Riddle.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12650

Lesley Riddle. 5 March 1965. Recorded by Mike Seeger. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12650

Side One:

1:1. "Little School Girl," Lesley Riddle.

1:2. "Broke and Weary Blues," Lesley Riddle.

1:3. "Motherless Children," Lesley Riddle.

1:4. "Frisco Blues," Lesley Riddle.

1:5. "Titanic," Lesley Riddle.

1:6. "One Kind Favor," Lesley Riddle.

1:7. "Broke and Weary Blues," Lesley Riddle.

1:8. "I Wouldn't Mind Dying," Lesley Riddle.

1:9. "I'm Out on the Ocean A-Sailing," Lesley Riddle.

Side Two:

2:1. "Honey Babe," Lesley Riddle.

2:2. "I Know What it Means to be Lonesome," Lesley Riddle.

2:3. "Honey Babe," Lesley Riddle.

2:4. "Red River Blues," Lesley Riddle.

2:5. "If You See My Savior," Lesley Riddle.

2:6. "To Be Like Jesus," Lesley Riddle.

2:7. "Weary Prodigal Son," Lesley Riddle.

2:8. Interview.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12651

Bill J. West. 25 July 1965. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12651

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12652

Interview with Billy Cox, Charleston, W.Va., 7 August 1966. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12652

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12653

Interview with Charles Seeger, 2 December 1966. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12653

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12654

Interview with Charles Seeger, 23 December 1966. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12654

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12655

Interview with Charles Seeger, 13 February 1967 and 17 February 1967. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12655

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12656

Interview with Charles Seeger, 20 February 1967 and 27 February 1967. Tape 4. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12656

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12657

Interview with Charles Seeger, 10 March 1967. Tape 5. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12657

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12658

Interview with Ray DeAutremont, 27 November 1973. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12658

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12659

"Bawdy" Irish Ballads. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12659

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12660

Interview with Polk Brockman, Atlanta, Ga., 11 August 1961. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12660

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12661

Interview with Polk Brockman, Atlanta, Ga., 11 August 1961. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12661

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12662

Interview with Polk Brockman, Atlanta, Ga., 11 August 1961. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12662

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12663

Blue Sky Boys. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12663

1:1. "I Know What it Means," Lesley Riddle.

1:2. "Midnight Special," Blue Sky Boys.

1:3. "Corina, Corina," Blue Sky Boys..

1:4. "Oh, Marry in Time," Blue Sky Boys.

1:5. "The Unquiet Grave," Blue Sky Boys.

1:6. "Wild and Reckless Hobo," Blue Sky Boys.

1:7. "Cotton Mill Colic," Blue Sky Boys.

1:8. "Poor Boy," Blue Sky Boys.

1:9. "Jack O' Diamonds," Blue Sky Boys.

1:10. "Oh! Those Tombs," Blue Sky Boys.

1:11. "Will the Circle be Unbroken," Blue Sky Boys.

1:12. "I Don't Want Your Greenback Dollar," Blue Sky Boys.

1:13. "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet," Blue Sky Boys.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12664

Blue Sky Boys, University of Illinois Campus Folksong Club, 17 October 1964. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12664

Side One:

1:1. "The Fox," Blue Sky Boys.

1:2. "'Twas Midnight on the Stormy Sea," Blue Sky Boys.

1:3. "Whispering Hope," Blue Sky Boys.

1:4. "Kentucky," Blue Sky Boys.

1:5. "The Sweetest Gift," Blue Sky Boys.

1:6. "Sweetheart, Mountain Rose," Blue Sky Boys.

1:7. "Beautiful," Blue Sky Boys.

1:8. "After the Ball," Blue Sky Boys.

1:9. "Behind These Prison Walls," Blue Sky Boys.

Side Two:

2:1. "Don't Trade," Blue Sky Boys.

2:2. "Little Bessie," Blue Sky Boys.

2:3. Comments on early recording days.

2:4. "Butcher Boy," Blue Sky Boys.

2:5. "Are You From Dixie," Blue Sky Boys.

2:6. "Are You From Dixie," (encore). Blue Sky Boys.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12665

Songs and Ballads of the Anthracite Miners. Collected for the Archive of Folk Culture. Edited and recorded by George Korson. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12665

1:1. "Down, Down, Down." Sung by William E. Keating at Pottsville, Pa., 1946.

1:2. "The Avondale Mine Disaster." Sung by John J. Quinn at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1946.

1:3. "Me Johnny Mitchell Man." Sung by Jerry Byrne at Buck Run, Pa., 1946.

1:4. "Boys on the Hill." Played on the fiddle by James Muldowney. Recorded in the Newkirk Tunnel Mine, Tamaqua, Pa., 1946.

1:5. "On Johnny Mitchell's Train." Sung by Jerry Byrne at Buck Run, Pa., 1946.

1:6. "Rolling on the Rye Grass." Played on the fiddle by James Muldowney. Recorded in the Newkirk Tunnel Mine, Tamaqua, Pa., 1946.

1:7. "The Old Miner's Refrain." Sung by Daniel Walsh at Centralia, Pa., 1946.

1:8. "John J. Curtis." Sung by Andrew Rada at Shenandoah, Pa., 1946.

1:9. "A Celebrated Workingman." Sung by Daniel Walsh at Centralia, Pa., 1946.

1:10. "When the Breaker Starts up Full Time." Sung by Jerry Byrne at Buck Run, Pa., 1946.

1:11. "Union Man." Sung by Albert Morgan. Recorded in the Newkirk Tunnel Mine, Tamaqua, Pa., 1946.

1:12. "The Miner's Doom." Sung by Daniel Walsh at Centralia, Pa., 1946.

1:13. "Down in a Coal Mine." Sung by Morgan Jones at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1946.

1:14. "The Shoofly." Sung by Daniel Walsh at Centralia, Pa., 1946.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12666

Anglo American Ballads. Collected for the Archive of Folk Culture. Edited by Alan Lomax. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12666

1:1. "The House Carpenter." Sung by Mrs. Texas Gladden at Salem, Va., 1941. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:2. "The Farmer's Cursed Wife." Sung by Horton Barker at Chilhowie, Va., 1939. Recorded by Herbert Halpert.

1:3. "The Gypsy Davy." Sung with guitar by Woody Guthrie of Okemah, Okla. Recorded in Washington, D.C., 1940 by Alan Lomax.

1:4. "Barbara Allen." Sung by Rebecca Tarwater of Rockwood, Tenn. Recorded in Washington, D.C., by Charles Seeger.

1:5. "Pretty Polly." Sung with guitar by E. C. Ball at Rugby, Va., 1941. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:6. "The Rich Old Farmer." Sung by Mrs. Pearl Borusky at Antigo, Wis., 1941. Recorded by Charles Draves.

1:7. "The Devil's Nine Questions." Sung by Mrs. Texas Gladden at Salem, Va., 1941. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:8. "Old Kimball." Sung by Mrs. Texas Gladden at Salem, Va., 1941. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:9. "One Morning in May." Sung by Mrs. Texas Gladden at Salem, Va., 1941. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:10. "The Little Brown Bulls." Sung by Emery DeNoyer at Buck Rhinelander, Wis., 1941. Recorded by Charles Draves.

1:11. "The Sioux Indians." Sung by Alex Moore at Austin, Tex., 1940. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax.

1:12. "Lady of Carlisle." Sung with guitar by Basil May at Salyersville, Ky., 1937. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:13. "Pretty Polly." Sung with five string banjo by Pete Steele at Hamilton, Ohio., 1938. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

1:14. "It Makes a Long Time Man Feel Bad (Negro work song)." Sung by Group at Cummins State Farm, Gould, Ark., 1934.

1:15. "O Lord Don't 'Low Me to Beat 'Em (Negro holler)." Sung by Willie Williams at State Penitentiary, Richmond, Va., 1936. Recorded by John A. Lomax.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12667

Bob Gibson. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12667

1:1. "Sail Away," Bob Gibson.

1:2. "Springfield Mountain," Bob Gibson.

1:3. "Squirrel," Bob Gibson.

1:4. "Dance Boatman Dance," Bob Gibson.

1:5. "Push Boat Song," Bob Gibson.

1:6. "Er-I-Ei Was A'rising," Bob Gibson.

1:7. "Alberta," Bob Gibson.

1:8. "Andalusian Dance," Bob Gibson.

1:9. "Delia," Bob Gibson.

1:10. "Money is King," Bob Gibson.

1:11. "Banana Boat Song," Bob Gibson.

1:12. "Matilda," Bob Gibson.

1:13. "Bahama Lullaby," Bob Gibson.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12668

Bob Gibson. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12668

1:1. "Love Alone," Bob Gibson.

1:2. "Heaven is so High," Bob Gibson.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12669

Chesterland Oberlin Folk Festival, May 1957. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12669

1:1. "Shivaree," Unidentified recording.

1:2. "Cripple Creek," Ensemble.

1:3. "Bile Them Cabbage Down," Ensemble.

1:4. "Joe Clark," Ensemble.

1:5. "Pretty Little Willow," Ensemble.

1:6. "Down the Old Plank Road," Tom Paley.

1:7. "Shortnin' Bread," Jean Ritchie.

1:8. "Roll on the Ground," Tom Paley.

1:9. "Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow," Harry West and Jeanie West.

1:10. "Railroad Bill," Tom Paley.

1:11. "Raise a Ruckus Tonight," Ensemble.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12670

Interview with Dorsey Dixon and Nancy Dixon. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12670

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12671

Dorsey Dixon. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12671

1:1. "Weary Bum," Dorsey Dixon.

1:2. "The Christmas Cake," Dorsey Dixon.

1:3. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," Dorsey Dixon.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12672

Ed Kahn and Archie Green's visit to Dorsey Dixon. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12672

1:1. "The Wreck of the Old '97," Dorsey Dixon.

1:2. "The Cleveland School House Fire," Dorsey Dixon.

1:3. "Our Johnny," Dorsey Dixon.

1:4. "Our Johnny," take two. Dorsey Dixon.

1:5. "Give Me My Flowers While I'm Living," Dorsey Dixon.

1:6. "Across the Shining River," Dorsey Dixon.

1:7. "Howard," recitation. Dorsey Dixon.

1:8. "The Wreck on the Highway," Dorsey Dixon.

1:9. "The Wreck on the Highway," original. Dorsey Dixon.

1:10. "Weave Room Blues," Dorsey Dixon.

1:11. "The Factory Girl," Dorsey Dixon.

1:12. "The Factory Girl," take two. Dorsey Dixon.

1:13. "Twister Room Blues," recitation. Dorsey Dixon.

1:14. "Weaver's Life," Dorsey Dixon.

1:15. "When Weaving Time is Over," Dorsey Dixon.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12673

Walter Davis and Clarence Greene, Black Mountain, N. C., 17 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12673

"Lonesome Road Blues," Davis and Green.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12674

Charlie Bowman, 10 August 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12674

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12675

Various recordings of "Banks of the Ohio." From the collection D. K. Wilgus. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12675

1:1. "On the Banks of the Ohio," Clarence Green. Recorded in 1928. Co 15311-D.

1:2. "On the Banks of the Ohio," Callahan Brothers. Recorded on 17 August 1934. Pe 5-12-60.

1:3. "On the Banks of the Ohio," Blue Sky Boys. Recorded on 16 June 1936. Bb B-6480.

1:4. "On the Banks of the Ohio," Monroe Brothers. Recorded on 21 June 1936. Bb B-7385.

1:5. "On the Banks of the Ohio," Bascom Lamar Lunsford. Taken from Smoky Mountain Ballads. FE FP40.

1:6. "Banks of the Ohio," Harry West and Jeanie West. Taken from Southern Mountain Folksongs and Ballads. Riv. RLP 12-617.

1:7. "Banks of the Ohio," Ed McCurdy. Taken from Blood, Booze 'N Bones. Elektra EKL-108.

1:8. "The Banks of the Ohio," Paul Clayton. Taken from Bloody Ballads. Riv RLP 12-615.

1:9. "Fond Affection," Clarence Green. Co 15311-D.

1:10. "Down on the Banks of the Ohio," J. Patterson. Vi 35874.

1:11. "Poor Little Joe," J. Patterson. Vi 35874.

1:12. "I'll Never Be Yours," Henry Whitter and G. B. Grayson. Ge 6373.

1:13. "Shout Lula," Henry Whitter and G. B. Grayson. Ge 6373.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12676

Eck Robertson. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12676

1:1. "Sally Gooden," Eck Robertson. Victor 18956, 1922.

1:2. "Sally Gooden," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

1:3. "Arkansas Traveler," Eck Robertson. Victor 18956, 1922.

1:4. "Arkansas Traveler," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

1:5. "Done Gone," Eck Robertson. Victor 19372, 1922.

1:6. "Done Gone," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

1:7. "Ragtime Annie," Eck Robertson. Victor 19149, 1922.

1:8. "Ragtime Annie," Eck Robertson. Recorded April 1964.

1:9. "There's a Brown Skin Girl Down the Road Somewhere," Eck Robertson. Victor V-40145.

1:10. "There's a Brown Skin Girl Down the Road Somewhere," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:1. "Stump Town Stomp in Grand Seline," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:2. "Forky Deer," Eck Robertson. Recorded April 1964.

2:3. "Dominion Hornpipe," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:4. "Leather Breeches," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:5. "Tom and Jerry," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:6. "Lost Indian," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:7. "Texas Wagoner," Eck Robertson. Recorded April 1964.

2:8. "Rye Whiskey," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:9. "Gray Eagle," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:10. "Walker Hooker," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

2:11. "Big Devil Medley," Eck Robertson. Recorded April 1964.

2:12. "Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land," Eck Robertson.

2:13. "Sally Johnson," Eck Robertson. Recorded March 1964.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12677

Walter Hughes. Recorded in N.C., 14 August 1963. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12677

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12678

Parks Weatherman and James Henderson. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12678

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12679

Interview with Irene Spain Futrelle. Wesley Tuttle and the Coon Hunters perform "God Put a Rainbow in the Clouds" and "It May Be Too Late" at the end of the tape. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12679

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12680

The Delmore Brothers. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12680

1:1. "Brown's Ferry Blues," Delmore Brothers.

1:2. "Mississippi Shore," Delmore Brothers.

1:3. "Freight Train Boogie," Delmore Brothers.

1:4. "Somebody Else's Darling," Delmore Brothers.

1:5. "Midnight Train," Delmore Brothers.

1:6. "Don't Forget Me," Delmore Brothers.

1:7. "Midnight Special," Delmore Brothers.

1:8. "Why Did You Leave Me, Dear," Delmore Brothers.

1:9. "Sweet, Sweet Thing," Delmore Brothers.

2:1. "Prisoner's Farewell," Delmore Brothers.

2:2. "Be My Little Pet," Delmore Brothers.

2:3. "Lonely Moon," Delmore Brothers.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12681

Interview with Irene Spain Futrelle and Polk Brockman by Bob Pinson and Fred Hoeptner. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12681

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12682

Walter Davis. Recorded in Black Mountain, N.C. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12682

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12683

The Carter Family, Bill Monroe, Byrd Moore and His Hot Shots, and the Blue Sky Boys. D. K. Wilgus material. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12683

1:1. "Jealous Hearted Me," Carter Family. De 5241.

1:2. "My Native Home," Carter Family. De 5241.

1:3. "My Dixie Darling," Carter Family. De 46086.

1:4. "Coal Miner's Blues," Carter Family. De 44086.

1:5. "He Took a White Rose From her Hair," Carter Family. Cq 8530.

1:6. "Your Mother Still Prays," Carter Family. Cq 8530.

1:7. "Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy to Me," Carter Family. Vi V-40190.

1:8. "We Will March Through the Streets of Glory," Carter Family. MW M-4732.

1:9. "Where We'll Never Grow Old," Carter Family. MW M-4732.

1:10. "The Winding Stream," Carter Family. Vi 23807.

1:11. "I Wouldn't Mind Dying," Carter Family. Vi 23807.

1:12. "Will the Roses Bloom in Heaven," Carter Family. Bb B-5161.

1:13. "The Foggy Mountain Top," Carter Family. Vi V-40058.

1:14. "Bear Creek Blues," Carter Family. Cq 9574.

1:15. "Mule Skinner Blues," Bill Munroe and His Blue Grass Boys. Bb B-8568.

1:16. "Six White Horses," Bill Munroe and His Blue Grass Boys. Bb B-8568.

1:17. "Frankie Silvers," Byrd Moore and His Hot Shots. Col 15536.

1:18. "The Story of the Knoxville Girl," Blue Sky Boys. Bb B-7755.

1:19. "The Butcher's Boy," Blue Sky Boys. Bb B-8482.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12684

Fiddle Sampler: including Eck Robertson, Clayton McMichen, Lowe Stokes, Earl Johnson, Clark Kessinger, Tommy Jackson, and others. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12684

Side One:

1:1. "Sally Goodin," A. C. "Eck" Robertson.

1:2. "Old Molly Hare," Clayton McMichen.

1:3. "Sally Johnson," Lowe Stokes.

1:4. "Hen Cackle," Earl Johnson.

1:5. "Rat Cheese Under the Hill," Clark Kessinger and Luches Kessinger.

1:6. "Going Down the Lee Highway," Henry Whitter and G. B. Grayson.

1:7. "Train 45," Henry Whitter and G. B. Grayson.

1:8. "Dickson County Blues," Arthur Smith Trio.

1:9. "Bonaparte's Retreat," Gaither Carlton and Doc Watson.

1:10. "Cluck, Old Hen," Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters.

1:11. "Stoney Creek," Sonny Miller.

Side Two: Tommy Jackson. Square Dance Festival, Vol. 3. Dot DLP 3532.

2:1. "Sally Ann," Tommy Jackson.

2:2. "Sally Goodin'," Tommy Jackson.

2:3. "Sally Johnson," Tommy Jackson.

2:4. "Stone's Rag," Tommy Jackson.

2:5. "Stoney Point," Tommy Jackson.

2:6. "Sugar in the Ground," Tommy Jackson.

2:7. "Tennessee Wagoner," Tommy Jackson.

2:8. "Texas Schottische," Tommy Jackson.

2:9. "The Girl I Left Behind," Tommy Jackson.

2:10. "Tom and Jerry," Tommy Jackson.

2:11. "Trouble Among the Yearlings," Tommy Jackson.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12685

Songs from Listen to Our Story and Smoky Mountain Ballads. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12685

Part One: Listen to our Story.

1:1. "Rock About My Sarah Jane," Uncle Dave Macon. Vo 5152.

1:2. "The Death of John Henry," Uncle Dave Macon. Vo 5096.

1:3. "True Religion," Reverend Edward W. Clayborn. Vo 1121.

1:4. "Storkerlee," Furry Lewis. Vo 132.

1:5. "Lady Gay," Buell Kazee. Br 212.

1:6. "The Derby Ram," Bascom Lamar Lunsford. Br 228.

1:7. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Dick Reinhart. Br 386.

1:8. "Pretty Polly," Dock Boggs. Br 132.

Part Two: Smoky Mountain Ballads.

2:1. "Cumberland Mountain Deer Race," Uncle Dave Macon. Vi 27494.

2:2. "Down in the Willow," Wade Mainer. Vi 27497.

2:3. "Ida Red," Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers. Vi 27496.

2:4. "Riding on That Train 45," Wade Mainer. Vi 27493.

2:5. "Darling Cory," Monroe Brothers. Vi 27493.

2:6. "Intoxicated Rat," Dixon Brothers. Vi 27495.

2:7. "Chittlin' Cookin' Time in Cheatham County," Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith.

2:8. "On a Cold Winter Night," J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers. Vi 27496.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12686

Introduction to Folk Music with various performers, including Robert Walker, Dudley Alexander, Lonnie Young, and others. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12686

1:1. "Little Brown Bulls," Robert Walker.

1:2. "Baby, Please Don't Go," Dudley Alexander.

1:3. "Oree," Lonnie Young.

1:4. "Christian Soldier," Denson Sacred Harp Quartet.

1:5. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," unidentified. Folkways, 2461.

1:6. "Oh Russia, Let That Moon Alone," unidentified. Folkways, 2461.

1:7. "Mrs. Johnson," Goose Island Ramblers.

1:8. "Cannonball," Goose Island Ramblers.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12687

Rehearsal Tape for the Capitol album put together by Ed Kahn. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12687

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12688

Various artists, including the Carter Family, Dick Bell, and Charlie Oaks. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12688

1:1. "The Death of William Jennings Bryan," Charlie Oaks. Vo 15094.

1:2. "The John T. Scopes Trial," Charlie Oaks. Vo 15094.

1:3. "The Wreck of Number Four," Dick Bell. Challenge 425.

1:4. "Shut Up in Coal Creek Mine," Dick Bell.

1:5. "Look Away From the Cross," Carter Family. Ok 06030.

1:6. "We Shall Rise," Carter Family. Ok 06030.

1:7. "Home Among the Hills," Carter Family. Ok 06078.

1:8. "Little Poplar Log House on the Hill," Carter Family. Ok 06078.

1:9. "Jim Blake's Message," Carter Family. De 5467.

1:10. "When This Evening Sun Goes Down," Carter Family. De 5467.

1:11. "My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains," Carter Family. De 5532.

1:12. "Goodbye to the Plains," Carter Family. De 5532.

1:13. "Hello, Central! Give me Heaven," Carter Family. Bb B-5529.

1:14. "I'll be All Smiles Tonight," Carter Family. Bb B-5529.

1:15. "Where We'll Never Grow Old," Carter Family. Bb B-5058.

1:16. "River of Jordan," Carter Family. Bb B-5058.

1:17. "My Clinch Mountain Home," Carter Family. Bb B-5301.

1:18. "Little Darling, Pal of Mine," Carter Family. Bb B-5301.

1:19. "The Storms Are on the Ocean," Carter Family. Vo 03160.

1:20. "Sinking in the Lonesome Sea," Carter Family. Vo 03160.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12689

Governor Goebel Assassination Ballad. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12689

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12690

Various artists, including Charlie Poole, B. F. Shelton, Fiddlin' John Carson, Crockett Ward, and Gid Tanner. From Howard Cole. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12690

1:1. "Look Before You Leap," Charlie Poole. Col 15601.

1:2. "Good-bye Sweet Liza Jane," Charlie Poole. Col 15601.

1:3. "Darlin' Cora," B. F. Shelton. Vi 3583.

1:4. "Pretty Polly," B. F. Shelton. Vi 35838.

1:5. "Dixie Division," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 7003.

1:6. "Sugar in the Gourd," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 7003.

1:7. "Dixie Cowboy," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 7004.

1:8. "John Henry Blue," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 7004.

2:1. "The Baggage Coach Ahead," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 7006.

2:2. "The Orphan Child," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 7006.

2:3. "Sugar Hill," Crockett Ward and His Boys. Ok 45179.

2:4. "Deadheads and Suckers," Crockett Ward and His Boys. Ok 45179.

2:5. "Boll Weevil Blues," Gid Tanner. Col 15016.

2:6. "I'm Satisfied," Gid Tanner. Col 15016.

2:7. "Rocky Road to Dublin," Osey Helton. Bwy 5122.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12691

Various artists, including Fiddlin' John Carson, Uncle Dave Macon, Hawkshaw Hawkins, the Dixon Brothers, and Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. From Mike Seeger. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12691

1:1. "You Can't Get Milk From a Cow Named Ben," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45321.

1:2. "Going to the County Fair," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45321.

1:3. "Gonna Swing on the Golden Gate," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 45159.

1:4. "Hell Bound for Alabama," Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers. Ok 45159.

1:5. "Deliverance Will Come," Uncle Dave Macon. Vo 5001.

1:6. "Uncle Dave's Beloved Solo," Uncle Dave Macon. Vo 5001.

1:7. "We Miss Him," Jimmie Rodgers and Ernest Tubb. RZ ME33.

1:8. "Hank Williams is Singing Again," Hank the Drifter and His Drifting Hillbillies. FO-7W-1669.

1:9. "The Life of Hank Williams," Hawkshaw Hawkins. King 1174.

1:10. "The Last Letter," Frank Walker. MGM 11450.

2:1. "Down with the Old Canoe," Dixon Brothers. Bb B-7449.

2:2. "I Didn't Hear Anybody Pray," Dixon Brothers. Bb B-7449.

2:3. "Weaver's Life," Dixon Brothers. Bb B-7020.

2:4. "Old Home Brew," Dixon Brothers. Bb B-7020.

2:5. "The School House Fire," Dixon Brothers. Bb B-7020.

2:6. "Darling Do You Miss Me," Dixon Brothers. Bb B-8899.

2:7. "Mean Old Bedbug Blues," Ernest Tubb. Bb B-8899.

2:8."The White Rose," Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. Col 2837.

2:9. "Legend of the Dogwood Tree," Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. Col 2837.

2:10. "Thirty Pieces of Silver," Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. Col 2837.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12692

Various artists, including Rex Griffin, Wade Mainer, Ernest Tubb, J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers, the Cope Brothers, Bill Monroe, Jimmie Skinner, Johnnie and Jack, and Ferlin Husky. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12692

1:1. "The Lovesick Blues," Rex Griffin. De 5770.

1:2. "Three Nights in a Bar Room," Wade Mainer and the Mountaineers. Blue Ridge 109.

1:3. "Married Man Blues," Ernest Tubb.

1:4. "Dust on the Bible," Wade Mainer and the Mountaineers. King 574.

1:5. "There'll Come a Time," Wade Mainer and the Mountaineers. King 574.

1:6. "Big Balls in Town," J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers. King 622.

1:7. "Johnson County Blues," J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers. King 622.

1:8. "Knoxville Girl," Cope Brothers. King 589.

1:9. "She Sleeps Beneath the Norris Dam," Cope Brothers. King 589.

1:10. "Uncle Pen," Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. De 46283.

2:1. "When the Golden Leaves Begin to Fall," Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. De 46283.

2:2. "White House Blues," Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. De 29141.

2:3. "Get Up John," Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. De 29141.

2:4. "Hank Williams Will Live Forever," Johnnie and Jack. Vi 20-5164.

2:5. "Singing Teacher in Heaven," Jimmie Skinner. Capitol 2397.

2:6. "Hank's Song," Ferlin Husky. Capitol 2397.

2:7. "When Hank Williams Met Jimmie Rodgers," Riley Crabtree.

2:8. "Hank, It Will Never be the Same Without You," Ernest Tubb. De 9-28630.

2:9. "Hank Williams, That Alabama Boy," Denver Duke and Jeffrey Null. BH 214.

2:10. "Hank Williams Isn't Dead," Denver Duke and Jeffrey Null.

2:11. "Tribute to Hank Williams," J. T. Adams and the Men of Texas. Republic 100-45.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12693

Banjo music: Including Vess Ossman, J. Cullen, and Stuber and Weaver. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12693

1:1. "The Serenade March," Vess Ossman.

1:2. "Cupid's Arrow," Stuber and Weaver.

1:3. "Bolero," Vess Ossman.

1:4. "The Scorcher March," Vess Ossman.

1:5. "Sounds From Africa," Vess Ossman.

1:6. "Happy Go Lucky," Vess Ossman.

1:7. "Ethiopian Mardi Gras," Vess Ossman.

1:8. "Tyro Mazurka," J. Cullen.

1:9. "Vega March," Cullen and Collins.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12694

Various artists, including Grayson and Whitter, Allen Brothers, Charlie Poole, Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers, Leake County Revelers, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Blind Joe Mangum-Fred, and Uncle Bud Landress. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12694

1:1. "Hey Buddy, Won't You Roll Down the Line," Allen Brothers. Vo 02818.

1:2. "Roll Down the Line," Allen Brothers. Vi 23551.

1:3. "Rose Conley," Grayson and Whitter. Vi 21625.

1:4. "Omie Wise," Grayson and Whitter. Vi 21625.

1:5. "I Once Loved a Sailor," Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers. Col 15385.

1:6. "Hangman, Hangman, Slack the Rope," Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers. Col 15385.

1:7. "Been to the East, Been to the West," Leake County Revelers. Col 15318.

1:8. "Crow Black Chickens," Leake County Revelers. Col 15318.

1:9. "Hog Eye," Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers. Vi 21295.

2:1. "Birmingham," Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers. Vi 20550.

2:2. "Jaw Bone," Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers. Vi 21577.

2:3. "Get Along Home, Miss Cindy," Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers. Vi 21577.

2:4. "Johnson's Old Gray Mule," Georgia Yellow Hammers. Vi 20550.

2:5. "Pass Around the Bottle," Georgia Yellow Hammers. Vi 20550.

2:6. "Bill Cheatam," Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Shriver. Vi V-40018.

2:7. "Bacon and Cabbage," Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Shriver. Vi V-40018.

2:8. "Coon Hunting in Moonshine Hollow," Uncle Bud Landress. Vi 21354.

2:9. "Visiting Sal's House in Moonshine Hollow," Uncle Bud Landress. Vi 21354.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20360/12695

Hillbilly Demo. Includes Fiddlin' John Carson, Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Rodgers, Ernest Tubb, the Carter Family, the Blue Sky Boys, the Sweet Violet Boys, Bob Wills, Webb Pierce, and others. #20360, Subseries: "4.2. Open Reel Tapes, 1946-1973 and undated." FT-20360/12695

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77 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

Field notes for FS-20360/7298-7369 reside in Folder 381 within the Southern Folklife Collection Field Notes Collection (#30025).

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7298

Carter Family's New York Transcriptions. Associated Program Service No. 60767. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7298

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7299

The Border Blasters. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7299

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7300

Interview with Sara Bays, formerly Sara Carter, and Coy Bays, 12 April 1978. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7300

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7301

Interview with Sara Bays, formerly Sara Carter, and Coy Bays, 12 April 1978. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7301

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7302

Interview with Sara Bays, formerly Sara Carter, and Coy Bays, 12 April 1978. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7302

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7303

Bunny Baugh. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7303

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7304

Interview with John Travis, 19 May 1986. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7304

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7305

Interview with John Travis and Veda Adler, 19-20 May 1986. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7305

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7306

Cliffie Stone. 3 December 1992. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7306

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7307

Interview with Veda Adler, 3 August 1993. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7307

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7308

Interview with Betty Travis, 30 January 1995. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7308

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7309

Interview with Betty Travis, 30 January 1995. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7309

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7310

Wesley Tuttle and Marilyn Tuttle. 3 March 1995. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7310

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7311

Wesley Tuttle and Marilyn Tuttle. 3 March 1995. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7311

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7312

Joe Allison. 11 April 1995. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7312

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7313

Thom Bresh. 11 April 1995. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7313

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7314

Thom Bresh. 11 April 1995. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7314

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7315

Bob Kingsley. 21 April 1995. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7315

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7316

Interviews with Merle Travis, 1961. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7316

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7317

Merle Travis and Mose Rager, Washington, D.C., 1973. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7317

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7318

Mose Rager studio session, 1983. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7318

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7319

Mose Rager. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7319

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7320

Mose Rager. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7320

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7321

Radio shows featuring Merle Travis. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7321

1:1. Here's To Veterans, No. 911.

1:2. Here's To Veterans, No. 1318.

1:3. Here's To Veterans, No. 1253.

2:1. Country Music Time, No. 490.

2:2. Country Hoedown, No. 54.

2:3. AFRS Melody Roundup, No. 510.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7322

Radio shows featuring Merle Travis. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7322

1:1. AFRS Grand Ole Opry, No. 136.

1:2. Here's To Veterans, No. 463.

1:3. Country Music Time, No. 52. Part 1.

2:1. Country Music Time, No. 52. Part 2.

2:2. Navy Country Hoedown, No. 17.

2:3. Navy Country Hoedown, No. 87.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7323

Merle Travis Capitol transcriptions. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7323

Side One:

1:1. "Did You Ever Go Sailing," Merle Travis. G-82.

1:2. "Thumbing the Bass," Merle Travis. G-82.

1:3. "I'm Goin' Down the Mountain," Merle Travis. G-83.

1:4. "Lolly to Dum Day," Merle Travis. G-83.

1:5. "Sourwood Mountain," Merle Travis. G-83.

1:6. "The Wise Old Owl," Merle Travis. G-83.

1:7. "Shady Brook Lane," Merle Travis. G-83.

1:8. "Mus'rat," Merle Travis. G-84.

1:9. "I'd Like to Go Back," Merle Travis. G-84.

1:10. "Nickelty Nacklly Now," Merle Travis. G-84.

1:11. "They Made it Twice as Nice as Paradise and They Called it Dixieland," Merle Travis. G-84.

1:12. "Tomorrow (I'll Be in My Dixieland Home Again)," Merle Travis. G-84.

1:13. "Sixteen Tons," Merle Travis. G-109.

1:14. "John Bolin," Merle Travis. G-109.

1:15. "Jordan Am a Hard Road to Travel," Merle Travis. G-109.

1:16. "Barbara Allen," Merle Travis. G-109.

1:17. "Stonewall Jackson," Merle Travis. G-7.

1:18. "Possum Up a Gumstump," Merle Travis. G-7.

1:19. "Man Eater," Merle Travis. G-7.

1:20. "The Gal I Left Behind Me," Merle Travis. G-7.

1:21. "Devil's Dream," Merle Travis. G-7.

Side Two:

2:1. "Devil's Dream," Merle Travis. G-7.

2:2. "Old Bill Campbell," Merle Travis. G-7.

2:3. "I Don't Love Nobody," Merle Travis. G-8.

2:4. "Ragtime Annie," Merle Travis. G-8.

2:5. "Old Joe Clark," Merle Travis. G-8.

2:6. "Turkey in the Straw," Merle Travis. G-8.

2:7. "Soldier's Joy," Merle Travis. G-8.

2:8. "Cripple Creek," Merle Travis. G-8.

2:9. "Cactus Jig," Merle Travis. G-9.

2:10. "Sailor's Hornpipe," Merle Travis. G-9.

2:11. "Rakes of Mallow," Merle Travis. G-9.

2:12. "Miller's Folly," Merle Travis. G-9.

2:13. "Waggoner," Merle Travis. G-9.

2:14. "Coon Hunter's Jig," Merle Travis. G-10.

2:15. "Smash De Window," Merle Travis. G-10.

2:16. "Curley's Cakewalk," Merle Travis. G-10.

2:17. "Stoney Point," Merle Travis. G-10.

2:18. "Rattlesnake Jig," Merle Travis. G-10.

2:19. "Here's to Veterans," No. 911.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7324

Merle Travis Capitol transcriptions. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7324

Side One:

1:1. "Midnight Special," Merle Travis. G-1.

1:2. "Old Joe Clark," Merle Travis. G-1.

1:3. "Jim Crow," Merle Travis. G-1.

1:4. "Glendy Burke," Merle Travis. G-1.

1:5. "Jim Crack Corn," Merle Travis. G-1.

1:6. "Sourwood Mountain," Merle Travis. G-2.

1:7. "Bile That Possum," Merle Travis. G-2.

1:8. "Fiddlin' Dan," Merle Travis. G-2.

1:9. "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain," Merle Travis. G-2.

1:10. "I'm Goin' Back to Dixie," Merle Travis. G-2.

1:11. "Higgens' Farewell," Merle Travis. G-3.

1:12. "Ham Bone Am Sweet," Merle Travis. G-3.

1:13. "Sally Goodwin," Merle Travis. G-3.

1:14. "Oh Dem Golden Slippers," Merle Travis. G-3.

1:15. "Off She Goes," Merle Travis. G-3.

1:16. "Fisher's Hornpipe," Merle Travis. G-4.

1:17. "Detour," Merle Travis. G-4.

1:18. "You Are My Sunshine," Merle Travis. G-4.

1:19. "I'm Sick and Tired of You Little Darlin'," Merle Travis. G-4.

1:20. "Footprints in the Snow," Merle Travis. G-4.

1:21. "Grey Eagle," Merle Travis. G-4.

1:22. "Nellie Bly," Merle Travis. G-5.

1:23. "I'll Remember You Love in My Prayers," Merle Travis. G-5.

Side Two:

2:1. "I'll Remember You Love in My Prayers," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:2. "Liza Jane," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:3. "Comin' Home From the Wake," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:4. "You're the Apple of My Eye," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:5. "False Hearted Girl," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:6. "John Henry," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:7. "Nancy Till," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:8. "Folly Waddle Do," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:9. "Methodist Pie," Merle Travis. G-6.

2:10. "Heard a Whistle Call My Name," Merle Travis. G-127.

2:11. "When I Walked With My Love in the Dew," Merle Travis. G-127.

2:12. "Rocky Road to Glory," Merle Travis. G-127.

2:13. "Ballad of the Knotted Pine," Merle Travis. G-127.

2:14. "Old Cow Found a Muley Calf," Merle Travis. G-127.

2:15. "Long Journey Home," Merle Travis. G-127.

2:16. "One More Rainy Morning," Merle Travis. G-128.

2:17. "Darlin' Cora," Merle Travis. G-128.

2:18. "The Dark Dreary Woodland," Merle Travis. G-128.

2:19. "Adrie Hill," Merle Travis. G-128.

1:20. "The Shoe Cobbler," Merle Travis. G-128.

1:21. "Nine Pound Hammer," Merle Travis. G-110.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7325

Merle Travis Capitol transcriptions. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7325

Side One:

1:1. "Darby's Ram," Merle Travis. G-110.

1:2. "Possum Up a Simmon Tree," Merle Travis. G-110.

1:3. "Dry Bread," Merle Travis. G-110.

1:4. "Take My Hand, Precious Lord," Merle Travis. G-110.

1:5. "Walkin' the Strings," Merle Travis. G-11.

1:6. "Saturday Night Shuffle," Merle Travis. G-11.

1:7. "Cannonball Stomp," Merle Travis. G-11.

1:8. "Blue Smoke," Merle Travis. G-11.

1:9. "Goodbye My Bluebell," Merle Travis. G-11.

1:10. "Rose Time," Merle Travis. G-11.

1:11. "I Am a Pilgrim," Merle Travis. G-12.

1:12. "Little David Play on Your Harp," Merle Travis. G-12.

1:13. "Every Rag," Merle Travis. G-12.

1:14. "That's All," Merle Travis. G-12.

1:15. "Lost John," Merle Travis. G-12.

1:16. "Pigmeat Stomp," Merle Travis. G-77.

1:17. "Louisville Clog," Merle Travis. G-77.

1:18. "Old Aunt Dinah," Merle Travis. G-77.

1:19. "Fuller Blues," Merle Travis. G-77.

1:20. "Green Bay Polka," Merle Travis. G-77.

1:21. "On a Bicycle Built for Two," Merle Travis. G-77.

1:22. "Grandad's Cuspidor," Merle Travis. G-78.

1:23. "Heaven Bound Train," Merle Travis. G-78.

1:24. "Travis Trot," Merle Travis. G-78.

1:25. "Why'd I Fall For Abner," Merle Travis. G-78.

1:26. "Dream Time Engineer," Merle Travis. G-78.

Side Two:

2:1. "Dream Time Engineer," Merle Travis. G-78.

2:2. "Old Kentucky Home," Merle Travis. G-78.

2:3. "Baby Don't Cry No More," Merle Travis. G-79.

2:4. "Honeybunch," Merle Travis. G-79.

2:5. "The Dutchman's Wife," Merle Travis. G-79.

2:6. "Someone to Call Me Honey," Merle Travis. G-79.

2:7. "Go Where I Send Thee," Merle Travis. G-79.

2:8. "The Life of the Party," Merle Travis. G-80.

2:9. "Wild Goose," Merle Travis. G-80.

2:10. "Dear Little Wifey at Home," Merle Travis. G-80.

2:11. "Hi Ho Hi Ho," Merle Travis. G-80.

2:12. "The Dust on Mother's Old Bible," Merle Travis. G-80.

2:13. "The Courtin' Song," Merle Travis. G-80.

2:14. "Turkey in the Straw," Merle Travis. G-81.

2:15. "My Worst Worry," Merle Travis. G-81.

2:16. "Peg Leg Jack," Merle Travis. G-81.

2:17. "God Put a Rainbow in the Clouds," Merle Travis. G-81.

2:18. "Johnny Weaver," Merle Travis. G-81.

2:19. "The World is Such a Dreary Place," Merle Travis. G-82.

1:20. "Hubbin' It," Merle Travis. G-82.

1:21. "Paper of Pins," Merle Travis. G-82.

1:22. "Cane Brake Blues," Merle Travis. G-82.

1:22. "Did You Ever Go Sailing," Merle Travis. G-82.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7326

Merle Travis: The Radio Shows (1945-1946). #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7326

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7327

Merle Travis on the Radio (1944-1949). #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7327

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7328

Pure Mose: Mose Rager, the Muhlenberg Sound Heritage Series. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7328

Side One:

1:1. "Guitar Rag," Mose Rager.

1:2. "Fanfare," Mose Rager.

1:3. "Backwater Blues," Mose Rager.

1:4. "E Blues," Mose Rager.

1:5. "Cannon Ball Rag," Mose Rager.

1:6. "Merry Christmas Blues," Mose Rager.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old Kentucky Home," Mose Rager.

2:2. "Nine Pound Hammer," Mose Rager.

2:3. "Walking the Strings," Mose Rager.

2:4. "Bed Bug Blues," Mose Rager.

2:5. "On the Hallelujah Side," Mose Rager.

2:6. "Love is Like a Faucet," Mose Rager.

2:7. "Dream Waltz," Mose Rager.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7329

The Golden Thumb of Tommy Flint, the Muhlenberg Sound Heritage Series. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7329

Side One:

1:1. "Goodbye My Bluebell,"  Tommy Flint.

1:2. "Tom's Tune," Tommy Flint.

1:3. "Remington Ride," Tommy Flint.

1:4. "Harbor Lights," Tommy Flint.

1:5. "Wildwood Modulation," Tommy Flint.

1:6. "El Cumban Chero," Tommy Flint.

1:7. "Amazing Grace," Tommy Flint.

Side Two:

2:1. "Dance of the Goldenrod," Tommy Flint.

2:2. "Faded Love," Tommy Flint.

2:3. "Sidewalks of New York," Tommy Flint.

2:4. "Medley Brown," Tommy Flint.

2:5. "The Waltz You Save For Me," Tommy Flint.

2:6. "West of Amarillo," Tommy Flint.

2:7. "Sweet Bye and Bye," Tommy Flint.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7330

Les Haney: Then & Now, the Muhlenberg Sound Heritage Series, 24 June 1997. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7330

Side One:

1:1. "Indiana Medley,"  Les Haney.

1:2. "Shanty in Old Shanty," Les Haney.

1:3. "Please Don't Let Me Grow Old," Les Haney.

1:4. "The First Fall of Man," Les Haney.

1:5. "The Old Feather Bed on the Farm," Les Haney.

1:6. "Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You," Les Haney.

Side Two:

2:1. "When the Bloom is On the Sage," Les Haney.

2:2. "Tulip Time in Sunny Tennessee," Les Haney.

2:3. "Lonely Night," Les Haney.

2:4. "Tennessee Moonshine Blues," Les Haney.

2:5. "Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old Kentucky Home," Les Haney.

2:6. "I Could Dream Forever," Les Haney.

2:7. "I'll See You in My Dreams," Les Haney.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7331

Coal Creek Recordings. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7331

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7332

Jimmy Tarlton. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7332

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7333

Jimmy Tarlton. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7333

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7334

Archie Green. 11 January 1999. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7334

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7335

Archie Green. 2 February 1999. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7335

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7336

Archie Green. 12 February 1999. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7336

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7337

Archie Green. 24 February 1999. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7337

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7338

Archie Green. 3 March 1999. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7338

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7339

Frank Walker and Mike Seeger. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7339

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7340

Interview with Jimmy Tarlton by Frank Gillis and Neil Rosenberg, 1 May 1967. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7340

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7341

Interview with the Pickard Family, 17 October 1968. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7341

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7342

Interview with the Pickard Family, 17 October 1968. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7342

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/6213

Interview with Art Satherly, 14 June 1969. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/6213

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/6214

Interview with Art Satherly, 14 June 1969. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/6214

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7343

Art Satherly. 12 June 1971. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7343

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7344

Interview with Wilbur Ball, 27 April 1971. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7344

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7345

Interview with Cliff Carlisle and Wilbur Ball, 26 April 1971. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7345

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7346

Interview with Cliff Carlisle, 14 October 1971. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7346

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/6215

Art Satherly, 25 September 1977. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/6215

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/6216

Art Satherly, 24 June 1978. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/6216

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/6217

Art Satherly, 25 September 1979. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/6217

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7347

Interview with Frank Marvin, 5 June 1983. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7347

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7348

Archie Green. 30 March 1985. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7348

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7349

O. D. Calhoun and Sam Stevens. 21 May 1991. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7349

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7350

Mrs. Elizabeth Davis. 21 May 1991. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7350

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7351

Sam Stevens. 22 May 1991. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7351

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7352

J. C. McCool. 22 May 1991. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7352

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7353

Clarence Howard Greene. 23 May 1991. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7353

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7354

Phone interview with Lennie Davis, Tom Darby's attorney, 17 December 1994. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7354

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7355

Arturo Gonzales. 31 May 1995. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7355

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7356

Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7356

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7357

Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7357

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7358

Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton. Tape 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7358

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7359

Interviews with Sam McGee, Ernest Stoneman, and Charlie Bowman. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7359

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7360

Interviews with Sam McGee, Ernest Stoneman, and Charlie Bowman. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7360

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7361

Ernest Tubb. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7361

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7362

Walter "Sparkplug" Hughes. Tape 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7362

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7363

Walter "Sparkplug" Hughes. Tape 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7363

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7364

Clarence Green, Gus Washburn, and Don Howard. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7364

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7365

Rosa Lee Carson Johnson. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7365

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7366

Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7366

Side One:

1:1. "Moonshine Kate," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45290.

1:2. "John Makes Good Licker," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45290.

1:3. "You Can't Get Milk From a Cow Named Ben," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45321.

1:4. "Going to the County Fair," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45321.

1:5. "John in the Army," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45458.

1:6. "The Old Grey Horse Ain't What He Used to Be," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45471.

1:7. "The Last Old Dollar is Gone," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45471.

1:8. "John Makes Good Licker," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Part 3. Ok 45369.

1:9. "John Makes Good Licker," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Part 4. Ok 45369.

1:10. "Times Are Not Like They Used to Be," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45402.

1:11. "She's More Like Her Mother Every Day," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45402.

1:12. "Corn Licker & Barbecue," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Part 1. Ok 45415.

1:13. "Corn Licker & Barbecue," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Part 2. Ok 45415.

1:14. "Pa's Birthday Party," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45440.

Side Two:

2:1. "Kate's Snuff Box," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45440.

2:2. "Who Bit the Wart Off Grandma's Nose," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45448.

2:3. "Who's the Best Fiddler," Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate. Ok 45448.

2:4. "The Poor Girl story," Moonshine Kate and Her Pals.

2:5. "Are You Going to Leave the Old Home," Moonshine Kate and Her Pals.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7367

Fiddlin' John Carson. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7367

Side One:

1:1. "In My Old Cabin Home," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 45096.

1:2. "When You and I Were Young, Maggie," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 40020.

1:3. "Tom Watson Special," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 40050.

1:4. "Meet Her When the Sun Goes Down," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 45353.

1:5. "The Lightning Express," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 7008.

1:6. "Take the Train to Charlotte," Fiddlin' John Carson. Vinyl Test W402119A.

1:7. "Taxes on the Farmer Feeds Them All," Fiddlin' John Carson. B5742.

1:8. "John's Trip to Boston,"Fiddlin' John Carson. Vinyl Test W402117A.

1:9. "Did He Ever Return," Fiddlin' John Carson. Vinyl Test W81728B.

1:10. "The Boston Burglar," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 40419.

Side Two:

2:1. "Little More Sugar in the Coffee," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 45542.

2:2. "Papa's Billy Goat," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 4994.

2:3. "Alabama Gal," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 40204.

2:4. "The Baggage Coach Ahead," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 7006.

2:5. "My Ford Sedan," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 45353.

2:6. "On the Banks of the Old Tennessee," Fiddlin' John Carson. Vinyl Test W48005A.

2:7. "Hop Light, Lady," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 45011.

2:8. "Dixie Boll Weevil," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 40095.

2:9. "Long Way to Tipperary," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 45077.

2:10. "The Death of Floyd Collins," Fiddlin' John Carson. Ok 40363.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7368

"Ain't I Right," by Marty Robbins and "Finland," by George Stavis. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7368

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20360/7369

J. M. Gates. #20360, Subseries: "4.3. Audiocassettes, 1978-1995 and undated." FS-20360/7369

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated.

39 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

Videotape VT-20360/1

Amazing Grace. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/1

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/2

Robert "Red" Alexander: Shipwright and Folk Artist, Arhoolie Foundation, 1998. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/2

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/3

Chet Atkins: Rare Performances, 1955-1975, Vestapol Productions, 1996. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/3

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/4

Gene Autry. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/4

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/5

Beale Street Memories. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/5

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/6

Billy in the Lowgrounds: Old Time Music from the Newport Folk Festival, 1966, Vestapol Productions, 1997. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/6

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/7

Old Time Music from the Newport Folk Festival, 1966. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/7

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/8

Dr. Brinkley Tapes. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/8

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/9

From Here to Eternity. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/9

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/10

Country Roots: Part 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/10

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/11

Country Roots: Part 3. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/11

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/12

Devil Got My Woman: Blues at Newport, 1966, Vestapol Productions, 1996. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/12

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/13

Empire of the Air. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/13

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/14

The Everly Brothers and Rose Maddox. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/14

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/15

Guitar Styles of the Carter Family: Taught by Mike Seeger with Janette Carter, Homespun Video, 2000. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/15

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/16

Woody Guthrie. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/16

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/17

Heroes of Rock 'N Roll. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/17

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/18

History of Rock & Roll. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/18

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/19

Leadbelly: Part 1. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/19

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/20

Leadbelly: Part 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/20

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/21

Legends of Traditional Fingerstyle Guitar, Vestapol Productions, 1994. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/21

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/22

Uncle Dave Macon. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/22

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/23

Renaldo and Clara. Tape 1. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/23

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/24

Renaldo and Clara. Tape 2. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/24

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/25

Rhythm, Country & Blues, MCA, 1994. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/25

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/26

Tear in My Beer & Other Great Country Videos, Warner Reprise Video, 1990. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/26

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/27

Times Ain't Like They Used to Be: Early Rural & Popular American Music, Yazoo Video, 1992. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/27

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/28

Happy Trails. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/28

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/29

Hard Travelin'. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/29

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/30

Sixteen Tons: Rare Performances, 1946-1981, Vestapol Productions, 1995. From the series: The Songs & Guitar of Merle Travis. Volume 2. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/30

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/31

Sixteen Tons: Rare Performances, 1946-1981, Vestapol Productions, 1995. From the series: The Songs & Guitar of Merle Travis. Volume 2. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/31

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/32

Merle Travis: Rare Performances, 1946-1981, Vestapol Productions, 1994. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/32

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/33

Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/33

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/34

The Kate Smith Show: Featuring the Grand Ole Opry with Hank Williams, 26 March 1952. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/34

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/35

The Kate Smith Show: Featuring the Grand Ole Opry with Hank Williams, 23 April 1952. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/35

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/36

Hank Williams: The Show He Never Gave. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/36

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Videotape VT-20360/37

The Life and Times of Hank Williams. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/37

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Videotape VT-20360/38

Hank Williams, Jr., performing on The Lucy Show. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/38

VHS

Videotape VT-20360/39

Hank Williams. Non-commercial recording. #20360, Subseries: "4.4. Videotapes, 1946-2000 and undated." VT-20360/39

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Photographs (P-4589-4625).

Transcription Discs (TR-20360/887-1049)

Open Reel Tapes (FT-20360/12517-12695)

Audiocassettes (FS-20360/7298-7369)

Videotapes (VT-20360/1-39)

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Processing Information

Processed by: Kirston C. Johnson and Kelly Kress, October 2005

Encoded by: Kirston C. Johnson, November 2005

Finding aid updated for digitization by: Amanda Loeb, October 2012

Preservation of and access to the Ed Kahn Collection was made possible through a grant from the Grammy Foundation.

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