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Collection Number: 30002

Collection Title: Southern Folklife Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989

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Size 79 items
Abstract Southern Folklife Collection Moving Image Materials were compiled, 1972-1989, from various sources, including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Folklore Department and the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. The collection includes videotapes on North Carolina and South Carolina history, town life, culture, religion, and churches; folklife, folk art, and folk music; African American music, dance, and verse; medicine shows; Confederate officer Zebulon Baird Vance; African American slave Denmark Vesey; musicians Pink Anderson, Henry Johnson, Willie Trice, Dink Roberts, Guitar Shorty, Jamie Alston, Wilber Atwater, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, and John Dee Holeman; the Blue Grass Rangers; folklorist Bruce Bastine; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Glenn Hinson; and filmmakers Tom Rankin, Beverly Boggs, Rosemarie Hester, Vik Lukas, Cecelia Conway, Tom Davenport, Joan Fenton, and Roger Manley. There are some interviews with and performances by blues and folk musicians, and some items include storytelling. Locations in North Carolina include Badin, Weaverville, Hot Springs, Durham, Elizabethtown, Pittsboro, and Creedmore. Locations in South Carolina include Spartanburg, Union, Wadmalaw Island, and Johns Island. All of the videotapes are U-Matic, 1/2-inch open reel, and 2-inch videotapes with sound. Both field recordings and documentary films are represented.
Language English
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[Identification of item], in the Southern Folklife Collection Moving Image Materials #30002, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Collection assembled by Southern Folklife Collection staff from various sources (Acc. 101427)
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Southern Folklife Collection Moving Image Materials were compiled, 1972-1989, from various sources, including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Folklore Department and the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. The collection includes videotapes on North Carolina and South Carolina history, town life, culture, religion, and churches; folklife, folk art, and folk music; African American music, dance, and verse; medicine shows; Confederate officer Zebulon Baird Vance; African American slave Denmark Vesey; musicians Pink Anderson, Henry Johnson, Willie Trice, Dink Roberts, Guitar Shorty, Jamie Alston, Wilber Atwater, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, and John Dee Holeman; the Blue Grass Rangers; folklorist Bruce Bastine; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor Glenn Hinson; and filmmakers Tom Rankin, Beverly Boggs, Rosemarie Hester, Vik Lukas, Cecelia Conway, Tom Davenport, Joan Fenton, and Roger Manley. There are some interviews with and performances by blues and folk musicians, and some items include storytelling. Locations in North Carolina include Badin, Weaverville, Hot Springs, Durham, Elizabethtown, Pittsboro, and Creedmore. Locations in South Carolina include Spartanburg, Union, Wadmalaw Island, and Johns Island. All of the videotapes are U-Matic, 1/2-inch open reel, and 2-inch videotapes with sound. Both field recordings and documentary films are represented.

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79 items.

Arrangement: numeric by format.

Videotape VFL-30002/16

Fishbailing #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/16

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/17

Fishbailing #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/17

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/18

Fishbailing #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/18

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/22

Zebulon Baird Vance #1 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/22

U-Matic

15 minutes

Footage of Zebulon Baird Vance's birthplace in Weaverville, N.C.

Videotape VFL-30002/23

Zebulon Baird Vance #2 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/23

U-Matic

15 minutes

Footage of Zebulon Baird Vance's birthplace in Weaverville, N.C.

Videotape VFL-30002/24

Zebulon Baird Vance #3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/24

U-Matic

15 minutes

Footage of Zebulon Baird Vance's birthplace and Pioneer Days

Videotape VFL-30002/25

Zebulon Baird Vance #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/25

U-Matic

15 minutes

Footage of Zebulon Baird Vance and Pioneer Days

Videotape VFL-30002/26

Badin: Tape 1 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/26

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/27

Union Hall Interview: Tape 2 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/27

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/28

Union Hall Interview: Tape 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/28

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/29

Union Hall Interview: Tape 4 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/29

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VFL-30002/30

Badin, 1979 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/30

U-Matic

15 minutes

Badin, N.C. interviews for documentary Aluminum Town. Recorded by Rosemarie Hester

Videotape VFL-30002/31

Badin Demo First Half, 1979 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/31

U-Matic

15 minutes

Container reads "same footage and sound as Aluminum Town final copy but no superimposed titles". Recorded by Rosemarie Hester.

Videotape VFL-30002/32

Badin: Demo Second Half Aluminum Town, 1979 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/32

U-Matic

15 minutes

Recorded by Rosemarie Hester

Videotape VFL-30002/33

Aluminum Town, 1979 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/33

U-Matic

26 minutes

Produced by the Office of Folklife Program and Rosemarie Hester for the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. Documentary about the creation of Badin, N.C. Recorded by Rosemarie Hester.

Videotape VFL-30002/34

Aluminum Town, master, 1979 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/34

U-Matic

26 minutes

Documentary about the creation of Badin, N.C. Recorded by Rosemarie Hester.

Videotape VFL-30002/35

Gordon and Leslie Ft. Film, Tape #6 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VFL-30002/35

U-Matic

15 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/100

The Chief and Peg Leg Sam, 17 September 1972 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/100

1/2" Open Reel Video

60 minutes

Medicine show taped in Pittsboro, N.C. The Chief and Peg Leg Sam alternate positions as sellers while each entertains through narrative, harmonica playing, and song. Recorded by Cecelia Conway.

Videotape VOR-30002/101

Jack Tales and Ballads, June 1970 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/101

1/2" Open Reel Video

60 minutes

Jack Tales and ballads told by Maud Long of Hot Springs, N.C. Produced by the Curriculum Laboratory at Mars Hill College for their Appalachian Workshops.

Videotape VOR-30002/102

Shape Note Singings, 1971 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/102

1/2" Open Reel Video

60 minutes

Shape note singing sessions led by Sacred Harp song leaders Ruth Denson Edwards, Lloyd Redding, Raymond Hamrick, Bob Denson, and others and a singing school taught by Ruth McGraw. Recorded by WGTV.

Videotape VOR-30002/103

Dink Roberts, 13-17 November 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/103

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Dink Roberts, an African American banjo player, recording in his home. Recorded by Vic Lukas.

Videotape VOR-30002/104

Dink Roberts, 13-17 November 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/104

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Dink Roberts, with his wife Lisa, son James, and daughter Ada accompanying on banjo and slide guitar. Recorded by Vic Lukas.

Videotape VOR-30002/105

Jesus House of Prayer, 26 April 1981: tape 1 of 5 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/105

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Service at the Jesus House of Prayer Church in Durham, N.C. Recorded by Tom Rankin and Beverly Boggs.

Videotape VOR-30002/106

Jesus House of Prayer, 26 April 1981: tape 2 of 5 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/106

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Service at the Jesus House of Prayer Church in Durham, N.C. Recorded by Tom Rankin and Beverly Boggs.

Videotape VOR-30002/107

Jesus House of Prayer, 26 April 1981: tape 3 of 5 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/107

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Service at the Jesus House of Prayer Church in Durham, N.C. Recorded by Tom Rankin and Beverly Boggs.

Videotape VOR-30002/108

Jesus House of Prayer, 26 April 1981: tape 4 of 5 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/108

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Service at the Jesus House of Prayer Church in Durham, N.C. Recorded by Tom Rankin and Beverly Boggs.

Videotape VOR-30002/109

Jesus House of Prayer, 26 April 1981: tape 5 of 5 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/109

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Service at the Jesus House of Prayer Church in Durham, N.C. Recorded by Tom Rankin and Beverly Boggs.

Videotape VOR-30002/110

Willie Trice, 9 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/110

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Willie Trice performs "Nearer My God to Thee," "There's a Man Around Taking Names," "I Ain't Got No Baby to Help Me," and "Wild Bill." Recorded by Joan Fenton.

Videotape VOR-30002/111

Willie Trice, 9 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/111

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Recorded by Joan Fenton.

Videotape VOR-30002/112

Henry Johnson, 13 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/112

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Henry Johnson of Union, S.C. performs on electric slide guitar.

Videotape VOR-30002/113

Pink Anderson and Henry Johnson, 13 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/113

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Pink Anderson talks about medicine shows from his home in Spartanburg, S.C. and Henry Johnson of Union, S.C. performs "Lovin Blues" and "Rollin-Tumblin".

Videotape VOR-30002/114

Henry Johnson, 13 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/114

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Henry Johnson of Union, S.C. performs on slide guitar, electric guitar, harp and vocals.

Videotape VOR-30002/115

John Snipes, 10 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/115

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Banjo selections include "Going Down the Road", "Hi Lo My Darling", "Going Away From Home", "Oh Me Trouble I Do See", "Lauree Lee", and "Fox Chase".

Videotape VOR-30002/116

Nellie Mae Rowe: Folk Artist, 23 August 1975 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/116

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Documentary on Nellie Mae Rowe, a folk artist from Vinings, Ga. Produced by Charles Brown.

Videotape VOR-30002/117

Annie Hooper: A Blessing From The Source, October 1979: tape 1 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/117

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Narrative about Annie Hooper, a folk artist from Buxton, N.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/118

Annie Hooper: A Blessing From The Source, October 1979: tape 2 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/118

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Narrative about Annie Hooper, a folk artist from Buxton, N.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/119

Annie Hooper: A Blessing From The Source, October 1979: tape 3 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/119

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Narrative about Annie Hooper is a folk artist from Buxton, N.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/120

The Joy Will Come, 10 August 1980: tape 1 of 4 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/120

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Church service at the New Jerusalem AME Church on Wadmalaw Island, S.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/121

The Joy Will Come, 10 August 1980: tape 2 of 4 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/121

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Church service at the New Jerusalem AME Church on Wadmalaw Island, S.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/122

The Joy Will Come, 10 August 1980: tape 3 of 4 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/122

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Church service at the New Jerusalem AME Church on Wadmalaw Island, S.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/123

The Joy Will Come, 10 August 1980: tape 4 of 4 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/123

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Church service at the New Jerusalem AME Church on Wadmalaw Island, S.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VOR-30002/124

Downtown Community TV #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/124

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

VTR series for WNET.

Videotape VOR-30002/125

Betty Boensch: A Video Sketch #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/125

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/126

Guitar Shorty, 7 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/126

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Guitar Shorty (otherwise known as John Henry Fortesque) performs three drunken blues songs.

Videotape VOR-30002/127

Guitar Shorty, 7 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/127

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Guitar Shorty, otherwise known as John Henry Fortesque, performs "Ain't It Sweet", "God Move Out", and "Lord Care for Me". Betty Whitaker, Ernestine Vick and Lena Fortesque provide accompaniment.

Videotape VOR-30002/128

The Bluegrass Rangers Concert #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/128

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Selections by Chris Bundlach, Bruce Lillienthal, and Danielle Fraley. Faye Pope demonstrates quilting and Linda Larrimore performs with the Berea College Puppet Theatre.

Videotape VOR-30002/129

Jamie Alston and Wilber Atwater, 11 January 1973: tape 1 of 2 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/129

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/130

Jamie Alston and Wilber Atwater, 11 January 1973: tape 2 of 2 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/130

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/131

Bruce Bastin Collection, 11-12 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/131

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Interview with Bruce Bastin discussing North Carolina, the Depression, agriculture and more.

Videotape VOR-30002/132

Bruce Bastin Collection, 12 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/132

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Bastin introduces musicians Jamie Alston, Wilber Atwater, John Snipes, Pink Anderson and Henry Johnson.

Videotape VOR-30002/133

Pink Anderson, 13 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/133

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Pink Anderson, guitarist from Spartanburg, S.C. performs "She Knows How to Stretch It", "Ain't Nobody Home But Me", "You Don't Know What the Lord Told Me" and "Candy Man".

Videotape VOR-30002/134

Granny Woman #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/134

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Recorded in Johnson City, Tenn. Recorded by Broadside Television.

Videotape VOR-30002/135

Elizabethtown #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/135

1/2" Open Reel Video

23 minutes

Documentary about Elizabethtown, N.C.

Videotape VOR-30002/136

Denmark Vesey: tape 1 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/136

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/137

Denmark Vesey: tape 2 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/137

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/138

Denmark Vesey: tape 3 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/138

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Videotape VOR-30002/139

Family Photo: Irene Brown, 1976 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/139

1/2" Open Reel Video

19 minutes, 5 seconds

Sponsored by the South Carolina Arts Commission. Irene Brown is from Johns Island, S.C.

Videotape VOR-30002/140

The Note Singers, March 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/140

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Produced by Louisburg Folk Festival.

Videotape VOR-30002/141

Lost in Place: A History of Cajun Music, 15 March 1977 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/141

2" Open Reel Video

24 minutes, 46 seconds

Produced by KFDM TV in Beaumont, Tex.

Videotape VOR-30002/142

Guitar Shorty, 7 January 1973 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VOR-30002/142

1/2" Open Reel Video

30 minutes

Blues house party with Guitar Shorty, otherwise known as John Henry Fortesque.

Videotape VUT-30002/100

Born for Hard Luck #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/100

U-Matic

30 minutes

Recorded by Tom Davenport.

Videotape VUT-30002/101

Crossroads: North Carolina African American Heritage Tour, 2 August 1990 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/101

U-Matic

30 minutes

Recorded by M. Ely.

Videotape VUT-30002/102

A Singing Stream: Ten Minute Sample #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/102

U-Matic

30 minutes

Content sample for submission with grant applications. Recorded by Tom Davenport.

Videotape VUT-30002/103

Golden Echoes Anniversary Concert, 1972: tape 1 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/103

U-Matic

30 minutes

Recorded by Vic Lukas in Creedmore, N.C.

Videotape VUT-30002/104

Golden Echoes Anniversary Concert, 1972: tape 2 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/104

U-Matic

30 minutes

Recorded by Vic Lukas in Creedmore, N.C.

Videotape VUT-30002/105

Golden Echoes Anniversary Concert, 1972: tape 3 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/105

U-Matic

30 minutes

Recorded by Vic Lukas in Creedmore, N.C.

Videotape VUT-30002/106

The Joy Will Come, 2 December 1980 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/106

U-Matic

47 minutes

Portions of a service at the Jerusalem AME Church on Wadmalaw Island, S.C. Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VUT-30002/107

The Joy Will Come #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/107

U-Matic

60 minutes

Recorded by Roger Manley.

Videotape VUT-30002/108

The Last Hog Killing, 1982 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/108

U-Matic

30 minutes

Field project for D.W. Patterson's Folklore in the South course. Recorded by Michael Barnes.

Videotape VUT-30002/109

Shape Note Singings, 1971 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/109

U-Matic

60 minutes

Shape-note singing sessions led by Sacred Harp song leaders Ruth Denson Edwards, Loyd Redding, Raymond Hamrick, Bob Denson, and others. Produced by WGTV.

Videotape VUT-30002/110

Nellie Mae Rowe: Folk Artist #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/110

U-Matic

30 minutes

Videotape VUT-30002/111

It Used to Be #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/111

U-Matic

28 minutes

Videotape VUT-30002/112

Bicentennial Film 1: Our Heritage #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/112

U-Matic

29 minutes

Videotape VUT-30002/113

CBS Odyssey: Music of the South #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/113

U-Matic

60 minutes

Videotape VUT-30002/114

Three Island Woman, 1976 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/114

U-Matic

30 minutes

Interviews with South Carolina Sea Islands women: 82-year-old Mamie Fields from Johns Island, S.C., 87-year-old Gullah speaker Cecilla Jenkins from Wadmalaw Island, S.C., and 115-year-old Anna Green from Yonges Island, S.C. Recorded by Bill Robinson and Charles Brown.

Videotape VUT-30002/115

Black Tradition in Music, Dance, and Verse: tape 1 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/115

U-Matic

20 minutes

Robin Handley, Glenn Hinson, Quentin Holloway, and Horace Williams.

Videotape VUT-30002/116

Black Tradition in Music, Dance, and Verse: tape 2 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/116

U-Matic

20 minutes

Horace Williams.

Videotape VUT-30002/117

Black Tradition in Music, Dance, and Verse: tape 3 of 3 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/117

U-Matic

20 minutes

John Dee Holeman, Holeman and Holloway, and Horace Williams.

Videotape VUT-30002/118

Music Makers of the Blue Ridge, 1965 #30002, Series: "Southern Folklore Collection Moving Image Materials, 1972-1989." VUT-30002/118

U-Matic

60 minutes

Documentary about musician Bascom Lamar Lunsford, featuring folk musicians from Buncombe County, N.C. Recorded by David Hoffman of NETV.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Library Staff, May 2010

Encoded by: Kyla Sweet, May 2010

Encoded by: Samantha Leonard, March 2011

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