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Collection Number: 20002

Collection Title: Archie Green Collection, 1944-2009

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Size 277.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 124,000 items)
Abstract Archie Green (1917-2009), a white folklorist, labor historian, and public sector advocate, graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1939 and then worked in San Francisco shipyards, served in the United States Navy in World War II, and was active in several labor organizations. He earned an M.L.S. degree from the University of Illinois and a Ph.D. in folklore from the University of Pennsylvania. Green joined the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1960, where he was librarian and later served also as an instructor in the English Department until 1972. In 1973, Green took on a creative role at the Labor Studies Center in Washington, D.C., in part assisting with the Smithsonian Institution's Festival of American Folklife and labor participation in the Bicentennial celebrations. At the same time, he produced sound recordings, conducted fieldwork, and wrote extensively. He was active in the John Edwards Memorial Foundation and in the movement to establish the Center for American Folklife (1976). Green retired from the University of Texas at Austin in the early 1980s to San Francisco, Calif., where he continued to work collaboratively with many individuals and institutions dedicated to the study of folklore and the preservation of folklife. Archie Green died in March 2009. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, research materials, writings, photographs, audio recordings, moving images, and other materials pertaining chiefly to Green's professional activities, circa 1955-2008. Materials reflect Green's interests in the study of folklore; occupational folklore, with special emphasis on songs relating to textile workers, railroad workers, coal miners, and cowboys; labor history, especially the 1919 riot in Centralia, Wash.; early country (hillbilly) music; sound recording archives; folk musicians; and production and collection of sound recordings. There are also materials relating to Green's research and teaching activities and participation in professional associations, music and folklore festivals, and the faculty labor union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The additions to the papers of Archie Green build on and expand the topical content of the original deposit. Beyond the subjects already described, notable topics represented in these additions include Green's lobbying efforts on behalf of the Citizens' Committee for an American Folklife Foundation (CCAFF) to establish the American Folklife Center; songs relating to oil field, longshore, and cannery workers, and to the Homestead Strike; songs and history of wobblies and the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); the 1913 Wheatland, Calif., riot; folk art, labor art, and artists, and artists; unions and working culture of shipwrights, pile drivers, millwrights and carpenters, loggers, and maritime, steel, sheetmetal, and timber workers; labor landmarks throughout the United States, but especially in the San Francisco Bay area; the history of federal government support for folk life; the role of public sector/applied folklore in the preservation of folklore and cultural conservation; the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Project; and graphic art representations of folklore and labor themes, including depictions of folk hero John Henry. In these projects, he worked with many folklorists, musicologists, and others. Green collected a wide variety of materials on folk and labor themes, including art and music; newsletters; pamphlets, bibliographies; work songs; work tales; and posters, clippings, and other ephemera. His papers also include the extensive collections of labor lyrics and musical scores and pamphlets on socialism and labor topics from John Neuhaus. Other materials in the additions document Green's teaching career at the University of Texas; his participation in organizations dedicated to the study of labor history and culture, such as the Fund for Labor Culture & History and the San Francisco State University Labor Archives and Research Center; collaboration with John Neuhaus on the "Big Red Songbook" and Peter Tamony on etymology of labor slang terms; and a long relationship with the University of North Carolina, where he gave lectures, organized conferences, and led fundraising for the John Edwards Memorial Foundation Fund and an occupational folklore fellowship. There is some documentation of Green's personal finances, especially his budget for books, records, and journals, and some biographical materials. Audio, video, and film recordings from the original deposit and the additions are filed together in Series 10. Audio recordings include field recordings, lectures, live performances, interviews and commercial recordings relating to Archie Green's research on hillbilly music and labor songs, while the video recordings consist of published and unpublished documentary materials relating to laborlore and American vernacular music as well as video from memorial events for Archie Green in 2009. Some of the individuals, organizations, and events represented in this collection appear as access points in the online catalog terms section of this finding aid but researchers are advised to keyword search throughout the finding aid for additional name, place and subject terms.
Creator Green, Archie.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Folklife Collection.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
This collection contains additional materials that are not available for immediate or same day access. This collection contains unprocessed materials that are currently not available to researchers. For information about access to these materials, contact Research and Instructional Services staff at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu. Please be advised that preparing unprocessed materials for access can be a lengthy process.
Access to audio and moving image materials may require production of listening or viewing copies.
This collection contains digital listening or viewing copies that are accessible only on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or through authentication with an ONYEN. Access to select streaming audio or moving image materials is limited to the UNC Chapel Hill campus. University affiliates who can authenticate with an ONYEN can stream from off campus. For further information about access to audio and moving image materials contact Research and Instructional Services staff at Wilsonlibrary@unc.edu
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No usage restrictions.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Archie Green Collection #20002, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Special Collections Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Archie Green of San Francisco, Calif., in February 1989 (Acc. 89012) and March 2006 (Acc. 100347); Nancy Solomon of Port Washington, N.Y., in August 2009 (Acc. 101149); Derek Green of Montara, Calif., in April 2010 (Acc. 101277); Robert Cantwell of Chapel Hill, N.C. (Acc. 102679); Tad Hershorn in December 2016 (Acc. 103017); and from Donna Reid in January 2017 (Acc. 103019).
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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Processed by: Leila Childs, 1996

Encoded by: Kathryn Roth, April 2008

Finding aid updated in August 2011 by SHC Staff because of additions.

Finding aid updated by: Wilson Technical Services Staff, August 2016

Finding aid updated by: Anne Wells, November 2016

Finding aid updated by Nancy Kaiser, January 2017, because of addition and photographs returned to the Archie Green Collection from the Southern Folklike Collection general photographs.

Finding aid updated by: Anne Wells, March 2017, September 2018, August 2019

Finding aid updated by: Dawne Howard Lucas, September 2020, May 2021

Updated by: Laura Hart, February 2021, May 2021

Note that in the original deposit Archie Green's file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained. This is particularly true in reference to materials relating to specific projects. Because of this effort to maintain original order, researchers will find a certain amount of overlap among materials in different series. Researchers are therefore cautioned to check folder lists for all series for materials that may be of interest to them.

In the additions to this collection, Archie Green's file folder titles and headings for the most part have been retained, though alphabetical order has been imposed on the headings to facilitate topical browsing. There are many interconnected subject files throughout the original deposit and these additions. Researchers are advised to search throughout the collection and to consider a wide range of access points for topics of interest as there is overlap of content among many files with different titles.

Researchers are also directed to field tapes and other audio, video, and film recordings that may be relevant to their research. Both the original deposit and additions have been combined to form Series 10. Audiovisual Materials.

Since August 2017, we have added ethnic and racial identities for individuals and families represented in collections. To determine identity, we rely on self-identification; other information supplied to the repository by collection creators or sources; public records, press accounts, and secondary sources; and contextual information in the collection materials. Omissions of ethnic and racial identities in finding aids created or updated after August 2017 are an indication of insufficient information to make an educated guess or an individual's preference for identity information to be excluded from description. When we have misidentified, please let us know at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu.

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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

Clicking on a subject heading below will take you into the University Library's online catalog.

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Archie Green (1917-2009) was an eminent scholar in the area of occupational folklore. He worked in a variety of capacities as a folklorist--archivist, field worker, professor, and public sector advocate. He was best known for his work with labor materials and early hillbilly music recordings.

Archie (Aaron) Green grew up in southern California, began college at UCLA, and then transferred to the University of California at Berkeley from which he was graduated in 1939. After working in the shipyards in San Francisco, serving in the Navy in World War II, and becoming active in several labor organizations, Green returned to academia. He received his M.L.S. from the University of Illinois and his Ph.D. in folklore from the University of Pennsylvania.

Green joined the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1960 and served there as librarian and later jointly as an instructor in the English Department until 1972. In 1973, Green took on a creative role at the Labor Studies Center in Washington, D.C., in part assisting with the Smithsonian Institution's Festival of American Folklife and labor participation in the Bicentennial celebrations. At the same time, he was producing albums, conducting fieldwork, teaching, lecturing, and writing articles. He was active in the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (now Forum) from its inception and lobbied Congress to pass the American Folklife Foundation Act, which it did in 1976, establishing the Center for American Folklife.

Green retired as professor emeritus from the University of Texas at Austin in the early 1980s to his home in San Francisco, Calif., where he continued to work collaboratively on research and other projects with many individuals and institutions dedicated to the study of folklore and the preservation of folklife. He received an honorary degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1991. Archie Green died in March 2009.

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The original deposit of papers of folklorist Archie Green includes correspondence, research materials, writings, photographs, and other materials pertaining chiefly to Green's professional activities, circa 1955-1975. Materials reflect Green's interests in the study of folklore; occupational folklore, with special emphasis on songs relating to textile workers, railroad workers, coal miners, and cowboys; labor history, especially the 1919 riot in Centralia, Wash.; early country (hillbilly) music; sound recording archives; folk musicians; and production and collection of sound recordings. There are also materials relating to Green's research and teaching activities and participation in professional associations, music and folklore festivals, and the faculty labor union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

The additions to the papers of Archie Green build on and expand the topical content of the original deposit. Notable topics represented in these additions include Green's lobbying efforts on behalf of the Citizens' Committee for an American Folklife Foundation (CCAFF) to establish the American Folklife Center; singers and songwriters, including Earl Robinson, Joe Hill, Merle Travis, Leadbelly, and many others; songs relating to textile, railroad, oil field, and longshore and cannery workers, coal miners, cowboys, and the Homestead Strike; songs and history of wobblies and the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); labor history, including riots in Wheatland, Calif., in 1913 and in Centralia, Wash., in 1919; folk art, labor art, and artists, such as Tom Benton, Lili Rethi, Miguel Covarrubias, and John Noble; unions and working culture of shipwrights, pile drivers (also called pile butts), millwrights and carpenters, loggers, and maritime, steel, sheetmetal, and timber workers; labor landmarks throughout the United States, but especially in the San Francisco Bay area; the history of federal government support for folk life; the history of the study of folklore; the role of public sector/applied folklore in the preservation of folklore and cultural conservation; the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Project; and graphic art representations of folklore and labor themes, including depictions of folk hero John Henry. Green also collected a wide variety of materials on folk and labor themes, including art and music; newsletters; pamphlets and bibliographies; work songs; work tales; and posters, clippings, and other ephemera.

Other materials in the additions document Green's teaching career at the University of Texas; his work with organizations dedicated to the study of folklore and labor history and culture, such as the Institute for Folk Culture, the Fund for Labor Culture & History, and the San Francisco State University Labor Archives and Research Center; folk festivals, including the National Folk Festival; his prolific research and public presentations at conferences and other events; and his participation in professional associations, especially the American Folklore Society. Green's long-time collaborators in these associations and on conferences, festschrifts, musical compilations, and other projects include Brenda McCallum, Judy McCulloh, Gilbert Mers, Norm Cohen, Ron Cohen, Richard Reuss, Alan Jabbour, Joe Gladstone, and many others. Green also worked collaboratively with a number of institutions, including the University of North Carolina, where he gave lectures, organized conferences, and led fundraising for the John Edwards Memorial Foundation Fund and an occupational folklore fellowship.

Green's close collaboration with John Neuhaus on the "Big Red Songbook" is documented in the series of John Neuhaus papers. This file group also includes Neuhaus's miscellaneous research materials and notes on the I.W.W.; labor lyrics and musical scores, many handwritten into scrapbooks by Neuhaus; an extensive collection of sheet music and pamphlets on socialism and labor topics; and a Katie Phar Song scrapbook compiled by Herb Tulin. Likewise, the series of Peter Tamony papers includes materials that document their common interest in the etymology of labor slang terms, as well as other materials, including Green's memorial tribute to Peter Tamony; posthumous efforts to place Tamony's files in an archive; Green's Tamony Day lecture in 1986; a small amount of Tamony's research materials on American slang terms; and books, some with markings and notes, from Tamony's personal library relating to American slang, etymology, and labor studies; and other related materials.

The remaining materials in these additions are financial or biographical in nature. Green's financial materials include files of book, journal, and record expenses and routine banking, pension, and asset information. Other papers include biographical information about Archie Green in various formats, including curriculum vita, bibliography, newspaper clippings, family history, obituaries, memorials, tributes, photographs, and an oral history interview.

Audio, video, and film recordings from the original deposit and the additions are filed together in Series 10. Audiovisual Materials. Audio recordings include field recordings, lectures, live performances, interviews and commercial recordings relating to Archie Green's research on hillbilly music and labor songs, while the video recordings consist of published and unpublished documentary materials relating to laborlore and American vernacular music, as well as video from memorial events for Archie Green in 2009. The series also includes unidentified films, including a home movie and footage of a 1937 labor rally.

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Original Deposit: 1. General Correspondence and Related Items, circa 1964-1975.
Original Deposit: 2. Financial and Legal Materials, 1960-1972.
Original Deposit: 3. Subject Files, circa 1965-1972.
Original Deposit: 4. Projects, circa 1965-1972.
4.1 American Folklife Foundation
4.2 Babies in the Mill.
4.3 Blue Sky Boys.
4.4 The Carolina Tar Heels.
4.5 The Carter Family.
4.6 Coal.
4.6.1 Coal Discography.
4.6.2 Coal Mining Photographs.
4.7 Sarah Ogan Gunning.
4.8 Hard Times.
4.9 Hillbilly Music and Image.
4.10 Hobo Songs.
4.11 Aunt Molly Jackson.
4.12 Reverend Andre Blind Andy Jenkins.
4.13 Labor Discography.
4.14 Labor History.
4.15 Labor Lore.
4.16 John Neuhaus.
4.17 Glenn Ohrlin.
4.18 Railroad in Folksong.
4.19 Railroad Songs and Ballads.
4.20 Roberts-Martin-Roberts Aggregation.
4.21 Sacred Songs.
4.22 Sound Recordings.
4.23 Textile Mill Songs.
4.24 Tipple, Loom & Rail.
4.25 Henry Whitter.
4.26 Will the Weaver.
4.27 The Workers in the Dawn.
4.28 General Projects.
4.28.1 Field Work, circa 1961-1971.
4.28.2 Lectures, circa 1959-1972.
4.28.3 Reviews, circa 1957-1970.
4.28.4 Teaching, circa 1967-1969.
Original Deposit: 5. Festivals, circa 1958-1972.
Original Deposit: 6. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus Folk Song Club, circa 1961-1972.
Original Deposit: 7. John Edwards, circa 1955-1971.
Original Deposit: 8. Professional Organizations, circa 1954-1972.
Original Deposit: 9. Other Papers.
Additions of March 2006, July 2009, and April 2010.
Additions: General Correspondence and Related Materials.
Additions: Alphabetical Correspondence.
Additions: Chronological Correspondence.
Additions: Subject and Project Files.
Additions: Posters and Other Printed Materials.
Additions: John Neuhaus Papers.
Additions: Peter Tamony Papers.
Additions: Financial Papers.
Additions: Other Papers.
Original Deposit and Additions: 10. Audiovisual Materials
10.1. Audio Recordings and Related Materials.
10.1.1 Audiodiscs.
10.1.1 Audiocassettes.
10.1.3 Open Reel Audio.
10.1.4 Compact Discs.
10.1.5 Song folios.
10.1.6 Documentation.
10.2. Video Recordings.
10.3. Motion Picture Films.

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About 6,575 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by correspondent.

General correspondence with traditional artists; folklorists; labor organizations, organizers, and scholars; book publishers; record companies and collectors; students, fans, and others. Some files also contain writings, newspaper clippings, interview notes, and other materials relating to the correspondence. Additional correspondence pertaining to specific topics and/or projects is filed throughout the collection. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1

Abrahams, Roger

Folder 2

Abrams, Howard

Folder 3

Adams, Dick

Folder 4

Adkins, Paul

Folder 5

Adler, Tom

Folder 6-7

Folder 6

Folder 7

AFL-CIO Department of Education

Folder 8

Allen, Jont

Folder 9

Aller, Curtis

Folder 10

Anderson, Geneva

Folder 11

Anderson, George and Gerry

Folder 12

Anderson, John

Folder 13

Archive of New Orleans Jazz

Folder 14

Archive Traditional

Folder 15

Arhoolie Records

Folder 16

Ascarelli, Maria

Folder 17

Asch, Moses

Folder 18

Averill, Patricia

Folder 19

A Miscellaneous

Folder 20-21

Folder 20

Folder 21

Baker, Johnny

Folder 22

Bakke, E. Wright

Folder 23

Bankers Mortgage Company of California

Folder 24

Barlow, Harold

Folder 25

Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth

Folder 26

Barton, Tom

Folder 27

Becker, Bill

Folder 28

Bernstein, Irving

Folder 29

Bikel, Theo

Folder 30

Black, Henry

Folder 31

Block, Bob

Folder 32

Bluestein, Gene

Folder 33-34

Folder 33

Folder 34

Bogard, Thomas

Folder 35-36

Folder 35

Folder 36

Boggs, Dock

Folder 37

Bontemps, Arna

Folder 38

Bokelman, Marina

Folder 39

Botkin, Ben

Folder 40

Boyd, Joe

Folder 41

Boyd, Joe D.

Folder 42

Bradshaw, Emily

Folder 43

Brazier, Dick

Folder 44

Brockman, Polk

Folder 45

Bronson, Bertrand

Folder 46

Brown, Fleming

Folder 47

Brown, Ray

Folder 48

Brunvand, Jan

Folder 49

Burke, Robert

Folder 50

Burns, Dick

Folder 51

Burrison, John

Folder 52

Bush, Bill

Folder 53

Bush, Michael

Folder 54

Bussard, Joe

Folder 55

Byington, Bob

Folder 56

B Miscellaneous

Folder 57

Cantwell, Robert

Folder 58

Carlisle, Bill

Folder 59

Carawan, Guy

Folder 60

Carpenters' Local Union Number 2164

Folder 61

Cash, Johnny

Folder 62

Chicago Daily News

Folder 63

Clarke, Ken

Folder 64

Cleary, Don

Folder 65

Clifton, Bill

Folder 66

Coffin, Tristram

Folder 67

Cohen, Joel and Mary

Folder 68

Cohen, John

Folder 69-70

Folder 69

Folder 70

Cohen, Norm

Folder 71

Cohn, Lawrence

Folder 72

Communications Workers of America

Folder 73

Cook, Alice

Folder 74

"Country and Western Roundabout"

Folder 75

"Country News and Views"

Folder 76

Cray, Ed

Folder 77

Cameron, Ken

Folder 78

C Miscellaneous

Folder 79

Daniels, Harlan

Folder 80

David, Herb and Mary

Folder 81

Deane, Ernie

Folder 82

Decca Records (Milt Gabler)

Folder 83

Delmark Records (Bob Koester)

Folder 84

Deneumoustier, Lou

Folder 85

Denisoff, Serge

Folder 86

Denny, J. William

Folder 87

Dennis, Barbara

Folder 88

Dixon, Robert

Folder 89

Dorson, Richard

Folder 90

Donahue, Sonya and Gil

Folder 91

Drochetz, Joe

Folder 92

Drzewiecki, Victor

Folder 93

Dundes, Alan

Folder 94

Dunford, Patrick

Folder 95

Dunson, Josh

Folder 96

D Miscellaneous

Folder 97

Earle, Eugene

Folder 98

Earle, Eugene: Photographs

Folder 99

Ellington, Richard

Folder 100-101

Folder 100

Folder 101

Elliot, Ramblin' Jack

Folder 102

Elster, Sandy and Ernie

Folder 103

Endicott, Paul

Folder 104

Evans, Dave

Folder 105

E Miscellaneous

Folder 106

Faier, Billy

Folder 107

Feldman, Lisa

Folder 108

Ferris, Bill

Folder 109

Fife, Austin and Alta

Folder 110

Fish, Hye and Lydia

Folder 111

Flanagan, John T.

Folder 112

Flerlage, Ray

Folder 113

Folk Legacy Records (Sandy Paton)

Folder 114

Foreman, Ronald C.

Folder 115

Fortune, Phillip

Folder 116

Fowke, Edith

Folder 117

Frankenstein, Alfred

Folder 118

Freeman, David

Folder 119

Freseman, Joan (Odgen) and Alan

Folder 120

Freseman, Laura Alice

Folder 121

Friedland, William

Folder 122

Friedman, Albert

Folder 123

Fusfield, Daniel

Folder 124

F Miscellaneous

Folder 125

Gallagher, Mary

Folder 126

Gentry, Linell

Folder 127

Gibson, Garth

Folder 128

Givens, Bill

Folder 129

Glassie, Henry

Folder 130-131

Folder 130

Folder 131

Glazer, Joe

Folder 132

Gleason, Ralph

Folder 133

Goldstein, Kenneth

Folder 134

Goodey, Brian

Folder 135

Gottlieb, Lou

Folder 136

Gottstein, Ruth

Folder 137

Grams, Alice

Folder 138

Green, Abel

Folder 139

Breen, Ann

Folder 140

Greenberg, Mark

Folder 141

Greenhill, Manuel

Folder 142

Greenway, John

Folder 143

Greer, I. G.

Folder 144

G Miscellaneous

Folder 145

Hadfield, Jim

Folder 146

Hagan, Chet

Folder 147

Haight, Frank and Mary

Folder 148

Hall, Mike

Folder 149

Hand, Wayland

Folder 150

Handcox, John

Folder 151

Hansers, Jo Ann

Folder 152

Haring, Lee

Folder 153

Hartford, John

Folder 154

Haskett, Bill

Folder 155

Healy, Robert

Folder 156

Hearne, Will Roy

Folder 157

Heilfurth, Gerhard

Folder 158

Hentoff, Nat

Folder 159

Herling, John

Folder 160

Herring, Merritt

Folder 161

Hille, Waldemar

Folder 162

Hockenhull, Jim

Folder 163

Hoeptner, Fred

Folder 164

Hoffman, Frank

Folder 165-167

Folder 165

Folder 166

Folder 167

Holiday Cards

Folder 168

Holister, Lloyd and Martha

Folder 169

Horton, Roy

Folder 170

Hudson, Arthur Palmer

Folder 171

Hulan, Richard

Folder 172

Hyland, Robert

Folder 173

H Miscellaneous

Folder 174

Ingvolstad, Paul

Folder 175

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Folder 176

International Woodworker of America (Elwood Taub)

Folder 177

Ives, Edward D. (Sandy)

Folder 178

Jack's Record Cellar (Norman Pierce)

Folder 179

Jackson, Bruce

Folder 180

Jacobs, Mark

Folder 181

Jeffrey, Newman

Folder 182

John, Ardy

Folder 183

Johnson, Ted

Folder 184-185

Folder 184

Folder 185

Jones, Curtis

Folder 186

Jydstrup, Doug

Folder 187

J Miscellaneous

Folder 188

Kagan, Shel

Folder 189

Kahn, Ed

Folder 190

Kanar, Richard

Folder 191-193

Folder 191

Folder 192

Folder 193

Kazee, Buell

Folder 194

Keepers, W. Lloyd

Folder 195

Kemnitzer, Luis

Folder 196

Kennelly, Tamara

Folder 197

Kent, Don

Folder 198

Kerridge, Bonnie

Folder 199

Kevess, Arthur

Folder 200

Kilarr, Stanley Floyd

Folder 201

Kirkham, Margaret Rose

Folder 202

Klingham, Larry

Folder 203

Koenig, Robert

Folder 204

Kornbluh, Joyce

Folder 205

Kourtnik, Douglas

Folder 206

Kuykendall, Peter

Folder 207

K Miscellaneous

Folder 208

Labor History Archives

Folder 209

Larrow, Charles

Folder 210

Lawless, Ray

Folder 211

Leach, MacEdward

Folder 212

Lee, Douglas

Folder 213

Lee, Hector

Folder 214

Leming, Warren

Folder 215

Library of Congress

Folder 216

Lieberman, Mendel

Folder 217

Lipskin, Michael

Folder 218

List, George

Folder 219-220

Folder 219

Folder 220

Lloyd, A. L.

Folder 221

Logsdon, Guy

Folder 222

London, Joan

Folder 223

Lukas, Victor

Folder 224

Lumpkin, Ben Gray

Folder 225

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar

Folder 226

L Miscellaneous

Folder 227

MacColl, Ewan and Peggy Seeger

Folder 228

MacEachron, Len

Folder 229

Mainer, J. E.

Folder 230

Malone, Bill

Folder 231

Marin(e), Carol

Folder 232

Markholte, Ottilie

Folder 233

Martin, Preston

Folder 234

Maureer, D. W.

Folder 235

Mayfield, Doris and Lyle

Folder 236

McCormick, Mack

Folder 237

McCoy, Ralph

Folder 238

McCuen, Brad

Folder 239-241

Folder 239

Folder 240

Folder 241

McCulloh, Judith

Folder 242

McMichen, Clayton

Folder 243

Meade, Guthrie T.

Folder 244

Means, Richard (Reverend)

Folder 245

Meredith, Mamie J.

Folder 246

Montgomery, Kande Trefil

Folder 247

Moorcock, Michael

Folder 248

Moore, A. Doyle

Folder 249

Morris, James

Folder 250

Mouratis, Kathy

Folder 251

Musick, Ruth Ann

Folder 252

M Miscellaneous

Folder 253

Nafkin, Alfred

Folder 254

Nelson, Paul

Folder 255

Nettl, Bruno

Folder 256

Newport Folk Festival (Mary Travers)

Folder 257

Nicholas, Joe

Folder 258

Nichols, Barry

Folder 259

Nicolopulos, Tom

Folder 260

Nobley, Robert

Folder 261

Nygard, Olaf

Folder 262

Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers International Union (Alfred Wickman)

Folder 263

Oliver, Paul

Folder 264

Olivier, Barry

Folder 265

O'Neal, Uncle Jim

Folder 266

Onsi, Patricia

Folder 267

Oster, Harry

Folder 268

O Miscellaneous

Folder 269

Paredes, Americo

Folder 270

Parker, Charles

Folder 271

Paskal, Oscar and Dolores

Folder 272

Paxton, Tom

Folder 273

Pearl, Edwin

Folder 274

Pelly, Fran

Folder 275

Petric, Faith

Folder 276

Pickering, Alec and Mary

Folder 277

Pie Plant Pete

Folder 278

Pierce, Micki

Folder 279

Pinkowski, Edward

Folder 280

Pinson, Bob

Folder 281

Plous, Fritz

Folder 282

Porterfield, Nolan

Folder 283

Powell, Reuben

Folder 284

P Miscellaneous

Folder 285

Raichelson, Dick

Folder 286

Raim, Ethel Dunson

Folder 287

Rand, Anne

Folder 288

Randle, Bill

Folder 289

Read, Allen Walker

Folder 290

Reed, Revon

Folder 291

Reynolds, John

Folder 292

Rich, Jarvis

Folder 293

Richardson, Ethel Park and Pete (American Bluegrass Society)

Folder 294-295

Folder 294

Folder 295

Rinzler, Ralph

Folder 296

Roberts, Leonard

Folder 297

Roberts, Robin

Folder 298

Roden, Fred

Folder 299

Rogers, Ernest

Folder 300

Rosenberg, Neil

Folder 301

Ross, Bill

Folder 302

Rossman, Harold

Folder 303

Roth, Joe

Folder 304

Rothberg, Noni

Folder 305

Russell, Tony

Folder 306-308

Folder 306

Folder 307

Folder 308

Reuss, Richard

Folder 309

Robinson, Earl

Folder 310

Rockefeller Foundation (Boyd Compton)

Folder 311

R Miscellaneous

Folder 312

Samuelson, Dave

Folder 313

Sayers, Bob

Folder 314

Schilling, Jean

Folder 315

Schlappi, Elizabeth

Folder 316

Scruggs, Earl and Louise

Folder 317

Seeger, Charles

Folder 318

Seeger, Pete

Folder 319

Settlemire, Bill

Folder 320

Sewell, Helen

Folder 321

Shaw, Lee (Hoffman)

Folder 322

Shelton, Robert

Folder 323

Shivah, Liz

Folder 324

Sholes, Steve

Folder 325

Shultz, George

Folder 326

Siegel, Ellen

Folder 327

Siemeister, Elie

Folder 328

Silber, Irwin

Folder 329

Simeone, William

Folder 330

Sing Magazine (Sing Along Magazine)

Folder 331

Smiddy, Joe

Folder 332

Smith, Brian

Folder 333

Smith, Gibbs

Folder 334

Smith, John

Folder 335

Smith, Mayne

Folder 336

Smith, Rev. Richard

Folder 337

Soelburg, Paul

Folder 338

Solomon, Linda

Folder 339

Spottwood, Dick

Folder 340

Starcher, Duane

Folder 341

Starday Records (Don Pierce)

Folder 342

Starvis, Barrie

Folder 343

Stegner, Page

Folder 344

Stein, Zonweise

Folder 345

Stekert, Ellen

Folder 346

Stephens, Page

Folder 347

Stephenson, Richard

Folder 348

Stickney, Walt

Folder 349

St. Klink, Jan

Folder 350

Sutherland, Gene

Folder 351

Syracuse University Libraries (Walter Welch)

Folder 352

Szwed, John

Folder 353

S Miscellaneous

Folder 354

Takahish, Shiro

Folder 355

Taimiment Institute and Library (Louise Heinze)

Folder 356

Tamony, Peter

Folder 357

Taylor, Desmond

Folder 358

Temple, Dick

Folder 359

Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers' Association

Folder 360

Testament Records (Peter Welding)

Folder 361

Tillson, Bill

Folder 362

Titon, Jeff

Folder 363

Toelken, Barre

Folder 364

Turner, Dallas E. (Reverend)

Folder 365

Tye, George

Folder 366

T Miscellaneous

Folder 367

Ulman, Lloyd

Folder 368

United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America--UAW (Paula Paley)

Folder 369

United Mine Workers of America

Folder 370

Utley, Francis Lee

Folder 371

Vanguard Records

Folder 372

Vernon, Bill

Folder 373

Vial, Don

Folder 374

Vincent, Jenny Wells

Folder 375

Vrchota, August

Folder 376

Wales, Tony

Folder 377

Walsh, Jim

Folder 378

Walsh, John

Folder 379

Ware, Naomi

Folder 380

Waterman, Dick

Folder 381

Watson, Doc

Folder 382

Weill, Rita

Folder 383

Weir, Stan

Folder 384

Welsch, Roger

Folder 385

West, Don

Folder 386

West, Harry

Folder 387

West, Hedy

Folder 388

West, John

Folder 389

Whisnant, David

Folder 390

White, John

Folder 391

Whitman, Robert

Folder 392-394

Folder 392

Folder 393

Folder 394

Wilgus, D. K.

Folder 395

Williams, Bill

Folder 396

Williams, Cratis

Folder 397

Willis, Lewis

Folder 398

Wilson, Doug

Folder 399

Winkelman, Donald

Folder 400

Wolff, William

Folder 401

Work, Jim

Folder 402

Wylie, Dave

Folder 403

W Miscellaneous

Folder 404

Yazoo Records

Folder 405

Yoder, Don

Folder 406

Young, Israel

Folder 407

Y Miscellaneous

Folder 408

Z Miscellaneous

Folder 409

Unidentified Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 2. Financial and Legal Materials, 1960-1972.

About 90 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Correspondence, contracts, and other documents relating to Green's employment history and doctoral degree program. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 410

AFL-CIO Labor Studies Center, 1970-1971

Folder 411

Correspondence with the University of Illinois concerning the University of Pennsylvania, 1965-1966

Folder 412

University of Illinois, 1960-1972

Folder 413

University of Pennsylvania, 1965-1970

Folder 414

University of Pennsylvania, Summer Session, 1971

Folder 415

University of Texas at Austin, 1970

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 3. Subject Files, circa 1965-1972.

About 7,220 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Files maintained by Green that relate to his areas of research and general interest. Included are letters, interview and field notes, newspaper clippings and journal articles Green collected, correspondence, writings, and other materials. Some of these topics were the basis for further research or projects (see Series 4), but most were not. Song folios have, in most cases, been filed with Southern Folklife Collection Song Folios (#30006).

Folder 416

Abrahams, Roger

Folder 417

Acuff, Roy

Folder 418

Adams, James Taylor

Folder 419

Aesthetics

Folder 420

"Alka Seltzer Song Book"

Folder 421-424

Folder 421

Folder 422

Folder 423

Folder 424

African-American Music and Culture

Folder 425

Allen, John

Folder 426

Almanac Singers

Folder 427

American Folk Music Council

Folder 428

Ames, Russell

Folder 429

Anderson, Eric

Folder 430

Aronson, Joseph and Penny

Folder 431

Asheville Festival

Folder 432

Atkins, Chet

Folder 433

Atlanta Stray Notes

Folder 434

Australia

Folder 435

Baez, Joan

Folder 436

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Joan Baez)

Image Folder PF-20002/0169

Joan Baez: Portrait: Publicity photograph for Vanguard Records, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates, Photograph by William Claxton/Courtesy of Show Business Illustrated.

Image Folder PF-20002/0170

Joan Baez: Performing on-stage: Publicity photograph for Vanguard Records, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Folder 437

Banjo

Folder 438

Barnett, Eugene

Folder 439

Baskette, Eugene C.

Folder 440

Beech Mountain, N.C.

Folder 441

Beers Family

Folder 442

Beliefs

Folder 443

Beverly Hillbillies

Folder 444

Beverly Hillbilles: Photographs (Flatt and Scruggs)

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 445

Boatright, Mody

Folder 446

Bluegrass

Folder 447

Bonnie and Clyde

Folder 448

Booksellers: Appalachia

Folder 449

Booksellers: Bledsoe, William

Folder 450

Booksellers: Cantabrigia

Folder 451

Booksellers: Chatham Bookseller

Folder 452

Booksellers: Folklore Associates

Folder 453

Booksellers: Franklin, Burt

Folder 454

Booksellers: Ideal Book Shop

Folder 455

Booksellers: Kahn and Fisher

Folder 456

Booksellers: Katanka, Michael

Folder 457

Booksellers: Nedwick, Jerrold

Folder 458

Booksellers: Old Settler

Folder 459

Booksellers: Shorey's Antiques

Folder 460

Brand, Oscar

Folder 461

Broadsides

Folder 462

Broadsides Reproductions

Folder 463

Broadsides: Writings

Folder 464

Burnett, Richard

Folder 465

Burnett, Richard: Song Book

Folder 466

Butcher, Dwight

Folder 467

Campbell, Glenn

Folder 468

Carson, Fiddlin' John

Folder 469

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Fiddlin' John Carson)

Black and White Photographic Print

6 images

Photographs of newspaper clippings.

P-3034 missing as of 25 January 2017.

Image Folder PF-20002/0363_04

Fiddlin' John Carson and His Virginia Reelers with banjo, fiddle, guitar (includes Earl Johnson, Moonshine Kate): Portrait, circa April 1927

Facsimile (from publication)

1 image

Photograph by Eugene W. Earle: Culver City, Calif.

Image Folder PF-20002/3374

Fiddlin' John Carson and band, undated

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3375

Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate Carson, undated

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 470-472

Folder 470

Folder 471

Folder 472

Centralia, 1910

Folder 473

Chaplin, Ralph

Folder 474

Chestnut, Ted

Folder 475

Child Ballads

Folder 476

Carter, Wilf

Folder 477

Chase, Richard

Folder 478

Christiansen, Leo

Folder 479

The Confession

Folder 480

Conroy, Jack

Folder 481

Cooney, Michael

Folder 482

Cooperstown, N.Y.

Folder 483

Corridos

Folder 484

Council of the Southern Mountains

Folder 485

Country Dance

Folder 486

Cowboy Songs

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/23)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/23

Cowboy Songs

Folder 487

Cox, Billy

Folder 488

Croy, Merle

Folder 489

Croy, Merle: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

5 images

Folder 490

C Miscellaneous

Folder 491

Dal, Erik

Folder 492

Dalhart, Vernon

Folder 493

Darby, Tom

Folder 494

Darlington, Sandy

Folder 495

Driftwood, Jimmie

Folder 496

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Jimmie Driftwood)

Image Folder PF-20002/3483

Driftwood, Jimmie: Photograph

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Folder 497

Dugeon, Frank

Folder 498

Dylan, Bob

Folder 499

D Miscellaneous

Folder 500

Easy Rider and Medium Cool (films)

Folder 501

Ethnofilm

Folder 502

E Miscellaneous

Folder 503

Fiddle Conventions: Atlanta

Folder 504

Fiddle Conventions: Atlanta, 1934

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Photograph of a newspaper clipping.

Folder 505

Fiddle Conventions: McMurty, Larry

Folder 506

Flanders, Helen Hartness

Folder 507

Folknik

Folder 508-509

Folder 508

Folder 509

Folk Scene

Folder 510

Folksong Discography

Folder 511

Folksong Overseas

Folder 512

Foreign Records

Folder 513

Fret Shop

Folder 514

Galax

Folder 515

Gardner, Gail

Folder 516

Garland, Jim

Folder 517

Grande Ole Opry

Folder 518

Grayson, G. B.

Folder 519

Gregory, Bobby

Folder 520

Guthrie, Woody

Folder 521

G Miscellaneous

Folder 522

Hall, Wendell

Folder 523

Hawaiian Guitar

Folder 524

Hill, William J.

Folder 525

Hill, Herbert

Folder 526

Hinton, Sam

Folder 527

Hippie Culture

Folder 528

Hoosier Folklore Society

Folder 529

Hootenanny on the Air

Folder 530

Hutchinson, Frank

Folder 531

H Miscellaneous

Folder 532

Idyllwild School

Folder 533

Illinois Folklore and Songs

Folder 534

Indiana University Folklore

Folder 535

Individual Songs: A-F

Folder 536

Individual Songs: "Girl in the Blue Velvet Band"

Folder 537

Individual Songs: G-H

Folder 538

Individual Songs: "Hesitation Blues"

Folder 539

Individual Songs: I-S

Folder 540

Individual Songs: "The Strawberry Roan"

Folder 541

Individual Songs: "The Wabash Cannonball"

Folder 542

Individual Songs: T-Z

Folder 543

I Miscellaneous

Folder 544

International Folk Music Council

Folder 545

Irish Studies

Folder 546

Japan-Folksong

Folder 547

Jazz

Folder 548

Johnson, Earl

Folder 549

J Miscellaneous

Folder 550

Kay, Lambdin

Folder 551

Kazee, Buell

Folder 552

Kincaid, Bradley

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/26)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/26

Kincaid, Bradley

Folder 553

K Miscellaneous

Folder 554

Leary, Timothy

Folder 555

Labor: Agriculture

Folder 556

Labor: American Radicalism

Folder 557

Labor: Archive Holdings, University of Illinois

Folder 558

Labor: Art

Folder 559

Labor: Automotive

Folder 560

Labor: "Black Workers in Revolt"

Folder 561

Labor: Business

Folder 562

Labor: Canada

Folder 563

Labor: Carpenters

Folder 564

Labor: Catalogs of Labor Publications

Folder 565

Labor: Customs

Folder 566

Labor: Debs, Eugene

Folder 567

Labor: Drama

Folder 568

Labor: Education

Folder 569

Labor: Fiction

Folder 570

Labor: Film

Folder 571

Labor: Folkways LP 5251

Folder 572

Labor: Garment Workers

Folder 573

Labor: Gastonia

Folder 574

Labor: Gellert, Lawrence

Folder 575

Labor: "Hard Hats"

Folder 576

Labor: Hatters

Folder 577

Labor: Haymarket

Folder 578

Labor: Highlander Folk School

Folder 579

Labor: Hill, Joe

Folder 580

Labor: Hill, Joe: I.W.W. Song Book Kodaliths

Folder 581

Labor: History

Folder 582

Labor: History: Abot, William

Folder 583

Labor: History: Ephemera

Folder 584

Labor: History: Problems in Writing

Folder 585

Labor: Hodcarriers

Folder 586

Labor: ILIR Reading Lists

Folder 587-589

Folder 587

Folder 588

Folder 589

Labor: International Worker

Folder 590

Labor: I.W.W. Placards

Includes oversize materials (OP-20002/1-2)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/1-2

OP-20002/1

OP-20002/2

Labor: I.W.W. Placards

Folder 591

Labor: I.W.W. Song Book

Folder 592

Labor: I.W.W. Song Book Kodaliths

Folder 593

Labor: I.W.W. Songs

Folder 594

Labor: Joint Center for Political Science

Folder 595

Labor: Labor Day

Folder 596

Labor: Landmarks

Folder 597

Labor: Legere, Bill

Folder 598

Labor: Lincoln, Abraham

Folder 599

Labor: Lumber

Folder 600

Labor: Machinists

Folder 601

Labor: Merciniak, Edward

Folder 602

Labor: Merchant Marines

Folder 603

Labor: Mining

Folder 604

Labor: Mount Olive Miner's Cemetery

Folder 605

Labor: Museum Proposal

Folder 606

Labor: Packington

Folder 607

Labor: Paper: Pulp

Folder 608

Labor: Poems

Folder 609

Labor: People's Artists

Folder 610

Labor: Printing

Folder 611

Labor: Railroad

Folder 612

Labor: Rampa, Peter

Folder 613

Labor: Rome, Harold

Folder 614

Labor: Scrapbook

Folder 615

Labor: Songs: General

Folder 616

Labor: Songs: "The Great Pullman Strike"

Folder 617

Labor: Songs: "Hold the Fort"

Folder 618

Labor: Songs: "Kitten in the Wheat"

Folder 619

Labor: Songs: "Peg and Awl"

Folder 620

Labor: Songs: Political

Folder 621

Labor: Songs: "Rock-A-Bye"

Folder 622

Labor: Songs: "Solidarity Forever"

Folder 623

Labor: Songs: Miscellaneous

Folder 624

Labor: Teamsters

Folder 625

Labor: Telephone

Folder 626

Labor: Trashing

Folder 627

Labor: 23rd Song Parody

Folder 628-629

Folder 628

Folder 629

Labor: Union Democracy in Action

Folder 630

Labor: Vorse, Mary Horton

Folder 631

Labor: Wobbly

Folder 632

Labor: Worker's Music Association

Folder 633

Labor: Working Class Alienation

Folder 634

Labor: Wilson, Dow

Folder 635

Labor: Worker/Intellectual Unity

Folder 636

Labor: World War I

Includes oversize materials (OP-20002/24)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/24

Labor: World War I

Folder 637-638

Folder 637

Folder 638

Labor: Miscellaneous

Folder 639

Laura Bolton Collection

Folder 640

Legmen, G.

Folder 641

Library of Congress: Folk Music Catalog

Folder 642-644

Folder 642

Folder 643

Folder 644

Library of Congress: LP Liner Notes

Folder 645

"Lingo the Drifter"

Folder 646

"Lists of American Folk Song on Commercial Records"

Folder 647

Lomax, Alan

Folder 648

"Lyrics and Legends"

Folder 649

L Miscellaneous

Folder 650

"Mac & Bob"

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Folder 651

Macon, Uncle Dave

Folder 652

Mainer, J. E.

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/7)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/7

Mainer, J. E.

Folder 653

Maynard, Ken

Folder 654

McCarn, Dave

Folder 655

McClintock, Harry

Folder 656

McGaha, Charles

Folder 657

McGhee, Brownie

Folder 658

Monroe, Bill

Folder 659

Montana Folksong

Folder 660

Muleskinner News (Fred Bartenstein)

Folder 661

M Miscellaneous

Folder 662

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences

Folder 663

National Barn Dance

Folder 664

National Barn Dance: Performers

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3416

National Barn Dance: Performers

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3567

National Barn Dance: Performers

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Marijane and Ruth Johnson (the Johnson Sisters).

Image Folder PF-20002/3568

National Barn Dance: Performers

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Smilee Sutter.

Folder 665

National Folk Festival

Folder 666

New Left Convention

Folder 667

Newport Folk Foundation

Folder 668

Niles, John Jacob

Folder 669

Obscenity

Folder 670

"Okie from Muskogee"

Folder 671

"Old Town School and Chicago Scene"

Folder 672

O Miscellaneous

Folder 673

Peter, Paul, and Mary

Folder 674

Phillips, U. Utah

Folder 675

Poole, Charles

Folder 676

Popular Culture

Folder 677

Popular Song: Clippings

Folder 678

Powers, Fiddlin' and Family

Folder 679

Presley, Elvis

Folder 680

Protest Songs

Folder 681

P Miscellaneous

Folder 682

Record Collectors: Allen, Walt

Folder 683

Record Collectors: Blackard

Folder 684

Record Collectors: Carver, Olin

Folder 685

Record Collectors: Cleary, don

Folder 686

Record Collectors: Earle, Gene

Folder 687-688

Folder 687

Folder 688

Record Collectors: Freeman, Dave

Folder 689

Record Collectors: Hustedt, Hal

Folder 690

Record Collectors: Koester, Bob

Folder 691

Record Collectors: Sheridan, L. R.

Folder 692

Record Companies: A

Folder 693

Record Companies: ARC

Folder 694

Record Companies: Biograph-Historical

Folder 695

Record Companies: Bluebird, 1941

Folder 696

Record Companies: Bluebonnet

Folder 697

Record Companies: Brunswick

Folder 698

Record Companies: Capitol

Folder 699-701

Folder 699

Folder 700

Folder 701

Record Companies: Columbia

Folder 702

Record Companies: Columbia 13-, 14-, & 15,000 Series

Folder 703

Record Companies: Decca

Folder 704

Record Companies: Edison

Folder 705

Record Companies: Elektra

Folder 706

Record Companies: Everest

Folder 707

Record Companies: Folkways

Folder 708

Record Companies: Gennett

Folder 709

Record Companies: Herwin

Folder 710

Record Companies: Kanawha

Folder 711

Record Companies: Kanawha: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Photograph of drawing of Clark Kessinger.

Folder 712

Record Companies: King

Folder 713

Record Companies: L-O

Folder 714-716

Folder 714

Folder 715

Folder 716

Record Companies: Okeh

Reel M-20002/1-2

M-20002/1

M-20002/2

Record Companies: Okeh

Two reels of microfilm of catalogues, 1923-1952 (box 225)

Identifications of the microfilm reels were drawn from handwritten descriptions on the boxes and from notes made by a researcher in June 2016. The researcher's notes have been retained with the corresponding reels.

Folder 717

Record Companies: Okeh: Atlanta Session

Folder 718

Record Companies: Okeh: Old Time, 1925-1929

Folder 719

Record Companies: Okeh: Race Catalogs

Folder 720

Record Companies: Okeh: Race Records

Black and White Transparencies

Folder 721

Record Companies: Okeh: 7,000 & 8,000 series

Folder 722

Record Companies: Okeh: 40,000 Series

Folder 723

Record Companies: Okeh: 45,000 Series

Folder 724

Record Companies: Paramount

Folder 725

Record Companies: P

Folder 726

Record Companies: R-V

Folder 727

Record Companies: Victor

Folder 728

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Record Companies: Victor)

Image Folder PF-20002/3511-3512

PF-20002/3511

PF-20002/3512

Record Companies: Victor

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

"Old Time Fiddlin' Tunes" catalog pages, Victor Talking Machine Company.

Folder 729

Record Companies: Vocalion

Folder 730

Record Companies: Yazoo

Folder 731

Record Companies: Miscellaneous

Folder 732

Record Dating Chart

Folder 733

Record Industry Association of America (RIAA)

Folder 734

Record Production

Folder 735

Record Research Magazine

Folder 736

Reeves, Goebel and Jim

Folder 737

Reeves, Harry Payne

Folder 738

Reneau, George

Folder 739

Ritchie, Jean

Folder 740

Robertson, Eck

Folder 741

Robison, Carson

Folder 742

Rodgers, Jimmie

Folder 743

Rogers and Hammerstein Archives

Folder 744

Romaine, Anne

Folder 745

Rubin, Ruth

Folder 746

R Miscellaneous

Folder 747

Samuels, Joseph

Folder 748

Sandburg, Carl

Folder 749

Satherly, Art

Folder 750

Scruggs, Earl and Lester Flatt

Folder 751

Simon and Garfunkel

Folder 752

Smith, Harry

Folder 753

Smith, Hobart

Folder 754

Smithsonian Tours

Folder 755

Smoky Mountain Ballads

Folder 756

Sprague, Carl T.

Folder 757

Stanley Brothers

Folder 758

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Ralph Stanley)

Image Folder PF-20002/1544_02

Stanley, Ralph, with banjo: Portrait, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1545_02

Stanley, Ralph, and His Clinch Mountain Boys (includes Curley Ray Cline, Melvin Goins, Larry Sparks): Performing on-stage, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1546_03

Stanley Brothers (includes Carter Stanley and Ralph Stanley): Portrait, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/3384

Stanley, Ralph: Photograph

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 759

Stewart, Cal ("Uncle Josh")

Folder 760

Stone, Pete

Folder 761-762

Folder 761

Folder 762

Stoneman, Ernest and Family

Folder 763

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Ernest Stoneman and Family)

Image Folder PF-20002/3432

Stoneman, Ernest and Family: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3357

Stoneman, Donna

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3359

Stoneman, Ernest and Family

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 764

Swados, Harvey

Folder 765

Sweet Mills Ranch

Folder 766

S Miscellaneous

Folder 767

"Talking Blues"

Folder 768

"Talking Machine World Index"

Folder 769

Tanner, Gid

Folder 770

Tarleton, Jimmie

Folder 771

Tennessee Folklore Society

Folder 772

University of Texas Folksong Club

Folder 773

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Welby Toomey)

Image Folder PF-20002/3485_1

Toomey, Welby: Photographs

Black and White Sheet Film (8x10 negative)

1 image

Edgar Boaz, Dennis W. Taylor, Dock Roberts

Image Folder PF-20002/3485_2

Toomey, Welby: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Duplicates.

Edgar Boaz, Dennis W. Taylor, Dock Roberts

Folder 774

Topical Songs

Folder 775

T Miscellaneous

Folder 776

Vatuk, Ved Praksh

Folder 777-778

Folder 777

Folder 778

Warner, Frank

Folder 779

Washington, D.C., Folklore Society

Folder 780

Weavers

Folder 781

Weber, Laura

Folder 782

White, Bukka

Folder 783

White, Josh

Folder 784

Williams, Hank

Folder 785

WBT Charlotte

Folder 786

WGM Atlanta

Folder 787-788

Folder 787

Folder 788

WSB Atlanta

Folder 789

W Miscellaneous

Folder 790-791

Folder 790

Folder 791

Unidentified Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 4. Projects, circa 1965-1972.

About 7,025 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by project; then general files.

Correspondence, research notes, newspaper clippings, drafts, photographs, and other materials from Green's published and unpublished writings, sound recordings, lectures, fieldwork, and teaching activities, circa 1965-1972. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1 American Folklife Foundation

About 50 items.

Materials relating to Green's involvement in the Citizens Committee for an American Folklife Foundation, circa 1969-1971, including correspondence and transcripts of congressional hearings during which Green testified in 1970. Green lobbied for the American Folklife Foundation until it was established in 1976. He further documented this political process in "P.L. 94-201-A View From the Lobby: A Report to the American Folklore Society," which was re-issued in The Conservation of Culture (editor Burt Feintuch, University Press of Kentucky, 1988).

Folder 792

Citizens Committee

Folder 793

Meeting with Richard Reuss

Folder 794

Senate Hearings, 1970

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2 Babies in the Mill.

About 500 items.

Correspondence, financial and legal materials, research notes, and newspaper clippings relating to Testament Records' LP Babies in the Mill: Carolina Traditional, Industrial, and Sacred Songs, featuring Dorsey, Nancy, and Howard Dixon and produced by Green and Eugene Earle around 1963. Files also include personal correspondence between Green and Dixon and two long letters in which Dixon described his life. Green's correspondence with Dixon's family continued beyond Dixon's death in 1968. Other items include notes from interviews with Dixon and a copy of the magazine Sing Out! that contains a poem written by Dixon about his experience at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.

Folder 795

Dixon, Dorsey: Autobiographies

Folder 796

Dixon, Dorsey: Correspondence

Folder 797

Dixon, Dorsey: Discography

Folder 798

Dixon, Dorsey: Interviews

Folder 799

Dixon Dorsey: Newspaper Clippings

Folder 800

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Dorsey Dixon)

P-3373 missing as of 25 January 2017.

Image Folder PF-20002/0574

Dixon, Dorsey, 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/0575_01

Dixon, Dorsey, 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/0575_02

Dixon, Dorsey, circa 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/0576_01

Dixon, Dorsey, circa 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/0577_01

Dixon, Dorsey, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/0578_01

Dixon, Dorsey, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/0582_02

Dixon, Dorsey, with guitar, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/0584_01

Dixon, Dorsey, with Archie Green, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Image Folder PF-20002/0587_02

Dixon, Dorsey, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Duplicates.

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/0657_02

Dixon, Dorsey, with Eugene Earle, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/2171_02

Dixon, Nancy: Portrait, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 801

Dixon, Dorsey: Recordings at Library of Congress

Folder 802

LP Correspondence: Promotional

Folder 803

LP Cover Design

Folder 804

LP Financial and Legal Matters

Folder 805

LP Liner Notes and Drafts

Folder 806

LP Proofs

Folder 807

LP Reviews

Folder 808-815

Folder 808

Folder 809

Folder 810

Folder 811

Folder 812

Folder 813

Folder 814

Folder 815

LP Side A

Folder 816-824

Folder 816

Folder 817

Folder 818

Folder 819

Folder 820

Folder 821

Folder 822

Folder 823

Folder 824

LP Side B

Folder 825

Sing Out

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3 Blue Sky Boys.

About 30 items.

Materials relating to the LP liner notes for Blue Sky Boys by Bill and Earl Bolick, written by Archie Green for RCA Records in 1964.

Folder 826-827

Folder 826

Folder 827

Blue Sky Boys LP

Folder 828

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Blue Sky Boys)

Image Folder PF-20002/3417-3420

PF-20002/3417

PF-20002/3418

PF-20002/3419

PF-20002/3420

Blue Sky Boys LP

Black and White Photographic Print

4 images

Duplicates.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.4 The Carolina Tar Heels.

About 450 items.
Folder 829

Discography

Folder 830

Foster, Garley

Folder 831

Foster, Gwen

Folder 832

Interviews

Folder 833

LP Cover Design

Folder 834-835

Folder 834

Folder 835

LP Liner Notes

Folder 836-843

Folder 836

Folder 837

Folder 838

Folder 839

Folder 840

Folder 841

Folder 842

Folder 843

LP Side A

Folder 844-852

Folder 844

Folder 845

Folder 846

Folder 847

Folder 848

Folder 849

Folder 850

Folder 851

Folder 852

LP Side B

Folder 853

Walsh, Dock

Folder 854

Walsh, Dock: Copyright

Folder 855

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Dock Walsh)

P-1758 missing as of 25 January 2017.

Image Folder PF-20002/1787_04

Walsh, Dock, and Eugene Earle: Portrait, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1788_01

Walsh, Dock, performing outside, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1789_03

Walsh, Dock, and Archie Green: Portrait, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1790_02

Walsh, Dock: Performing outside, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Photograph by Eugene W. Earle: Culver City, California.

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1791_02

Walsh, Dock: Performing outside, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Photograph by Eugene W. Earle: Culver City, California.

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/3541

Walsh, Dock, and family, November 1962

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Babies in the Mill project.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.5 The Carter Family.

About 375 items.

Correspondence, interviews, photographs, and other materials relating to three Carter Family projects by Green: Carter Family Bibliography (1962), an article titled "The Carter Family's 'Coal Miners Blues'" for Southern Folklore Quarterly (December 1961), and an album, Mid the Green Fields of Virginia: The Carter Family for RCA-Victor (1963). Correspondents include Freeman Kitchens, president of the Carter Family Fan Club; A. P., Sara, Maybelle, and June Carter; Clifford Spurlock, Carter Family manager; discographers; and others. See also copies of the Sunny Side Sentinel, the fan club journal, in the Southern Folklife Collection.

Folder 856

Bibliography: "Coal Miners Blues"

Folder 857

Drafts and Distribution

Folder 858

Research

Folder 859

Responses

Folder 860

Correspondence: Borgeson, Griffith

Folder 861

Correspondence: Carter, A. P., Sara, and Michelle

Folder 862

Correspondence: Carter, Maybelle, and June

Folder 863

Correspondence: Christie, Keith

Folder 864

Correspondence: Fink, Harvey

Folder 865

Correspondence: Kitchens, Freeman

Folder 866

Correspondence: Legere, William

Folder 867

Correspondence: McNabb, Talmadge F. (Lieutenant Colonel)

Folder 868

Correspondence: Romaniuk, Edward

Folder 869

Correspondence: Southern Folklore Quarterly

Folder 870

Correspondence: Spurlock, Clifford

Folder 871

Correspondence: Miscellaneous

Folder 872

Discography

Folder 873

Interviews

Folder 874

Letters provided by Freeman Kitchens

Folder 875

LP Liner Notes

Folder 876

Sunny Side Sentinel, 1955-1956, 1959

Folder 877

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Carter family)

Image Folder PF-20002/0410_03

Carter, Maybelle, and Family (includes Anita Carter, Helen Carter, June Carter, Maybelle Carter): Portrait, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

"To Archie and Lou Ann -- Wishing you the best of everything in life Maybelle and the Carter Sisters"

Unsigned digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/3402-3408

PF-20002/3402

PF-20002/3403

PF-20002/3404

PF-20002/3405

PF-20002/3406

PF-20002/3407

PF-20002/3408

Carter Family, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

7 images

Includes Anita Carter, Helen Carter, June Carter, "Frances," and Rebecca Baman.

Folder 878

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Harvey Fink with Archie Green)

Image Folder PF-20002/3386

Fink, Harvey with Archie Green

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3388

Archie Green, May 1961

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3389

Archie Green, May 1961

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3390

Fink, Harvey with Archie Green, May 1961

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3391

Archie Green, May 1961

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3398

Fink, Harvey, October 1960

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3399

Fink, Harvey, October 1960

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3401

Fink, Harvey with Archie Green, May 1961

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 879

Kitchens, Freeman, photographs provided by, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

4 images

Carter family home.

Image Folder PF-20002/3409-3411

PF-20002/3409

PF-20002/3410

PF-20002/3411

Kitchens, Freeman, photographs provided by, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Includes Helen Carter, "Frances," and Carter family home.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.6 Coal.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.6.1 Coal Discography.

About 900 items.

Chiefly research notes on individual songs for Green's "A Discography of American Coal Miners' Songs" ( Labor History, Winter 1961; University of Illinois ILIR Reprint number 93). Other materials include Green's records of reprints and distribution of the article and a small amount of Wayland Hand correspondence and writings. There is a good deal of overlap between the research for this discography and for Green's book Only a Miner: Studies in Recorded Coal-Mining Songs (University of Illinois Press, 1972).

Folder 880

Article Reprints and Distribution

Folder 881

Hand, Wayland D.

Folder 882

Hand, Wayland D.: Writings

Folder 883

Folios

Includes sheet music filed as oversize material (OP-20002/15-17)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/15-17

OP-20002/15

OP-20002/16

OP-20002/17

Sheet music

Folder 884

Song: "Avondale Mine Disaster"

Folder 885

Song: "Ballad of barney Graham"

Folder 886

Song: "Big Bad John"

Folder 887

Song: "Blantyre Explosion"

Folder 888

Song: "Bloody Harlan"

Folder 889

Song: "Bonny Miner Lad"

Folder 890

Song: "Bull Moose Trail"

Folder 891

Song: "Bull Moose Train"

Folder 892

Song: "Busted"

Folder 893

Song: Centralia Massacre

Folder 894

Song: Cherry, Ill., Disaster

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/25)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/25

Song: Cherry, Ill., Disaster

Folder 895

Song: Coal Creek Explosion

Folder 896

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: "The Fraterville Disaster"

Folder 897

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: "Shut up in the Mines of Coal Creek"

Folder 898

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: "Payday at Coal Creek"

Folder 899

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: Aunt Molly Jackson on Coal Creek

Folder 900

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: Checklist of Coal Creek Songs

Folder 901

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: United Mine Workers Article

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/5)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/5

Song: Coal Creek Explosion: United Mine Workers Article

Folder 902

Song: "Coal Creek March"

Folder 903

Song: "Coal Mine Pony"

Folder 904

Song: "Davidson-Wilder Blues"

Folder 905

Song: "Down in a Coal Mine"

Folder 906

Song: "Down, Down, Down"

Folder 907

Song: "Driver Boy"

Folder 908

Song: "Eight Hour Day"

Folder 909

Song: "Explosion at Eccles, West Virginia"

Folder 910

Song: "Flag of Blue"

Folder 911

Song: "Frankie Slide"

Folder 912

Song: "I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister"

Folder 913

Song: "Joe Brown's Mile"

Folder 914

Song: "John L. Lewis"

Folder 915

Song: "Join the C.I.O."

Folder 916

Song: "Kentucky Miner's Wife"

Folder 917

Song: "Ludlow Massacre"

Folder 918

Song: "MacBeth Mine Explosion"

Folder 919

Song: "Majner Lebra Poszukuje"

Folder 920

Song: "El Minero"

Folder 921

Song: "Miner's Doom"

Folder 922

Song: "Miner's Life"

Folder 923

Song: "Miner's Lifeguard"

Folder 924

Song: "Miner's Prayer"

Folder 925

Song: "Miner's Song"

Folder 926

Song: "Moberly Mine Disaster"

Folder 927

Song: "Moweaqua Mine Disaster"

Folder 928

Song: "My Sweetheart"

Folder 929

Song: "Please, Mr. Kennedy"

Folder 930

Song: "Red Jacket Mine Explosion"

Folder 931

Song: "Ruby"

Folder 932

Song: "Harry Sims"

Folder 933

Song: "Spring Mill Mine Explosion"

Folder 934

Song: "Talking Miner"

Folder 935

Song: "Tipple Blues"

Folder 936

Song: "Thirty-one Depression Blues"

Folder 937

Song: "We Shall Not Be Moved"

Folder 938

Song: "Which Side Are You On?"

Folder 939

Mixed Mining Songs

Folder 940

Hard Rock Mining

Folder 941

Travis, Merle

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/6)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/6

Travis, Merle

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.6.2 Coal Mining Photographs.

About 400 items.

Photographs that apparently resulted from a New Deal documentation project. According to Green, around 1946 President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed his personal physician, Russell Lee, to document the medical condition of coal miners in Kentucky. Some of the photographs in these files were taken under that project. Other photographs appear to have been taken for a medical survey of coal mines in Utah. The photographs were given to Green while he was conducting research for his book Only a Miner (see also Subseries 4.6). Several of the photographs appear in this book; many more have never been published.

Folder 942-964

Folder 942

Folder 943

Folder 944

Folder 945

Folder 946

Folder 947

Folder 948

Folder 949

Folder 950

Folder 951

Folder 952

Folder 953

Folder 954

Folder 955

Folder 956

Folder 957

Folder 958

Folder 959

Folder 960

Folder 961

Folder 962

Folder 963

Folder 964

Coal Mining Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Includes one oversize photograph (OP-20002/18).

Oversize Paper OP-20002/18

Coal Mining Photographs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.7 Sarah Ogan Gunning.

About 430 items.

Correspondence, interviews, a discography, research notes, and other items relating to Green's involvement in three performance events in Gunning's life between 1964 and 1970. These include the production Folk-Legacy album, Girl of Constant Sorrow; Gunning's performance at Carnegie Hall as part of the New York Folk Festival; and her appearance at the Newport Folk Festival. In his work with Gunning, Green collaborated to some extent with folklorist Ellen Stekert. Gunning was the half-sister of Aunt Molly Jackson and sister of Jim Garland.

Folder 965

Carnegie Hall

Folder 966

Chicago Folk Music Festival

Folder 967

Correspondence

Folder 968

Discography

Folder 969

Downs-Seigmeister Article

Folder 970

Early Concert Appearances

Folder 971

Garland, Jim: Correspondence

Folder 972

Geography

Folder 973

Guthrie, Woody: Writings

Folder 974-978

Folder 974

Folder 975

Folder 976

Folder 977

Folder 978

Interviews

Folder 979

LP Liner Notes

Folder 980

LP Plans

Folder 981

LP Publicity

Folder 982-991

Folder 982

Folder 983

Folder 984

Folder 985

Folder 986

Folder 987

Folder 988

Folder 989

Folder 990

Folder 991

LP Side A

Folder 992-1001

Folder 992

Folder 993

Folder 994

Folder 995

Folder 996

Folder 997

Folder 998

Folder 999

Folder 1000

Folder 1001

LP Side B

Folder 1002

LP Song Notes: Raw Data

Folder 1003

Newport Folk Festival

Folder 1004

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for Sarah Ogan Gunning)

Image Folder PF-20002/3466

Sarah Ogan Gunning

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1005

Publicity and Concert Plans

Folder 1006

Songs not on [Green's] Disc

Folder 1007

Stekert, Ellen: Correspondence

Folder 1008

Tape Index

Folder 1009

Vanguard Records

Folder 1010

WDET Radio

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.8 Hard Times.

About 300 items.

Research notes and writings on "Hard Times," which is both the name of a song and of a paper Green wrote for a 1966 folksong course at the University of Pennsylvania. Items include a final copy of the paper, drafts, research on the song "Hard Times" for the paper, and research conducted after the paper was completed. Research folders contain some correspondence with collectors, folklorists, and archives and also copies of variants of the song and other source materials.

Folder 1011

Paper: Completed

Folder 1012

Paper: Draft

Folder 1013

Paper: Early Draft and Notes

Folder 1014

Paper: Materials not used

Folder 1015

Pre-"Hard Times" Models

Folder 1016

English Texts, Discs and, Broadsides

Folder 1017

American Broadsides and Songsters

Folder 1018

The oldest form in standard American collections

Folder 1019

Standard form in folios, archives, etc.

Folder 1020

Courting in Widow's Daughter

Folder 1021

"Cryderville Jail"

Folder 1022

Other Jail songs

Folder 1023

Farms

Folder 1024

Idaho

Folder 1025

Lumber

Folder 1026

Mills

Folder 1027

Mines

Folder 1028

Newfoundland

Folder 1029

Unique Localization/Adaptation

Folder 1030

Miscellaneous/Recent

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.9 Hillbilly Music and Image.

About 750 items.

Research materials and drafts of Green's often-cited article, "Hillbilly Music: Source and Symbol," published in the Journal of American Folklore in July 1965 and as a reprint from the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (#4). The information in this article seems to have appeared in several forms previous to the published article. Materials are chiefly handwritten research notes, notes on interviews, and a small amount of correspondence.

Folder 1031

Hillbilly Image

Folder 1032

Hillbilly Image: Dated Usages

Folder 1033

Hillbilly Image: Recent

Folder 1034

Hillbilly Image: 1924-1927, non-Okeh

Folder 1035

Hillbilly Image: Hillbilly Culture and Image in Fiction

Folder 1036

Hillbilly Image: Pre-1936 Records

Folder 1037

Hillbilly Image: Vaudeville and Hillbilly Music

Folder 1038

Hillbilly Image: Ford, John

Folder 1039

Hillbilly Image: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library

Folder 1040

Hillbilly Image: Cowboy Music on Film

Folder 1041

Hillbilly Image: Fox, John, 1924

Folder 1042

Hillbilly Image: Hopkins, Al (original hillbilly film)

Folder 1043

Hillbilly Image: Miscellaneous Film

Folder 1044

Hillbilly Image: Hill Billies Capture WRC

Folder 1045-1046

Folder 1045

Folder 1046

Hillbilly Image: The Hill Billies: Discography

Folder 1047

Hillbilly Image: Alderman, Tony: Kodalith of Drawing

Folder 1048

Hillbilly Image: Alderman, Tony

Folder 1049

Hillbilly Image: Goofus Five Discography

Folder 1050

Hillbilly Image: Stuart, Uncle Am

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/21)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/21

Hillbilly Image: Stuart, Uncle Am

Folder 1051

Hillbilly Image: Sutphin, Colen and James: Interview

Folder 1052

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for Hillbilly Image: Sutphin, James Franklin)

Image Folder PF-20002/3536

Hillbilly Image: Sutphin, James Franklin

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1053

Hillbilly Image: Thomas, Rodney

Folder 1054

Hillbilly Image: Rector, John

Folder 1055

Hillbilly Image: Roe, Fred

Folder 1056

Hillbilly Image: Hopkins, Lucy, Al, John, and Bill

Folder 1057

Hillbilly Image: Rector, John: Photograph of Gravestone

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1058

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for Hillbilly Image: Hopkins Houses)

Image Folder PF-20002/0850_02

Hillbilly Image: Home of Al Hopkins, Joe Hopkins, John Hopkins in Gap Creek, North Carolina, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/3540

Hillbilly Image: Home of Al Hopkins, Joe Hopkins, John Hopkins in Gap Creek, North Carolina, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1059

Hillbilly Image: Folio Lists

Folder 1060

Bibliography

Folder 1061

Collectors and Dealers

Folder 1062

Country Music Association

Folder 1063

Country Music: Newspaper Clippings

Folder 1064

Country Music Paper: Raw Materials

Folder 1065

Country Music Paper

Folder 1066

Folksong Bibliography in Popular Journals

Folder 1067

Journals

Folder 1068

Folksong Bibliography

Folder 1069

Completed Article

Folder 1070

Early Raw Material

Folder 1071

Library School Paper

Folder 1072

Library School Paper: Drafts

Folder 1073

Footnotes

Folder 1074-1077

Folder 1074

Folder 1075

Folder 1076

Folder 1077

MLA Paper: "Source and Symbol": Drafts

Folder 1078

Article Distribution

Folder 1079

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.10 Hobo Songs.

About 50 items.

Research notes, song sheets, correspondence, and other materials relating to a proposed JEMF Tramps and Hoboes album (referenced in an 24 October 1967 memo from Green to the JEMF Record Committee). Information on individual songs is slight, except for a few, such as "Poor Man's Heaven," for which research materials are more extensive.

Folder 1080

Discographies

Folder 1081-1082

Folder 1081

Folder 1082

Songs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.11 Aunt Molly Jackson.

About 300 items.

Research notes and drafts for multiple projects about Aunt Molly Jackson resulting from research for an unpublished, 45-page "Bio-Bibliography." Included are notes from interviews, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other items. Projects include the "Bio-Bibliography"; "A Visit with Aunt Molly Jackson--Techniques in Folk Song Collection," a 1959 lecture by Green at the University of Illinois; a special issue of Kentucky Folklore Record edited by Green; an Aunt Molly Jackson discography; and notes for an article entitled "Ben Robertson Meets Aunt Molly Jackson."

Folder 1083-1086

Folder 1083

Folder 1084

Folder 1085

Folder 1086

"Bio-Bibliography": Drafts

Folder 1087

"Bio-Bibliography": Introduction

Folder 1088

"Bio Bibliography": Research and Writing

Folder 1089

Correspondence: Jackson, Aunt Molly

Folder 1090

Correspondence: Publishers

Folder 1091

Correspondence: Crawford, Bruce

Folder 1092

Correspondence: Haywood, Charles

Folder 1093

Correspondence: Kier, Carol Jean

Folder 1094

Discography

Folder 1095

Geography

Folder 1096

Interviews

Folder 1097

Kentucky Folklore Record: Article and Distribution

Folder 1098

Media Research

Folder 1099

Obituaries

Folder 1100

Robison, Earl

Folder 1101

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.12 Reverend Andre Blind Andy Jenkins.

About 125 items.

No published article by Green resulted from this research, but Jenkins's "Dream of a Miner's Child" is the title of a chapter in Green's book Only a Miner. Irene Spain Futrelle, Jenkins's stepdaughter, provided most of the information in these files. Futrelle wrote and performed with her father and also recorded in her own name.

Folder 1102

"Billy the Kid"

Folder 1103

Discography

Folder 1104

"Death of Floyd Collins"

Folder 1105

"Early Raw Notes"

Folder 1106

Futrelle, Irene Spain: Correspondence

Folder 1107

Futrelle, Irene Spain: Interviews

Folder 1108

Newspaper Clippings and Library Correspondence

Folder 1109

Song Texts

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.13 Labor Discography.

About 180 items.

Drafts and published versions of "A Discography (LP) of American Labor Union Songs" ( New York Folklore Quarterly, Autumn 1961, and University of Illinois ILIR Reprint #109).

Folder 1110

Article Reprint and Additions

Folder 1111

Article Distribution

Folder 1112-1113

Folder 1112

Folder 1113

Drafts

Folder 1114

Factory Girl

Folder 1115

Lowell Factory Girl: Labor Discography

Folder 1116

Newspaper Clippings

Folder 1117

Reprints and Responses

Folder 1118

Samuel Gompers LP

Folder 1119

78 RPM Records

Folder 1120

Textile Songs

Folder 1121

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.14 Labor History.

About 80 items.

Correspondence with the journal Labor History; a bibliography of labor history; and an article, "The Death of Mother Jones," which Green published in Labor History. Green's "Discography of American Coal Miner's Songs" also appeared in this journal and is listed as its own subseries.

Folder 1122

Bibliography

Folder 1123

Correspondence

Folder 1124

Correspondence: Cantor, Milton

Folder 1125

Correspondence: Jacobs, Norman

Folder 1126

"The Death of Mother Jones": Reprint and Distribution

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.15 Labor Lore.

About 200 items.

Research notes, clippings, correspondence, and drafts relating to "American Labor Lore: Its Meanings and Uses," published in Industrial Relations (February 1965). Files also include materials relating to exhibits, presentations, and a proposed album project about labor lore.

Folder 1127

Article, Drafts, and Distribution

Folder 1128

DeRorre, Sister Katie

Folder 1129

ILIR Folksong Exhibit

Folder 1130

Labor Day Songfest, 1971

Folder 1131

LP

Folder 1132

Mother Jones Bust

Folder 1133-1138

Folder 1133

Folder 1134

Folder 1135

Folder 1136

Folder 1137

Folder 1138

Research Materials

Folder 1139

Review

Folder 1140

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.16 John Neuhaus.

About 400 items.

Materials relating to Green's article "John Neuhaus: Wobbly Folklorist," published in the Journal of American Folklore (July 1960) and as a chapter in Folklore of the Great West, edited by John Greenway (Palo Alto, Ca.: American West, 1969). Rich in labor materials, these files include correspondence with Neuhaus and others, miscellaneous research materials on the I.W.W, research materials on individual songs, drafts of the article, and other items.

Folder 1141

Article

Folder 1142

Drafts: First Draft

Folder 1143

Drafts: Footnotes and Inventory

Folder 1144

Drafts: Reprint, Responses, and Distribution

Folder 1145

Drafts: Word Glossary

Folder 1146

Benson, H.W.

Folder 1147

"Black Hundred(s)"

Folder 1148

Curtis, Joseph

Folder 1149

Henkleman, William

Folder 1150

Industrial Worker

Folder 1151

I.W.W.: Miscellaneous

Folder 1152

Los Angeles Times Reprint, 1929: "The War for a Free City"

Folder 1153

Labadie Collection

Folder 1154

MacKay, Alexander

Folder 1155

Mahler, Herbert

Folder 1156

Neuhaus, John: Correspondence and Interview

Folder 1157

Rebel Voices

Folder 1158

Sabotage Songs

Folder 1159-1162

Folder 1159

Folder 1160

Folder 1161

Folder 1162

Song Research

Folder 1163

Stephenson, Richard

Folder 1164

"Sweet Bye and Bye"

Folder 1165

Weintraub, Hy

Folder 1166

Westman, W. H.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.17 Glenn Ohrlin.

About 280 items.

Correspondence, interview notes, financial and legal materials, and writings relating to Green's involvement with Ohrlin on a range of projects. Ohrlin, a cowboy musician, performed for the Campus Folk Song Club at the University of Illinois while Green was faculty advisor. The Club also produced a recording, The Hell-Bound Train, of Ohrlin's music in 1964 for which Green wrote the liner notes. See also Series 6.

Folder 1167

Bibliography/Discography

Folder 1168

Concerts

Folder 1169

Correspondence

Folder 1170

Cowboy Discography

Folder 1171

Interview and Tape Index

Folder 1172

LP Financial and Legal

Folder 1173

LP Reviews

Folder 1174

LP Reviews/Correspondence

Folder 1175

LP Side A

Folder 1176-1177

Folder 1176

Folder 1177

LP Side B

Folder 1178

Newport Folk Foundation

Folder 1179

Glenn Ohrlin: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Image Folder PF-20002/1143_02

Glenn Ohrlin with horse: Portrait, circa 1949

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1144_02

Glenn Ohrlin with horse: Portrait, circa 1949

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1145_02

Glenn Ohrlin: Performing in a home, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1146_02

Glenn Ohrlin: Portrait, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/1147_02

Glenn Ohrlin: Portrait, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Photograph by Jim Gobbrdiel: Urbana.

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/3446-3449

PF-20002/3446

PF-20002/3447

PF-20002/3448

PF-20002/3449

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

4 images

Image Folder PF-20002/3450

Glenn Ohrlin: With horse, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3451

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Photograph by Kiko Konagamitsu, Mountain View, Ark.

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3452

Glenn Ohrlin: With horse, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3453

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3454

Glenn Ohrlin: 1948

Black and White Photographic Print

5 images

Burbank, Calif., with X Brands, Denny Krache, Pat Burlson, Marvin "the Drunk," Johnny "the Actor."

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3455

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3456-3458

PF-20002/3456

PF-20002/3457

PF-20002/3458

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Image Folder PF-20002/3459

Glenn Ohrlin: 18 November 1963

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Photograph taken for the Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Ark.

Image Folder PF-20002/3460

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3461

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3462

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3463

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3464

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3465

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3566

Glenn Ohrlin: undated

Black-and-White Sheet Film

5 images

Folder 1180

Glenn Ohrlin: Photograph file

Folder 1181

Glenn Ohrlin: Publicity

Folder 1182

Glenn Ohrlin: Raw Data

Folder 1183

Glenn Ohrlin: Song Book: "Driftin' Down the Draw"

Folder 1184

Glenn Ohrlin: Miscellaneous

Includes mock-up of album cover (OP-20002/54)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/54

Glenn Ohrlin: Miscellaneous

Mock-up of album cover

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.18 Railroad in Folksong.

About 130 items.

Chiefly drafts of liner notes and research on songs for The Railroad in Folksong (RCA Victor, 1966). Correspondence indicates that research continued for another project on the same subject, possibly Railroad Songs and Ballads, which was released by the Library of Congress in 1968 (see Subseries 4.19).

Folder 1185

LP Correspondence

Folder 1186

LP Liner Notes

Folder 1187

LP Reviews

Folder 1188

LP Side A

Folder 1189

LP Side B

Folder 1190

"Wreck of the '97"

Folder 1191

Writings

Folder 1192

Miscellaneous Railroad Songs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.19 Railroad Songs and Ballads.

About 450 items.

Correspondence, album reviews, liner note drafts, and research on individual songs for Railroad Songs and Ballads (Library of Congress, 1968). Included are letters, newspaper clippings, and discographical lists. Also included are research materials on additional railroad songs and correspondence with individual researchers and railroad organizations. See also Subseries 4.18.

Folder 1193

Association of American Railroads (AAR) Ephemera

Folder 1194

Association of American Railroads Library

Folder 1195

Botkin, B. A.

Folder 1196

Donovan, Frank

Folder 1197

Hubbard, Freeman

Folder 1198

Hurston, Zora Neale

Folder 1199

Manning, Ambrose

Folder 1200

Reid, H.

Folder 1201

Reynolds, Horace

Folder 1202

Schmidt, Fred

Folder 1203

Discographies and Bibliographies

Folder 1204

Library of Congress Archive Procedures

Folder 1205

LP Correspondence

Folder 1206

LP Reviews

Folder 1207-1208

Folder 1207

Folder 1208

LP Side A

Folder 1209

LP Side B

Folder 1210

LP Song Selection

Folder 1211

LP Song Texts

Folder 1212

"Casey Jones"

Folder 1213

"The Crime of the D'Autremont Brothers"

Folder 1214

"True and Trembling Brakeman"

Folder 1215

"Wabash Canonball"

Folder 1216

Miscellaneous Railroad Songs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.20 Roberts-Martin-Roberts Aggregation.

About 300 items.

Correspondence, interview notes, photographs, maps, local tourist brochures, newspaper clippings, writings, and other items relating to Green's article "A Discography/Biography Journey: The Roberts-Martin-Roberts 'Aggregation'"(Western Folklore, July 1971).

Folder 1217

Bailey, Green

Folder 1218

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Green Bailey)

Image Folder PF-20002/3376

Bailey, Green

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3377

Bailey, Green

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3378

Bailey, Green

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1219

"The Ballad of Ed Hawkins"

Folder 1220

Boaz, Ed

Folder 1221

Chestnut, Ted: Correspondence and Interviews

Folder 1222

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Ted Chestnut)

Image Folder PF-20002/3379_01

Chestnut, Ted

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3379_02

Chestnut, Ted

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3380

Chestnut, Ted

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Folder 1223

Discography: Early

Folder 1224

Draft Article: "A Discography/Biography Journey"

Folder 1225

Gaskin, Jim

Folder 1226

"Kentucky Thorobreds"

Folder 1227

Martin, Asa

Folder 1228

Martin, Asa: Interviews

Folder 1229

Parman, Dick

Folder 1230-1231

Folder 1230

Folder 1231

Roberts, Dock: Correspondence with record company and others

Includes oversize materials (OP-20002/8-11)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/8-11

OP-20002/8

OP-20002/9

OP-20002/10

OP-20002/11

Roberts, Dock: Correspondence with record company and others

Folder 1232

Roberts, Dock: Dock Roberts at Berea, Ky.

Folder 1233

Roberts, Dock, at Berea Kentucky: Photographs

Folder 1234

Roberts, Dock: Interviews and Correspondence

Folder 1235

Roberts, Dock: Photographs

P-3054 missing as of 25 January 2017.

Folder 1236

Roberts, James

Folder 1237

Tape and Microfilm Index

Folder 1238

Toomey, Welby-: Interview and Correspondence

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.21 Sacred Songs.

About 150 items.

Research materials and drafts for three separate projects: a paper, "Thematic and Stylistic Range in American Sacred Folksong" with accompanying cassette for educational use; a published version of this paper titled "Hear These Beautiful Sacred Selections"; and liner notes for 'Mountain Sacred Songs' (County Records, 1967).

Folder 1239

Articles and Distribution

Folder 1240

Broadsides

Folder 1241

LP Distribution and Review

Folder 1242

LP Liner Notes

Folder 1243

Published Article: Drafts and Correspondence

Folder 1244-1245

Folder 1244

Folder 1245

Research Materials

Folder 1246

Unpublished Paper: Drafts

Folder 1247

Unpublished Paper: Raw Data

Folder 1248

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.22 Sound Recordings.

About 70 items.

Research on issuing sound recordings and some correspondence with potential publishers about an article called "Folksong Record Reissues: Alternative Approaches." The article appeared in 1962 in Autoharp, a journal published by the University of Illinois Campus Folk Song Club.

Folder 1249

Copyright

Folder 1250

Fair Use

Folder 1251

Reissues

Folder 1252

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.23 Textile Mill Songs.

About 400 items.

Research notes, writings, correspondence, and other items relating to "Songs of the Textile Workers" ( Textile Labor, April 1961), "Tipple, Loom & Rail" (see Subseries 4.24), and several other projected projects.

Folder 1253

Article, Drafts, and Distribution

Folder 1254

Discography

Folder 1255

Textile Labor: Correspondence

Folder 1256

Anderson, Sherwood

Folder 1257

Barkin, Solomon

Folder 1258

Bradley, F. W.

Folder 1259

Hendley, Fisher

Folder 1260

Kinzer, Cecil

Folder 1261

Paterson Strike

Folder 1262

Pictures

Folder 1263

Romaine, Ann

Folder 1264

Wiggins, Ella May

Folder 1265

Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA): Miscellaneous

Folder 1266

Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA): LP Project

Folder 1267

Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA): Papers

Folder 1268

Miscellaneous Research Material

Folder 1269

"Cotton Mill Girls"

Folder 1270

"Granite Mill Fire"

Folder 1271

"Marion Massacre"

Folder 1272

"On the Line"

Folder 1273

"Strike Song"

Folder 1274

"We are Building a Strong Union"

Folder 1275

"Weave Room Blues"

Folder 1276

"Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues"

Folder 1277

Miscellaneous Songs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.24 Tipple, Loom & Rail.

About 150 items.

Song notes, research materials, notes on interviews, and correspondence relating to writing brochure notes for Tipple, Loom & Rail, produced by Mike Seeger (Folkways, March 1966). Included are interview notes with the family of Roy Harvey, author of the song "The Virginian Strike of '23."

Folder 1278

LP Brochure

Folder 1279

LP Correspondence and Liner Notes

Folder 1280

LP Side A

Folder 1281

LP Side B

Folder 1282

Harvey, Roy

Folder 1283

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for Roy Harvey)

Image Folder PF-20002/3352

Harvey, Roy

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1284

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Edward Lewis)

Image Folder PF-20002/3381

Lewis, Edward: Photograph

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3382

Lewis, Edward: Photograph

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1285

Roan County: Correspondence

Folder 1286

Roan County: Research

Folder 1287

Seeger, Mike: Correspondence

Folder 1288

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.25 Henry Whitter.

About 115 items.

Research materials relating to an apparently unwritten biographical article on Henry Whitter. Included are a Whitter discography, correspondence, and interviews with Whitter's family, and a thesis by a former student of Green's on urban folk revivals (1967).

Folder 1289

Biographical Research

Folder 1290

Discography

Folder 1291

Hader, Hattie

Folder 1292

Hager, Fred

Folder 1293

Hancy, Anita Whitter

Folder 1294

Lukas, Victor: Thesis

Folder 1295

Payne, Callie

Folder 1296

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for Henry Whitter)

Image Folder PF-20002/3353

Whitter, Henry: Photograph

Color Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1297

Whitter, Paul

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.26 Will the Weaver.

About 30 items.

Correspondence and drafts relating to an article called "Will the Weaver's Hillbilly Kinfolk" ( Caravan, February 1959).

Folder 1298-1299

Folder 1298

Folder 1299

Will the Weaver

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.27 The Workers in the Dawn.

About 25 items.

Correspondence and drafts of "The Workers in the Dawn: Labor Lore," originally written by Green for broadcast on the Voice of America and later published in Our Living Tradition, edited by Tristram Coffin (1968).

Folder 1300-1301

Folder 1300

Folder 1301

The Workers in the Dawn

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.28 General Projects.

Materials relating to ongoing kinds of work in which Green was engaged during his professional career.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.28.1 Field Work, circa 1961-1971.

About 160 items.

Field notes, circa 1961-1971. Green traveled to Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee with Ed Kahn in the summer of 1961 and with Eugene Earle in the summers of 1962 and 1963 to conduct fieldwork with early country music recording artists. These trips supplied information for several of articles and sound recordings documented in this series. For additional information on Kahn and Earle, see Series 1, Series 7, John Edwards Papers (#20000), and the John Edwards Memorial Foundation Records (#20001). Also included are field notes from other trips that Green made.

Folder 1302

Summer 1961 (Ed Kahn)

Folder 1303

Summer 1962

Folder 1304

Summer 1963

Folder 1305

Country Music Association, June 1967

Folder 1306

Kentucky, May 1969 (Norm Cohen)

Folder 1307

Kentucky, September 1969 (Harlan Daniels)

Folder 1308

Los Angeles-San Francisco, January 1970

Folder 1309

Kentucky, June 1970

Folder 1310

New York, July 1971

Folder 1311

Los Angeles-San Francisco, August 1971

Folder 1312

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.28.2 Lectures, circa 1959-1972.

About 525 items.

Lectures and interviews given by Green, circa 1959-1972, to labor organizations, educational institutions, academic conferences, and other groups. These files also include Tape Talks, 1959-1963. These talks were part of an educational series of lectures with accompanying audio cassettes that Green developed.

Folder 1313

Tape Talk Series, 1959-1963

Folder 1314

"A Visit with Aunt Molly Jackson," May 1959

Folder 1315

Labor Institute, June 1960

Folder 1316

Michigan Folklore Society Meeting, March 1961

Folder 1317

Industrial Relations Research Association, May 1961

Folder 1318

Illinois State Federation of Labor, July 1961

Folder 1319

Ann Arbor and Detroit, Michigan, February 1962

Folder 1320

Roosevelt University, Chicago, April 1962

Folder 1321

Cornell University, July 1962

Folder 1322

Teamsters, Chicago, February 1963

Folder 1323

Southern Staff Institute, Chapel Hill, March 1963

Folder 1324

Cornell University, June 1963

Folder 1325

Labor Day, Detroit, October 1963

Folder 1326

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for Labor Day, Detroit)

Image Folder PF-20002/3392-3395

PF-20002/3392

PF-20002/3393

PF-20002/3394

PF-20002/3395

Labor Day, Detroit, October 1963

Black-and-White Photographic Print

4 images

Folder 1327

UAW and RWA, Detroit, February 1964

Folder 1328

Saint Olaf College, Minnesota, March 1964

Folder 1329

UCLA, July 1964

Folder 1330

Cornell University, April 1965

Folder 1331

Mid-America Conference on Literature, May 1965

Folder 1332

Philadelphia Folklore Society, November 1965

Folder 1333

Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, Philadelphia, February 1966

Folder 1334

Smithsonian: New Lost City Ramblers Concert, August 1966

Folder 1335

University of Pennsylvania, March 1967

Folder 1336

Purdue Conference on American Culture, April 1967

Folder 1337

Roosevelt University, Chicago, February 1968

Folder 1338

Smithsonian Ladies Committee, March 1968

Folder 1339

Smithsonian: American Folk Culture Class, June 1968

Folder 1340

University of Texas at Austin, March 1970

Folder 1341

Eastern Illinois University, April 1970

Folder 1342

Illinois Labor History Society, October 1970

Folder 1343

Local 189, Washington, D.C., March 1971

Folder 1344

Ohio State University, May 1972

Folder 1345

AFL-CIO Labor Studies Center, June 1972

Folder 1346

CBS Interview with Archie Green, August 1972

Folder 1347

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.28.3 Reviews, circa 1957-1970.

About 60 items.

Reviews and review-articles published by Green, circa 1957-1970.

Folder 1348

American Balladry from British Broadsides

Folder 1349

American Muder Ballads

Folder 1350

Early Jewish Labor Movement in the U.S.

Folder 1351

Recorded Labor Songs, an Overview

Folder 1352

Big Bill Haywood and the Radical Union Movement

Folder 1353

The Nashville Sound and Sing a Sad Song

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.28.4 Teaching, circa 1967-1969.

About 50 items.

Green's files on teaching at the University of Illinois, circa 1967-1969.

Folder 1354

Letters from Students

Folder 1355

Novel Course, University of Illinois, Fall 1967

Folder 1356

Novel Course, University of Illinois, Fall 1969

Folder 1357-1358

Folder 1357

Folder 1358

Novel Course: Miscellaneous Resources on Readings

Folder 1359

Miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 5. Festivals, circa 1958-1972.

About 880 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Materials chiefly documenting folk music or folklife festivals that Green attended, participated in, or helped organize. Included is the 1971 Smithsonian American Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C., for which Green organized a presentation of "Folk Skills of American Labor." The 1964 UC Berkeley Folk Music Festival contains a profile photograph of Green, who was a guest lecturer for the event. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1360

Appalachian South Folk Festival ("Pipestem")

Folder 1361

Beloit Blues Festival: Photographs

Black and White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3412

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Furry Lewis.

Image Folder PF-20002/3413

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Mississippi Fred McDowell.

Image Folder PF-20002/3425

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Johnny Shines.

Image Folder PF-20002/3439

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Lazy Bill Lucas.

Image Folder PF-20002/3440

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Reverend Robert Wilkins.

Image Folder PF-20002/3445

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Robert Pete Williams.

Image Folder PF-20002/3520-3521

PF-20002/3520

PF-20002/3521

Beloit Blues Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Mance Lipscomb.

Folder 1362

Bluegrass Jamboree, 1970

Folder 1363

Folkonvention, Mulberry Grove, Ill., 1970

Folder 1364

Grinnell College Folk Festival, 1970

Folder 1365

Grinnell College Folk Festival: Photographs

Black and White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3563-3564

PF-20002/3563

PF-20002/3564

Grinnell College Folk Festival, 1970

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Maybelle Carter, Balfa Brothers.

Folder 1366

Indian Neck Folk Festival, Connecticut, 1966

Folder 1367

Missouri Folk Festival, 1965

Folder 1368

Newport Folk Festival, 1960

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/3)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/3

Newport Folk Festival, 1960

Folder 1369

New York Folk Festival, 1965

Folder 1370

Oklahoma State University Music Festival, 1972

Folder 1371

Ozark Folk Festival, Arkansas, 1963

Folder 1372

Philadelphia Folk Festival, 1965-1966

Folder 1373

Philadelphia Folk Festival, 1967-1971

Folder 1374

Philadelphia Folk Festival, 1970: Photographs

Folder 1375

San Francisco State College Folk Music Festival, 1963

Folder 1376

San Francisco Folk Music Festival, 1968

Folder 1377

Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife, 1969

Folder 1378

Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife, 1971

Folder 1379

Swarthmore College Folk Festival, 1966

Folder 1380

UC Berkeley Folk Music Festivals: 1958-1963

Folder 1381

UC Berkeley Folk Music Festivals, 1964

Folder 1382

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for UC Berkeley Folk Music Festivals)

Image Folder PF-20002/3396-3397

PF-20002/3396

PF-20002/3397

UC Berkeley Folk Music Festivals, 1964: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Folder 1383

UC Berkeley Folk Music Festivals, 1963-1965

Folder 1384

UC Berkeley Folk Music Festivals, 1965-1968

Folder 1385-1393

Folder 1385

Folder 1386

Folder 1387

Folder 1388

Folder 1389

Folder 1390

Folder 1391

Folder 1392

Folder 1393

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1961-1969

Folder 1394

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1969: Photographs

Black and White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3433

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1969

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3535

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1969

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Oscar Jenkins.

Folder 1395

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1970

Folder 1396

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1970: Photographs

Black and White Contact Sheet

Folder 1397

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1971

Folder 1398

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1971: Photographs

Black and White Contact Sheet

Folder 1399

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1972

Folder 1400

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, 1972: Photographs

Black and White Contact Sheet

Folder 1401

University of Chicago Folk Festivals, University of Chicago Folklore Society

Folder 1402

University of Michigan Folk Festival, 1961

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 6. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus Folk Song Club, circa 1961-1972.

About 2,275 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Materials documenting Green's role as faculty adviser to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus Folk Song Club from around 1961 to 1972. Each year's files contain correspondence, financial and legal items, printed materials and newspaper clippings, and photographs. The files combine Green's personal records of the Club with those of student organizers. Correspondence is between Green and students, students and artists, and Green and artists. Financial and legal materials relate to artist and University contracts and fees. Printed materials are primarily publicity posters designed and distributed by Club members advertising open-mike "Folk Sings" and concerts and lectures by visiting artists and scholars. Also included is documentation of the three albums produced by the Club: Philo Glee and Mandolin Society (1962); Green Fields of Illinois (1963), featuring local performers including Lyle and Doris Mayfield; and The Hell-Bound Train (1964) by Glenn Ohrlin (see also Subseries 4.17). The Folk Song Club also published a journal called Autoharp. The Southern Folklife Collection holds a full run of this journal. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1403

1961: Correspondence

Folder 1404

1961: Financial and Legal

Folder 1405

1961: Printed Materials and Clippings

Folder 1406

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for 1961: The Dillards)

Image Folder PF-20002/0472_02

1961: The Dillards with banjo, double bass, guitar, mandolin: Portrait: Publicity photograph for Elektra Records, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Folder 1407

1962: Correspondence

Folder 1408

1962: Financial and Legal

Folder 1409

1962: Philo Glee and Mandolin Society

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/4)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/4

1962: Philo Glee and Mandolin Society

Folder 1410

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1962: Philo Glee and Mandolin Society)

Image Folder PF-20002/3383

1962: Philo Glee and Mandolin Society: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Doyle Moore, Paul Adkins, Jim Hockenhull.

Image Folder PF-20002/3542-3562

PF-20002/3542

PF-20002/3543

PF-20002/3544

PF-20002/3545

PF-20002/3546

PF-20002/3547

PF-20002/3548

PF-20002/3549

PF-20002/3550

PF-20002/3551

PF-20002/3552

PF-20002/3553

PF-20002/3554

PF-20002/3555

PF-20002/3556

PF-20002/3557

PF-20002/3558

PF-20002/3559

PF-20002/3560

PF-20002/3561

PF-20002/3562

1962: Philo Glee and Mandolin Society: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

21 images

Doyle Moore, Paul Adkins, Jim Hockenhull, Tony Hough.

Folder 1411-1412

Folder 1411

Folder 1412

1962: Printed Materials and Clippings

Folder 1413

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs)

Image Folder PF-20002/0638_03

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Flatt & Scruggs with banjo; guitar (includes Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs): Portrait, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Digitized image also available online in John Edward Memorial Foundation Records (20001).

Image Folder PF-20002/0647_04

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Foggy Mountain Boys with tour bus (includes Flatt & Scruggs, Lester Flatt, Burkett E. "Buck" "Josh" Graves, Johnny Johnston, Earl Scruggs, English P. "Jake" Tullock, Paul Warren): Portrait, undated

Color Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates; Photograph by Jeanne Gordon Studios.

Image Folder PF-20002/3360

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Sleepy John Estes: Portrait, undated

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3361

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Sleepy John Estes: Portrait, undated

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Sleepy John Estes: Portrait, undated

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3372

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Liam and Patrick Clancy

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3421-3424

PF-20002/3421

PF-20002/3422

PF-20002/3423

PF-20002/3424

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs

Black and White Photographic Print

4 images

Image Folder PF-20002/3434

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Jean Redpath

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3486

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Karl Wolfran

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3487

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Ranagramanuju Ayyangar

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3488

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Ranagramanuju Ayyangar

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3489

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Jack Elliot

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3501-3502

PF-20002/3501

PF-20002/3502

1962: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Jack Elliot

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Campus Folksong Club, YMCA Latzer Hall.

Folder 1414

1963: Correspondence

Folder 1415

1963: Financial and Legal

Folder 1416

1963: Green Fields of Illinois

Includes oversize material (OP-20002/52)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/52

1963: Green Fields of Illinois

Folder 1417-1418

Folder 1417

Folder 1418

1963: Printed Materials and Clippings

Folder 1419

1963: Emmanuel Dunn

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Photograph of drawing of Emmanual Dunn.

Image Folder PF-20002/3495

1963: Emmanuel Dunn

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3496

1963: Emmanuel Dunn

Black-and-White Photographic Print

4 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3497

1963: Emmanuel Dunn

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3498

1963: Emmanuel Dunn

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Duplicates.

Folder 1420

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1963: Mayfield, Lyle and Doris)

Image Folder PF-20002/3371

1963: Mayfield, Lyle and Doris

Black-and-White Photographic Print

5 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3490-3494

PF-20002/3490

PF-20002/3491

PF-20002/3492

PF-20002/3493

PF-20002/3494

1963: Mayfield, Lyle and Doris

Black-and-White Photographic Print

5 images

Folder 1421

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1963: Johnson, Robert)

Image Folder PF-20002/3370

1963: Johnson, Robert: Photograph

Black-and-White Photographic Print

5 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3499-3500

PF-20002/3499

PF-20002/3500

1963: Johnson, Robert: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Folder 1422

1964: Correspondence

Folder 1423

1964: Financial and Legal

Folder 1424

1964: The Hell-Bound Train

Folder 1425

1964: Printed Materials

Folder 1426

1964: Newspaper Clippings

Folder 1427

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1964: Seamuz Evans and Doc Watson)

Image Folder PF-20002/3368

1964: Seamuz Evans

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3369

1964: Seamuz Evans

Black-and-White Photographic Print

3 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3441

1964: Doc Watson

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Vanguard publicity photograph by Robert Yellin.

Folder 1428

1965: Correspondence

Folder 1429

1965: Financial and Legal

Folder 1430

1965: Printed Materials and Clippings

Folder 1431

1965: Photographs: New Lost City Ramblers

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1432

1966

Folder 1433

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1966: George and Gerry Armstrong)

Image Folder PF-20002/3508-3509

PF-20002/3508

PF-20002/3509

1966: George and Gerry Armstrong

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Folder 1434

1967

Folder 1435

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for 1967: Sons of Bluegrass)

Image Folder PF-20002/3507

1967: Sons of Bluegrass

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Folder 1436

1968

Folder 1437

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1968: Granderson, John Lee)

Image Folder PF-20002/3503-3506

PF-20002/3503

PF-20002/3504

PF-20002/3505

PF-20002/3506

1968: Granderson, John Lee

Black-and-White Photographic Print

4 images

Folder 1438

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1968: Seeger, Mike)

Folder 1439

1968: Seeger, Mike)

Black-and-White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3471-3480

PF-20002/3471

PF-20002/3472

PF-20002/3473

PF-20002/3474

PF-20002/3475

PF-20002/3476

PF-20002/3477

PF-20002/3478

PF-20002/3479

PF-20002/3480

1968: Seeger, Mike

Black-and-White Photographic Print

10 images

Mike Seeger, University of Chicago.

Folder 1440

1968: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

8 images

Cook County Vocal Convention.

Image Folder PF-20002/3443

1968: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Tommy Jarrell, University of Chicago.

Image Folder PF-20002/3510

1968: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Henry Crowdog publicity photograph.

Folder 1441

1969

Folder 1442

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1969: Chicago Blues Band)

Image Folder PF-20002/3516-3519

PF-20002/3516

PF-20002/3517

PF-20002/3518

PF-20002/3519

1969: Chicago Blues Band: Photographs

Black-and-White Photographic Print

4 images

"Street Men," University of Illinois.

Folder 1443

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1969: Lipencott, Pete and Nancy Drummond)

Image Folder PF-20002/3513-3515

PF-20002/3513

PF-20002/3514

PF-20002/3515

1969: Lipencott, Pete and Nancy Drummond

Black-and-White Photographic Print

3 images

University of Illinois residence halls.

Folder 1444

1969: Various Folk Artist Photographs

Black-and-White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3414

1969: Various Folk Artist Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Buell Kazee, Lee Kaufman.

Folder 1445

1970

Folder 1446

1970: Various Folk Artist Photographs

Black-and-White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3436-3438

PF-20002/3436

PF-20002/3437

PF-20002/3438

1970: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Leverett Brothers

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Image Folder PF-20002/3525-3526

PF-20002/3525

PF-20002/3526

1970: Various Folk Artist Photographs: Ted Bogan and Carl Martin

Black and White Photographic Print

2 images

Folder 1447

1971

Folder 1448

1971: Mid-Winter Festival of Traditional Music

Black-and-White Contact Sheet

Image Folder PF-20002/3468-3470

PF-20002/3468

PF-20002/3469

PF-20002/3470

1971: Mid-Winter Festival of Traditional Music

Black-and-White Photographic Print

3 images

Mike Seeger.

Folder 1449

1972

Folder 1450

Folder number no longer used (see image folders for 1972: Frank Floyd and New Generation)

Image Folder PF-20002/3522-3524

PF-20002/3522

PF-20002/3523

PF-20002/3524

1972: Frank Floyd and New Generation: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

3 images

Photographed by Tamara Fagot.

Folder 1451-1453

Folder 1451

Folder 1452

Folder 1453

Miscellaneous Printed Materials, 1961-1972

Includes oversize posters and related printed materials (XOP-20002/1, OP-20002/27-49)

Folder 1454

Undated

Folder 1455

Photographs, undated, unidentified

Oversize Paper OP-20002/27-49

OP-20002/27

OP-20002/28

OP-20002/29

OP-20002/30

OP-20002/31

OP-20002/32

OP-20002/33

OP-20002/34

OP-20002/35

OP-20002/36

OP-20002/37

OP-20002/38

OP-20002/39

OP-20002/40

OP-20002/41

OP-20002/42

OP-20002/43

OP-20002/44

OP-20002/45

OP-20002/46

OP-20002/47

OP-20002/48

OP-20002/49

Miscellaneous Printed Materials, 1961-1972

Image Folder PF-20002/3481-3482

PF-20002/3481

PF-20002/3482

Bennet, Richard Dyer

Black-and-White Photographic Print

2 images

Image Folder PF-20002/3484

Clancy Brothers, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3426

Dobson, Bonnie, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3531

Dawkins, Jimmy

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3530

Dylan, Bob

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3367

Elam, Stelle

Black-and-White Photographic Print

4 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3365

Goodwin, Cecil and Jim

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3366

Goodwin, Cecil and Jim

Black-and-White Photographic Print

6 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3442

Gray, Arvella

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3467

Gray, Arvella, November 1968

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3529

Hester, Carolyn

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3528

Houston, Cisco

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3527

Ives, Burl

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3539

Jarrell, Tommy, February 1968

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

University of Chicago.

Image Folder PF-20002/3415

Kazee, Buell

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

University of Illinois.

Image Folder PF-20002/3534

LaForge, Peter

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3444

Odetta

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3435

Redpath, Jean, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3538

Reynolds, Cathy and Lloyd

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3565

Riddle, Almeda

Black-and-White Sheet Film

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3533

Saletan, Tony

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3532

Washington, Jackie

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3427

White, Josh: Photographs, undated

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3354

Folk Singers: Big Joe Williams

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3355

Folk Singers: Big Joe Williams

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3356

Folk Singers: Big Joe Williams

Black-and-White Photographic Print

1 image

Image Folder PF-20002/3363

Folk Singers: John Walsh

Black-and-White Photographic Print

6 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3537

Folk Singers: John Walsh

Black-and-White Photographic Print

7 images

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3381

Folk Singers: Hedy West

Black-and-White Photographic Print

5 images

Duplicates.

Folder 1463

University of Illinois Folksong Club participants: photographs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 7. John Edwards, circa 1955-1971.

About 650 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Correspondence between Green and John Edwards and materials relating to Green's involvement with the John Edwards Memorial Foundation. Green, along with Irene Edwards, Norman Cohen, Ed Kahn, and Eugene Earl, helped establish the Foundation at UCLA, served on its board, and contributed to The JEMF Quarterly. See also John Edwards Papers (#20000), John Edwards Memorial Foundation Records (#20001), and D. K. Wilgus Papers (#20003). Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1464

Correspondence: General

Folder 1465

Correspondence: Cohen, Norm

Folder 1466

Correspondence: Edwards, Irene

Folder 1467-1471

Folder 1467

Folder 1468

Folder 1469

Folder 1470

Folder 1471

Correspondence: Edwards, John

Folder 1472

Folder number no longer used (see image folder for Correspondence: John Edwards)

Image Folder PF-20002/2141_05

Correspondence: Edwards, John: Performing in a home, circa 1960

Black and White Photographic Print

1 image

Duplicates.

Image Folder PF-20002/3428-3431

PF-20002/3428

PF-20002/3429

PF-20002/3430

PF-20002/3431

Correspondence: Edwards, John: Performing in a home, circa 1960

Black and White Photographic Print

4 images

Mother's comments on verso.

Folder 1473

Correspondence: Griffis, Ken

Folder 1474

Correspondence: James, Alicia

Folder 1475

Correspondence: Kahn, Ed

Folder 1476

Correspondence: Moore, Thurston

Folder 1477

Correspondence: Nixon, Joe

Folder 1478

Correspondence: Vernon, Mary

Folder 1479

Correspondence: Fundraising Letters

Folder 1480

Correspondence: Fundraising Letters: Advisory Board

Folder 1481

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: General

Folder 1482

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Articles and By-Laws

Folder 1483

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: 1967 Audit

Folder 1484

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Coal Creek Music, Inc.

Folder 1485

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Directors and Advisors

Folder 1486

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Graphic Design

Folder 1487

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Mailing List

Folder 1488

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Procedures List

Folder 1489

Correspondence: Organizational Materials: Friends of JEMF

Folder 1490

Correspondence: Projects: Future Graphics

Folder 1491

Correspondence: Projects: Hillbilly Discography

Folder 1492-1493

Folder 1492

Folder 1493

Correspondence: Projects: LP Re-Issue

Folder 1494

Correspondence: Projects: NEH Grant Application, 1966

Folder 1495

Correspondence: Projects: "Old Times Review" Radio Show

Folder 1496

Correspondence: Projects: Reprint Series

Folder 1497-1498

Folder 1497

Folder 1498

Correspondence: Projects: Talking Machine World

Folder 1499

Correspondence: Projects: Topanga Festival

Folder 1500

Correspondence: Publicity: Country & Western Issue on Edwards

Folder 1501

Correspondence: Publicity: Los Angeles Times article on JEMF

Folder 1502

Correspondence: Publicity: Ralph Stanley Fan Club Journal on JEMF

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 8. Professional Organizations, circa 1954-1972.

About 950 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Materials relating to Green's involvement in professional organizations, including the American Folklore Society (AFS), the Association of Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC), the Modern Language Association (MLA), and the Labor History organization. Green served as chair of the Constitution Revision Committee of AFS around 1965-1966 and was elected a member of the executive board in 1972. He also served on the Finance Committee of ARSC, circa 1966-1972. Files also contain materials on the Professional Union at the University of Illinois, an organization established around 1971 to unionize professors and other instructors at the University. Green appears to have been peripherally involved; the progress of the union is documented through correspondence, printed materials, newspaper clippings, and mailings from the union and the University. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1503

American Dialect Society, 1966-1967

Folder 1504

American Ethnological Society, 1966

Folder 1505

American Folklore Society: Programs, 1954-1964

Folder 1506

American Folklore Society: Committee for Education

Folder 1507

American Folklore Society: Washington, D.C., 1962

Folder 1508

American Folklore Society: Detroit, 1963

Folder 1509

American Folklore Society: New York City, 1964

Folder 1510

American Folklore Society: Denver, 1965

Folder 1511

American Folklore Society: Committee to Revise the AFS Constitution

Folder 1512

American Folklore Society: Boston, 1966

Folder 1513

American Folklore Society: Toronto, 1967

Folder 1514

American Folklore Society: Bloomington, Indiana, 1968

Folder 1515

American Folklore Society: Atlanta, 1969

Folder 1516

American Folklore Society: Los Angeles, 1970

Folder 1517

American Folklore Society: Washington, D.C., 1971

Folder 1518

American Folklore Society: Correspondence, 1969-1972

Folder 1519

American Folklore Society, 1972

Folder 1520-1521

Folder 1520

Folder 1521

Association for Recorded Sound Collections: Meetings

Folder 1522

Association for Recorded Sound Collections: Business Miscellaneous

Folder 1523

Association for Recorded Sound Collections: Correspondence: A-G

Folder 1524

Association for Recorded Sound Collections: Correspondence: H-I

Folder 1525

Association for Recorded Sound Collections: Correspondence: Jackson, Paul

Folder 1526

Association for Recorded Sound Collections: Correspondence: K-M

Folder 1527

Committee of University Industrial Relations Libraries (CUIRL)

Folder 1528

Folklore Society of Greater Washington (D.C.)

Folder 1529

Illinois Labor History Society

Folder 1530

Midcontinent American Studies Association

Folder 1531

Modern Language Association

Folder 1532

Modern Language Association of America

Folder 1533

Music Library Association

Folder 1534

Professional Union at the University of Illinois

Folder 1535

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Educational Workers Industrial Union Lecture

Folder 1536

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Medical Unions

Folder 1537

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: University Professors for Academic Order

Folder 1538

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Teamster Local No. 29 Lecture

Folder 1539

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: National and Illinois Education Associations

Folder 1540

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Faculty Committee on Collective Bargaining

Folder 1541

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Earl Robinson Concert

Folder 1542

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Straughton Lynd Lecture

Folder 1543

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: David Seldon Lecture

Folder 1544

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Illinois Federation of Teachers Meeting

Folder 1545

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Lombardi, John

Folder 1546

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Boatright, Alicia

Folder 1547

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Assistant's Union

Folder 1548

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Showings of the Organizer

Folder 1549

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Whisnant, David (President)

Folder 1550

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Printed Materials

Folder 1551

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: Clippings

Folder 1552

Professional Union at the University of Illinois: University of Illinois Strike, 1970

Folder 1553

Society of Ethnomusicology

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Original Deposit: 9. Other Papers.

About 200 items.

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, writings, kodaliths, and other items pertaining to topics not included in other series. Of note is "The Doerner Collection," a group of newspaper clippings, circa 1890-1891, "concerning labor questions, socialism, politics and the work of women" among other topics.

Folder 1554

Academic Articles

Folder 1555-1556

Folder 1555

Folder 1556

Bill Settlemire Manuscript

Folder 1557

Catalogs

Folder 1558-1560

Folder 1558

Folder 1559

Folder 1560

Clippings

Folder 1561-1563

Folder 1561

Folder 1562

Folder 1563

The Doerner Collection

Folder 1564

Jones Blizzard

OP-20002/13-14

Oversize Paper OP-20002/13-14

OP-20002/13

OP-20002/14

Jones Blizzard

Folder 1565

Printed Materials

Folder 1566

Miscellaneous Research Notes

Folder 1567-1568

Folder 1567

Folder 1568

Travel

Folder 1569

Article on Green, 1957

Folder 1570

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Honorary Degree, 1991

Folder 1571

Article by Green

Folder 1572

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Conference on Occupational Folklore, 1994

Folder 1573

Interviews with Green, 1994

Folder 1574

Green: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

Color Print

Black and White Sheet Film

Image Folder PF-20002/3358

Green: Photographs

Black and White Photographic Print

Image Folder PF-20002/92

Green: Photographs

Addition of January 2017 (Acc. 103019)

Ian Reid, the son of Donna Reid, with Archie Green and LuAnn Green.

Folder 1575

Miscellaneous

Includes kodaliths (filed as OP-20002/12-14)

Oversize Paper OP-20002/12-14

OP-20002/12

OP-20002/13

OP-20002/14

Miscellaneous kodaliths

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Additions of March 2006, July 2009, and April 2010.

About 94,000 items.

Notes: Archie Green's file folder titles and headings have been retained, though alphabetical order has been imposed on the headings to facilitate searching.

There are many interconnected subject files throughout the original deposit and these additions. Researchers are advised to consider a wide range of access points for areas of interest as there is overlap of content among many files with different titles. For example, labor-themed materials may be concentrated under headings of "Labor" and "Laborlore," but they also may be found within a particular book project or subject file that does not have "labor" in its title. Likewise, writings, especially lectures and articles, could be filed under the published title, the heading "Writings," or a topical subject file.

The additions include series for correspondence, subject and project files, posters and other printed ephemera, the John Neuhaus papers, the Peter Tamony papers, financial materials and other papers. Correspondence files document exchanges and collaborations with traditional artists; folklorists; labor organizations, organizers, and scholars; book publishers; record companies and collectors; students; fans; and others. Files often contain other materials, such as related writings, grant proposals, newspaper clippings, and interview notes.

The subject and project files build on and expand the topical content found in the original deposit. Notable topics represented in these additions include Green's lobbying efforts on behalf of the Citizens' Committee for an American Folklife Foundation (CCAFF) to establish the American Folklife Center; singers and songwriters, including Earl Robinson, Joe Hill, Merle Travis, Leadbelly, and many others; songs relating to textile, railroad, oil field, and longshore and cannery workers, coal miners, cowboys, and the Homestead Strike; songs and history of wobblies and the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); labor history, including riots in Wheatland, Calif., in 1913 and in Centralia, Wash., in 1919; folk art, labor art, and artists, such as Tom Benton, Lili Rethi, Miguel Covarrubias, and John Noble; unions and working culture of shipwrights, pile drivers (also called pile butts), millwrights and carpenters, loggers, and maritime, steel, sheetmetal, and timber workers; labor landmarks throughout the United States, but especially in the San Francisco Bay area; the history of federal government support for folk life; the history of the study of folklore; the role of public sector/applied folklore in the preservation of folklore and cultural conservation; the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Project; and graphic art representations of folklore and labor themes, including depictions of folk hero John Henry. Many of these topical files directly relate to an article or book Green wrote and consist of his "sequence" notes on project status and conversations with sources and collaborators, correspondence, clippings, and other secondary source materials. Several of the projects, especially Only a Miner, Calf's Head and Union Tales, Pile Butt Prints, Tin Men, and Graphics, a series of articles Green wrote for the JEMF Quarterly (John Edwards Memorial Foundation), also include extensive files of artistic illustrations and photographs. In addition to art, Green also collected a wide variety of printed materials, including folk music catalogs; folk life newsletters; labor newsletters, pamphlets, and bibliographies; work songs; and work tales. Green's collection of posters, clippings, and other ephemera that publicize or comment on albums and concerts, art exhibitions, political campaigns, folk festivals, lectures, and other events are filed in a separate series.

Other materials in the subject and project files document Green's teaching career at the University of Texas; his work with organizations dedicated to the study of folklore and labor history and culture, such as the Institute for Folk Culture, the Fund for Labor Culture & History, and the San Francisco State University Labor Archives and Research Center; folk festivals, including the National Folk Festival; his prolific research and public presentations at conferences and other events; and his participation in professional associations, especially the American Folklore Society. Green's long-time collaborators in these associations and on conferences, festschrifts, musical compilations, and other projects include Brenda McCallum, Judy McCulloh, Gilbert Mers, Norm Cohen, Ron Cohen, Richard Reuss, Alan Jabbour, Joe Gladstone, and many others. Green also worked collaboratively with a number of institutions, including the University of North Carolina, where he gave lectures, organized conferences, and led fundraising for the John Edwards Memorial Foundation Fund and an occupational folklore fellowship.

Green's close collaboration with John Neuhaus on the "Big Red Songbook" is documented in the series of John Neuhaus papers. This file group also includes Neuhaus's miscellaneous research materials and notes on the I.W.W.; labor lyrics and musical scores, many handwritten into scrapbooks by Neuhaus; an extensive collection of sheet music and pamphlets on socialism and labor topics; and a Katie Phar Song scrapbook compiled by Herb Tulin. Likewise, the series of Peter Tamony papers includes materials that document their common interest in the etymology of labor slang terms, as well as other materials, including Green's memorial tribute to Peter Tamony; posthumous efforts to place Tamony's files in an archive; Green's Tamony Day lecture in 1986; a small amount of Tamony's research materials on American slang terms; and books, some with markings and notes, from Tamony's personal library relating to American slang, etymology, and labor studies; and other related materials.

The remaining materials in these additions are financial or biographical in nature. Green's financial materials include files of book, journal, and record expenses and routine banking, pension, and asset information. Other papers include biographical information about Archie Green in various formats, including curriculum vita, bibliography, newspaper clippings, family history, obituaries, memorials, tributes, photographs, and an oral history interview.

Audio and visual recordings from the original deposit and the additions are filed together in Series 10. Audio, Video, and Film Materials.

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About 10,000 items.

General correspondence with traditional artists; folklorists; labor organizations, organizers, and scholars; book publishers; record companies and collectors; students, fans, and others. Some files also contain writings, grant proposals, newspaper clippings, interview notes, and other materials relating to the correspondence. Also included is an index card address file. The correspondence is arranged into alphabetical and chronological runs. The chronological run is much smaller and chiefly, though not exclusively, an aggregation of non-substantive letters that Archie Green left unfiled in his later years; nevertheless, researchers are advised to review both runs as some correspondents are represented in both. Additional correspondence pertaining to specific topics and/or projects is filed throughout the collection. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Additions: Alphabetical Correspondence.

About 9,000 items.

General correspondence with traditional artists; folklorists; labor organizations, organizers, and scholars; book publishers; record companies and collectors; students, fans, and others. Some files also contain writings, grant proposals, newspaper clippings, interview notes, and other materials relating to the correspondence. Researchers are advised to review the chronological run as well as some correspondents are represented there as well. Additional correspondence pertaining to specific topics and/or projects is filed throughout the collection. Note that Green's original file folder headings and file order have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1576

A

Folder 1577

Abkin, Irv

Regarding Only a Miner and personal matters

Folder 1578

Abrahams, Janet

Folder 1579

Abrahams, Janet and Roger

Chiefly concerning Archie Green's tin men study

Folder 1580-1581

Folder 1580

Folder 1581

Abrahams, Roger

Includes clippings and publications by Abrahams (reprints etc.)

Folder 1582

Abrams, Jim

Includes informational material on labor and industrial history initiatives and studies

Folder 1583

Abrams, Sam

Includes photograph

Folder 1584

Adams, Bob

Includes a grant application for a project on the history of the Appalachian coal fields

Folder 1585

Adams, Michael

Includes some informational/promotional material on MA's novel Blind Man's Bluff

Folder 1586

Adelman, William

Chiefly pertaining to local builders/iron workers union research

Folder 1587

Adler, Cy

Includes libretto for "Wholly Mother Jones" by Peter Agnos

Folder 1588

Adler, Tom

Correspondence discusses the implication of folklore studies; also includes a clipping featuring TA correspondence and a letter of recommendation by Green for Adler

Folder 1589

Akenson, Jim

Folder 1590

Alatis, James

Folder 1591

Alderman, Tony

Folder 1592

Allen, Alan

Includes notes and informational/promotional material for some of AA's projects

Folder 1594

Allen, James

Folder 1593

Allen, Linda

Includes notes, promotional information, and other material pertaining to the music of LA

Folder 1595

Allen, Raye Virginia

Includes Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter, "Staging the Folk: New York City's Friends of Old Time Music"; material related to city lore; informational material on gospel events; material pertaining to RVA, clippings, miscellaneous papers

Folder 1596

Allen, Richard

Includes booklet on the William Ransom Hogan Jazz Archive and the Jazz Archive at Tulane University

Folder 1597

Allen, Walter/Richard

Folder 1598

Aller, Doris

Invitation to an event and the accompanying booklet

Folder 1599

Allison, Ginna

Folder 1600

Alloy, Evelyn

Includes Working Women's Music by Alloy

Folder 1601

Alpern, Ron

Includes document about Detroit labor history tours

Folder 1602

Alvey, Gerald

Folder 1603

American Film Institute

Folder 1604

Ames, Karl

Folder 1605

Ancelet, Barry

Includes clippings relating to Cajun music and New Orleans culture

Folder 1606

Anderson, David

Includes resume, and dissertation proposal/grant application

Folder 1607

Anderson, Henry

Includes pamphlet for the I.W.W./Wobblies and other material

Folder 1608

Anderson, Hugh

Folder 1609

Anderson, Janet

Folder 1610

Anderson, June

Includes information about folklore programs and events

Folder 1611

Anglin, Mary

Folder 1612

Arbaugh, Hank

Includes notes by Arbaugh about his music and performance practice

Folder 1613

Archer-Feinstein, Jane

Includes clippings from newspapers, magazines

Folder 1614-1615

Folder 1614

Folder 1615

Ardery, Julia

Includes clippings, cards, miscellaneous papers; preface to Jim Garland manuscript; pamphlet "You Can Become a Pile Driver"

Folder 1616

Arpad, Joseph

Folder 1617

Arpad, Susan

Folder 1618

Averill, Patricia

Folder 1619

B

Folder 1620

Bailey, Bill

Includes notes, newsletter, informational material, and clippings

Folder 1621

Baker, Joey

Folder 1622

Baker, Ron

Folder 1623

Ballonoff, Paul

Folder 1624

Balz, Daniel and Nancy

Includes clippings

Folder 1625-1626

Folder 1625

Folder 1626

Balz, Nancy

Includes some pictures of NB's family, notes, clippings

Folder 1627

Banes, Ruth

Includes copies of articles pertaining to country music by NB

Folder 1628-1629

Folder 1628

Folder 1629

Banks, Ann

Includes material related to "Voices from the Thirties" project

Folder 1630

Barbaria, Frank

Folder 1631

Bari, Judi

Folder 1632

Barker, Garry

Folder 1633

Barnes, Daniel

Folder 1634-1635

Folder 1634

Folder 1635

Baron, Robert (Bob)

Includes proposal for a panel on "Folklore and the American Museum"

Folder 1636

Baroni, Geno

Clipping regarding a New York cultural activist

Folder 1637

Barrett, Scott

note

Folder 1638

Barton, Ruth

Folder 1639

Bartos, Peter

Folder 1640

Bastin, Bruce

Folder 1641

Bateman, John

Batteau, Allen

Folder 1642

Baugh, John

Folder 1643

Bauman, Richard

Includes reprint of an article by Bauman

Folder 1644

Bavis, Jim

Folder 1645

Beagle, Danny

Folder 1646

Beasley, Clyde

Concerning mining lore

Folder 1647

Beasley, Ellen

Folder 1648

Beaver, Patricia

Concerning an MA in Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University

Folder 1649

Beck, Jane

Folder 1650

Becker, Bill

Folder 1651

Becker, Jane

Folder 1652

Becker, Stephen

Concerning the California Historical Society

Folder 1653

Belanus, Betty

Folder 1654

Bender, William

Folder 1655-1656

Folder 1655

Folder 1656

Benedetti, Joan

Folder 1657

Benner, Chris

Folder 1658

Benson, Herman

Folder 1659

Bergman, G. M.

Folder 1660

Berkeley, Roy

Includes proposal for a book "Folk and Country Songs of the FDR Years"

Folder 1661

Berland, Oscar

Folder 1662

Bernhardt, Debra

Folder 1663

Bernhardt, Jack

Folder 1664

Berwick, Arnold

Folder 1665

Biddle, Liu

Folder 1666

Billy, The Pit Horse

Folder 1667

Bingham, Sallie and Barrie

Folder 1668

Bishop, Bill

Folder 1669

Bishop, Joyce

Folder 1670

Bisson, Joe

Folder 1671

Blackley, Becky

Folder 1672

Blank, Les

Includes materials about Blank, an independent filmmaker

Folder 1673

Blatt, Marty

Folder 1674

Blizzard, William

Folder 1675

Bluestein, Gene

Folder 1676

Blum, Joe

Folder 1677

Boatright, Mody

Includes notes and brochure: Folklore of the Oil Industry

Folder 1678

Boggs, Jesse

Folder 1679

Bonfield, Lynn

Folder 1680

Borg, John

Folder 1681

Bowers, Jane

Folder 1682

Bowman, Charlie

Folder 1683

Bowman, Paddy

Folder 1684

Boyd, Cynthia

Folder 1685

Boyd, Joe Dan

Folder 1686

Boyden, Richard

Folder 1687

Boynton, Mia

Includes two issues of the Seattle Folklore Society's journal

Folder 1688

Brackner, Joey

Folder 1689

Brady, Erika

Folder 1690

Brandimarte

Folder 1691

Branfman, Judy

Boyle Heights; flier for exhibition "Hidden Labor/Oficios Ocultos"

Folder 1692

Brasseaux, Ryan

Folder 1693

Brauner, Cheryl

Folder 1694

Bray

Folder 1695

Brennan, Tugboat Annie

Folder 1696

Bressler, Sandy

Folder 1697

Bronner

Archie Green's review of an article submitted for publication

Folder 1698

Bronstein, Jamie

Stanford University

Folder 1699

Brooks, Maria

Includes publicity material for Racing the Wind: the Life and Trials of Captain Michael Healy

Folder 1700

Brown, Alex

Folder 1701

Brown, Cecil

; note

Folder 1702

Brown, Ed

Folder 1703

Brown, Jane

Folder 1704

Brown, Lorraine

Includes grant proposal, materials regarding the Conference on New Deal Culture

Folder 1705

Broudy, Saul

Folder 1706

Bruce, Dix

Folder 1707

Brunvand, Jan

Folder 1708

Bryson, David

Folder 1709

Buckingham, Peter

Folder 1710

Bufalini, Angelo

Includes photocopies of an Industrial Workers membership book

Folder 1711

Buhle, Paul

Folder 1712-1713

Folder 1712

Folder 1713

Bulger, Peggy

Folder 1714

Bullert, Bette Jean

Folder 1715

Burns, Sean

Folder 1716

Burrison, John

Folder 1717

Burroughs, Leon

Folder 1718

Burton, John E.

Folder 1719

Bush, Bill

Folder 1720

Bussard, Joe

Folder 1721

Butler, Bill

Folder 1722

Butowsky, Harry

note

Folder 1723

Byington, Robert

Includes sexual harassment policy (UNC)

Folder 1724

Byrd, Barbara

Folder 1725

Byrd, James

Folder 1726

Byrne, Moyra

Includes resume and article "Antonio Gramsci and Italian Folklore Studies"

Folder 1727

C

Folder 1728

Calagione, John

Folder 1729

Caldwell, Forster

Folder 1730

Call, Malcolm

Folder 1731

Campbell, Anne

Folder 1732

Campbell, Peter

Folder 1733

Canfield, Bill

Folder 1734

Cannon, Charles

Folder 1735

Cannon, Hal

Includes several cowboy poetry and music recordings (CD-7966, CD-7967, CD-7968, CD-7969)

Folder 1736-1738

Folder 1736

Folder 1737

Folder 1738

Cantwell, Robert (Bob)

letters; letters, note, review by Cantwell

Folder 1739

Caplin, Arnold

Includes "Biograph" record catalog

Folder 1740

Carawan, Guy

Folder 1741

Carawan, Guy and Candie

Folder 1742

Carey, George

Folder 1743

Carey, Tom

Folder 1744

Carlson, Norm

Folder 1745

Carney, George

Includes copy of Carney's article entitled "Slappin' Collars and Stabbin' Pine: Occupational Folklife of Old-Time Pipeliners in the Oklahoma Oil Patch"

Folder 1746

Carpenter, Inta

Folder 1747

Carrasco, Joe

Includes a 45 disc of "Party Weekend" and "Houston El Mover"

Folder 1748

Carroll, Tom

Folder 1749

Cash, Johnny

Clippings

Folder 1750

Castillo, Greg

Folder 1751

Cate, Sandra ("Sandy"

Folder 1752

Cauthen, Joyce

Folder 1753

Chamberlin, Annie

Folder 1754

Cherny, Robert ("Bob"Bob

Folder 1755

Cherry, Kenneth ("Ken")

Discussion of book interests and knowledge

Folder 1756

Chiang, Robin

Folder 1757

Ching, Jon

Folder 1758

Choisser, Steve

Folder 1759

Christian, John

Includes a copy of JC's NEH fellowship application

Folder 1760

Clark, Jonathan

Folder 1761-1762

Folder 1761

Folder 1762

Clark, Judith (Judy)

Includes cards, ephemera, clippings

Folder 1763

Clark, Mickey

Folder 1764

Clark, Mike

Folder 1765

Cleary, Don

Folder 1766

Clemans, Paul

Folder 1767

Cline, Cheryl

Folder 1768

Closter, Harold

Folder 1769

Cochrane, Timothy

Includes notecards with bibliographic information

Folder 1770

Coffin, Tristram

Includes notes from Folklore from the Working Folk of America, edited by Coffin and Hennig Cohen

Folder 1771

Coffman, Janet

Folder 1772

Cogan, Sheila

Includes newsletter and order form

Folder 1773-1774

Folder 1773

Folder 1774

Cogswell, Robert

Folder 1775

Cohen, Gerald ("Jerry")

Concerning Comments on Etymology, a journal edited by GC

Folder 1776

Cohen, John

Folder 1777

Cohen, Larry

note

Folder 1778

Cohen, Michael

Folder 1779-1781

Folder 1779

Folder 1780

Folder 1781

Cohen, Norman ("Norm")

Includes introduction by NC to American Folk Songs: A Regional Encyclopedia; book jacket for NC's Long Steel Rail: The Railroad in American Folksong; JEMF information; text of an entry by Cohen in the Encyclopedia of Country Music

Folder 1782

Cohen, Ronald ("Ron")

Folder 1783

Cohn, Larry

Folder 1784

Cole, Peter

Folder 1785

Cole, Stephen

Folder 1786

Coleman, Audrey

Folder 1787

Collins, Bruce

Folder 1788

Collins, Willie

Includes materials relating to a project at the California State Railroad Museum, pamphlet

Folder 1789

Collison, Dan

Folder 1790

Columbia College

Includes materials on the 1997 Inter-American Conference on Black Music Research held at Columbia College, Chicago

Folder 1791

Comer, Suzanne

Folder 1792

Conard, Rebecca

Folder 1793

Conn, Dick

Folder 1794

Connors, Thomas

Includes materials relating to Society of American Archivists conference

Folder 1795

Conway, Eugenia Cecelia

Folder 1796

Cooder, Ry

Chiefly clippings; includes photograph of Cooder playing at a concert

Folder 1797

Cooley, Tim

Folder 1798

Coons, Tom

Folder 1799

Corbin, David

Includes a paper on leadership in Virginia coalfields

Folder 1800

Corn, Wanda

Folder 1801

Cornford, Dan

Folder 1802

Cortez, Carlos

Includes a pamphlet for exhibition of Cortez's work, clipping

Folder 1803

Coulter, Della

Includes information pertaining to Dorsey Dixon Music Festival

Folder 1804

Council, Kay

correspondence, clippings;

Folder 1805

Country/Western Music

Folder 1806-1810

Folder 1806

Folder 1807

Folder 1808

Folder 1809

Folder 1810

Cowley, John

Includes clippings, articles, Lord Invader; an article by Cowley

Folder 1811

Cox, Bob

Folder 1812

Cox, Stephen

Folder 1813

Cramer, Craig

Folder 1814

Crawford, Margie

Folder 1815

Critchley, Dave

Folder 1816

Croughan, Caitlin

Folder 1817

Cunningham, Keith

Arizona Friends of Folklore/Northern Arizona University (employee and faculty)

Folder 1818-1819

Folder 1818

Folder 1819

Cunningham, Rodger

Folder 1820

Cusack, Frances

Folder 1821

Cushing, Lincoln

Folder 1822

Cutrer, Tom

Includes project proposal

Folder 1823

D

Folder 1824

Dabakis, Melissa

Includes offprints of articles by Dabakis

Folder 1825

Dalton, Barbara

Folder 1826

Dalzell, Tom

Folder 1827

Daniel, Bill

Folder 1828

Daniel, Harlan

Includes notes on white Gospel music

Folder 1829

Daniel, Wayne

Folder 1830

Danker, Frederick (Fred)

Folder 1831

David, John

Folder 1832

Davidson, Selina Lewis

Folder 1833

Davis, Martha

Folder 1834

Davis, Steve

Folder 1835

Davis, Susan

Folder 1836

Deason, Paul

Includes proposal for a series of films on the folklore of working America

Folder 1837

Deemer, Polly

Folder 1838

Delaplaine, Joanne

Folder 1839

DelVecchio, Rick

Folder 1840

Dement, Polly

Folder 1841

Dempsey, Bill

Folder 1842

Dempster, Paul

Folder 1843

Den, Lou

Folder 1844-1845

Folder 1844

Folder 1845

DeNatale, Douglas (Doug)

Includes a paper written by DD and letter from Roy Berkeley

Folder 1846

Denisoff, R. Serg

Includes information about Denisoff and his book Songs of Protest, War and Peace: A bibliography and discography

Folder 1847

Denning, Michael

Includes notes and a photocopy of an article by Denning

Folder 1848

Dennis, Barbara

Folder 1849

Dickens, Hazel

Includes clippings and concert information about the Appalachian music singer

Folder 1850

Dickey, Dan

Includes information on Migrant Border Ballads Projects/Proyecto de Corridos de Migrantes and similar projects

Folder 1851

DiGirolamo, Vincent

Folder 1852

Dilling, Marni

Folder 1853

Dintenfass, Susan

Folder 1854

Dix, Bruce

Folder 1855

Dixon, Dorsey

Chiefly pertaining to the Dictionary of North Carolina Biography

Folder 1856

Dixon, Steve

note

Folder 1857

Dobkin, Marjorie

Folder 1858

Dombrowski, James

Folder 1859

Donahue, Gil

Folder 1860

Donovans

Folder 1861

Doro, Sue

Folder 1862

Dorson, Richard

Folder 1863

Doughty, Edie

Folder 1864-1865

Folder 1864

Folder 1865

Doyle, Joe

Folder 1866

Doyle, Robert C.

Folder 1867

Draper, Alan

Includes article by AD

Folder 1868

Drew, Jessie

Folder 1869

Driftwood, Jimmy Morris

Includes clippings and photograph

Folder 1870

Driskell, Leon

Folder 1871

Duffy, Susan

Folder 1872

Duffy, Tim

Folder 1873

Dugaw, Dianne

Folder 1874-1875

Folder 1874

Folder 1875

Dunaway, David

Includes article by DD; information and book reviews about his book on Pete Seeger, Songs of Social Change: An International Annotated Bibliography

Folder 1876

Dundes, Alan

Includes reprints of articles in Anthropological Quarterly; Western Folklore, New Scientist, Studia Fennica

Folder 1877

Dunning, Judith

Folder 1878

Durham, John

Folder 1879

Dyen, Doris

Folder 1880

E

Folder 1881

Eals, Clay

Folder 1882

Earle, Eugene

Folder 1883

Ebert, Roger

Folder 1884

Eble, Connie

Folder 1885

Edison, Carol

Folder 1886-1887

Folder 1886

Folder 1887

Edminster, Tom

Folder 1888

Edmisten, Rufus

Folder 1889

Edwards, William

Folder 1890

Eff, Elaine

Folder 1891

Eisely, Sally

note

Folder 1892

Eisen, Jon

Folder 1893

Eisenberg, Susan

Folder 1894

Ellison, Ralph

Includes clippings about RE

Folder 1895

Ellsworth, Ruth

Folder 1896

Elsila, Dave

Folder 1897

Elster, Ernestine

Folder 1898

Elster, Sandy

Folder 1899

Emmet, Bob

Folder 1900

Emrich, Duncan

Includes copy of Songs of the Western Miners

Folder 1901

Endres, Cliff

Folder 1902

Epstein, Dena

Folder 1903

Erbsen, Wayne

Folder 1904

Erdener, Yildiray

Folder 1905

Erlich, Mark

Folder 1906

Evans, Bill

Folder 1907

Evans, David (Dave)

Inculdes newspaper article about Dave Evans; "Bubba Brown: Folk Poet" in the Mississippi Folklore Register vol.7 no. 1

Folder 1908

Evans, Elaine

Includes paperwork for the NEH Appalachian Writers project

Folder 1909

Evans, Tim

Folder 1910

Eveleth, Bob

Folder 1911

F

Folder 1912

Fahey, John

Folder 1913

Fahrenwald, Andy

Includes materials on the Samuel Knight Chapter of the Society for Industrial Archaeology

Folder 1914

Farber, Peggy

Includes information about radio show

Folder 1915

Farr, Sidney Saylor

Folder 1916

Farrer, Ginger

Folder 1917

Fath, Adele and Creekmore

Folder 1918

Fath, Creekmore

Folder 1920

Feinstein, Paul

Folder 1919

Feinstein, Jane Archer

Folder 1921

Feintuch, Burt

Includes program for Folklore and the Public Sector

Folder 1922

Feldman, Lisa

Folder 1923

Ferris, William (Bill)

Folder 1924

Feurer, Rosemary

Includes Mother Jones: America's Most Dangerous Woman (DVD-20002/11) accompanied by other informational materials

Digital Video Disc DVD-20002/11

Mother Jones: America's Most Dangerous Woman

See folder 1924.

Folder 1925

Fiel, Lanny

Folder 1926

Field, Alida

Folder 1927

Fife, Austin

Concerning AF's pioneer work in the study of folklore

Folder 1928-1929

Folder 1928

Folder 1929

Fine, Elizabeth (Betty)