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Collection Number: 20005

Collection Title: Artus Moser Papers, 1921-1988

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Size 5.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 3175 items)
Abstract Artus Monroe Moser (1894-1992), writer, educator, and historian, spent much of his life collecting ballads in and around his home in Western North Carolina in an effort to document the folk traditions of Appalachia. Moser wrote extensively about the folk songs, folklore, and history of Appalachia, and recorded numerous Appalachian performers onto acetate discs. In 1945, the Library of Congress provided Moser with the equipment to collect and record more material, which was later placed in the LC's Archive of American Folk Song. The Artus Moser collection includes biographical material relating to Artus Moser and his wife, Mabel Young Moser, and Moser's numerous writings on Appalachian folk song, folklore, history, and other subjects. Moser's writings on the life of novelist Thomas Wolfe and his biography of North Carolina potter Walter Benjamin Stephen are also included. Other materials are Moser's ballad collection, consisting of versions of over 200 traditional ballads and folk songs, as well as collected stories and reminiscences of Appalachian folklife. There are also family history materials and numerous photographs of Moser and his family, including Moser playing the part of Andrew Jackson in a 1950 performance of the outdoor drama Unto These Hills. The collection also contains numerous sound recordings and scattered moving images. Sound recordings consist of commercial 78rpm records and LPs Moser collected, as well as his own acetate disc and reel-to-reel recordings of traditional Appalachian performers, including Jean Ritchie, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Marcus Martin, Maud Gentry Long, Samantha Bumgarner, George Pegram, Pleaz Mobley, Red Raper, and Virgil Sturgill. Other recordings include Waldensian singing, Western North Carolina Cherokee singer Will West Long, and shape note singers from Etowah, N.C.
Creator Moser, Artus.
Curatorial Unit Southern Folklife Collection
Language English.
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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 Artus Moser Papers #20005, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from Irene Moser of Swannanoa, N.C., in July 1990 (Acc. 90123, 90124, 90131, and 90132), June 1995 (Acc. 95078), May 2000 (Acc. 98705), April 2002 (99232), and November 2005 (Acc. 100282); Mabel Y. Moser of Swannanoa, N.C., in July 1993 (Acc. 93096); and Joan Moser in August 2004 (Acc. 99875).
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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Encoded by: Kelly Kress, January 2003

Updated by: Nancy Kaiser, February 2024

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Ballad collector, educator, and historian Artus Monroe Moser was born 14 September 1894 in Hickory, N.C., to David Lafayette (Fayette) Moser and Cordelia Elizabeth King Moser. When Artus was two, the family moved to Buckeye Cove, N.C., located in Buncombe County near the Swannanoa Valley, where his mother had grown up and her family still lived. In 1904, Fayette Moser took a job as forester for the Biltmore Estate and moved the family there, where they remained until 1917 when Fayette became the North Carolina State Forest Warden on Mt. Mitchell. The family spent twelve years on Mt. Mitchell, then returned to Swannanoa after Fayette was hired as Warden for the Beacon Blanket Mill watershed. Growing up in the mountains of Western North Carolina instilled in Artus a deep respect for the traditions of Appalachia, which continued to influence him throughout his life.

Artus was graduated from Biltmore High School in 1917, then spent a year of active military duty in France during World War I. Upon returning to North Carolina, he entered the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where he studied under historian R. D. W. Connor and received his A.B degree in 1923. During his time in Chapel Hill, Moser began to develop his lifelong interest in North Carolina history and folklore. After serving as principal of Swannanoa High School for two years, he returned to Chapel Hill to pursue an M.A. degree, which he received in 1926. During this time, he also worked as a research assistant under Howard W. Odum in the Institute for Research in Social Science. In the years after leaving Chapel Hill, Artus pursued further graduate work at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Chicago Art Institute, and the Grand Central Art School in New York City. He also worked as a professor of English and speech at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. In 1929, he married Mabel Eula Young, a graduate of the North Carolina College for Women in Greensboro, in her hometown of Spencer, N.C. The Mosers then moved to Middlesboro, Ky., near Harrogate, Tenn., where both Artus and Mabel served on the faculty of Lincoln Memorial University. The Mosers' three children--Dorothea Joan, Artus Monroe, Jr., and Janette Irene--were all born in Middlesboro. The family moved back to the Swannanoa area in 1943, where Artus taught in various schools until his retirement in 1964.

Artus began to collect ballads and folktales during his years in Tennessee, where he had encouraged his students to investigate their own heritage. He also contributed ballads to the collection of University of Tennessee folklorist Edwin C. Kirkland. Back in North Carolina, Artus avidly collected ballads and folktales in and around the western part of the state, recording local singer and storyteller Maud Gentry Long and musicians Jean Ritchie, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, and Pleaz Mobley, among others. In 1945, after playing his recordings during a talk he gave at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Artus was encouraged to offer his collection to the Library of Congress. Duncan Emrich, Chief of the Archive of American Folksong at the Library of Congress, accepted Moser's collection and also loaned him a portable disc recorder to collect and record more material. During the summer and fall of 1946, Moser made hundreds of recordings which were later added to the archive, including many collected at the Renfro Valley Folk Festival in eastern Kentucky. Throughout the rest of his life, Artus continued to build his collection of folk material and also spoke and performed before student groups and at folk festivals. Moser's relationship with the Library of Congress led to a recording contract with Folkways Records, and, in 1955, he recorded the album North Carolina Ballads.

Artus enjoyed many artistic activities during his life, including painting, pottery, and acting. In 1974, he recorded another album of traditional music for Folkways Records called North Carolina Mountain Folksongs and Ballads. He also wrote several manuscripts, none of which was published, on such subjects as the English ballads, Western North Carolina history, the Vanderbilt family, and North Carolina educator and explorer Elisha Mitchell. Artus Moser died in Swannanoa on December 24, 1992.

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The Artus Moser papers contain correspondence, biographical materials, and photographs relating to his life, as well as his writings on ballads and folk songs, folklore, and Appalachia, plus materials he gathered in the study of these subjects. Also included are sound recordings documenting Appalachian folk music traditions, some of which he recorded himself.

Series 1 includes personal and professional correspondence, detailing his artistic interests and his work recording Appalachian musicians for the Library of Congress. The biographical materials in Series 2 relate to Moser's career as a teacher, his painting, acting, and pottery activities. They include a biography written by his daughter Irene and information about the biographical film Renaissance Man of the Mountains. Moser's family history research is also included, as well as materials relating to his wife, Mabel Young Moser.

Moser's writings are collected in Series 3. Included are published articles and his autobiography, as well as extensive writings on ballads and folk songs, folklore, and Western North Carolina. He had intended to publish an Appalachian story collection and books on Western North Carolina history and the Appalachian ballad and folk song tradition. His biographical writings on notable North Carolinians, such as novelist Thomas Wolfe and the potter Walter Benjamin Stephen are also included.

Moser's collections of Appalachian folksong, folklore, and historical materials are included in Series 4 and 5. Moser collected versions of over 200 ballads and folk songs from his friends and neighbors in Western North Carolina, in addition to songbooks and other published sources to aid him in his research. His Appalachia research comprises a variety of materials, including an extensive story collection, recollections regarding Appalachian folklife and folklore, information on Appalachian geography, identity and education, the Cherokee experience, and biographical information on several prominent Western North Carolinians.

Series 7 contains several studio photographs of Moser as a young man, as well as images of him teaching, painting, and performing. Numerous family snapshots and scrapbook pages are also included. There are also about fifteen photographs of the 1950 performance of the outdoor drama Unto These Hills, in which Moser appeared as Andrew Jackson.

Series 8 contains numerous sound recordings and scattered moving images compiled by Moser. Sound recordings consist of commercial 78rpm records and LPs Moser collected, as well as over 400 acetate discs, 1940-1955, he recorded of traditional Appalachian folk musicians, including Jean Ritchie, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Marcus Martin, Maud Gentry Long, Samantha Bumgarner, George Pegram, Pleaz Mobley, Red Raper, and Virgil Sturgill. Moser recorded many of the discs at folk festivals for the Library of Congress, using equipment provided by them. Other acetate recordings include Waldensian singing, Western North Carolina Cherokee singer Will West Long, and shape note singing from Etowah, N.C. Other sound recordings in the series include over 20 reel-to-reel tapes featuring recordings of music performances, music festivals, storytelling, and lectures. Moving images in the series consist of 2 motion picture films, 1972-1974, of music performances and music festivals, and a videotape, 1970, featuring a lecture by Maud Gentry Long on Jack Tales and ballads. The series also includes field notes found with select reel-to-reel tapes.

Series 9 consists of museum items, including wood radios and a homemade cornstalk fiddle, housed in the North Carolina Collection Gallery.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1921-1988.

About 210 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1937-1980.

About 10 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence between Artus Moser and his family and friends. Topics include Moser's artistic endeavors such as singing, painting, and acting, as well as his participation in folk festivals.

Folder 1

1937-1980

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Professional Correspondence, 1921-1988.

About 200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence regarding prospective teaching positions and other employment, book proposals, speaking engagements at various historical and folklore society meetings, and folk festival appearances.

Letters of note include those between Moser and Duncan Emrich, Chief of the Library of Congress' Archive of American Folk Song, discussing Moser's ballad and story collecting for the Library of Congress.

Folder 2

1921-1944

Folder 3

1945-1947

Folder 4

1948-1956

Folder 5

1957-1966

Folder 6

1972-1988 and undated

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About 175 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. General, 1921-1985.

About 65 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Materials documenting Moser's life, including interviews, biographies, and clippings, as well as materials from his professional life.

Folder 7

Biography by Irene Moser

Folder 8

Biographical sketch by Irene Moser

Folder 9

Brown Hudson Award citation

Folder 10

Clippings

Folder 11

Contracts

Folder 12

Film: Renaissance Man of the Mountains

Folder 13

Interview by Louis D. Silveri

Folder 14

Lincoln Memorial University

Folder 15

Miscellaneous

Folder 16

North Carolina English Institute Conference

Folder 17-18

Folder 17

Folder 18

Philosophy textbook

Folder 19

Programs

Folder 20

Recordings

Folder 21

Resumes and job applications

Folder 22

The Swan: Swannanoa High School

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About 20 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Materials relating to Moser's interest and work in drama, painting, and pottery.

Folder 23

Drama

Folder 24

Exhibits

Folder 25

Painting

Folder 26

Pottery

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About 25 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Moser's genealogical research into the maternal and paternal branches of his family. Also includes writings by his mother, Cordelia King Moser.

Folder 27

Maternal family history: King, Foster, and Heath families

Folder 28

Paternal family history: Moser family

Folder 29

Cordelia King Moser

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Mabel Young Moser, 1951-1981.

About 65 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

The papers of Artus Moser's wife, Mabel Young Moser, including her writings on education in Appalachia, correspondence with publishers about journal articles and an undated letter from Bascom Lamar Lunsford, and materials documenting her work with Christian Harmony Singing.

Folder 30

Bibliography for Appalachia

Folder 31

Christian Harmony Singing

Folder 32

Correspondence, 1970-1989 and undated

Folder 33

Lecture: "A Visit to Odense, Home of Hans Christian Andersen: A Disadvantanged Youth with the Will to Succeed!"

Folder 34

Teaching activities

Folder 35

Writings

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About 175 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1. Autobiographical, 1950s-1970s.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Drafts of an autobiography and other writings by Moser relating to his life. It appears that Moser intended to include the extensive family history writings as part of his autobiography.

Folder 36

Autobiography

Folder 37

Autobiographies for publication

Folder 38

Family history: Maternal

Folder 39

Family history: Paternal

Folder 40

"Sections From My Life"

Folder 41

"Story of George Vanderbilt in Western North Carolina: A Personal Note"

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3. Folklore and Legends, 1930s-1970s.

About 15 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title or subject.

Introductions and outlines for prospective books on folklore, Moser's version of the Chimney Rock phenomenon legend, and other writings related to Appalachian folklore.

Folder 61

"Chimney Rock Phenomenon"

Folder 62

Folklore writings

Folder 63

"Legends of the Southern Mountains" introduction

Folder 64

"Snake Charmed Man" book prospectus and outline

Folder 65

"Stories of Fact and Legend" introduction

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About 25 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title or subject.

Writings related to Appalachian history and culture, including a history of Swannanoa, N.C., where Moser and his family lived.

Folder 66

Bibliography for Western North Carolina

Folder 67

Bibliography sources

Folder 68

Cherokee

Folder 69

"On Mount Mitchell" article published in Carolina Magazine

Folder 70

Railroads

Folder 71

"The Swannanoa Story of Samuel Davidson"

Folder 72

Swannanoa valley

Folder 73

Western North Carolina

Folder 389

Resources for the Study of Appalachia and other writings

Acquisitions Information: Accession 100282

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About 15 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Biographical writings on notable North Carolinians. Includes drafts of a manuscript on the life of potter Walter Benjamin Stephen and Moser's notes on Loyal Jones's biography of Bascom Lamar Lunsford, published in 1984 as Minstrel of the Appalachians: the Story of Bascom Lamar Lunsford. In his correspondence with publishers, Moser mentions a manuscript for a book about Elisha Mitchell, but the folder contains only a short story and sources.

Folder 74

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar: Notes to manuscript by Loyal Jones

Folder 75

Mitchell, Elisha

Folder 76

Stephen, Walter Benjamin

Folder 77

Vance, Zebulon Baird

Folder 78

Wolfe, Thomas

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About 30 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title or subject.

Moser's writings on a variety of subjects, including education and teaching, writing, and public speaking. Some appear to be essays Moser wrote as a student, other materials he composed for use in teaching. Also included is a short story about a football game, a song composed for his high school football team, and an open letter to President Jimmy Carter inviting him to Western North Carolina.

Folder 79

"The Battle of the Cumberlands"

Folder 80

Book review: More Traditional Ballads of Virginia by Arthur Kyle Davis, Jr. (for the North Carolina Historical Review)

Folder 81

"Christmas at Biltmore House"

Folder 82

Education

Folder 83

Letters to the editor

Folder 84

"Open Letter to President Carter"

Folder 85

Philosophy

Folder 86

"Problems in Coaching Debate"

Folder 87

Public speaking

Folder 88

Song: "That Little Old Yadkin Team"

Folder 89

Speech: "The Challenge to Southern Youth"

Folder 90

Speech: presentation of Elisha Mitchell and "Big" Tom Wilson paintings

Folder 91

"Use of Local Material for Books"

Folder 92

Writing

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About 1455 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1. Moser Song Collection, 1920s-1980s.

About 1335 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title.

Song texts Moser collected in Western North Carolina throughout Moser's life. Sources are sometimes noted and include family members; fiddler Marcus Martin; and Maud Gentry Long, the daughter of Jane Gentry, who provided British ballad collector Cecil Sharp with much of his material. Most folders include several versions of a particular ballad, as well as research notes by Moser.

Folder 93

"Adam Lay I-Bowndyn"

Folder 94

"Allan Waters"

Folder 95

"A-Roving"

Folder 96

"Awake, Awake New Drowsy Sleeper"

Folder 97

A miscellaneous

Folder 98

"Bacon and Greens"

Folder 99

"The Bailiff's Daughter"

Folder 100

"Barbara Allen"

Folder 101

"Barney McCoy"

Folder 102

"The Battle of Otterbourne"

Folder 103

"A Bed of Primroses"

Folder 104

"Black Jack Davie" (or "The Gypsy Laddie")

Folder 105

"The Black Sheep"

Folder 106

"The Blue Bells of Scotland"

Folder 107

"The Blue-Eyed Boy"

Folder 108

"Blue Eyes"

Folder 109

"Bonnie Blue Eyes"

Folder 110

"Bonnie George Campbell"

Folder 111

"The Boston Burglar"

Folder 112

"The Broken Token" (or "The Broken Ring")

Folder 113

"Brown Eyes"

Folder 114

"Buffalo Boy"

Folder 115

"Bury Me Beneath the Willow"

Folder 116

"The Butcher Boy"

Folder 117

B miscellaneous

Folder 118

"The Cambric Shirt" (or "The Elfin Knight")

Folder 119

"Careless Love"

Folder 120

"The Cherry Tree Carol"

Folder 121

"Cindy"

Folder 122

"Cold Mountains"

Folder 123

"Cold Winter's Night"

Folder 124

"Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies"

Folder 125

"Come All Young People"

Folder 126

"Covington"

Folder 127

"The Cowboy's Lament"

Folder 128

"A Cowboy's Prayer"

Folder 129

"Cripple Creek"

Folder 130

"The Cuckoo"

Folder 131

"The Cuckoo Song"

Folder 132

"Cumberland Gap"

Folder 133

C miscellaneous

Folder 134

"Dark as a Dungeon"

Folder 135

"Darba"(or "Darby's or Derby's Ram")

Folder 136

"Deamon Love"(or "The House Carpenter")

Folder 137

"The Death of George Collins"

Folder 138

"The Deer Song"(or "I Went Up on the Mountain")

Folder 139

"Dogget's Gap"

Folder 140

"The Dowie Dens of Yarrow"

Folder 141

"Dream of a Miner's Child"

Folder 142

"The Dying Cowboy"(or "The Lone Prairie")

Folder 143

"The Dying Soldier"

Folder 144

D miscellaneous

Folder 145

"Early, Early in the Spring"(or "The Girl I Left Behind")

Folder 146

"Edward"

Folder 147

E miscellaneous

Folder 148

"False Knight Upon the Road"

Folder 149

"Fare You Well, Old Joe Clark"

Folder 150

"Farmer's Curst Wife"

Folder 151

"Father Grumble"

Folder 152

"The Fisherman's Song"

Folder 153

"Flowers of the Forest"

Folder 154

"The Fox"

Folder 155

"Frankie Baker"

Folder 156

"Froggie Went a Courting"

Folder 157

F miscellaneous

Folder 158

"Gaffer Gray"

Folder 159

"The Galley Slave"

Folder 160

"Gathering Flowers From the Hillside"

Folder 161

"Gentle Fair Jenny"

Folder 162

"A Gentleman's Meeting"(or "Down By Yon Riverside")

Folder 163

"George Collins"

Folder 164

"Get Up and Bar the Door"

Folder 165

"The Girl I Left on New River"

Folder 166

"The Golden Vanity "or ("The Sweet Trinity")

Folder 167

Good Old Mountain Dew

Folder 168

"Green Grow the Rushes, O"

Folder 169

"Green Grows the Laurel"

Folder 170

"The Green Willow Tree"(or "The Golden Willow Tree")

Folder 171

"Greensleeves"

Folder 172

"Ground Hog"(or "Whistle Pig")

Folder 173

"The Gypsy Countess"

Folder 174

"The Gypsy's Warning"

Folder 175

G miscellaneous

Folder 176

"The Hangman's Song"(or "The Maid Freed From the Gallows")

Folder 177

"Here's to the Maid of Bashful Sixteen"

Folder 178

"Home, Dearie, Home"(or "Home, Daughter, Home")

Folder 179

"How She Won the Farmer With Her Dog and Her Gun" (or "Hunting Girl")

Folder 180

"How the Squire Courted Nancy"(or "Glasgerion")

Folder 181

H miscellaneous

Folder 182

"I Called But Noboby Answered"

Folder 183

"I Love Little Willie"

Folder 184

"I Won't Marry a Man"(or "I Won't Marry")

Folder 185

"I'll Remember You, Love in My Prayers"

Folder 186

"I'm Going to Georgia"

Folder 187

"I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes"

Folder 188

"In the Hills of Roan County"

Folder 189

I miscellaneous

Folder 190

"Jack and Joe"

Folder 191

"Jackaroo"

Folder 192

"Jackie Boy"

Folder 193

"Jack of Diamonds"

Folder 194

"Jealous Lover"

Folder 195

"Jesse James"

Folder 196

"Jessie, the Flower of Dumblaine"

Folder 197

"John Hardy"

Folder 198

"John Henry"

Folder 199

"John Riley"

Folder 200

"Johnson Boys"

Folder 201

J miscellaneous

Folder 202

"Katie Morey"(or "A Clever Fellow")

Folder 203

"Kidder Cole"

Folder 204

"The Knight and the Lady"

Folder 205

"Knoxville Girl"

Folder 206

K

Folder 207

"Lady Isabel and the Elf-Knight" (or "Pretty Polly")

Folder 208

"The Lass of Rock Royal"(or "Who Will Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet")

Folder 209

"Little Bunch of Roses"

Folder 210

"Little Mattie Groves"(or "Lord Daniel")

Folder 211

"The Little Mohee" (or "The Pretty Mohea")

Folder 212

"Little Musgrave and Lady Bernard"

Folder 213

"Little Rosewood Casket"

Folder 214

"Little Sparrow"

Folder 215

"Lonesome Dove"

Folder 216

"Lord Bateman"(or "Lord Beichan" or "The Turkish Lady")

Folder 217

"Lord Lovel"

Folder 218

"Lord Randall"(or "Jimmy Randall")

Folder 219

"Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender"

Folder 220

"Loving Henry"

Folder 221

L miscellaneous

Folder 222

"The Martins and the McCoys"

Folder 223

"Mary Hamilton" (or "The Four Marys")

Folder 224

"Merry Thought's Song"

Folder 225

"More Pretty Girls Than One"

Folder 226

"My Dearest Love"(or "My Dearest Friend")

Folder 227

"My Grandmother"

Folder 228

"My Home Across the Smokey Mountains"

Folder 229

"My Johnny Was a Shoemaker"

Folder 230

"My Mind to Me a Kingdom Is"

Folder 231

M miscellaneous

Folder 232

"The Nightingale"(or "One Morning in May")

Folder 233

"The North Carolina Hills"

Folder 234

"No Vacancy"

Folder 235

N miscellaneous

Folder 236

"The Oak and the Ash"

Folder 237

"The Old Gray Goose"

Folder 238

"The Old Gray Mare"

Folder 239

"Old Man From Over the Moor" (or "Old Shoes and Leggins")

Folder 240

"An Old Woman in Our Town"

Folder 241

"Omma Wise"

Folder 242

"O! Love Is Hot and Love Is Cold"

Folder 243

"On Top of Old Smokey"

Folder 244

"The Orphan Girl"

Folder 245

"Our Goodman"

Folder 246

O miscellaneous

Folder 247

"A Paper of Pins"

Folder 248

"Pearl Bryant"

Folder 249

"Peggy Walter"

Folder 250

"People Will Talk"

Folder 251

"Poor Ellen Smith"

Folder 252

"Pretty Fair Maids All in a Garden" (or "The Soldier's Return")

Folder 253

"Pretty Saro"

Folder 254

"Put My Little Shoes Away"

Folder 255

P miscellaneous

Folder 256

"Rare Willie Drowned in Yarrow" (or "Willie's Rare and Willie's Fair")

Folder 257

"Riddle Song"

Folder 258

"Rinordine"

Folder 259

R miscellaneous

Folder 260

"Sallie" (or "The Brown Girl")

Folder 261

"Scarborough Fair"

Folder 262

"Shady Grove"

Folder 263

"The Ship That Never Returned"

Folder 264

"Short Life of Trouble"

Folder 265

"Silk Merchant's Daughter"

Folder 266

"Silver Dagger"

Folder 267

"Sir Hugh" or ("The Jew's Daughter")

Folder 268

"Sir Patrick Spens"

Folder 269

"Six King's Daughters"

Folder 270

"Soldier, Soldier"

Folder 271

"Sourwood Mountain"

Folder 272

"Swannanoa"

Folder 273

"Swannanoa Town"

Folder 274

"The Swapping Song"

Folder 275

"Sweet Evelina"

Folder 276

"Sweet William and Fair Margaret"

Folder 277

"Sweet Willie and Loving Nancy"

Folder 278

S miscellaneous

Folder 279

"The Texas Ranger"

Folder 280

"Thomas the Rhymer"

Folder 281

"The Twelve Apostles"

Folder 282

"Twenty-One Years"

Folder 283

"The Two Brothers"

Folder 284

"The Two Corbies" (or "The Two Ravens")

Folder 285

"Two Little Children"

Folder 286

"The Two Sisters"

Folder 287

T miscellaneous

Folder 288

V miscellaneous

Folder 289

"Wagoner's Lad"(or "Loving Nancy")

Folder 290

"When Good King Arthur Ruled This Land"

Folder 291

"Where Hast Thou Been Today?"

Folder 292

"The Wife of Usher's Well" (or "The Three Little Babes")

Folder 293

"The Wild Moor"

Folder 294

"Wildwood Flowers"

Folder 295

"Willie Down By the Pond" (or "It's Sinful to Flirt")

Folder 296

"The Witty Shepherd"

Folder 297

"The Wreck of the Old Ninety-Seven"

Folder 298

"The Wreck of the Number Nine"

Folder 299

W miscellaneous

Folder 300

"Young Hunting" (or "Lord Henry")

Folder 301

Y miscellaneous

Folder 302

"Zeb Turney's Gal"

Folder 303

Song compilations

Folder 304

Untitled songs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2. Tune Collections, 1940s-1970s.

About 90 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Collections of ballads, folksongs, or hymns that Moser categorized by type or source. Also included are lists Moser compiled of his own collection, some of which indicate sources and alternate titles.

Folder 305

Ballads for games

Folder 306

Cashion, Laura

Folder 307

"English Notebook: Folklore and Ballads" by Linda Hutchens

Folder 308

"Folksongs and Ballads" by Elizabeth A. Gregg

Folder 309

Hymns (photocopies)

Folder 310

Lists

Folder 311

North Carolina ballads for teenagers

Folder 312

Odd or unusual ballads

Folder 313

Scottish ballads

Folder 314

Western North Carolina singers

Folder 315

WWNC radio

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3. Songbooks, 1920-1960.

About 15 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Original songbooks.

Folder 316-317

Folder 316

Folder 317

Songbooks

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.4. Ballad and Folksong Research, 1940s-1970s.

About 15 items.

Handwritten, photocopied, and collected information about selected songs and ballads as well as folksongs in general.

Folder 318

Research

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Appalachia, 1940s-1980s.

About 255 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.1. Folklore and Folklife, 1930s-1980s.

About 75 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Collected information regarding Appalachian traditions and way of life. Of particular interest are hand-written accounts and newspaper columns about Appalachian folklife.

Folder 319

Events and festivals

Folder 320

Folk knowledge

Folder 321

Folk medicine

Folder 322

Folk-Ways and Folk-Speech columns by Rogers Whitener

Folder 323

Irish musical tradition

Folder 324

Mountain speech

Folder 325

Mummers

Folder 326

Recollections

Folder 327

Riddles and superstitions

Folder 328

Storytelling

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2. Collected Stories, 1940s-1970s.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by title.

Folktales and legends from Western North Carolina that Moser collected from various sources. Some he recorded during interviews with local residents, other he took from previously published books or articles and retyped. Ultimately he intended to publish the collection in book form.

Folder 329

"Animal Stories from Surry County"

Folder 330

"The Battle of Kings Mountain"

Folder 331

"The Battle With the Wolves"

Folder 332

"Bear Hunting with Ewart Wilson"

Folder 333

"Black Mountain Legends"

Folder 334

"The Enchanted Mountain"

Folder 335

"Gold Hunters"

Folder 336

"Henry Ford and the Automobile"

Folder 337

"Henry West"

Folder 338

"How Fred Burnette Killed a Panther"

Folder 339

"Jack Dempsy's Father Lived in Western North Carolina"

Folder 340

"The Little People of Chimney Rock"

Folder 341

"Lonely Mountain Grave"

Folder 342

"The Missing Child and the Panther"

Folder 343

"The Panther of Western North Carolina"

Folder 344

"Snake Charmed Man"

Folder 345

"Snakes and Hogs"

Folder 346

"Spectre Calvary Fight at Chimney Rock Pass"

Folder 347

"The Terrapin and Deer Race"

Folder 348

Various legends and stories

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.3. General Information, 1940s-1980s.

About 90 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Collected information about various subjects specific to Appalachia, such as education, geography, and identity. Also included are a variety of newsletters and other publications that discuss cultural events and political and economic issues relevant to Appalachia.

Folder 349

Architecture

Folder 350

Asheville-Biltmore College

Folder 351

Asheville and Swannanoa

Folder 352

Cradle of Forestry

Folder 353

"Early Chapters of Tennessee" by T. M. N. Lewis

Folder 354

Education

Folder 355

Geography and geology

Folder 356

Health

Folder 357

Identity

Folder 358-359

Folder 358

Folder 359

Publications

Folder 360

Railroads

Folder 361

Theater

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.4. Cherokee, 1930s-1980s.

About 10 items.

Collected information about the Cherokee Moser used to research the early history of the Western North Carolina. Includes clippings about Cherokee history and folklore and notes Moser made regarding the various treaties the United States government made with the Cherokee people.

Folder 362

History and folklore

Folder 363

Treaties

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.5. Biographical Files, 1940s-1980s.

About 30 items.

Arrangement: slphabetical.

Biographical information Moser collected about prominent Western North Carolinians, including some of the folklorists and ballad singers he recorded. Of note is a booklet about the life of Asheville writer Thomas Wolfe, as well as a clipping of his obituary. Moser attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill with Wolfe and had written some unpublished articles about his life (see folder 78). The folder on Bascom Lamar Lunsford contains information about him as well as about the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival he founded in Asheville, N.C.

Folder 364

Richard Chase

Folder 365

Samuel Davidson

Folder 366

Joe Lee Hartley

Folder 367

Maud Gentry Long

Folder 368

Bascom Lamar Lunsford

Folder 369

Pleaz Mobley

Folder 370

Robert Patton family

Folder 371

Jean Ritchie

Folder 372

Jesse Stuart

Folder 373

Virgil Sturgill

Folder 374

Thomas Wolfe

Folder 375

Walker sisters

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Volumes, 1950s-1960s.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Photographs, 1918-1980s.

About 100 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Photographs of Artus Moser and his family. Includes many of Moser as a young man in his army uniform, as well as photos of him on stage at folk festivals, playing musical instruments, teaching, acting, and painting. Family snapshots include Mabel Moser and the Moser children at various ages, plus scrapbook pages recording family life. folder 381 contains photographs of a performance of the outdoor drama "Unto These Hills", in which Moser played the role of Andrew Jackson.

Folder 380

Artus Moser: Youth

Folder 381

Artus Moser: Adult

Folder 382

Family photographs

Folder 383

Family photographs and scrapbook pages

Folder 384

Moser home

Folder 385

Unto These Hills

Folder 386

Miscellaneous photographs

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Sound Recordings and Moving Images, 1940-1975 and undated.

About 500 items.

Arrangement: by format.

Numerous sound recordings and scattered moving images compiled by Artus Moser. Sound recordings consist of commercial 78rpm records and LPs Moser collected, as well as over 400 acetate discs, 1940-1955, he recorded of traditional Appalachian folk musicians, including Jean Ritchie, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Marcus Martin, Maud Gentry Long, Samantha Bumgarner, George Pegram, Pleaz Mobley, Red Raper, and Virgil Sturgill. Moser recorded many of the discs at folk festivals for the Library of Congress, using equipment provided by them. Other acetate recordings include Waldensian singing, Western North Carolina Cherokee singer Will West Long, and shape note singing from Etowah, N.C.. Other sound recordings in the series include over 20 reel-to-reel tapes featuring recordings of music performances, music festivals, storytelling, and lectures. Moving images in the series consist of 2 motion picture films, 1972-1974, of music performances and music festivals, and a videotape, 1970, featuring a lecture by Maud Gentry Long on Jack Tales and ballads. The series also includes field notes found with select reel-to-reel tapes.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.1. 78 rpm records.

49 items.

Moser's commercial 78 collection, including recordings by Burl Ives, Jo Stafford, the Fisk Jubilee Singers, and Texas Gladden. Also included are recordings by Appalachian artists Maud Gentry Long and Bascom Lamar Lunsford.

78-18249 through 78-18289; 78-18291 through 78-18298

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.2. LP records.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.3. Acetate Discs, 1940-1955.

415 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Acquisitions information: FD-20005/1299 through FD-20005/1404 and FD-20005/1678 received as Addition of August 2004

Processing information: Titles compiled from SFC database. Titles supplied by SFC are in brackets.

Vocal and instrumental recordings Moser made of Appalachian folk musicians, including Jean Ritchie, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Marcus Martin, Maud Gentry Long, Samantha Bumgarner, George Pegram, Pleaz Mobley, Red Raper, and Virgil Sturgill. Also included are recordings of Etowah shape note singing, religious quartets, Waldensian singing, and Western North Carolina Cherokee singer Will West Long.

Inventories of the acetate discs with additional information are filed in folders 392-394.

Folder 392-394

Folder 392

Folder 393

Folder 394

Acetate disc inventories

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/266

[unidentified vocalist], "Hangman"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/267

Katherine Robinson, "Weeping Mary" [or "George Collins"]; Ella Ruth Blair, "Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/268

Orrin Rice, "Rose Conley", "Rose Conley" part 2

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/269

Orrin Rice, "Silver Dagger" no. 1, "Silver Dagger" no. 2

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/270

Bingham Downs and the Raven

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/271

Artus Moser, "Barbara Allen", "Barbara Allen"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/272

Artus Moser, "Clinch Mountain", "Cumberland Gap"; Orrin Rice, "Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea, "Cumberland Gap"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/273

Cordie E. Moser, "Little Dove"; Jean Trent, "Two Sisters" [or "The Milldam of Binnorie/Balgonie"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/274

Orrin Rice, "Poor Ellen Smith"; [unidentified male vocalist], "Swannanoa"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/275

Orrin Rice, "Wildwood Flower"; Jean Trent, riddle song

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/276

Artus Moser, "Edward"; Jean Trent, "Nightingale" [or "One Morning in May"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/277

Jean Trent, "Down in the Valley", "Edward"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/278

Jean Trent, "Nightingale" [or "One Morning in May"], "Nightingale" [or "One Morning in May"]; Artus Moser, "Cumberland Gap"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/279

Hazel Parrott, "Sweet William and Fair Margaret", "Sweet William and Fair Margaret" part 2; Artus Moser, "Cumberland Gap"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/280

Hazel Parrott, "Pretty Polly", "Lady and Farmer"; Artus Moser, "Cumberland Gap"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/281

[unidentified musicians], "Cumberland Gap Boys"; Orrin Rice, "Silver Dagger"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/282

Moser family and guests, Easter party with children singing "Happy Easter to You", children talk about hunting eggs; Farewell party for Russell Bridges

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/283

Cordie E. Moser, "Elfin Knight Child" no. 2 [or "Cambric Shirt"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/284

[unidentified male and female duet], "Jessie James"; [unidentified male vocalist], "Precious Memories"; McGee, Sam and Kirk, "Coming from the Ball"; Cordie E. Moser, "Elfin Knight Child" no. 2 [or "Cambric shirt"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/285

Cordie E. Moser, "Elfin Knight Child" no. 2 [or "Cambric Shirt"], "Elfin Knight Child" no. 2 [or "Cambric Shirt"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/286

Annan King, "Old Shoes and Leggings", "Old Shoes and Leggings"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/287

Cordie E. Moser, "Lonesome Dove"; [unidentified male vocalist], "John Riley"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/288

Cordie E. Moser, "Silent Night"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/289

Cordie E. Moser, "Noel"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/290

David Moser, "She Lived up in the Mountains; [unidentified child], "Deep in the Heart of Texas"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/291

David Moser, "Are you from Dixie", "Give Me One Dozen Roses"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/292

David Moser, "Walking the Floor Over You", "Little Brown Jug", "Daisy"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/293

Artus Moser Jr., "Hi-Diddle-Diddle"; Joan Moser, "Cock-a-Doodle-Doo", "Inky-Dinky-Spider", Easter story told with Miss Buch

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/294

Artus Moser Jr, "Hickup o' o'rdy", "How Sleepy I Feel"; [unidentified child], "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep"; Artus Moser, Joan Moser and Bozie whistling; Joan Moser, "My Son John", "One Shoe Off and One Shoe On", Jack and Jill"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/295

Miss. Tucker, "Froggy Went a Courtin'", "Darby's Ram"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/296

Artus Moser and unidentified female vocalist, "Way up on Old Smokey", "Barbara Allen"; [unidentified reader], "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep"; Artus Moser, "Barbara Allen"; [unidentified male vocalist], "Walking the Floor Over You"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/297

[unidentified fiddler and guitarist], [unidentified tune]; Artus Moser, "Barbara Allen"; [unidentified child], "Froggie Went a Courtin'"; [unidentified fiddler], [unidentified tune]; [unidentified guitarist], [unidentified tune]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/298

[unidentified female vocalist], riddle ballad; [unidentified vocalist], "Devil's [Curst Wife]"; [unidentified female], Heifer Hide, a Jack and Tom tale; [unidentified speakers]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/299

[unidentified choir], shape note sacred harp singing; Buckeye Cove Trio, "To the Pines" [or "In the Pines"], "To the Pines" [or "In the Pines"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/300

Swannanoa high school girls, Irish lullaby, "When the Yanks Raise the Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima", "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes", "I Left My Girl"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/301

[unidentified Swannanoa school girl], "Barbara Allen"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/302

[unidentified Swannanoa school girl], "Barbara Allen", "Barbara Allen"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/303

Cordie E. Moser, "Alexander the Great", duck poem, "Saint's Delight" with Artus Moser

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/304

David Moser, "Pretty Mohee", "Deep in the Heart of Texas"; Bascom Lamar Lunsford, 'Way Down on the Old Plantation"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/305

Russell Hall, "Gray Eagle", "8th of January", "8th of January", "Durang's Hornpipe"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/306

Russell Hall and J. C. Biggs, "Rippling Waters", "Old Bill Cheetem", "Sally Ann"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/307

Henry Biggs, "Darling Cory", [unidentified fiddle tune], "Orange Blossom Special", "Short Life of Trouble"; Bascom Lamar Lunsford, "Scolding Wife"; Henry Biggs, "Orange Blossom Special"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/308

Marcus Martin, "Bonaparte's Retreat", "Cousin Sally Brown", "Haste to the Wedding", "Fisher's Hornpipe"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/309

[unidentified musicians], "Gray Eagle"; Marcus Martin, "Up on Old Smoky", "Scoldin' Wife"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/310

Marcus Martin, "Dixie Medley"; [unidentified female duet], [unidentified song]; Henry Biggs and J. C., "The Fox Chase", "Scolding Wife"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/311

Doc Tattent, "Soldier's Return"; Payne sisters, "Silver Dagger"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/312

Red Raper, "John Henry", "Troublin' mind", "Johnson's Old Gray Mule"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/313

Marcus Martin, "A Bed of Primroses"; Pleaz Mobley, "I Went to Arkansas"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/314

Marcus Martin, "A Bed of Primroses", "John Henry"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/315

Marcus Martin, "Wake Robin" [or "The Nightingale], "Wounded Hoosier"; Burl Ives, "Clementine"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/316

Marcus Martin, "Bonaparte's Retreat", "The Boatswain", "Bonaparte's Retreat", "The Boatswain"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/317

Marcus Martin, "Polly Put the Kettle On", "Cousing Sally Brown"; [Cordie E. Moser with Artus and Joan Moser], "Cambric shirt"; [Joan Moser], "Ten Little Indians"; [Moser child], "Caissons Go Rolling Along", "Jingle bells", "God Bless America"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/318

Moser, Dad and Aunt Agline, funny stories about family, hunting, fishing, and garden

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/319

Marcus Martin, "Lady Hamilton"; Fuller sisters," In the Pines"; Walker Brothers, "Knoxville Girl"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/320

Marcus Martin, "Green river", "Nubbin Ridge"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/321

Marcus Martin, "Polly Put the Kettle On", "Snowbird"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/322

Marcus Martin, "Lady Hamilton", "The Twin Sisters"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/323

Marcus Martin, "Walkin' the water", "Katie Hill"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/324

Fiddling Bill Hensley, "Maid of Montere"; [unidentified male vocalist], "Barbara Allen"; [unidentified string band], [unidentified tunes]; [unidentified female vocalist], ["I'm Sending You Red Roses"]; [unidentified tune played on harmonica]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/325

Red Raper, John Henry; unidentified instrumentalists, John Henry; Red Raper, Sitting on top of the world

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/326

Pleaz Mobley, [unidentified song sung a cappella]; [Joan Moser and Peggy], "Jesus Loves Me"; Marcus Martin, "Maid of Monteree", "Tennessee Wagoner"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/327

Marcus Martin, "Gray Eagle" (original version), "Rocky Mountain"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/328

Marcus Martin, "Katy Hill", "Sandy River", "Happy Hollow"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/329

Marcus Martin, "Jenny Run Away in the Mud in the Night", "Citico"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/330

Marcus Martin, "Kiss Me Sweet", "Rickett's Hornpipe"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/331

Marcus Martin, "Wicked Sal", "Nancy Rowland"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/332

Moser family, Halloween at Faculty Apartments, 1942; [unidentified Jew's harp player with Bascom Lamar Lunsford announcing]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/333

Marie Johnson, "Old Smokey", "John Riley" with Velma Peters

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/334

Marie Johnson, "Old Smokey"; [unidentified female vocalist], "Old Smokey"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/335

Ella Mae, Edna, Alexander and Henry, "I've Been Gathering the Flowers from the Hillside"; [Ella Mae and Edna], "I've Been Gathering the Flowers from the Hillside"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/336

H. B. Reed, "Dead Mark"; [unidentified child], "Up on the Rooftop"; H. B. Reed, "Dead Mark"; Joan Moser and Artus, "The First Noel", "On a Wing and a Prayer"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/337

H. B. Reed, "Downfall of Paris", "Forked Deer"; Artus Moser Jr. and Joan Moser, "Silent Night" sung a cappella

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/338

Pleaz Mobley, "Mattie Groves", "Mattie Groves" continued

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/339

Pleaz Mobley, "Orphan Girl", "Froggy Went A Courtin'"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/340

Pleaz Mobley, "My Parents Raised Me Tenderly", "So You Have Come Back to Me" [or "Lover's Return"]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/341

Pleaz Mobley, "Pike County" [or "Sweet Betsy from Pike"], "Remember You, Love, in my Prayers"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/342

Pleaz Mobley, "Barbara Allen", "Barbara Allen" continued, brief discussion with Moser about Mobley's family singing

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/343

Pleaz Mobley, "Blue Eyes" sung with Artus Moser, "The Prisoner and the Rose" [or "The Convict and the Rose"; [unidentified child], [unidentified song]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/344

[unidentified female vocalist with unidentified string band], "I Wish I Was a Single Girl Again"; [unidentified male vocalist with unidentified string band], "[Sweet Mama"]; [unidentified vocalist], "Black Jack Davy"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/345

Ruby Edwards, "Fond Affection", "Dear Charlie Brooks"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/346

Ruby Edwards, "These Cold Mountains", brief interview about singing ballads all her life

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/347

Jean Trent, "Little Sparrow"; Orrin Rice, "Oma Wise", "Cumberland Gap"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/348

Orrin Rice, "Three Night's Experience"; Mountain Boys, "Cumberland Gap"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/349

Maggie Duncan, "Barbara Allen", brief discussion with Mrs. Duncan, "Barbara Allen" continued

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/350

Maggie Duncan, "Barbara Allen" continued; Artus Moser, "Barbara Allen"; Maggie Duncan, "Lady Margaret", brief discussion with Mrs. Duncan, "Gypsy Davy"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/351

Maggie Duncan, "Lord Thomas", brief discussion, "Lord Randall"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/352

Maggie Duncan, "Lord Daniel", "Silent Night" "Lord Daniel" continued

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/353

Maggie Duncan, "Pretty Saro"; Mrs. Culberson, "Sweet Bird", brief discussion of Mrs. Culberson's family history in Spring Creek, N.C.

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/354

Maude Gentry Long, "Barbara Allen", "Barbara Allen" continued, discussion about learning the song from her mother, Jane Gentry

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/355

Maude Gentry Long, "The Broken Token", "The Soldier's Return", "Pretty Fair Maid All in a Garden"; Claudia Roberts, "The Jew's Daughter"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/356

Maude Gentry Long, "The False Knight Upon the Road"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/357

Maude Gentry Long, "Lord Thomas and Fair Eleanor", "Lord Thomas and Fair Eleanor" continued

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/358

Maude Gentry Long, "Jenny Jenkins", brief discussion about Jenny Jenkins, "Fiddle-I-Fee", brief discussion with Mrs. Long and Mrs. Schaffer

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/359

Maude Gentry Long directing 7th graders at Hot Springs High School, "Jacky Boy", "Jacky Boy"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/360

Bill Culberson, "Old Hot Springs", "Way Down Yonder in the Valley"; 7th grade class of Mrs. Maude Gentry Long at Hot Springs High School, "Tree in the Wood"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/361

Maude Gentry Long, "Sweet William", "Jackie's Gone a Sailing"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/362

Maude Gentry Long, "Young Edward in the Low Lands Low", "Alas and Did my Saviour"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/363

Maude Gentry Long, "Jack Tale" "Jack Tale" continued

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/364

Maude Gentry Long, "Jack Tale", "Barbara Allen"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/365

Girls' Glee Club of Hot Springs High School, "Trees"; [unidentified girl vocalist], "Mary Had a Little Lamb"; Claudia Roberts, "Beautiful Isle in the Sea"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/366

Claudia Roberts, "Farmer's Curst Wife"; Pleaz Mobley, "Lord Daniel"; Claudia Roberts, "Three Little Babes" with brief discussion of ballad

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/367

Claudia Roberts, "Lady Margaret", "Lady Margare"t; Artus Moser Jr., "Mary Had a Little Lamb"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/368

Claudia Roberts, "Soldier's Return", "Pretty Miss All in a Garden" with brief discussion about learning the ballad, "Edward" with brief discussion of ballad

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/369

Claudia Roberts, "Black Jack Davy", "Gypsy Davy", "Jew's Daughter"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/370

Claudia Roberts, "Lord Thomas", brief discussion of Mrs. Robert's family history, "Lord Thomas and Fair Ellen"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/371

Claudia Roberts, "Sweet William", "Lady Margaret"; [unidentified male vocalist, A. R. Summers?], "Old Lord by North Sea", "Two Sisters", "Cherry Tree Carol"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/372

A. R. Summers, "Mary Hamilton", "Hangman's Tree"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/373

[unidentified vocalist], "Farmer's Curst Wife", "The House Carpenter"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/374

[unidentified vocalist], "Rich Old Farmer", "Pretty Polly"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/375

Mrs. W. B. Graves, "Hixes Farewell"; [unidentified vocalist], "Three Little Babes" [or "Lady Gay Tragedy"]; A. R. Summers, "Barbara Allen"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/376

Mrs. W. B. Graves, "Deamon Lover", "Lord Randall", "The Weeping Willow Tree"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/377

Mrs. W. B. Graves, "Lord Thomas"; [Mr. Conley], brief discussion of song by composer; male and female vocalists of Spring Creek High School, "Apple Blossom Time in the Blue Ridge"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/378

Mrs. Culberson, "Mattie Groves" with brief discussion about ballad and growing up on Spring Creek, "Mattie Groves"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/379

Mrs. Culberson, "Gypsy Laddie"with brief discussion about ballad and growing up on Spring Creek, N.C., [unidentified fragment]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/380

Mrs. Culberson and Billy Culberson, "Gypsy Laddie" with brief discussion about the ballad, "Gypsy laddie"

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Mrs. Culberson D. H., "House Carpenter" [or "Deamon Lover"], "House Carpenter"

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Mrs. Culberson, "Deamon Lover" [or House Carpenter"]; Mrs. Duncan, "Deamon Lover" [or House Carpenter"]

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[unidentified female vocalist], "Lord Daniel's Wife" [or "Little Mathie Groves"], "Lord Daniel's Wife" [or "Little Mathie Groves"] continued

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Terry Matthews, "Black Jack Davy"; Mr. Woody, "Sourwood Mountain" played on harmonica with brief discussion about learning ballad at home in Spring Creek, N.C.; [Gerald Lynn], "Barbara Allen" with brief discussion of ballad and growing up in Spring Creek, N.C.

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[Etolia Woody], "Frankie and Johnnie"; [unidentified female vocalists], "In the Pines"

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unidentified female vocalists from Spring Creek High School, "Beautiful Brown Eyes", "In the Pines"

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unidentified male and female vocalists from Spring Creek High School, "I'm Going Back to Carolina"; Mr. Conley, brief discussion about composition of song; [Etolia Woody and Carrie], "I wandered Again to My Old Cabin Home"

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Mrs. Earl Hartsell, "The Three Little Babes", "The Jew's Daughter"

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Elsie L. Enloe , "The Jew's Daughter" with brief discussion about learning ballad from Laura Ogle, an older cousin in Yancey County, "Black Jack Davie", "Scott Jackson"

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[Tumberlan Quartette], "When the Sweet Bye and Bye is No More", "Do You Wish to Do Your Duty in the Coming Fight"

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Carolina Quartette, "Grandfather's Clock"; [unidentified male], "Dog Race Fiddle"

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Carolina Quartette, "Heading for Glory", introduction of a quarter-hour of your favorite hymns by the Carolina Quartette with "Singing a Song All the Day Long", "If We Never Meet Again" and announcements of dedications and requests

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Elmer Lowe, "Freight Train Blues"; Radford Harper, [Guy Tales], [Eb Tales], Ed Stevens, Blake Greenwood, James Nelson, "Cumberland Gap"; Elmer Lowe, "Please Stay Home with Me"

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O. B. Kuykendall, "Wake Up, Wake Up, You Drowsy Sleeper"; [unidentified musician], [unidentified accordion tune]; [unidentified female vocalist], "Barbara Allen"

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Joan Moser," Little Corey", "Green Grow the Lilacs"

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Joan Moser, "The Streets of Laredo", "I Wonder When I Shall Be Married"

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Irene Moser, "Merry Snowflakes"; Fairview Quartet, "Over There (free from care, with the saints, I shall shout and shine)", "Way Down (in My Soul)"; Artus Moser, "Gettysburg Address"

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Peggy Baker, "Barbara Allen", "Barbara Allen"

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Romaine Landermilk, "The flying U (rodeo song)"; [unidentified male vocalist], "Barbara Allen"

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[unidentified male and female vocalists], plain chant, ancient spiritual; Mae Allen, "Handsome Molly"; [unidentified vocalists], "Renfro Valley"

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Burl Ives, "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair", "The Devil's Nine Questions", "The Silk Merchant's Daughter", commercial for Philco radio console

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Marcus Martin, "Jack O'Diamonds", "Somebody Stole My Old Coon Dog", brief interview, "Booth", "Old Daddy Bowback", "Fire in the Mountains"

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Bascom Lamar Lunsford, "Snowbird", "Go Wash in that Beautiful Pool, "Billy in the Lowground", "Laura Lonesome", "Cluck Old Hen", "Scolding Wives"

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Bascom Lamar Lunsford, "Go and Leave Me If You Wish To", "Fond Affection"

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Bascom Lamar Lunsford, "Georgie Buck", "Who's Who in Wilson's Cove"

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Richard H. Arden, "Stockade Blues"; Man from Jacksons Creek, "Cumberland Gap"

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Blue Eyes Group, 1 February 1942

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Gladys Bridges, 15 February 1942

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Buckeye Cove Hustlers, "What is a Home Without Love", "Hop Light Ladies, 9 July 1942

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Buckeye Cove Hustlers, "Just a Happy Cowboy", "Turkey in the Straw", 9 July 1942

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Bush, "Engine 143", [unidentified ballad], 4 April 1942

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Cowboy Jack (Group); Dorothy McCart, "Poker Game (Still Got 99)", 1 February 1942

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David, "Wings of Angel"

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David

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E.E. Dent, "A Psalm of Life"

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Russell Hall, "Lady of the Lake", "Eighth of January", 1 July 1942

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Russell Hall, "Leather Britches", "Gray Eagle", 1 July 1942

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Lambdin, "The Gambling Man"; Lambdin-Moser, "The Gambling Man"

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Mr. Martin, "Cripple Creek"

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Artus Moser, "Barbara Allen"

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Artus Moser, "Speech"

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Artus Moser, senior, "Froggy Went a-Courting"; Artus Moser, junior, "I See You, I See You"

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Artus Moser and Joan Moser, "Talking - Singing", "Happy Birthday Joyce"

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Artus Moser, Joan Moser, and Bozie, "Rail R.", [unidentified ballad]

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Artus Moser, Joan Moser, and Bozie; Mrs. Williams

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Artus Moser, Joan Moser, Bozie, and Felton; Artus Moser, Felton, Bozie

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Artus Moser and Cordie E. Moser, "Sweet Rivers" no. 1, "Sweet Rivers" no. 2

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Cordie E. Moser, "School Poem", [unidentified ballad], 24 June 1942

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Cordie E. Moser, mother singing, 3 December 1943

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Cordie E. Moser, "For My Soul" no. 1, "For My Soul" no. 2

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Cordie E. Moser, mother singing; Joan Moser, 3 December 1943

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Irene Moser , "Back in the Saddle", [unidentified ballad]

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Irene Moser, "Froggy", "My Country", 18 September 1948

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Irene Moser , "Froggy", "The Steeple", 18 September 1948

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Irene Moser

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Irene Moser, "Edward", [unidentified ballad]

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Irene Moser, "Pop Goes the Weasel"; Irene Moser and Joan Moser, 1 December 1947

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Irene Moser; Irene Moser and Joan Moser, 1 December 1947

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Irene Moser with Artus Moser and Joan Moser, "Back in the Saddle"; Buckeye Cove Boys, "He Will Set Your Field on Fire"

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Irene Moser; singing, children singing

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Joan Moser, "Get Along Little Doggies", "Weeping Willow"

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Joan Moser, reading, [unidentified ballad]

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Joan Moser; Irene Moser and Joan Moser

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Joan Moser and Jennie Jenkings

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Joan Moser and Artus Moser, "Sourwood Mountain"; Artus Moser

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Joan Moser and Artus Moser; Irene Moser

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Artus Moser, Joan Moser and Bozie

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Joan Moser and Irene Moser

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Joan Moser and Irene Moser; Irene Moser

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Joan Moser and Mrs. Van Vlick, "The Ha Ha Record", singing

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Joan Moser and Mrs. Van Vlick, [unidentified ballad], "Autumn"

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Mabel Moser, "Koala Bear" no. 1, "Koala Bear" no. 2

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Mabel Moser, "The Duel, Cat and Dog", "The Owl and Pussy Cat"

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Mabel Moser, "My Shadow", "There Was Once a Puffin"

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Mabel Moser, "Winkin, Blinkin", "Cumberland Gap"

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Moser Family; Peggy, "America"

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Price, "Fair Ellen" no. 1; Rice, "Fair Ellen" no. 2, 1 February 1942

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Rice, "Raggedy Ann"; Siler, "Soon Tonight, Be at Home Early, Dear Boy"

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Rice-Bush, "The Orphan Girl"

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[unidentified radio recordings], "Round-Up", 4 July 1942

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[unidentified radio recordings], "Round-Up", 4 July 1942

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[unidentified radio recordings], "Round-Up", 4 July 1942

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Mrs. Ethel Siler, "Old Smokey", "Whistle", 8 February 1942

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Becky Stern, "Trees"; Van Vleck and Artus Moser, junior, "Deacon Finds Umbrella", 31 January 1942

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Walnut Girls, "Wreck on the Highway", [unidentified ballad]

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Whittier Boys, "Got Put a Rainbow", "Asheville Blues"

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David Young, "Deep in the Heart of Texas"; Aeril Young

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[unidentified performer], "Cumberland (New)", "Cumberland Gap"

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[unidentified performer], "Cumberland Gap", "Cumberland Gap"

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[unidentified performer], "Cumberland Gap Ballad", [unidentified ballad]

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[unidentified performer], "Down Among the Bedded Roses", "Old Dan Tucker"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1365

[unidentified performer], "Fire on the Mountain", ballad

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1366

[unidentified performer], "Free as a Little Bird", [unidentified ballad]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1367

[unidentified performer], "French Bay", [unidentified ballad]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1368

[unidentified performer], "Gather at the River"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1369

[unidentified performer], "House Carpenter", [unidentified ballad]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1370

[unidentified performer], "Jack o' Diamonds", "When I Get My New House Done I Will Give the Old One to My Son"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1371

[unidentified performer], "Jesus is Calling", [unidentified ballad]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1372

[unidentified performer], "Live and Let Live", [unidentified ballad], 5 July 1942

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1373

[unidentified performer], "Old No 9", "Number Nine"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1374

[unidentified performer], "Pay Me No Mind"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1375

"Pretty Polly No 1"; "Pretty Polly No 2"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1376

[unidentified ballads]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1377

[unidentified ballads]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1378

[unidentified ballads]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1379

[unidentified ballads], 4 January 1942

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1380

[unidentified lecture]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1381

[unidentified ballads]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1382

[unidentified ballads]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1383

[unidentified ballads recorded from radio]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1384

[unidentified speech]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1385

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1386

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1387

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1388

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1389

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1390

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1391

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1392

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1393

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1394

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1395

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1396

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1397

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1398

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1399

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1400

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1401

[unidentified recording]

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1402

Hazel Parrott, "Sweet William and Fair Margaret", "Sweet William and Fair Margaret"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1403

Hazel Parrott, "Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender"; "Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender"

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1404

Hazel Parrott, "Wagoner's Lad" part 1, "Wagoner's Lad" part 2

Acetate Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20005/1678

Giles Collins 1; Giles Collins 2

Acetate Disc

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.4. Reel-to-Reel Tapes and Related Material, 1966-1975.

35 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Acquisitions information: FT-20005/16544 through FD-20005/16556 and Folder 388 received as Addition of August 2004 (Acc. 99875)

Processing information: Titles compiled from SFC database. Titles supplied by SFC are in brackets. Folder 387 was formerly in Southern Folklife Collection Field Notes (#30025).

Recordings of music performances, storytelling, and lectures. Folders 387 and 388 include field notes found with select recordings.

Folder 387

Field note: FT-20005/6589

Formerly folder 950 within SFC Field Notes (#30025)

Folder 388

Field notes: FT-20005/16542-16548

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5523

[unidentified sound recording]

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5524

[unidentified sound recording]

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5525

[unidentified sound recording]

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5526

[unidentified sound recording]

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5527

Joan and Artus Moser lectures, 4 April 1966

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5528

Artus Moser on French harp, 1968

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5529

Maud Long, stories and songs, June 1970

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5530

Maud Long, 21 June 1971

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5531

Mabel Moser lecture on Hans Christian Anderson

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5532

Leonard Roberts and Charlotte Ross lectures, June 1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5533

Loyal Jones lecture, 1 July 1974; Appalachian workshop at Berea College

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5534

Cratis Williams, ballads and hymns, Berea College, Berea, Ky., summer 1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5535

Artus Moser lecture at Mars Hill University, Mars Hill, N.C., January 1975

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5536

Christian Harmony Sing at Moser home

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/5537

Richard Chase

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/6589

Artus Moser lecture at Mars Hill University, Mars Hill, N.C.

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16544

Old Fiddler's Convention, Galax, Va., 8 August 1970

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16545

Union Grove Square-Up Dance Festival, Union Grove, N.C., 25 September 1971

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16546

Granite Quarry Fiddler's Convention, Granite Quarry, N.C., 2 October 1971

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16547

Cool Springs Fiddle Contest, Cool Springs, N.C., 1971

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

Performers include Mole Hill Hilanders, the Little Family, Harold Killian, Jimmy Clinton, Bluegrass Ramblers, Larry Campbell and the Country Playboys, Archie Campbell, and others.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16548

Friday Night at Club Parham's, tape 4, Leicester, N.C., 10 March 1972

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

Performers include Tommy Hunter, Mack Snoderly, Mr. Bell, Mr. McDaris, and others.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16549

Denver N.C. Fiddlers Contest, Denver, N.C., 18 March 1972

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16550

Moser reminiscences, tape 1, 1972

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16551

Friday Night at Club Parham's, Tape 6a, Leicester, N.C., 23 June 1972

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

Performers include Mack Sonderly, Tommy Hunter, J.C. Nane, Tommy Bell, Hoyle Bowen, Marvin Faulkner, Fred Parha, Woodfin McCandless, and Eddie Conley.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16552

Fiddlers' Grove, Union Grove, N.C., 1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16553

Tom Bell's 80th Birthday Party, 17 January 1975; Orville Freeman Radio Broadcast, Hendersonville, N.C., 1975

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16554

Byard Ray, fiddle tunes, songs, stories, part 1, 8 February 1975

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16555

Banjo Lessons (1 and 2) with Bucky Hanks; Byard Ray; fiddle tunes, songs, stories , part 2, Asheville, N.C., 1975 15 March 1975

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20005/16556

Pleaz Mobley, ballad singer, tape 1, 1975

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of August 2004

Recorded by by Joan Moser

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.5. Films, 1972-1974.

2 items.

Processing information: Titles compiled from SFC database.

Film F-20005/1

Friday Night at Club Parham's, 14 July 1972

Super 8mm motion picture film

color ; silent
Film F-20005/2

Fiddlers' Grove, Union Grove, N.C., May 1974

Super 8mm motion picture film

color ; silent
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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 8.6. Videotape, 1970.

1 item.

A lecture demonstration video featuring Maud Gentry Long, focusing on Jack Tales and ballads. Recorded in June 1970 in Hot Springs, N.C., and produced by the Curriculum Laboratory at Mars Hill College for their Appalachian Workshops.

Videotape VOR-101

Jack Tales and Ballads, Maud Gentry Long

1/2" Open Reel Video

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 9. Museum Items, 1930s-1940s and undated.

3 items.

Wood radios and homemade cornstalk fiddle belonging to Artus Moser or his family. Housed in the North Carolina Collection Gallery.

Museum Item MU-20005/1

Wood Zenith table radio, 1930s-1940s

Museum Item MU-20005/2

Wood Halton table radio, 1930s-1940s

Museum Item MU-20005/3

Cornstalk fiddle with twig bow, undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Items Separated

Museum items (MU-20005/1-3)

Sound Recordings and Moving Images:

78s (78-18249 through 78-18289, and 78-18291 through 78-18298)

Acetate Discs (FD-263 through FD-568, FD-699 through 707, and FD-1299 through 1404, FD-1678)

Audiotapes (FT-5523 through FT-5537, FT-6589, and FT-16544 through 16556)

Film (F-20005/1-2)

LPs (FC-13184 and FC-13201)

Videotape (VOR-101)

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