Collection Number: 20050

Collection Title: Bob Carlin Collection, 1824-2003

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Size 25.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 13,300 items)
Abstract Musician, music producer, author, and collector Bob Carlin was born in New York City in 1953. He has authored several books on southern music traditions, African American music, string bands, shape note singing, Primitive Baptist music, banjo music, and other topics, many having to do with the western Piedmont of North Carolina. He has also produced many recordings, including African American Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina (2002). The collection includes sound recordings, research files, photographs, and other materials relating to Carlin's work. Sound recordings are interviews and recording sessions from Carlin's many projects and collections assembled by Tom Lowery, Fred Olson, and Olin Berrier that Carlin has preserved. There are also recordings of interviews and concerts that Carlin produced, 1977-1989, for WHYY in Philadelphia and for National Public Radio. Research files document musicians such as Gurney Peace, Glenn Davis, George Pegram, Kirk Sutphin, Olin Berrier, James Roy Arnold, Ruth Glee Arnold, Worth Winslow, the Spencer Brothers, Larry Davis, and others. Images are chiefly photocopies of original tintypes and photographs of performers including John C. Bray, George Pegram, and Marvin Gaster. There are also several posters, newspaper advertisements, and album covers.
Creator Carlin, Bob.
Language English.
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[Identification of iem], in the Bob Carlin Collection #20050, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from Bob Carlin in 1990 with subsequent additions.
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Bob Carlin, musician, music producer, author, and collector, was born in New York City in 1953 to Vivian Fruchtbaum and Benson Carlin. Carlin's mother organized square and folk dances, and his family visited museums and attended concerts including a Pete Seeger concert in New York City. Carlin's family had a collection of folk records, his father played guitar, his mother played piano, and Bob took piano lessons. Eventually, he and his father took banjo lessons together.

The Carlin family later moved to Princeton, N.J., where Marge Seeger led an active folk music society and Roy Bookbinder was Bob Carlin's camp counselor. At this time, Carlin dabbled in radio and was on a small ten-watt radio station playing folk records. In college, Bob continued his interest in radio and began collecting hard-to-find releases and researching the history of songs. He began working with WHYY Radio in the mid 1970s and produced shows for "Fresh Air," which later was nationally syndicated. He steadily performed solo and in bands such as the Millstone Valley Boys and later with the Delaware Water Gap.

Carlin's inspiration for collecting music, performing, and making records came from mentors Roy Bookbinder, Pete Seeger, Henry Sapoznik, Charles Wolfe, and Guthrie T. Meade. Carlin has authored several books, including Southern Exposure: The Story of Southern Music in Pictures and Words , American Musical Traditions , Black Music of Two Worlds, and String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

Carlin has been awarded grants for many of his research projects. The first in 1988 was funded by the North Carolina Arts Council for the Alamance County museum to research local music and produce a festival. In a project entitled "Musical Change in the Western Piedmont," friend and fellow musician Paul Brown helped Carlin work with Olin Berrier, who had a recording machine and knew a number of area players. The Olin family owned about 100 acetate discs and 25-30 reel-to-reel tapes.

Carlin has produced over 50 recordings. He has worked on projects that spotlight old time and roots musicians including Nolan and Dot Johnson, the Spencer Brothers, Larry Davis, and Marvin Gaster. In 2002, he produced a CD of Primitive Baptist shape-note singing entitled, African American Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina. Throughout the development of these projects, Carlin researched and interviewed the musicians and/or their family members.

Bob Carlin plays guitar and is a skilled performer on banjo, adept at the many styles of banjo picking, most notably the claw hammer technique found in southwestern Virginia and northwestern North Carolina. He is married to potter Rachel Smith. They live in Lexington, N.C., with their son Benjamin.

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The Bob Carlin collection includes sound recordings, research files, photographs, and other materials. Sound recordings consist of interviews and recording sessions from a variety of projects including African American Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina ; Musical Change in the Western Piedmont; the North Carolina Piedmont Banjo Project; a cassette produced by Rounder Records called Uncle Henry's Favorites; and WHYY radio broadcasts. Also included are collections assembled by Tom Lowery, Fred Olson, and Olin Berrier that Carlin has preserved.

Radio programs contain interviews and live concerts that Carlin recorded and produced, 1977-1989, for WHYY public radio in Philadelphia and for National Public Radio. Programs such as "Country Boy Rock 'n Roll" and "Our Musical Heritage" were produced for various programs including "Fresh Air" with Terry Gross.

Interviews and songs recorded for Musical Change in the Western Piedmont, a project funded by the North Carolina Humanities Council and sponsored by Davidson County Community College, are included with a video recording of the concert celebration. This project was developed to document the musical changes in string band music in a six-county Piedmont area. Transcriptions for most of the interviews are available.

Research files contain notes documenting musicians such as Gurney Peace, Glenn Davis and family, George Pegram, and Kirk Sutphin; copies of clippings chiefly from North Carolinia newspapers dating to the mid-1800s; and interview notes and other information used in String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont and other projects. There are also notes relating to many of the recordings. These include remarks on production and interview notes and transcripts of Carlin's interviews with Olin Berrier's children Leonard Berrier and Bernice Smith, James Roy Arnold, Ruth Glee Arnold, Worth Winslow, and others.

There are also color photocopies of original tintypes and photographs, among them one of John C. Bray with his violin; photographs of George Pegram with other musicians at a tent show; and negatives and photographs relating to Marvin Gaster. Oversize material includes the Full Circle Band's promotion poster; a Gurney Thomas and his Hillbilly Pals radio jamboree poster; newspaper advertisements from High Point, N.C.; and the cover for Glenn Thompson's album Country Songs I Love to Sing.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Recordings, 1940-2002.

About 550 items.

Interviews and sound recordings collected by Bob Carlin for a variety of projects and radio programs including African American Note Choirs of Alexander County , Musical Change in the Western Piedmont; the North Carolina Piedmont Banjo Project; a cassette produced by Rounder Records called Uncle Henry's Favorites; WHYY radio broadcasts; and Pre-Bluegrass Banjo, an unreleased LP produced by Carlin for Kicking Mule Records. Notes, ephemera and interview transcriptions are available for many of the recordings.

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290 items.

Acquisitions Information: FD-20050/1405 and FD-20050/1406 received as Addition of September 2005 (Acc. 102046); FT-20050/15515-15516 received as as Addition of April 2015 (Acc. 102203).

Music Compact Disc CD-20050/4256

African American Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina. Recorded by Bob Carlin between February and May 2002 at Baptist churches in Alexander County, N.C. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." CD-20050/4256

CD

1. "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms," Elisha Albright Hoffman, Anthony J. Showalter.

2. Prayer.

3. "No Tears in Heaven," Robert S. Arnold.

4. "I See Jesus," Charles B. Wycuff.

5. "I Never Shall Forget the Day," G. T. Speer.

6. "I Know I Have Religion," A. J. Showalter, Victor Hammer, and W. Lee Higgins.

7. "Oh, What a Day."

8. "I'll Be Satisfied," Joe H. Pannell, and T. N. Pannell.

9. "I Am Headed for the Promised Land," Eugene H. Whitt.

10. "The Gospel Train."

11. "If We Had No Jesus," Adger M. Pace.

12. "Heaven's Jubilee," R. E. Winsett, Adger M. Pace, G. T. Speer.

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/522

Tom Lowery Collection; excerpts from Tapes 1-5. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/522

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/523

Scott Arnold, performance and interview. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/523

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/524

Sons of Dixie, copy from an acetate disc. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/524

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/525

Spencer Brothers, 1950s; copy of a rehearsal recorded in their home. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/525

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/526

Lee and Papaw Johnson, copy of reel recorded by John Arnold. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/526

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/527

First Sun Singers, Shape Note Choir. Recorded at Mount Carmel Baptist Church in Taylorsville. 5 February 2002. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/527

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Recorded for CD entitled, African American Shape Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina.

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/528

First Sun Singers, Shape Note Choir. Recorded at Gethsemane Baptist Church. 2 March 2002. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/528

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Recorded for CD entitled, African American Shape Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina.

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/529

Third Creek Singing. 7 April 2002. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/529

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Recorded for CD entitled, African American Shape Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina.

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/530

5 May 2002. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/530

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Recorded for CD entitled, African American Shape Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina.

Digital Audiotape DAT-20050/531

5 May 2002. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." DAT-20050/531

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

Recorded for CD entitled, African American Shape Note Choirs of Alexander County, North Carolina.

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/910

Children singing: Dorothy, Nacy, Lloyd and Ruth. 24 August 1940. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/910

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/911

Grace Moore. 2 December 1945. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/911

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/912

20 February 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/912

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/913

20 February 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/913

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/914

Sandra and Dorothy Lloyd. 20 February 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/914

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/915

26 February 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/915

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/916

Jane. 20 February and 1 March 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/916

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/917

Church Service and preaching; "He Leadeth Me" and Wilson Weldon in Thomasville, N.C. 6 March 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/917

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/918

"He Leadeth Me." 3 and 10 April 1949. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/918

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/919

"Night and Day" and "Easter Parade" by Bob Jones. 6 April 1950. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/919

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/920

Drew Pearson by C.R. Lloyd. 10 December 1950. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/920

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/921

Dot. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/921

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/922

Harry Truman. 15 December 1950. Acetate 1 of 2. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/922

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/923

Harry Truman. 15 December 1950. Acetate 2 of 2. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/923

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/924

"Tennessee Waltz" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." 16 December 1950. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/924

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/925

Sylvia and Dorothy Lloyd. 16 August 1953. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/925

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/926

Recordings of children practicing instruments with Dorothy and Jane Lloyd. 16 August 1953. WBT Radio Spots. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/926

Lacquer Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1405

Gem Razors and Blades, "Voices of Victory" #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/1405

Instantaneous Disc

Acquisitions Information: Accession 102046

sponsored picture disc on printed cardboard.

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1406

Mission Quartet: "I Told This World Goodbye", "Home Awaits for Me", Burlington, N.C. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FD-20050/1406

Instantaneous Disc

Acquisitions Information: Accession 102046

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/581

Preston Fulp, interview and performance. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/581

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/582

Nolan Johnson, interview and songs. 13 December 1990. Tape 1 of 2. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/582

Audiocassette

1. Unidentified song.

2. "Old Aunt Katie."

3. Unidentified song.

4. "Sally, Will You Marry Me?"

5. "Jackson's March"(new version).

6. "Jackson's March"(old version).

7. Discussion.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/583

Nolan Johnson interview and songs; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold. Tape 2 of 2. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/583

Audiocassette

1. Unidentified song.

2. Unidentified song (same as last).

3. "Soldier's Joy."

4. "Soldier's Joy"(old version).

5. "Hop Light Ladies."

6. "Walking in the Parlor."

7. "Duck's Eyeball."

8. "Duck's Eyeball."

9. "Old Christmas."

10. "Rickett's Hornpipe."

11. "Leather Britches."

12. "Old Christmas."

13. "What You Gonna Do With the Baby-O."

14. "Silly Bill."

15. "Turkey Buzzard."

16. Unidentified song.

17. Discussion.

18. "Billy in Lowground."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/584

Nolan Johnson; copy from Alton Lohr. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/584

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/585

Leonard Berrier, interview. 8 January 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/585

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/586

Micki Smith. 10 January 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/586

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/587

Larry Bean. 13 January 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/587

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/588

Donna Michael, interview. 14 January 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/588

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/589

Jeanne Beck, interview. 22 January 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/589

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/590

Andy Prevette, interview, music jam and songs played on mandolin. 7 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/590

Audiocassette

1. "Year of Jubilee."

2. "Sally Goodin."

3. "Wreck of Old 97."

4. "Cold Winters Night."

5. "Wreck of Number 9"

6. "Soldier's Joy."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/591

John Prevette, interview. 8 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/591

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/592

Phillip Hege, interview. 8 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/592

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/593

Roy Arnold and Glee Arnold, interview. 15 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/593

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/594

Elmer Cooper and Lawrence Cooper, interview. 20 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/594

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/595

Side A: Frances Townsend, interview. 20 February 1991. Side B: Dave Beck, interview. 25 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/595

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/596

Dean Maines, interview. 22 February 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/596

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/597

Holland Tussey, interview. 6 March 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/597

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/598

Will Scotten, interview. 6 March 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/598

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/599

Hilda Reid, interview. 16 May 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/599

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/600

Ruth Coffey, interview. 27 May 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/600

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/601

Tommy Walker (guitar) and Tommy Parker (banjo), interview and songs with Mark Walker (violin). 13 June 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/601

Audiocassette

1. "Weeping Willow."

2. "Frankie Johnny."

3. "Faded Love."

4. "I Don't Love Nobody."

5. "Log Cabin in the Lane."

6. "Chinese Breakdown."

7. "Home Sweet Home."

8. "Golden Slippers."

9. "Old '97."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/602

Worth Winslow, interview. 17 June 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/602

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/603

Side A: Interviews with Ray Walker. Side B: Len Berrier. 14 March 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/603

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/604

Mark Walker and Oberia Walker, interview. 18 June 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/604

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/605

Jack Lohr, interview. 19 June 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/605

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/606

Clayton Everhart, interview. 15 July 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/606

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/607

Sossers and Johnsons; copy from Nolan Johnson. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/607

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/608

Olin Berrier and Leonard Berrier; Paul Brown and Lynn Micha. 29 January 1989. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/608

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/609

Interview with Olin Berrier and Bessie Berrier; songs played by Olin Berrier; interviewed by Donna Michael. 12 March 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/609

Audiocassette

1. "Going Down the Spring."

2. "Standing Down by the Window."

3. "Sunny South."

4. "Skip to My Lou."

5. "Jesse James."

6. "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane."

7. "If I Lose, Let Me Lose."

8. "Ain't Nobobdy's Business."

9. "Going Downtown."

10. "Bye, Bye My Honey, I'm Gone."

11. Unidentified song.

12. Unidentified song.

13. "One Sunny Day."

14. Unidentified song.

15. Unidentified song.

16. "Sunny South."

17. Unidentified song.

18. "If I Lose, Let Me Lose."

19. "Ragtime Annie."

20. "Soldier's Joy."

21. "Skip to My Lou."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/610

Olin Berrier and Bessie Berrier interviewed by Betty Sowers at their home in Lexington, N.C. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/610

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/1184

Interview with Nolan Johnson and Dot Johnson. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont Project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/1184

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2201

Interview with Leonard Eubanks at his home in Pittsboro, N.C. 20 February 1995. Tape 1 of 2. North Carolina Banjo Collection. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2201

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/609

Interview with Olin and Bessie Berrier; songs played by Olin Berrier; interviewed by Donna Michael. 12 March 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont Project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/609

Audiocassette

Side A:

1. "Home Sweet Home."

2. "John Henry."

3. "John Hardy."

4. "Mockingbird."

5. "Mockingbird."

6. "Miss Sawyer."

7. "Silver Threads Among the Gold."

8. "Eph's Got a Loon."

9. "I Saw the Light."

Side B:

1. "I'll Be Home Someday."

2. "Church in the Wildwood."

3. "John Henry."

4. "Mockingbird."

5. "Old Molly Here."

6. "Uncle Eph."

7. "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down."

8. "Gone Home."

9. "I Hear a Sweet Voice Calling."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2203

Leonard Eubanks, Wayne Martin, and A. C. Overton, interview and songs at Leonard Eubanks home in Pittsboro, N.C. 20 and 28 February 1995. Tape 1 of 2. North Carolina Banjo Collection. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2203

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

1. "Soldier's Joy."

2. "Ragtime Annie."

3. "Ragtime Annie."

4. "Home Sweet Home."

5. "Mockingbird."

6. "Mockingbird."

7. "Miss Sawyer."

8. "John Henry."

9. "John Henry."

10. "Old Molly Hare."

11. "Cindy."

12. "Cindy."

13. "Going down the Road Feeling Bad."

14. "Arkansas Traveler."

15. "Home Sweet Home."

16. "Golden Slippers."

17. "Golden Slippers."

18. "Walking in My Sleep."

19. "Laura Lee."

20. "Jesse James."

21. Discussion about Rickett's Hornpipe.

22. "Fisher's Hornpipe."

23. "Chinese Breakdown."

24. "Maggie."

25. "Little Rosewood Casket."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2204

Leonard Eubanks, Wayne Martin, and A. C. Overton, interview and songs at Leonard Eubanks home in Pittsboro, N.C. 20 and 28 February 1995. Tape 2 of 2. North Carolina Banjo Collection. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2204

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

1. "Black-eyed Daisy."

2. "Twinkle-Twinkle Little Star."

3. "Buffalo Gals."

4. "Buffalo Gals."

5. "Hop Light Ladies."

6. "John Hardy."

7. "Leather Britches."

8. "Over the Waves."

9. "Thinking Tonight of My Blues Eyes."

10. "Step It Up and Go."

11. "Eubanks Boogie."

12. "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad."

13. "Turkey in the Straw."

14. "Cotton-eyed Joe."

15. "Georgia Buck."

16. "Going Downtown."

17. "Pig in the Pen."

18. "House Carpenter."

19. "Sweet Sunny South."

20. "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down."

21. "Cripple Creek."

22. "Old Joe Clark."

23. "Dixie Darling."

24. "Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes."

25. "Black-Eyed Daisy."

26. "Sally Goodin."

27. "Whistling Rufus."

28. "John Henry."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2205

Marvin Gaster with Robert Mitchener, interview and songs. 11 January 1995. Tape 1 of 3. Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2205

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

1. Blank.

2. "Tipping in the Parlor."

3. "Whistle on Your Way."

4. "Georgia Buck."

5. "John Hardy."

6. "Sundown."

7. "Cindy."

8. "Miss Sawyer."

9. "Down on the Riverbank."

10. "Catfish."

11. "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight."

12. "Nigger Holler."

13. "Chicken Crowing at Midnight."

14. "Longest Train I Ever Did See."

15. "Darlin' What More Can I Do?"

16. "Reuben."

17. "Poor Little Nell."

18. "Old Doctor that Sell in the Well."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2206

Marvin Gaster with Wade Yates, interview and songs. 12 January 1995. Tape 2 of 3. Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2206

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

1. "Leather Britches."

2. "Casey Jones."

3. "Tipping in the Parlor."

4. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain."

5. Discussion.

6. "Old Molly Here."

7. "Old Molly Here."

8. "Rooster and Hen."

9. "Leather Britches."

10. Discussion about "Cindy."

11. Discussion about "Chicken Reel."

12. "Maggie."

13. "Georgia Buck."

14. "Liza Jane."

15. "Goodbye Annie Belle."

16. "Wednesday Night Waltz."

17. "Shortenin' Bread."

18. "Buffalo Gal."

19. "Bamboo Tree"

20. "In the Sweet Bye and Bye."

21. "She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain."

22. "Man that Rode the Mule."

23. "Bill Bailey."

24. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."

25. "Miss Sawyer."

26. "Sally Ann."

27. "Golden Slippers."

28. "Grandpa's Tune."

29. "Why, Lord Why?"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2207

Marvin Gaster with Wade Yates, interview and songs. 12 January 1995. Tape 3 of 3.Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2207

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

1. "Lisha Rose."

2. "Laura Lee."

3. "Sundown."

4. "Chicken's Crowing at Midnight."

5. "Lisha Rose."

6. "Ain't Gonna No More."

7. "Johnson Gal."

8. "Quit That Ticklin' Me."

9. "Little Brown Jug."

10. "Old Molly Here."

11. "Tipping in the Parlor."

12. "Whistle on Your Way."

13. "Dancing Ladies."

14. "John Hardy."

15. "John Hardy."

16. "Boatman."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2208

Marvin Gaster Band. Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2208

Digital Audio Tape (DAT)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2209

Marvin Gaster, interview. 12-14 January 1995. Tape 1 of 3. Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2209

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2210

Marvin Gaster, interview. 12-14 January 1995. Tape 2 of 3. Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2210

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/2211

Marvin Gaster, interview. 12-14 January 1995. Tape 3 of 3. Recorded for Rounder Records cassette entitled, Uncle Henry's Favorites. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/2211

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7009

Spencer Brothers at Sister Ruth's home; recorded by Brad Spencer. 1985. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7009

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7010

Janet Marie Miller Gillian and Rachel Elizabeth Gillean Gray, interviewed at Janet Gillian's home in Mocksville, N.C. 16 August 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7010

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7011

Dewey Brower, interviewed at his home in Seagrove, Randolph County, N.C. 12 November 1991. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7011

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7012

Fred Foster, interviewed at his home in Mocksville, N.C. 8 June 1993. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7012

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7013

Nolan and Dot Johnson; Neal Leonard and Debbie Leonard; Bob Carlin and Nolan Johnson, practice. 3 January 1994. Produced for 1994 Car Tunes Recording entitled, Nolan and Dot Johnson. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7013

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7014

Nolan Johnson, rehearsal. 15 January 1994. Produced for 1994 Car Tunes Recording entitled, Nolan and Dot Johnson. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7014

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7015

Roy Snider, interviewed at his home in Lexington, N.C. 10 March 1994. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7015

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7016

Faye Fritts, interviewed at her home in Lexington, N.C. 31 March 1994. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7016

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7017

Lance Spencer, interviewed at his home in Greensboro, N.C. 10 May 1994. Tape 1 of 2 #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7017

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7018

Lance Spencer, interviewed at his home in Greensboro, N.C. Lance Spencer. 10 May 1994. Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7018

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7019

Thelma and Elgin Boyd, interviewed in their home in Clemmons, N.C. 14 May 1994. Tape 1 of 2. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7019

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7020

Thelma and Elgin Boyd, interviewed in their home in Clemmons, N.C. 14 May 1994. Tape 2 of 2. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7020

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7021

Frances Whitaker Allred, daughter of professor and fiddler, Charles Zack Whitaker interviewed at her home in Oak Ridge, N.C. 18 August 1994. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7021

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7022

Fred Olson, interviewed at his home in Asheboro, N.C. 11 September 1994. Tape 1 of 2. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7022

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7023

Fred Olson, interviewed at his home in Asheboro, N.C. 11 September 1994. Tape 2 of 2. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7023

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7024

Ron and Amos Smith, interviewed at Bob Carlin's home in Lexington, N.C. 23 September 1994. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7024

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7025

Opal Peeples, interviewed at her home in Greensboro, N.C. 26 September 1994. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7025

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7026

Wilbern Cranford, interviewed at his home in Asheboro, N.C. 6 October 1994. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7026

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7027

Maynard Spencer, interviewed at his brother's home (Lance Spencer) in Greensboro, N.C. 14 October 1994. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7027

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7028

Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad), interviewed at Lance's home in Greensboro, N.C. 14 October 1994. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7028

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7029

Carlton Burrow, interviewed at his home in Winston Salem, N.C. 18 November 1994. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7029

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7030

Red Allred, interviewed at his home in High Point, N.C. 20 April 1995. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7030

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7031

Red Allred, interviewed at his home in High Point, N.C. 20 April 1995. Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7031

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7032

Bud Osborne, interview. 26 April 1995. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7032

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7033

Larry Davis, interviewed at his home in Asheboro, N.C 15 June 1995. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7033

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7034

Dorothy Pegram, interviewed at her home in Greensboro, N.C. 26 August 1995. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7034

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7035

Dorothy Pegram, interviewed at her home in Greensboro, N.C. 26 August 1995. Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7035

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7036

Everett Moffitt, interviewed at the Comfort Inn in Asheboro, N.C. 6 May 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7036

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7037

Elmer Holden, interviewed at his home in Kernersville, N.C. 21 May 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7037

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7038

Charlie Bowman, interview. 27 August 1996 and 30 December 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7038

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7039

Kermit Brady, interviewed at his home in Bennett, N.C. 29 August 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7039

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7040

Vernon Lamb, interviewed at his home in Franklinville, N.C. 30 September 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7040

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7041

James Lee Hall, interviewed at his home in Worthville, N.C. 1 October 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7041

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7042

Tommy Scott, interviewed in Greensboro, N.C. 16 October 1996. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7042

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7043

Tommy Scott, interviewed in Greensboro, N.C. 19 October 1996. Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7043

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7044

L.W. Lambert, interviewed at his home in Olin, N.C. 12 November 1996. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7044

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7045

L.W. Lambert, interviewed at his home in Olin, N.C. 12 November 1996. Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7045

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7046

Elmer Dunn, interviewed at his home in Winston Salem, N.C. 14 November 1996. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7046

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7047

Elmer Dunn, Jam Session. 28 April 1997. Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7047

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7048

Charlie Bowman, interview. 30 December 1996. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7048

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7049

Sam Lowe, Jr., interviewed at his home in Asheboro, N.C. 15 February 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7049

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7050

Joe Reitzel, interviewed at his home in Liberty, N.C. 5 March 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7050

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7051

Joe and Elmer Fox, interview. 30 April 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7051

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7052

Lester Porter, interviewed at his home in Chapel Hill, N.C. 5 June 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7052

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7053

The Britts (Jerry and John "JG"), interviewed at Jerry's home in Biscoe, N.C. 20 June 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7053

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7054

Gurney Peace, interviewed at his home in Trinity, N.C. 24 July 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7054

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7055

Tommy Floyd, interviewed at his home in Asheboro, N.C. 7 August 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7055

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7056

Howard Hudson, interviewed at his home in Liberty, N.C. 8 September 1997. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7056

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7057

Gurney Thomas, interview. 25 September 1997. Tape 1 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7057

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7058

Gurney Thomas, interview. 25 September 1997. Tape 2 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7058

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7059

Gurney Thomas, interview. 11 November 1997. Tape 3 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7059

Audiocassette

Interviews performed by Bob Carlin for various projects, articles and book, entitled String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7060

Copy of 78 records of the Hillbilly Pals. From Wilbern Cranford. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7060

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7061

Dwight Barker, interviewed at his home in Statesville, N.C. 5 September 1997. Musical Change in the Western Piedmont project. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7061

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7062

Glenn Thompson, "Country Songs I Love to Sing." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7062

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7063

"Doc Ramblin" Tommy Scott and Luke McLuke, Nashville Radio. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7063

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7064

"Doc Ramblin" Tommy Scott, Old Radio Programs. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7064

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7065

"Doc" Tommy Scott, International Call-in Talk Show. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7065

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7066

"Ramblin' Tommy Scott Hillbilly Jamboree: The World's First Commercial Syndicated TV Film Shows, 1946-1951." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7066

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7067

"Doc" Tommy Scott's Snake Oil Band, Medicine Show. 100 Years of Nostalgia Music: Novelty, Comedy, Country and Bluegrass. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7067

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20050/7068

Interview with Bob Carlin by David Potorti. 21 December 2000. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FS-20050/7068

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4600

Interview with Roy Bookbinder about the Reverend Gary Davis on WBRC, a radio station in New Millford, Conn. Summer 1969. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4600

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4601

Interview with Carl Martin. 9 May 1978. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4601

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4602

NPR broadcast interview with Ed Denson. 1 August 1978. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4602

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4603

Original broadcast interview with Ed Denson. 1 August 1978. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4603

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4604

The Arm and Hammer String Band from Vermont, including Pete Sutherland and Hillary Durlam. 1 March 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4604

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Hometown Rag."

2. "Lindy."

3. "One More Fool."

4. "Gonna Get My Moustache."

5. "The Shopping Song."

6. "Grey Eagle."

7. "Weary Blues."

8. "Going Back to Texas."

9. "Hackensack."

10. "Arizona Stomp."

11. "Daisy, Daisy."

12. "Cheat or Swing."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4605

Studio performance of the Hot Mud Family. 28 March 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, "Dance All Night," Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4605

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4606

Interview with David Grisman. 18 April 1979. Reel 1 of 2. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4606

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Sawing on the Strings."

2. "Mandolin King Rag."

3. "New York Ramble."

4. "Mad Lydia's Waltz."

5. "Roanoke."

6. "Opus 57."

7. "Song of the Gypsies."

8. "EMD."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4607

Interview with David Grisman. 18 April 1979. Reel 2 of 2. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4607

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4608

Live concert performance of Tom Paxton at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 7 June 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4608

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4609

Recorded music and interviews with Richard Neville and Brian DeMarcus, dancer with the Green Grass Cloggers. 12 June 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4609

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Money Musk," Highwoods String Band.

2. "Rollstone Mountain," Rodney and Randy Miller with Peter O'Brien.

3. "A Hundred Pipers," Arm and Hammer String Band.

4. "Bachelor's Reel," Strathspey.

5. "Green Mountain Petronella," Rodney and Randy Miller with Peter O'Brien.

6. "Dusty Bob Jig," Dudley Laufman with the Canterbury Dance Orchestra.

7. "Breakin' Up Christmas," Camp Creek Boys.

8. "Old Joe Clark," Plank Road.

9. "Ship in the Clouds, Lisa Ornstein," Andy Cahan, and Laura Fishleder.

10. "Fisher's Hornpipe," Dutch Cove String Band.

11. "Going Uptown," Arm and Hammer String Band.

12. "St. Adele's Reel," Bill Spence with Fennig's All Star String Band.

13. "Money Musk," Highwoods String Band.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4610

Interview with Jack Steck of the Hay Loft Hoedown. 9 October 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4610

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4611

Live concert performance of Martin O'Conner at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 26 October 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4611

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4612

Live concert performance of Alistar Anderson at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 26 October 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4612

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4613

Live concert performance of Bob Gibson and Tom Paxton at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 3 November 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4613

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Morning Again."

2. "Saturday Night."

3. "Wasn't That a Party?"

4. "I Can't Help But Wonder."

5. "Did You See John Hurt?"

6. "When Annie Took Me Home."

7. "Hand Me Down My Jogging Shoes."

8. "Katie's Song."

9. "Happy Birthday."

10. "Not Tonight Marie."

11. "Whose Garden Was This?"

12. "Jesus Loves Anita."

13. "Dog Food."

14. "Last Thing on My Mind."

15. "Sing for the Song."

16. "Sloop John B."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4614

Live concert performance of Martin Carthy at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 17 November 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4614

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "List for a Sailor."

2. "William Taylor."

3. "Bagpipes Jig."

4. "Long John."

5. "Willie's Lady."

6. "Lumps of Plum Pudding."

7. "The Old Woman All Clothed in Gray."

8. "Geordie."

9. "Garland Gay."

10. "Thornymore Woods."

11. "Blue-Eyed Stranger."

12. "Lord Randell."

13. "Prince Heathen."

14. "The Siege of Delhi."

15. "Bonnie Black Hare."

16. "The Bedmaking."

17. "King Nepiti."

18. "Brigg Fair."

19. "King Henry."

20. "Lovely Joan."

21. "Palaces of Gold."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4615

Live concert performance of Kelly O'Brien and Kelly O'Reilly at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 17 November 1979. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4615

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "The Keish Jigs."

2. "Jolly 7."

3. "Cod Liver Oil."

4. "Ballykeel Jig."

5. "Balleydesmond's Polka."

6. "O'Carolan's Draught."

7. "The Reluctant Pirate."

8. "The Slige Maid."

9. "Pigtown."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4616

Studio performance of St. Patrick's Day music concert, features Mick Moloney. 16 March 1980. Reel 1 of 2. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4616

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Old Reuben."

2. "Backstep Cindy."

3. "John Henry."

4. "Pineywood."

5. "Flatwoods."

6. "John Brown's Dream."

7. "Calls a Dance."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4617

Radio program: Studio performance of St. Patrick's Day music concert, features Nick Maloney. 16 March 1980. Reel 2 of 2. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4617

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4618

Interview with Tommy Jarrell. First aired 18 May 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4618

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4619

Live concert performance with Norman Blake and the Rising Fawn String Ensemble at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 23 May 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4619

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4620

Live concert performance with John Herald at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 7 June 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4620

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "We Need a Whole Lot More of Jesus."

2. "Levee Breakin' Blues."

3. "Stewball."

4. "Get Off My Wife."

5. "Bring it Down to My House."

6. "Dixie Breakdown."

7. "Goodbye Old Pal."

8. "Pretty Eyes."

9. "Ramblin' Jack."

10. "Blue Moon of Kentucky."

11. "Hey Good Lookin.'"

12. "John the Generator."

13. "Ruby."

14. "Slightly Blind."

15. "Big Mamou."

16. "J'Taime Beaucoup."

17. "Cowboy, You Ain't Riding Now."

18. "Bluegrass Boy."

19. "Alligator Man."

20. "Whoa Mule."

21. "Love Drunk."

22. "Clinch Mountain Backstep."

23. "Music / Nightclub."

24. "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4621

Interview with Henry Sapoznik and live performance by the Klezmorium. 24 September 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4621

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4622

Live concert performance of the Klezmer Conservatory Band at Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 26 October 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4622

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "A Glass of Wine."

2. "Romanian Doina."

3. "Oh, Mother, Am I In Love."

4. "Bien Reben Cedar."

5. "The Hot Bulgar."

6. "Rosenkiss Mit Mandolin."

7. "A Young Man From Poland."

8. "Phila Shek."

9. "Ich Hub Dich."

10. "A Glass of Wine."

11. "De Rebbe's Hassid."

12. "Papriosm."

13. "The Yiddish Blues."

14. "The Rebbe in Palestine."

15. "The Priest's Serba."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4623

Concert by Kapeleye, Klezmer group led by Henry Sapoznik, at the Pine Street Young Men's Hebrew Association in Philadelphia, Pa. 15 November 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4623

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Nicolior."

2. "Oli Fin."

3. "A Glazela Mashka."

4. "A Good Purim."

5. "Schwartz's Sher."

6. "The Rabbi from Kutz."

7. "Mother Has Gone."

8. "Yoske Folta Vech."

9. "A Glass of Wine."

10. "Motel the Operator."

11. "Doina."

12. "How Does the Czar Drink Tea?"

13. "Escorting the Parent's Home."

14. "Year After Wedding."

15. "De Serba."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4624

Studio performance of the Double Decker String Band. 29 June 1981. WHYY-FM Radio program, "Country Boy Rock 'n Roll," Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4624

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4625

Interview with Henry Sapoznik. 25 April 1982. WHYY-FM Radio program in Philadelphia, Pa.,"The Sunday Show." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4625

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4626

Interview with Richard Thompson. 11 May 1982. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4626

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4627

Interview with Mike Seeger. 4 December 1982. WHYY-FM Radio program, "Country Boy Rock 'n Roll," Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4627

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4628

Interview with David Bromberg. 27 December 1982. WHYY-FM Radio program, "Country Boy Rock 'n Roll," Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4628

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4629

Interview with Albert Collins. 20 July 1985. WHYY-FM Radio program, "Country Boy Rock 'n Roll," Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4629

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4630

Interview with John Hartford. 28 August 1985. WHYY-FM Radio program, "Country Boy Rock 'n Roll," Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4630

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4631

18 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4631

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4632

19 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4632

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4633

19 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4633

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4634

21 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4634

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4635

21 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4635

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4636

22 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4636

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4637

22 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4637

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4638

22 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4638

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4639

Songs of the West. 22 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4639

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4640

Dance Bands. 23 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4640

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4641

23 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4641

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4642

Fiddle-part 2. 23 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4642

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4643

23 September 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4643

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4644

Interview with John Cephas and John Wiggins. 21 December 1985. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Finished Masters. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4644

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4645

Interview with Julie Newman about the Sleepy Hollow Ranch Gang for radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4645

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4646

Interview and songs with Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders of Fairport Convention. 3 October 1986. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4646

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Gladys Leap."

2. "House Full."

3. "Angel Delight."

4. "Expletive Delighted."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4647

Interview with Jessie Mae Hemphill, granddaughter of Sid Hemphill, a Mississippi Delta bluesman. 4 April 1987. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4647

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4648

Interview with Jimmie Rogers, early member of Muddy Waters blues band. 19 September 1987. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4648

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4649

Interview with Bob Carlin about Library of Congress banjo collection album that he produced. National Public Radio's "Sunday Edition" broadcast. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4649

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4650

Interview and songs with Jim and Jesse McReynolds. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4650

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Hard Hearted."

2. "Palace of Songs."

3. "Childish Love."

4. "Are You Missing Me?"

5. "Diesel On My Tail."

6. "Somewhere Down South."

7. "Johnny B. Goode."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4651

Live concert of National Council for the traditional arts tour, "Mountain Music Homecoming," featuring Hazel Dickens and Don Stover. Tape 1 of 2. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4651

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4652

Live concert of National Council for the traditional arts tour, "Mountain Music Homecoming," featuring Hazel Dickens and Don Stover. Tape 2 of 2. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4652

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4653

Live studio performance of Klezmorium. WHYY Radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4653

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Russian Sher."

2. "Yoshke Fort Avek."

3. "Kolomeyka."

4. "Heyser Bulgar."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4654

Techno Bandits, Music Cuts. 5 October 1984. NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4654

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4655

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4655

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4656

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4656

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4657

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4657

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4658

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4658

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4659

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4659

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4660

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4660

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4661

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4661

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4662

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4662

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4663

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4663

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4664

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4664

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4665

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4665

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4666

Music Cuts for NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4666

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4667

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4667

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4668

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4668

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4669

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4669

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4670

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4670

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4671

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4671

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4672

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4672

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4673

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4673

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4674

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4674

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4675

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage," Herbert Halpert. 17 November 1978. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4675

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4676

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Songs recorded, "Billy in the Lowground and Arkansas Traveler." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4676

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4677

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4677

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4678

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4678

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4679

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4679

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4680

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4680

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Gal I Left on Sandy."

2. "Hand Me Down My Old White Hat."

3. "McKenzie Case."

4. Unidentified tune.

5. "Bile Them Cabbage Down."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4681

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4681

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4682

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4682

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4683

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4683

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4684

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4684

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Fandango."

2. "John Henry."

3. "Dance All Night."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4685

NPR Series Radio program:"Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4685

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4686

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4686

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4687

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4687

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4688

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4688

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4689

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." Songs recorded from the American Folklore Society #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4689

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Que Malas son las Mujeres."

2. "Boating Up Sandy."

3. "Lumberman's Life."

4. "When Jones' Ale was New."

5. "Racoon Song."

6. "Sally's House."

7. "Wooodsman's Alphabet."

8. "Driver Boys."

9. "Down in a Deep Hole."

10. "The Gospel News."

11. Dr. Benjamin Botkin.

12. "Par Deriere."

13. "Pascola Dance Music."

14. "Valse De Dural."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4690

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4690

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4691

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4691

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4692

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4692

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4693

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4693

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4694

NPR Series Radio program: "Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4694

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4695

Concert recording of Skip James at Illick's Mill, Philadelphia, Pa. 8 April 1967. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4695

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4696

Concert recording of Gary Davis at Buck's Rock Work Camp, New Millford, Conn. 12 August 1970. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4696

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Side A:

1. "Talk on the Corner."

2. "Come Down to See Me Sometime."

3. "She Wouldn't Say Quits."

4. "Slow Drag," instrumental / "Cincinnati Flow Rag."

5. "Sally, Where You Get Your Liquor."

Side B:

1. "Buck Dance," instrumental.

2. "C.C. Rider," instrumental.

3. "Maple Leaf Rag," instrumental.

4. "Delig."

5. "Candyman."

6. "Samson and Delilah."

7. "Let Us Get Together."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4697

Concert recording of the Boys of the Lough at Rutgers University Student Center, New Brunswick, N.J. April 1974. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4697

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4698

Concert recording featuring Fred Cockerham with Barry and Sharon Poss and the Red Clay Ramblers at Washington Square Church, New York, N.Y. 13 June 1974. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4698

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4699

Concert recording featuring Fred Cockerham with Barry and Sharon Poss and the Red Clay Ramblers at Washington Square Church, New York, N.Y. 13 June 1974. 13 June 1974. Tape 2 of 2 #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4699

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4700

Field recording of Fred Cockerham, recorded Ray Alden in Mount Airy, N.C. August 1974. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4700

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4701

Concert recording of the Hot Mud Family at the Princeton Folk Music Society in Princeton, N.J. 8 November 1974. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4701

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4702

Concert recording of the Bottle Hill Boys at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. 1974. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4702

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Walkin' Shoes."

2. "Morning Light."

3. "The Hit Parade of Love."

4. "Georgia Rose."

5. "Cheese Stolen."

6. "Harold's Super Service."

7. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

8. "Uncle Pen."

9. "Red-Haired Boy" / "Temperance," Medley.

10. "Soldier's Joy."

11. "Cuckoo's Nest."

12. "Soldier's Joy" / "O'er the Waterfall."

13. "Cuckoo's Nest" / "Great Swamp Medley."

14. "The Little Whitewashed Chimney."

15. "The Shape I'm In."

16. "Stoney Creek."

17. "The Old Neon Cross."

18. "Old Slew Foot."

19. "Blum Dido."

20. "My Old Kentucky Home."

21. "Bluegrass Autumn."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4703

Concert recording of Art Rosenbaum at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. 11 October 1975. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4703

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4704

Concert recording of the Red Clay Ramblers at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. 7 November 1975. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4704

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Maggie Hammon's Song" / "Rye Straw" / "Balleydesmond Polka," Medley.

2. "Freight Train into Nashville."

3. "Handsome Molly."

4. "My Only Sweetheart."

5. "50 Miles of Elbow Room."

6. "Meeting in the Air."

7. "Mercantile Airy."

8. "Flying Cloud Cotillion."

9. "House of David Blues."

10. "I Got the Whiskey."

11. "Cumberland Blues."

12. "I've Got What it Takes."

13. "Daniel Prayed."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4705

Concert recording of Bottle Hill Boys at the Princeton Folk Music Society in Princeton, N.J. 13 February 1976. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4705

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4706

Concert recording of Bob Gibson and Tom Paxton at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4706

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4707

Concert recording of Norman Blake at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 23 May 1980. Tape 1 of 2. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4707

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Nashville Blues."

2. "Slow Train Through Georgia."

3. "The Banks Hornpipe."

4. "Church Street Blues."

5. "McKinley's Blues."

6. "Lockhaven Castle."

7. "Jeff Davis."

8. "Green Leaf Fancy."

9. "Cuckoo's Nest Medley."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4708

Concert recording of Norman Blake at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 23 May 1980. Tape 2 of 2. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4708

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Columbus Stockade Blues."

2. "Weaving Way."

3. "L & N Don't Stop."

4. "Randall Collins."

5. "Slow Train Through Georgia."

6. "The Banks."

7. "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane."

8. "Boys of Bluehill" / "Green Willis."

9. "Star of Munster."

10. "Bravest Cowboy."

11. "Green Leaf Fancy."

12. "The Stockit Light."

13. "Briar Picker Brown."

14. "Uncle."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4709

Concert recording of Geremia at the Main Point in Bryn Mawr, Pa. 7 June 1980. WHYY-FM Radio program, Philadelphia, Pa. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4709

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Slidell Blues."

2. "I Just Roll Along."

3. "She Moves it Just Right."

4. "Willie McTell tune."

5. "Diggin' Uncle Sam's Backyard."

6. "My Health is Getting' Better Too."

7. "Kick it in the Country."

8. "Blues Around Midnight."

9. "Stone Sober Blues."

10. "Sure Does My Heart Good."

11. "Lock 'n Key Blues."

12. "I'm Nuts about that Gal."

13. "Something's Got to be Arranged."

14. "Seesaw Blues."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4710

Concert recording of Kilby Snow and Mike Hudack at the Princeton Folk Music Society in Princeton, N.J. 1975. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4710

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Sunny Side of the Mountain."

2. "Way Down Yonder."

3. "Wildwood Flower."

4. "Cackling Hen."

5. "Wind and Rain."

6. "Tears Will Be the Chaser of Your Mind."

7. "John Henry."

8. "Banks of the Ohio."

9. "Chinese Breakdown."

10. "You Are My Flower."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4711

Concert recording of the Stanley Brothers, the Highwood String Band and New Lost City Ramblers at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. 15 May 1960. Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4711

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Richard Carlin found the original recordings in the back of a closet at Oberlin College.

1. "Cripple Creek," The Stanley Brothers.

2. "Legend of the Brown Mountain Lights," The Stanley Brothers.

3. "Clinch Mountain Backstep," The Stanley Brothers.

4. "Sunny Side of the Mountain," The Stanley Brothers.

5. "Riding that Midnight Train," The Stanley Brothers.

6. "Johnson Had an Old Gray Mule," The Stanley Brothers.

7. "Can You Forgive?" The Stanley Brothers.

8. "Wildwood Flower," The Stanley Brothers.

9. "John Henry," The Stanley Brothers.

10. "Little Willie," The Stanley Brothers.

11. "Katy Kline," The Stanley Brothers.

12. "How Mountain Girls Can Love," The Stanley Brothers.

13. "Cacklin' Hen," The Stanley Brothers.

14. "Banjo Medley," The Stanley Brothers.

15. "Deadheads and Suckers," The Stanley Brothers.

16. "Take a Drink on Me," Highwoods String Band.

17. "Forked Deer," Highwoods String Band.

18. "Rocky Mountain Goat Medley," Highwoods String Band.

19. "Seventeen Days in Georgia," Highwoods String Band.

20. "Highway Man," Highwoods String Band.

21. "Cumberland Blues," Highwoods String Band.

22. "Free Little Bird," Highwoods String Band.

23. "Sugar in the Gourd," Highwoods String Band.

24. "Beware, Oh Take Care," Highwoods String Band.

25. "My Name is Morgan, but it Ain't J.P.," Highwoods String Band.

26. "Fire on the Mountain," Highwoods String Band.

27. "Tater Patch," Highwoods String Band.

28. "Travelin' Down the Road," Highwoods String Band.

29. "My Old House," Highwoods String Band.

30. "Ms. McCleod's Reel," Highwoods String Band.

31. "Otto Wood, the Bandit," Highwoods String Band.

32. "Who Broke the Lock?" Highwoods String Band.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4712

Concert recording of the Stanley Brothers, the Highwood String Band and New Lost City Ramblers at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. Live performance of the Delaware Water Gap Stringband, featuring Bob Carlin and Henry Sapoznik recorded at the Middletown Folk Festival. June 1975. An album, "La Guimbarde Par" is recorded at the end of this tape featuring John Wright, an English Jews Harp player. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4712

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "There Ain't No Bugs On Me," New Lost City Ramblers.

2. "Weepin' Willow," New Lost City Ramblers.

3. "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down," New Lost City Ramblers.

4. "Foggy Mountaintop," New Lost City Ramblers.

5. "Old Joe Clark," New Lost City Ramblers.

6. "Colored Aristocracy," New Lost City Ramblers.

7. "Foggy Mountain Chimes," New Lost City Ramblers.

8. "Rolling in My Sweet Baby's Arms," New Lost City Ramblers.

9. "Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea," New Lost City Ramblers.

10. "Sail Away Ladies," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

11. "Whiskey Before Breakfast," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

12. "Moving Day," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

13. "Pretty Polly," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

14. "Back Up and Push," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

15. "Yellow Rose of Texas," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

16. "Frosty Morning," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

17. "Left All Alone Again Blues," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

18. "Midnight on the Water," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

19. "Sally Goodin," Delaware Water Gap Stringband.

20. "Flogging Reel," John Wright.

21. "Six-Penny Money," John Wright.

22. "Little Beggerman," John Wright.

23. "Christmas Eve," John Wright.

24. "Garrett Barry's Jig," John Wright.

25. "The Banks of Dunmore," John Wright.

26. "The Bucks of Oranmore," John Wright.

27. "The Lark in the Morn." John Wright.

28. "The Jews Harper," John Wright.

29. "Hair and I," John Wright.

30. "The Bonie Lassie Widnae Busk," John Wright.

31. "Ram Caram," John Wright.

32. "ABC of the Jews Harp," John Wright.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4713

Pre- Bluegrass Banjo, Tape 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4713

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4714

Pre- Bluegrass Banjo, Tape 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4714

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4715

Second generation of various field recordings featuring Dallas Henderson, Uncle John Patterson, and Olin Swain. Recorded by Art Rosenbaum. 1962-1980. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4715

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Lost Indian," Dallas Henderson, recorded in Indianapolis, Ind. 16 September 1979.

2. "Spanish Fandango," Uncle John Patterson, recorded in Dacula, Ga. 13 October 1979.

3. "Muddy Roads of Georgia," Uncle John Patterson with James Patterson, recorded Carrollton, Ga. 25 March 1978.

4. "John Glenn Special," Uncle John Patterson with James Patterson, recorded Carrollton, Ga. 25 March 1978.

5. "Heavenly Light is Shining on Me," Olin and Arthur Swain, recorded in Commerce, Ga. 5 January 1980.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4716

Studio recordings of George Wilson and Henry Sapoznik in Jackson Heights, N.Y. 3-4 November 1980. Tape 1 of 4. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4716

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4717

Studio recordings of George Wilson and Henry Sapoznik in Jackson Heights, N.Y. 3-4 November 1980. Tape 2 of 4. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4717

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Hymn Medley."

2. "Uncle Dave."

3. "Kissing on the Sly."

4. "Hold on to the Sleigh."

5. "Baltimore Fire."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4718

Studio recordings of George Wilson and Henry Sapoznik in Jackson Heights, N.Y. 3-4 November 1980. Tape 3 of 4. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4718

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Baltimore Fire."

2. "Baby Rose."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4719

Studio recordings of George Wilson and Henry Sapoznik playing "Baltimore Fire" in Jackson Heights, N.Y. 3-4 November 1980. Tape 4 of 4. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4719

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4720

Studio recordings of Rick Good. 30 November 1980. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4720

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4721

Studio recordings of the Double Decker Stringband, WHYY in Philadelphia, Pa. 29 June 1981. Tape 1 of 2. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4721

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "They Go Wild."

2. "Charleston."

3. "Mud For Duck."

4. "Look Before You Leap."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4722

Studio recordings of the Double Decker Stringband, WHYY in Philadelphia, Pa. 29 June 1981. Tape 2 of 2. For the Pre-Bluegrass Banjo LP. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4722

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4723

78 dubs from Art Rosenbaum's, Joe Buzzard's and Bob Carlin's collection; 45 dubs from Winnie Winston's collection. Features the New York Ramblers, Chubby Wise, Frank Wakefield, and the Dry City Seat Band. Tape 1 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4723

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Songs were recorded on left and right channels.

1. "Oh, Them Golden Slippers," Vernon Dalheart.

2. "Beneath the Weeping Willow."

3. "Rambling Reckless Hobo."

4. "The Vacant Chair."

5. "Ants Go Marching."

6. "Sailor's Hornpipe."

7. "Arkansas Traveler."

8. "Honest Farmer," Fiddlin' John Carson.

9. "Taxes on the Farmer," Moonshine Kate.

10. "Fiddler's Contest," Tom Ashley.

11. "Over at Tom's House."

12. "Dark Holler Blues," Clarence "Tom" Ashley.

13. "Old John Hardy," Clarence "Tom" Ashley.

14. "House Carpenter."

15. "Freight Train Blues," Burka White.

16. "Panama Special."

17. "Jenny Lind Polka," Withers Virginia Breakdowners.

18. "Nellie Gray," Rector.

19. "Sally Goodin," Eck Robertson.

20. "Arkansas Traveler."

21. "Ragtime Annie," Henry C. Gilliland.

22. "Turkey in the Straw."

23. "Cripple Creek," Harlan County Fiddlers.

24. "Bile 'em Cabbage Down."

25. "Going on to Town," Salem Highballers.

26. "Snowbird on the Ashbank."

27. "Carolina Stomp Down."

28. "Hard Times Breakdown," Aiken County String Band.

29. "Sand River Belle," Dixie Ramblers.

30. "Black-Eyed Susie," Land Norris.

31. "Cumberland Gap," Land Norris.

32. "Red Creek," Land Norris.

33. "Dogwood Mountain," Land Norris.

34. "I Love Somebody," Land Norris.

35. "Sal's Gone to the Cider Mill."

36. "Nigger in the Woodpile," Tanner and Skillet.

37. "4-cents Gallon," Tanner and Skillet.

38. "Polly Put the Kettle On."

39. "John Henry," George Pegram.

40. "Devil's Dream," Bill Keith.

41. "Billy's in the Lowground," Burnett and Rutherford.

42. "Ladies on the Steamboat."

43. "Lost John."

44. "Short Life of Trouble."

45. "Curly-Headed Woman."

46. "Ramblin' Reckless Hobo."

47. "I'll Be With You When the Roses Bloom Again."

48. "Little Mohee," Rose Brothers and Morrell.

49. "Listen to the Mockingbird," Uncle Dave Macon.

50. "Go Along Mule," Uncle Dave Macon.

51. "Tom and Jerry," Uncle Dave Macon.

52. "Old-Age Pension Check," Roy Acuff.

53. "Baltimore Fire," Charlie Poole.

54. "Milwaukee Blues," Jay Gould's Daughter.

55. "Sweet Sixteen."

56. "Dollar Down and a Dollar a Week," Byrd Moore.

57. "Three Men Went Out A-Hunting."

58. "Sal Got a Meatskin," Clifford Brothers.

59. "She Was a Pip," Bob Clifford.

60. "Ash Can Blues."

61. "There's a Man Goin' Round Takin' Names," Carolina Tar Heels.

62. "I've Got the Blues," Lottie Kimbrough.

63. "I've Lost My Sweet Lover."

64. "I'm Going Away."

65. "I've Been Driftin' and Rollin' Along Just Lookin' for My Room and Board."

66. "My Baby Done Quit Me," Barefoot Bill.

67. "Within My Mind," Eddie Head and Family.

68. "When I Get Home."

69. "When I Came to Georgia," Peg Leg Howell.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4724

78 dubs from Art Rosenbaum's, Joe Buzzard's and Bob Carlin's collection; 45 dubs from Winnie Winston's collection. Features the New York Ramblers, Chubby Wise, Frank Wakefield, and the Dry City Seat Band. Tape 2 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4724

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Songs were recorded on left and right channels.

Left Channel, Side 1:

1. "The Poor Girl's Story," Kate and Her Pals.

2. "A Flower from My Mother's Grave," Sam And Kirk McGee.

3. "Charming Bill."

4. "As Willie and Mary Strolled by the Seashore," Sam McGee.

5. "The Ship without a Sail."

6. "If I Die a Railroad Man," Harvey Farr.

7. "The Fate of Ellen Smith."

8. "My Sarah Jane," Sam Brinch.

9. "Two Faithful Lovers," Crocker Cannon.

10. "Traveling Man."

11. "Hard Luck Jim," John McGee.

12. "Roll on Boys," Carolina Tarheels.

13. "Lay Down Baby, Take Your Rest."

14. "The Longest Train I Ever Saw," Tenera Ramblers.

15. "Sweet Heaven When I Die."

16. "Darling Where You Been So Long," Tenera Ramblers.

17. "Going to Georgia."

18. "Old Rachel," Frank Hutchison.

19. "The Wild Horse."

20. "Gambling Man," Land Norris.

21. "Muskrat."

22. "Long Tongue Woman," Henry Wittier.

23. "Long Tongue Woman," Riley Puckett.

24. "Long Tongue Woman," Johnny Barfield.

Right Channel, Side 1:

1. "Why Don't You Bob Your Hair?" Blind Alfred Reed.

2. "Always Lift Him Up and Never Knock Him Down."

3. "Why Don't You Bob Your Hair?"

4. "Woman's Been After Man Ever Since."

5. "I Mean to Live for Jesus."

6. "Big Eyed Rabbit, Samantha Burgarner and Davis."

7. "Wild Bill Jones," Samantha Burgarner.

8. "Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss," Samantha Burgarner.

9. "Shout Loy."

10. "The Worried Blues," Samantha Burgarner.

11. "The Georgia Blues."

12. "I Am My Mama's Darling Child," Samantha Burgarner.

13. "The Gambling Man," Samantha Burgarner.

14. "Cindy in the Meadows."

15. "John Hardy," Samantha Burgarner.

16. "My Mother's Hands," G. Roarch and Family.

17. "I Truly Understand that You Love Another Man."

18. "I Will Never Marry."

19. "Two Sweethearts."

20. "The Happiest Days of All," Carter Family.

21. "The Cross-Eyed Butcher and The Cacklin' Hen," Uncle Dave Macon.

22. "Sweet Marie" / "Hold Onto the Sleigh," Uncle Dave Macon.

23. "In the Good Old Summertime," Uncle Dave Macon.

Left Channel, Side 2:

1. "Three Men Went Out Hunting," Byrd Moore.

2. "The Terrible Marriage," Oho Ciray.

3. "I Have Lost You Darling True Love," Grayson and Whitter.

4. "What You Gonna Do with the Baby?" Grayson and Whitter.

5. "Willie, Poor Boy," Roy Harvey.

6. "Two Little Children," Arthur Tanner.

7. "Captain Won't You Let Me Go Home," Darby and Tarlton.

8. "Little Ola."

9. "Johnny and Jane (Part 1)," Frank Hutchison.

10. "Johnny and Jane (Part 2)," Frank Hutchison.

11. "The Farmer's Dream."

12. "Down at the Old Man's House," Gwyn Foster.

13. "Keep Bachelor's Hall," Earl Shirley and Roy Harvey.

14. "One Cold December Day," Dick Justice.

15. "Married Woman's Blues," Morris Brothers.

16. "Happy, Sunny Side of Life," Blue Sky Boys.

17. "Roving Gambler," Vernon Dalheart.

18. "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane," Riley Puckett.

19. "Soldier's Joy."

Right Channel, Side 2:

1. "Late Last Night When Willie Came Home," Uncle Dave Macon and Sam McGee.

2. "I've Got the Mourning Blues."

3. "Tossing the Baby So High," Uncle Dave.

4. "Soldier's Joy," Hark Reader.

5. "Over the Mountain," Delmore Brothers.

6. "Just One Way to the Pearly Gates."

7. "Wait 'til the Clouds Roll By," Smoky Mountain Glenn.

8. "Beautiful Love."

9. "Give Me Back by Five Dollars," Uncle Dave.

10. "Railroadin' and Gamblin'."

11. "Fame Apart from God's Approval," Uncle Dave.

12. "All I've Got's Gone," Uncle Dave.

13. "Hill Billie Blues."

14. "I Would that We Had Never Met," Uncle Dave.

15. "Take Me Back to My Clinch Mountain Home."

16. "Take Me Back to My Carolina Home," Uncle Dave with Doris Macon.

17. "Blue Ridge Mountain Blues."

18. "I'm on the Sunny Side of Life."

19. "I am Bound for the Promised Land."

20. "Civil War Song."

21. "Civil War Song."

22. "Preacher Went Hunting."

23. "Barbara Allen."

24. "Hop High Ladies" / "Wild Horse" / "Teetotaler's Reel," Medley.

25. "Irish Washerwomen" / "Zip Coon" / "Arkansas Traveler."

26. "Oh Susana" / "Chicken Reel."

27. "Irish Washerwomen."

28. "Amazing Grace."

29. "Farm Relief Blues," Vernon Dalheart.

30. "The Happy Sunny Side of Life."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4725

78 dubs from Art Rosenbaum's, Joe Buzzard's and Bob Carlin's collection; 45 dubs from Winnie Winston's collection. Features the New York Ramblers, Chubby Wise, Frank Wakefield, and the Dry City Seat Band. Tape 3 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4725

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Side 1:

1. "Fourth of July," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

2. "Johnny, Get Your Gun," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

3. "Furniture Man," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

4. "Pa, Ma and Me," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

5. "I Got Mine," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

6. "Over the Sea," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

7. "Jerusalem, Mourn," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

8. "Howdy, Bill," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

9. "Hen Cackle," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

10. "Whoa, Mule," Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress.

11. "It Won't Happen for Months," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

12. "Smiling Watermelon," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

13. "Kitty Hill," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

14. "When Married Folks are Out of Cash," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

15. "Raise Rough House Tonight," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

16. "Bill Wishes He Was Single Again," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

17. "Fourth of July at a County Fair," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

18. "Going to Ride that Midnight Train," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

19. "Pass Around the Bottle," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

20. "Johnson's Old Grey Mule," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

21. "Mary, Don't You Weep," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

22. "Going to Raise a Ruckus Tonight," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

23. "My Carolina Girl," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

24. "The Picture on the Wall," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

25. "Christmastime at Moonshine Hollow," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

26. "Candy Pulling at Moonshine Hollow," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

27. "Tennessee Coon," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

28. "All Old Bachelors Are Hard to Please," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

29. "I'm Saved," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

30. "G Rag,"Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

Side 2:

1. "Coon Hunting in Moonshine Hollow," Georgia Yellow Hammers.

2. "Visiting Sal's House in Moonshine Hollow," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

3. "Old Rock Jail Behind the Old Iron Gate," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

4. "My Eyes Are Growing Dimmer Every Day," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

5. "The Moonshine Hollow Band," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

6. "The Running Blues," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

7. "When the Birds Begin Their Singing in the Trees," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

8. "Song of the Doodle Bug," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

9. "Warehouse Game," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

10. "The Deacon's Calf," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

11. "Sale of Simon Slick (Part 1)," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

12. "Sale of Simon Slick (Part 2)," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

13. "Come Over and See Me Sometime," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

14. "Big Ball in Memphis," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

15. "Black Annie, Bill" Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

16. "Rubber Doll Rag," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

17. "Rip Van Winkle Blues," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

18. "No One to Welcome Me Home," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

19. "Childhood Days," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

20. "Peaches Down in Georgia," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

21. "White Lightning," Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers.

22. "All Gone Now," Clyde Evans Band.

23. "How I Got My Gal," Clyde Evans Band.

24. "Acorn Stomp," East Texas Serenaders.

25. "Shannon Waltz," East Texas Serenaders.

26. "Deacon Jones," East Texas Serenaders.

27. "Adeline Waltz," East Texas Serenaders.

28. "Meadowbrook Waltz," East Texas Serenaders.

29. "McKinney Waltz," East Texas Serenaders.

30. "Before I Grow Up to Love You Waltz," East Texas Serenaders.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4726

78 dubs from Art Rosenbaum's, Joe Buzzard's and Bob Carlin's collection; 45 dubs from Winnie Winston's collection. Features the New York Ramblers, Chubby Wise, Frank Wakefield, and the Dry City Seat Band. Tape 4 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4726

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Shake Hands with Mother," Wade Mainer and Zeke Morris.

2. "Walk that Lonesome Valley," Wade Mainer and Zeke Morris.

3. "Sugar Hill," Prairie Ramblers.

4. "Wine, Woman and Song," Prairie Ramblers.

5. "Dust on Bible," Maddox Brothers and Rose.

6. "Precious Memories," Maddox Brothers and Rose.

7. "Red River Valley," Harkreader and Poteet.

8. "It Won't Be Long Now," Harkreader and Poteet.

9. "I'm Here to Get My Baby out of Jail," Cumberland Ridge Runners.

10. "I Dreamed I Searched Heaven for You," Cumberland Ridge Runners.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4727

78 dubs from Art Rosenbaum's, Joe Buzzard's and Bob Carlin's collection; 45 dubs from Winnie Winston's collection. Features the New York Ramblers, Chubby Wise, Frank Wakefield, and the Dry City Seat Band. Tape 5 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4727

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Old, Old House."

2. "New York Ramble."

3. "I'll Never Make You Blue."

4. "The Convict and the Child."

5. "Devil's Dream."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4728

Various performances were released on cassette. 22 July 1981. Radio program, "Tuesday Night Live." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4728

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "John's Lover is Gone."

2. "Interferan."

3. "Polkas."

4. "Sheep and Hogs."

5. "Candy Girl."

6. "Forked Deer."

7. "Cok Pik Waltz."

8. "Three-way Hornpipe."

9. "Wolves A-Howlin'."

10. "Miller's Reel."

11. "Katy Hill."

12. "Hen Cackle."

13. "Bull at the Wagon."

14. "Jealous Hearted Me."

15. "Drunken BG."

16. "Mary Don't You Weep."

17. "All Night Long."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4729

Edited version of FT-20050/4728. Various performances were released on cassette. 21 August 1981. Radio program, "Tuesday Night Live." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4729

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4730

Recordings released by Marimac Recordings. Tape 1 of 2. Radio program, "Tuesday Night Live." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4730

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4731

Recordings released by Marimac Recordings. Tape 2 of 2. Radio program, "Tuesday Night Live." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4731

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4732

Studio recording of the Jubilo String Band at Collegium Sound in Jackson Heights, N.Y, released on cassette. 5 March 1979. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4732

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Fox Chase."

2. "Cherry River Rag."

3. "Kity Clyde."

4. "Trouble in Mind."

5. "Red Mountain Wine."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4733

Radio audition tape featuring Bob Carlin. 4 April 1987. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4733

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4734

Radio audition tape featuring Bob Carlin. 21 January 1989. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4734

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4735

Nolan Johnson and Co. recorded for cassette. Various artists, including Nolan Johnson, Debbie Leonard, Neil Leonard, Dot Johnson and Bob Carlin. 29 January 1994. WFDD Radio. Tape 1 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4735

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Buffalo Gals."

2. "Hop Light Ladies."

3. "Dance All Night."

4. "Silly Bill."

5. "Whistling Rufus."

6. "Old Aunt Katie."

7. "Walking in My Sleep."

8. "Leather Britches."

9. "Stay All Night."

10. "Wreck of the Old '97."

11. "Jenny Lind."

12. "Sal, Will You Marry Me?"

13. "Old Christmas."

14. "Turkey Buzzard."

15. "Johnson's Rag."

16. "Redwing."

17. "Old Christmas."

18. "Ragtime Annie."

19. "Run Johnny Run."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4736

Nolan Johnson and Co. recorded for cassette. Various artists, including Nolan Johnson, Debbie Leonard, Neil Leonard, Dot Johnson and Bob Carlin. 29 January 1994. WFDD Radio. Tape 2 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4736

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Run Johnny Run."

2. "Lost Indian."

3. "Soldier's Joy."

4. "Soldier's Joy," older version.

5. "Jackson's March."

6. "Buffalo Gals."

7. "Hop Light Ladies."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4737

Nolan Johnson and Co. recorded for cassette. Various artists, including Nolan Johnson, Debbie Leonard, Neil Leonard, Dot Johnson and Bob Carlin. 29 January 1994. WFDD Radio. Tape 3 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4737

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Jackson's March" (fragment).

2. "Mississippi Sawyer."

3. "Bile Them Cabbage Down."

4. "Polly Put the Kettle On."

5. "Lost Indian."

6. "Cindy" (fragment).

7. "Cindy."

8. "Liberty."

9. "Flop-Eared Mule."

10. "Florida Blues."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4775

The Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad) perform for WFDD in Wake Forest, N.C. 7 July 1994. Reel 1 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4775

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Put My Little Shoes Away."

2. "Life's Railroad to Heaven."

3. "Don't Be Ashamed of Mother."

4. "They'll Welcome Me Back Home."

5. "Snow Deer."

6. "Before I Met You."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4776

The Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad) perform for WFDD in Wake Forest, N.C. Reel 2 of 2. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4776

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Picture on the Wall."

2. "Columbus Stockade Blues."

3. "I Wonder If She's Lonesome."

4. "Jimmy Brown and the News Boy."

5. "Sweetheart Mount Rose."

6. "Put My Little Shoes Away."

7. "Snow Deer."

8. "They'll Welcome Me Back Home."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4777

The Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad) perform for WFDD in Wake Forest, N.C. 9-10 August 1994. Reel 1 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4777

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Put My Little Shoes Away."

2. "Don't Be Ashamed of Mother."

3. "Life's Railway to Heaven."

4. "Jimmy Brown the Newsboy."

5. "They'll Welcome Me Back Home."

6. "I Wonder if She's Lonesome Too."

7. "Picture on the Wall."

8. "Columbus Stockade Blues."

9. "Sweetheart Mount Rose."

10. "Snow Deer."

11. "Before I Met You."

12. "Jimmy Brown the Newsboy."

13. "Put My Little Shoes Away."

14. "Don't Be Ashamed of Mother."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4778

The Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad) perform for WFDD in Wake Forest, N.C. 9-10 August 1994. Reel 2 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4778

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Life's Railway to Heaven."

2. "Jimmy Brown the Newsboy."

3. "Put My Little Shoes Away."

4. "Don't Be Ashamed of Mother."

5. "They'll Welcome Me Back Home."

6. "Snow Deer."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4779

The Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad) perform for WFDD in Wake Forest, N.C. 9-10 August 1994. Reel 3 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4779

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Snow Deer."

2. "I Wonder if She's Lonesome Too."

3. "Picture on the Wall."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4780

The Spencer Brothers (Lance and Brad) performance and interview for WFDD in Wake Forest, N.C. 9-10 August 1994. Reel 4 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4780

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4781

Spencer Brothers; dubs from 1950s recordings. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/4781

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "My World Ended Today."

2. "8th of January" / "Boil Them Cabbage Down."

3. "Mountain Dew."

4. "Have I Stayed Away Too Long?"

5. "Under the Double Eagle."

6. "Send Me the Pillow that You Dream On."

7. "Knoxville Girl."

8. "Electric guitar instrumental."

9. "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean."

10. "Sugar Foot Rag."

11. "I Wonder Where You are Tonight."

12. "Knoxville Girl."

13. "Don't Say Goodbye If You Love Me."

14. "Sweetheart Mountain Rose."

15. "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again."

16. "If You Don't Love Me, Why Not Confess."

17. "Orange Blossom Special."

18. "Don't Let Me Cross Over the Cheating Line."

19. "Are You Teasing Me?"

20. "Wildwood Flower."

21. "My Heart Was Trampled on the Street."

22. "Happy Valley."

23. "Don't That Road Look Rough and Rocky?"

24. "Keep on the Sunny Side."

25. "Kentucky."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6294

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Benny Jarrell on fiddle, "Breaking up Christmas." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6294

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6295

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Heath Curdts on banjo and vocal, "Boll Weevil." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6295

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6296

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Brad Leftwich on fiddle, "John Brown's Dream." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6296

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6297

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Bruce Molsky on fiddle, "Pretty Little Girl." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6297

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6298

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Bertram Levy on banjo, "Darling Cloe." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6298

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6299

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell FT 10026] Project: Mike Seeger on jews harp, "Backstep Cindy." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6299

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6300

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: David Winston on banjo, "John Henry." [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6300

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6301

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Rabbit in the Brush, remix. [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6301

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/6302

Tribute to Tommy Jarrell Project: Paul Brown and Alvin Baugus. [Heritage Records, FT 10026] #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/6302

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Bonaparte's Retreat."

2. "Buffalo Gals."

3. "John Hardy."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11822

Radio broadcast: "Fresh Air" with Bob Carlin, produced by Terry Gross #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11822

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11823

Radio broadcast: "Fresh Air" with Bob Carlin, produced by Terry Gross; TV Theme Music. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11823

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11824

Radio broadcast: "Fresh Air" with Bob Carlin, produced by Terry Gross. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11824

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11825

"Fresh Air" with Vivian Carlin, produced by Terry Gross; Congregate Retirement Housing. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11825

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11826

Albert Collins, Summer New England Radio Festival. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11826

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11827

"Our Musical Heritage." #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11827

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/11828

The Bobs. "Country Boy Rock and Roll," WHYY-FM radio program. #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/11828

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/15515

Fred Gerlach, "Devil's Brew" #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/15515

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Acquisitions Information: Accession 102203

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/15516

Fred Gerlach, T.V. Blues, slide guitar, 1AM, 2 takes, "Riff in G", "I Am What I Am" #20050, Subseries: "1.1. Bob Carlin Recordings." FT-20050/15516

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Acquisitions Information: Accession 102203

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37 items.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4738

Kirk Sutphin discs from Fred Olson's collection. 24 May 1994. Tape 1 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4738

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Gospel Ship,"Greensboro String Band.

2. "Chinese Breakdown," Washboard Band.

3. "Guitar Duet," Rob Hart and Paul Johnson.

4. "Salty Dog," Robert Hart.

5. "Give World a Smile," Sons of Wasteland.

6. "Way Out There,"Sons of Wasteland.

7. "Where Souls of Men Never Die," Greensboro String Band.

8. "Open Up Them Pearlie Gates," Greensboro String Band.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4739

Kirk Sutphin discs from Fred Olson's collection. 24 May 1994. Tape 2 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4739

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Messed Up Bad Cutting Needle," Paul Johnson, Bill Lolles and Robert Myers.

2. "Little Rosewood" Casket, Paul Johnson.

3. "Yodeling," Paul Johnson.

4. "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," Paul Johnson, Bill Lolles and Robert Myers.

5. "Ain't You Ashamed," Robert Myers.

6. "Wabash Blues," Robert Myers and Bill Lolles.

7. "Darkness on the Delta," Robert Myers and Bill Lolles.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4740

Kirk Sutphin discs from Fred Olson's collection: Washboard Band. 24 May 1994. Tape 3 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4740

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Down Yonder."

2. "Last Letter."

3. "Blueberry Hill."

4. "Tennessee Baby."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4741

Kirk Sutphin discs from Fred Olson's collection. 24 May 1994. Tape 4 of 4. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4741

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "I Have No Record Now of Time," Mountaineers.

2. "Greenback Dollar" / "Soldier's Joy," Mountaineers.

3. "Will You Be Loving Another Man?" Mac and Cecil.

4. "Poison Love," Mac and Cecil.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4742

Mark Wingate discs from Fred Olson's collection. Tape 1 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4742

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Katy Hill," unknown artist.

2. "Florida Blues," unknown artist.

3. "In the Sweet Bye and Bye," R. H. Haymore.

4. "Casie Jones," R. H. Haymore.

5. "Peacock Rag," R. H. Haymore.

6. "Pretty Little Widow," R. H. Haymore.

7. "Patty on the Turnpike," R. H. Haymore.

. "Cotton-Eyed Joe," R. H. Haymore.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4743

Mark Wingate discs from Fred Olson's collection. Tape 2 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4743

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Patty on the Turnpike," Unidentified artist.

2. "Cotton-Eyed Joe," Unidentified artist.

3. "Lost Indian," R. H. Haymore.

4. "Done Gone," R. H. Haymore.

5. "Black Mountain Rag," Tommy Magness.

6. "Mockingbird," Harold Haymore.

7. "Kentucky Waltz," Unidentified artist.

8. "Crazy Blues," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4744

Mark Wingate discs from Fred Olson's collection. Tape 3 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4744

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Pig in the Pen," John and Bob Carlin.

2. "Old Joe Clark," John and Bob Carlin.

3. "Cider," R. H. Haymore and Mr. Binkley.

4. "Soldier's Joy," R. H. Haymore and Mr. Binkley.

5. "You Don't Know My Mind," Roy Hall.

6. "Bully of the Town," Roy Hall.

7. "The Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind," Roy Hall.

8. "I'll Never Cry Over You," Roy Hall.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4745

Mark Wingate discs from Fred Olson's collection. Tape 4 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4745

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Farther Along," Unidentified artist.

2. "Tramp on the Street," Unidentified artist.

3. "Boogie in C," Clyde Williams and Conrad Fitts.

4. "Wild West Flower," Clyde Williams and Conrad Fitts.

5. "Boil that Cabbage Down," Clyde Williams and Conrad Fitts.

6. "Fire on the Mountain," Clyde Williams and Conrad Fitts.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4746

Mark Wingate discs from Fred Olson's collection. Tape 5 of 5. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4746

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Boogie in E and A," Clyde Williams and Conrad Fitts.

2. "Tomorrow May Never Come," Clyde Williams and Conrad Fitts.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4747

Fred Olson Collection. Television broadcast of the Lester Flat Show; June Carter singing on the Flatt and Scruggs Show; Various artists during a music jam, including Virgil Craven, Glenn Glass and Fred Olson. Circa 1970. Tape 1 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4747

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Darling Chloe."

2. "Over the Waves."

3. "After the Ball."

4. "Twinkle-Twinkle Little Star."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4748

Fred Olson Collection. Television broadcast of the Lester Flat Show; June Carter singing on the Flatt and Scruggs Show; Various artists during a music jam, including Virgil Craven, Glenn Glass and Fred Olson. Circa 1970. Tape 2 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4748

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Rusty Dance."

2. "Fair Home on the Hill."

3. "Flat Rock."

4. "Black Mountain Blues."

5. "Chapel Hill Serenade."

6. "Mockingbird."

7. "Over the Waves."

8. "After the Ball."

9. "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4749

Fred Olson Collection. Television broadcast of the Lester Flat Show; June Carter singing on the Flatt and Scruggs Show; Various artists during a music jam, including Virgil Craven, Glenn Glass and Fred Olson. Circa 1970. Tape 3 of 3. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4749

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Side A:

1. "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."

2. "Hop Light Ladies."

3. "When We Were Young."

4. "Forked Deer."

5. "Budded Roses."

6. "Old fiddle tune."

7. "Fair Home on the Hill."

8. "Flat Rock."

9. "Weeping Willow."

10. "I'll Be Somewhere Listening."

11. "Rickett's Hornpipe."

12. "Fisher's Hornpipe."

Side B:

1. "June Carter on Flatt and Scruggs Show."

2. "Safe in the Arms of Jesus."

3. "Firefly."

4. "Darling Chloe."

5. "Whistle on You Way."

6. "Haste to the Wedding."

7. "Forked Deer."

8. "Feast Here Tonight."

9. "Bumming on Old Freight Train."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4750

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4750

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4751

Fred Olson Collection. Recorded at Virgil Craven's home with Archie Clark, Glenn Glass and Roy Acuff. 15 January 1967. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4751

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Farther Along."

2. "Vacation in Heaven."

3. "Bring Them In."

4. "Red Wing."

5. "Golden Slippers."

6. "Blue Ridge Home."

7. "After the Ball."

8. "Peacock Rag."

9. "Cedar Falls Breakdown."

10. "Kiss Waltz."

11. "Over the Waves."

12. "Whistling Rufus."

13. "Fischer's Hornpipe."

14. "Lady of the Lake."

15. "Wonder Where You Are Tonight."

16. "Take Time to be Holy."

17. "Bring Them In."

18. "I Shall Not Be Moved."

19. "Old Rugged Cross."

20. "Life is Like a Mountain Railroad."

21. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."

22. "Aloha."

23. "Snow Deer."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4752

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4752

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4753

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists including Wiley Brady, Archie Clark, Glenn Glass, Virgil Craven, and Fred Olson. 25 December 1966 and 26 February 1967. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4753

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Hop Light Ladies."

2. "Golden Slippers."

3. "Bill Bailey."

4. "Crow Hopping."

5. "If We Never Meet Again."

6. "So Precious is Jesus."

7. "When a Lassie was a Lady."

8. "Old Dan Tucker."

9. "Flop-Eared Mule."

10. "Mississippi Sawyer."

11. "Springtime in the Rockies."

12. "Put My Little Shoes Away."

13. "Little Darling of Mine."

14. "Fisher's Hornpipe."

15. "Ask the Savior to Help You."

16. "Take Time to be Holy."

17. "Church in the Wildwood."

18. "I Shall Not Be Moved."

19. "My Little Girl."

20. "Buffalo Gals."

21. "Over the Waves."

22. "Goodnight Waltz."

23. "Lady Jane Gray."

24. "Dusty Miller."

25. "8th of January."

26. "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight."

27. "Snow Deer."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4754

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4754

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4755

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Virgil Craven, Fred Olson and Glenn Glass. 19 November 1968. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4755

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

Side A:

1. "Love Somebody."

2. "Old Tune of Virgil's Dad."

3. "Haste to Wedding."

4. "Chapel Hill Serenade."

5. "Fair Home on the Hill."

6. "Fischer's Hornpipe."

7. "Dutchman's Dog."

8. "Cedar Falls Schottische."

9. "Over the Waves."

10. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."

11. "I Need the Prayers of Those I Love."

12. "After the Ball."

13. "8th of January."

14. "Up Jumped Trouble."

Side B:

1. "Devil's Dream."

2. "Billy in the Lowground."

3. "Fire on the Mountain."

4. "Gray Eagle."

5. "Bill Cheathem."

6. "Tiptoe Little Betty Martin."

7. "Works All Done this Fall."

8. "Wake Up Lisa."

9. "Glenn Glass tune."

10. "Farewell Blues."

11. "Little Blossom."

12. "Double Eagle."

13. "Tennessee Wagoner."

14. "Redwing."

15. "Little Empty Left."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4756

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4756

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4757

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4757

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4758

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4758

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4759

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Esker Hutchens, Glenn Davis, Archie Clark and Fred Olson. Recorded at Esker Hutchens' home. 18 November 1982. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4759

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Home of the Soul."

2. "Old Country Baptizing."

3. "Keep Walking."

4. "Meeting in the Air."

5. "Vacation Heaven."

6. "Goodnight Waltz."

7. "Double Eagle."

8. "Whispering."

9. "Katy Cline."

10. "Darling Chloe."

11. "Walking in My Sleep."

12. "Cricket on the Hearth."

13. "Cove Berry Breakdown."

14. "Blue Eyes."

15. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."

16. "Sally Goodwin."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4760

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4760

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4761

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4761

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4762

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Esker Hutchens, Glenn Davis, Archie Clark and Fred Olson. 18 November 1972. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4762

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Lost Indian."

2. "Old '97."

3. "Honeysuckle Blues."

4. "Silver Threads."

5. "Old Folks."

6. "Billy in the Lowground."

7. "Soldier's Joy."

8. "Mule Tunes."

9. "Liberty."

10. "Peacock Rag."

11. "Over the Waves."

12. "Green Mountain Polka."

13. "Turkey in the Straw."

14. "Just Because."

15. "Too Near Home."

16. "One More Valley."

17. "Jesus is Coming Soon."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4763

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4763

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4764

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4764

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4765

Fred Olson Collection. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4765

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Virginia Darling."

2. "Washington County."

3. "Bile Them Cabbage Down."

4. "Rubber Dolly."

5. "Fireball Mail."

6. "Black Mountain Blues."

7. "Red Apple Rag."

8. "Nobody's Business."

9. "Going Down the Road."

10. "Silver Threads."

11. "Silver Bells."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4766

Fred Olson Collection. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4766

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Soldier's Joy."

2. "Peacock Rag."

3. "Twinkle, Twinkle."

4. "Darling Chloe."

5. "Blue Ridge Mountain Home."

6. "Old '97."

7. "Double Eagle."

8. "Maple Sugar."

9. "Orange Blossom."

10. "Whippoorwill."

11. "Sally with the Gaitors."

12. "Dance All Night."

13. "Twinkle, Twinkle."

14. "Walking in My Sleep."

15. "Cove Berry Breakdown."

16. "Liberty."

17. "Soldier's Joy."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4767

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Esker Hutchens, Lauchlin Shaw, Glenn Davis, Fred Olson and Jinx. 3 November 1973. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4767

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Poor Ellen Smith."

2. "Black Mountain Rag."

3. "Buffalo Gals."

4. "Sally Goodwin."

5. "Forked Deer."

6. "Knoxville Girl."

7. "Flop-Eared Mule."

8. "Redwing."

9. "Come and Dine."

10. "If Jesus is There."

11. "Amazing Grace."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4768

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Esker Hutchens, Lauchlin Shaw, Glenn Davis, Fred Olson and Jinx. 3 November 1973. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4768

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus."

2. "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star."

3. "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad."

4. "Stone's Rag."

5. "Billy in the Lowground."

6. "Tennessee Wagner."

7. "Double Eagle."

8. "Over the Waves."

9. "Black Mountain Blues."

10. "Cricket on the Hearth."

11. "Peacock Rag."

12. "I Don't Love Nobody."

13. "Chinese Breakdown."

14. "Cove Berry Breakdown."

15. "Home in Tennessee."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4769

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Esker Hutchens, Lauchlin Shaw, Glenn Davis, Fred Olson and Jinx. 3 November 1973. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4769

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Leather Britches."

2. "On a Cold Winter Night."

3. "Leave Me with a Smile."

4. "Chicken Reel."

5. "Cacklin' Hen."

6. "We're Going to Have a Good Time Tonight."

7. "Bill Bailey."

8. "Rainbow."

9. "Alabama Gal."

10. "Redwing."

11. "Turkey in the Straw."

12. "Take Me Back to Tulsa."

13. "Stay All Night."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4770

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4770

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4771

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Esker Hutchens, Lauchlin Shaw, Glenn Davis, Fred Olson and Jinx Morgan. 3 November 1973. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4771

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Blue Eyes."

2. "Sweet Golden Daisies."

3. "Blue Ridge Mountain Home."

4. "Love, Oh Love."

5. "New River Train."

6. "Mississippi Sawyer."

7. "8th of January."

8. "Sweet Cider."

9. "Over the Waves."

10. "Dixie Darling."

11. "Tease Me with a Smile."

12. "John Henry."

13. "Cripple Creek."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4772

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4772

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Mississippi Sawyer."

2. "Walking in My Sleep."

3. "Darling Chloe."

4. "Ragtime Annie."

5. "8th of January."

6. "Hop Light Ladies."

7. "Liberty."

8. "Jenny Lind Polka."

9. "Old Joe Clark."

10. "Little Shoes Away."

11. "Chicken Reel."

12. "Whistle on Your Way."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4773

Fred Olson Collection. Unidentified material. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4773

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Cotton-eyed Joe."

2. "Haste to Wedding."

3. "Now About Right."

4. "Old Folks."

5. "Turkey in the Straw."

6. "Up Jumped Trouble."

7. "Spinning Wheel."

8. "Peek-a-Boo."

9. "Darling Chloe."

10. "Dutchman's Dog."

11. "Tennessee Wagner."

12. "Silver Bells."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/4774

Fred Olson Collection. Various artists, including Lauchlin Shaw, Fred Olson, Virgil Craven, Fugio Abe and Glenn Glass. 20 June 1976. #20050, Subseries: "1.3. Fred Olson Collection." FT-20050/4774

1/4 " Open Reel Audio

1. "Forked Deer."

2. "Mississippi Sawyer."

3. "Log Cabin in the Lane."

4. "Chinese Breakdown."

5. "O'er the Waves."

6. "Golden Slippers."

7. "Schottische."

8. "Fiddler's Reel."

9. "Rickett's Hornpipe."

10. "Ain't Gonna Rain No More."

11. "Danny Knott's Dancing."

12. "Power in the Blood."

13. "Bringing in the Sheaves."

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4.1. Olin Berrier Collection.

317 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs.

271 items.

Processing information: Titles compiled from original discs and from preservation master inventory. Side A titles are listed first, followed by Side B titles. Titles supplied by processor are in brackets. The condition of discs vary.

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1407

Clay Everhart and the Boys, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", "Alabama Jubilee", 24 December 1939 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1407

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-100

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1408

Olin Berrier Band, "Bungalow for Two", "Four Leaf", 31 November 1939 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1408

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-101

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1409

Olin Berrier, "Kitty Wells"; Uncle Ezra, "Old Folks at Home", 13 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1409

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-102

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1410

Olin Berrier, "Nobody's Business", "Blue Ridge Mountain Blues", 17 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1410

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-103

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1411

Olin Berrier Family, "Old Spinning Wheel"; Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Wabash Blues", 18 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1411

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-104

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1412

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Old Spinning Wheel", "Sleep In Your Barn", 18 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1412

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-105

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1413

Uncle Dave Macon, "Brown Jug"; Oscar Stone, "Oscar Stone", 27 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1413

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-106

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1414

Olin Berrier, "Happy Roving Cowboy", "Baby Waltz", 28 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1414

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-107

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1415

George Wilkerson, "Sweet Bunch of Daisies", "Silent Night", 28 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1415

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-108

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1416

Ruth and Vernie, "South of the Border", "Letter Edged in Black", 28 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1416

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-109

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1417

Hubert Lohr and Dewey Cooper, "Goodnight Waltz", "Four Leaf Clover", 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1417

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-110

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1418

Hubert Lohr, "If You Love Your Mother", "Land Beyond the Sky", 10 March 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1418

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-111

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1419

J.W. Meredith, 31 March 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1419

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-112

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1420

O. Stoffer and Norgil, "In the Sweet Bye and Bye"; Hopper and Morgan, 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1420

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-113

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1421

L.O. Koontz, "S. Cindy", "Bye Bye My Honey", 26 April 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1421

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-114

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1422

L.O. Koontz, "Sindey Miss Sayers"; Fred Fultz, 24 April 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1422

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-115

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1423

L.O. Koontz and Olin Berrier, "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", "Going To Spring", 25 April 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1423

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-116

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1424

Olin Berrier and Hubert Lohr; Olin Berrier, "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", 14 July 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1424

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-117

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1425

Hubert Lohr, "Under the Double Eagle", "Listen to the Mockingbird", 14 July 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1425

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-118

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1426

Hubert Lohr, Olin Berrier and Leonard Berrier, "Under the Double Eagle", "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", 14 July 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1426

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-119

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1427

Olin Berrier and Elva Jean, "Bury Me Beneath the Willow"; Elva Jean, "Star Dust", 6 September 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1427

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-120

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1428

[unidentified artist], "Wonders of the Land"; Repose Band #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1428

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-121

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1429

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", "She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1429

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-122

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1430

[unidentified artist], "Elmer Hinkle", "Bill Bailey" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1430

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-123

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1431

Irene and Paul Cooper, "Kneel at the Cross"; Allie Lodermilk and Mr. Lodermilk, "Prairie Moon" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1431

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-124

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1432

[unidentified artist], "Mary, Love" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1432

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-125

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1433

[unidentified artist], "Mary, Love", "Kiss Waltz" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1433

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-126

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1434

Tom and Elmer Cooper, "Walking Down Broadway" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1434

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-127

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1435

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1435

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-128

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/257

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1436

[unidentified artist], "Jesse James" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1436

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-129

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1437

[unidentified artist], "Uncle Jack"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1437

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-130

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1438

Olin Berrier, "Home Sweet Home", "Blue Ridge Mountain Blues", [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1438

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-131

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1439

Olin Berrier Family, "Happy Roving Cowboy" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1439

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-132

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1440

Hubert Lohr and Clay Everhart, "Flop Eared Mule/Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", "Listen to the Mockingbird" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1440

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-133

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1441

Luther Berrier Family; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1441

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-134

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1442

Clay Everhart Band, "East Tennessee Blues"; Clayton Fate #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1442

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-135

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1443

Fred Fultz and Others, "White House Blues"; B.O. Everhart Family #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1443

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-136

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1444

Charles Mutler, "Mississippi Sawyer"; Charles Mutler and H.H. Kroger, "Kitty Wells" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1444

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-137

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1445

[unidentified artist], "Kitty Wells"; Bill Sanchez and John Owens #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1445

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-138

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1446

[unidentified artist], "Over the Waves", "Home Sweet Home" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1446

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-139

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1447

Dewey and Tom Cooper, "Stone Rag" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1447

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-140

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1448

Dewey and Tom Cooper, "If I Lose", "Poor Tramp Has to Live" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1448

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-141

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1449

Olin Berrier, "Jessie James", "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane/Going Downtown" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1449

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-142

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1450

Clay Everhart and the North Carolina Cooper Boys, "Flop Eared Mule"; Dewey Cooper, Tom Cooper and Clay Everhart, "Lonesome Road Blues" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1450

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-143

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1451

Olin Berrier and the North Carolina Cooper Boys, "Bungalow for Two"; Olin Berrier String Band, "Wreck of the Number 9/On a Cold Winter's Night" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1451

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-144

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1452

Olin, Leonard and Bessie Berrier, "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane"; Fred Fultz and Koontz Family #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1452

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-145

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1453

Olin and Bessie Berrier, "Weeping Willow", "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1453

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-146

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1454

Fred Fultz, Olin Berrier and John, "Banjo Rag/She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain"; Olin Berrier and John, "Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane/Wreck of the Old 97" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1454

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-147

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1455

Sunset Rangers, "Golden Deal", "Every Dream" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1455

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-148

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1456

Tom and Elmer Cooper, "Washington and Lee"; Vernie and Ruth, "Farther Along" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1456

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-149

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1457

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "When the Saints Go Marching In"; Olin, Bessie and Leonard Berrier, "Weeping Willow" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1457

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-150

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1458

Olin Berrier and the North Carolina Cooper Boys, "Moving Day", "If I Lose" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1458

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-151

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1459

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Mountain Dew", "Gal I Love Pays Me No Mind" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1459

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-152

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1460

Hubert Lohr, "Spanish Flang[?]"; Micki Keeps[?], "Last Nite", "Little Curly Hair" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1460

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-153

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1461

Jeanne Berrier, "With Plenty of Money and You"; Jeff Clemente and Johnny Bond, "Coon from Tennessee/I've Heard the Blues Before"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1461

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-154

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1462

Jeanne Berrier, "Last Part", "The Thing I Love"; "Turkey in the Straw/Silly Bill" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1462

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-155

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1463

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Stone Rag", "When You Wore a Tulip", 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1463

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-156

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1464

Zeb Turney, Odell Smith and Jeff Johns; Jeff Johns and Odell Smith, "Waltz", 26 April 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1464

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-157

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1465

The Harringtons, "Stone Rag"; Ernest and Lillian, "Honeysuckle Blues", 26 January 1950 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1465

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-158

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1466

Sherill, "Ragged Ann"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1466

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-159

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1467

[unidentified artist], "Monkey on the Flagpole"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1467

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-160

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1468

[unidentified artist], "Railroad Tramp"; [unidentified sound recording], 28 September 1946 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1468

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-161

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1469

[unidentified artist], "Silver Bell", "Way Out There", 28 September 1946 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1469

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-162

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1470

[unidentified artist], "Filipino Baby"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1470

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-163

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1471

Olin Berrier and David Sherrill, "Golden Slippers"; Maggie, Olin Berrie and David Sherrill, "When You and I Were Young" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1471

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-164

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1472

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1472

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-165

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1473

[unidentified artist], "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain", "If I Lose" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1473

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-166

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1474

[unidentified artist], "Golden Slippers"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1474

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-167

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1475

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1475

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-168

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1476

[unidentified artist], "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1476

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-169

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1477

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1477

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-170

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1478

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1478

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-171

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1479

Olin Berrier, "Wreck of the Number 9"; [unidentified artist], "You Are My Flower" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1479

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-172

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1480

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1480

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-173

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1481

Olin Berrier, "Gold Rush's Over" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1481

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-174

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1482

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1482

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-175

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1483

Olin Berrier and Cliff, "Coon from Tennessee"; Cliff, "Coon from Tennessee", 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1483

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-176

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1484

Cliff, "Peach Picking Time", "Be True, Dear", 26 April 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1484

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-177

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1485

Odell Smith, "Arkansas Traveler"; Dave Carter and Paul Cooper, 27 April 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1485

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-178

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1486

Clay Everhart, "Please Come Back Little Pail", "Honeysuckle Blues", 27 April 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1486

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-179

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1487

Odell Smith and Band, "Fourteen Days in Georgia", [unidentified sound recording], 26 April 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1487

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-180

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1488

[unidentified artist], "Lonesome Road Blues"; Olin Berrier, D.D. Yokely and Odell Smith, "Careless Love", 1 July 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1488

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-181

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1489

Olin Berrier, "Frankie and Johnnie", "Wednesday Night Waltz", 7 November 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1489

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-182

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1490

Dick, Roger and Band, "Arkansas Traveler", "Duck's Eyeball", 5 April 1943 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1490

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-183

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1491

O.R.S.E.[?], "East Tennessee Blues", "Over the Waves", 15 January 1950 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1491

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-184

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1492

O.J.C.[?], "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1492

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-185

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1493

Odell Smith and Cliff, "Worried Mind"; [unidentified artist], "What a Friend We Have in Mother", 26 April 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1493

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-186 I

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1494

L.O. Koontz #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1494

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-186 II

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1495

Olin Berrier, "Blue Ridge Blues", "Weeping Willow" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1495

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-187

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1496

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1496

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-188

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1497

Walt Concott; Olin Berrier and Walt Concott, "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1497

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-189

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1498

[unidentified artist], "Sunny Home in Dixie", "Ragged Anne" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1498

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-190

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1499

Olin Berrier #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1499

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-191

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1500

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1500

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-192

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1501

Olin Berrier, "Letter Edged in Black" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1501

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-193

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1502

Olin Berrier, "Washington and Lee Swing"; [unidentified artist], "Should I" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1502

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-194

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1503

Olin Berrier, "When You and I Were Young, Maggie"; Dave Beck, "You Are My Flower", 30 August 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1503

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-195

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1504

Olin Berrier and the North Carolina Cooper Boys, "Please Be My Rainbow", "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1504

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-196

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1505

Ed and Family, "In The Garden", "Prairie Moon" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1505

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-197

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1506

[unidentified artist], "Mississippi Sawyer/Flop Eared Mule"; Mr. Cooper, 22 March 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1506

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-198

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1507

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1507

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-199

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1508

O.S.R.,"May I Sleep In Your Barn", "Under the Double Eagle", 15 January 1950 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1508

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-200

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1509

Clay Everhart Band; Jack and Clayton Everhart, "Orange Blossom Special", 25 December 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1509

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-201

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1510

[unidentified artist], "Fourteen Days in Georgia"; Olin Berrier, Odell Smith and D.D. Yokely, "Liza Jane", 1 July 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1510

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-202

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1511

Olin Berrier, Paul Cooper and Dave; [unidentified artist], "Corrine", 4 July 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1511

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-203

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1512

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1512

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-204

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/278

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1513

Olin Berrier, Tom and Dewey Cooper, "Richmond"; [unidentified artist], "Flop Eared Mule", 12 March 1944 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1513

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-205

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1514

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1514

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-206

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1515

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1515

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-207

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1516

[unidentified artist], "Natural Bridge Blues" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1516

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-208

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1517

Olin and Jean Berrier, "Down Yonder/Ragtime Annie", [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1517

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-209

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1518

Leonard Berrier; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1518

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-210

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1519

Olin Berrier and Clay Everhart, "Natural Bridge Blues", "Letter Edged in Black" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1519

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-211

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1520

Olin Berrier and the North Carolina Cooper Boys, "Happy Roving Cowboy", "Letter Edged in Black" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1520

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-212

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1521

Jack and Clayton Everhart, "Little Star"; [unidentified artist], "Over the Waves", 28 September 1946 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1521

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-213

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1522

Kenneth Beale, "Happy Roving Cowboy", [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1522

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-214

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1523

Whitie Glen; Olin Berrier and Whitie Glen, "Honeysuckle Blues", 8 July 1944 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1523

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-215

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1524

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Sunny South", "Piedmont", 1943 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1524

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-216

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1525

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1525

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-217

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1526

[unidentified sound recording]; [unknown artist], "Meet Me Somewhere in your Dreams" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1526

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-218

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1527

Fred Fultz, "Banjo Rag", "Miner Blues/I Don't Love Nobody", [unidentified sound recording], 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1527

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-219

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1528

Olin Berrier, Tom, Dewey and Elmer Cooper, "Boby Waltz"; [unidentified artist], "I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes", 14 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1528

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-220

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1529

Smiling Jack and His Sunset Rangers, "Leave Me Alone", "Give the World a Smile", 20 January 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1529

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-221

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1530

Sunset Travelers, "Up Jumped the Devil", [unidentified sound recording], 13 July 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1530

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-222

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1531

Olin and Leonard Berrier, Hubert Lohr, "Under the Double Eagle/Listen to the Mockingbird"; Fred Fultz, "Dill Pickle Rag/Cripple Creek", 14 July 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1531

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-223

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1532

Clay Everhart and Clayton Fate, "Flop Eared Mule/Sewanee River", "Orange Blossom Special" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1532

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-224

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1533

Olin Berrier, Odell Smith and D.D. Yokely, "Frankie and Johnnie"; "Honeysuckle Blues", 1 July 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1533

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-225

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1534

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Way Out There", "Mountain Dew", 15 August 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1534

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-226

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1535

O.D.R. Morgin, "Golden Slippers", "Flop Eared Mule", 30 August 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1535

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-227

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1536

O.D.R. Morgin, "Over the Waves", "Flop Eared Mule", 30 August 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1536

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-228

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1537

Whitie and Glen, "South/San Antonio Rose", "Steel Guitar Rag", 8 July 1944 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1537

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-229

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1538

Tom Cooper and John; D.Z. John, "Open Up the Pearly Gates" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1538

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-230

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1539

Jim Pruitt, "Natural Bridge Blues", "New River Train" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1539

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-231

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1540

Walter Cordett, "Cluck Old Hen", [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1540

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-232

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1541

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad", "Maggie", 11 July 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1541

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-233

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1542

Olin and Leonard Berrier, "Home Sweet Home"; "Log Cabin in the Lane", 11 July 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1542

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-234

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1543

Dick Smith, "Fourteen Days in Georgia", "Duck's Eyeball" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1543

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-235

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1544

[unidentified artist], "This Awful War", "Keep the Old Flag Flying" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1544

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-236

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1545

[unidentified artist], "Good Night Waltz" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1545

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-237

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1546

Olin Berrier, Dewey and Tom Cooper, "Over the Waves", "I'm Thinking of My Blue Eyes" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1546

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-238

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1547

[unidentified artist], "Under the Double Eagle", "Listen to the Mockingbird" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1547

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-239

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1548

Sunset Travelers, "Gal I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind", "Rancho Grande" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1548

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-240

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1549

[unidentified artist], "Whole Lot of Shaking Going On", "Whole Lot of Shaking Going On/When You and I Were Young, Maggie" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1549

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-241

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1550

OR, "Life's Railway to Heaven", 22 March 1953 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1550

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-242

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1551

Ted and Guitar, "The Gold Rush is Over", "Ragtime Annie" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1551

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-243

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1552

[unidentified artist], "I Talk to Myself About You", "Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1552

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-244

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1553

[unidentified artist], "Address Unknown", "Rubber Dolly" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1553

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-245

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1554

[unidentified artist], "Up Jumped Trouble", "Just Because" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1554

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-246

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1555

Olin Berrier and Raymond, "Over the Waves"; Raymond, "Over the Waves" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1555

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-247

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1556

Olin Berrier and Raymond, "Goodnight Waltz" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1556

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-248

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1557

[unidentified artist], "Why Don't You Tell Me So?/Ragtime Annie", "San Antonio Rose" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1557

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-249

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1558

[unidentified artist], "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain/Golden Slippers" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1558

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-250

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1559

[unidentified artist], "Turkey in the Straw"; Olin Berrier Band, "Bill Bailey/Ragtime Annie" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1559

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-251

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1560

Olin Berrier Band, "Just Because", "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1560

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-252

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1561

Raymond and Raymond, "Carolina Waltz" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1561

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-253

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1562

Olin Berrier and Cliff, "Coon from Tennessee/Whistling Rufus", "Worried Mind" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1562

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-254

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1563

[unidentified artist], "Sunny South/Sunny Home in Dixie"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1563

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-255

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1564

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1564

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-256

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1565

Hege and Heidi, "Darling, How Can You Forget So Soon?" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1565

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-257

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1566

Olin Berrier, "Wabash Blues", "Old Spinning Wheel" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1566

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-258

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1567

Olin Berrier, Whitney and Glen, "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down", 8 July 1944 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1567

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-259

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1568

Olin Berrier, "Soldier's Joy", "Ragtime Annie/Home in San Antonio" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1568

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-260

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1569

Olin Berrier, "Soldier's Joy", "Bill Bailey", 5 August 1951 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1569

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-261

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1570

Olin Berrier and Band, "I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover", 19 February 1957 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1570

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-262

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1571

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1571

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-263

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/371

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1572

Olin Berrier, "Life's Railway to Heaven/"Life is Like a Mountain Railroad"; Olin Berrier and Raymond, "Foggy Mountaintop", 22 March 1953 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1572

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-264

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1573

Olin Berrier, "Happy Roving Cowboy/Unidentified Song/Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", "Moving Day/Happy Roving Cowboy/Bury Me Beneath the Willow" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1573

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-265

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1574

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1574

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-266

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/372

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1575

[unidentified artist], "Roll Out the Barrel"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1575

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-267

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1576

Olin Berrier, "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down", "Jesse James/Home Sweet Home" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1576

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-268

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1577

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1577

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-269

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1578

[unidentified artist], "Under the Double Eagle" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1578

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-270

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1579

Jean Berrier, "I Love You", "How Sweet You Are" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1579

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-271

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1580

Margaret Berrier, "Mother's Love and Care", "I've Got a Crush on You", 8 May 1949 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1580

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-272

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1581

Harry Thager and Jeanne Berrier, "For You"; Harry Thager, "My Blue Heaven", 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1581

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-273

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1582

Margaret and Jeanne Berrier and Hubert Lohr, "Mexicali Rose"; [unknown artist], "Don't Worry About Me" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1582

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-274

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1583

Mildred Everhart #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1583

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-275

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1584

Radio Commercial #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1584

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-276

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1585

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1585

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-277

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/373

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1586

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1586

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-278

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/373

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1587

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1587

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-279

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/373

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1588

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1588

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-280

MISSING; Legacy PM: PM-20050/373, PM-20050/374

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1589

Olin, Leonard and Jean Berrier and Walt Corbitt, "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"; Olin Berrier and Walt Corbitt #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1589

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-281

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1590

Bull Fiddle, "Sunny South", "Star Spangled Banner" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1590

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-282

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1591

FB, "Little Star"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1591

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-283

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1592

Olin Berrier, "Star", "Put Your Little Foot" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1592

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-284

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1593

Olin Berrier, "Little Star/She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"; Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse, "Little Star" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1593

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-285

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1594

Walt Horgrae #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1594

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-286

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1595

A. W. Ledford, "Going Down the Road Feeling Good", "Ala. Gal", 23 May 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1595

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-287

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1596

A. W. Ledford, "Cumberland Gap", "Sally Goodin", 23 May 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1596

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-288

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1597

Jeff [?], Wayne and Oscar, "Mule Skinner Blues", "As Time Rolls On", 29 October 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1597

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-289

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1598

Ed [?], Jean, "Hour of Tri[?]"; [unidentified sound recording], 3 May 1941 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1598

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-290

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1599

Olin Berrier, "Cut Down the Pain[?]"; [unidentified sound recording], 8 July 1944 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1599

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-291

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1600

[unidentified artist], "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"; [unidentified sound recording], 12 February 1950 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1600

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-292

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1601

[unidentified artist], "A Mighty R[?] Waltz", Pike County Before Dawn, 22 March 1953 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1601

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-293

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1602

[unidentified artist], "The Kangaroo"; W[?] Smith, 9 August 1954 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1602

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-294

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1603

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1603

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-295

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1604

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1604

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-296

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1605

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1605

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-297

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1606

Young F[?] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1606

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-298

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1607

John C[?] 0; Mildred Leonard, 1940 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1607

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-299

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1608

[unidentified artist], "Chicken Roost" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1608

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-300

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1609

Margaret and Jeanne Berrier, Violin #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1609

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-301

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1610

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1610

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-302

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1611

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1611

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-303

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1612

[unidentified artist], "Seconds" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1612

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-304

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1613

Emma and Jean, "Hail, Hail[?]", "Believe Me In These"; [unidentified artist], "Rose" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1613

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-305

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1614

[unidentified artist], "There I Said It Again"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1614

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-306

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1615

[unidentified artist], "Everything I Have is Yours" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1615

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-307

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1616

Margaret and Jeanne Berrier, "Anchors Aweigh", "Maggie" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1616

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-308

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1617

Jeanne and Margaret Berrier, Fred Fultz and Stuffer[?], "Moonlight and Bases"; Fred Fultz, Margaret Berrier and Stuffer[?] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1617

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-309

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1618

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1618

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-310

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1619

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1619

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-311

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1620

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1620

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-312

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1621

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1621

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-313

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1622

[unidentified artist], "Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed", "In Love Up to My Ears" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1622

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-314

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1623

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1623

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-315

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1624

[unidentified artist], "Hong Kong Blues"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1624

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-316

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1625

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1625

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-317

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1626

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1626

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-318

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1627

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1627

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-319

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1628

Jonnie Bon, "Little Girl Do As Your Mamma"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1628

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-320

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1629

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1629

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-321

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1630

Margaret Berrier, "Sunrise Serenade"; Margaret and Jeanne Berrier, "Ivory Palaces" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1630

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-322

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1631

Laura #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1631

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-323

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1632

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1632

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-324

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1633

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1633

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-325

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1634

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1634

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-326

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1635

[unidentified artist], "Crow Call #1", "Crow Call #2", 1942 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1635

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-327

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1636

O'Neill[?], "Habitat[?]"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1636

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-328

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1637

Calhoun[?] Ruth, "Bring This In"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1637

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-329

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1638

Micki and Clarinet, "Jean (I Thought About You); [unidentified artist], "Sallie's Work[?]" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1638

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-330

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1639

Mr. Jones, "This is the Army"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1639

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-331

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1640

Fred Fultz and Margaret Berrier #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1640

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-332

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1641

[unidentified artist], "Everything I Have is Yours", "If You Are But a Dream" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1641

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-333

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1642

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1642

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-334

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1643

Laura; [unidentified artist], "Dream" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1643

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-335

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1644

[unidentified artist], "Blue Steel Blues", "Do You Care" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1644

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-336

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1645

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1645

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-337

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1646

Jack Koontz; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1646

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-338

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1647

Margaret and Russell, "Mexicali Rose"; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1647

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-339

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1648

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1648

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-340

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1649

Truman[?]; [unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1649

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-341

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1650

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1650

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-342

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1651

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1651

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-343

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1652

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1652

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-344

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1653

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1653

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-345

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1654

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1654

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-346

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1655

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1655

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-347

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1656

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1656

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-348

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1657

Jeanne Berrier, "Blue Birds", "So Many Times"; Emma Bell and Piano, "Ida" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1657

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-349

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1658

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1658

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-350

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1659

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1659

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-351

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1660

Whittie and Gray, "Guitar Pocke[?]"; Whittie, "Twist[?] Street Rag" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1660

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-352

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1661

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1661

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-353

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1662

[unidentified artist], "Release Me" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1662

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-354

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1663

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1663

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-355

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1664

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1664

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-356

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1665

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1665

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-357

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1666

Jeanne Berrier and Peggy, "Blue Steel Blues"; Jeanne Berrier and Elmer June, "I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1666

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-358

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1667

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1667

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-359

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1668

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1668

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-360

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1669

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1669

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-361

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1670

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1670

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-362

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1671

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1671

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-363

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1672

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1672

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-364

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1673

[unidentified artist], "Blue Steel Blues"; Luther Berrier #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1673

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-365

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1674

[unidentified artist], "A Fellow on a Furlough", "How Blue The Night" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1674

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-366

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1675

Margaret, "Mother" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1675

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-367

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1676

[unidentified artist], "Those Blue Eyes Don't Sparkle Anymore Because"; Leanne, "I Threw a Kiss in the Ocean" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1676

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-368

Instantaneous Disc FD-20050/1677

[unidentified artist], "Sweet Elise", "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree", "Come Tell Me Your Answer"; Leanne, "It Looks Like Rain in Cherry Blossom Lane", "Once in a While" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.1. Olin Berrier Audiodiscs." FD-20050/1677

Instantaneous Disc

Original number: OB-369

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Processing information: Titles and descriptions compiled from original containers and from preservation master inventory. Song titles listed beneath title if known. Titles supplied by processor are in brackets.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17505

Dance music with Russell Smith calling #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17505

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-101

1. Unidentified song, Russell Smith, caller

2."Tennessee Waltz," Russell Smith, caller

3. Unidentified song, Russell Smith, caller

4. "Red River Valley," Russell Smith, caller

5. "Sally Goodwin," Russell Smith, caller

6. Unidentified song, Russell Smith, caller

7. "Boil Them Cabbage Down", Russell Smith, caller

8. "Little Brown Jug," Russell Smith, caller

9. "Alabama Jubilee," Russell Smith, caller

10. "Alabama Jubilee," Russell Smith, caller

11. "Jingle Bells," Russell Smith, caller

12. "Boil Them Cabbage Down," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

13. "Golden Slippers," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

14. "Boil Them Cabbage Down," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

15. "Ragtime Annie," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

16. "Five-Foot Two," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

17. Unidentified song, Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

18. "Boil Them Cabbage Down," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

19. "Soldier's Joy," Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

20. Unidentified song, Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse with Russell Smith as caller

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17506

Bluegrass radio shows, Flatt & Scruggs #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17506

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-102

1. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

2."My Darling Cora is Gone," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

3. John's instrumental, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

4. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

5. "Camping in Canaan's Land," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

6. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

7. "All I Want is You," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

8. "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

9. "Cabin Home on the Hill," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

10. "Jesus Savior Pilot Me," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

11. "Groundhog," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

12. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

13. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

14. "Million Years in Glory," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

15. "Cumberland Gap," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

16. "Earl's Breakdown," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

17. "You Broke My Heart a Million Ways," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

18. "Camping in Canaan's Happy Land," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

19. "It Takes a Worried Man," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

20. "Crying My Heart Out Over You," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

21. "My Darling Cora is Gone," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

22. "Katy Hill," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

23. "Down the Road," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

24. "Washed in the Blood of the Lamb," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

25. "Hot Corn, Cold Corn," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

26. "Billy in the Lowground," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

27. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

28. "Don't this Road Look Rough and Rocky," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

29. "Never be Lonesome Again," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

30. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

31. "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

32. "This is No Time for Tears," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

33. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

34. "When that Shaggy Dog Gets Back from Outer Space," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

35. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

36. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

37. "Heaven," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

38. "Greenback Dollar," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

39. "Six White Horses," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. OBT 102.

40. "Have You Come to Say Goodbye?" Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

41. "He Will Set Your Fields on Fire," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

42. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

43. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

44. "All I Want is You," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

45. "Slip Some Lilies in My Hand," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

46. "Dance All Night," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

47. "Lonesome Road Blues," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

48. "Crying Alone," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

49. "Hand in Hand with Jesus," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

50. "Nobody's Business," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

51. "Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

52. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

53. "I Wonder How the Old Folks are at Home,"Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

54. "Working on the Road," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

55. "My Darling Cora is Gone," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

56. "Liberty," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

57. "Mt. Dew," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

58. "Home Sweet Home," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

59. "Down the Road," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

60. "I Don't Care Anymore" \ "When the Shaggy Dog Gets Back from Outer Space," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

61. "Dance all Night," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

62. "All I Want is You," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

63. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

64. "Home Sweet Home," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

65. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17507

String band #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17507

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-103

1. "You are My Sunshine"

2."Down Yonder"

3. "When the Saints"

4. Unidentified song

5. Unidentified song

6. "Is it True?"

7. Unidentified song

8. "I Lose My Mind"

9. Unidentified song

10. "An Old Log Cabin for Sale"

11. "Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party"

12. "Shortenin' Bread"

13. Unidentified song

14. "We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds"

15. "Will Your Lawyer Talk to God for You?"

16. "Unidentified song"

17. Unidentified song

18. "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me"

19. "Down Yonder"

20. Unidentified song, Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

21. "I Dreamed About Mama Last Night," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

22. "Sugarfoot Ray," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

23. "I've Enjoyed as Much of this As I Can Stand," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

24. "I've Enjoyed as Much of this As I Can Stand," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

25. "Power in the Blood," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

26. "Power in the Blood," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

27. Unidentified song (with false start), Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

28. "Someday We'll Meet Again Sweetheart," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

29. Unidentified song, Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

30. "I Know You're Married but I Love You Still," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

31. "Happy Roving Cowboy," Raymond Surratt and His Pine Ridge Buddies

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17508

String band #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17508

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-104

1. "Over the Waves," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

2. Waltz, Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

3. "Ragtime Annie," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

4. "Climbing Up the Golden Stairs," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

5. "John Henry," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

6. "Heel and Toe Polka," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

7. "Under the Double Eagle," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

8. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

9. "Kentucky Waltz," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

10. "Just Because," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

11. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

12. "That was Before I Met You," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

13. "Dad," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

14. "Dad," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

15. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

16. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

17. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

18. "Silver Bell," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

19. "Lonesome Road Blues," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

20. "John Henry," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

21. "Frankie and Johnny," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

22. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

23. "She'll be Coming Around the Mountain," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

24. "Country Baptizing," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

25. "Country Baptizing," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

26. "Country Baptizing," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17509

Radio show recordings #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17509

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-105

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17510

Dance music #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17510

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-106

1. "She'll be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

2."Ragtime Annie," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

3. "Four Leaf Clover," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

4. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

5. "Arkansas Traveler," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

6. "Just Because," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

7. "Red River Valley," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

8. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

9. "John Henry," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

10. "Silver Bell," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

11. "Little Brown Jug," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

12. "Arkansas traveler," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17511

O. Clay; Olen, Lin, Leonard; Olen, Dewey, Tom, 1967 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17511

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-107

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17512

Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse; O.P.R.S. Band, Square Dance #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17512

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-108

1. "Just Because," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

2."Chinese Breakdown," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

3. "Soldier's Joy," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

4. "Golden Slippers," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

5. "Arkansas Traveler," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

6. "She'll be Coming Around the Mountain," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

7. "Ragtime Annie," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

8. "I'm looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

9. "Arkansas Traveler," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Cruse

10. "Little Brown Jug," OPRS Band-Square Dance

11. "Silver Bell," OPRS Band-Square Dance

12. "Earl Scruggs Breakdown," OPRS Band-Square Dance

13. "John Henry," OPRS Band-Square Dance

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17513

Les and Earl, 1961 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17513

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-109

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17514

Curley and Jim, "John Henry", 1972 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17514

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-110

1. Curley and Jim, "John Henry", January 1972

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17515

Albert Evans; Olin Berrier, Elmer, and Nolan Johnson; Glen P. #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17515

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-111

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17516

Raymond Surratt, Raymond Waisner[?], and Charlie Whitley, "the Little White Church"; Raymond Surratt, Raymond Waisner[?], and Elgie, "A Pretty Wreath For Mother"; Flat and Scruggs, crow calls #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17516

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-112

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17517

Lester Flat #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17517

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-113

1. "Just Because," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

2."Silver Bell," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

3-7. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

8. "Ragtime Annie," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

9. "Arkansas Traveler," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

10. Unidentified song, Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

11. "Arkansas Traveler," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

12. "Under the Double Eagle," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

13. "Ragtime Annie," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

14. "Over the Waves," Hege, Olin Berrier, Waisner and Cruse

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17518

Calhoon dance #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17518

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-114

1. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier

2. "In the Mood," Olin Berrier

3. "Somebody to Love," Olin Berrier

4. "Somebody to Love," Olin Berrier

5. "Sitting on Top of the World," Olin Berrier

6. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier

7. "I Don't Love Nobody," Olin Berrier

8. "Over the Waves," Olin Berrier

9. "Jingle Bells," Olin Berrier

10. "Sitting on Top of the World," Olin Berrier

11. "Silent Night," Olin Berrier

12. "Silent Night," Olin Berrier

13. "In the Mood," Olin Berrier

14. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," Olin Berrier

15. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17519

O. Band, "Sunny South" #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17519

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-115

1. "She'll be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

2."When Irish Eyes are Smiling," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

3. "Roll out the Barrel," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

4-12. Unidentified songs, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

13. Unidentified Waltz, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

14. "Corrina Corrina," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

15. "In the Mood," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

16. "Roll Out the Barrel," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

17. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

18. "Corrina Corrina," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

19. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

20. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

21. "Love Letters in the Sand," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

22. "Lonesome Road Blues," Olin Berrier, Hege, Waisner and Shorty Cruse

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17520

Bill Yarborough #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17520

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-116

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17521

S.P.O.R. Dance #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17521

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-117

1. "Bill Bailey," S.P.O.R. Dance

2. Electric guitar instrumental, S.P.O.R. Dance

3. "Kentucky Waltz," S.P.O.R. Dance

4. "Please Help Me I'm Falling," S.P.O.R. Dance

5. "John Henry," S.P.O.R. Dance

6. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," S.P.O.R. Dance

7. "When the Saints Go Marching In," S.P.O.R. Dance

8. "Red River Valley," S.P.O.R. Dance

9. Unidentified song, S.P.O.R. Dance

10. Unidentified song, S.P.O.R. Dance

11. "Silver Bell," S.P.O.R. Dance

12. Unidentified song, S.P.O.R. Dance

13. Banjo solo, Olin Berrier

14. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," S.P.O.R. Dance

15. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," S.P.O.R. Dance

16. "Golden Slippers," Olin Berrier

17. "Red River Valley," Olin Berrier

18. "Chinese Breakdown," Olin Berrier

19. "Chinese Breakdown," Olin Berrier

20. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier

21. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier

22. "Lonesome Road Blues," Olin Berrier

23. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier

24. "Beer Barrel Polka," Olin Berrier

25. "South," Olin Berrier

26-29. Unidentified songs, Olin Berrier

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17522

Raymond #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17522

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-118

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17523

Calhoon, 12 October 1955 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17523

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-119

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17524

Steve Leonard #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17524

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-120

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17525

Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17525

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-121

1. Unidentified song, Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

2."Truck Driving Man," Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

3. "Washed My Face in Muddy Water," Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

4. "Roll Out the Barrel," Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

5. "Whole Lot of Shaking Going On," Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

6. Unidentified song, Bill Jim O.S., Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17526

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17526

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-122

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17527

Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17527

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-123

1. "Cindy," Phil Hege, Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

Unidentified song, Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

3. "She'll be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

4. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

5. "Bill Bailey," Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

6. "Mt. Dew," Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

7. "When You and I Were Young," Maggie, Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

8. "Whole Lot of Shaking Going On," Olin Berrier and Shorty Cruse

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17528

Raymond #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17528

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-124

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17529

Calhoon #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17529

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-125

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17530

Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17530

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-126

1. Unidentified song, Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers/Morris Herbert

2."Why Did You Wander?" Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

3. "Satisfied Mind," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

4. "Heart Stealin' Mama," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

5. "You Can Feel It in Your Soul," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

6. "Dear old Dixie," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

7. "There She Goes," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

8. "Old Spinning Wheel," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

9. "Save It, Save It," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

10. "The Old Crossroads," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

11. "Sunny Mountain Chimes," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

12. "When I Stop Dreaming," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

13. "I am Going To a City," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

14. "I'll Meet You in Church Sunday Morning," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

15. Unidentified song, Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

16. Unidentified song, Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

17. "Sugarfoot Ray"\"That's Alright," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

18. "Pretty Wreath for Mother's Grave," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

19. "Home of the Soul," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

20. "I Dreamed about Mom Last Night," Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

21. Unidentified song, Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

22. Unidentified song, Black Mountain Boys: Wagoner Brothers and Morris Herbert

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17531

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17531

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-127

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17532

Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17532

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-128

1. Unknown, Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

2."Please Come Back Little Pal," Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

3. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

4. "Lonesome Road Blues," Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

5. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

6. "Hop Light Ladies," Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

7. "Walking in My Sleep," Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

8. "Chinese Breakdown," Olin Berrier and Nolan Johnson

9. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Nolan Johnson

10. "Under the Double Eagle," Olin Berrier, Nolan Johnson

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17533

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17533

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-129

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17534

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17534

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-130

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17535

Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson; Nolan and Dot Johnson; Curley and Jim #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17535

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-131

1. Unidentified song, Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

2. Unidentified song, Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

3. Unidentified song, Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

4. "Ragtime Annie," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

5. "Liberty," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

6. "Hornpipe," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

7. "Richmond," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

8. "Cripple Creek," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

9. "Sally Goodin," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

10. "Bill Cheatham," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

11. "Dance All Night," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

12. Unidentified song, Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

13. "San Antonio Rose," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

14. "Lonesome Road Blues," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

15. "Boil Them Cabbage Down," Elmer, Donna, Olin Berrier and Johnson

16. "Whistling Rufus," Nolan and Dot Johnson

17. Unidentified song, Nolan and Dot Johnson

18. Unidentified song, Nolan and Dot Johnson

19. Unidentified song, Nolan and Dot Johnson

20. "Fourteen Days in Georgia," Nolan and Dot Johnson

21. Unidentified song, Nolan and Dot Johnson

22. "Listen to the Mockingbird," Nolan and Dot Johnson

23. "Billy in the Low Ground," Nolan and Dot Johnson

24. "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain," Nolan and Dot Johnson

25. "Red River Valley," Curley and Jim

26. "Sally Goodin," Curley and Jim

27. "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Curley and Jim

28. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

29. "John Henry," Curley and Jim

30. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

31. "Folsom Prison Blues."

32. "Red River Valley," Curley and Jim

33. "Marching Through Georgia," Curley and Jim

34. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

35. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

36. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

37. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

38. "Sally Goodwin," Curley and Jim

39. Unidentified song, Curley and Jim

40. "Roll Out the Barrel," Curley and Jim

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17536

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17536

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-132

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17537

OPRS #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17537

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-133

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17538

Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17538

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-134

1. "Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

2."Poor Ellen Smith," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

3. "I'm on My Way to Canaan's Land," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

4. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

5. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

6. "All I Want is You," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

7. Unidentified song, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

8. "Nobody's Business," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

9. "I Know What it Means to be Lonesome," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

10. "When the Angels Carry Me Home," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

11. "When the Angels Carry Me Home," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

12. "Bury Me Beneath the Willow," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

13. "The Old Country Church," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

14. "Leather Britches," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

15. "I Wonder Where You are Tonight," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

16. "All I Want is You," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

17. "Wild Horse," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

18. "Leather Britches," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

19. "Polka on the Banjo," Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17539

Olin Berrier, Phil, Raymond and Shorty #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17539

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-135

1. "Little Brown Jug," Olin Berrier, Phil, Raymond and Shorty

2. Unidentified song, Olin Berrier, Phil, Raymond and Shorty

3. "Arkansas Traveler," Olin Berrier, Phil, Raymond and Shorty

4. "John Henry," Olin Berrier, Phil, Raymond and Shorty

5. "I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover," Olin Berrier, Phil, Raymond and Shorty

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17540

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17540

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-136

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17541

[unidentified artist] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17541

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-137

1. "I Thought I Heard You Callin My Name"

2."Keep Me From All Wrong"

3. "Bottle Let Me Down"

4. "Silver Threads"

5. "Double File/Salt Creek"

6. "Under the Double Eagle"

7. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown"

8. "Love Hurts"

9. "Blue Eyes Cryin In the Rain"

10. "Stars"

11. "Steel Guitar Rag"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17542

Xmas Cantana, Sunday morning, 18 December 1977 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17542

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-138

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17543

Xmas, "Down From His Glory", 17 December 1978 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17543

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-139

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17544

Christmas Cantata: Recorded at Winston with Donna, Margie and Martha, 1980 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17544

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-140

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17545

Christmas #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17545

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-141

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17546

Christmas Cantata, 1978 #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17546

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-142

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17547

Christmas #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17547

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-143

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17548

Jeanne and David, piano #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17548

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-144

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17549

[unidentified sound recording] #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17549

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-145

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20050/17550

Rt. 1 church service #20050, Subseries: "1.4.2. Olin Berrier Audiotapes." FT-20050/17550

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Original number: OBT-146

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. Video Recordings.

2 items.

Videotape VT-20050/1

"Musical Change in the Western Piedmont: A Celebration of Traditional Music." 13 April 1991. #20050, Subseries: "1.5. Video Recordings." VT-20050/1

VHS

Depicts the concert portion of the program. Various artists, include: Nolan Johnson, Dorothy Johnson, Orden Clemmons, Kirk Sutphin, Phillip Hege, Larry Beam, Dale O'Bryant, Jerry Everhart, Roy Bates, Alton Lohr, Julian C. Rowland, Donna Beck Michael and Len Berrier. A printed brochure from the event sponsored by the Davidson County Community College accompanies the taped concert.

Videotape VT-20050/2

[Four unidentified musicians playing old-time music in a livingroom.] #20050, Subseries: "1.5. Video Recordings." VT-20050/2

VHS

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.6. Films.

2 items.

Acquisitions Information: F-20050/1-2 received as Addition of April 2015 (Acc. 102203).

Film F-20050/1

[Girls in park] #20050, Subseries: "1.6. Films." F-20050/1

16mm motion picture film

125 ft.

black and white; silent

Mid 1950s footage of girls in a park. Most likely a home movie.

Film F-20050/2

[Washington Square Park performance] #20050, Subseries: "1.6. Films." F-20050/2

16mm motion picture film

700 ft.

black and white; silent

Mid-1950s B-roll footage of folk musicians performing on stage (possibly Carnegie Hall) and in Washington Square Park. Musicians featured include Roger Sprung, Phil Ochs, Fred Gerlach and others.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003.

About 12,700 items.

Materials about musicians, music gatherings, radio programs, and other topics. Included are interview transcriptions, copies of photographs, newspaper clippings beginning in the mid-1800s, correspondence, and research notes.

Folder 1

Sidney J. Allgood #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 1

Folder 2

John Reuben "Red" Allred #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 2

Folder 3

John Scott Arnold #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 3

Folder 4

Dwight Thomas Barker #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 4

Folder 5

Nick Bove #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 5

Folder 6

Charlie Bowman #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 6

Folder 7

Thelma Boyd and Elgin Lee Boyd #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 7

Folder 8

Kermit Brady #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 8

Folder 9

The Britts, Interview with Jerry Wayne Britt and John "J. G." Britt #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 9

Folder 10

Dewey Brower #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 10

Folder 11

Carlton Burrow #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 11

Folder 12

Matthew Cooper #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 12

Folder 13

Wilbern Cranford #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 13

Folder 14

Virgil Craven #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 14

Folder 15

Fleet Darr and family #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 15

Folder 16

Glenn Davis and family #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 16

Folder 17

Larry Glenn Davis #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 17

Folder 18

Elmer Dunn #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 18

Folder 19

Leonard Eubanks #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 19

Folder 20

Tommy Floyd #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 20

Folder 21

Fred Foster #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 21

Folder 22

Woody Greeson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 22

Folder 23

Rachel Gray; interview with Rachel Gray and Janet Marie Gilean #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 23

Folder 24

Ernest Thompson and family, interview with Faye Fritts #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 24

Folder 25

Ernest Thompson and family, interview with Faye Fritts #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 25

Folder 26

Fisher Hendley #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 26

Folder 27

Lawrence Hill #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 27

Folder 28

Elmer Holden, Sr #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 28

Folder 29

Howard Hudson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 29

Folder 30

Daner Johnson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 30

Folder 31

Vernon Lamb #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 31

Folder 32

Levin L. W. Lambert, Jr #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 32

Folder 33

Sam Lowe, Jr #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 33

Folder 34

Tom Lowery #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 34

Folder 35

Wade and Julia Mainer #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 35

Folder 36

Fred Marley #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 36

Folder 37

Coy McNeil #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 37

Folder 38

Everett Moffitt #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 38

Folder 39

Floyd Morrison #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 39

Folder 40

Fred Olson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 40

Folder 41

Gurney Peace #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 41

Folder 42

Dorothy Pegram #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 42

Folder 43

George Pegram #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 43

Folder 44

Opal and Obie Peeples #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 44

Folder 45

Lester Porter #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 45

Folder 46

Manley Reece #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 46

Folder 47

Joe Reitzel #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 47

Folder 48

Tommy Lee Scott #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 48

Folder 49

Spencer Brothers; interviews with Lance and Dewey Spencer #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 49

Folder 50

Ron Smith; interviews with Robert Amos Smith and Ronald Coleman Smith #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 50

Folder 51

Ray Snider #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 51

Folder 52

Kirk Sutphin #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 52

Folder 53

Gurney Thomas #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 53

Folder 54

Ernest Thompson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 54

Folder 55

Glen Thompson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 55

Folder 56

Mac Whately #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 56

Folder 57

Charles Zack Whitaker; interview with Frances Lyon Allred #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 57

Folder 58

Rachel Wiles #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 58

Folder 59

Tony Williamson #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 59

Folder 60

Frank Wilson and the Hill Billies; interview with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 60

Folder 61

John Wood #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 61

Folder 62

Newspaper Clippings: Alamance Gleaner, Graham, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 62

Folder 63

Newspaper Clippings: The Ansonian, Wadesboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 63

Folder 64

Newspaper Clippings: Asheboro Courier, Asheboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 64

Folder 65

Newspaper Clippings: The Carolina Watchman, Salisbury, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 65

Folder 66

Newspaper Clippings: Chapel Hill Independent, Chapel Hill, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 66

Folder 67

Newspaper Clippings: From Charlotte, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 67

Folder 68

Newspaper Clippings: Charlotte News, Charlotte, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 68

Folder 69

Newspaper Clippings: Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 69

Folder 70

Newspaper Clippings: Concord Times, Concord, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 70

Folder 71

Newspaper Clippings: Danville Register, Danville, Va. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 71

Folder 72

Newspaper Clippings: Davie Record, Mocksville, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 72

Folder 73

Newspaper Clippings: Dispatch, Lexington, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 73

Folder 74

Newspaper Clippings: Fayetteville Observer, Fayetteville, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 74

Folder 75

Newspaper Clippings: Farmer and Mechanic, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 75

Folder 76

Newspaper Clippings: Fayetteville North Carolinian, Fayetteville, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 76

Folder 77

Newspaper Clippings: Franklin Times, Louisburg, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 77

Folder 78

Newspaper Clippings: Goldsboro Argus, Goldsboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 78

Folder 79

Newspaper Clippings: Greensboro Daily Record, Greensboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 79

Folder 80

Newspaper Clippings: Greensboro Patriot, Greensboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 80

Folder 81

Newspaper Clippings: High Point Enterprise, High Point, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 81

Folder 82

Newspaper Clippings: Hillsborough Recorder, Hillsborough, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 82

Folder 83

Newspaper Clippings: Landmark, Statesville, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 83

Folder 84

Newspaper Clippings: Lenoir News, Lenoir, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 84

Folder 85

Newspaper Clippings: Lexington North State Weekly, Lexington, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 85

Folder 86

Newspaper Clippings: Miscellaneous Newspapers, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 86

Folder 87

Newspaper Clippings: Mount Airy News, Mount Airy, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 87

Folder 88

Newspaper Clippings: North Carolinian, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 88

Folder 89

Newspaper Clippings: North Carolina Standard, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 89

Folder 90

Newspaper Clippings: The Caucasian, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 90

Folder 91

Newspaper Clippings: News and Observer, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 91

Folder 92

Newspaper Clippings: Raleigh Register, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 92

Folder 93

Newspaper Clippings: Raleigh Star, Raleigh N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 93

Folder 94

Newspaper Clippings: Randolph Bulletin, Asheboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 94

Folder 95

Newspaper Clippings: Randolph Tribune, Asheboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 95

Folder 96

Newspaper Clippings: Salisbury Post, Salisbury, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 96

Folder 97

Newspaper Clippings: Sanford Express, Sanford, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 97

Folder 98

Newspaper Clippings: Twin City Sentinel, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 98

Folder 99

Newspaper Clippings: Stanly Enterprise, Albermarle, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 99

Folder 100

Newspaper Clippings: Tarboro Free Press, Tarboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 100

Folder 101

Newspaper Clippings: Tarboro Southerner, Tarboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 101

Folder 102

Newspaper Clippings: Union Republican, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 102

Folder 103

Newspaper Clippings: Webster's Weekly, Reidsville, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 103

Folder 104

Newspaper Clippings: West Carolinian, Salisbury, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 104

Folder 105

Newspaper Clippings: Western Sentinel, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 105

Folder 106

Newspaper Clippings: Wilkesboro Chronicle, Wilkesboro, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 106

Folder 107

Newspaper Clippings: Wilmington Commercial, Wilmington, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 107

Folder 108

Newspaper Clippings: Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 108

Folder 109

Newspaper Clippings: Yadkin Ripple, Yadkinville, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 109

Folder 110

Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper Logs #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 110

Folder 111-112

Folder 111

Folder 112

African American #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 111-112

Folder 113

Black Fiddlers - Iredell County #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 113

Folder 114

Cedar Falls / Gray's Chapel #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 114

Folder 115

Cooleemee Research #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 115

Folder 116

Fiddler's Conventions, Raleigh, N.C. #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 116

Folder 117

Finished Ernest Thompson Materials #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 117

Folder 118

New Information - 2002 #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 118

Folder 119-122

Folder 119

Folder 120

Folder 121

Folder 122

New Information File #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 119-122

Folder 123

Radio #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 123

Folder 124

WMFR Research #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 124

Folder 125

Miscellaneous items, including a newspaper article about a square dance in Lexington, a short letter to Bob Carlin from Phillip Gura, photocopy of WDVA's Big Show and Barn Dance newspaper advertisement, and an article concerning the Lincoln County Partners #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 125

Folder 126

Miscellaneous items, including newspaper articles, handwritten notes, a guitarist Larry G. Davis brochure, and a copy of George Pegram's certificate of death #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 126

Folder 127

Miscellaneous items, including handwritten notes, newspaper and journal articles, and contact information #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 127

Folder 128

Miscellaneous items, including photocopied photographs of musicians, such as the Berrier Family, Charlie Knight, and Clay Everhart at a "Womanless Wedding"; Woody Greeson at the WBIG Studio; and Gurney Thomas at the WPTF Studio #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 128

Folder 129

Miscellaneous items, including articles about Wiley and Zeke, the Morris Brothers; an English paper concerning a 1988 video interview with Joe Talbert by Amy Talbert Bailey; and a photocopy of Blue Ridge Records folio for "The Battle in Korea" by L. W. and Harold and the Carolina Neighbors #20050, Series: "2. Research Files, circa 1824-2003." Folder 129

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Images.

19 items.

Photographs and negatives are color photocopies of original tintypes and photographs, among them one of John C. Bray with his violin; photographs of George Pegram with other musicians at a tent show; and negatives and photographs of Marvin Gaster. Other material includes the Full Circle Band's promotion poster; a Gurney Thomas and His Hillbilly Pals radio jamboree poster; newspaper advertisements from High Point, N.C.; and the cover for Glenn Thompson's album Country Songs I Love to Sing.

Image P-3215N

Marvin Gaster with unidentified woman #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3215N

Image P-3216N

Roger Eads, Marvin Gaster, Jon Layne, and Pepa #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3216N

Image P-3217N

Marvin Gaster's great grandfather, John Morris Gaster #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3217N

Image P-3218

Marvin Gaster #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3218

Image P-3219

Marvin Gaster #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3219

Image P-3220 N

Leonard Eubanks's grandfather. Fattie King #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3220 N

Image P-3221

Leonard Eubanks #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-3221

Image P-4528

Ernest Thompson and family (three prints on paper) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4528

Image P-4529

Ernest Thompson and family #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4529

Image P-4530

Four men in uniform with guns and musical instruments: Lee Hillingis, Cyrus Lineberry, Jacob Harwell, Marcus Johnson #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4530

Image P-4531

Charles Zack Whitaker leaning against automobile #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4531

Image P-4532

John C. Bray with violin (copy of tintype) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4532

Image P-4533

John C. Bray with violin and an unidentified man also with violin (copy of tintype) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4533

Image P-4534

Opal Peeples and Obie Peeples with Harold Yountz and Roy Osbrne (color copy) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4534

Image P-4535

Opal and Obie Peeples with Harold Yountz and Roy Osbrne (enlarged copy of color photograph) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4535

Image P-4536

George Pegram with other musicians at tent show (color copy) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4536

Image P-4537

George Pegram with other musicians at tent show (slide) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4537

Image P-4538

George Pegram with banjo at tent show (slide) #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4538

Image P-4539N

George Pegram with banjo at tent show #20050, Series: "3. Images. " P-4539N

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13 items.

The Full Circle Band's promotion posters; Gurney Thomas and his Hillbilly Pals radio jamboree poster; color photocopies of photographs; newspaper advertisements from High Point, N.C.; and Glenn Thompson's album cover entitled, Country Songs I Love to Sing.

Oversize Paper OP-20050/1

Glenn Thompson album cover, Country Songs I Love to Sing (color copy) . #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/1

Oversize Paper OP-20050/2

Rambling Scotty and Smiling Bill and the Original Kentucky Partner Show poster (color copy) . #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/2

Oversize Paper OP-20050/3

George Pegram playing banjo at tent show (enlarged color copy of photograph) . #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/3

Oversize Paper OP-20050/4-7

OP-20050/4

OP-20050/5

OP-20050/6

OP-20050/7

Ye Old Tyme Fiddler's Convention. 19 December 1970. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/4-7

Four photocopied pages.

Oversize Paper OP-20050/8

Full Circle Band, first promotion poster, 1979. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/8

Oversize Paper OP-20050/9

Full Circle Band, 1980. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/9

Oversize Paper OP-20050/10

Pre-Bluegrass Banjo. George Wilson, Henry Sapoznic, and others. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/10

Oversize Paper OP-20050/11

The Beech Mountain Ramblers "Walkin' In The Parlor," Jack Guy and Tab Ward. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/11

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20050/1

WPTF Presents Gurney Thomas and His Hillbilly Pals. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." XOP-20050/1

Oversize Paper OP-20050/12

Concert/Square Dance-A Celebration of Traditional Music: Lexington, N.C., 13 April 1991. #20050, Series: "4. Oversize Materials." OP-20050/12

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of February 2014: Bob Carlin Website.

1 item.

"Bob Carlin - Car Tunes Recordings," website and blog of clawhammer style banjoist Bob Carlin. Includes information about Carlin's work as a producer, performer, teacher, and researcher, as well as a list of publications.

Digital Item DI-20050/1

Website (bobcarlinmusic.com) #20050, Series: "Addition of February 2014: Bob Carlin Website." DI-20050/1

Harvested using Archive-It, beginning in October 2013.

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Photographs and negatives (P-3215N-4539N)

Oversize materials (OP-20050/1-12 and XOP-20050)

Audiocassettes (FS-582-7068)

Audiotapes (FT-4600-4781, FT-6294-6302, FT-11822-11828, FT-15515-15516, FT-17505-17550)

Compact Disc (CD-4256)

Digital Audio Tapes (DAT-517-531)

Instantaneous Discs (FD-1407-1677)

Film (F-20050/1-2)

Videotapes (VT-20050/1-2)

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Processing Information

Processed by: Allyn Meredith, September 2004

Encoded by: Allyn Meredith, October 2004

Updated by: Amanda Loeb, February 2014; Anne Wells, January 2016, October 2018

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