Collection Number: 20429

Collection Title: Bill Bolick Collection, 1897-1986 (bulk 1936-1986)

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Size 3.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 500 items)
Abstract The Bill Bolick Collection contains audio recordings, hymnals, and song books compiled by the North Carolina-based country musician, Bill Bolick. Audio recordings consist mostly of recordings by the Blue Sky Boys, an influential American country music brother duo that was made up of Bill Bolick on mandolin and tenor vocals and Earl Bolick on guitar and lead vocals. Blue Sky Boys recordings found in the collection include radio programs, demos, home recordings, live recordings, test pressings, and other recordings. The collection also contains collected audio recordings of other folk and country music artists, as well as hymnals and radio program song books compiled by Bill Bolick and his family.
Creator Bolick, Bill.
Language English
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Bill Bolick Collection #20429, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received on loan from Alan Justice in April 2008 (Acc. 100917) and October 2016 (Acc. 102671).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Bill Bolick (1917-2008) was a North-Carolina based musician who was part of the Blue Sky Boys, an American country music duet that was made up of Bill and his brother, Earl Bolick. Deriving their moniker from the fact that North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains are sometimes referred to as the Land of the Sky, the Blue Sky Boys launched their musical careers in 1935 at WWNC in Asheville and earned great popularity during the 1930s and 1940s. Influenced by Kentucky's Monroe Brothers, the Blue Sky Boys featured Earl singing lead and playing guitar and Bill singing tenor and playing mandolin. Their music influenced many traditional country music duos, particularly the Louvin Brothers, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Carter and Ralph Stanley, and the Everly Brothers. The band recorded some of their most popular songs on 16 June 1936 in an RCA Victor recording studio in Charlotte for the Bluebird label. Songs coming from that session included "I'm Just Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail," "Sunny Side of Life," "Down on the Banks of the Ohio," and "Where the Soul Never Dies." (Biographical Note courtesy of Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press).

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The Bill Bolick Collection contains audio recordings, hymnals, and song books compiled by the North Carolina-based country musician, Bill Bolick. Audio recordings consist mostly of recordings by the Blue Sky Boys, an American country music brother duet that was made up of Bill Bolick on mandolin and tenor vocals and Earl Bolick on guitar and lead vocals. Blue Sky Boys recordings found in the collection include radio programs, demos, home recordings, live recordings, test pressings, and other recordings on transcription disc, instantaneous disc, LP, and 1/4" open reel audio. Other audio recordings include promotional copies of Ray Smith and The Buckeye Boys on 78, as well as collected recordings by other folk and country music artists on instantaneous disc and 1/4" open reel audio. These collected recordings, which were compiled by Bill Bolick and other record collectors, including Rodney McElrea, Mike Kolonel, and Bob Wood, feature such artists as the Delmore Brothers, Dixon Brothers, Carter Family, Kelly Harrell, Louvin Brothers, Monroe Brothers, and Blaine Smith, among others. The collection also contains hymnals and radio program song books compiled by Bill Bolick and his family.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Audio Recordings and Related Material, 1936-1986 and undated.

231 items.

Arrangement: Chronological by format.

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118 items.

Arrangement: by format.

Processing information: Titles and descriptions compiled from original containers. Dates reflect date of recording.

Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated.

48 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1380

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 1-2 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1380

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Code No.: WGST 290-B, 291-B, Broadcast dates: 2-3 September 1946

Side 1: "An Empty Mansion", "We Buried Her Beneath The Willow", "I've Found a Friend In Jesus", "Katy Hill"

Side 2: "Will You Miss Me?", "They're All Going Home But One", "What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul", "The Arkansas Traveler"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1381

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 3-4 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1381

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Code No.: WGST 291-B, 293-B, Broadcast dates: 3-4 September 1946

Side 1: "Will You Miss Me?", "They're All Going Home But One", "What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul", "The Arkansas Traveler"

Side 2: "Just A Little Talk With Jesus", "Song of the Blind", "I'm Going Home This Evening", "Fire On The Mountain"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1382

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 5 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1382

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Code No.: WGST 294-B, Broadcast date: 6 September 1946

Side 1: "Farther Along", "Darling, I Think of What You've Done", "That Beautiful Home"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1383

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 6-7 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1383

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Code No.: WGST 295-B, 296-B, Broadcast dates: 9-10 September 1946

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1384

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 11-12 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1384

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Code No.: WGST 300-A, 301-A, Broadcast dates: 16-17 September 1946

Side 1: "Nothing But The Blood of Jesus", "Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me", "Only Let Me Walk With Thee", "Sally Goodin'"

Side 2: "Oh Sister Mary, Don't You Weep", "Yellow Rose of Texas", "Just One Way To The Gate", "Turkey In The Straw"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1385

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 16-17 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1385

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Code No.: WGST 305-A, 306-A, Broadcast dates: 23-24 September 1946

Side 1: "Shake My Mother's Hand For Me", "No Place To Pillow My Head", "I Have Found The Way", "Tugboat"

Side 2: "When I Reach That City On The Hill", "The Answer To A Prisoner's Dream", "This Train", "Dance All Night (With A Bottle In My Hand)"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1386

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 18-19 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1386

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Code No.: WGST 307-A, 308-A, Broadcast dates: 25-26 September 1946

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1387

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 20 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1387

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Code No.: WGST 309-A, Broadcast dates: 27 September 1946

Side 1: "Getting Ready To Leave This World", "I'm Just Here To Ger My Baby Out of Jail", "Take Up Thy Cross", "Ragtime Annie"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1388

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 21-22 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1388

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Code No.: WGST 310-A, 311-A; Broadcast: 30 September-1 October, 1946

Side 1: "Great Grand Dad", "Speak To Me Little Darling", "That Beautiful Home", "Katy Hill" ;

Side 2: "Will My Mother Know Me There", "The Last [?]", "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again", "Buffalo Gals"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1389

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 23-24 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1389

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Code No.: WGST 312-A, 313-A; Broadcast: 2-3 October 1946

Side 1: "Where We'll Never Grow Old", "Sweet Allalee", "I Dreamed I Searched Heaven For You", "Fire On The Mountain"

Side 2: "A Beautiful Life", "The East Bound Train", "Turn Your Radio On", "Cumberland Gap"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1390

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 26-27 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1390

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Code No.: WGST 315-A, 316-A; Broadcast: 7-8 October 1946

Side 1: "The Blood of Jesus", "When The Roses Bloom Again", "I'll Be Listening", "Whistling Rufus", "Were You There

Side 2: "Were You There? (When They Crucified My Lord)", "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again", "Shall You Miss It?", "Soldier's Joy"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1391

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 28-29 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1391

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Code No.: WGST 317-A, 318-A; Broadcast: 9-10 October 1946

Side 1: "Precious Memories", "Just A Strand From A Yellow Curl", "Are You Tired of Me My Darling", "Golden Slippers"

Side 2: "Just A Little Talk With Jesus", "Midnight On The Stormy Deep", "Gathering Buds", "Turkey In The Straw"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1392

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 30 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1392

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Code No.: WGST 319-A; Broadcast: 11 October 1946

Side 1: "The Longest Train I Ever Saw", "I Believe It For My Mother Told Me So", "What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul", "Arkansas Traveler"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1393

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 31-32 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1393

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Code No.: WGST 320-A, 321-A; Broadcast: 14-15 October 1946

Side 1: "Life's Railway To Heaven", "Goodbye Maggie", "Drifting Too Far From The Shore", "Soldier's Joy"

Side 2: "Ida Red," "Where the Soul Never Dies," "Take Me Back to Renfro Valley," "8th of January"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1394

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 33-34 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1394

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Code No.: WGST 322-A, 323-A; Broadcast: 16-17 October 1946

Side 1: "Death Is Only A Dream", "Bury Me Beneath The Willow", "Won't It Be Wonderful There", "Tugboat"

Side 2: "The Black Mountain Blues", "Someone's Last Day", "I'm Going Home This Evening", "Ragtime Annie"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1395

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 35 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1395

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Code No.: WGST 324-A; Broadcast: 19 October 1946

Side 1: "I'll [?] In The Morning", "Short Trouble", "Just To The Gate", "Mississippi Lawyer"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1396

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 36-37 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1396

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Code No.: WGST 325-A, 326-A; Broadcast: 21-22 October 1946

Side 1: "Will You Miss Me?," "The Trail To Mexico," "Dust On The Bible," "Devils Dream"

Side 2: "Precious Memories," "Mary of The Wild Moor," "Heaven Holds All To Me," "Sally Goodin'"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1397

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 38-39 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1397

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Code No.: WGST 327-A, 328-A; Broadcast: 23-24 October 1946

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1398

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 40 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1398

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Code No.: WGST 329-A; Broadcast: 25 October 1946

Side 1: "When I Reach That City," "Yellow Rose of Texas," "Give Me The Roses Now," "Leather Britches"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1399

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 41-42 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1399

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Code No.: WGST 330-A, 331-A; Broadcast: 28-29 October 1946

Side 1: "Shake My Mother's Hand For Me," "The Holiness Mother," "The Answer To The Prisoner's Dream," "Katy Hill"

Side 2: "Farther Along," "There's No Other Love For Me," "God Sent My Little Girl," "The Lost Train Blues"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1400

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 43-44 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1400

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Code No.: WGST 332-A, 333-A; Broadcast: 30-31 October 1946

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1401

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 45 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1401

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Code No.: WGST 334-A; Broadcast: November 1, 1946

Side 1: "Get Along Home Cindy," "The Sunny Side of Life," "They're All Going Home But One," "The Girl I Left Behind"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1402

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 46-47 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1402

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Code No.: WGST 335-A, 336-A Broadcast: 4-5 November 1946

Side 1: "An Empty Mansion," "Speak To Me Little Darling," "Shall You Miss It," "Buffalo Gals"

Side 2: "A [Beautiful?] Life," "Little [?] Trusted You Too Long," "I [?] Searched Heaven for You," "So [?] [Mountain?]"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1403

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 48 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1403

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Code No.: WGST 337-A; Broadcast: 6 November 1946

Side 1: "Getting Ready to Leave This World," "Mary of the Wild Moor," If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again," "Turkey In the Straw"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1404

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 49-50 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1404

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Code No.: WGST 338-A, 339-A; Broadcast: 7-8 November 1946

Side 1: "Life's Railway to Heaven," "The East Bound Train," "This Evening Light," "The Whistling Rufus"

Side 2: "Just A Little Talk With Jesus," "Just A Strand From A Yellow Curl," "Where The Soul Never Dies," "Old Joe Clark"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1405

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 51-52 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1405

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Code No.: WGST 340-A, 341-A; Broadcast: 11-12 November 1946

Side 1: "Oh, Sister Mary, Don't You Weep," "Golden Slippers (Fiddle Duet) Ruel and Curly Parker," "Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me," "Hop Light Ladies"

Side 2: "The Longest Train I Ever Saw," "On The Sunny Side of Life," "Evalina," "Eighth of January (Ruel Parker)"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1406

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 136-137 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1406

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Code No.: WGST 427-A, 428-A; Broadcast: 10-11 March 1947

Side 1: "When I Reach That City," "Speak To Me Little Darling," "We Parted By The Riverside," "The Down Home Rag"

Side 2: "As Long As I Live" "The Picture of Life's Other Side," "Nine Pound Hammer," "Arkansas Traveler"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1407

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 138-139 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1407

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Code No.: WGST 429, 430; Broadcast: 12-13 March 1947

Side 1: "Precious Memories," "What Does The Deep Sea Say?," "Just A Strand From The Yellow Curl," "8th of January"

Side 2: "Black Mountain Blues," "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?," "Why Should It End This Way," "Fire On The Mountain"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1408

Blue Sky Boys: WGST program 140 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1408

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Code No.: WGST 431; Broadcast: 14 March 1947

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1409

Demo 1 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1409

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Side 1: "Kneel at the Cross" (3:10), "She's Somebody's Darling Once More" (2:35), "Since the Angels" (2:40), "Only One Step More" (3:00)

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1410

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 1 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1410

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Side 1: "Amazing Grace," "You've Branded Your Name on my Heart," "The Sweetest Gift, A Mother's Smile," "Old Time Camp Meeting," "My Main Trial Is Yet to Come"

Side 2: "This World Can't Stand Long," "We Buried Her Beneath the Willow," "Uncle Josh"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1411

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 2 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1411

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Side 1: "I'll be No Stranger There" (1:45), "What Does the Deep Sea Say" (3:15), "I Need the Prayers" (3:20), "Sour Wood Mountain" (violin) (1:30), "Girl I Left Behind Me" (violin) (1:30)

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1412

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 4A #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1412

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Side 1: "This Train" (2:35), "The BIBLE" (2:35), "(Josh intro) Good Bye Margie" (3:00), "Buffalo Gals" (1:15)

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1413

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 5 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1413

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Side 1: "Just A Little Walk With Jesus," "I Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine," "Little Joe," "Lonely Tombs," "East Tennessee Blues"

Side 2: "Alabama," "Come to The Saviour," "Old Mountain Dew," "[?] Light Ladies"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1414

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 6A, 6B #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1414

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Side 1: "Golden Slippers," "You Can Be A Millionaire," "Nine Pound Hammer," "If We Never Meet Again," "Cacklin' Hen"

Side 2: "Beautiful," "Kentucky," "Dreamed I Searched Heaven for You," "Cumberland Gap," "Getting Ready to Leave this World"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1415

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 7A, 7B #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1415

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Side 1: "Golden Slippers," "You Can Be A Millionaire," "Nine Pound Hammer," "If We Never Meet Again," "Cacklin' Hen"

Side 2: "Beautiful," "Kentucky," "Dreamed I Searched Heaven for You," "Cumberland Gap," "Getting Ready to Leave this World"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1416

Blue Sky Boys: Demo 8A #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1416

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Side 1: "The House Where We Were Wed," "I'm S-A-V-E-D," "Worried Man Blues (With Talk)," "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1417

Blue Sky Boys, 15 June 1949 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1417

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Side 2: "Katie Hill" (1:40), "Last Mile of the Way" (2:55), "Two Little Rosebuds" (3:05), "I'm Troubled, I'm Troubled" (2:55), "Rubber Doll" (with Josh singing) (1:40)

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1418

Blue Sky Boys #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1418

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Side 1: "Uncle Josh (song) Unloved, Unclaimed," "Sweetest Mother," "Will You Miss Me," "Arkansas Traveller"

Side 2: "They're All Going Home But One," "We Parted by the Riverside," "Sally Goodin (vocal)," "Uncle Jo [?]," "Fi[?]"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1419

Blue Sky Boys: Veteran's Administration program 382-383 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1419

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Side 1: Veteran's Administration presents "Here's To Veterans," job training for veterans, featuring Merle Travis and Donald Flanagan

Side 2: "Here's To Veterans," featuring Ralph Flanagan" (Disability pay for GI Policyholders)

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1965

Blue Sky Boys: 1939 audition recording, Atlanta, Ga. #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1965

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Recorded at 761 Piedmont Avenue in Atlanta, Ga.; Announcer: John Fulton; Performers: Red Hicks, Earl Bolick, and Bill Bolick

Side 1: "Will You Miss Me," "Kicking Mule" (solo, Bill), "I Told the Stars About You," "Fisher's Hornpipe" (mandolin), "I Need the Prayers," "Ida Red, "Roll On Buddy"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1966

Blue Sky Boys: Program 25, Atlanta, Ga., 1946 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1966

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Code No.: 314-A; Broadcast: 4 October 1946

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1967

Blue Sky Boys, Atlanta, Ga., 19 December 1946 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1967

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Code No.: 3633-A, 3633-B; Broadcast: 25-26 December 1946

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1968

County Fair 2, 22 November 1947 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1968

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Code No.: 3599

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1969

Blue Sky Boys: All-hymn program part 4, Atlanta, Ga. #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1969

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Code No.: 4324-B; Broadcast: 18 December 1947

Includes Joe Tyson on fiddle; tracks listed on sleeve: "Precious Memories," "Dust On the Bible," "Turn Your Radio On," "Only One Step More"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1970

Blue Sky Boys: WNAO audition, Raleigh, N.C., 28 January 1949 #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1970

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Transcription Disc TR-20429/1971

Blue Sky Boy #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1971

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Includes one song by Leslie Keith on five-string banjo; tracks listed on sleeve: Theme "Are You From Dixie?," "Going to Georgia" (Leslie Keith), "Whispering Hope," "Kentucky," "Cluck Old Hen," "Old-Time Camp Meeting," "Pretty Little Widow"

Transcription Disc TR-20429/1972

Blue Sky Boys on KWKH, Shreveport, La. #20429, Subseries: "Transcription Discs, 1946-1949 and undated." TR-20429/1972

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Includes Bill and Earl Bolick with Sam "Curly" Parker on fiddle

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Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated.

63 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by artist or song title.

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/1

"At the End of the Year", "Don't You Know Or Don't You Care" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/1

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/2

"An Old Love Affair", "I Won't Worry, I Won't Care" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/2

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/3

"Are You Tired Of Pretending You Love Me", "I'll Still Believe You Love Me" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/3

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/4

"Baby Out of Jail", "Sunny Side of Life" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/4

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/5

"Because He Loves Me So", "When Jesus Comes Again" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/5

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/6

Betty: "Jean's Took Our Only Rosebud", "That Little Boy of Mine", "Not a Moment to Lose", "Has Anybody Told You About My Lord" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/6

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Bluebird Records

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/7

"Blue [?] Brunette", "The Unkind Word" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/7

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/8

Blue Sky Boys: "The Cross On The Hill", New York, N.Y. #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/8

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Associated Recording Studios; Lyric: Tex Jackson, Music: Deke Mason

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/9

Johnny Bond: "A Heart Full Of Love (For A Handful of Kisses)", "Tennessee Saturday Night" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/9

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Composers: Arnold, Nelson, Soehnel

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/10

Grady and Hazel Cole: "I Want To Be Like Jesus", "Tell Me, Tell Me Dear" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/10

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Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/11

"Crying Myself To Sleep", "Among Your Souvenirs", "I Wonder Where You", "You'll Always Have My", 1950 #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/11

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WRC, 10063

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/12

Karl Davis, "The New Golden Rule" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/12

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/13

Karl Davis, "The Unfinished Rug" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/13

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/14

Delmore Brothers' Records, Hank Penny Records, Get These Hits by Grandpa Jones #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/14

Instantaneous Disc

Burr Whyland recording studio

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/15

"Dixie Butterfly", "Smoky Mountain Waltz" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/15

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/16

Dixon Brothers: "Drop Your Net" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/16

Instantaneous Disc

Hill and Range Songs, Inc.

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/17

Dixon Brothers: "Will Your Name Be Inscribed On The Roll?", "I'm Building Me A Home Sweet Home" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/17

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/18

"Dolly Dimple", "Tears On Her Bridal Bouquet" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/18

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/19

"Don't Go to Sleep Again", Charlotte, Mich. #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/19

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/20

Famous Lashua, "I'm Glad (I'm Glad He's Gone and Left You)"; Chuck Harding, "Stop Crying On My Shoulder"; Riley Puckett #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/20

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/21

"Good-bye Little Pal, Good-bye", "Through The Years That Come and Go" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/21

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/22

"The Gospel Ship", "Floating Down the Mississippi" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/22

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/23

Chuck Harding: "I'm Going To Write To Heaven (For I Know My Daddy's There)", "Stop Crying On My Shoulder" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/23

Instantaneous Disc

WJOB Recording Studios

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/24

"I Had A Dream", "I Hope You See The Same Star" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/24

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/25

"I Have Dusted Off The Bible", "When Heaven Comes Down" , Shreveport, La., 23 September 1948 #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/25

Instantaneous Disc

Written by Johnnie Bailes and Al Robinson, recorded in the studios of KWKH

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/26

"I'll Take My Savior By The Hand" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/26

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/27

"It's Risky To Be Gone So Long", "A Lonely Heart Heels In Time" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/27

Instantaneous Disc

Dixie Music Pub Co.

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/28

"I Want To Live Like Daddy", "The Last Goodbye" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/28

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/29

Jimmie and Ginger: "A New Moon Over My Shoulders"; SLW: "Columbus Stockade" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/29

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/30

Jimmie and Ginger, "Chill On the Hill" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/30

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/31

Karl and Harty: "Yankee Doodle One and All", "Romans 6-23" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/31

Instantaneous Disc

Writer and recorder: Karl and Harty, C. H. Monroe

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/32

"Little Book of Dreams", "Rowdy" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/32

Instantaneous Disc

Bluebird Records

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/33

Eddie McMullen: "Little Mother of the Hills", New York, N.Y. #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/33

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/34

Bob Miller: "Don't Wait Until It's Mother's Day" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/34

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/35

Monroe Brothers: "Lord, Be With Us, Amen" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/35

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/36

Oak Music, Bill Bolick, John Botch[?] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/36

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/37

"Rainbow At Midnight", "Croatian Waltzes", Blue Sky Brothers #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/37

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/38

Ray and Ina: "Brown Eyes", "A.B.C. Song" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/38

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/39

Ray and Ina: "Brown Eyes", "I'm Going To Write to Heaven" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/39

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/40

Ray and Ina: "Christine Leroy", "Maple on the Hill", "I Miss Dear Mother and Dad", "Broken Engagement", Charlotte, Mich. #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/40

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/41

Ray and Ina: "Don't Take the Light", "I'm Troubled" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/41

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/42

Ray and Ina: "Maple on the Hill", "Sinking of the Sun" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/42

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/43

Ray and Ina: "Old True Lover", "In A Little Village Churchyard", "The [?] Grave", "Lay My Head Beneath the [?]" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/43

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/44

"Rose of England" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/44

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/45

Blaine Smith, Monongahela Valley #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/45

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/46

"Something's Wrong", "It's Better To Be Alone", "Wanted! Someone to Love Me" (solo), "Wanted! Someone to Love Me" (duet) #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/46

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/47

Souvenir Club Plantation, "Love Letters", Nashville, Tenn. #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/47

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/48

"Sweet Little Cherokee", "There's A Welcome Sign Outside My Door", 3 September 1946 #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/48

Instantaneous Disc

Fred Jeske, Wage, Shelhamer, Jr. and Wilson

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/49

"Talking Letters", "Talking Letters" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/49

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/50

"Tear Stained Bibles" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/50

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/51

Leslie York: "They Laid My Darling Away"; "Spoiled" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/51

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/52

Lee Thomas: "Smoke Along the Track", "My Heart Cries For You" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/52

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/53

"Walking With Jesus", "If I Can't Have You Little Darling (I Don't Want Nobody)" #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/53

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/54

[unidentified Blue Records sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/54

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/55

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/55

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/56

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/56

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/57

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/57

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/58

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/58

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/59

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/59

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/60

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/60

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/61

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/61

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/62

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/62

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-20429/63

[unidentified sound recording] #20429, Subseries: "Instantaneous Discs, 1946-1950 and undated." FD-20429/63

Instantaneous Disc

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111 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by artist or song title.

Processing information: Titles and descriptions compiled from original containers. Dates may reflect date of recording or date of duplication.

Documentation for select recordings resides in subseries 1.3.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/1

Bailes Brothers, Delmore Brothers, tape 4 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/1

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/2

Blue Sky Boys: Audition discs, Atlanta, Ga.; Raleigh, N.C., 1939-1951 12 March 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/2

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/3

Blue Sky Boys: Berryville, Berryville, Va., 7 July 1974 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/3

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/4

Blue Sky Boys: Bluebird and Victor recordings, early recordings #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/4

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/5

Blue Sky Boys: Bluebird and Victor recordings, early recordings, 78s #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/5

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/6

Blue Sky Boys, Nashville, Tenn., 7 March 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/6

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/7

Blue Sky Boys: Bluebird and Victor, 9 January 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/7

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/8

Blue Sky Boys: Bluebird and Victor, 78s various songs, radio transcriptions #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/8

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/9

Blue Sky Boys: Bluebird sessions 5-8, Bluebird and Victor, RCA Victor sessions 1-5, tape 10 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/9

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/10

Blue Sky Boys: Bluebird 78s, various recordings, 10 July 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/10

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/11

Blue Sky Boys: Capitol dubs #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/11

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/12

Blue Sky Boys: Capitol dubs, tape 2 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/12

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/13

Blue Sky Boys: Concert at University of Illinois, part 1, Champaign, Ill., 17 October 1964 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/13

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/14

Blue Sky Boys: Concert at University of Illinois, part 2, Champaign, Ill., 17 October 1964 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/14

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/15

Blue Sky Boys: Concert at University of Illinois, tape 1, Champaign, Ill., 17 October 1964 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/15

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/16

Blue Sky Boys: Concert at University of Illinois, tape 2, Champaign, Ill., 17 October 1964 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/16

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/17

Blue Sky Boys: Concert at University of Illinois, Bluebird recordings, various recordings, tape 9, Champaign, IL, 1936-1982 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/17

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/18

Blue Sky Boys: Echo Chamber by Roy Patterson, 1946-1950 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/18

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Songs recorded for RCA Victor

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/19

Blue Sky Boys: Home recordings sessions, 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/19

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/20

Blue Sky Boys: Practice tape, Nashville, Tenn., 1975 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/20

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/21

Blue Sky Boys: Practice tape #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/21

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/22

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 4, program 21 and 22, program 48, 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/22

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/23

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 5, program 33 and 34, program 43 and 44, October 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/23

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Tracks listed on box: "Death Is Only A Dream" (program 34), "Black Mountain Blues" (program 43, program 44)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/24

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 6, program 6 and 7, program 25, program 140, September 1946-March 1947 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/24

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Tracks listed on box: "Watching You," "Sally Goodwin," (programs 25 and 140), "As Long As I Live," "Leather Britches" (programs 6 and 7)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/25

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 7, program 28, 29, 36, and 37, October 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/25

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/26

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 10, program 39 and 46, October-November 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/26

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/27

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 11, program 41, 42, 45, 47, October-November 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/27

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/28

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 12, program 31, 32, 35, 40, October 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/28

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/29

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 13, program 136, 137, 138, 139 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/29

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/30

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 14, programs 49-52 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/30

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/31

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 15, program 3, 4, 49, 50, September-November 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/31

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/32

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 16, program 5 and 12, 12 September 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/32

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/33

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 17, program 11 and 30 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/33

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/34

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 18, program 23, 24, 26, 27, October 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/34

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/46

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 1, program 1-7, 11-12, 16-18, 25 September 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/46

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Jack Briscoe, Inc., Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/40

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 2, program 19-30, Toledo, Ohio; Atlanta, Ga., September-October 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/40

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Jack Briscoe, Inc., Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/41

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 3, program 31-38, Toledo, Ohio; Atlanta, Ga., 14-23 October 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/41

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Jack Briscoe, Inc., Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/42

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 4, program 39-46, Toledo, Ohio; Atlanta, Ga., October-November 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/42

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Jack Briscoe, Inc., Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/35

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 5, program 47-52, 136-137, Toledo, Ohio; Atlanta, Ga., 8 March 1982 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/35

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Jack Briscoe, Inc., Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/36

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 6, program 138-140, Bristol, Va., 1947-1949 18 December 1947 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/36

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Broadcast disc for WGST; Recorded in WCYB for early morning programs; Jack Briscoe, Inc., Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.; Includes Joe Tyson on fiddle

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/37

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 7, 18 March 1982 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/37

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/38

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 8, program 1-2, 18-19, September 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/38

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Willy's Overload Motors, Inc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/39

Blue Sky Boys: Radio transcriptions tape 8, Champaign, Ill., 1963-1964 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/39

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/43

Blue Sky Boys: StarDay dub session, Nashville, Tenn., August 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/43

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/44

Blue Sky Boys: StarDay main session, 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/44

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/45

Blue Sky Boys: StarDay religious, Nashville, Tenn., August 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/45

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/47

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 1 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/47

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Case labeled "Blue Sky Boys, Tape 1"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/48

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 2 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/48

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Case labeled "Blue Sky Boys, Tape 2"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/49

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 3 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/49

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Side 1: 1-14, "Just A Little Talk With Jesus", "The Lonesome Road Blues"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/50

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 9, 1946 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/50

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/51

Blue Sky Boys: Tape 11, transfers, 26 April 1982 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/51

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/52

Blue Sky Boys: Trios with Curly Parker, tape 1 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/52

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Side 1: "Girl I Left Behind Me"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/53

Blue Sky Boys: Various songs, Bluebird recordings, 78s #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/53

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/54

Bill Bolick: Banjo practice tape #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/54

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/55

Bill Bolick, Chuck Wagon Gang, 24 September 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/55

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/56

Bill Bolick: Mandolin practice tape, 1963-1975 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/56

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/57

Bill Bolick, miscellaneous old-time artists, tape 1, 20 March 1986 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/57

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/58

Bill Bolick: Possible transfers from 78s #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/58

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/59

Bill Bolick solos, Hugh Chapman practice tape, 1970 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/59

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/60

Billy Bolick, various artists, tape 2, 11 April 1986 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/60

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/61

Classic Country, tape 1 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/61

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/62

Cliff Carlisle and Carter Family, February 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/62

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/63

Cliff Carlisle and Sauceman Brothers, Carolina Tar Heel #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/63

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/64

Carter Family: Tape 1, old 78s #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/64

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/65

Carter Family: Tape 2, old 78s #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/65

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/66

Carter Family: Tape 3, old 78s #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/66

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/67

Karl Davis, 12 July 1982 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/67

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/68

Delmore Brothers: Tape 1, early recordings #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/68

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Tracks listed on box: "Alcatraz Island Blues," "Rambling Minded Blues"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/69

Delmore Brothers: Tape 2, early recordings, 78s, songs by A.P. Carter Family #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/69

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/70

Dixon Brothers with Frank Gerald and Ramblin' Duet #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/70

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/71

Dixon Brothers: Tape 2 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/71

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/72

Fiddlin' Arthur Smith and the Dixieliners: Rare old time fiddle tunes, 15 September 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/72

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/73

Kelly Harrell: Tape 1 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/73

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/74

Kelly Harrell: Tape 2 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/74

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/75

Kelly Harrell and David McCarn: Tape 3 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/75

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/76

Fred Isenor, October 1981 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/76

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/77

Karl and Harty: Tape 1, 23 March 1981 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/77

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/78

Mike Kolonel, Bill Bolick, "Great Names in Science", James Watt, February-October 1975 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/78

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/79

Ledford String Band, Carter Family, February 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/79

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/80

Louvin Brothers: Capitol and MGM recordings #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/80

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/81

Louvin Brothers, miscellaneous artists, Mac Odell, January 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/81

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Possibly from Mike Kolonel's collection

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/82

Uncle Dave Macon, August 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/82

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Possibly from Mike Kolonel's collection

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/83

Rodney McElrea, talking #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/83

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/84

Rodney McElrea, North Ireland songs #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/84

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Box labeled: "The Lawson Tragedy by The Country, The Carolina Buddies, Gentlemen, various artists and songs, Johnny Barfield and others, Darby and Tartleton, Little Bessie"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/85

Rodney McElrea, North Ireland, Little Bessie, Darby and Tarelton, 13 July 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/85

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/86

Donald Miller, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/86

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/87

Miscellaneous artists from Hugh Chapman to Bill Bolick, 29 April 1981 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/87

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Side 1: Lonnie and Thelma Robertson, Armstrong Twins, Buddy Starcher

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/88

Miscellaneous old-time artists, 1977 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/88

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/89

Monroe Brothers: Bluebird album, 1977 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/89

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/90

Morris Brothers, Cliff Carlisle, Cliff Carlisle, Molly O'Day, Gid Tanner, 1977 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/90

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/91

Ray and Ina Patterson: mandolin and guitar #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/91

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/92

Riley Puckett, Blue Grass Roy, Carter Family, tape 3, 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/92

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/93

Hank Spor, words by Hank #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/93

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/94

Pop Stoneman, Lake Howard, March 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/94

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/95

Ernest Tubb, various songs compiled by Bob Wood, 1977 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/95

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/96

Various artists and duet groups, 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/96

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel; Includes: Louvin Brothers

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/97

Various artists, 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/97

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Transferred by Bob Wood; Includes: Vernon Dalhart, Kenny Haddock

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/98

Various artists, May 1978 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/98

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Bob Wood; Includes: Bradley Kincaid, Whitney and Hogan, Burl Ives

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/99

Various artists, 20s-30s country, November 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/99

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/100

Various artists, September 1977 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/100

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/101

Various artists, tape 1 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/101

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel for Bill Bolick; Includes: Louvin Bros, Karl and Harty, Lilly Brothers, Burtchfield Brothers, Bailes Brothers, McCravy Brothers, Johnnie and Jack, Delmore Brothers, Mac and Bob, Ted Lundy, Doc Williams, Dewey Price"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/102

Various artists #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/102

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/103

Various artists, 1 July 1986 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/103

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/104

Various artists, 26 January 1971 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/104

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel; Includes: Bailes Brothers

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/105

Various artists #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/105

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Rodney McElrea

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/106

Various artists, 29 March 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/106

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel; Includes: Sam and Kirk McGee, Sam and Crook Brothers, Dave McCarn, Dave McCarn and Howard Long, Gwen Foster, How Many Biscuits, Tom Darby and Jimmy Tarlton

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/107

Various artists, October 1979 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/107

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Compiled by Mike Kolonel; Includes: McGee Brothers, Arthur Smith, Louvin Brothers

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/108

Various artists by Starday, tape 1, 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/108

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/109

Various artists by Starday, tape 2, 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/109

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/110

Various artists by Starday, tape 3, 1963 #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/110

1/4" Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20429/111

Various artists, textile songs #20429, Subseries: "1.2 Open Reel Audio, 1936-1986 and undated." FT-20429/111

1/4" Open Reel Audio

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3 Documentation, 1936-1976 and undated.

About 75 items.

Arrangement: by audio recording call number.

Processing information: Documentation has been annotated with the call number of corresponding audio recording.

Documentation consists of track listings and memos found with open reel audio recordings in subseries 1.2.

Box 1

Documentation: FT-20429/1-111 #20429, Subseries: "1.3 Documentation, 1936-1976 and undated." Box 1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated.

About 155 items.

Arrangement: In order as received. Individual boxes arranged alphabetically.

Processing information: Titles and descriptions provided by the donor and SFC staff.

Christian hymnals and radio program song books compiled by Bill Bolick and his family. Some books are annotated with family names or the "Blue Sky Boys".

Box 2

Best Revival Songs. Albert C. Fisher, ed. Nashville, Tennessee: Cokesbury Press. 1924 #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Centennial Songs of Texas 1836-1936. Compiled and edited by Virgil O. Stamps. Dallas, Texas: Stamps-Baxter Music Company. 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

The Complete Church Hymnal. By A. R. Walton, H. F. Morris, and J. M. Henson. Atlanta, Georgia; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Morris-Henson Company. 1925 (2 copies) #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Crimson Glory. W. Lee Higgins, ed. Dalton, Georgia: A. J. Showalter Co. 1939 #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Crystal Rays. Jacksonville, Texas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: Stamps-Baxter Music Co. 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Day School Singer. By Charlie D. Tillman. Atlanta, Georgia: Charlie Tillman Songbook Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Dew Drops. Theodore Sisk, ed. Toccoa, Georgia: Sisk Music Co. 1933 #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Crowning Hymns No. 10. Atlanta, Georgia: Morris Henson Company; Little Rock, Arkansas: Central Music Co.; Dallas, Texas: Lincoln’s New Songland Co. 1930. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Crowning Hymns No. 12. Atlanta, Georgia; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Morris-Henson Company. 1931. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

The Duke of Paducah’s Joke Book: These Shoes are Killin’ Me. By The Duke of Paducah. New #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Exalted Praise. By Will H. Ruebush, Samuel W. Beazley, James H. Ruebush, G.L. Shirley, Curtis Taylor, and Julius S. Rushing. Dayton, Virginia: Ruebush-Kieffer Co. 1924. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Favorite Radio Gems. R. E. Winsett, ed. Dayton, Tennessee: Winsett’s Songs. 1945. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Favorite Songs. Atlanta, Georgia; Little Rock, Arkansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Morris-Henson Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Favorite Songs No. 2. Atlanta, Georgia; Little Rock, Arkansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Morris-Henson Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Gospel Choruses. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1939. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Gospel Message in Song No. 1. Atlanta, Georgia: Watson Sorrow and Sons. 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Gospel Tidings. Emmett S. Dean and Jas. W. Gaines, eds. Waco, Texas: Trio Music Company. 1921. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Happy Praises. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1938. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Heart Beats of Heaven. Cleveland, Tennessee: Tennessee Music and Printing Co.1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Heartfelt Songs. Toccoa, Georgia: Sisk Music Co. 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Heaven’s Message. Toccoa, Georgia: Sisk Music Co. 1937. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Heavenly Songs. Atlanta, Georgia: J. M. Henson Music Co. no date. (2 copies) #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Heavenly Sunlight. Dayton, Tennessee: R. E. Winsett. 1948. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

John Daniel Quartet, Songbook Number 2. Nashville, Tennessee: John Daniel and WSM. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Joy Bells of Glory. R. E. Winsett, ed. Chattanooga, Tennessee: R. E. Winsett. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Look and Live. George W. Bacon, ed. Hudson, North Carolina: Teachers Music Publishing Company. 1928. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Melodies of Zion. A. L. Byers and B. E. Warren, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company. 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Music That Wins. George W. Bacon, ed. Hudson, North Carolina: Teachers Music Publishing Company. 1921. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

New Baptist Hymnal. Nashville, Tennessee: Broadman Press. 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

New Cokesbury Hymnal. Charles C. Washburn, ed. Nashville, Tennessee: The Cokesbury Press. 1928. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

New Perfect Praise. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1920. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Our Bells of Heaven. Laurel, Mississippi: R. N. Grisham. No date. (2 copies) #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Pearly Gates. Dallas, Texas; Pangburn, Arkansas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing and Co., Inc. 1940. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Perfect Praise. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan. 1904. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Pleasures of Heaven. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan. 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Praise Evangel. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1919. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Rainbows of Love. Toccoa, Georgia: Sisk Music Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Red and Raymonds Song Book. Compiled by the Red Headed Briarhopper and his Yodeling Son Raymond. WCKY, Kentucky. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Redemption Songs. Compiled by Mr. and Mrs. John T. Benson. Nashville, Tennessee: Pentecostal Mission Publishing Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Reformation Glory. Compiled by H. A. Sherwood, C. W. Naylor, F. G. Smith, H. C. Clause, J., Grant Anderson. A. L. Byers and B. E. Warren, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company. 1923. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

The Revival No. 2. Atlanta, Georgia; Cincinnati, Ohio; Kansas City, Missouri: Charlie D. Tillman Publisher. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Revival Echoes No. 3. By W. M. Weekley, J. H. Ruebush, and J. H. Hall. Dayton, Virginia: Ruebush-Kieffer Co. 1905 #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Sacred Song Album. Compiled by Delmore Brothers and Wayne Raney. Albert Brumley and, Sons Music Publishers. Powell, Missouri. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Scelta Songs. Hudson, North Carolina: Teachers Music Publishing Company. 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Select Hymns. B. E. Warren, A. L. Byers, Clara M. Brooks, and D. O. Teasley, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Co. 1911. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

The Shining Way. Dalton, Georgia; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Texarkana, Arkansas-Texas: A. J. Showalter Co. 1924. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Smokey and Mary’s Radio Favorites. Smokey May and the Oklahoma Ramblers. Powell, Missouri: Albert E. Brumley and Sons Music Publishers. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs for Jesus, Old and New. By Frank M. Graham. Greensboro, Georgia: Frank M. Graham. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs of Grace and Glory. A. L. Byers, D. O. Teasley, and H. C. Clausen, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company. 1918. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs of Joy and Gladness. By Samuel Seranus Plank. Atlanta, Georgia: S. S. Plank Music Company. No date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs of Life and Light. By Hall and Ruebush. Dayton, Virginia: The Ruebush-Kieffer Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs of Praise No. 4. Atlanta, Georgia; Little Rock, Arkansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Morris-Henson Co. 1935. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs of Praise No. 5. Atlanta, Georgia; Little Rock, Arkansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Morris-Henson Co. 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Songs of the Morning. Atlanta, Georgia: J. M. Henson Music Co.; Saltillo, Mississippi: Stanley Gardner Co. no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Soul Inspiring Songs. R. E. Winsett, ed. Graysville, Tennessee: R. E. Winsett. 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Sunlit Way. Dallas, Texas; Pangburn, Arkansas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co., Inc. 1947. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Telling Jesus. Hudson, North Carolina: Teachers Music Publishing Company. 1922. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Temple Bells. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1921. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Thankful Hearts. Dallas, Texas; Pangburn, Arkansas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: Stamps-Baxter Music Company. 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Trumpets of Jubilee. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Victory Voices. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan Music Publisher. 1930. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Virgil O’ Stamps’ Radio Song Album. Dallas, Texas; Pangburn Arkansas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: The Stamps-Baster Music Co., 1937. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

[cover missing] hymns #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

[cover missing] hymns #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

[cover missing] hymns #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

[cover missing] hymns #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

[cover missing] hymns #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

[cover missing] hymns #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 2

Box 3

Awakening Praises. James D. Vaughan, ed. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan, ca. 1928. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Bells of Bethlehem. Emmett S. Dean, ed. Waco, Texas; Memphis, Tennessee: The Trio Music Company, 1920. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

BMI Hymnal. New York: Broadcast Music, Inc., 1940. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The Complete Church Hymnal. Atlanta: The Morris Henson Co., 1925. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Crowning Hymns, No. 4. Easley, South Carolina: McD. Weams; Atlanta: Homer F. Morris, 1924. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Crowning Hymns, No. 5. Atlanta: The Southern Music Plate Co., 1925. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Crowning Praises No. 2. Easley, South Carolina: McD. Weams, 1928. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The Evening Light and Salvation Echoes. Barney E. Warren and Andrew L. Byers, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, 1897. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Exalted Praise. Dayton, Virginia: The Ruebush-Kieffer Co., 1924. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Favorite Hymns. J.E. Strugis, ed. Cincinnati: The Standard Publishing Company, 1933. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Virgil O. Stamp’s Favorite Radio Songs. Dallas; Pangburn, Arkansas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: The Stamps-Baxter Music Co., 1937. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Glory Songs. Will H. Ruebush, Samuel W. Beazley, and James H. Ruebush. Dayton, Virginia: The Ruebush-Kieffer Co., 1916. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Glory Waves No. 2. Atlanta: The J.M. Henson Music Co., 1938. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The Golden Book of Favorite Songs. Revised and enlarged. Chicago: Hall and McCreary Company, no date. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Golden Chords. Lenoir, North Carolina: The Teachers Music Publishing Company, 1912. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Gospel Glory. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, ca. 1935. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Gospel Glory No. 2. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, ca. 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Gospel Voices. D.E. Dortch. Charlotte, North Carolina: C.H. Robinson and Co., ca. 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

His Praise Anew. A.L. Byers, ed. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Life and Service Hymns. Bentley D. Ackley, ed. Richmond, Virginia: Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1917. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The Methodist Hymnal. Nashville; Dallas; Richmond, Virginia: Publishing House Methodist Episcopal Church, South; Lamar and Barton, Agents, 1922. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The New Cokesbury Hymnal. Charles C. Washburn, ed. Nashville: The Cokesbury Press, 1928. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The Old Story in Song. Arthur S. Magann, Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, H.L. Gilmour, eds. Philadelphia; Fairbury, Illinois: The Praise Publishing Co., 1906. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The One Hundred and One Best Songs. Revised 34th edition. Chicago: The Cable Company, ca. 1913. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Our Redeemer’s Praise. Fort Worth, Texas; Tupelo, Mississippi: The Quartet Music Company, ca. 1914. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Our Savior’s Praise. Fayetteville, Georgia: C.R. Mullins; Newnan, Georgia: J.H. Lipscomb; Bremen, Georgia: C.M. Doster; Carrollton, Georgia: G.W. Fleming, ca. 1917. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Premier Hymns. R.E. Magill and B.D. Ackley, eds. Richmond, Virginia: The Onward Press, 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Revival Gems, No. 2. Chicago: Samuel W. Beazley and Son, 1927. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Revival Gems, No. 3. Chicago: Samuel W. Beazley and Son, 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Revival Songs. Robert H. Coleman, ed. Dallas: Robert H. Coleman, 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Revival Wave Songs. G.E. Wright, ed. , Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, ca. 1926. (2 copies) #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The Service Song Book. Seventh edition. Clarence A. Barbour, ed. New York: Association Press, 1917. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Sing Unto Him, ca. 1930. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Singing on The Way. Atlanta; Little Rock; Oklahoma City: The Morris-Henson Co., 1934. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Sociability Songs. Homer A. Rodeheaver, ed. Chicago and Philadelphia: The Rodeheaver-Hall-Mack Co., 1928. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Song Heart Thrills. Flavil Hall. Portland, Indiana: Flavil Hall, 1932. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Songs of Light. Mrs. J.H. Hadaway. Glenville, North Carolina: Rev. and Mrs. J.H. Hadaway, 1947. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Songs of the Sanctuary. Haldor Lillenas, ed. Kansas City: Lillenas Publishing Company, ca. 1946. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Soul Inspiring Songs. R.E. Winslett, ed. Graysville, Tennessee: R.E. Winslett, 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Soul-Stirring Melodies. Dalton, Georgia: The A. J. Showalter Company; Dallas: The Showalter-Patton Co., 1905. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Sparkling Gems. Virgil O. Stamps and J.R. Baxter, Jr. Jacksonville, Texas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: The Stamps-Baxter Music Co., 1928. [cover missing]. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Sparkling Songs. W. Lee Higgins, ed. Dalton, Georgia: The A. J. Showalter Company, 1939. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Spiritual Life Songs. Harry P. Armstrong, ed. Nashville: The Cokesbury Press, 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Spiritual Life Songs. Harry P. Armstrong, ed. Nashville: The Cokesbury Press, 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Sweet Heaven. James D. Vaughan, ed. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan, ca. 1933. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Tabernacle Hymns, No. 3. Chicago: Tabernacle Publishing Company, 1934. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Triumphant Service Songs. Homer Redeheaver, ed. Nashville; Dallas; Richmond, Virginia; San Francisco: Methodist Publishing House, 1934. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Truth in Song. B.E. Warren, A.L. Byers, C.E. Hunter, and D.O. Teasley, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, 1907. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Visions of Glory. Toccoa, Georgia: The Sisk Music Co., 1935. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Waves of Glory. R.E. Winslett, ed. Chattanooga, Tennessee: R.E. Winslett, 1925. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Winning Praise. Geo. W. Sebern, ed. Asheville, North Carolina: The Sebern Music Co., 1925. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

The World Evangel, ca. 1913. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 3- no. 145, ca. 1937. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing, miscellaneous pages stapled together, many torn away] #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 67-Responsive Readings no. 279, ca. 1924. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 5-No. 221, ca. 1907. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. Hymnal. No. 49-633, indices. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 37-no. 286, ca. 1921. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 11-Memory verses, ca. 1917. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 3-no. 239, ca. 1939. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

[cover missing]. No. 11-no. 185, ca. 1910. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 3

Box 4

Abiding Songs. Nashville: The Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1936. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Bells of Heaven. James D. Vaughan, ed. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan, 1930. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

The Complete Church Hymnal. Atlanta: The Morris Henson Co., 1925. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Crowning Hymns, No. 9. Atlanta: The Morris-Henson Co., 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Glory Chimes. James D. Vaughan, ed. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan, 1934. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Glory Songs. Emmett S. Dean and Jas. W. Gaines, eds. Waco, Texas; Memphis, Tennessee: The Trio Music Company, 1922. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Heavenly Songs. Atlanta: The J.M. Henson Music Co., ca. 1938. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Melodies of Zion. A.L. Byers and B.E. Warren, eds. Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, 1926. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Music Waves. O.A. Parris, ed. Jasper, Alabama: Parris Music Company, 1937. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

New Perfect Praise. James D. Vaughan, ed. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee: James D. Vaughan, 1920. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

New Songs of the Gospel, Numbers 1, 2, and 3 Combined. Philadelphia: Hall-Mack Co., 1909. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Praise the King. Dalton, Georgia: The A. J. Showalter Company, 1916. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Revival Gems, Number Three. Chicago: Samuel W. Beazley and Son, 1929. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Revival Showers. Atlanta; Little Rock: The Morris-Henson Co., ca. 1932. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Revival Wave Songs. G.E. Wright, ed. , Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, ca. 1926. (2 copies) #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Songs of Faith. Nashville: The Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1933. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Songs of Redeeming Love. Saltillo, Mississippi: The Stanley-Gardner Company, Little Rock: The Central Music Company, 1911. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Songs We Sing. Chicago: Hall and McCreary Co., 1940. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

Tuneful Praise. Dallas; Chattanooga, Tennessee: The Stamps-Baxter Music Co., 1932. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

[cover missing]. No. 6-back cover. Atlanta; Oklahoma City: The Morris-Henson Co., ca. 1930. #20429, Series: "2. Hymnals and Song Books, 1897-1947 and undated." Box 4

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Processed by: Anne Wells, Emma Evans, September 2018

Encoded by: Anne Wells, September 2018

Archival processing of the Bill Bolick Collection was made possible through a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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