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Collection Number: 20323

Collection Title: Johnson Family Singers Collection (#20323)1943-1997

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Size About 250 items (2.0 linear feet)
Abstract Kenneth M. Johnson (1928-) of Randolph County, N.C., along with his father Jesse ("Pa"), mother Lydia ("Ma"), sister Betty, and twin brothers Bob and Jim, formed the gospel and popular music singing group the Johnson Family Singers. The collection includes radio scripts, sound recordings, and video recordings documenting the musical careers of the Johnson Family Singers and Betty Johnson. Radio scripts include 158 scripts from WBT radio shows in Charlotte, N.C., 1943-1965, in which the Johnson Family Singers performed. Sound recordings include non-commercial recordings on acetate and transcription discs, as well as commercial 45s, 78s, LPs, and compact discs. Transcription discs record the Johnsons' appearances on WBT and Larry Walker's performances on the Margaret Ann Show. 45 rpm records, 78 rpm records, and LP records contain original commercial releases by the Johnson Family Singers, Betty Johnson, and the Stumphole Trio. Compact discs include a release of radio performances by the Johnsons that accompanied Kenneth Johnson's The Johnson Family Singers: We Sang For Our Supper (1997). Video recordings document several of Betty Johnson's appearances on Eddy Arnold Time and the Johnson Family Singers' Ed Sullivan Show performances.
Creator Johnson Family Singers.
Language English.
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Provenance
Received from Kenneth M. Johnson of Lake Junaluska, N.C., on 17 October 2000 (Acc. 98770).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Kenneth Marshall ("Red") Johnson was born in Randolph County, N.C., on 11 February 1928. Kenneth, along with his father Jesse Deverin ("Pa") Johnson, mother Lydia Florence Craven ("Ma"), sister Betty, and twin brothers Bob and Jim, formed the Johnson Family Singers, a gospel and popular music singing group.

Jesse Johnson taught his family to read music through shape-note notation. The family attended music schools of the leading gospel song publishers of the day: the Vaughan School of Music in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and the Stamps-Baxter School of Music in Dallas, Tex. Jesse Johnson worked in a variety of different jobs, and the family often moved. In 1940, the Johnson Family Singers appeared at a singing convention in the old Armory Auditorium in Charlotte, N.C. The appearance led to an invitation to sing on WBT radio, a 50,000-watt CBS affiliate in Charlotte. The Johnson Family Singers became staff singers on WBT. It was at WBT that they met pianist and singer Larry Walker, who introduced them to popular music and accompanied them on air. The family also traveled around the Carolinas making appearances at schools, churches, conventions, singings, and rallies.

Through a chance meeting with the station manager of WTOP, Jesse Johnson secured an audition with Columbia record producers Art Satherly and Don Law. From 1946 to 1952, the Johnsons recorded a total of 52 songs for Columbia Records. The family later recorded for RCA Victor in the 1950s.

Betty Johnson left the group in 1952 to pursue a singing career on her own. She made several solo appearances on Jack Paar's Tonight Show and the Ed Sullivan Show. It was her connection with Sullivan that led to the family's appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1958. In addition to television appearances, Betty Johnson recorded a number of singles and LP records.

Kenneth Johnson was graduated from Davidson College in 1952 and entered the Methodist ministry. On Thanksgiving Day 1951, he married Evelyn Guyton. Together they had five children: Martha Lynn, Kenneth, Jr., Robin, Wesley, and Christopher. In 1997, Kenneth published The Johnson Family Singers: We Sang For Our Supper. Kenneth M. Johnson retired from the United Methodist Church and lives in Lake Junaluska, N.C.

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The Johnson Family Singers collection includes radio scripts, sound recordings, and video recordings documenting the musical careers of the Johnson Family Singers and Betty Johnson.

Radio scripts include 158 scripts from WBT radio shows, 1943-1965, in which the Johnson Family Singers performed.

Sound recordings include non-commercial recordings on acetate and transcription discs, as well as commercial 45s, 78s, LPs, and compact discs. Transcription discs record the Johnsons' appearances on WBT and Larry Walker's performances on the Margaret Ann Show. 45 rpm records, 78 rpm records, and LP records contain original commercial releases by the Johnson Family Singers, Betty Johnson, and the Stumphole Trio. Compact discs include a release of radio performances by the Johnsons that accompanied Kenneth Johnson's The Johnson Family Singers: We Sang For Our Supper (1997).

Video recordings document several of Betty Johnson's appearances on Eddy Arnold Time and the Johnson Family Singers' Ed Sullivan Show performances.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Radio Scripts, 1943-1965.

158 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

One binder of 158 radio scripts from radio shows on which the Johnson Family Singers performed, 1943-1965.

Folder 1

Radio scripts #20323, Series: "1. Radio Scripts, 1943-1965." Folder 1

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87 items.

Sound recordings include non-commercial recordings on acetate and transcription discs, as well as commercial recordings on 45 rpm records, 78 rpm records, LP records, and compact discs. Transcription discs record the Johnson Family Singers appearances on WBT radio, as well as Larry Walker's performances on the Margaret Ann Show. 45 rpm records, 78 rpm records, and LP records contain original commercial releases by the Johnson Family Singers, Betty Johnson, and the Stumphole Trio. Compact discs include a release of radio performances by the Johnsons that accompanied Kenneth Johnson's The Johnson Family Singers: We Sang For Our Supper (1997).

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40 items

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

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33 items.

TR-32: Johnson Family Signers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: 25 July 1945 [KJ1]; Side 2: Broadcast: 30 July 1945 [KJ2]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Sweetheart of All My Dreams," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "I'm Gonna Take a Ride," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "In the Shadow of the Cross," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "Sweet Sue," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "Apple Blossom Time," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "The Old Gospel Ship," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "Rosemary," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:4. "Precious Memories," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:5. "When You Wore a Tulip," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-33: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. Announcer: Lee Krirby. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: 24 August 1947 [KJ3]; Side 2: Broadcast: 31 August 1947 [KJ4]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I Feel Like Traveling On." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "How Beautiful Heaven Must Be." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "He Loves Me So." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "Won't It Be Wonderful There." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "Bright Mansions." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-34: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: 1 November 1947 [KJ5]; Side 2: Larry Walker and the Johnson Family Singers: Broadcast: 1 November 1947 [KJ13]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Showers and Blessings," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Dip Your Soul in God's Sunshine," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Are You Washed in the Blood?" Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "Just Around the Corner," Betty Johnson and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "Where We'll Never Grow Old," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-35: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. Announcer: Lee Kirby. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 14 November 1948 [KJ6]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I'll Meet You in the Morning." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Just a Little Talk with Jesus." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "The Haven of Rest." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-36: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: 28 November 1948 [KJ7]; Side 2: Broadcast: April 1948 [KJ8]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Life's Evening Sun." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "When I Take My Vacation Home." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "Standing on the Promises." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "I Would Like to Go Back." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "How Wonderful Heaven Must Be." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-37: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 12 March 1950 [KJ9]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Land of the Setting Sun." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Just to Know Him Is to Love Him." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "At Evening." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-38: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 19 March 1950 [KJ10]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Are You Washed in the Blood?." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight?" #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Sweet Hour of Prayer." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-39: Hymn Time, Johnson Family Singers. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 26 March 1950 [KJ11]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "The Lord Is There." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "We Are Going Down the Valley." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Jesus Is Living in Me." #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-4: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. Announcer: Lee Kirby. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 24 December 1945 [KJ12]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 2:1. "When You Wore a Tulip," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "Did You Ever Get That Feeling in the Moonlight," Betty Johnson and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "Where Could I Go," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-40: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: 20 December 1947 [KJ14]; Side 2: Renfro Valley Breakfast Party: Broadcast: 18 December 1947. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "When the White Azaleas Start Blooming," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbing Along," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "A Shut-In's Prayer," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. Renfro Valley Breakfast Party. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-41: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: 1 June 1948 [KJ15]; Side 2: Broadcast: 2 June 1948 [KJ16]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I've Got a Feeling," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Nice Work If You Can Get It," Betty Johnson and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Heartbreaker," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "It's a Good Day," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "I'm Jealous of the One I Love," Betty Johnson and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "Grandfather's Clock," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-42: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 3 January 1949 [KJ17]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "How Do You Do," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Silver Threads Among the Gold," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Keep On the Sunny Side," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-43: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 12 August 1949 [KJ18]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Someday," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "He Said If I Be Lifted Up," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-44: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 7 September 1949 [KJ19]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "If I Had My Way," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Up a Lazy River," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "I've Been Listening In On Heaven," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-45: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 8 September 1949 [KJ20]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Just a Song at Twilight," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "When We're Alone," Betty Johnson and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Give the World a Song," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-46: Johnson Family Singers and Larry Walker. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Side 1: Broadcast: March 1950 [KJ21]; Side 2: Broadcast: 24 March 1950 [KJ22]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "A Smile Goes a Long, Long Way," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Sunday Morning in Dixie," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Holy Be Thy Name," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "Side By Side," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "Million Dollar Baby," Betty Johnson and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-47: Down Home with the Johnson Family Singers. CBS Side 1: Broadcast: 14 April 1945 [KJ23]; Side 2: Broadcast: 15 April 1945 [KJ24]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "We Will Stand By the Red, White and Blue," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Farther Along," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Hand in Hand with Jesus," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Old Rugged Cross," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "No Tears in Heaven," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "In the Shadow of the Cross," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "Softly and Tenderly," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:3. "Precious Memories," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:4. "I'll Meet You in the Morning," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:5. "Tomorrow May Mean Goodbye," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-5: Fun by the Fireside, Part 1 of 2. Announcer: Fletcher Austin. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 7 December 1948 [KJ25A]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Alabamy Bound," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "My Darlin'," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "A Little Bit of Ireland," Danny Malone. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Estrellita," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. Instrumental medley for piano, organ, and guitar, Larry Walker, Clarence Etters, and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-6: Fun by the Fireside, Part 2 of 2. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 7 December 1948 [KJ25B]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Far Away Places," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Margie," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Peggy O'Neal," Danny Malone. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Oh, Johnny," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "Linda," Clarence Etters. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:6. "Sweet Georgia Brown (instrumental)," Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:7. "Just My Bill," Pat Walker and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:8. "Sweet Sue," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:9. "For It Was Mary," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-7: Fun by the Fireside, Part 1 of 2. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. Broadcast: 27-28 December 1948 [KJ26A]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Swannee," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "A Pretty Girl," Johnson Family Singers and Danny Malone. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Tea for Two," Pat Walker and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "What Are You Doing New Years Eve," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. Instrumental, Larry Walker, Clarence Etters, and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-8: Fun by the Fireside, Part 2 of 2. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. 27 December 1948 [KJ26B]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Moonlight and Roses," Pat Walker and Danny Malone. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "When You Wish Upon a Star," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Starlight, Star Bright," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "You Are My Lucky Star," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "I Told Every Little Star," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:6. "When You Wish Upon a Star," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:7. "A Star Fell Out of Heaven," Danny Malone. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:8. "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:9. "I Saw Stars", Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:10. "Starlight, Star Bright," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:11. "The Star Will Remember," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:12. "When You Wish Upon a Star," Danny Malone. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:13. "Stardust," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:14. "When You Wish Upon a Star," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-9: Fun By the Fireside. WBT, Charlotte, N.C. ca. 1948. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1. "O Give Me Something To Remember You By," Johnson Family Singers and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-10: Quaker Oats. Announcer: Grady Cole. CBS No. 30. [KJ27]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I Feel Like Shouting," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Little Eyes, I Love You," Pa Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Bob Johnson, and Jim Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Farther Along," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?" Betty Johnson and Kenneth Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "On Moonlight Bay," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-11: Quaker Oats. Announcer: Grady Cole. CBS No. 35 [KJ28]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "He Is Calling," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Telling My Troubles to My Old Guitar," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "When It's Lamp Lighting Time in the Valley," Pa Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Bob Johnson, and Jim Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "In the Land of the Unsetting Sun," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-12: Quaker Oats. Announcer: Grady Cole. CBS No. 37 [KJ29]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I Know I Have Religion," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Polly Wolly Doodle," Pa Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Bob Johnson, and Jim Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Lead Me On," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Candy and Cake," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "Did You Ever Go Sailing?" Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-13: Quaker Oats. Announcer: Grady Cole. CBS No. 42 [KJ30]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "There are Smiles," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Billie Boy," Betty Johnson and Kenneth Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "I'd Like to Feel at Home," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Boots and Saddles," Betty Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Bob Johnson, and Jim Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "What Kind of Church Would My Church Be?" Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-14: Quaker Oats. Announcer: Grady Cole. CBS No. 66. Broadcast: June 1951 [KJ31]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "In Paradise Valley," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Up a Lazy River," Johnson Family Singers featuring Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "You've Gotta Walk That Long, Lonesome Road," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "I'm Throwing Rice," Pa Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Bob Johnson, and Jim Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "Dear Ole Daddy," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-15: Quaker Oats. Announcer: Grady Cole. CBS No. 68. Broadcast: June 1951 [KJ32]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "The Stars and Stripes Forever," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "When the Zephyrs of Heaven Shall Fan Me to Sleep," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Dig a Little Deeper," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Deliverance Will Come," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "Sing, Neighbor, Sing," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-16: Saturday Down South. Announcer: Kurt Webster. CBS Broadcast: ca. 1947 [KJ33]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "When You Wore a Tulip," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Pretty Kitty Kelly," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Father Along," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Sunday Morning in Dixie," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "There's a Goldmine in the Sky," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-17: Saturday Down South. Announcer: Kurt Webster. CBS, Broadcast: ca. 1947 [KJ34]; Side 2: Lum and Abner Program. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Apple Blossom Time," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "Sentimental Journey," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Cabin in the Valley of the Pines," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "The Old Rugged Cross," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "Swing Wide Yo' Golden Gates," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. Lum and Abner. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-18: The Song's for You, Part 1 of 2. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: 11 September 1949 [KJ35]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "If I Could Be With You," Chris. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "I'm In the Mood For Love," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "Maybe It's Because," Betty Johnson and Chris. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Stars in My Eyes," Clarence Etters. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-19: The Song's for You, Part 1 of 2. WBT, Charlotte N.C.Broadcast: 18 September 1949 [KJ36]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Where Are You?" Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:2. "There Must Be a Way," Chris. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:3. "You Came to Me From Out of Nowhere," Clarence Etters. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:4. "Love is a Beautiful Thing," Betty Johnson and Chris. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 1:5. "I'm Confessing That I Love You," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,

TR-20: Columbia 20098 and 20369. Broadcast: 1 April 1946 [KJ37/38]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I'll Reap My Harvest in Heaven," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:1. "Cabin in the Valley of the Pines," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
Side 2:2. "Wait For the Light to Shine," Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.1. Johnson Family Singers.,
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6 items.

TR-21: Margaret Ann Show. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: 29-30 November 1944 [KJ39/40]. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Sweet and Lovely," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:2. "The Day After Forever," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:3. "Sweet and Lovely," Instrumental. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:4. "Look for the Silver Lining," Pat Walker and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:5. "If That's the Way You Want It," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:1. "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:2. "A Prayer by J. B. Clark," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:3. "You've Got to Walk That Long, Lonesome Road," Johnson Family Singers with Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:4. "The White Cliffs of Dover," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:5. "I'm Just a Stowaway," Johnson Family Singers, Pat Walker, and Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,

TR-22: Margaret Ann Show. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: 1-2 December 1944. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Love is Just Around the Corner," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:2. "Those Things Money Can't Buy," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:3. "My Future Just Passed," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:4. "A Poem by Rose McCauley," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:5. "You Started Me Dreaming," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:1. "Tea For Two," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:2. "All By Myself," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:3. "For Me and My Gal," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:4. "Christmas Dreaming," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:5. "Bicycle Built for Two," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,

TR-23: Margaret Ann Show. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: 12-13 December 1944. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Coffee and Cakes," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:2. "Just an Old Love of Mine," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:3. "I Don't Know Why," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:1. "My Melancholy Baby," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:2. "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:3. "It Had to be You," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:4. "So Far," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,

TR-24: Margaret Ann Show. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: ca. 1944. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Pretty Baby," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:2. "Stars Will Remember," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:3. "Someone to Watch Over Me," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:4. "On the Other Side of the Rainbow," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:1. "Paradise Valley," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:2. "Exactly Like You," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:3. "Once in a While," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:4. "Sunday, Monday and Always," Larry Walker and Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,

TR-25: Margaret Ann Show. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: 23-24 November 1949. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "I Believe in Miracles," Larry Walker and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:2. "I Love You," Larry Walker, Pat Walker, and Larry Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:3. "When It's Sleepy Time Down South," Larry Walker and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:4. "My Own, My Only, My All," Larry Walker, Pat Walker, and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:1. "It's a Good Day," Larry Walker, Pat Walker, and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:2. "Back Home Thanksgiving Day," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:3. "A Poem By Larry Walker," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:4. "Thanksgiving," Larry Walker, Pat Walker, and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:5. "If That's the Way You Want It, Baby," Larry Walker and Arthur Smith. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:6. "A Prayer By Pat Walker," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,

TR-26: Margaret Ann Show. WBT, Charlotte N.C. Broadcast: 30-31 December 1949. #20323, Subseries: "2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show." Folder 1

Side 1:1. "Somewhere in the Night," Pat Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:2. "Woodchoppers' Ball," Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:3. "Carolina Calling," Larry Walker with Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 1:4. "Bicycle Built For Two," Larry Walker and Pat Walker with Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:1. "You Came Along From Out of Nowhere," Pat Walker with Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:2. "Lime House Blues," Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:3. "Tossing All My Troubles to the Moon," Larry Walker. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
Side 2:4. "Tea For Two," Larry Walker and Margaret Ann with Arthur Smith and the Crackerjacks. #20323, Subseries 2. Sound Recordings, 1944-1997. 2.2. Transcription Discs, 1944-1951. 2.2.2. Margaret Ann Show.,
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30 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

45-8588: Atlantic 45-1169. "Winter In Miami"/"The Little Blue Man," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8589: Atlantic 45-1186. "Dream"/"How Much," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8590: Atlantic 45-1193. "Mr. Brown Is Out of Town"/"There's Never Been a Night," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8591: Atlantic 45-2002. "Hoopa Hoola"/"One More Time," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8592: Atlantic 45-2009. "I Want a Good Home For My Cat"/"You Can't Get To Heaven On Rollerskates", Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8593: Atlantic 45-2019. "Does Your Heart Beat for Me"/"You and Only You," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8594: Atlantic 45-2039. "The Lonely Willow Tree"/"Waltz Me Around," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8595: Atlantic 45-2056. "Fantastic"/"You Don't Care a Rowboat," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8596: Atlantic OS-13146 "The Little Blue Man," Betty Johnson/"Lucky Lips," Ruth Brown. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8597: Bally 7-1000. "I'll Wait"/"Please Tell Me Why," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8598: Bally 7-1005. "Honky Tonk Rock"/"Say It Ain't So, Joe," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8599: Bally 7-1013. "Clay Idol"/"Why Do You Cry," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8600: Bally 7-1020. "If It's Wrong To Love You"/"I Dreamed", Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8601: Bally 7-1033. "1492"/"Little White Lies," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8602: Bally 7-1041. "I'm Beginning To Wonder"/"The Song You Heard When You Fell In Love," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8603: Bell 1031. "Cross Over the Bridge," Betty Johnson and Three Beaus and a Peep/"I Get So Lonely," Anne Lloyd and the Carillons. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8604: Bell 1054. "This is the Thanks I Get"/"I Need to Know," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8605: Bell 1074. "Make Yourself Comfortable"/"All of You," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8606: Columbia B11772 [Extended Play]. "Faith of Our Fathers Vol. 2," Johnson Family Singers featuring Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8607: Dot 45-16127. "Slipping Around"/"One Has My Heart, the Other Has My Name," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8608: RCA Victor 47-6034. "Be a Lover"/"Seven Pretty Dreams," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8609: RCA Victor 47-6243. "Shifting, Whispering Sands Part 1"/"Shifting, Whispering Sands Part 2", Johnson Family Singers. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8610: RCA Victor 47-6268. "Beginner's Luck"/"I'm a Sinner", Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8611: RCA Victor 47-6756. "May God Be With You"/"You Take Your Road," Johnson Family Singers #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8612: RCA Victor 47-8143. "Ginny's Got a Phone"/"Betty's Bossa Nova," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8613: Republic 2011."Depend On Me"/"I Don't Want To Go To Sleep Tonight," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8614: Republic 2017. "Let Me Be the One"/"Only When I Dream," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8615: Republic 2025. "Why, Why?"/"How Do You Tell Your Heart," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8616: World Artists WA-1014. "Wednesday's Child"/"What's the Matter, Little Girl," Betty Johnson. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

45-8617: Cee Bee EP-1001. "Sioux City Sue", "I'll Never Let You Cry", "I Love You Best of All", "Down the River of Golden Dreams," The Stumphole Trio. #20323, Subseries: "2.3. 45 rpm Records, 1950-1975." Folder 1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. 78 rpm Records, 1946-1952.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.5. LP Records, 1950-1975.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.6. Compact Discs, 1997.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Video Recordings, 1955-1958.

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Items separated include an acetate disc (FD-715), transcription discs (TR-4-TR-26; TR-32-TR-47), 45 rpm records (45-8588-8617), 78 rpm records (78-18323-18329), LP records (FC-13207-13216) and video recordings (VT-20323/1-4).

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