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Collection Number: 20055

Collection Title: Barbara Lau Collection, 1979-2004

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Size 1.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1980 items)
Abstract Barbara Lau (1958- ), folklorist and program coordinator, has studied African-American shape-note singing groups in the midwest, coordinated the 1983 Shape-Note Singing Reunion in St. Louis, Mo., and documented the 1983 and 1984 Ohio-Indiana-Michigan Vocal Singing Conventions. While doing graduate work in folklore at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Lau worked with a Cambodian community in Greensboro, N.C., through the Greensboro Buddhist Center. In 1999, she became the community-based documentary programs coordinator at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Materials, 1980-1995, include audio tapes, videotapes, photographs, slides, logs, and manuscripts from two of Barbara Lau's folklife projects. Documentation of Lau's work with African-American shape-note singing groups in the early 1980s includes her senior thesis, "Black Shape-Note Singing: A Beginning," along with surveys on which she based her writing. Also included are photographs, audio recordings, and slides from the 1983 Shape-Note Singing Reunion in Saint Louis, Mo., and the Ohio-Indiana-Michigan Vocal Singing Convention, 1983-1984. Materials documenting the Cambodian community in Greensboro, N.C., include nearly 1,200 color slides and prints by Lau and photographer Cedric Chatterley of the 1995 Cambodian New Year celebration. There are also photographs of New Year celebrations in Lexington, N.C., and Charlotte, N.C., and videotapes by Jim White and photographs by Lau of a 1995 Cambodian wedding in Greensboro, N.C.. Lau also interviewed two Cambodian dancers, Chea Khan and Chaa Moly Sam, while they were in residence at the Greensboro Buddhist Center and photographed their classes. All photographs and interviews have extensive logs with commentary and field-note summaries by Lau. The Cambodian Immigrant Folklife series contains materials documenting interviews performed by Lau in preparation for a 2003 exhibit at the Greensboro Historical Museum entititled From Cambodia to Greensboro: Tracing the Journeys of New North Carolinians. It also includes a children's book with text by Barbara Lau and photographs by Cedric Chatterly entitled Sokita Celebrates the New Year.
Creator Lau, Barbara (Barbara A.)
Language English.
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Use of audio and video materials may require production of listening and viewing copies.
This collection contains additional materials that are not processed and are currently not available to researchers. For information about access to these materials, contact Research and Instructional Services staff. Please be advised that preparing unprocessed materials for access can be a lengthy process.
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 Barbara Lau of Durham, N.C., in June 1993 (Acc. 93104 and 93106), March 2006 (Acc. 100346), and February 2008 (Acc. 100867); Beverly Patterson, North Carolina Arts Council, Raleigh, N.C., in July 1996; and Jim White of Chapel Hill, N.C., in May 2000 (Acc. 98611).
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Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1958, Barbara Lau grew up in Ohio and attended Washington University in Saint Louis, Mo., 1976-1980, graduating with a degree in urban studies and sociology. While in Saint Louis, Lau became interested in African-American shape-note singing groups in the region and surveyed several singing groups for her undergraduate senior thesis. While on staff at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis, Mo., Lau continued working with these groups and presented them at a Shape-Note Singing Reunion in February 1983. She also documented the larger regional Ohio-Indiana-Michigan Vocal Singing Convention from 1983 to 1984. Lau worked as a backstage manager at the Fox Theatre in Saint Louis, Mo., and coordinated program areas for the Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife in Washington, D.C., 1986-1991. She attended the masters program in folklore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991-1993, and was program coordinator for the Southern Arts Federation in Atlanta, Ga., from 1993 to 1995.

While at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Lau became acquainted with the Cambodian community in Greensboro, N.C., and began fieldwork with them for her masters thesis. Working with the Greensboro Buddhist Center, she received a grant and several contracts through the North Carolina Arts Council to document folklife traditions of this new immigrant community in 1995. Lau continued work as a freelance folklorist and consultant through the late 1990s. In 1999, she became the community-based documentary programs coordinator at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.

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Materials, 1980-1995, include audio tapes, videotapes, photographs, slides, logs, and manuscripts from two of Barbara Lau's folklife projects. Documentation of Lau's work with African-American shape-note singing groups in the early 1980s includes her senior thesis, "Black Shape-Note Singing: A Beginning," along with surveys on which she based her writing. Also included are photographs, audio recordings, and slides from the 1983 Shape-Note Singing Reunion in Saint Louis, Mo., and the Ohio-Indiana-Michigan Vocal Singing Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. in 1983 and Detroit, Mich. in 1984.

Materials documenting the Cambodian community in Greensboro, N.C., include nearly 1,200 color slides and prints by Lau and photographer Cedric Chatterley of the 1995 Cambodian New Year celebration. There are also photographs of New Year celebrations in Lexington, N.C., and Charlotte, N.C. The 1995 Cambodian wedding of Yi Kong and Sengdoeun Chhum was videotaped by Jim White, with photographs by Lau. Lau also interviewed two Cambodian dancers, Chea Khan and Chaa Moly Sam, while they were in residence at the Greensboro Buddhist Center and photographed their classes. All photographs and interviews have extensive logs with commentary and field-note summaries by Lau.

The collection also includes digital audio tapes documenting interviews Lau performed in preparation for a 2003 exhibit at the Greensboro Historical Museum entititled From Cambodia to Greensboro: Tracing the Journeys of New North Carolinians, transcriptions of those tapes in digital file and paper formats, and a copy of the catalog issued in conjunction with the exhibit. It contains, as well, children's book with text by Barbara Lau and photographs by Cedric Chatterly entitled Sokita Celebrates the New Year.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. African American Shape Note Singing, 1979-1984.

130 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

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38 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Research for Lau's senior thesis while she was an undergraduate at Washington University. Fieldwork involved a survey with African American shape-note singing groups, including the Saint Louis Vocal Union, and singers from Mississippi, Ohio, and Indiana.

Folder 1

Senior thesis: "Black Shape-Note Singing: A Beginning." #20055, Subseries: "1.1. Research for Senior Thesis, 1980-1981." Folder 1

Folder 2

Survey completed forms. #20055, Subseries: "1.1. Research for Senior Thesis, 1980-1981." Folder 2

Folder 3

Survey results summary. #20055, Subseries: "1.1. Research for Senior Thesis, 1980-1981." Folder 3

Folder 4

Thesis support materials. #20055, Subseries: "1.1. Research for Senior Thesis, 1980-1981." Folder 4

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Shape-Note Singing Reunion, February 1983.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4. Ohio-Indiana-Michigan Vocal Singing Convention, 1983-1984.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Cambodian Immigrant Folklife in North Carolina, 1993-2008.

About 1770 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Materials from Barbara Lau's fieldwork documenting the Cambodian immigrant community in Greensboro, N.C.

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2 items.

Open reel tape recordings of traditional Cambodian temple music recorded by Barbara Lau at the Greensboro Buddhist Center, Greensboro, N.C., 22 August 1993.

Audiotape FT 6058-6059

Cambodian temple music by Sam Ang Sam, Paul Sum, and Savath So. Recorded by Lau, 22 August 1993, at Greensboro Buddhist Center. #20055, Subseries: "2.1. Cambodian temple music, 1993." FT 6058-6059

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About 1,150 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Photographs, slides, and interview transcriptions from a grant that Lau received from the Folklife Section of the North Carolina Arts Council in 1995 to document the Cambodian New Year celebration in Greensboro, N.C.

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4 items.

Transcripts of four audio interviews about the preparation and celebration of the Cambodian New Year celebration.

Folder 11

Raleigh Bailey interview, 21 March 1995; Phramaha Samsak Sambimb interviews (three total), 24 March 1995, 13 April 1995, 3 May 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.2.1. Interviews, 1995." Folder 11

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About 1,140 items.

Photo documentation, mostly of the Cambodian New Year celebration at Greensboro Buddhist Center, 27 March 1995-14 May 1995. There are also photos also of the New Year celebration at the Cambodian Cultural Center, Lexington, N.C., and the Charlotte Buddhist Center, Charlotte, N.C.

Notebook 20055/Binder 1

Color prints by Barbara Lau, with negatives and ten photo logs, in black binder. #20055, Subseries: "2.2.2. Photographs, 1995." 20055/Binder 1

Notebook 20055/Binder 2

Color slides by Cedric Chatterley and Barbara Lau, with sixteen photo logs, in black binder. #20055, Subseries: "2.2.2. Photographs, 1995." 20055/Binder 2

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About 475 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Photographs and videos of a traditional Cambodian wedding in Greensboro, N.C., uniting Yi Kong and Sengdoeun Chhum, in July 1995. Lau and videographer Jim White documented this wedding for the Folklife Section of the North Carolina Arts Council.

Videotape VT-20055/1

Cambodian wedding, tape 1: Friday evening preparations, 30 June 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/1

Videotape VT-20055/2

Cambodian wedding, tape 2: preparation before big meal on Saturday, procession from groom's house to bride's, 1 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/2

Videotape VT-20055/3

Cambodian wedding, tape 3: formal shots outside house, 1 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/3

Videotape VT-20055/4

Cambodian wedding, tape 4: haircutting service, 1 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/4

Videotape VT-20055/5

Cambodian wedding, tape 5: blessing of couple by monks, 1 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/5

Videotape VT-20055/6

Cambodian wedding, tape 6: feast for parents (ancestors?), Saturday night, candles passed around the couple during ceremony, 1 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/6

Videotape VT-20055/7

Cambodian wedding, tape 7: couple receiving gifts in restaurant, 2 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/7

Videotape VT-20055/8

Cambodian wedding, tape 8: couple receiving gifts from departing guests, festivities end, 2 July 1995. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" VT-20055/8

Folder 12

Photos and logs, Rolls W1-W4. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" Folder 12

Folder 13

Photos and logs, Rolls W5-W9. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" Folder 13

Folder 14

Photos and logs, Rolls W10-W13. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" Folder 14

Folder 15

Photos and logs, Rolls W14-W17. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" Folder 15

Folder 16

Summary field notes. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" Folder 16

Folder 17

Videotape logs. #20055, Subseries: "2.3. Cambodian Wedding, 1995" Folder 17

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346)).

34 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

In 2003, to mark the 20th anniversary of the first Cambodian settlement in Guilford County, N.C., the Greensboro Historical Museum, in cooperation with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the Greensboro Buddhist Center, mounted an exhibit entititled From Cambodia to Greensboro: Tracing the Journeys of New North Carolinians. Much of the material in the exhibit came from a ten-year collaborative effort by Barbara Lau, then director of the Center for Documentary Studies, and photographer Cedric Chatterly to document the experience of Cambodian immigrants in North Carolina. The Cambodian community of Greensboro, N.C., took an active role in shaping the exhibit, which explored the "culture, religion, technology, generational strife, and personal trauma" of Cambodian Americans living in Guilford County, N.C. This subseries comprises digital audio tapes that document interviews Lau did in preparation for the exhibit, transcriptions of those tapes in digital file and paper formats, and a copy of the catalog issued in conjunction with the exhibit.

Digital Audiotape DAT-532

Interview with Kim Ry Som, 26 October 2002. Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-532

Digital Audiotape DAT-533

Interview with Kim Ry Som, 26 October 2002. Tape 2 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-533

Folder 20

Interview with Kim Ry Som, 26 October 2002. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 20

Digital Audiotape DAT-534

Interviews with Chin Chhum and Chhorn Chiep, 21 December 2002.Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-534

Digital Audiotape DAT-535

Interviews with Chin Chhum and Chhorn Chiep, 21 December 2002. Tape 2 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-535

Folder 21

Interviews with Chin Chhum and Chhorn Chiep, 21 December 2002. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 21

Digital Audiotape DAT-536

Interviews with Savath So and Touch San, 5 January 2003. Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-536

Digital Audiotape DAT-537

Interviews with Savath So and Touch San, 5 January 2003. Tape 2 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-537

Folder 22

Interviews with Savath So and Touch San, 5 January 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 22

Digital Audiotape DAT-538

Interviews with Math Hai and Nas Kai, 19 January 2003. Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-538

Digital Audiotape DAT-539

Interviews with Math Hai and Nas Kai, 19 January 2003. Tape 2 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-539

Folder 23

Interviews with Math Hai and Nas Kai, 19 January 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 23

Digital Audiotape DAT-540

Interviews with An Heng and Mann Ouen, 20 January 2003. Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-540

Digital Audiotape DAT-541

Interviews with An Heng and Mann Ouen, 20 January 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-541

Folder 24

Interviews with An Heng and Mann Ouen, 20 January 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 24

Digital Audiotape DAT-542

Interview with Saroun Chhith, 20 January 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-542

Folder 25

Interview with Saroun Chhith, 20 January 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 25

Digital Audiotape DAT-543

Interview with Ouk Kim, 1 March 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-543

Folder 26

Interview with Ouk Kin, 1 March 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 26

Digital Audiotape DAT-544

Interview with Phal Sum, 1 March 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-544

Folder 27

Interview with Phal Sum, 1 March 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 27

Digital Audiotape DAT-545

Interview with Ourn Hean and Den Hean, 9 March 2003. Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-545

Digital Audiotape DAT-546

Interview with Ourn Hean and Den Hean, 9 March 2003. Tape 2 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-546

Folder 28

Interviews with Ourn Hean and Den Hean, 9 March 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 28

Digital Audiotape DAT-547

Interview with Savoeum San, 1 June 2003. Tape 1 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-547

Digital Audiotape DAT-548

Interview with Savoeum San, 1 June 2003. Tape 2 of 2. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-548

Folder 29

Interview with Savoeun San, 1 June 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 29

Digital Audiotape DAT-549

Interview with Hun Som, 8 June 2003. Tape 1 of 3. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-549

Digital Audiotape DAT-550

Interview with Hun Som, 8 June 2003. Tape 2 of 3. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-550

Digital Audiotape DAT-551

Interview with Hun Som, 8 June 2003. Tape 3 of 3. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-551

Folder 30

Interview with Hun Som, 8 June 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 30

Digital Audiotape DAT-552

Interview with Kep Kong, 9 August 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." DAT-552

Folder 31

Interview with Kep Kong, 9 August 2003. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 31

Data Compact Disc 20055/1

Cambodian Community Interviews, Barbara Lau. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." 20055/1

Folder 32

Catalog for Greensboro Historical Museum exhibit From Cambodia to Greensboro: Tracing the Journeys of New North Carolinians. #20055, Subseries: "2.5. From Cambodia to Greensboro interviews, 2002-2004 (Addition of March 2006 (Acc. 100346))." Folder 32

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1 item.

Children's book incorporating text by Barbara Lau and photographs by Cedric Chatterly and published in 2004 by the Greensboro Historical Museum in connection with the exhibit From Cambodia to Greensboro. The book illustrates festivities held at the Greensboro Buddhist Center in celebration of Chol Chhnam, Cambodian New Year, from the point of view of Sokita Ksa, a young member of the Greensboro, N.C., Cambodian community.

Folder 33

Sokita Celebrates the New Year. #20055, Subseries: "2.6. Sokita Celebrates the New Year (Addition of February 2008 (Acc. 100867))." Folder 33

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Items separated include sound recordings (FS 1218-1228, FS 4798-4799, FT 6058-6059); notes to sound recordings; video recordings (VT-20055/1 to VT-20055/8); and a photograph (P-3600).

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