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Collection Number: 20304

Collection Title: Anne Romaine Papers 1935-1995 (bulk 1960-1995)

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Size About 4500 items (6.0 linear feet)
Abstract Anne Romaine (1942-1995), folk music performer, historian, and writer, was active in the civil rights movement, and, with Bernice Johnson Reagon, created the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, a racially mixed group of traditional artists who toured the South. Romaine, who was married to civil rights activist Howard Romaine, also worked with Guy Carawan, Esther Lefever, and Hazel Dickens. Materials, 1935-1995, include correspondence, book manuscripts, songs, publicity materials, photographs, and recordings of Anne Romaine's performances. Among the topics covered are civil rights work in the 1960s, labor organization, cotton mills and textile workers, Bernice Johnson Reagon and the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, country music, labor songs, and folk music as a means of social protest. Also included are materials relating to her husband Howard Romaine; to her teaching career; and to her interest in astrology, particularly psychic readings. Personal and business correspondence, 1962-1995, includes many copies of outgoing letters. There are also manuscripts of two books, one about the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and the other a biography of Alex Haley; song-lyrics and audio and video recordings of Romaine's performances and workshops; and publicity photographs and posters relating to Romaine and to musicians and other performers who worked with the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project. Also included are photographs of Romaine's family and slides reflective of various social injustices that Romaine used as backdrops in her performances.
Creator Romaine, Anne.
Language English.
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Provenance
Received from Rita Romaine Rakestraw, of Durham, N.C., in June 1998 (Acc. 98142), July 1998 (Acc. 98169), and December 1998 (Acc. 98245).
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Anne Romaine was a folksinger, songwriter, activist, and history professor. Born Dorothy Anne Cooke on 1 November 1942 in Atlanta, Ga., she grew up in rural North Carolina. Her grandparents worked in the Gastonia Cotton Mills, and Anne developed a lifelong interest in the lives of cotton mill workers. She attended Queen's College in Charlotte, N.C., and traveled as a missionary to Mexico. This missionary work opened her eyes to the social injustices that she would spend her life fighting.

When she returned to the United States, Romaine enrolled in a graduate program in history at the University of Virginia, where she met and, in 1965, married Howard Romaine, who had participated in the Mississippi Democratic Freedom Party's attempt to register African American voters in rural Mississippi. For her master's thesis, Anne Romaine conducted interviews with many of those involved in this project.

The couple later moved to Atlanta where they started the alternative newspaper, The Great Speckled Bird. Anne and Howard Romaine had a daughter named Rita Marie. They divorced in the mid-1970s.

Anne Romaine continued her historical work, taking courses at Vanderbilt University in Nashville and teaching at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She wrote a book on the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, based on her interviews with party leaders, but never published it. She served as curator of the Alex Haley House in Henning, Tenn., and began work on a Haley biography, which remained unfinished at the time of her death.

With Bernice Johnson Reagon, Romaine founded the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, a group of artists of different races who performed traditional southern music. The group traveled around the South performing most frequently at colleges and festivals, such as Georgia Sea Island Days and Tennessee Grassroots Days. Bernice Johnson Reagon eventually left the group, and Romaine took over as director, a post she held for many years.

Romaine recorded three albums: Gettin' On Country, Take a Stand, and A Grassroots Christmas . She performed for various audiences, including organized labor groups and educational groups.

Romaine died on 26 October 1995 at age 52 of complications from a ruptured appendix.

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Materials, 1935-1995, include correspondence, book manuscripts, songs, publicity materials, photographs, and recordings of Anne Romaine's performances. Among the topics covered are civil rights work in the 1960s, labor organization, cotton mills and textile workers, Bernice Johnson Reagon and the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, country music, labor songs, and folk music as a means of social protest. Also included are materials relating to her husband Howard Romaine, to her teaching career, and to her interest in astrology, particularly psychic readings. Personal and business correspondence, 1962-1995, includes many copies of outgoing letters. There are also manuscripts of two books, one about the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and the other a biography of Alex Haley; song-lyrics and audio and video recordings of Romaine's performances and workshops; and publicity photographs and posters relating to Romaine and to musicians and other performers who worked with the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project. Also included are photographs of Romaine's family and slides reflective of various social injustices that Romaine used as backdrops in her performances.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1962-1995.

About 3000 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995.

About 2000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence between Anne Romaine and her family and friends. Topics include the Vietnam War, folk music, social activism, civil rights, and family business. Letters of note include those between Howard Romaine and his parents discussing the military draft in 1968, a letter to Anne Romaine from Alabama Governor George Wallace addressing a complaint Romaine made about the prison system in 1974, and a letter from songwriter John D. Loudermilk to Romaine's daughter Rita.

Folder 1

1962-1968 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 1

Folder 2

1969 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 2

Folder 3

1970 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 3

Folder 4

1971 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 4

Folder 5

1972 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 5

Folder 6

1973 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 6

Folder 7

1974 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 7

Folder 8

1975 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 8

Folder 9

1976 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 9

Folder 10

1977 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 10

Folder 11

1978 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 11

Folder 12

1979 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 12

Folder 13

1980 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 13

Folder 14

1981 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 14

Folder 15

1982 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 15

Folder 16

1983 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 16

Folder 17

1984 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 17

Folder 18

1985 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 18

Folder 19

1986 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 19

Folder 20

1987 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 20

Folder 21-22

1988 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 21-22

Folder 23-24

1989 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 23-24

Folder 25-26

1990 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 25-26

Folder 27

1991 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 27

Folder 28-29

1992 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 28-29

Folder 30

1993 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 30

Folder 31

1994 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 31

Folder 32

1995 #20304, Subseries: "1.1. Personal Correspondence, 1962-1995." Folder 32

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Professional Materials, 1964-1994.

About 1000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Materials relating to Anne Romaine's professional life as historian, organizer of the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, and performer. Included are research notes, brochures, newspaper articles, and drafts of manuscripts.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. Research Materials, 1964-1993.

About 120 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Papers relating to Anne Romaine's research interests in subjects such including the civil rights movement, working conditions of cotton mill workers, labor organizing, and the life and career of Alex Haley.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1.1. Cotton Mills,1988-1991.

About 75 items.

Publicity materials, articles, and Anne Romaine's notes on the labor situation in North Carolina cotton mills.

See also performing materials in Series 2.3, photographs in Series 4, videotapes in Series 5.1, reel-to-reel tapes in Series 5.2, and other format recordings in Series 5.3.

Oversize Paper OP-20304/1

Poster: strike, Brotherhood of Railway Carmen #20304, Subseries: "2.1.1. Cotton Mills,1988-1991." OP-20304/1

Oversize Paper OP-20304/2

Poster: Textile Heritage Day, Anne Romaine labor concert, 1994 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.1. Cotton Mills,1988-1991." OP-20304/2

Oversize Paper OP-20304/3

Photocopy of "Yarn is Vital to Victory!," A. M. Smyre Manufacturing Company, advertisement, 1944 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.1. Cotton Mills,1988-1991." OP-20304/3

Folder 46

ACTWU campaign #20304, Subseries: "2.1.1. Cotton Mills,1988-1991." Folder 46

Folder 47

Union contracts, notes, articles #20304, Subseries: "2.1.1. Cotton Mills,1988-1991." Folder 47

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s.

About 30 items.

Arrangement: by type of document.

Anne Romaine's manuscript for her proposed book about the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP). The book was to consist primarily of interviews with the important MFDP members and others who talked about the formation and activities of the Party and pivotal events in 1964.

The MFDP organized voter registration drives and sent workers into small Mississippi communities in spite of intense resistance. At the 1964 the Democratic Party convention, the MFDP challenged the all-white Mississippi Democratic Party for the right to represent the state, a battle the MFDP lost while focusing national attention on voter registration and civil rights.

Audiocassette FS-4260

Interview with Allard Lowenstein, Guy Carawan singing #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4260

Audiocassette FS-4261

FS-4261: Interviews with Joe Rauh, Annie Devine, and Lawrence Guyot #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4261

Audiocassette FS-4262

FS-4262: Interview with Ed King and Walter Tillow #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4262

Audiocassette FS-4263

FS-4263: Interview with Bob Moses, 14 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4263

Audiocassette FS-4264

FS-4264: Interview with Ed King #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4264

Audiocassette FS-4265

FS-4265: Interview with Fannie Lou Hamer and Lawrence Guyot #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4265

Audiocassette FS-4267

FS-4267: Interview with Joe Rauh and Bill Higgs #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4267

Audiocassette FS-4268

FS-4268: Interview with Mendy Samstein and Bill Higgs #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4268

Audiocassette FS-4269

FS-4269: Interview with Michael Thelwell, 5 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4269

Audiocassette FS-4270

FS-4270: Interview with Bob Moses by Anne Romaine and Bob Zellner, 14 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4270

Audiocassette FS-4271

FS-4271: Interview with Lawrence Guyot, 11 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4271

Audiocassette FS-4273

FS-4273: Interview with William Kunstler and Arthur Kinoy by Bob Zellner, 16 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4273

Audiocassette FS-4274

FS-4274: Interview with Lawrence Guyot, 8 November 1988 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4274

Audiocassette FS-4275

FS-4275: Interview with Michael Thelwell, 15 October 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4275

Audiocassette FS-4276

FS-4276: Interview with John Stewart at TVA Building, 31 July 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4276

Audiocassette FS-4277

FS-4277: Interview with Victoria Gray Adams, 6 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4277

Audiocassette FS-4278

FS-4278: Interview with Lawrence Guyot, 12 November 1987 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4278

Audiocassette FS-4272

FS-4272: MFDP conference at Jackson State University, 14 April 1984 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." FS-4272

Folder 48

Original manuscript #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 48

Folder 49

Summer documents for volunteers #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 49

Folder 50

Book proposal #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 50

Folder 51

Preface and introduction #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 51

Folder 52

Interview with Bob Moses #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 52

Folder 53

Interview with Lew Guyot #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 53

Folder 54

Interview with Sandy Leigh #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 54

Folder 55

Interview with Allard Lowenstein #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 55

Folder 56

Interview with Mendy Samstein #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 56

Folder 57

Interview with Walter Tillow #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 57

Folder 58

Interview with Fannie Lou Hamer #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 58

Folder 59

Interview with Annie Devine #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 59

Folder 60

Interview with Ivanhoe Donaldson #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 60

Folder 61

Interview with Edwin King #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 61

Folder 62

Interview with Bill Higgs #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 62

Folder 63

Interview with Joseph Rauh #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 63

Folder 64

Interview with John Stewart #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 64

Folder 65

Interview with Ella Baker #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 65

Folder 66

Interview with Victoria Gray Adams #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 66

Folder 67

Interview with Michael Thelwell #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 67

Folder 68

Interview with Arthur Kinoy and William Kunstler #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 68

Folder 69

Summary of interviews #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 69

Folder 70

Bibliography #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 70

Folder 71

Additional interviews, Aaron Henry #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 71

Folder 72

Additional interviews, Robert Kastenmeier #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 72

Folder 73

Additional interviews, Robert Zellner #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 73

Folder 74

Mississippi's Freedom Summer Revisited, 1979 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 74

Folder 75

Other materials #20304, Subseries: "2.1.2. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1990s." Folder 75

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20 items.

Papers, including articles, newsletters, and reunion materials relating to the Southern Organizing Committee, formerly know as the Southern Student Organizing Committee, a group of white southern students who worked to convince people in poor and working-class communities to embrace the civil rights movement.

Folder 76

Southern Organizing Committee #20304, Subseries: "2.1.3. Southern Organizing Committee, 1960s-1993." Folder 76

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4 items.

Anne Romaine's draft chapters of her biography of Alex Haley, author of The Autobiography of Malcolm X and Roots. Romaine's book was never published.

See also photographs in Series 4.

Oversize Paper OP-20304/4

Poster: Alex Haley with the cast of the television adaptation of Roots #20304, Subseries: "2.1.4. Alex Haley." OP-20304/4

Oversize Paper OP-20304/5

Poster: Alex Haley #20304, Subseries: "2.1.4. Alex Haley." OP-20304/5

Folder 77

Alex Haley #20304, Subseries: "2.1.4. Alex Haley." Folder 77

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4 items.

Material relating to music, civil rights, and the plight of the poor in Mexico.

See also photographs in Series 4.

Oversize Paper OP-20304/6

Poster: "One Man, One Vote," Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/6

Oversize Paper OP-20304/7

Poster: "For Food..For Freedeom," Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/7

Oversize Paper OP-20304/8

Poster: "Now," Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/8

Oversize Paper OP-20304/9

Poster: "Support SCOPE," Summer Community Organization and Political Organization #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/9

Oversize Paper OP-20304/10

Poster: John Henry Folk Festival, 1976 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/10

Oversize Paper OP-20304/11

Poster: John Henry Folk Festival, 1977 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/11

Oversize Paper OP-20304/12

Poster: John Henry Folk Festival, 1978 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/12

Oversize Paper OP-20304/13

Poster: Woody Guthrie #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/13

Oversize Paper OP-20304/14

Poster: "Hillbilly Woman" #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/14

Oversize Paper OP-20304/15

Poster: "Patchwork Power," Syracuse Workers Project #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/15

Oversize Paper OP-20304/16

Poster: Mississippi Delta Blues Festival, 1980 #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." OP-20304/16

Folder 78

Mexico #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." Folder 78

Folder 79

Southern Conference Educational Fund #20304, Subseries: "2.1.5. Other Research Interests." Folder 79

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Teaching Materials.

About 100 items.

Tests, lecture notes, and other materials relating to Anne Romaine's career as a college professor. Also included are materials relating to classes in music and spirituality she taught with her friend Peter Calhoun.

Folder 80-81

Teaching materials #20304, Subseries: "2.2. Teaching Materials." Folder 80-81

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Performing Materials.

About 600 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

Original songs and song lyrics, lyrics for other artists' songs, and publicity materials relating to Anne Romaine's career as a folk singer. The songbooks are small loose-leaf binders with lyrics that Romaine used in performances.

See also photographs in Series 4, videotapes in Series 5.1, reel-to-reel tapes in Series 5.2, and other format recordings in Series 5.3.

Oversize Paper OP-20304/17

Poster: Anne Romaine and Afrikan Dreamland, 1985 #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/17

Oversize Paper OP-20304/18

Poster: Oldtime Mountain Music Show #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/18

Oversize Paper OP-20304/19-21

Posters: Anne Romaine #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/19-21

Oversize Paper OP-20304/22

Poster: Old Time Picking Parlour #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/22

Oversize Paper OP-20304/23

Poster: Honky Tonk Angels Band #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/23

Oversize Paper OP-20304/24

Poster: Oldtime Picking Parlour with Billy Jo Shaver #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/24

Oversize Paper OP-20304/25

Poster: Anne Romaine and Esther Lefever #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/25

Oversize Paper OP-20304/26

Poster: Anne Romaine, Southern Music Tour #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." OP-20304/26

Folder 82-84

Cotton mills song project #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 82-84

Folder 85

Flying Fish #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 85

Folder 86

Grassroots Christmas album #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 86

Folder 87

Labor and black songs songbook #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 87

Folder 88

Labor songs #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 88

Folder 89-91

Original songs #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 89-91

Folder 92

Original songs songbook #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 92

Folder 93

Bluegrass repertoire songbook (old-time songs, children's songs) #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 93

Folder 94

Gospel/Christmas songbook #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 94

Folder 95

Unmarked songbook (union, country) #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 95

Folder 96

Unmarked songbook (country) #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 96

Folder 97

Unmarked songbook (mostly protest, labor, gospel) #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 97

Folder 98

Retired country repertoire songbook #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 98

Folder 99

Unlearned country songbook #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 99

Folder 100

Unlearned bluegrass songbook #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 100

Folder 101-102

Publicity #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 101-102

Folder 103

Radical songbooks #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 103

Folder 104

Set lists #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 104

Folder 105

Union songs performance material #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 105

Folder 106

Union songs #20304, Subseries: "2.3. Performing Materials." Folder 106

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Papers relating to Anne Romaine's work as the director of the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project (SFCRP), including board meeting notes, correspondence, financial documents, and publicity materials for SFCRP events.

See also photographs in Series 4, videotapes in Series 5.1, reel-to-reel tapes in Series 5.2, and other format recordings in Series 5.3.

Photograph Album PA-20304/1

Album: Southern Grassroots Music Tour, 1974 #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." PA-20304/1

Oversize Paper OP-20304/27-75

Posters: Southern Grassroots Festival, Oldtime Mountain Music Festival, Georgia Sea Island Festival, Tennessee Grassroots Days, Georgia Grassroots Music Day, Appalachian Music Festival #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." OP-20304/27-75

Folder 107

SFCRP board meeting notes #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 107

Folder 108

Booking records #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 108

Folder 109

Corporate documents #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 109

Folder 110

Correspondence #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 110

Folder 111

Financial documents #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 111

Folder 112

Grant documents #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 112

Folder 113-115

Publicity #20304, Subseries: "2.4. Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, 1967-1994." Folder 113-115

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Personal Materials, 1962-1995.

About 120 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1 Date Books, 1984-1995.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2. Journals, 1977-1980.

5 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Personal journals of Anne Romaine. Journal entries mostly deal with her feelings about the status of her work and her romantic relationships, particularly difficulties relating to being a divorced woman pursuing a career.

Folder 122

Journals #20304, Subseries: "3.2. Journals, 1977-1980." Folder 122

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Personalized horoscopes and notes and tapes of psychic readings. Anne Romaine had a strong interest in astrology and visited psychics to consult about her future. The notes were taken during consultations with psychics, and the tapes are recordings of these consultations.

Audiocassette FS-4279

Reading with Bambi Barrett, 17 December 1991 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4279

Audiocassette FS-4280

FS-4280: Reading with Bambi Barrett, 26 June 1989 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4280

Audiocassette FS-4281

FS-4281: Reading with Bambi Barrett, 24 May 1989 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4281

Audiocassette FS-4282

FS-4282: Reading with Bambi Barrett, April 1987 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4282

Audiocassette FS-4283

FS-4283: Reading with Bambi Barrett, January 1989 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4283

Audiocassette FS-4284

FS-4284: Reading with Anita Rarey, March 1987 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4284

Audiocassette FS-4285

FS-4285: Reading with Anita Rarey, 21 January 1989 #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." FS-4285

Folder 123

Horoscope #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." Folder 123

Folder 124

Psychic readings notes #20304, Subseries: "3.3. Astrology and Related Materials, 1980s-1990s." Folder 124

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.4. Family Materials, 1935-1995.

About 50 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Materials relating to Anne Romaine's family members, including information about genealogy, a few pages of an unfinished children's book that her grandmother wrote and illustrated, a letter from her father to his mother when he was first sent off to World War II, newspaper clippings about her mother's golf prizes, and other family items.

Folder 125

Cooke, Dorothy #20304, Subseries: "3.4. Family Materials, 1935-1995." Folder 125

Folder 126

Cooke, Florence #20304, Subseries: "3.4. Family Materials, 1935-1995." Folder 126

Folder 127

Cooke, Pat #20304, Subseries: "3.4. Family Materials, 1935-1995." Folder 127

Folder 128

Romaine, Anne #20304, Subseries: "3.4. Family Materials, 1935-1995." Folder 128

Folder 129

Interviews with Anne Romaine #20304, Subseries: "3.4. Family Materials, 1935-1995." Folder 129

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.5. Personal Career Profile.

1 item.

A career analysis of Anne Romaine, including her ideas on the perfect job and what was important to her in terms of work, family, and other areas of her life.

Folder 130

Personal career profile #20304, Subseries: "3.5. Personal Career Profile." Folder 130

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.6. Poems, 1962-1990.

About 50 items.

Poems written by Anne Romaine mostly during her undergraduate days at Queens College in Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 131

Poems #20304, Subseries: "3.6. Poems, 1962-1990." Folder 131

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Photographs.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Videotapes and Sound Recordings, 1969-1994 and undated.

191 items.

Arrangement: by format.

Primarily recordings of Anne Romaine's performances.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated.

26 items.

Videotapes of Anne Romaine's lectures, performances, and workshops. Included are a commercial for a Tennessee bank using Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project performers, tapes of a Tennessee Grassroots Days show, and other tapes of Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project artists.

Videotape VT-20304/1

: "Amazing Grace," 1st Tennessee Bank commercial #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/1

Videotape VT-20304/2

VT-20304/2: "Amazing Grace," 1st Tennessee Bank commercial outtakes #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/2

Videotape VT-20304/3

VT-20304/3: Tennessee Grassroots Days, 26 September 1987 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/3

Videotape VT-20304/4

VT-20304/4: Carry It On Sampler, SFCRP #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/4

Videotape VT-20304/5

VT-20304/5: Jobs With Justice, March 1990 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/5

Videotape VT-20304/6

VT-20304/6: Anne Romaine performance, Sane/Freeze Annual Meeting #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/6

Videotape VT-20304/7

VT-20304/7: Anne Romaine performance, Cheekwood, 1987 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/7

Videotape VT-20304/8-10

VT-20304/8-10: Anne Romaine performance, 7 December 1991 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/8-10

Videotape VT-20304/11

VT-20304/11: Jim Kesterson's Blue Ridge Mountain Dancers #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/11

Videotape VT-20304/12

VT-20304/12: Anne Romaine cotton mill songs, 19 May 1994 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/12

Videotape VT-20304/13

VT-20304/13: Anne Romaine peace concert, March 1988 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/13

Videotape VT-20304/14

VT-20304/14: Anne Romaine performance, Langly Park-McCormick Elementary #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/14

Videotape VT-20304/15

VT-20304/15: Anne Romaine performance, 28 December 1993 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/15

Videotape VT-20304/16

VT-20304/16: Woodbine Community Organization #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/16

Videotape VT-20304/17

VT-20304/17: Culture and Organizing Excerpts workshop #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/17

Videotape VT-20304/18

VT-20304/18: Anne Romaine performance of cotton mill songs #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/18

Videotape VT-20304/19

VT-20304/19: Anne Romaine concert, First Presbyterian Church, May 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/19

Videotape VT-20304/20

VT-20304/20: Cotton mill lecture/performance #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/20

Videotape VT-20304/21

VT-20304/21: Apartheid Kills, Afrikan Dreamland #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/21

Videotape VT-20304/22

VT-20304/22: Jackie Torrance, the Story Lady: Two White Horses, Talipo, Ol' Dry Fry #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/22

Videotape VT-20304/23

VT-20304/23: BETA, Anne Romaine performance #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/23

Videotape VT-20304/24

VT-20304/24: VIDEOTAPE 8, Anne Romaine cotton mill songs performance with Elwood McCarn and Horward Norris, Gaston County Library, 19 May 1994 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/24

Videotape VT-20304/25

VT-20304/25: VHS-C, Anne Romaine concert for Berea Seminary students, Highlander, 6 January 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/25

Videotape VT-20304/26

VT-20304/26: Concert of cotton mill songs with Johnny Elwood McCarn and Pat Huber, Gaston County Library, 19 May 1994 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." VT-20304/26

Folder 139

Notes for VT-20304/18, 24, 26 #20304, Subseries: "5.1. Videotapes, 1987-1994 and undated." Folder 139

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated.

91 items.

Reel-to-reel tapes of Anne Romaine performing her songs, both in the studio and at various concert performances.

Audiotape FT-8716

Arkansas Reform School girls singing country songs (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8716

Audiotape FT-8717

FT-8717: "Cheatin'" and "Loretta" (rough demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8717

Audiotape FT-8718

FT-8718: "Loretta's Next Big Hit" and "You're Cheatin' on the One" (original; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8718

Audiotape FT-8719

FT-8719: "When It Comes to Lovin'," Shook's Shack, 1980 (original mix; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8719

Audiotape FT-8720

FT-8720: "Down and Dirty" (instrumental; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8720

Audiotape FT-8721

FT-8721: "I Had Loretta's Next Big Hit," Cedarwood (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8721

Audiotape FT-8722

FT-8722: "Are You Strong Enough" (practice tape; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8722

Audiotape FT-8723

FT-8723: "Are You Strong Enough" and "Salvation Army," March 1979 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8723

Audiotape FT-8724

FT-8724: "Indiana Factory Job" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8724

Audiotape FT-8725

FT-8725: "Untouched, Returned to Me" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8725

Audiotape FT-8726

FT-8726: "Are You Strong Enough" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8726

Audiotape FT-8727

FT-8727: "Forsaken Lover," Shook's Shack, August 1984 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8727

Audiotape FT-8728

FT-8728: "My Love is Your Home," "Salvation Army," "I'll Try," 11 September 1979 (home demo with Hugh Moffet; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8728

Audiotape FT-8729

FT-8729: Four original songs, Jack's Studio, Union City, May 1974 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8729

Audiotape FT-87230

FT-8730: "Are You Strong Enough," February 1979 (work tape; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-87230

Audiotape FT-8731

FT-8731: "No Deposit, No Return" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8731

Audiotape FT-8732

FT-8732: "Tom Cat Blues" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8732

Audiotape FT-8733

FT-8733: "Loretta's Next Big Hit" and "You're Cheatin' on the One" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8733

Audiotape FT-8734

FT-8734: "Loretta's Next Big Hit" and "You're Cheatin' on the One" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8734

Audiotape FT-8735

FT-8735: "Fight Back," ATV Studio, 1979 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8735

Audiotape FT-8736

FT-8736: Four songs, Atlanta, 1974 (demo; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8736

Audiotape FT-8737

FT-8737: "On the Line," written by John D. Loudermilk, vocals by Anne Romaine, 1975 (dub) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8737

Audiotape FT-8738

FT-8738: Eight songs, 1974-1975 (dub) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8738

Audiotape FT-8739

FT-8739: "North Carolina" (demo; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8739

Audiotape FT-8740

FT-8740: Six bluegrass songs, 20 October 1979 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8740

Audiotape FT-8741

FT-8741: "Ain't You Got a Right," "Take a Stand" with Afrikan Dreamland, November 1982 (studio master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8741

Audiotape FT-8742

FT-8742: "Sappling," "North Carolina," "One of These Days," May 1978 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8742

Audiotape FT-8743

FT-8743: "So Low For So Long" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8743

Audiotape FT-8744

FT-8744: "Loretta's Next Big Hit" and "You're Cheatin'," 1980 (new version; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8744

Audiotape FT-8745

FT-8745: Oldtime Picking Parlour, 5 March 1978 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8745

Audiotape FT-8746

FT-8746: Grand Ole Gospel Hour, WSM, 2 April 1976 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8746

Audiotape FT-8747

FT-8747: "Mountain Morning Sun," written by Anne Romaine and Alice Gerrard (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8747

Audiotape FT-8748

FT-8748: "Loretta's Next Big Hit," "You're Cheatin' on the One," 1977 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8748

Audiotape FT-8749

FT-8749: "A Heart Once Broken," "When it Comes to Love," "You Could've Been Kinder," "Cheatin on the One," December 1981 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8749

Audiotape FT-8750

FT-8750: "Georgia Cotton Mill Woman," written and sung by Anne Romaine (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8750

Audiotape FT-8751

FT-8751: "It's One of Those Days," Jimmy Gray and Flash Gordon, January 1979 (2 versions) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8751

Audiotape FT-8752

FT-8752: Interview with Nannie Washburn, 1970 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8752

Audiotape FT-8753

FT-8753: Ruth Knapp and Phylis Knight, singing folk songs #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8753

Audiotape FT-8754

FT-8754: Eleven songs, Alice Gerrard, May 1976 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8754

Audiotape FT-8755

FT-8755: Gettin' on Country (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8755

Audiotape FT-8756

FT-8756: Performance, Distant Drummer, Nashville, 8 February 1975 (3 sets) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8756

Audiotape FT-8757

FT-8757: Arkansas Reform School girls singing and talking #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8757

Audiotape FT-8758

FT-8758: Ray Folk Potpourri #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8758

Audiotape FT-8759

FT-8759: An Historic Reunion..., Sara Carter and Maybelle Carter #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8759

Audiotape FT-8760

FT-8760: Gettin' On Country (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8760

Audiotape FT-8761

FT-8761: Bluegrass, Dillard Rogers #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8761

Audiotape FT-8762

FT-8762: Familiar Hands, October 1984 (outtakes from Flying Fish album) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8762

Audiotape FT-8763

FT-8763: "Solidarity" and "Stand," Anne Romaine and Afrikan Dreamland (album outtakes) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8763

Audiotape FT-8764

FT-8764: Seven songs recorded at Doppler, 1972 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8764

Audiotape FT-8765

FT-8765: Eleven songs written and sung by Anne Romaine #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8765

Audiotape FT-8766

FT-8766: Five songs, Anne Romaine with Marty Schlutsky, 2 March 1977, and two songs from a 1972 demo #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8766

Audiotape FT-8767

FT-8767: Five songs produced by B. Stewart, ABT Studio, June 1979 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8767

Audiotape FT-8768

FT-8768: Eight songs, including "Mountain Morning Sun," May 1972 (demo; home version) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8768

Audiotape FT-8769

FT-8769: Seven songs, Doppler, 1972 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8769

Audiotape FT-8770

FT-8770: Five cotton mill songs for AFL-CIO album, Doppler Studio, Atlanta (dub; studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8770

Audiotape FT-8771

FT-8771: "Are You Strong Enough" and "Salvation Army," March 1979 (1/2 track; demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8771

Audiotape FT-8772

FT-8772: "Loretta," "Cheatin'," "Marie Laveau," "Other Kind," "G. Tyler," "Watches," "North Carolina," "Those Days," "Fight," "Forsaken," "Heart," "Comes Lovin" (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8772

Audiotape FT-8773

FT-8773: Bob Zellner, 25 January 1976 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8773

Audiotape FT-8774

FT-8774: Honky Tonk Angels, June 1972 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8774

Audiotape FT-8775

FT-8775: "I'll Try," "Are You Strong Enough," "Red Clay Memories," "Just For What Its Worth" (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8775

Audiotape FT-8776

FT-8776: Anne Romaine and Band, Mississippi Whiskers, 19 January 1979 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8776

Audiotape FT-8777

FT-8777: "You Can't Make Me Change My Mind," "When You Love Someone" (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8777

Audiotape FT-8778

FT-8778: Gettin' On Country (album) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8778

Audiotape FT-8779

FT-8779: "Down and Dirty," sung by Jack Rowland, January 1979 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8779

Audiotape FT-8780

FT-8780: Great Southeast Music Hall, Atlanta, 26 August 1974 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8780

Audiotape FT-8781

FT-8781: General Cedarwood Songs, March 1976 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8781

Audiotape FT-8782

FT-8782: Anne Romaine with Carl Perkins and Jody Williams #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8782

Audiotape FT-8783

FT-8783: Ten songs with Barry Chance, guitar, Cedarwood #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8783

Audiotape FT-8784

FT-8784: Eleven songs written and sung by Anne Romaine #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8784

Audiotape FT-8785

FT-8785: Ten songs with Barry Chance, guitar, Cedarwood, 28 July 1981 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8785

Audiotape FT-8786

FT-8786: Ten songs with Barry Chance, guitar, Cedarwood, 28 September 1981 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8786

Audiotape FT-8787

FT-8787: Eleven songs written and sung by Anne Romaine #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8787

Audiotape FT-8788

FT-8788: Eight songs, Doppler, 1972 and 1973 (demo master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8788

Audiotape FT-8789

FT-8789: Eleven songs, Bruce Nimeroff, guitar, Mickey Salter's Studio, 22 March 1977 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8789

Audiotape FT-8790

FT-8790: Eleven songs with Tommy Goldsmith, Cedarwood, August 1983 (master tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8790

Audiotape FT-8791

FT-8791: Nancy Arrington, unaccompanied singing (field recording) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8791

Audiotape FT-8792

FT-8792: Anne Romaine with Carl Perkins, 13 December 1977 (demo master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8792

Audiotape FT-8793

FT-8793: Anne Romaine, Mickey Salter's Studio, 22 November 1977 (demo master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8793

Audiotape FT-8794

FT-8794: Gettin' On Country (demo arrangements #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8794

Audiotape FT-8795

FT-8795: Anne Romaine and Band, Mississippi Whiskers, 20 January 1979 #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8795

Audiotape FT-8796

FT-8796: Anne Romaine and Band, Pickin' Parlour, September 1978 (edited tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8796

Audiotape FT-8797

FT-8797: Eighteen songs, May 1976 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8797

Audiotape FT-8798

FT-8798: Eleven songs, March 1979 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8798

Audiotape FT-8799

FT-8799: Thirteen songs sung by Anne Romaine #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8799

Audiotape FT-8800

FT-8800: Twelve songs, Bruce Nimeroff, guitar, Mickey Salter's Studio, 22 March 1977 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8800

Audiotape FT-8801

FT-8801: "Indiana Factory Job," "Untouched Return to Me," "Tom Cat Blues," "You've Been to the Bottom," "Stranger in My Place," " Georgia Cotton Mill Woman," "Rita Marie," "Mountain Morning Sun", Rounder, 15 April 1975 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8801

Audiotape FT-8802

FT-8802: "Gettin' On Woman," "No Deposit-No Return," "So Low for So Long" Rounder, 16 April 1975 (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8802

Audiotape FT-8803

FT-8803: "Untouched, Return to Me," "You've Been to the Bottom," "On the Line" (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8803

Audiotape FT-8804

FT-8804: "So Low for So Long," "Georgia Cotton Mill Woman," "Indiana Factory Job," "Mountain Morning Sun," "Gettin' on Woman," "You've Been to the Bottom," Rounder (studio tape) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8804

Audiotape FT-8805

FT-8805: "Rita Marie: A Lullaby," "No Deposit-No Return," "Untouched Return to Me," "Tom Cat Blues," "On the Line" (1" studio master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8805

Audiotape FT-8806

FT-8806: Take a Stand, Flying Fish, October 1984 (1" studio master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8806

Audiotape FT-8807

FT-8807: Gettin' on Country (2" studio master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8807

Audiotape FT-8808

FT-8808: Unlabeled (2" studio master) #20304, Subseries: "5.2: Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes, 1970-1984 and undated." FT-8808

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated.

74 items.

Cassette tapes, eight-track tapes, and albums by Anne Romaine from studio recordings, live performances, and workshops. Included are tapes of Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project concerts, business meetings, and an interview with one of the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project performers. Also included are recordings by Anne Romaine's friends and associates and her favorite songs from other artists.

Audiocassette FS-4198

FS-4198: Twenty songs #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4198

Audiocassette FS-4199

FS-4199: "Another Other Woman" and others, 1976 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4199

Audiocassette FS-4200

FS-4200: Eleven studio demos, Nashville, 1976-1980 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4200

Audiocassette FS-4201

FS-4201: Session at Denny Music Group, January 1986 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4201

Audiocassette FS-4202

FS-4202: Seven studio demos, Nashville, April 1987 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4202

Audiocassette FS-4203

FS-4203: Master demo, Trackstar Recording Studios, January 1993 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4203

Audiocassette FS-4204

FS-4204: Demo tape, 23 January 1993 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4204

Audiocassette FS-4205

FS-4205: Demo tape #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4205

Audiocassette FS-4206

FS-4206: "There is Much to Be Done" and "Oh, Mary" (studio demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4206

Audiocassette FS-4207

FS-4207: Demo tape #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4207

Audiocassette FS-4208

FS-4208: Gettin' On Country, Rounder Records (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4208

Audiocassette FS-4209

FS-4209: Excerpts from union tapes (demo master) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4209

Audiocassette FS-4210

FS-4210: Original songs (sample demos) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4210

Audiocassette FS-4211-12

FS-4211 - FS4212: Take a Stand (album; demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4211-12

Audiocassette FS-4213

FS-4213: Flying Fish demo #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4213

Audiocassette FS-4214

FS-4214 Flying Fish demo #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4214

Audiocassette FS-4215

FS-4215: Sample tape from albums #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4215

Audiocassette FS-4216

FS-4216: Excerpts from Rounder and Flying Fish albums (master) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4216

Audiocassette FS-4217

FS-4217: Excerpts from Rounder and Flying Fish albums and various live performances #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4217

Audiocassette FS-4218

FS-4218: Vanderbilt Concert, 28 March 1978 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4218

Audiocassette FS-4219

FS-4219: Anne Romaine and Band, Pickin' Parlour, 28 September 1978 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4219

Audiocassette FS-4220

FS-4220: Anne Romaine and David Schnaufer, Optimist Club, 17 March 1988 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4220

Audiocassette FS-4221

FS-4221: Concert, National Methodist College Conference, 28 December 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4221

Audiocassette FS-4222

FS-4222: Anne Romaine and Heidi Campbell-Robinson, 26 February 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4222

Audiocassette FS-4223

FS-4223: Anne Romaine and Heidi Campbell-Robinson, 2 March 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4223

Audiocassette FS-4224

FS-4224: Anne Romaine and Heidi Campbell-Robinson, 11 March 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4224

Audiocassette FS-4225

FS-4225: Anne Romaine and Heidi Campbell-Robinson, 18 and 31 March 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4225

Audiocassette FS-4226

FS-4226: Queens College concert, 3 March 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4226

Audiocassette FS-4227

FS-4227: Anne Romaine and Heidi Campbell-Robinson, April 1992 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4227

Audiocassette FS-4228

FS-4228: Anne Romaine performance, UAW TOP Conference, New Orleans, 23 September 1994 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4228

Audiocassette FS-4229

FS-4229: Frazier Moss, SFCRP interview by Anne Romaine, 1987 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4229

Audiocassette FS-4230

FS-4230: Oh What a Time, SFCRP album master #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4230

Audiocassette FS-4231

FS-4231: Oh What a Time, SFCRP album #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4231

Audiocassette FS-4232-33

FS-4232 - FS-4233: SFCRP Board of Directors, Haley Farm, 1988 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4232-33

Audiocassette FS-4234-35

FS-4234 and FS-4235: Tennessee Grassroots Days Evaluation Meeting, SFCRP, 1989 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4234-35

Audiocassette FS-4236

FS-4236: MFDP Civil Rights Panel, Jackson, Miss. #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4236

Audiocassette FS-4237

FS-4237: Cotton mill songs, UNC-CH radio program #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4237

Audiocassette FS-4238

FS-4238: Carolina cotton mill songs #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4238

Audiocassette FS-4239

FS-4239: Audra Coldiron #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4239

Audiocassette FS-4240

FS-4240: "Ballad of King's Mountain," Glen Bolic and Tommy Jerrell #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4240

Audiocassette FS-4241

FS-4241: Iron John, Robert Bly (numbers 1 and 2) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4241

Audiocassette FS-4242

FS-4242: Will Campbell singing, 1987 (demo) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4242

Audiocassette FS-4243

FS-4243: Will D. Campbell on Native American music, 1969 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4243

Audiocassette FS-4244

FS-4244: Mick Moloney--Kilkelly/Green Fields of America (live) #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4244

Audiocassette FS-4245

FS-4245: "Bayou Eyes" with fiddle, sung and translated by Jeannie McCleary, March 1978 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4245

Audiocassette FS-4246

FS-4246: Super Hit Country Songs #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4246

Audiocassette FS-4247

FS-4247: Anne Romaine's personal favorite country songs #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4247

Audiocassette FS-4248

FS-4248: Anne Romaine's favorites: Jeff Morgan, Merle Haggard, Janie Fricke, and others #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4248

Audiocassette FS-4249

FS-4249: Otis J. Knippers, 14 June 1987 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4249

Audiocassette FS-4250

FS-4250: "Losing the Star", Reverend Moses Dillard, Edgehill United Methodist Church, 3 January 1988 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4250

Audiocassette FS-4251-53

FS-4251 - FS-4253: "Juicing, " Dr. Walker, Ruth #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4251-53

Audiocassette FS-4254

FS-4254: Warm Your Heart #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4254

Audiocassette FS-4255

FS-4255: Matokie Slaughter #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4255

Audiocassette FS-4256

FS-4256: A Capella Gospel Anthology #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4256

Audiocassette FS-4257

FS-4257: La Grande Storia del Rock #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4257

Audiocassette FS-4258

FS-4258: Grassroots Christmas, SFCRP #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4258

Audiocassette FS-4259

FS-4259: While There Is a Soul in Prision #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4259

Audiocassette FS-4266

FS-4266: Allen, Edna, "Living Through the Depression" interview by Lisa Wilson, 2 December 1994 #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FS-4266

8-Track Tape 8T-36

8T-36: Mamas Mountain Music #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." 8T-36

8-Track Tape 8T-37

8T-37: "Dark Hollow," John Henry Demps and the Calf Killer Ramblers #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." 8T-37

8-Track Tape 8T-38

8T-38: Dorothy Jo #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." 8T-38

8-Track Tape 8T-39

8T-39: The Parton Family Sings In the Garden #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." 8T-39

Audiodisc FC-5209

FC-5209(lc): Gettin' on Country #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FC-5209

Audiodisc FC-6350

FC-6350(lc): Take a Stand #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FC-6350

Audiodisc FC-1318/1

FC-1318/1(lc): Oh What a Time #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FC-1318/1

Audiodisc FC-1318/2

FC-1318/2: Cantos Navidenos #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FC-1318/2

Audiodisc FC-1318/3

FC-1318/3: Single Minded Lady. Egerton, George Anne #20304, Subseries: "5.3: Other Recordings, 1969-1993 and undated." FC-1318/3

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Items Separated

Items separated include oversized papers (OP-20304/1-750); photographs (SFC General Photograph Collection: P-3226-3351, P-3579-3599); videotapes (VT-20304/1-26); and sound recordings (FT 8716-8807, FS 4198-4285, 8T 36-39, FC 13181-13186).

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Processing Information

Preservation of and access to the MFDP interviews in the Anne Romaine Collection were made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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