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Collection Number: 20043

Collection Title: Allen Tullos Collection, 1973-1985

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Size 4.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 133 items)
Abstract Allen Tullos graduated in 1976 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Masters degree in folklore; he also earned a Ph.D. in American Studies from Yale University. His research interests have centered on American popular culture, the South, cultural geography, biography, and documentary forms. The collection consists of recordings on cassette and reel-to-reel tapes and documentation about many of the recordings. The cassette tape contains an interview with Cas Wallin of Madison County, N.C., known for his ballad and gospel songs, with Tullos as the chief interviewer. The material was used in a radio program for the North Carolina Broadcast Series. Reel-to-reel tapes include Wallin singing with Edison Ramsey and Evelyn Ramsey and an interview with Virgia Wallin and Dellie Norton that includes information about Cas Wallin. Other recordings document Tullos's travels in Alabama and Virginia, where he recorded guitar and banjo tunes of Felix Blackwell, Bryon York, and Fred Beckett in Mooresville, Ala. He also interviewed Norman Smith, a potter from Chilton County, Ala., and shape-note singers at two Alabama churches, the Oak Hill Baptist Church and the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church. He spoke with Frank Staton, an African American blues performer from Marion, Ala., who sings and plays acoustic guitar, and Frank Pickett from Mooresville, who sings self-composed songs. Also included are recordings of the 1975 Hollering Contest at Spivey's Corner, N.C.; Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey, a father and daughter duo who sing traditional Appalachian folk songs; the Gospel Jubilators, a Durham, N.C., gospel group; blues guitarist Furry Lewis; and Alabama herbalist Tommie Bass. Documentation consists of cover sheets, tape indices and content notes for many of the recordings.
Creator Tullos, Allen, 1950-
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.
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[Identification of item], in the Allen Tullos Collection #20043, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Acquired in the late 1970s. Addition received from Allen Tullos in December 2006 (Acc. 100575).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Allen Tullos (1950- ) graduated in 1976 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Masters degree in folklore. He also earned a Ph.D. in American studies at Yale University and a B.A. in English from the University of Alabama. His research interests have centered on American popular culture, the South, cultural geography, biography, and documentary forms. Tullos's folklore thesis, entitled, "Tommie Bass: a Life in the Ridge and Valley Country," explores the life and lore of a north Alabama herbalist and humorist.

Tullos, associate professor at Emory University in the American Studies program at the Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts, has published Habits of Industry (University of North Carolina, 1989), winner of the Charles Sydnor Award of the Southern Historical Association; "Alabama Bound, Unbound" in Christenberry Reconstruction: The Art of William Christenberry (Center for Creative Photography, 1996); and numerous articles in The Nation, Mother Jones, the New York Times, Southern Exposure, and the Virginia Quarterly Review. He was the co-producer and sound recordist for three films in the American Traditional Culture Series: Born for Hard Luck, Being a Joines, and A Singing Stream. He has also served as editor of Southern Changes, a quarterly journal.

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The collection of folklorist  Allen Tullos consists of recordings on cassette and reel-to-reel tapes and documentation about many of the recordings. The cassette tape contains an interview with Cas Wallin of Madison County, N.C., known for his ballad and gospel songs, with Tullos as the chief interviewer. The material was used in a radio program for the North Carolina Broadcast Series. Reel-to-reel tapes include Wallin singing with Edison Ramsey and Evelyn Ramsey and an interview with Virgia Wallin and Dellie Norton that includes information about Cas Wallin.

Other recordings document Tullos's travels in Alabama and Virginia, where he recorded guitar and banjo tunes of Felix Blackwell, Bryon York, and Fred Beckett in Mooresville, Ala. He also interviewed Norman Smith, a potter from Chilton County, Ala., and shape-note singers at two Alabama churches, the Oak Hill Baptist Church and the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church. He spoke with Frank Staton, an African American blues performer from Marion, Ala., who sings and plays acoustic guitar, and Frank Pickett from Mooresville, who sings self-composed songs, including "Going Across the Ocean" and "The Lawyer and the Hypocrite." Also included are recordings of the 1975 Hollering Contest at Spivey's Corner, N.C.; Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey, a father and daughter duo who sing traditional Appalachian folk songs; the Gospel Jubilators, a Durham, N.C., gospel group; blues guitarist Furry Lewis; and Alabama herbalist Tommie Bass.

Documentation consists of cover sheets, tape indices and content notes for many of the recordings.

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60 items.

Sound recordings consist of one cassette tape (FS) and reel-to-reel tapes (FT).

FS-1006: Interview with Cas Wallin in Madison County, N.C. Side 2 contains the song, "The Knoxville Girl." This tape is a dub of a reel-to-reel recording. Originally recorded spring 1973. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-853: Old Time Music Festival in Madison County, N.C. Includes ballads sung by Cas Wallin, Inez Chandler, and Dellie Norton. 12 June 1976. Tape 1 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Fiddlin' Will," Appalachian Folks. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Orange Blossom Special," Appalachian Folks. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Pretty Saro," Cas Wallin. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Fine Sally," Cas Wallin. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. Unknown square dance song, Lettuce Rock String Band with Peter Gott calling the Texas Star. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Sugar Hill." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. [Lord Bateman], Dellie Norton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. Unknown ballad, Dellie Norton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "I'm Going Back to Old Kentucky," New Day Country Band. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "A Beautiful Life," New Day Country Band. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Lord Daniel," Inez Chandler. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-854: Old Time Music Festival in Madison, County, N.C. Includes ballads sung by Cas Wallin, Inez Chandler, and Dellie Norton. 12 June 1976. Tape 2 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Little Soldier," Cas Wallin. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "What Will I Leave Behind?" Cas Wallin. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Bile Them Cabbage Down," Byard Ray, Lou Therrell, and Vivian Hartsell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Cheyenne," Byard Ray, Lou Therrell, and Vivian Hartsell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Polly Put the Kettle On," Byard Ray, Lou Therrell, and Vivian Hartsell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-855: Interview and music with Cas Wallin and Virgia Wallin, Madison County, N.C. 12 June 1976. Tape 1 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "The Black Sheep." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Pilgrim of Sorrow." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. [The Savior Will Prepare a Place For Me.] #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Knoxville Girl." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-856: Interview and music with Cas Wallin and Virgia Wallin, Madison County, N.C. 12 June 1976. Tape 2 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Willow Garden." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Pretty Saro." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Hear Jerusalem Moan." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. Unknown song. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Rain and Snow." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Times Has Made a Change in Me." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Darby Ram." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. [Save Mighty Lord]. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-857: Interview and music with Cas Wallin, Madison County, N.C. 12 June 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "I Believe the Good Old Bible." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Cold Professor." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Primrose Song." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Life Beyond Death." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Homesick for Heaven." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Rain and Snow." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Little Sadie." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-858: Interview and music with Cas Wallin, Edison Ramsey and Evelyn Ramsey, Madison County, N.C. 25 July 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Darby Ram." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Crawlin' and Creepin'." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Camp a Little While." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Movin' Over." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Movin' Over." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Travelin' On." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "When I Get Home." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Shades of Love." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "I Soon Shall Be at Home With Jesus." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Preacher Song." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Fine Sally." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Pretty Fair Miss." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. "Pretty Fair Miss." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "Cold Professor." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-859: Interview with Dellie Norton and Cas Wallin in Madison County, N.C. Contains a verse from "Poor Wayfaring Pilgrim." 24 July 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-860: Interview with Virgia Wallin in Madison County, N.C. 24 July 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "One Evening So Late as I Ramble" (3 takes). #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "On Erin's Green Shore." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Pretty Saro." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Conversations with Death." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1283: Guitar and banjo tunes with Felix Blackwell, Bryon York, and Fred Beckett in Mooresville, Ala. Interview with potter, Norman Smith in Chilton County, Ala. 2 February 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Pickaway," Felix Blackwell and Bryon York. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Soldier's Joy," Felix Blackwell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Flop-eared Mule," Felix Blackwell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Old Molly Hare," Fred Beckett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Arkansas Traveler," Fred Beckett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Staten Island Ferry," Fred Beckett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1284: Interview with Albert Hash, musician and instrument maker, recorded in his home and workshop in Mouth of Wilson, Va. 5 August 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-1285: Interview and gospel singing with Frank Pickett, African American from Mooresville in Limestone County, Ala. 2 September 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Who Built the Ark?" #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Walk in Jerusalem." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1286: Fiddle tunes by Albert Hash, accompanied on the guitar by Thornton Spencer, recorded at Hash's home in Mouth of Wilson, Va. 5 August 1975. Tape 1 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Sally Gooden." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Flop-eared Mule." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Rabbit Up a Gum Stump." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Cackling Hen." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Arkansas Traveler." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Hangman's Reel." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1287: Fiddle tunes by Albert Hash, accompanied on the guitar by Thornton Spencer, recorded at Hash's home in Mouth of Wilson, Va. 5 August 1975. Tape 2 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Cluck Old Hen." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Sourwood Mountain." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. Unknown fiddle tune. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. Unknown fiddle tune. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Old Sport." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Alabama Gals." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1288: Shape note singing by the Oak Hill Baptist Church, using the Original Sacred Harp songbook, Denison Revision. Recorded in Oxford, Ala. 9 November 1975. Tape 1 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Unknown hymn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Save, Lord or We Perish." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Greenfield." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "The Golden Harp." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Adoration." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Cleburne." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Cowper." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Showers of Blessings." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Lena." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Whitestown." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Redemption." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Exhilaration." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1289: Shape note singing by the Oak Hill Baptist Church, using the Original Sacred Harp songbook, Denison Revision. Recorded in Oxford, Ala. 9 November 1975. Tape 2 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Unknown hymn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Ballstown." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "I'm Going Home." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Soldier of the Cross." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Present Joys." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Praise God." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "A Few More Years." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "In Thy Praise." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Schenectady." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Morning Sun." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Montgomery." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1290: Prayer and shape note singing by the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church, using the Christian Harmony songbook. Recorded near Empire, Ala. 22 May 1976. Tape 1 of 5. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Unknown hymn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Bright Mansions." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Sweet Affliction." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Angel Band." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Copeland." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Zion's Dove." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Northfield." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Will You Meet Me?" #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Is it Far?" #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1291: Shape note singing by the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church, using the Christian Harmony songbook. Recorded near Empire, Ala. 22 May 1976. Tape 2 of 5. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Pilgrim's Triumph." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Youthful Blessing." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "This Heavy Load, I Lay Aside." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "The Gospel Pool." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Lonsdale." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "The Day of Days." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "What a Day." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Home." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1292: Shape note singing by the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church, using the Christian Harmony songbook. Recorded near Empire, Ala. 22 May 1976. Tape 3 of 5. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Unknown hymn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Weary Rest." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Gospel Waves." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Not Made with Hands." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Contented Soldier." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "My Trust." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Volunteers." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Fleeting Days." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Watchman." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1293: Shape note singing by the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church, using the Christian Harmony songbook. Recorded near Empire, Ala. 22 May 1976. Tape 4 of 5. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Traveling On." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Liberty." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Raymond." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "On My Way." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Precious Stone." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "I'll Save My Lord." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "America." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Thorny Desert." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Among that Band." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Mediation." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1294: Shape note singing by the Little Vine Primitive Baptist Church, using the Christian Harmony songbook. Recorded near Empire, Ala. 22 May 1976. Tape 5 of 5. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Traveling On." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Liberty." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1295: Acoustic guitar blues by Frank Staton, African American performer from Marion, Ala. Interview and music with Frank Pickett, African American singer from Mooresville, Limestone County, Ala. 10 May 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Unknown song, Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. Unknown song, Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "T for Texas," Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. Unknown song, Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Going Across the Ocean," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Lawyer and the Hypocrite," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. Memorate, Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Borrowed Land," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Worrying Me," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1296: Recording of the 7th Annual Hollering Contest at Spivey's Corner, N.C. 21 June 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Larry Love, Raleigh, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. Sheldon Smoke, Cullowhee, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. Danny Beatty, Clover, S.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. Greg Beatty, Gastonia, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. Mark Stone, Andrews Air Force Base, Md. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. Buff Morris, Canyon, Tex. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. Les Campbell, Bristol Tenn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. Nicholson Perry, Herndon, Va. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. Rodney Harris, Wake Forest, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. Lyle Terrell, Dunn, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. Chip Poston, Greenville, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. John Mapes, Goldsboro, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. Beverly Bound, Fort Bragg, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. Steve Ennis, Dudley N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. Charlie Harrison, Richmond, Va. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
16. Rick Barnes, Lumberton, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
17. Claude Moore, Rocky Mount, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
18. Frank Zonlow, Newberry, Fla. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
19. Jim McDowell, Gainesville, Fla. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
20. Bread Wonder, Newberry, Fla. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
21. Pat Curran, St. Paul, Minn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
22. Ermon Godwin, Announcer. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
23. Larry Wheeler of North Carolina Bicentennial Commission. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
24. Henry Parsons, Samson County, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
25. Bobby Orr, Cleveland, Tenn. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
26. May Tart, Johnson County, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
27. Ben F. Lee, Dunn, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
28. Frank "Possum" Gillis, Fayetteville, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
29. Calvin Coolidge White, Dean of King's College in Raleigh, N.C. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-1297: Traditional Appalachian folksongs, sung by father and daughter, Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey, recorded in Marshall, N.C. October 1975. Dubs of gospel recordings sung by E. C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair," Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Little Sparrow," Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "White House Blues," Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Go Down, Moses," Morris Norton and Evelyn Ramsey. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. Unknown gospel song, E. C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. Unknown gospel song, E. C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. Unknown gospel song, E. C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-9653: Cas Wallin, Radio Show. July-August 1976. Reel 1. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-9654: Cas Wallin, Radio Show. July-August 1976. Reel 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-9655: Dellie Norton, Cas Wallin, and Morris Norton recorded near Marshall, N.C. 5 October 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-9656: Evelyn Ramsey and Cas Wallin in Madison County, N.C. J. B. Lenoir dubbed from Chess LP. February 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12773: Frank Staton of Cullman, Ala. Recorded at Warrior, Ala. 10 May 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Let Me be Your Little Dog until Your Big Dog Comes." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "TB Blues." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "California Blues." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Fallin', Catch Me by the Hand." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "All Around the Water Tank." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Mississippi River Blues." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Old Pal of Mine." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "For You and for Home." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Candy Man." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "John Henry," with knife slide. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Missouri Waltz." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Long Gone Blues." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. "Frisco," with knife. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "Are You Waitin'." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. "Let's Say Goodbye Like We Say Hello." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
16. "Lonesome Blues." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12774: Frank Staton in Warrior, Ala. Frank Pickett in Mooresville, Ala. 10 May 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Cullman Waltz," Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Movin' On," Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "I'm Going Away," Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Little Too Close to Ride," Frank Staton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Going Across the Ocean," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "The Liar and the Hypocrite," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. Frank Pickett interview. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Wait for the Rising Sun," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Sinner You Ougtta Pray," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12775: Hollerin' Contest in Spivey's Corner, N.C. 21 June 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12776: "Sam" and Bill Jackson in West Springs, S.C. (Jonesville, S.C.) 25 June 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12777: Sam and Bill Jackson in West Springs, S.C. (Jonesville, S.C.) 26 June 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Sam Jackson (Peg): Toasts. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. Bill Jackson: Haints and treasure hunts. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12778: Albert Hash, fiddler. Mouth of Wilson, Va. 5 August 1975. Tullos with Gary Shivers, WUNC-FM. Tape 1 of 3. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Talk. Old time fiddling. Making a fiddle. His fiddles. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. In the workshop. Wood. Details of fiddle making. His tools. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12779: Albert Hash, fiddler. Mouth of Wilson, Va. 5 August 1975. Tullos with Gary Shivers, WUNC-FM. Tape 2 of 3. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. The fiddles in his shop. Violin books. Violin makers. Fiddle tunes spoken about. Thornton Spencer talks about Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Sally Goodin'." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Flop Eared Mule. " #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Rabbit up a Gum Stump. " #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Cacklin Hen. " #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Arkansas Traveler. " #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Hangmans' Reel." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12780: Albert Hash, fiddler. Mouth of Wilson, Va. 5 August 1975. Tape 3 of 3. Thornton Spencer, guitar; Albert Hash, fiddle. Songs by Nancy Blevins. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Cluck Old Hen," Thornton Spencer and Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Sourwood Mountain," Thornton Spencer and Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Train 45," Thornton Spencer and Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Old Sport," Thornton Spencer and Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Alabama Gals," Thornton Spencer and Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Casey Jones," Nancy Blevins. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Cumberland Gap," Nancy Blevins. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Ol Molly Hare," Nancy Blevins. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. Albert Hash talks about Thornton Spencer. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12781: Felix Blackwell, guitar, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. 29 August 1975. Fred Beckett in Tuscaloosa, Ala. 29 August 1975. Norman E. Smith, potter, in Lawley, Ala. 30 August 1975. Frank Pickett in Mooresville, Ala. 2 September 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Pickaway," Felix Blackwell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Soldier's Joy," Felix Blackwell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Flop Eared Mule," Felix Blackwell. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Molly Hare," Fred Beckett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Arkansas Traveler," Fred Beckett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Staten Island Ferry," Fred Beckett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. Norman E. Smith, potter. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. Frank Pickett talks about biography. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "In This Field," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. Biblical interpretations, Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. Adam and Eve, Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Blessed be the Name," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. Talk, Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "Sinner You Oughtta Pray," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. Work, TVA, Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
16. "I Want Jesus to Walk with Me," Frank Pickett. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12782: Frank Pickett in Mooresville, Ala. 2 September 1975. Tape 2 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. Talks about self. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Who Built the Ark." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Walk in Jerusalem." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. Talk. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Going Across the Ocean," verse and sung. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12783: Gospel Jubilators in Durham, N.C. Mack Floyd, baritone; Frank Poinsette, first lead; Pete Connor, bass; Barney Floyd, lead; Caddie Laws, tenor, lead. 14 September 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Joshua." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Life the Life." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Meet You in Morning." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12784: Bobby McMillan in Lenoir, N.C. 30 September 1975. Jean Woodring in Boone, N.C. 1 October 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Frankie Silvers," Bobby McMillan. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Fair Ellender and the Brown Girl," Bobby McMillan. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "House Carpenter," Bobby McMillan. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Darlin Corey," Bobby McMillan. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Old Man Under the Hill," Bobby McMillan. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. Booger tales: Witch and Silver Bullet; Witch and Butterfly; How to be a Witch. Bobby McMillan. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "The Blind Child," Jean Woodring. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Roving Cowboy," Jean Woodring. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12785: Jean Woodring in Boone, N.C. 1 October 1975. Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller in Mouth of Wilson, Va. 2 October 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Knoxville Girl," Jean Woodring. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Molly Hare," Thornton Spencer and Flurry Dowe. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Today Has Been a Lonesome Day," Thornton Spencer and Flurry Dowe. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Whoa Mule," Thornton Spencer and Flurry Dowe. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "8th of January," Thornton Spencer and Flurry Dowe. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Soldiers Joy," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Liberty," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Roving Gambler," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Leather Britches," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Cripple Creek," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Cripple Creek," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, and Albert Hash. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Turkey in the Straw," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. "The Soldier and the Lady," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "Little Rosewood Casket," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. "Shady Grove," Thornton Spencer, Flurry Dowe, Albert Hash, and Audrey Hash Miller. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12786: Evelyn Ramsey and Morris Norton in Marshall, N.C. 5 October 1975. E.C. and Orna Ball, dubbed from Rounder extended play 45 rpm record. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Black is the Color," Evelyn Ramsey. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Wish I Was a Sparrow," Morris Norton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Nine Pound Hammer," Morris Norton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "White House Blues," Morris Norton. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Go Down Moses," E.C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "I Been a Hard Working Pilgrim," E.C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Someday I Will," E.C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Believe," E.C. and Orna Ball. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12787: Sacred Harp, Oak Hill Baptist Church, near Oxford, Alabama. 9 November 1975. Tape 1 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Save, Lord, or We Perish." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Greenfield." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "The Golden Harp." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Adoration." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Camper." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Showers of Blessing." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Lena." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Redemption." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Exhilaration." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Canaan's Land." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Holly Springs." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "The Weary Soul." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. "Columbiana." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "Creen Street." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. "Sacred Throne." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
16. "Norwich." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
17. "New Bethel." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
18. [Unidentified songs.] #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
19. "Eternal Day." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12788: Sacred Harp, Oak Hill Baptist Church, near Oxford, Alabama. 9 November 1975. Tape 2 of 2. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Peace and Joy." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Ballstown." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "I'm Going Home." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Praise God." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "A Few More Years." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "In Thy Praise." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Schenectady." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Montgomery." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "The Spirit Shall Return." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Lenox." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "Arbacoochee." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Struggle On." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. "Ocean." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "New Britain." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. "The Last Words of Copernicus." #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12789: Peg Leg Sam, 3 December 1975. Traveling Echoes (dubbings), recorded in Charleston, S.C. December 1975. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Blood Red River Blues," Peg Leg Sam. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Freight Train," Peg Leg Sam. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12790: Frank Pickett in Mooresville, Ala. 5 January 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12791: Elva Johnson and Homer Walker in West Virginia. 19 February 1976. Carper Family and Golden Voices in West Virginia. 21 February 1976. Recorded by Allen Tullos and Edward Cabbell. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12792: Gospel Family Affair and Naomi Jordan in Rand, W.Va. 18 February 1976. Elva Johnson in Meadow Creek, W.Va. 19 February 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12793: W.O. Inman in Charleston, W.Va. [Note: Performer is identified on tape cover as "W.O. Inman" and on enclosed notes as "W.O. Iman."] West Virginia Golden Voices, dubbed from tapes of Grady Price in Charleston, W.Va. Delbert Hughes in Ohley, W.Va. 23 February 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

1. "Walking in the Parlor," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
2. "Old Dinah," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
3. "Cripple Creek," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
4. "Chicken Reel," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
5. "Jimmy Johnson," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
6. "Muddy Lane," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
7. "Sally Good'n," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
8. "Little Gal Dressed in Blue," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
9. "Sandy River Belle," W.O. Inman. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
10. "Move Satan," West Virginia Golden Voices. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
11. "He'll Bring Peace to You," West Virginia Golden Voices. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
12. "Have You Ever Been Touched," West Virginia Golden Voices. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
13. "Separation Line," West Virginia Golden Voices. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
14. "Katy Hill," Delbert Hughes. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
15. "Billy in the Lowground," Delbert Hughes. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
16. "Callahan," Delbert Hughes. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
17. "Jody," Delbert Hughes. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,
18. "Salt River," Delbert Hughes. #20043, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985.,

FT-12794: Mose Vinson and Grandma Dixie in Memphis, Tenn. 12 March 1976. Percy Copeland, Ida Copeland, Bookmiller Shannon, Lonnie Avery, and Adrian Parks in Mt. View, Ark. 16 March 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12795: Bookmiller Shannon and Glen Bronscum in Mt. View, Ark. 16 March 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12796: Sam Younger and group, Regina and Rebecca Copeland, Asbern Avey, Roger Moody Family, Dale and Betty Copeland, and Glen Bronscum in Mt. View, Ark. 16 March 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12797: Mose Vinson, F.T. Lewis, "Ma Rainey" - Lilly May Glover, Sonny Blake, and Harry Godwin in Greenwood, Miss. 3 April 1976. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12798: Back Porch Music, WUNC, Chapel Hill, N.C. Summer 1979. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12799: Back Porch Music, WUNC, Chapel Hill, N.C. Summer 1979. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12800: Tommie Bass, 8 July 1981. Myles Horton at Highlander Center. 13 July 1981. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12801: 1982 Annual Meeting of the Southern Regional Council, Inc., "Organizing the South." 5 November 1982. "Organizing the South's Workplace," 6 November 1982. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12802: Ethel Hilliard interviewed by Allen Tullos in Burlington, N.C. C. Peck present. 16 November 1982. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12803: SRC Lillian Smith Awards Dinner. "Southwind," Boyd Lewis, WABE, Atlanta, Ga. Elise Witt and Harry Ashmore. 18 November 1982. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

FT-12804: Shirley Chisolm in Atlanta, Ga. Luncheon. 5 September 1985. #20043, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1973-1985."

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Processed by: SFC Staff and Emily Jack, 1990 and 2007

Encoded by: Allyn Meredith, July 2004

Revised by Emily Jack in May 2007 because of addition.

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