Format Films, Videos
- Mabel and Fatty viewing the World's Fair at San Francisco, Cal.
- Country Club / Scott Joplin
- Shall we prepare?
- Roosevelt, friend of the birds 
- The great train robbery
- Cabin Interior, Quinn River Line Camp
- Street mail car, U.S.P.O.
- Columbus's Most Prized Possession
- Haiti Fieldwork, 1936
- Pack mules with ammunition on the Santiago Trail, Cuba
- Uncle Josh at the moving picture show
- San Francisco earthquake and fire, April 18, 1906
- Great conversations: the conductors: Zubin Mehta (Segment 12)
- Admiral Dewey leading land parade, no. 2
- Two Brothers and a Dream
- Dunham Technique: Rocking horse
- Bunkhouse, Cassinelli (Mill) Ranch
- Bunkhouse and Cookhuse at Hay Camp
- A trip down Market Street before the fire
- Execution of Czolgosz, with panorama of Auburn Prison
- Great conversations: the virtuosos Segment 04)
- Les Stewart Roping Calves
- Junius Williams
- The stenographer's friend, or, What was accomplished by an ...
- Courtland Cox
- Coil winding machines, Westinghouse works
- Dunham Technique: Yonvalou
- Dunham Technique: Congo Paillette
- Bird's-eye view of San Francisco, Cal., from a balloon
- Chicago-Michigan football game
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A major figure in American blues and folk music, Big Bill Broonzy (1903-1958) left his Arkansas Delta home after World War I, headed north, and became the leading Chicago bluesman of the 1930s. His success came as he fused traditional rural blues with the electrified sound that was beginning to emerge in Chicago. This, however, was just one step in his remarkable journey: Big ...
- Contributor: Riesman, Bob - American Folklife Center - Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress)
- Original Format: Film, Video - Manuscripts/Mixed Material - Collection
- Date: 2012-11-16