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Finding Aids to Collections Organized by Topic in the Archive of Folk Culture

A LIST OF FIDDLERS ON FIELD RECORDINGS
IN THE ARCHIVE OF FOLK CULTURE

Compiled by: Archive of Folk Culture
Series Editor: Joseph C. Hickerson

Publication Date: June 1977


For additional information about Archive of Folk Culture collections, contact the Folklife Reading Room. To request copies, see our webpages regarding audio materials and photographic materials. Please refer to the AFC and/or AFS numbers when requesting information. All indications of time duration listed in this finding aid are estimates.

AFS 20-21: Wayne Perry. Crowley, Louisiana. Recorded by John A. Lomax, June 1934.

AFS 23: Horace Foreman with son (straw). Morse, Louisiana. Recorded by John A. Lomax, June 1934.

AFS 74A, 76-77: James Howard. Harlan, Kentucky. Recorded by John A. Lomax, August 1933.

AFS 299-301: Ed Morrison. American Folksong Festival, Ashland, Kentucky. Recorded by Jean Thomas, June 1934.

AFS 537-540: J.D. Dillingham/A.J. Miers/Hudson. Austin, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, October 1935.

AFS 556B: Ervie Mareyas, Red King. San Antonio, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1935.

AFS 567A: J.D. Dillingham, etc. Austin, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, October 1935.

AFS 570: Lewis H. Propps. Pleasanton, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1936.

AFS 578: J.D. Dillingham, etc. Austin, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, October 1935.

AFS 620: Propps and King, Pleasanton, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1936.

AFS 623A: D.L. Dillingham/A.J. Means/J.W. Means. Austin, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, February 1936.

AFS 659-660: King/King. San Antonio, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, February 1936.

AFS 670 A2: Milton Burnett. Throckmorton, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, October 1935.

AFS 837; 841: Marion Rees (fiddle and fife). Zionville, North Carolina. Recorded by John A. Lomax, July 1936.

AFS 898 B2-899A2; 900: Vernon, Carl and Otis Light. Llano, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1937.

AFS 899B2: J.D. Dillingham and O.J. Light. Llano, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1937.

AFS 918: J.C. Fowler, Elic Buckner, and Alva Ruffner. Lubbock, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1937.

AFS 930: E.K. Bowman. Abilene, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, February 1937.

AFS 947: Fowler, Buckner, Ruffner. Lubbock, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, January 1937.

AFS 1019: Jilson Setters. Ashland, Kentucky. Recorded by John A. Lomax, June 1937.

AFS 1347A3: Wilson Ramsey. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1347A4: Guy Farmer. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1347A5: Ray Hughes. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1347B2: Drake Brady. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1349B1: John Rector, with Robert Catron. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1350B: Arthur Wooten. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1352B1, B2, B3: John Rector, Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Bess Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1374-1376: Jim Howard. Harlan, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, September 1937.

AFS 1461B1, B2: T.G. Hoskins (vocal and fiddle). Hyden, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1465A2-1467: Lee and Ray Skeens. Wooten, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1502-1503, 1505: George C. Nicholson. Providence, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.

AFS 1516; 1518-1520: T.G. Hoskins. Hyden, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1520: M. Asher. Hyden, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1525-1528: Boyd Asher. Hyden, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1527: Jimmy Hammick. Hyden, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1531B; 1534; 1536-1539A: Luther Strong. Hazard, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1536B; 1538B: Bev Bailey. Hazard, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1558B2, B3, B4; 1559A: Munroe Garedon (and guitar and banjo). Salyersville, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1568A; 1569A; 1572B2; 1573; 1574A1: W.M. Stepp. Salyersville, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1600B1, B2: W.M. Stepp (plus banjo). Salyersville, Kentucky. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, October 1937.

AFS 1622A1: Otis Rindlisbacher. Wisconsin. Recorded by Alan Lomax, May 1938.

AFS 1690A2: Group. Cincinnati, Ohio. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, March 1938.

AFS 1692A1, B2, B3: Jimmie Powers and guitar. Cincinnati, Ohio. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, March 1938.

AFS 1713-1715: Henry Davis. Hamilton, Ohio. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, March 1938.

AFS 1733B4; 1738; 1739: T.M. Bryant. Evansville, Indiana. Recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, April 1938.

AFS 1834A2-1841: B.L. Lunsford. Asheville, New York. Recorded by Hibbitt and Greet, February 1935.

AFS 2269, 2272: Pat Bonner. St. James, Michigan. Recorded by Alan Lomax, August, 1938.

AFS 2409B; 2410A: Fred Fuco. Grandville, Michigan. Recorded by Alan Lomax, October 1938.

AFS 2469-70: Joe and Clarence Cloud (plus guitar). Odanah, Wisconsin. Recorded by Alan Lomax, October 1938.

AFS 2618A: Frank Goodwyn (plus guitar). Sarita, Texas. Recorded by John A. and Ruby T. Lomax, April 1939.

AFS 2619B-2620: Lake N. Porter. Falfurnas, Texas. Recorded by John A. and Ruby T. Lomax, April 1939.

AFS 2635-6: Clinton Swathoff (plus guitar). Bandera, Texas. Recorded by John A. and Ruby T. Lomax, May 1939.

AFS 2717A: Fred Perry (plus guitar). Rarford, Florida. Recorded by John A. and Ruby T. Lomax, June 1939.

AFS 2740-41: J.W. (Peg) Hatcher. Ferrum, Virginia. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, March 1939.

AFS 2742-45A: H.L. Maxey. Ferrum, Virginia. Recorded by Herbert. Halpert, March 1939.

AFS 2971-74: W.E. Claunch (plus guitar). Guntown, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 2998-3002; 3003: John Hatcher. Inka, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3002-3003: John Brown. Inka, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3035B-3036: Frank Kittrall (Plus straws). Meridian, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3037-3038A: Harvey C. Sharp (plus guitar). Meridian, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3038B-3039A: W.A. Bledsoe (plus banjo). Meridian, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3042B-3044B: Charles L. Long (plus straws). Quitman, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3045B-3048: Stephen B. Tucker. Meridan, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3054B etc.: Enos Canoy. Magee, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3057B-3058A: Jim Myer (plus straws). Magee, Mississippi. Recorded by Herbert Halpert, May 1939.

AFS 3156-3157A: Tink Queer (plus guitars). Ligoniar, Pennsylvania. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, November 1936.

AFS 3213A; 3214A: R.R. Denoon (plus guitar). Springfield, Missouri. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, December 1936.

AFS 3213B: Frank (Dad) Hendrick (plus guitar). Springfield, Missouri. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, December, 1936.

AFS 3245B1: Pennsylvania miner. Chicago, Illinois. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, May 1937.

AFS 3247A2, A3: Mr. Peterson (Pennsylvania). Chicago, Illinois. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, May 1937.

AFS 3255: Ottis Rindlisbacher (Wisconsin). Chicago, Illinois. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, May 1937.

AFS 3278-3279: Leizime Brusoe. Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, July 1937.

AFS 3306, 3307B: Sanford Rich (etc.). Arthurdale, West Virgina. Recorded by C. Seeger, August 1936.

AFS 3311-3312A: Russell Wise (plus guitar). Madison, Florida. Recorded by Margaret Valiant, September 1936.

AFS 3312B: Bill Carr (plus guitar). Madison, Florida. Recorded by Margaret Valiant, September 1936.

AFS 3328A2: Le Franklin. Indro, California. Recorded by Margaret Valiant, February 1939.

AFS 3359A2, B-3360: John Stone. Columbia, California. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, August 1939.

AFS 3575B: Bob and Dewey Hamrick (plus guitar). Elkins, West Virginia. Recorded by Gordon Barnes, April, 1939.

AFS 3676B, 3680A: Mr. Miller (plus organ, banjo). Mitchell, South Dakota. Recorded by Nicholas Ray, October 1939.

AFS 3680B: Indian Tom. Mitchell, South Dakota. Recorded by Nicholas Ray, October 1939.

AFS 3688A-3692A1: L.O. Weeks. Springfield, Vermont. Recorded by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939.

AFS 3692A2-3699: Elmer Barton. Springfield, Vermont. Recorded by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939.

AFS 3717B-3718: J.H. Buck (plus piano, trumpet). East Bethel, Vermont. Recorded by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939.

AFS 3719B-3723: Ed Larkin (etc.). Chelsea, Vermont. Recorded by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939.

AFS 3762B-3763A; 3764: Wade Ward. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Pete Seeger and Alan Lomax, January 1939.

AFS 3901B-3902B: G.G. Albritton (plus straws). Sebring, Florida. Recorded by C.D. Corse and R. Cornwall, July 1940.

AFS 4082B: Crockett Ward. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by John A. and Ruby T. Lomax, November 1940.

AFS 4090A; 4101A: Luther Quinton (plus guitar). Arvin, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, July 1940.

AFS 4107B-4108A: Willard Brewer (plus guitar). Shafter, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert. Sonkin, August 1940.

AFS 4128B3: J.D. Allen (plus guitar). Visalia, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1940.

AFS 4130A1: Elick Orr (plus guitar). Visalia, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1940.

AFS 4177, 4189: Leizime Brusoe. Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Recorded by Robert Draves, August 1940.

AFS 4219-4221; 4222B: John Sellack. Camino, California. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, October 1939.

AFS 4226A3-4227: Mrs. Ben Scott (plus tenor banjo). Turlock, California. Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell, October 1939.

AFS 4484: Patrick Bonner. Beaver Island, Michigan. Recorded by Ivan Walton, September 1941.

AFS 4692-4694A2; 4698: Mrs. Carrie Grover (Gorham, Maine). New Jersey. Recorded by Ivan Walton, April 1941.

AFS 4788B7: Berend Boston (plus guitar). Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4788B8; 4790A8: Bill Hensley (plus banjo). Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4789B1: Sam Hughes. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, August 1941.

AFS 4793B10: Glenn Mead. Fries Virginia. Recorded by Alan Lomax, August 1941.

AFS 4794B; 4795A4, B (etc.?): Marcus Martin. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax etc., August 1941.

AFS 4797B3, B4 (etc.?): Bill Hensley and Sam Hughes (two fiddles and banjo). Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4798A1, A6; 4799A2: Hosea Helton. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4799A1, A3: Bill Hensley. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4799A5: Marcus Martin. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4804B3, B5; 4806A2, A3 (etc.?): Helton Brothers (fiddle and banjo). Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4808: ?. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4936A, B (etc.?): Burton Stoneman. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Lomax etc., August 1941.

AFS 4937-4940; 4944-4946: ?. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4938B2 (etc.?): Emmett Lundy (plus guitar). Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 4939A2: "Discussion of long bow and short bow". Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Lomax, etc., August 1941.

AFS 5012-5015: Leizime Brusoe (orchestra). Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Recorded by Robert Draves, August 1941.

AFS 5016-5018: Otis Rindlisbacher. Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Recorded by Robert Draves, August 1941.

AFS 5031A: Clayton Aldrich. Cherry Creek, New York. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, June 1941.

AFS 5116B1: Charles Henry and Bernice McGinty (two fiddles, guitar and bones). Visalia, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1941.

AFS 5117A1: John Welton (plus guitar). Visalia, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1941.

AFS 5123B2, B3: Mr. Pace (plus guitar). Visalia, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1941.

AFS 5129A1: Winningham boys. Porterville, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1941.

AFS 5136B1, B2: Bill Robinson (plus guitar). Visalia, California. Recorded by Charles Todd and Robert Sonkin, August 1941.

AFS 5215-5216A; 5217B: Lefty Girard (plus orchestra). Ripton, Vermont. Recorded by Philip Cohen, 1941.

AFS 5216B; 5218A1; 5220A; 5224B1: Dan Dragon. Ripton, Vermont. Recorded by Philip Cohen, 1941.

AFS 5274B2-5275A2; 5277B-5278A1; 5279B2-5280B3: Fred Painter (plus guitar, mandolin). Galena, Missouri. Recorded by Vance Randolph September 1941.

AFS 5295A-5296A1: Rufe Scott. Galena, Missouri. Recorded by Vance Randolph, October 1941.

AFS 5314-5317; 5319-5326A1: Lon Jordon (some with piano). Farmington, Arkansas. Recorded by Vance Randolph, October 1941.

AFS 5328B2, B3: Rufe Scott. Galena, Missouri. Recorded by Vance Randolph, November 1941.

AFS 5376-5379: Lon Jordan. Farmington, Arkansas. Recorded by Vance Randolph, December 1941.

AFS 5421-5425A3: Delbert McGrath. Day, Missouri. Recorded by Vance Randolph, April 1942.

AFS 5622-5623: Mrs. F.E. Goodwyn (plus guitar). Hebbronville, Texas. Recorded by JohnA. Lomax, 1941.

AFS 5638-5642A: Al Brite (plus guitar). Falfurria, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, 1941.

AFS 5645-5646: Bob McClary (plus orchestra). Dallas, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, February 1942.

AFS 5647B-5648A; 5652A2, A3; 5673: Hence Barrow. Odessa, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, July; 1942.

AFS 6049A, B2-6050B: Roger Robinson. Bowdoinham, Maine. Recorded by Eloise Hubbard. Linscott, November 1941.

AFS 6051A-6053A: Nathansel Young (and bones). Rockland, Maine. Recorded by Eloise Hubbard Linscott, November 1941.

AFS 6053B-6056B: Frank Cates. Rockland, Maine. Recorded by Eloise Hubbard Linscott, November 1941.

AFS 6057A-6058A; 6069A-B1: Herbert D. Farnham. Swanville, Maine. Recorded by Eloise Hubbard Linscott, November 1941.

AFS 6354A-6356B: Michael Cruise (from Tuscon, Arizona). Washington, D.C. Recorded by Alan Lomax, 1942.

AFS 6492A1-A3, B3-6493B: Wagoner Brothers (plus two guitars). Elon College, North Carolina. Recorded by Fletcher Collins, 1941.

AFS 6678; 6681-82: Ford Britton (plus guitar) [Negro]. Nashville, Tennessee. Recorded by John Work, 1942.

AFS 6679A2-6680B; 6682B: Frank Patterson (plus banjo) [Negro]. Nashville, Tennessee. Recorded by John Work, 1942.

AFS 6723B; 6727A, B: Hobart Smith (plus banjo and guitar). Saltville, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Lomax, 1942.

AFS 6901-6904: Bill Bilyeu (plus guitar?). Day, Missouri. Recorded by V. Randolph, 1943.

AFS 6964B-6965A1: Jeff Guthrie (plus accordion). Pampa, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, September 1942.

AFS 6966B; 6967B2: Jeff Guthrie (plus accordion and guitar). Pampa, Texas. Recorded by John A. Lomax, September 1942.

AFS 7037: Michael Cruise from Tuscon, Arizona. Washington D.C. Recorded by B.A. Botkin, April 1943.

AFS 7731B-7735A: Jack Mizel. Okefinokee region, Georgia. Recorded by Francis Harper, August 1944.

AFS 7759A-7760B: Harry Robinson. Phoenica, New York. Recorded by Charles Hoffman and B.A. Botkin, August 1944.

AFS 7879A; 7881; 7883A, etc.: Marcus Martin. Swannanoa, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, September 1942.

AFS 7931B-7933A: George L. Hawkins. Renfro Valley, Kentucky. Recorded by Artus Moser, April 1946.

AFS 7934A1: Bill Hensley. Renfro Valley, Kentucky. Recorded by Artus Moser, April 1946.

AFS 7934A2: Marcus Martin. Renfro Valley, Kentucky. Recorded by Artus Moser, April 1946.

AFS 7942A1: George L. Hawkins. Renfro Valley, Kentucky. Recorded by Artus Moser, April 1946.

AFS 7948A: John Weaver (plus guitar). Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, July 1946.

AFS 7950A1, A3; 7955B2: Bill Hensley. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, July 1946.

7950A2; 7955A: Marcus Martin. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, July, 1946.

AFS 7950B: Unknown fiddlers (group?). Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, July 1946.

AFS 7952A: Eric Johnson. Asheville, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, July 1946.

AFS 7976A, B: Marcus Martin. Swannanoa, North Carolina. Recorded by Artus Moser, July 1946.

AFS 7994: James Muldowney. Newkirk, Pennsylvania. Recorded by George Korson, January 1946.

AFS 8474A-8479B: F.M. Howell (plus R. Crisp on banjo). Allen, Kentucky. Recorded by Margot Mayo, September 1946.

AFS 8480A-8482B: Sam Leslie (plus guitar). Allen, Kentucky. Recorded by Margot Mayo, September 1946.

AFS 8485A-8486B: Andy and Hasroe Ward. Buckingham, Kentucky. Recorded by Margot Mayo, September 1946.

AFS 8506A-8512A; 8513A-8513B: John Lusk (plus guitar and banjo). Campaign, Tennessee. Recorded by Margot Mayo, September 1946.

AFS 8519A-8520A: "Uncle" Jim Trentham. Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Recorded by Margot Mayo, September 1946.

AFS 8523A; 8524A1: Hardy Crisp (plus guitar). Bryson City, North Carolina. Recorded by Margot Mayo, 1946.

AFS 8544-I; 8551-8552: Marcus Martin. Ararat, North Carolina. Recorded by Margot Mayo, September, 1946.

AFS 9183; 9186: Wordell Martin. New York. Recorded by Louis Jones, ca. 1946.

AFS 9299B-9300A-B1: Will Capps, Jack Turner. Patagonia, Arizona. Recorded by Doris Seibold, ca. 1948.

AFS 9350: George Copeland. Texos (at Tuscon, Arizona). Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9350: Larry Gage. Tuscon, Arizona. Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9350: Shorty Hamby. Tuscon, Arizona. Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9350: Roy Mack. Tuscon, Arizona. Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9350: Pugs Scotts (female). Benson, Arizona. Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9350: Bill Bradley. Tuscon, Arizona. Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9350: Matt Kinmann. Tuscon, Arizona. Recorded by Charles Wiley, February 1948.

AFS 9494A etc.: B.L. Lunsford. Washington, D.C. Recorded by Duncan Emrich 1949.

AFS 10,009A: Little Andy Edwards. Erwin, Tennessee. Recorded by Maud Karpeles and Sidney Robertson Cowell, October 1950.

AFS 10,075B: Jim Means. Goshen, Arkansas. Recorded by Merlin Mitchell, December 1949.

AFS 10,080B: Pete Morris (plus Haw, guitar). Goshen, Arklansas. Recorded by Merlin Mitchell, May 1950.

AFS 10,366: Karl Hutcheson. From Western Montana. Recorded by William Alderson, November 1946.

AFS 10,492: Ivey Scott. Harkers Island, North Carolina. Recorded by George and Jean Pickow, ca. 1951.

AFS 10,493: Clarence Farrell (plus guitar). ? Recorded by George and Jean Pickow, ca. 1951.

AFS 10,502-10,503: Sullivan (Tennessee) plus Cadle? Portland, Oregon. Recorded by Sam Eskin.

AFS 10,504: String Dusters (string band?). ? Recorded by Sam Eskin, January 1950.

AFS 10,504: Uncle Jim Trentham and Dewey Cook (?). Recorded by Sam Eskin, December 1949.

AFS 10,806: Alvis Wood (plus guitar). Combs, Arkansas. Recorded by Merlin Mitchell, July 1950.

AFS 10,812: Tom Boyd. Patrick, Arkansas. Recorded by Merlin Mitchell, November 1950.

AFS 10,813: Frank Sizemore. Salisaw, Oklahoma. Recorded by Merlin Mitchell, November 1950.

AFS 10,819; 10,820: Elzie Thurman (plus guitars). Highland, Arkansas. Recorded by Irene Carlisle, May 1951.

AFS 10,821: Elzie and Kenneth Thurman (two fiddles and guitar). Highland, Arkansas. Recorded by Irene Carlisle, May 1951.

AFS 18,824-10,825: James M. (Skeeter) Walden. Busch, Arkansas. Recorded by Irene Carlisle, November 1951.

AFS 10,891: Floyd Burchett. Brushy Fork, Pike Co., Kentucky. Recorded by Wyatt Insko, July 1954.

AFS 11,302: Tom Dillon from Webster Co., West Virginia. Washington, D.C.

AFS 11,330-11,331: Darke County (Ohio Fiddler's Contest). Recorded by John Ballor and Bruce Buckley, ca.. 1950.

AFS 11,416: Hardy Crisp (plus two guitars). Smokemont, North Carolina. Recorded by Joseph S. Hall, ca. 1941.

AFS 11,417: Wayne Wright (plus guitar, etc.). Hazelwood, North Carolina. Recorded by Joseph S. Hall, ca. 1941.

AFS 11,417: Deck Bumgamer (plus guitar). Allens Creek, North Carolina. Recorded by Joseph S. Hall, 1941.

AFS 11,689: Albert Vergason (plus guitar). Sweden Valley, Pennsylvania. Recorded by Frank Hoffman, August 1959.

AFS 11,691: Charles Strippling (plus guitar). Kennedy, Alabama. Recorded by Ray B. Browne, July 1952.

AFS 11,710-11,711: Marion Sumner. Hazard, Kentucky. Recorded by John Cohen, ca. 1958.

AFS 11,710: James Crase. Bear Branch, Kentucky . Recorded by John Cohen, 1958.

AFS 11,870; 11,872; 11,873: Tom Leath (plus guitar). Hurley, Missouri. Recorded by Sherman Lee Pompey, May 1960.

AFS 11,887-11,888: James M. Walden. Busch, Arkansas. Recorded by Irene Carlisle, December 1951.

AFS 11,889: Wilkerson Fritch (plus guitar). Winslow, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary, C. Parler, August, 1953.

AFS 11,894: Joseph Page. Trent, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, April 1954.

AFS 11,895: Fred Smith. Bentonville, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, December 1954.

AFS 11,897: Jimmie Morrie. Timbo, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, November 1954.

AFS 11,897: Absie Morrison. Campbell, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, November 1954.

AFS 11,897: Ben Pollard. Elkings, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, November 1954.

AFS 11,899: Fred Smith. Bentonville, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, October 1955.

AFS 11,899: Leroy Gardner. Gayetteville, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler October, 1955.

AFS 11,903: Milton Battles. Salem, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, April 1948.

AFS 12,004: Robert Shiflett. Brown's Cove, Virginia. Recorded by George Foss, July 1961.

AFS 12,035: Artis Burnett (plus guitar). Huntsvilee, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, July 1959.

AFS 12,036: Lou Gabbard (plus three guitars). St. Paul, Arkansas. Recorded by Mary C. Parler, July 1959.

AFS 12,048: J.M. Cansler. Newport, Arkansas. Recorded by Jim Coe, Spring, 1957.

AFS 12,310: Harry Robinson (song with guitars, etc.). Catskill region, New York. Recorded by Norman Cazden, 1946-1960.

AFS 12,310: Grover Hornbeck (plus guitar). Catskill region, New York. Recorded by Norman Cazden, August 1948.

AFS 12,310: John Coss. Catskill region, New York. Recorded by Norman Cazden, August 1954.

AFS 12,310: Walden Van Wagner (plus guitar). Catskill region, New York. Recorded by Norman Cazden, 1948 and 1952.

AFS 12,310; 12,311: Grant Rogers (some with guitar, etc.). Rock Rift, New York. Recorded by Norman Cazden, 1952-1960.

AFS 12,359-12,361: Robert Beach. Logan, Iowa/Springfield, Virginia. Recorded by Joseph C. Hickerson, March 1966.

AFS 12,396: Earnest East (plus dulcimer). Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Scott Odell, August 1965.

AFS 12,396: Otis Burris (plus dulcimer). Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Scott Odell, August 1965.

AFS 12,397: Earnest East (plus banjo, guitars, mandolin). Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Scott Odell, August 1965.

AFS 12,397: Earnest East (plus banjo, guitar). Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Scott Odell, August 1965.

AFS 12,397: Otis Burris (plus banjo, guitar). Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Scott Odell, August 1965.

AFS 12,397: Hubert Caldwell. Galax, Virginia. Recorded by Scott Odell, August 1965.

AFS 13,031: Edsel Terry. North Durham Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, October 1965.

AFS 13,031; 13,033: Joseph T. Aiken (some with guitar). Durham Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, October 1965 and May 1966.

AFS 13,031; 13,033: Kemp Chambers. Helena, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, October 1965 and May 1966.

AFS 13,031; 13,033: Maurice Garden. W. Durham, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, October 1965 and May 1966.

AFS 13,031; 13,032: Lester Brooks (some with guitar). North Orange Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, October and November 1965.

AFS 13,032: Romie Aiken. South Person County, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, November 1965-November 1966.

AFS 13,033-13,035; 13,037: Henry Reed. Glen Lyn, Virginia. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, June and August 1966. See: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/hrhtml/hrhome.html .

AFS 13,034: Ed Hall. North Stokes County, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, June 1966.

AFS 13,034: Andrew Bennett. North Stokes Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, June 1966.

AFS 13,034: Oscar and Eugene Wright (plus guitar). Princeton, West Virginia. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, June 1966.

AFS 13,034: Ross Miller. Near Greenville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, June 1966.

AFS 13,034: Harry Dixon (Dickerson). Lindside, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, June 1966.

AFS 13,035: John Lewis. Stokes Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, August 1966.

AFS 13,035: Albert Eli King. Greensboro, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, August 1966.

AFS 13,035: D.M. Andrews. Allegheny Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, August 1966.

AFS 13,035: Kilby Reeves. Allegheny Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, August 1966.

AFS 13,036: Harlan Coble and Lonnie Corsbie (some and banjo). Guilford Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, November 1966.

AFS 13,036: Vaughan Marley. Ramseur, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, November 1966.

AFS 13,036: Earl Shatterly. Kimesville, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, November 1966.

AFS 13,037: Lonne Corsbie. Guilford Co., North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, April 1967.

AFS 13,037: Tinsey Clapp. Glen Raven, North Carolina. Recorded by Alan Jabbour, April 1967.

AFS 13,050: James J. Chisholm. Greenwood, Virginia. Recorded by John Powell, March 1934.

 

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