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Finding Aids to Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture

NEW HAMPSHIRE COLLECTIONS
IN THE ARCHIVE OF FOLK CULTURE

Compiled by: Emily Hilliard and Clare Norcio
Series editor: Ann Hoog

Revised: November 2010


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.

AFC 1939/020: Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders Vermont and New Hampshire Recordings
Seventy-seven 12-inch discs of folk songs, ballads, fiddle tunes, and narratives, recorded in New Hampshire and Vermont by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939. The collection includes 14 pages of correspondence and a list of songs. [catalog record]

AFS 3700-3708: Nine discs containing 20 folk songs sung by Jonathan Moses. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939. (1 hour and 45 minutes; tape copy on LWO 4872 reels 240B-241A)

AFS 3749-3751: Three discs containing 6 folk songs performed by James Rattery. Recorded in Walpole, New Hampshire, by Alan Lomax and Helen Hartness Flanders, November 1939. (24 minutes; tape copy on LWO 4872 reel 244A)

AFC 1942/002: Eloise Hubbard Linscott Collection
Collection documents New England folksongs, including singing games, ballads, sea chanteys, American Indian songs, lumberjack songs, etc. Also included are radio performances, both music and spoken word. The collection includes recordings, photographic images, drawings, publications, correspondence, fieldnotes, song lyrics, transcribed music, magazine and newspaper clippings, etc. Initially, Linscott gathered materials for the book Folk Songs of Old New England (published in 1939). Fieldwork and activities that led to the book's publication, and Linscott's subsequent work, are reflected in the contents and nature of the collection. [catalog record]

AFS 6065-6066: Two 12-inch discs containing folk songs recorded in Pontocook Dam-Dummer and Tamworth, New Hampshire, performed by Nathan French and George Brown. Recorded by Eloise Hubbard Linscott, ca. 1940s.

AFC 1942/002:sr001; sr005; sr030; sr035; sr037; sr038; sr052-053; sr055; sr058; sr071-074; sr101; sr107-108; sr110; sr112; sr114; sr129; sr132-134; sr142-143; sr211-213; sr215; sr220; sr222; sr224; sr252; sr254; sr255; sr258; sr263; sr266; sr272-277; sr287-288; sr292; sr340; sr364; sr365; sr368; sr374; sr402; sr410; sr443: Fifty-six tapes containing more than 100 songs recorded in Berlin, Brookfield, Brookline, Canterbury, Clarskville, Colebrook, Concord, East Barrington, East Jaffrey, East Wolfeboro, Enfield, Freedom, Gonic, Kidderville, Laconia, Lancaster, Lebanon, Manchester, Munsonville, Nelson, Ossipee, Pittsburg, Portsmouth, Stark, Tamworth, and Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, by Eloise Hubbard Linscott, primarily 1940s-1950s.

AFC 1942/002:ph001; ph004-008; ph011; ph014-017; ph21-24; ph031; ph037-042; ph045-50; ph060-063; ph072; ph078-080; ph087-88; ph091-092; ph095-097; ph099-100; ph103; ph110; ph112; ph118-120; ph122; ph130-131; ph138; ph141; ph149-150; ph177-184; ph187-196; ph216-221; ph226; ph236: Eighty-nine black-and-white and color photographs of musicians from New Hampshire (many recorded by Linscott), landscapes, and other images from her field trips through New Hampshire. Photographs taken in Brookfield, Brookline, Canterbury, Concord, Durham, East Jaffry, Enfield, Errol, Freedom, Gonic, Kidderville, Laconia, Lake Winnipesaukee, Lancaster, Lincoln, Manchester, Munsonville, Neeham, Nelson, Pleasant Valley, Tamworth, Wolfeboro (Camp Ossipee), New Hampshire, by Eloise Hubbard Linscott, ca. 1938-1965.

AFC 1950/002: Anne and Frank Warner Collection
One hundred five discs, 17 7-inch tapes, and 2 5-inch tapes of instrumentals, interviews, readings, songs, and stories recorded in the Bahamas, Massachusetts, the Midwest, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia, by Anne and Frank M. Warner, 1940-66. The collection includes 3/16 linear inch of concordances, correspondence, fieldnotes, and lists. [catalog record] [finding aid]

AFS 10,055-10,056: Two tapes containing 84 songs and ballads performed by Lena Bourne Fish. Recorded in East Jaffrey, New Hampshire, by Anne and Frank Warner, 1940-1941.

AFS 15,321-15,334: Fourteen discs containing 83 songs performed by Lena Bourne Fish. Recorded in East Jaffrey, New Hampshire, by Anne and Frank Warner, 1940. (tape copy on LWO 7220 Reels 6B-7B; preservation tape copy on LWO 7096)

AFS 10,873-10,874: Jonas Balys / Lithuanian Folksongs
Two 10-inch tapes of Lithuanian folk songs recorded in Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin by Jonas Balys of Indiana University, ca. 1950s. The collection includes 3/8 of a linear inch of song lists and descriptions. [see also AFS 19,161-19178 and AFS 18,805]

AFS 10,873A12-14: One tape containing 3 songs sung by Antanas Zautra and Jonas Karauskas. Recorded in Nashua, New Hampshire, July 7, 1950. (12 minutes; tape copy on LWO 2273)

AFC 1967/002: William J. Sherrard Collection of Sea Stories and Songs
Fourteen tapes (various sizes) of sea stories and chanties performed by William J. "Jack" Sherrard. Recorded in Munsonville, Town of Nelson, New Hampshire, by Dave Calef, Albert G. Brissette, Sweeney Electric, and Ronald E. Lyon, 1966-1969. The collection includes 9 black-and-white photos and 3/4 of a linear inch of correspondence between Sherrard and the Archive of Folk Culture. [catalog record]

AFS 14,575: Norman Cazden / Monadnock Duplication Project
One 10-inch tape of squares, contras, and tunes recorded at Monadnock Country Club, Peterborough, New Hampshire, by Norman Cazden, July 25, 1969. The featured musicians are L.A. "Duke" Miller of Keene, New Hampshire; Arthur Quinlan of Dover, Massachusetts; Allan Block of Hancock, New Hampshire; Robert C. McQuillen of Dublin, New Hampshire; and Paul L. Lawrence of Keene, New Hampshire. The collection includes 4 pages of notes. (1 hour, 10 minutes; LWO 6526)

AFS 14,602-14,603: Charles S. Adams / New England Recordings
Two 10-inch tapes of folklore, folksongs, and fiddle tunes recorded in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont, by Charles S. Adams, August 1961. The collection includes 19 pages of song lists.

AFS 14,602: One tape containing a recording of James Hall of Keene, New Hampshire, recorded August 21, 1961, and a recording of Mrs. Jesse Breyer of Peterboro, New Hampshire, recorded August 24, 1961. (1 hour, 14 minutes; LWO 6533)

AFS 14,603: One tape containing a recording of Halton (Dick) Ritson of Chesham, New Hampshire, recorded August 26, 1961, and a recording of Minnie White of Jaffrey, New Hampshire, recorded August 24, 1961. (1 hour, 12 minutes; LWO 6533)

AFS 14,779-14,829: Edward D. Ives Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History Duplication Project
Fifty-one 10-inch tapes of folksongs, folklore, and oral history (primarily of lumberjacks). Recorded in Maine, New Hampshire, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island by Edward D. Ives, 1956-1970, for the Northeast Archive of Folklore and Oral History. The collection includes 5/8-inch of notes. [catalog record]

AFS 14,804A1: One tape containing an interview with Thomas Hoy of Gorham, New Hampshire. Hoy also sings "Benjamin Deane." Recorded September 9, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 26)

AFS 14,804A2: One tape containing an interview with Cliburne S. Locke of Berlin, New Hampshire. Recorded September 9, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 26)

AFS 14,804B1: One tape containing a conversation with J.J. Tellington of Berlin, New Hampshire. Recorded September 10, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 26)

AFS 14,804B2: One tape containing singing and fiddle playing by, and a conversation with, Jack Rodgerson of Berlin, New Hampshire. Recorded September 10, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 26)

AFS 14,805A1: One tape containing songs sung by Fred Lafferty of Gorham, New Hampshire. Recorded September 11, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 27)

AFS 14,805A2: One tape containing a discussion of songs by James Custean of Lincoln, New Hampshire. Recorded September 11, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 27)

AFS 14,805A3; 14,805B1: Two tapes containing singing and performances on mouth organ, bones, and guitar, by Bill Monroe of Monroe, New Hampshire. Recorded September 11, 1965. (tape copy on LWO 6749 reel 27)

AFC 1975/026: Art Rosenbaum Duplication Project
Twenty-seven 10-inch tapes of blues, country, fiddle, gospel, and other music recorded in Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, and Scotland primarily by Art Rosenbaum, 1958-71. Genres include country, fiddle, gospel, and blues music and Scottish ballads by various performers including Pete Franklin, Shirley Griffith, Yank Rachell, Scrapper Blackwell, John Summers, Louis Riendeau, and "Doc" Oscar Parks. Also includes performances by Albert Hash, Dwight "Red" Lamb, Elvin Campbell, H.E. "Pappy" Wells, Silver Light Gospel Singers, Bert Hare, migrant farm workers, Mary McBride Heekin, White / Whyte family, Clester Hounchell, J.M. Stone, Omie Rose Helton, Ed & Max LeBlanc, Old Threshers' Reunion, and Fidel Martin. (includes AFS 17,541-17,567) [catalog record]

AFS 19,161-19,178: Jonas Balys / Lithuanian American Recordings
Eighteen 10-inch tapes of songs of Lithuanian immigrants recorded in the United States by Jonas Balys, 1949-1952. The collection includes 5 linear inches of manuscripts containing an alphabetic index of songs, copies of 6 diaries of field expeditions, and photocopies of original tape boxes having supplementary information.

AFS 19,175A7-9: One tape containing 3 songs sung by Antose Tamulioniene. Recorded in Nashua, New Hampshire, July 7, 1950. (25 minutes; LWO 9748)

AFS 19,175A10-14: One tape containing 5 songs sung by Antose Kudzmiene. Recorded in Nashua, New Hampshire, July 7, 1950. (40 minutes; LWO 9748)

AFS 19,176A1-7: One tape containing 7 songs sung by Antanas Zautra. Recorded in Nashua, New Hampshire, July 7, 1950. (35 minutes; LWO 9748)

AFS 19,176A8-10: One tape containing 3 songs sung by Jonas Karauskas. Recorded in Nashua, New Hampshire, July 7, 1950. (15 minutes; LWO 9748)

AFS 19,268-19,280: Middlebury College / Helen Hartness Flanders Duplication Project, Part I: Audiotapes
Thirteen 10-inch tapes of folk music and interviews with various informants recorded in New England by Helen Hartness Flanders, 1949-1958, for Middlebury College, Vermont. Copied from original tapes. The entire Flanders/Middlebury College collection (AFS 19,268-19,280; 21,988-22,050; 22,051-22,062) includes one linear foot of indexes, correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera.

AFS 19,270B1-2: One tape containing 2 songs performed by Patrick Barden of Littleton, New Hampshire. (9 minutes; LWO 12,170 reel 3B)

AFS 19,270B6-15: One tape containing 10 songs sung by Jonathan Moses of Orford, New Hampshire. (31 minutes; LWO 12,170 reel 3B)

AFS 19,274A1-5: One tape containing 5 songs sung by Jonathan Moses of Orford, New Hampshire. (14 minutes; LWO 12,170 reel 7A)

AFS 19,517-19,525: Dartmouth College / Celebration Northeast 1977
Nine 10-inch tapes of Celebration Northeast 1977, a festival of traditional music, dance, and song from New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and Canada, recorded at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, July 22-23, 1977.

AFS 19,523: One tape containing the Gala Finale Concert held at the Spaulding Auditorium, Dartmouth College, July 23, 1977. Performance of fiddle tunes by Gary and Joe Pomerleau and Amy Jobin from Concord, New Hampshire, and Omer Marcoux from Quebec and Maine. (39 minutes; LWO 12,982 reel 7)

AFS 20,239-20,254: Phillips Barry Collection
Sixteen 10-inch tapes of New England ballads and folksongs recorded in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont by Phillips Barry, 1930-1936. The collection includes 1 1/8 linear inch of correspondence and musical transcriptions.

AFS 20,244; 20, 248; 20,251: Three tapes containing 14 songs by Eva Cooley. Recorded in Exeter, New Hampshire, date unknown. (30 minutes; LWO 12,980 reels 55-3, 55-4, 59-3, 62-4)

AFS 21,988-22,050: Middlebury College / Helen Hartness Flanders Collection, Part II: Discs
Sixty-three 10-inch tapes, copied from original discs, of folk music and interviews recorded in New England and Canada by Helen Hartness Flanders, 1939-1948, for Middlebury College, Vermont. The entire Flanders/Middlebury College collection (AFS 19,268-19,280; 21,988-22,050; 22,051-22,062) includes one linear foot of indexes, correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera.

AFS 21,989A2-3: One disc containing "Fair Charlotte" and "Old Dan Tucker" sung by Mrs. Frederick P. Lord. Recorded in Hanover, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 2)

AFS 21,989A4-B18; 21,990A1-2, B7-19; 21,991A1, 3-9, A11-B17; 21,992A1-10, B3-15; 21,993A1-2, B10-11; 22,002A6-7; 22,003A10-11; 22,006B1-5; 22,007A2-4, B11-18; 22,008A1-9; 22,020A7-8, B13; 22,025B19-20; 22,026A1-8, 13-16; 22,031A16-B20; 22,032A1-14, 16-17; 22,038A13-15; 22,047A19-20, B19; 22,048A1-2; 22,045A5-12, A19-B8, B16, 22,046A9-16, 22,047A7-16; 22,048B1-2; 22,049B4, 7-8: Twenty-three discs containing 239 songs performed by Lena Bourne Fish. Recorded in East Jaffrey, New Hampshire, 1943 and 1945. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 2-6, 15-16, 19-21, 33, 38-39, 44-45, 51 and 58-62)

AFS 21,992A11-13: One disc containing 4 songs performed by Margaret Keefe. Recorded in North Walpole, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 5)

AFS 21,996B7-10; 22,043B9-12: Two discs containing 8 songs performed by James Rattery. Recorded in Walpole, New Hampshire. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 9 and 56)

AFS 21,998B15-18; 21,999B12-13; 22,009A6-9; 22,024B5, B10: Four discs containing 17 songs performed by Alice Robie. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 11-12, 17, 22 and 37)

AFS 21,998B19; 21,999A1-2, B3-10: Two discs containing 11 songs sung by Mrs. Grant Covill. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 11-12)

AFS 21,999A3-19, B1-2; 22,004B17-18; 22,005A1-B5; 22,007A15; 22,010A13; 22,019A13-B12; 22,031A5-14: Seven discs containing 77 songs performed by Sidney Luther. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 12, 17-18, 20, 23, 32 and 44)

AFS 21,999B15-19; 22,000A1-9; 22,008B1-3; 22,010A11-12, A20-B2; 22,049A9-B2: Five discs containing 34 songs performed by Maynard Reynolds. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 12-13, 21, 23 and 62)

AFS 22,004A15; 22,005B6-12; B14-20; 22,006A1, 19; 22,009A15-B22; 22,010A1-10, A14-19, B5-6; 22,018B17-20; 22,019A1-12; 22,023A21-B16; 22,024A1-B4, B6-9, B11-20; 22,025A1-2; 22,030B15-24; 22,031A1-4: Twelve discs containing 155 songs performed by Belle Luther Richards. Recorded in Colebrook, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 17-19 , 22-23, 31-32, 36-38 and 43-44)

AFS 22,004A19-B9; 22,009A12-15: Two discs containing 14 songs performed by Abe Washburn. Recorded in Colebrook, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 17 and 22)

AFS 22,004B10-16; 22,010B3-4: Two discs containing 22 songs performed by Edwin Day. Recorded in Colebrook, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 17, 21 and 23)

AFS 22,005B13; 22,023A19: Two discs containing 4 songs performed by L.A. Hawes. Recorded in Colebrook, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 18, 20 and 36)

AFS 22,008B4-7: One disc containing 4 songs performed by Alden Hurlburt. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 21)

AFS 22,008B8-14: One disc containing 7 songs by Clark Amey. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 21)

AFS 22,008B15-18: One disc containing 4 songs performed by Andrew Hawes. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 21)

AFS 22,008B19: One disc containing one song performed by Mrs. Comstock. Recorded in Clarksville, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 21)

AFS 22,008B20: One disc containing one song performed by Mrs. Marie Hillard. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 21)

AFS 22,009A10-11: One disc containing 2 songs performed by John Hall. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 22)

AFS 22,014A22-B12, B14-21; 22,015A1-3, A15-16; 22,020A11, 14-16; 22,022A9-12, A14-B5; 22,023A9; 22,025A3-20; 22,037A10-11; 22,044A5-B8; 22,048A10: Nine discs containing 167 songs performed by Jonathan Moses. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 27-28, 33, 35-36, 38, 50, 57 and 61)

AFS 22,014B13; 22,015A4; 22,022A13: Three discs containing 3 songs performed by Hattie B. Hawkins. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 27-28 and 35)

AFS 22,018A13; 22,019B17-18; 22,020A1-2: Three discs containing 5 songs performed by David Shatney. Recorded in Colebrook, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reels 31-33)

AFS 22,019B13-14: One disc containing 2 songs performed by Florence Deschene. Recorded in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 32)

AFS 22,019B15-16: One disc containing 2 songs performed by Mrs. Frank Richards. Recorded in Colebrook, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 32)

AFS 22,021B12-13: One disc containing 2 songs performed by Richard Dale and Mrs. Henry Carr. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 34)

AFS 22,021B14-19: One disc containing 6 songs performed by Amos Chase. Recorded in Wentworth, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 34)

AFS 22,021B20-23: One disc containing 4 songs performed by Mabel Pease. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 34)

AFS 22,022A6-8: One disc containing 3 songs performed by Albert Howard. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 35)

AFS 22,022B6-18: One disc containing 13 songs performed by George Jackson. Recorded in Columbia, New Hampshire, July 18, 1943. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 35)

AFS 22,045A1-4: One disc containing 4 songs performed by Mrs. Gordon Brown. Recorded in Berlin, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 58)

AFS 22,048A15-18: One disc containing 4 songs performed by Cyrus H. Barton. Recorded in Cornish, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,301 reel 61)

AFS 22,051-22,062: Middlebury College / Helen Hartness Flanders Collection, Part III: Cylinders
Twelve 10-inch tapes, copied from cylinders, of folk music and interviews recorded in New England and New York by Helen Hartness Flanders, 1931-1941, for Middlebury College, Vermont. The entire Flanders/Middlebury College collection (AFS 19,268-19,280; 21,988-22,050; 22,051-22,062) includes one linear foot of indexes, correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera.

AFS 22,051B8-9; 22,052A5, 7; 22,053A4-5; 22,055A4: Four discs containing 27 songs sung by Orlon Merrill. Recorded in Charlestown, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,254 reels 1-5)

AFS 22,056A9: One disc containing "House Carpenter" performed by Jonathan Moses. Recorded in Orford, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,254 reel 6)

AFS 22,061A9; 22,062A5: Two discs containing "Weeping Willow Tree" and "Captain Washburn's Courtship" performed by Lena Bourne Fish. Recorded in East Jaffrey, New Hampshire, date unknown. (tape copy on LWO 12,254 reels 11-12)

AFC 1984/011: American Dialect Society Collection
Sound recordings made between 1931-1937 to document American English dialects, mostly from New England and eastern Canada, for a proposed Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada. Most informants were elderly New Englanders, and included whalers, fisherman, farmers, and housewives. The collection includes project correspondence, transcriptions, and index cards. [catalog record] [finding aid]

AFS 25,110-25,119: Ten discs containing interviews with Lizzie Evelyn E. George of Kingston, New Hampshire, William Wallace Odiorner of Rye, New Hampshire, and Fred Ervine Trefethen, also of Rye, New Hampshire. Recorded by Guy S. Lowman and Marguerite Chapallez, June 28, 1934.

AFS 25,123-25,128: Six discs containing interviews with George William Young of East Barrington, New Hampshire and James Wiggin of Madbury, New Hampshire. Both men speak of their Civil War experiences. Recorded by Guy S. Lowman and Marguerite Chapallez, June 28, 1934.

AFS 25,143-25,174: Thirty-two discs containing interviews with Frank Cawley of Laconia, New Hampshire, Emily A. Heath of Wilmot Flat, New Hampshire; Benjamin Hart of Sutton Mills, New Hampshire; Madison Preston McIlvin of Antrim, New Hampshire; Bert Piage of Antrim, New Hampshire; John Henry Parkhurst of Amherst (Bedford), New Hampshire; and Lucy Rebecca Fletcher of Amherst, New Hampshire. Recorded by Guy S. Lowman and Marguerite Chapallez, June 29-30, 1934.

AFS 25,329-25,338: Ten discs containing interviews with Edwin R. Perkins, Miss Katherine (Polly) Perkins, Elijah B. Carlton and Mary Garland, all of Conway, New Hampshire. Recorded July 21, 1934.

AFS 25,377-25,382: Six discs containing interviews with Richard E. Hubbard of Shelbourne (Gorham), New Hampshire. He speaks of his occupations, his family history, changes, and his family. Recorded July 27, 1934.

AFS 25,385-25,388: Four discs containing interviews with Lawrence Philbrook and Helen Philbrook of Shelburne, New Hampshire. Recorded July 28, 1934.

AFS 25,393-25,399: Seven discs containing interviews with Augustus E. Philbrook of Shelburne, New Hampshire, and Alice Payne of Nashua, New Hampshire. Recorded in Shelburne, New Hampshire, July 28, 1934.

AFS 25,406-25,413: Eight discs containing interviews with Wallace Preston Mack, John Averil Mack, and Robert Mack, all of Londonderry, New Hampshire. Recorded August 1, 1934.

AFS 25,422-25,434: Thirteen discs containing interviews with Ada May Glover Moulton of Plymouth, New Hampshire, Roswell E. Savage of Lancaster, New Hampshire, and John Gilman Fletcher of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Recorded August 2, 1934.

AFS 25,445-25,451: Seven discs containing interviews with Hattie Blanche Crawford of Lancaster, New Hampshire. She discusses her family's history. Recorded August 3, 1934.

AFS 25,459-25,464: Six discs containing interviews with Charles P. Page of Haverhill, New Hampshire. He discusses manufacturing, universities, and churches relevant to Haverhill. Recorded August 4, 1934. (tape copy on LWO 25028, reel 55)

AFS 25,473-25,484: Twelve discs containing interviews with Mrs. Mary Ellen Hayward of Keene, New Hampshire; Edwin D. Hayward of Keene, New Hampshire; and Elgin A. Jones of Marlow, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire. Recorded August 9, 1934.

AFS 25,489-25,497: Nine discs containing interviews with Mr. and Mrs. Austin L. Lary of Canaan, New Hampshire, and David A. Grant of Lyme, New Hampshire. Recorded August 11, 1934.

AFC 1997/011: Lands' End All-American Quilt Collection
Lands' End in cooperation with Good Housekeeping magazine sponsored quilt contests in 1992, 1994, and 1996. The collection,housed in 154 boxes, consists of visual images, entry blanks, and essays written by entrants, as well as Lands End administrative files and correspondence pertinent to the promotion of the contest. Approximately 13,100 entries for the three contests came from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Numerous types and styles of needlework, quilting, patchwork, applique and embroidery are represented among the visual images. [catalog record] [finding aid] [online presentation]

AFC 2000/001: Local Legacies Collection
Four hundred and five linear feet (approximately 90,000 manuscript pages, 475 sound recordings, 13,270 graphic materials, 335 electronic media, and 75 artifacts) of documentation of local festivals, fairs, parades, and other community-based events from each U.S. state, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories and trusts. The Local Legacies Collection was donated through the efforts of individuals, organizations, and institutions asked to participate by members of Congress. This project was part of the Library of Congress Bicentennial celebration in the year 2000. [catalog record] [online presentation] [New Hampshire Local Legacies]

AFC 2001/015: September 11, 2001, Documentary Project Collection
The collection documents reactions of ordinary citizens in the immediate aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States through sound and video recordings of interviews and personal narratives; as well as photographs, children's drawings, two scrapbooks, letters and e-mail, poems, ephemera, and a few artifacts. Some items were submitted as group projects of schools, libraries, and museums from 30 states in the U.S., and from American military service personnel and their families in Naples, Italy. [catalog record] [finding aid] [online presentation]

AFC 2001/015:SR236-SR245: Eleven tapes containing 13 interviews conducted by students from Plymouth State College, Plymouth, New Hampshire. Recorded October 10-November 1, 2001.

AFC 2009/014: Brendan Carey Block Concert Collection
Sound recordings, video recordings, and photographs documenting a concert performed by fiddler Brendan Carey Block and friends from New Hampshire presenting Cape Breton fiddle music on May 28, 2009, in the Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, as part of the Homegrown concert series sponsored by the American Folklife Center. [catalog record] [event flier and webcast]

 

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