Format Films, Videos
- The Baltimore blues / Henry Lodge
- Pres. Roosevelt's Fourth of July oration
- Colonel Roosevelt is invited to fly in Arch Hoxsey's plane at ...
- A trip down Market Street before the fire
- The dinosaur and the missing link, a prehistoric tragedy
- Shall we prepare?
- Bunkhouse and Cookhuse at Hay Camp
- Bird's-eye view of San Francisco, Cal., from a balloon
- Panorama of Flatiron Building
- Colored troops disembarking
- Roosevelt's Rough Riders
- The great train robbery
- Froglegs Rag / James Scott
- Carved Leather Cantle and Leather Punches
- The skyscrapers of New York
- San Francisco earthquake and fire, April 18, 1906
- Chicken chowder / Irene Giblin
- Wreck of the battleship "Maine"
- Coil winding machines, Westinghouse works
- Pack mules with ammunition on the Santiago Trail, Cuba
- John Georganas Family Orchestra at the home of Angelos Kontaxis
- Chuck McDew
- Pete Seeger
- Barbed Wire Fence
- Pan-American Exposition by night
- Haiti Fieldwork, 1936
- Move on
- Katherine Dunham on the use of the foot in Dunham Technique
- Interview with Denis and Margie Dennehy about teaching Irish ...
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The New Lost City Ramblers were pioneers in the old-time music revival that paralleled the great folk music boom of the 1960s. Mike Seeger, John Cohen, and Tom Paley (later replaced by Tracy Schwarz) were city-born and suburban-bred folk musicians who specialized in recreating the sounds of rural southern stringband and early bluegrass music at a time when the folk music scene was dominated ...
- Contributor: Allen, Ray
- Date: 2011-09-08