Audio Recording I feel that old black woman is a jinx to me

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Title
I feel that old black woman is a jinx to me
Contributor Names
Lomax, John Avery -- 1867-1948 (recordist)
Lomax, Alan -- 1915-2002 (recordist)
Haggerty, Augustus (Track Horse) -- 1907- (singer)
Created / Published
Huntsville, Texas.
Subject Headings
-  United States of America -- Texas -- Huntsville
Notes
-  Sung by Augustus (Track Horse) Haggerty. (statement of responsibility)
-  Negro holler.
-  State Penitentiary (venue)
-  AFC 1935/002 (AFC Number)
-  AFS 00197 B03 (AFS Number)
-  197 (afsNum)
Form
sound recording
Repository
American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Online Format
image
Description
sound recording | Sung by Augustus (Track Horse) Haggerty. (Statement Of Responsibility). Negro holler. State Penitentiary (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
Additional Metadata Formats
METSXML Record

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Chicago citation style:

Lomax, John Avery, Alan Lomax, and Augustus Haggerty. I Feel That Old Black Woman Is a Jinx to Me. Huntsville, Texas, 1933.

APA citation style:

Lomax, J. A., Lomax, A. & Haggerty, A. (1933) I Feel That Old Black Woman Is a Jinx to Me. Huntsville, Texas.

MLA citation style:

Lomax, John Avery, Alan Lomax, and Augustus Haggerty. I Feel That Old Black Woman Is a Jinx to Me. Huntsville, Texas, 1933.