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Jean Ritchie and George Pickow collection, 1923-2015

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Series III: Graphic materials (continued)
Subseries G: England
BOX-FOLDER 146/5 Haxey Hood (with The Boggins)
BOX-FOLDER 146/6 Empingham Bell Ringers
BOX-FOLDER 146/7 Hurdy-Gurdy men, 1952
London
BOX-FOLDER 146/8 Marshfield Mummers (folder 1 of 2), 1952 or 1960
Ye Old Paper Boys, bellringer/crier, and others.
BOX-FOLDER 146/9 Marshfield Mummers (folder 2 of 2), 1952 or 1960
See description for folder 146/8.
BOX-FOLDER 146/10 May Day
In Padstow, Cornwall.
BOX-FOLDER 146/11 Miscellaneous locations and activities
In Padstow, Cornwall; family camper, Jean singing at the English Club, evening at Roger Nicholson's home, and the Marshfield Mummers.
BOX-FOLDER 147/1 Morris dancers
Various locations.
BOX-FOLDER 147/2 Liverpool
BOX-FOLDER 147/3 Stratford-on-Avon
BOX-FOLDER 147/4 Tower Bridge
BOX-FOLDER 147/5 St. Paul's Cathedral, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 147/6 Litchfield Cathedral, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 147/7 Scenes in London and elsewhere, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 147/8 Cambridge or Oxford, 1947
Students on bicycles.`
BOX-FOLDER 147/9 Preparations for coronation, 1952
BOX-FOLDER 147/10 Hampton Court
BOX-FOLDER 147/11 Buckingham Palace, 1947
Includes photos of a statue of Abraham Lincoln.
BOX-FOLDER 147/12 Big Ben
London
BOX-FOLDER 147/13 Thames at night
London
BOX-FOLDER 147/14 Street scenes and fields
Regent Street or Fleet Street; London fields
BOX-FOLDER 147/15 Trafalgar Square
London
BOX-FOLDER 147/16 Windmill
BOX-FOLDER 147/17 Wyn Humphries
English fiddler.
BOX-FOLDER 147/18 Chester, England, 1947
Also includes images of Edinburgh Castle at night.
BOX-FOLDER 147/19 Dartington, England
Includes photos of children playing games.
BOX-FOLDER 147/20 Plymouth, England
BOX-FOLDER 147/21 Schoolboys by the Thames
BOX-FOLDER 148/1 Birmingham, England
BOX-FOLDER 148/2 Robin Hood oak tree, Sherwood Forest
See folder 138/7 for photos from the same location.
BOX-FOLDER 148/3 Stonehenge
BOX-FOLDER 148/4 Cricket game
BOX-FOLDER 148/5 Eisteddfod
BOX-FOLDER 148/6 Dolmetch workshop
BOX-FOLDER 148/7 Dymchurch Railroad
scale model railroad
BOX-FOLDER 148/8 Gypsies (tinkers), 1960
BOX-FOLDER 148/9 Antique steam engines
BOX-FOLDER 148/10 Farmer in Northern England
Possibly farming flax; near Stratford
BOX-FOLDER 148/11 Wyn Humphries family; buskers in street
See folder 147/17. Two subjects on one roll of film.
BOX-FOLDER 148/12 Ralph Vaughan Williams, Maud Karpeles, 1953
London
BOX-FOLDER 148/13 Rigby Guns (John Rigby and Co.)
BOX-FOLDER 148/14 Jean with bargeman and his wife, 1953
England
BOX-FOLDER 148/15 Brixham Harbour
BOX-FOLDER 148/16 Jean Ritchie and Bill Rew, 1952
Jean recorded Rew during her 1952 field trip.
BOX-FOLDER 148/17 Morris dance, with Peter Kennedy
BOX-FOLDER 148/18 Sand sailing
BOX-FOLDER 148/19 Various scenes and locations
Subjects include Hathaway Cottage, Club Row, May Day, Shirley Collins, a child with a hoop in a street scene, dry dock in a small harbor, and punting.
Subseries H: Scotland
BOX-FOLDER 149/1 Firth of Forth rainroad bridge and ferry
Includes scenes near the bridge, and Princess Street, Edinburgh.
BOX-FOLDER 149/2 Patrick Shuldham Shaw
English folk song collector and musician (in the photos, he is the man with the dark beard).
BOX-FOLDER 149/3 Stirling
BOX-FOLDER 149/4 Stirling Castle, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 149/5 Highland Games, early 1950s
Held at Balmoral Castle. In several photos the royal family can be seen.
BOX-FOLDER 149/6 Harvesting hay, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 149/7 Hamish Henderson in kilts, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 149/8 Highlands, Edinburgh, and Edinburgh Castle, 1947
BOX-FOLDER 149/9 Parade in Edinburgh
BOX-FOLDER 149/10 Bagpipe maker
BOX-FOLDER 149/11 Various scenes and activities
Eileen Donan castle and Loch Lommond, Stirling Castle, girls in uniform going to school, old buildings, stream where two rivers meet, Highland ferry, carriage drivers, bridge at Invercauld, Holy Rood House in Edinburgh, and possibly scenes in the Shetland Islands.
Subseries I: Events
BOX-FOLDER 149/12 Berkeley Folk Music Festival, 1961
BOX-FOLDER 149/13 Christmas Revels
Jean Ritchie and cast on stage.
BOX-FOLDER 149/14 Agnes DeMille tour with Jean Ritchie
Jean Ritchie and dance troupe.
BOX-FOLDER 149/15 Dulcimer workshop, 1977
At Old Town School, Chicago, Illinois. Photos by Ron Gordon.
BOX-FOLDER 149/16 Kentucky Music Weekends, 1978
Louisville, KY: folk music concert series
BOX-FOLDER 150/1 Newport Folk Festival, 1959, 1963-68
Newport, RI; folk music festival
BOX-FOLDER 150/2 Lyrics and Legends (folder 1 of 4)
Folk music series for NET Television
BOX-FOLDER 150/3 Lyrics and Legends (folder 2 of 4)
See description for folder 150/2.
BOX-FOLDER 150/4 Lyrics and Legends (folder 3 of 4)
See description for folder 150/2.
BOX-FOLDER 150/5 Lyrics and Legends (folder 4 of 4)
See description for folder 150/2.
BOX-FOLDER 150/6 Next of Kin filming
Jean with Patrick Swayze, during filming of the front porch scene.
BOX-FOLDER 150/7 Montreal World's Fair, 1967
Expo 67, held in Montreal, Canada.
BOX-FOLDER 151/1 Pinewoods, Massachusetts
Plymouth, MA: Pinewoods traditional music camp
BOX-FOLDER 151/2 Jean Ritchie (folder 1 of 2),
Jean Ritchie in concert, during filming for "Lyrics and Legends," after receiving her honorary doctorate at Berea College, and other activities.
BOX-FOLDER 151/3 Jean Ritchie (folder 2 of 2),
See description for folder 151/2.
BOX-FOLDER 151/4 Sing American Sing, circa 1976
Show at Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.
BOX-FOLDER 151/5 Smithsonian Folk Festival, circa 1974
Event took place in Washington, D.C.
BOX-FOLDER 152/1 Photos by George Pickow and others
Photos of family, events, concerts, portraits, industrial settings, and other subjects. Most photos are by George by some photos are by other photographers.
BOX-FOLDER 152/2 Recording session, circa 1976
Recording session with various artists, including Eric Weisberg. Kennedy Center performance, Washington, D.C. Possibly photographed during a rehearsal for "Sing, America, Sing."
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