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Vance Randolph collection, 1941-1943, 1972

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Series I: Manuscript Materials (continued)
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BOX 3 FOLDER 40 Folk belief and superstition. Folder 3 of 6.
Contains newspaper clippings and a term paper. Topics included: lead miners and miscellaneous articles.
BOX 3 FOLDER 41 Folk belief and superstition. Folder 4 of 6.
Contains newspaper clippings, typed and handwritten notes, and correspondence. Includes: miscellaneous notes and "Our Town" column.
BOX 3 FOLDER 42 Folk belief and superstition. Folder 5 of 6.
Contains newspaper clippings, brochures, and typed and handwritten notes. Includes: pamphlets, and advertisements.
BOX 3 FOLDER 43 Folk belief and superstition. Folder 6 of 6.
Contains newspaper clippings, typed and handwritten notes, and correspondence. Topics include: weatherlore.
BOX 3 FOLDER 44 Folk belief and superstition: Correspondence.
Contains letters and newspaper clippings. Includes correspondence with Charles M. Bogert, William Edward Cox, Wayland D. Hand, Mrs. Mahnkey, May Kennedy McCord, in re. Albert Pike, Rose Spaulding, Barre Toelken, and Ruth Tyler; also includes miscellaneous correspondence.
BOX 4 FOLDER 45 Folk festivals. Folder 1 of 5.
Contains newspaper clippings, festival programs, correspondence, and typed and handwritten notes. Includes: Arkansas Folklore Society, American Folklore Society, American Anthropology Associations, Florida Folk Festival, National Folk Camp, and other associations.
BOX 4 FOLDER 46 Folk festivals. Folder 2 of 5.
Contains newspaper clippings, festival programs, correspondence, and typed and handwritten notes. Includes: National Folk Festival in Cleveland (1946), St. Louis (1948-54).
BOX 4 FOLDER 47 Folk festivals. Folder 3 of 5.
Contains newspaper clippings, festival programs, correspondence, and typed and handwritten notes. Includes: National Folk Festival in Oklahoma City (1957), Ozark Folk Festival in Rolla, MO (1935), Eureka Springs (1949-53).
BOX 4 FOLDER 48 Folk festivals. Folder 4 of 5.
Contains newspaper clippings, festival programs, correspondence, and typed and handwritten notes. Includes: Ozark Folk Festival in Eureka Springs (1954-65).
BOX 4 FOLDER 49 Folk festivals. Folder 5 of 5.
Contains assorted newspaper clippings.
BOX 4 FOLDER 50 Folklore and history.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing with folklore studies in academia and the relationship between folklore and history.
BOX 4 FOLDER 51 Folksong. Folder 1 of 2.
Contains correspondence, typed and handwritten notes, and song transcriptions.
BOX 4 FOLDER 52 Folksong. Folder 2 of 2.
Contains typed and handwritten notes.
BOX 4 FOLDER 53 Folksong articles.
Contains assorted newspaper clippings about folksong, articles by Vance Randolph, John Gould Fletcher, and Sidney Robertson Cowell and Henry Cowell, and a 1939 photograph of Sidney Robertson Cowell.
BOX 4 FOLDER 54 Folksong letters. Folder 1 of 3. 1927-40.
Contains correspondence to and from Vance Randolph dealing with his experiences collecting folksongs in the Ozarks. Correspondents include: Louise Pound, Franz Boas, Harvard University Press, George Lyman Kittredge, Dororthy Scarborough, "The Twelve Apostles," and "The Mermaid."
BOX 4 FOLDER 55 Folksong letters. Folder 2 of 3. 1941-42 (June).
Correspondents include: The Library of Congress, Alan Lomax, Edward Water, Sidney Robertson Cowell, Thomas Benton, John Stilley, John Robert Moore (re. the integrity of Child 218), and the Music Library Association.
BOX 5 FOLDER 56 Folksong letters. Folder 3 of 3. 1942 (August)-57.
Correspondents includs: The Library of Congress, B.A. Botkin, Wayland D. Hand, Mildred McMullen Green, Ruth Crawford Seeger, and Evelyn K. Wells.
BOX 5 FOLDER 57 Folksong: "Songs Collected in the Ozark Mountains."
Contains a list of folksongs compiled by Vance Randolph.
BOX 5 FOLDER 58 Fox hunting. Folder 1 of 2.
Contains newspaper clippings, magazine clippings, and typed and handwritten notes.
BOX 5 FOLDER 59 Fox hunting. Folder 2 of 2.
Contains newspaper clippings.
BOX 5 FOLDER 60 Connie Franklin.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing the alleged murder of Connie Franklin.
BOX 5 FOLDER 61 Girard Airship.
Contains a newspaper clipping dealing with the first airplane factory and flying school in Kansas.
BOX 5 FOLDER 62 Gone Are the Days.
Contains one copy of Gone Are the Days: A Book of Boyhood Memories , written by L.J. Hedgecock.
BOX 5 FOLDER 63 "A Green Fork Turns to Water."
Contains a newspaper clipping entitled "A Green Fork Turns to Water," which deals with water witches.
BOX 5 FOLDER 64 Groundhog.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing with groundhogs and woodchucks.
BOX 5 FOLDER 65 Guns and gunplay.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, and correspondence.
BOX 5 FOLDER 66 Louis Hanecke.
Contains typed and handwritten notes dealing with Louis Hanecke, owner of the Allred Hotel in Carroll County.
BOX 5 FOLDER 67 The healing waters.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing with mineral water and spring water in the Ozarks.
BOX 5 FOLDER 68 Hidden treasure. Folder 1 of 3.
Contains correspondence, Exciting Adventures Along the Indian Frontier by W.R. Draper, and typed and handwritten notes.
BOX 5 FOLDER 69 Hidden treasure. Folder 2 of 3.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes.
BOX 5 FOLDER 70 Hidden treasure. Folder 3 of 3.
Contains newspaper clippings.
BOX 6 FOLDER 71 Hog calling.
Contains two typewritten pages of notes.
BOX 6 FOLDER 72 Hollywood.
Contains newspaper and magazine clippings dealing with Hollywood's treatment of writers.
BOX 6 FOLDER 73 Introduction.
Contains a typescript of a title page and notes for the preface of Ozark Folklore: Selected Papers of Vance Randolph, arranged and edited by Mary Celestia Parler.
BOX 6 FOLDER 74 Jacob's Cavern. Folder 1 of 3.
Contains manuscript articles by Vance Randolph and Vernon C. Allison and photographs of Jacob's Cavern, Missouri.
BOX 6 FOLDER 75 Jacob's Cavern. Folder 2 of 3.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, a drawing, and correspondence dealing with Jacob's Cavern and the history of elephants.
BOX 6 FOLDER 76 Jacob's Cavern. Folder 3 of 3.
Contains journal articles about Jacob's Cavern.
BOX 6 FOLDER 77 Jacob's Cavern: Bone Correspondence.
Contains letters about the decorated bone found in Jacob's Cavern and the resulting controversy.
BOX 6 FOLDER 78 Joke book letters. Contains correspondence to and from Vance Randolph related to Randolph's book Hot Springs and Hell.
Correspondents include: Robert Yoder, Woman's Day, Richard Dorson, Columbia University Press, Herbert Halpert, Kenneth Goldstein (Folklore Associates), Carl Withers, and Gershon Legman.
BOX 6 FOLDER 79 Sam Leath.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes about Sam Leath, an Ozarks collector and explorer.
BOX 6 FOLDER 80 Lecture notes taken by Vance Randolph (Photocopy).
Contains the photocopy of a notebook with Vance Randolph's handwritten notes on G. Stanley Hall's 1914-15 lectures at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, on "The Psychology of Christianity."
BOX 6 FOLDER 81 Lecture notes taken by Vance Randolph (Original).
Contains the original notebook photocopied in Folder 80.
BOX 6 FOLDER 82 Locusts from the city.
Contains newspaper clippings and handwritten notes dealing with the impact of tourists from the city on the Ozarks.
BOX 6 FOLDER 83 Walter Clare Martin.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing with the bow hunter Walter Clare Martin.
BOX 7 FOLDER 84 The Master's desk.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed notes dealing with the poet Edgar Lee Masters.
BOX 7 FOLDER 85 Medicine show.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed notes dealing with medicine shows.
BOX 7 FOLDER 86 The Menace.
Contains newspaper clippings and reprints of journal articles, and typed notes dealing with the Aurora, Missouri, newspaper The Menace.
BOX 7 FOLDER 87 The Mollyjoggers.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed notes dealing with fraternal organizations.
BOX 7 FOLDER 88 Moonshine liquor.
Contains a newspaper clipping, and a handwritten note dealing with moonshiners.
BOX 7 FOLDER 89 Tom P. Morgan. Folder 1 of 2.
Contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, and handwritten and typed notes, dealing with humorist and newspaper columnist Tom P. Morgan.
BOX 7 FOLDER 90 Tom P. Morgan. Folder 2 of 2.
Contains typed notes.
BOX 7 FOLDER 91 Mysterious lights.
Contains a typescript about the sightings of unexplained lights in northeastern Oklahoma.
BOX 7 FOLDER 92 Names and nicknames. Folder 1 of 2.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing with distinctive names and nicknames of the Ozarks.
BOX 7 FOLDER 93 Names and nicknames. Folder 2 of 2.
Contains index cards.
BOX 7 FOLDER 94 "The Nobility of the Mountaineer."
Contains typed notes about the character and nature of people living in the rural Ozarks.
BOX 7 FOLDER 95 Nonsense speeches.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, dealing with nonsense speeches and illiterate elocutionists.
BOX 7 FOLDER 96 Old customs. Folder 1 of 2.
Contains typed and handwritten notes and typescripts dealing with traditional Ozark social customs.
BOX 7 FOLDER 97 Old customs. Folder 2 of 2.
Contains newspaper clippings, articles, and correspondence.
BOX 7 FOLDER 98 Old Man Burgess.
Contains correspondence and a handwritten note dealing with the faith healer J.W. Burgess.
BOX 8 FOLDER 99 Outlawry.
Contains newspaper clippings, and typed and handwritten notes, and brochure about the Eureka Springs 1922 bank robbery and famous male and female outlaws.
BOX 8 FOLDER 100 Ozark eccentrics.
Contains newspaper clippings, brochure, and typed and handwritten notes about interesting Americans and Ozark eccentrics.
BOX 8 FOLDER 101 Ozark life.
Contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, and typed and handwritten notes about returning to the land. Also includes two typescripts, "Christmas in the Ozarks" and "The Lure of the Ozarks."
BOX 8 FOLDER 102 "Ozarks, Where Are You?" Folder 1 of 2.
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