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Library of Congress and Fisk University Mississippi Delta collection, 1941-1943

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Series II: Graphic Images, ca. 1942 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 2/3 I Got on the Train / sung by Will Starks
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say / “long meter” style of hymn sung by four Negro women of Hillhouse, Miss.
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 I'm Going to Lean on the Lord / sung by Mrs. Roxie Threadgill
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Sorry, Sorry for to Leave You / sung by Mrs. Threadgill
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 O Lord Will You Come by Here!
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Glory Hallelujah
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 I'm Going to Stay on the Battlefield
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 I'll Fly Away
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 I Done Got Over
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Hallelu, Hallelu
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Moan
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Cryin’ “Holy Unto the Lord” / sung by Rev. E. N. Martin
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Hold the Wind / sung by Rev. E. N. Martin
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 I'm Making to the City (harmonica and voice) / sung by Turner Johnson
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 Late on the Evenin’ Blues / sung and played by “Muddy Water”
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 Lining Railroad Track / dialogue and songs by Houston Bacon and Elias Boykin
4 sheets
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 Low Down the Chariot and Let Me Ride
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 Needle Eye / led by Rosie Shelby
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 Didee-o / led by Ruby Harris
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 This is the Hammer / sung by Sid Hemphill
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 No Condemnation / sung by the Holiness Church
BOX-FOLDER 2/6 Sermon / John W. Work
8 sheets
BOX-FOLDER 2/6 Stagolee / sung by David Edward
BOX-FOLDER 2/6 I'm Goin’ Keep My Skillet Greasy / sung by Will Starks
BOX-FOLDER 2/6 This Old Tampin’ / sung by Houston Bacon
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 Stagolee / sung by Will Starks
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 Steal Away (voice and harmonica) / played and sung by Turner Junior Johnson
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 Sittin’ on Top of the World (voice and harmonica / played and sung by Turner Junior Johnson
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 Swing Down Chariot* / sung by the Mississippi Gospel Quartet
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 These Days Got Ev’rybody Troubled / sung and composed by Charles Haffer, Jr.
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 This Here's My Buryin’ Ground
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 Calvary
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 When I Lay This Burden Down (harmonica and voice) / sung and played by Turner Johnson
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 Let Yo’ Heart (harmonica and voice) / sung and played by Turner Johnson
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 When You Lose Your Money Learn to Lose / sung by Will Starks
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 Willie Over the Water / led by Rosie Shelby
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 Now Go on Down / led by Etherene Harris and Ann Williams
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 You Got to Reap Your Own Damnation / sung by Mrs. Roxie Threadgill
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 Rock Daniel / sung by Mrs. Roxie Threadgill
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 You Pray on / sung by the Mississippi Gospel Quartet
Series III: Sound Recordings
97 sound discs
Approximately 37 .wav files were created from the sound discs (one file represents one side of a disc). Digital IDs indicate which discs have digital copies. All sound recordings also have preservation and reference copies on audiotape.
AFS 04757
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Rev. Ribbins and congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
1. I'm Packing Up, Getting' Ready to Go, 1942
2. Prayer, 1942
Side B
1. Get Right with God, 1942
2. Long Meter Hymn, 1942
3. Presentation of Rev. Ribbins, 1942
AFS 04758
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Rev. Ribbins and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
Presentation of Rev. Ribbins (continued), 1942
Side B
Presentation of Rev. Ribbins (continued), 1942
AFS 04759
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Rev. Ribbins and congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
1. End of Sermon, 1942
Side B
1. Calling the mourners, 1942
2. Long Meter Hymn, 1942
3. Mourners' Bench scene, 1942
4. Soon One Morning, 1942
AFS 04760
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Rev. Ribbins and congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
1. Prayers, mourning etc., 1942
2. I'm Going Home on the Morning Train, 1942
3. Minister talks about meeting, 1942
Side B
1. Minister talks about meeting, 1942
2. I'll be Waiting Up There, 1942
3. I'll Fly Away, 1942
AFS 04761
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Rev. Ribbins and congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
1. I'm Gonna Stay on the Battlefield Till I Die, 1942
2. Long meter hymn, 1942
3. Long meter hymn. Announcement by deacon., 1942
4. Long meter hymn. Announcement by deacon., 1942
Side B
Soon I'll Be at Home, 1942
Performed by Negro Quartet.
AFS 04762 [Broken]
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
AFS 04763 [Broken]
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
AFS 04764 [Broken]
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
AFS 04765
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performer and location unidentified.
Side A
2. Hallelu, Hallelu, 1942
AFS 04766
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performer unidentified; recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
1. Samson, 1942
2. O David, 1942
3. I Know the Lord Will Fix a Way for Me, 1942
4. I'm No Ways Worried, 1942
Side B
1. Moaning, 1942
2. Calvary, 1942
AFS 04767
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi. Side B location unidentified.
Side A
Farm economics (people speaking), 1942
Side B
No Good, undated
AFS 04768 [Missing]
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
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