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Series I: Manuscripts (continued)
Subseries A: Administrative files
BOX-FOLDER 1/1 Finding aid
BOX-FOLDER 1/2 Administrative materials
43 pages (estimate)
Acquisitions and processing records from 1969 to 1998. Includes subfolders for miscellaneous materials, plus accruals part 5 through 14.
BOX-FOLDER 1/3 Collection materials (2004 accrual)
9 pages
Photocopies of materials donated by Dickinson in 2004 as part of the collection.
BOX-FOLDER 1/4 Preservation transfer of moving image items
181 pages
Condition report worksheets from the vendor.
BOX-FOLDER 1/5 Concordances
61 pages (total)
The documents include the AFC ID numbers for the original items, the collector's ID numbers, ID numbers for the preservation copies, shelflist numbers, and LC item barcodes.
Subfolder A: Concordance for sound recordings
4 pages
Subfolder B: Concordance for original moving image items and Betacam copies
7 pages
Subfolder C: Concordance for original moving image items and Digital Betacam copies.
7 pages
BOX-FOLDER 1/6 Correspondence, 1969-1996
61 pages
BOX-FOLDER 1/7 Biographical materials
19 pages
See folder 1/10 for a photograph of Eleanor Dickinson in the Corcoran Gallery of Art newsletter, Notes, September 1970. See also folders 2/3 and 2/4 for published articles about Eleanor Dickinson.
BOX-FOLDER 1/8 Two lists: "Hymnals Used at Revivals" and "Eleanor Dickinson Collection of Revival Artifacts."
14 pages (total)
The hymnals were donated to the Music Division, Library of Congress, and the revival artifacts were donated to the Smithsonian Institution by Dickinson.
Subseries B: Unpublished writings
BOX-FOLDER 1/9 Dickinson's notes on the collection: "Creekie on Revival Tapes" and "Revival."
BOX-FOLDER 1/10 Song texts: "Life is Like a Mountain Railroad" and "We Need a Whole Lot More of Jesus"
1 page
BOX-FOLDER 1/11 "An Echo Out of Africa: Unacknowledged Cultural Borrowing of Religious Expression from the Black Slaves in the Great Revival Movement" 1981
40 pages
An unpublished paper, by Eleanor Creekmore Dickinson.
Subseries C: Published materials
BOX-FOLDER 1/12 Newspaper clippings and other promotional materials on "Revival!"
BOX-FOLDER 1/13 Two publications
20 pages.
"Revival at the Corcoran," in Notes, September 1970, and a photocopied catalog from the exhibit "Revival!" by Eleanor Dickinson (1970).
BOX-FOLDER 1/14 Revival! (book), by Eleanor Dickinson and Barbara Benziger, 1974
180 pages
First edition, published by Harper & Row, autographed by Dickinson.
BOX-FOLDER 2/1 That Old Time Religion: 100 Hymns, Songs, and Stories (book), by Barbara Benziger and Eleanor Dickinson, 1975
124 pages.
First edition, published by Harper & Row, autographed by Dickinson.
BOX-FOLDER 2/2 That Old Time Religion, 1979
41 pages
A catalog from the 1979 exhibit of the same name; published by the Oakland Museum History Department, and a photocopy of the exhibit poster.
BOX-FOLDER 2/3 "Eleanor Dickinson: Social Historian and Artist," by Helga Epstein, December 1980
6 pages
Published in American Artist, December 1980, Volume 44, Issue 461, pages 80-83, 95-97.
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 "Confirming the Word: Snake-Handling Sects of Southern Appalachia," by Marsha Maguire, Summer 1981
21 pages per copy (42 pages total)
Published in The Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress 38, Summer 1981, pages 166-179. Includes original and photocopy. See folder 4/23 for more photographs of serpent handlers taken by Eleanor Dickinson.
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 Revival! A catalogue from an exhibition on Protestant revivalism, 1981
36 pages each (72 pages total)
Two copies of the catalog, published by the Tennessee State Museum. See folder 4/24 for images of the exhibition (35 mm color slides).
BOX-FOLDER 2/6 Portfolio, reviews, and resume/bibliography
7 pages
Miscellaneous excerpts from press reviews of Dickinson exhibits, and Dickinson resume/bibliography.
Subseries D: Audio logs and transcripts
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 14079-14082 (LWO 5781, Reels 1-4), Summer 1968-August 15, 1969
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 14079 (LWO 5781, Reel 1A).
1 page
BOX-FOLDER 2/9 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 14079 (LWO 5781, Reel 1A-1B)
15 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/10 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 14079-14,081 (LWO 5781, Reels 1B-3A)
46 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/11 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 14081 (LWO 5781, Reel 3A-3B)
6 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/12 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 14082 (LWO 5781, Reel 4A-4B)
24 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/13 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15455-15458 (LWO 7152, Reels 1-4), July 31-August 6, 1972
9 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/14 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15455 (LWO 7152, Reel 1A).
6 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/15 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15455 (LWO 7152, Reel 1B)
3 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/16 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15456-15457 (LWO 7152, Reels 2B-3A)
47 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/17 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15661-15666 (LWO 7468, Reels 1-6), June 21-July 1, 1973
6 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/18 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15661 (LWO 7468, Reel 1).
14 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/19 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15662 (LWO 7468, Reel 2A)
13 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/20 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15662-15663 (LWO 7468, Reels 2B-3A)
8 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/21 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15663 (LWO 7468, Reel 3B)
7 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/22 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15664 (LWO 7468, Reel 4A)
18 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/23 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15664 (LWO 7468, Reel 4B)
71 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/24 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15665 (LWO 7468, Reel 5A)
40 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/25 Audio transcripts: AFC 1970/001: AFS 15665-15666 (LWO 7468, Reels 5B-6A)
3 pages
BOX-FOLDER 2/26 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 19133-19145 (LWO 9619, Reels 1-13), April 3, 1975-July 13, 1976
12 pages
BOX-FOLDER 3/1 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 19283-19288 (LWO 12249, Reels 1-6), June 12-July 16, 1977
14 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes on the original 13 tape boxes (two copies).
BOX-FOLDER 3/2 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 20267-20307 (LWO 16506, Reels 1-41), July 15, 1977-July 2, 1978
50 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes on the original 58 tape boxes (some boxes photocopied out of order). No photocopies for the following original Dickinson numbers: D5, D8, D11, D14, D17, D20, D22, D23, and D25-D27. D44 has a corner torn from the photocopy, with some information loss.
BOX-FOLDER 3/3 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: AFS 23158-23176 (RWA 8361-8379), August 8, 1980 to December 1, 1981
26 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes on the original 32 tapes and tape boxes.
BOX-FOLDER 3/4 Audio logs and description: AFC 1970/001: AFS 23177-23182 (RWA 7817-7822), July 1976 to August 5, 1976
88 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes on the original 8 audiocassette tape boxes and photocopies of handwritten notes on the original 6 audio reels, dubbed from moving images in the collection (two copies).
BOX-FOLDER 3/5 Audio logs: SR001-006, Old Harp singing and revivals, October 1976-August 31, 1981
27 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes from the original 6 audiocassette tape housing materials and one accompanying slip of paper (two copies).
BOX-FOLDER 3/6 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: SR007-017, serpent handling churches, September 5-9, 1981
46 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes from the original 11 audiocassette tape housing materials (two copies).
BOX-FOLDER 3/7 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: SR018-031, July 4, 1980 to August 24, 1982
19 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes from original 14 audiocassette tape housing materials.
BOX-FOLDER 3/8 Audio logs: AFC 1970/001: SR032-041, April 3-August 14, 1983
15 pages
Photocopies of handwritten notes from original 10 audiocassette tape housing materials.
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