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Willard Rhodes papers, 1938-1979

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Series 1: Manuscripts (continued)
Trip report, 1952 (continued)
Discusses fieldwork in Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Utah by Willard Rhodes, summer 1952, to collect and record texts of Native American songs to be used in the series of albums of Music of the American Indian by Library of Congress. Related recordings: AFC 1952/005
BOX-FOLDER 2/10 1948-1954 correspondence (trips and record production)
BOX-FOLDER 2/11 1958-1979 correspondence
BOX-FOLDER 2/12 Publications by Rhodes
“The Use of the Computer in the Classification of Folk Tunes,” Studia Musicologica Tomus VII ( 1965 )
“Toward a Definition of Ethnomusicology,” American Anthropologist 58, No. 3 ( June 1956 )
“Society of Ethnomusicology,” African Music 1, No. 3 ( 1956 )
“A Study of Musical Diffusion Based on the Wandering of the Opening Peyote Song,” Journal of the International Folk Music Council X ( 1958 )
“Acculturation in North American Indian Music,” TAX: Acculturation in the Americas, Vol. II, Proceedings of the 29th International Congress of Americanists ( 1952 )
BOX-FOLDER 2/13 8 Government and mission publications from Sioux communities, including 1936 Constitution and By-laws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota, 1936
BOX-FOLDER 2/14 Miscellany
Lists, text transcriptions, concordance of tracks for Music of the American Indian albums with Rhodes recording numbers, draft of introduction to albums.
Series 2: Graphic Materials
BOX-FOLDER 2/15 Photographs of native peoples of Washington State, taken in conjunction with the fieldwork of Willard Rhodes. By Juel E. Lange (NW Coast)
17 black-and-white photographic prints, 8 x 10 in.
Selected photos were used in the published booklet accompanying the original edition of Music of the American Indian: Northwest (Puget Sound) AFS L34, recorded and edited by Willard Rhodes.
BOX-FOLDER 2/16 Photos – Sioux, schoolchildren, Pueblos, Navajo and BIA school photos from Bureau of Indian Affairs.
1 color, 22 black-and-white photographic prints (various sizes); 11 negatives

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