Folklore -- Research -- Arkansas
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of correspondence between William (Bill) Clements and folklorist Vance Randolph, primarily regarding Randolph's contribution to Mid-South Folklore, for which Clements was editor.
Literary manuscripts, correspondence, notes, lists, transcripts, bibliography, clippings and other materials created, received, or collected by Robert L. and Wanda Duncan for their intended use in publishing a biography of folklorist Vance Randolph.
The collection consists of certificates and awards pertaining to the public and private life of Vance Randolph; a typescript notebook and other notes dealing with folk sayings and greetings; published articles of and about Randolph; and clippings and photographs.
The collection contains original notebooks maintained by Ozarks folklorist Vance Randolph, as well as a letter to Randolph from Leo Van Scyoc. Three notebooks contain clippings, notes, and drawings of Ozarks plants; the fourth notebook contains addresses, anecdotes, and other notes.
These folk materials have been cross-referenced with the main folklore collection using the revised Classification Scheme for Folklore Collection. The cross-reference appears as an F and a number in parenthesis after each listing.