Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
"When I Started A Courting," "The Old Fox," "Missouri Girls," "Southern Soldiers," and two untitled songs (words only) handwritten by Thomas Gibbs, Whiterock Church, Farmington, Arkansas. Also story of 1836 frontier life as told by Gibbs's great-grandmother.
Manuscript materials, sheet music, and Arkansiana, mostly pertaining to Hot Springs and Garland County.
Manuscripts, pictures, and printed items were collected and maintained by Hudgins in her home, mainly as research material for her free-lance writing. The collection also includes material assembled by other people similarly engaged, as well as manuscripts and printed articles written by Hudgins and others.
The collection consists of transcriptions of lyrics and music (melody only) and annotations of Ozark folksongs recorded and collected from 1926 to 1950 in the Ozarks by Vance Randolph. In addition, folklore-related correspondence, research notes, and clippings are included.
The collection contains photographs, correspondence, festival and concert materials, musical recordings, press coverage, promotional materials, and other records documenting the band Trout Fishing in America. Some materials relate to the band's brief work under the name Pavlov's Band, as well as to the band Wheatfield (previously known as St. Elmo's Fire), which Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet were members of before forming Trout Fishing in America.
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.