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Bartlett, Jon (ed.). Indexes to Come All Ye, 1972-1977 and Canada Folk Bulletin 1978-1980. Vancouver Folk Song Society,


______________. VFSS Tape Archives Database (dB4). Vancouver Folk Song Society, 1995

The Big Time Music Magazine. Quarterly. Courtenay, Jan 1985

B.C. Music Educator: Journal of the British Columbia Music Educators’ Association. Vol 50, No. 1 Fall 2006

British Columbia Library Quarterly. July, 1962 (contains PJT’s “B.C. Songs”)

Canada Folk Bulletin. Vancouver Folk Song Society, 1978-1980 (17 issues: complete)(5 sets)

Canadian Folklore Canadien. Folklore Studies Association of Canada. Vol II, nos. 1/2, 1980

Canadian Folk Music Bulletin. Canadian Folk Music Society, October 1972- (from 1990, Canadian Society for Musical

Traditions; from June 1994, Canadian Society for Traditional Music)

­Canadian Folk Music Festival Programs:

Calgary FF I (1980)(Hamilton)

F of Friends 1976 - 1978 (London)

Home County FF VII (1980)

Mariposa FF1 (1971), FF II (1972), IV (1974) - VIII (1978)

Northern Lights F Boreal IV (1975), VI (1977), VII(1978)

Owen Sound Summerfolk II (1977) - IV (1979)

Regina F Arts F X (1978) - XIII (1981)

Summer Solstice (Thunder Bay) I (1979)

Vancouver FMF I (1978) - IV (1981), VII (1984) VIII (1985), X (1987), XIII (1990) XIV (1991), XX (1997), XXI (1998),

XXVIII (2005), 2006

Winnipeg FF II (1975), IV (1977), V (1978)

(Yellowknife) F on the Rocks I (1980), II (1981)

Canadian Folk Music Journal. Canadian Folk Music Society, 1973 - (from 1990, Canadian Society for Musical Traditions;

from June 1994, Canadian Society for Traditional Music)

Canadian Folk Music Organizations Publications:

Bytown Folk Connection, Feb 1980 - June 1981 (5 vols.) Ottawa

Open Door, Mar 1979 - June 1980 (15 vols.) Vancouver

Pourquoi Chanter? May 1977 - July 1978 (5 vols.) Montreal

The Rocky Mountain Folk Club Recorder, Nov 1981 - April 1983 (5 vols.) Calgary

The Saint John Folk Club Rag, Aug 1977 - Jan 1981 (9 vols.) Saint John, NB

Summer Solstice Festival Newsletter, Feb - Aug 1979 [3 vols.], February 1981 (#24), March 1981 (#25), (May 1981 (#27); Thunder Bay, Ont.)

Canadian Music Educator. Vol 47 No 4 Summer 2006; Vol 48 No 1 Autumn 2006

The Canadian Society for Musical Traditions. Folk Music Catalogue, 1990. Folk Music Catalogue, 1991. Folk Music

Catalogue, 1992. Folk Music Catalogue, 199, Folk Music Catalogue, 1994; Catalogue 1999

Come All Ye. Vancouver Folk Song Society, 1972-1977 (66 issues: 6 vols. complete)(+ Vols I/II unbound)

Communique. Vol 3, no. 4 Aug 1977: "Canadian Folk Culture"

Dill Pickle Rag. No 1. Summer 1976; Vol 2, No. 1, Jan 1978

Hoot folk music magazine. Guild of Canadian Folk Artists, Toronto. No 1, Aug 1963; Vol 2, Nos. 2-5 (May 1966-Sept 66),

Vol 3 No 1 Feb 1967

Music Across Canada. Vol 1, No. 6 July-August 1963. “A Tribute to Sir Ernest Macmillan”.

Rogue Folk (Rogue FC newsletter, Vancouver). II-3, Feb 1988 ­-

Singalong! Vancouver: Vol I no.1, Spring 1957: Vol II no.1, July, 1958

Song Broadcasts

Let’s Sing Together. Students’ Guide Book, 1950-51; Students’ Song Sheets, 1955-1956 & 1959-1960

Your Listen and Sing Song Book, 1958-9; 1959-1960

Listen and Sing Word Book, 1962-63; 1964-1965

3/4 Times. Vancouver Folk Song Society, 1975 -

(Newsletter). Victoria Folk Music Society, Aug 1977 -


“A Gentleman About Town”. A Book of Vulgar Verse, Secaucus, NJ, 1981

________________ & George Foss. Anglo-American Folksong Style. Englewood Cliffs, 1968

Agay, Denes. Best Loved Songs of the American People. New York, 1975

Allen, Linda (comp.). Washington Songs and Lore. Spokane, 1988

American Folk Music and Folklore Recordings. Library of Congress, 1985, 1987 & 1991

Anderson, V.C. The Hobo in Song and Poetry. Cincinnati, nd [1926]

Andrews, Edward Deming. The Gift to be Simple: Songs, Dances and Rituals of the American Shakers (1940). New York,


Babad, Harry (ed.). Roll Me Over. New York, 1972

Baez, Joan. And a Voice to Sing With: A Memoir. New York, 1987

Ballads of the B.E.F. New York, 1932

Bartis, Peter T. & Barbara C. Fertig (eds.). Folklife Sourcebook. American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington,


Baum, L. Frank (verse) & W.W. Denslow (pictures). The Songs of Father Goose for the Kindergarten, the Nursery and the

Home. Indianapolis, 1909 (1900)

Beattie, John W. et al (comp., ed.). The Golden Book of Favorite Songs. Chicago, 1961 (1915) [see also “Aitch, N.H.” in PJT


Belden, Henry M. & Arthur Palmer Hudson (eds.). The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore. Vol Three:

Folk Songs from North Carolina. Durham, NC, 1952

Benson, Mr. & Mrs. John. Soul Stirring Songs. Nashville, TN., n.d. [c. 1913]

Best, Dick & Beth. The New Song Fest. New York, 1955 (1st ed., 1948)

Bikel, Theodore. Folksongs and Footnotes. Cleveland, OH, 1964

Blood-Patterson, Peter (ed.). Rise Up Singing. Bethlehem, Pa., 1988

Bogarad, Miriam et al. Songs for America. New York, 1939

Boni, Margaret Bradford (sel., ed.). Fireside Book of Folk Songs. New York, 1947

Booth, Mark W. The Experience of Songs. New Haven, 1981

Brand, Oscar. The Ballad Mongers: rise of the modern folk song. New York, 1967 (1962)

__________. Folk Songs for Fun. New York, 1961

Bullard, Carrie (comp., arr.). The Most Popular Mother Goose Songs and Other Nursery Rhymes. New York, 1910

Butler, Francelia. Skipping Around the World: The Ritual Nature of Folk Rhymes. New York, 1989

Cantwell, Robert. When We Were Good: The Folk Revival. Cambridge, MA, 1996

Carawan, Guy & Candie. Voices from the Mountains. New York, 1975

___________________. We Shall Overcome! Songs of the Southern Freedom Movement. New York, 1963

Cazden, Norman (ed., arr.). The Abelard Folk Song Book: More than 101 Ballads to Sing. New York, 1958

Challis, Evelyn. Songs for a New Generation: Love, Work and Hope. New York, 1974

Chase, Richard (comp.). American Folk Tales and Songs (1956). New York, 1971

____________ (coll., ed.). Old Songs & Singing Games (1938). New York, 1972

____________ (comp.). Singing Games and Playparty Games (Hullabaloo and Other Singing Folk Games, 1949). New York,


Cheney, Thomas E. (ed.). Mormon Songs from the Rocky Mountains: A Compilation of Mormon Songs. Salt Lake City, 1981

Chroman, Eleanor (comp., ed.). Songs That Children Sing. New York, 1970

Cohen, Norm. Long Steel Rail: The Railroad in American Folksong. Urbana, IL, 1981

Colcord, Joanna C. Roll and Go: Songs of American Sailormen. Indianapolis, 1924

_______________. Songs of American Sailormen. New York, enlarged & revised ed., 1938 (Indianapolis, 1924 as Roll and

Go, Songs of American Sailormen)

Coleman, Emmet G. (ed.). The Temperance Songbook. n.p., 1971

The Complete Phil Ochs: Chords of Fame. Hollywood, n.d.

Co-operative Recreation Service. 36 small booklets, various titles, of songs in various languages, mostly English. Delaware,


Copland, Aaron. What to Listen for in Music. Toronto, 1963 (1st ed., 1939)

Courlander, Harold. Negro Music U.S.A. New York, 1970 (1963)

Cray, Ed. The Erotic Muse (comp., ed.). New York, 1972 (1968)

Cunningham, Sis (comp., ed.). Broadside: Songs of our times from the pages of Broadside Magazine. NY Vol 1, 1964; Vol

2, 1968; Vol 3, 1970

Cunningham, Keith (intro., ed.). The Oral Tradition of the American West. Little Rock, AR, 1990

Dale, Ralph Alan. Games to Sing and Play. New York, 1971

Day, Thomas Fleming. Songs of Sea and Sail. New York, 1898

De Charms, Desiree & Paul F. Breed. Songs in Collections: An Index. Detroit, 1966

Denisoff, R. Serge. Great Day Coming: Folk Music and the American Left. Baltimore, MD, 1973

Diamond, David. The David Diamond Songbook. N. Potomac, MD, 2008

Doerflinger, William Main (coll., comp.). Songs of the Sailor and Lumberman. New York, 1972 (Shantymen and Shantyboys,


Dunson, Josh. Freedom in the Air: Song Movements of the 60’s. New York, 1965

___________ & Ethel Raim (eds.). Anthology of American Folk Music. (Transcriptions from the Folkways series: Vol I

Ballads FA 2951; Vol II Social Music FA 2952; Vol III Songs FA2953: all edited by Harry Smith). New York, 1973

Dyer-Bennet, Richard (arr.). The Richard Dyer-Bennet Folk Song Book. Fifty Songs. New York, 1971

Dykema, Peter W. (comp., ed.). Twice 55: Part Songs for Boys. Boston, n.d.

Eckstorm, F.H. and M.W. Smith. Minstrelsy of Maine. Boston, 1927

Eddy, Mary O. (coll., arr.). Ballads and Songs from Ohio (1939). Hatboro, PA, 1964

Ehret, Walter (ed., arr.). Sourwood Mountain. New York, 1963

Electra Folk Song Kit. New York, 1959 [guide book to accompany [absent] LP]

Eliot, Marc. Death of a Rebel. New York, 1979

Elmore Vincent’s Lumberjack Songs. Chicago, 1932

Emrich, Duncan (comp.). American Folk Poetry. Boston, 1974

Everybody Sing! Business and Professional Eastern Area Mid-Winter Conference. YWCA, Germantown, February 1940

[stapled ditto]

Excell, E.O. Triumphant Songs. Chicago, 1887

Farnsworth, Charles H. & Cecil J. Sharp (eds.). Folk-Songs, Chanteys and Singing Games. New York, n.d. (c. 1915)

Ferguson, Gary Lynn (comp.). Song Finder: A Title Index to 32,000 Popular Songs in Collections, 1854-1992. Westport, CN,

1995 [books held by State Library of Louisiana]

Fife, Austin & Alta (ed. & commentary). Ballads of the Great West. Palo Alto, CA 1970

Foley, John Miles. The Theory of Oral Transmission: History & Methodology. Bloomington, IN, 1988

Folk Music: A Selection of Folk Songs, Ballads, Dances, Instrumental Pieces, and Folk Tales of the United States and Latin

America. Catalog of Phonograph Records. Music Division, Library of Congress, 1959

Foner, Philip S. American Labor Songs of the Nineteenth Century. Chicago, 1975

Foster, Stephen. Songs of Stephen Foster. Prepared for School and General Use. Pittsburgh, 1834

____________. Treasure Chest of Stephen Foster Songs. New York, 1940

____________. A Treasury of Stephen Foster. New York, 1946

Fowke, Edith & Joe Glazer (eds.). Songs of Work and Freedom. 1961 (1960).

[fragment of paperback songbook, pp. 85-208, mainly from Caribbean islands, c. 1955]

Frey, Hugo (ed.). America Sings: Community Song Book for schools, clubs, assemblies, camps and recreational groups. New

York, 1935

________. ___. Bill Hardey's Songs of the Gay Nineties. New York, 1942

________. ___. Stephen Foster Immortal Memories. New York, n.d. (1939). (missing pp. 9-15)

Frith, Simon. Sound Effects: Youth, Leisure, and the Politics of Rock ‘n’ Roll. New York, 1981

Gardiner, Emelyn Elizabeth & Geraldine Jencks Chickering (coll., ed.). Ballads and Songs of Southern Michigan. Ann Arbor,


Garvey, Mary E. Songs of Washington. self-published. 8 Feb 1991

Gilmore, Jeanne & Robert C. Chantez, La Louisiane! Louisiana Folk Songs. Lafayette, LA, 1970

Glassie, Henry, et al. Folksongs and Their Makers. Bowling Green, OH., 1979

Glazer, Tom. A New Treasury of Folk Songs. New York, 1961

__________. Do Your Ears Hang Low? Fifty More Musical Fingerplays. New York, 1980

Gospel Melodies and Evangelistic Hymns. Takoma Park, Washinton, DC, 1944

Gray, Roland Palmer. Songs and Ballads of the Maine Lumberjacks, with Other Songs from Maine. Cambridge, MA, 1924

Great Golden Folk Songs Sing Along. New York, n.d. [c. 1960]

Green, Archie et al. (eds.). The Big Red Songbook. Chicago, 2007

Greenway, John. American Folksongs of Protest. New York, 1960 (1953 1st ed.)

Grossman, Stefan et al. Country Blues Songbook. New York, 1973

Guiterman, Arthur. I Sing the Pioneer. New York, 1926

Guthrie, Woody. American Folksong (1947). Ed. Moses Asch. New York, 1961

Haglund, Ivar & George Frederick McKay. An Ivar Book of Ballads from Puget Sound. Seattle, 1953

Handy, W.C. (ed.). A Treasury of the Blues. New York, 1949 (1926)

Harding’s Original Collection of Jigs and Reels. New York, n.d. [1932].

Harlow, Frederick Pease. Chanteying Aboard American Ships (1962). Mystic Seaport, Mystic, CT, 2004

Haufrecht, Herbert (ed.). ‘Round the World Folksing. New York, 1964

Haywood, Charles. A Bibliography of North American Folklore and Folksong. Vol One: The American People North of

Mexico, Including Canada and Vol Two: The American Indians North of Mexico, Including the Eskimos. Both vols. New

York, 2nd rev. ed., 1961 (1951)

Heaps, Willard A. & Porter W. The Singing Sixties: The Spirit of Civil War Days Drawn from the Music of the Times. Norman,

OK, 1960

Held, John Jr. The Saga of Frankie & Johnny. New York, 1930 [in slipcase, of 2,050 copies]

Heresies #10. Women and Music. New York, 1980

Hille, Waldemar (ed.). The People's Song Book (1948), New York, 1966

Hubbard, Lester A. Ballads & Songs from Utah. Salt Lake City, 1961

100 Great Country & Western Songs. New York, 1965

Hudson, Arthur Palmer. Folksongs of Mississippi and Their Background. New York, 1981. [1936]

Huntington, Gale. Songs the Whalemen Sang. Barre, MA, 1964

Hymns for Junior Worship. Philadelphia, 1940

Ives, Burl. Burl Ives Song Book. New York, 1964 (1953)

_______. Song in America: Our Musical Heritage. New York, 1962

_______. Sea Songs of Sailing, Whaling and Fishing [missing title pp. & 1-5]. C. 1956

_______. The Wayfarin’ Stranger. New York, 1955

Jackson, George Pullen. Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. New York, 1981 [1952]

__________________ (coll., ed.). Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America: Two Hundred and Fifty Tunes and Texts with an

Introduction and Notes. New York, 1964 (1st ed. 1937)

Johnson, James Weldon. God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse. New York, 1961

___________________ & J. Rosomond. The Books of American Negro Spirituals (2 vols. [1925 and 1926] in 1). New York,


Johnson, John Henry (ed.). Bawdy Ballads and Lusty Lyrics “Maxwell Droke, publisher” Indianapolis, 1935

Keller, Dominic J. Fundamentals of Gregorian Chant. Collegeville, MN, 1947

Kennedy, Charles O’Brien. American Ballads: Naughty, Ribald and Classic. New York, 1952

Kenney, Maureen (coll.). Circle Round the Zero: Play Chants & Singing Games of City Children. St. Louis, MO, 1975

Klein, Joe. Woody Guthrie: A Life. New York, 1980

Kodish, Debora. Good Friends and Bad Enemies: Robert Winslow Gordon and the Study of American Folksong. Urbana, IL


Kolb, Sylvia & John (ed., comp.). A Treasury of Folk Songs. New York, 1954

Kornbluth, Joyce L. Rebel Voices: An IWW Anthology (1964). Ann Arbor, MI, 1972

Korson, George (ewd.). Pennsylvania Songs and Legends. Baltimore, 1949 [photostated contents page and one song: “Wann

ich vun dem Land rei kumm” [When I Came to this Country]

Korson, George (ed.). Pennsylvania Songs and Legends. Philadelphia, 1949

Labor Songs dedicated to the Knights of Labor. Chicago, 1886 [Photostat]

Lawless, Ray. Folksingers and Folksongs in America. New York, 2nd ed., 1965 [1960]

Lee, Katie. Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle. Albuquerque, 2001 (1976)

Leisy, James F. The Folk Song Abecedary. New York, 1966

Leisy, James F. (sel., arr.) Songs for Pickin’ and Singin’. Greenwich, CT, 1962

Linscott, Eloise Hubbard (coll., ed.) Folk Songs of Old New England. New York, 1939

Lomax, Alan. The Folk Songs of North America. Garden City, NY, 1960

Lomax, John A. (coll.). Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads. New York; two eds., 1923 & 1938

____________ (comp., ed.). The Penguin Book of American Folk Songs. Harmondsworth, 1968 (1964)

____________. Songs of the Cattle Trail and Cow Camp. New York, 1927

____________ & Alan Lomax (coll., adapted & arr.). Folk Song U.S.A. New York, 1966 (1947)

____________ ___________. (coll., comp.). Our Singing Country: Folk Songs and Ballads (1941). Mineola, NY, 2000

Lomax, John A. & Alan (coll., comp.) Our Singing Country: A Second Volume of American Ballads and Folk Songs. New

York, 1941

___________________. American Ballads and Folk Songs. 1962 (1934)

Lynn, Frank. Songs for Singin’. San Francisco, 1961

Lyle, Katie Letcher. Scalded to Death by the Steam: Authentic Stories of Railroad Disasters and the Ballads that were Written

About Them. Chapel Hill, NC., 1991

Lyons, Charles R. Berthold Brecht: The Despair and the Polemic. Carbondale, 1968

Mattox, Cheryl Warren (coll., adapted). Shake It to the One That You Love the Best: Play Songs and Lullabies from Black

McCurdy, Ed. Ed McCurdy’s Song Book of Wit and Mirth: The Choice from His Recordings of Dalliance Songs. New York,


McKinney, B.B. & W. Hines Sims. Evangelistic Songs. Nashville, TN, n.d. [c. 1948]

Messages of Love Hymn Book. St. Louis, MO, n.d. [c. 1930]

Moore, Ethel & Chauncey O. Ballads and Folk Songs of the Southwest: More than 600 Titles, Melodies, and Texts Collected in

Oklahoma. Norman OK., 1964

Morris, Alton C. (coll., ed.). Folksongs of Florida. New York, 1981 [1950]

Morse, Jim (coll., ed.). The Dell Book of Great American Folk Songs. New York, 1963

Morse, Jim & Nancy Mathews (coll., ed.). The Sierra Club Survival Songbook. New York, 1971

Moore, Frank. Personal and Political Ballads. New York, 1864

Neely, Charles. Tales and Songs of Southern Illinois. Carbondale, IL, 1998 (1st ed. 1938)

Nettl, Bruno. Folk Music in the United States: An Introduction (1960) Detroit, 1976

Newell, William Wells (coll., comp.). Games and Songs of American Children. New York, 1963 (rep of 2nd ed. 1902 [1st ed.


Niles, John Jacob (coll, arr.). The Anglo-American Carol Study Book. Schirmer’s American Folk-Song series, Set 26. New

York, 1948

O’Connor, John. Songs for Workers of Washington: an unofficial songbook for the 1989 State of Washington Centennial.

Seattle, 1989

Original Sacred Harp, Denson Revision. Cullman, AL, 1966 (1st ed. 1844)

Owens, William A. Texas Folk Songs. Austin, TX., 1950 [HB]

Pankake, Marcia & Jon; Joe’s Got a Head Like a Ping-Pong Ball: A Prairie Home Companion Folk Song Book (1988). New

York, 1990

The Peter, Paul and Mary Song Book. New York, 1964

Pound, Louise. Folk-Song of Nebraska and the Central West: A Syllabus. From reports given before the Annual Meeting of the

Academy of Sciences 1913-1915. n.p., n.d.

Randolph, Vance (ed.). Ozark Folksongs. Ed., abridged, Norm Cohen., Urbana IL, 1982

______________. Pissing in the Snow and Other Ozark Folktales. New York, 1977 (1976)

______________ (coll., ed.). Ozark Folksongs. In Four Volumes. Revised ed. Columbia, MO., 1980

Vol I: British Ballads and Songs

Vol II: Songs of the South and West

Vol III: Humorous and Play-Party Songs

Vol IV: Religious Songs and Other Items

Recreational Songs. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Deseret, 1949

Reuss, Richard A. Songs of American Labor, Industrialization and the Urban Work Experience: A Discography. U. of

Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1983

Reynolds, Malvina. Song in My Pocket. California Labor School, San Francisco, 1954 (4 copies)

Rickaby, Franz (coll., ed.). Ballads and Songs of the Shanty-Boy. Cambridge, MA., 1926

Richfield Christmas Carols and caroling customs in other lands. n.p., n.d.

Ritchie, Jean. Singing Family of the Cumberlands (1955). New York, 1980.

Robbin, Ed. Woody Guthrie and Me: An Intimate Reminiscence. Berkeley, 1979

Rodnitzky, Jerome L. Minstrels of the Dawn: The Folk-Protest Singer as a Cultural Hero. Chicago, 1976

Rowdy Rhymes and Bibulous Ballads Gathered from Many Gay Minstrels. Mount Vernon, NY., n.d. [1960]

Rubin, Ruth ( -2000), ed. A Treasury of Jewish Folksong. New York, 1950

Sandberg, Larry & Dick Weissman. The Folk Music Sourcebook. New York, 1976

Sandburg, Carl. The American Songbag. San Diego, CA, 1990 (1927)

San Francisco Folk Music Club. Directory 1988, 1992, 1998

Scarborough, Elizabeth. The Songkiller Saga. Vol I: Phantom Banjo. Vol II: Picking the Ballad’s Bones (missing Vol III:

Strum Again?). New York, 1991

Scott, John Anthony. The Ballad of America. New York, 1966

Sedberry, Stephen. My Side of the Sky. Birmingham, AL, 1977

Seeger, Peggy. Folk Songs of Peggy Seeger. New York, 1964

Seeger, Pete. The Incompleat Folksinger. New York, 1972

_________. Where Have All the Flowers Gone: A Singer's Stories, Songs, Seeds, Robberies. Bethlehem, PA, 1993

Seeger, Ruth Crawford. American Folk Songs for Children in Home, School and Nursery School. Garden City, NY, 1948

__________________. American Folk Songs for Christmas. Garden City, NY, 1953

__________________. Animal Folk Songs for Children: Traditional American Songs. Garden City, NY, 1950

Sharp, Cecil J. American-English Folk-Songs Collected in the Southern Appalachians…. New York, 1918

___________. Folk Songs of English Origin Collected in the Appalachian Mountains: First and Second Series. London, 1966

(1919 & 1921)

___________. (coll., arr.). Seventeen Nursery Songs from the Appalachian Mountains. Novello Book 340. London, 1951

___________ & Maud Karpeles (coll., ed.). Eighty English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians. London, 1968

Shay, Frank. My Pious Friends and Drunken Companions [1927] and More Pious Friends and Drunken Companions:

Songs and Ballads of Conviviality collected by.... [1928]. New York, 1961.

__________. An American Sailor’s Treasury: Sea Songs, Chanteys, Legends and Lore. Two vols. in one. [1948 & 1951]. New

York, 1991

Siegmeister, Elie (arr., intro.). The Joan Baez Songbook. New York, 1964

Silber, Fred & Irwin. Folksinger’s Wordbook. New York, 1973

Silber, Irwin (ed.). Lift Every Voice! The Second People's Song Book (1953). New York, 1964

__________& Ethel Raim (eds.).. American Favorite Ballads: Tunes and Songs as sung by Pete Seeger. New York, 1961

Silverman, Jerry. Mel Bay Presents Songs of the Sea, Rivers, Lakes & Canals. Pacific, MO, n.d.

Sing ‘em, Cowboy, Sing ‘em!. Toronto, 1934

Sing Together: A Girl Guide Songbook. New York, 1949

Smith, Betty N. Jane Hicks Gentry: A Singer Among Singers. Lexington, KY, 1998

Smith, Jean (comp.). Rainybook I: being a tasty collation of songs from the first ever Rainycamp. Bellevue, WA, 1990

_________. _____. Smithsongs: An index. Ringbound. 1992

Song Book. Union Label and Service Trades Department, AFL-CIO, Washington., n.d

Songs of Kiwanis. Chicago, 1927.
Songs of the People. New York, 1937

Songs of the Sea. Barn School, Gloucester, MA, 1988 [Mimi fundraiser]

Songs of the Workers to Fan the Flames of Discontent (1909). Chicago, 1974 (34th ed.)

Songs for Wallace. 2nd ed., 1948. [Photostats from Brown University]

Spaeth, Sigmund. Read ‘em and Weep. New York, 1945 (1926).

_____________. Weep Some More, My Lady. Garden City, New York, 1927

Tinsley, Jim Bob. He was Singin’ This Song¨ A Collection of Forty-Eight Traditional Songs of the American Cowboy, with

Words, Music, Pictures and Stories. Orlando, FFL, 1981

Treasure Chest of Christmas Songs and Carols. New York, 1936

Treasure Chest Community Songster. New York, 1936

A Tribute to Woody Guthrie. New York, 1970

Tudor, Tasha (sel., ed.). Take Joy! The Tasha Tudor Christmas Book. Cleveland, OH, 1966

Twice 55 Community Songs. Boston, n.d. [c. 1920]

Van Der Horst, Brian. Folk Music in America. New York, 1972

Van Ronk, Dave & Richard Ellington (coll., ed.). The Bosses’ Songbook: Songs to Stifle the Flames of Discontent. 2nd ed., New

York, 1969

Van Stone, Mary R. (coll., trans.). Spanish Folk Songs of New Mexico. Chicago, 1928

Wald, Elijah & John Junkerman. River of Song: A Musical Journey Down the Mississippi. New York, 1999 [companion to PBS

Smithsonian Institution series]

Wallrich, William. Air Force Airs: Songs and Ballads of the United States Air Force World War One through Korea. New

York, 1957

Warner, Anne. Traditional American Folk Songs from the Anne & Frank Warner Collection. Syracuse, NY., 1984

Watson, Doc. The Songs of Doc Watson. New York, 1971

Weissberg, Eric (arr.). Duelling Banjos. (piano solo). New York, 1973

Willens, Doris. Lonesome Traveler: The Life of Lee Hays. New York, NY.,1988

Winn, Marie (coll., ed.). The Fireside Book of Children’s Songs. New York, 1966

Wolfe, Charles K. (ed.). Folk Songs of Middle Tennessee: The George Boswell Collection. Knoxville, TN, 1997

Work, John W. American Negro Songs and Spirituals. New York, 1940

Wyman, Loraine (coll., ed.). Lonesome Tunes: Folk Songs from the Kentucky Mountains. New York, 1916

Yolen, Jane (ed.). The Fireside Book of Birds and Beasts. New York, 1972 [photostat in binder]

Banjo Newsletter: The 5-String Banjo Magazine. Vol XXI, No. 7 May 1994

California Traditional Music Society Journal

Cantabrigia. Catalogue Seventeen. Folk Lore, Folk Music, Social History, Ethnology. Cambridge, MA, n.d.

Come-All-Ye (4 vols.)

Come For to Sing (Chicago) 21 vols

Dirty Linen see list for holdings

The Etude Music Magazine. Philadelphia. October 1928, October 1932

Folksong in the Classroom, Sturbridge, MA. 15 vols., 1980-95

The Folknik (San Francisco FMC)

Folkscene (Los Angeles) complete bar V6-8,V9-1, V10-1

Folktivities (2 vols.)

Folkways Records. Fall-Winter Catalog, 1959. New York, 1959

Frets (7 vols.)

Friends of Mountain Music (Corvallis, OR) 6 vols

Golden West Bluegrass (2 vols.)

Guitar Player

In the Tradition (2 vols.)

J.E.M.F. Quarterly (Los Angeles) 11 vols

Local Lore (Portland, OR)

Mugwumps. Silver Spring, MD. Vol 1 No 5 Sept 1972; Vol 2 No 3 May 1973; Vol 2 No 4 July 1973; Vol 5 No 1, July 1976;

Vol 5 No.5; Vol 5 No. 6

The Musician. Boston. Vol XXII, No. 2, February 1917

North Country Folk (2 vols.)

Paid My Dues: Journal of Women & Music. Number 4, March 1975. Milwaukee, WI

Pickin’ (2 vols.)

The Record Finder (4 vols.)

Schoenfeld, Ed (ed.). The Incomplete Political Music Resource Guide. Vol 1 No. 1 January 1977

Seattle Folklore Society Flyer

___________________ Journal

Sing Out! (New York: Bethlehem, PA) see list for holdings

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Catalog 2000. [Washington, 2000]

Reprints from Sing Out! see list for holdings

Victory Music Folk and Jazz Review (Seattle) + Vol 14, No. 5 May 1989

Allen’s Reels and Strathspeys and General Dance Music. [pp. 3-42 only] n.p., n.d.

Anarchy 51. London, May, 1965 [articles on blues and folk music]

Ashton, John. Chap-books of the Eighteenth Century (1882). New York, 1970

__________. Modern Street Ballads (1888). New York, 1968

Ballantyne, Mike. Pint Pot & Plough: Thirty-One English Traditional Folksongs. Cobble Hill, BC, 1994

Baring Gould, S. & H. Fleetwood Sheppard (coll., arr.). A Garland of Country Song: English Folk Song with their Traditional

Melodies. London, 1895 repr 1976

Behan, Dominic. Ireland Sings. New York, 1973

Berman, Leslie & Heather Wood (eds.). Grass Roots International Folk Resource Directory. New York, 1985

Bradley, S.A.J.(sel., ed., intro., notes, glossary). Sixty Ribald Songs from Pills to Purge Melancholy [Henry Playford, 1698,

1700, 1702-3, 1706, ed. Thomas D’Urfey]. London, 1968

Breed, Rev. David R. The History and Use of Hymns and Hymn-Tunes. London, 1934. [1st ed 1903]

Broadwood, Lucy E. and J.A. Fuller-Maitland. English County Songs. London, 1893

Brocklebank, Joan & Biddie Kindersley (eds.). A Dorset Book of Folk Songs. EFDSS, London, 1971 (1948)

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