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Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Lomax, February 25, 1801

James Madison to Professor Lomax, September 10, 1827.

James Madison to John T. Lomax, March 10, 1827.

J.H. Robison ranch near Lomax, Nebraska

J.H. Robison ranch near Lomax, Nebraska

J.H. Robison ranch near Lomax, Nebraska

A boy with greyhounds on the John A. Edminstein farm, Lomax, Custer County, Nebraska.

John A. Edminstein farm, Lomax, Custer County, Nebraska.

John A. Edminstein farm, Lomax, Custer County, Nebraska.

Family in front of the W.T. Woody farmhouse, Lomax, Nebraska

The Evergreen Stock Farm run by J. Robinson, Lomax, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Evergreen Stock Farm run by J. Robinson, Lomax, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Evergreen Stock Farm run by J. Robinson, Lomax, Custer County, Nebraska.

J.H. Robertson and Shephard crew threshing alfalfa on farm near Lomax, Nebraska.

[John Avery Lomax, Jr. standing next to car, looking left]

[Groups of people dancing (Alan Lomax is seen making a film in one shot). Photos probably from the Georgia, Florida and Bahamas expedition, 1935]

[Nassau harbor, people on docks(?), Alan Lomax sitting near boat at dock(?), from Georgia, Florida and Bahamas expedition, 1935]

[Groups of people dancing, (Alan Lomax is seen making a film in one shot). Photos probably from the Georgia, Florida and Bahamas expedition, 1935]

[Woman standing in distance, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman seated in porch swing, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Portraits of people (including Mary Elizabeth Barnicle in first frame and Alan Lomax in second frame); people dancing, Frederica, Georgia, 1935]

[Man holding child, standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man holding child, standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman standing outside two houses, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man holding child, standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man standing, half-length, with pipe, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Child sitting in window, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Rear view of woman entering house, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man seated in rocking chair, facing forward, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Woman hanging laundry on the line, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Child standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man standing next to road, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man standing at door of house, looking out, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Cat Island in the Bahamas]

[Man wearing tie, standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man sitting in doorway, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Two men walking down road, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman seated in porch swing, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Woman seated in porch swing, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Man seated in rocking chair, facing forward, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Man seated, facing right, holding hat, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Woman standing, full-length, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman standing, facing front, two houses in background, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man, woman and child standing, facing front, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man sitting in doorway, possibly taken during the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman standing outside house, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Nassau harbor, taken during Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle's recording trip to the Bahamas, 1935]

[Woman seated in rocking chair, Eatonville, Fla., facing forward, taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Man standing in front of house, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Two men in doorway, one sitting, one standing, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Snapshot of two men, possibly attending Huddie Ledbetter's wedding at John Lomax's home in Wilton, CT, 1935]

[Man standing, facing right, Eatonville, Fla., taken during the Lomax, Hurston, Barnicle 1935 expedition to Georgia, Florida and the Bahamas]

[Woman standing, facing right, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Man walking down road, at a distance, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Woman and boy standing in road, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Two men, one sitting, one standing, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

[Two men and a girl posed standing in foreground, possibly from the visit by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle to Andros Island in the Bahamas]

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, December 9, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, June 5, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, July 19, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, April 21, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, May 27, 1938

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, November 8, 1938

[Alan Lomax (left) with Richard Queen of Soco Junior Square Dance Team at the Mountain Music Festival, Asheville, North Carolina]

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, July 18, 1938

Letter from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, General Delivery, Raiford, FL

Letter from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; General Delivery, Merryville, LA

Letter from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Telegram from John A. Lomax to Harold "Stivacke"

Letter from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; University Station, Austin, TX

Letter from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Delivery receipt for John A. Lomax

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, General Delivery, Clemson, SC

Letter to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

Telegram from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

Telegram from Jacob A. Evanston, Board of Education, to John A. Lomax

Letter from John A. Lomax to Mr. A. J. Dornbush

Telegram from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, c/o Warden Thames, Parchman, MS

Letter from Alan Lomax to Pearl R. Nye, January 16, 1939

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Huntsville, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; General Delivery, Houston, TX

Postal Telegraph from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke re: shipment of records to Raiford, FL

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, General Delivery, Huntsville, TX and Merryville, LA

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, Port Aransas, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; University Station, Austin, TX

Telegram from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax, General Delivery, Houston, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

Letter from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Letter from John A. Lomax to Mr. Broome, San Angelo

Telegram from John A. Lomax to Harold Spivacke

Receipt for charges collected by John Lomax (addressed to "Dr. Howard Spivacke")

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Huntsville, TX

Letter from Harold Spivacke to John A. Lomax; Port Aransas, TX

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