Carl Fleischhauer holds up old photograph of Johnny Ferrero and his wife in front of the old house People in photograph: Fleischhauer, Carl
Dan Ramasco (striped shirt), Bruno Ramasco (orange shirt), and Loui Cerri (with cowboy hat) visit cemetery with field team People in photograph: Marshall, Howard W.; Ramasco, Dan; Ramasco, Bruno; Cerri, Loui
Dan Ramasco (striped shirt), Bruno Ramasco (orange shirt), and Loui Cerri visit cemetery with field team People in photograph: Ramasco, Dan; Ramasco, Bruno; Marshall, Howard W.
Object on floor is Chuck Wheelock's chinks (a type of chaps) People in photograph: Wheelock, Chuck; Wheelock, Lola; Marshall, Howard W.
Clippings from 1959 collecting trip (photocopies); field notes from Texas collecting trip (in shorthand); correspondence from Virginia Smith; song transcripts; possibly songs that Alan and Elizabeth Lomax heard... more
1942-07-11 through 07-22; notes on Indiana Folklore conference; notes on Fisk trip/interviews with Willie Brown, Robert Johnson's mother, Son House, Turner Junior Johnson, Joe Williamson, and others
"A Memorandum About the July Trip to Coahoma County: Function approach to the Study of Folklore"; used as source material for book project, The Land Where the Blues Began
Pages from a field notebook, September 7, 1941, Rugby, Virginia, Walter Henderson's house; documentation for AFS 4782-4783, part of Coahoma trip?
Fisk University transcripts of tall tales by Buch Asa, Asa Ware, M.C. Orr, etc.; used as source material for book project, The Land Where the Blues Began
1941, likely AFS 4762-4768; Fisk University transcripts of church congregational services; used as source material for book project, The Land Where the Blues Began
Tampa notes; likely source material for "South of the South," 1943-11-28, CBS-BBC, 1943, "Transatlantic Call--People To People" see also AFC 1944/013 for possible source recording
Index of recordings from Greenville, MS, 1948, and Parchman, MS, 1947; could be a recording project, seems to be a list of 16 recordings
1950 diary, Paris; Opens with what appears to be a personal statement by Lomax discussing his work; personal entries about relationship with Robin Roberts