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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Personal

Correspondence

Research Files

Book Series

Course Notes

Folklore Reprints

Works in Process

Reviews

SALA

Recorded Materials (Labeled)

Recorded Materials (Not Labeled)

University of Houston Libraries, Special Collections

Professor John Q. Anderson Papers

An Inventory of Holdings at the University of Houston Libraries



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Anderson, John Q., 1941-1970
Title: Professor John Q. Anderson Papers
Dates: 1922-1975
Abstract: The Professor John Q. Anderson Papers contain extensive materials including letters from former students, a diary, transcripts and other materials relating to American folk beliefs, medicine, and folksongs along with newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, notes and many other items.
Identification: 1972-001
Quantity: 24.00 Linear Feet
Language of Materials The papers are in:English
Repository: University Archives University of Houston Libraries

Biographical Note

Professor John Q. Anderson was born in Wheeler County, Texas May 30, 1916. He received his A.B. from Oklahoma State University in 1939, the M.A. from Louisiana State University in 1948, and the Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina in 1952. His World War II tour of duty included time spent in England, France, and Germany.

Professor Anderson held teaching positions at the University of Texas, University of North Carolina, and McNeese State College before his 1953 appointment as Instructor at Texas A & M University, where he was Assistant Professor, 1954-1956; Associate Professor, 1956-1959; Professor, 1959-1962; and Department Head, 1962-1966. In 1966 he became Professor of American literature at the University of Houston and went on disability leave May 13, 1974.

Active in professional and learned societies, he was president of the Texas Folklore Society and the American Studies Association of Texas, which named him its first Distinguished Fellow in Houston on November 16, 1974.

Professor Anderson was author of more than 70 articles and books. Some of his books included Brokenburn: The Journal of Kate Stone, 1861-1868 (1955) A Texas Surgeon in the C.S.A. (1957), Louisiana Swamp Doctor: The Life and Writings of Henry Clay Lewis (1962), Tales of Frontier Texas (1966), John C. Duval, First Texas Man of Letters (1967), With the Bark On: Popular Humor of the Old South (1967), Campaigning with Parsons' Texas Cavalry Brigade, C.S.A. (1967), Texas Folk Medicine (1970), and The Liberating Gods: Emerson on Poets and Poetry (1971).

Dr. John Q. Anderson, Professor Emeritus of English, died February 19, 1975, following a long illness.

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Scope and Contents

The Professor John Q. Anderson Papers contain extensive materials including letters from former students, a diary, transcripts and other materials relating to American folk beliefs, medicine, and folksongs along with newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, notes and many other items.

Forms part of the University Archives.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research.

Use Restrictions

Special Collections owns the physical items in our collections, but copyright normally belongs to the creator of the materials or their heirs. The researcher has full responsibility for determining copyright status, locating copyright holders, and abiding by current copyright laws when publishing or displaying copies of Special Collections material in print or electronic form. For more information, consult the appropriate librarian.

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Index Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Corporate Name:
University of Houston
University of Houston--Dept. of English
Geographic Name:
Texas--Folklore

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

The Professor John Q. Anderson Papers, Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries

Acquisition

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Detailed Description

 

Personal

This series contains 24 folders and is divided into 2 sub-series: Personal and Family Background, and Family Scrapbooks. The Family Scrapbooks contain a variety of material kept by Professor Anderson and include family photographs, newspaper clippings and programs and are arranged chronologically. For additional personal items, please see boxes; 15, 16, 17, and 18.
Personal and Family Background
Box Folder
1 1 Daily Planner 1974-1975
2 Diary Feb. 13, 1933
3 Family History
4 Family History
5 Family History; Correspondence and Research Material
6 Family History; Diary of Emily Eugene Grant
7 High School Commencement Invitation and Diploma
8 Notes from Classmates
9 Report Cards
Box Item
15 1 Diploma: Lousiana State University
2 Diploma: Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College
3 Diploma: University of Houston
Family Scrapbooks
Box Folder
1 10 Family Scrapbook 1 - Family Photographs 1942-1954
11 Family Scrapbook 1 - Index 1942-1954
12 Family Scrapbook 2 - Index 1954-1956
13 Family Scrapbook 2 - Newspaper Clippings 1954-1956
14 Family Scrapbook 2 - Photographs and Newspaper Clippings 1954-1956
15 Family Scrapbook 2 - Photographs and Newspaper Clippings 1954-1956
16 Family Scrapbook 3 - Newspaper Clippings 1957-1961
17 Family Scrapbook 3 - Newspaper Clippings 1957-1961
18 Family Scrapbook 3 - Photographs and Newspaper Clippings 1957-1961
19 Family Scrapbook 4 - Newspaper Clippings 1962-1964
20 Family Scrapbook 4 - Programs 1962-1964
21 Family Scrapbook 5 - Newspaper Clippings 1965-1969
22 Family Scrapbook 5 - Photographs and Newspaper Clippings 1965-1969
23 Family Scrapbook 6 - Newspaper Clippings and Photographs 1970-1975
24 Family Scrapbook 6 - Newspaper Clippings and Programs 1970-1975
Box Item
16 1 Wedding Scrapbook
Box Item
17 1 Photo Album; Pictures from early childhood-1947
Box Item
18 1 Scrapbook; College Press Clippings
2 Folk Medicine of Texas
3 Scrapbook; Marie Loraine Epps Pictures 1940-1945
4 Scrapbook; Marie Loraine Epps; Some editorials and articles from misc. papers
5 The Liberating Gods; Galley Proof

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Correspondence

This series contains 88 folders and is divided into Personal and Professional Correspondence, arranged chronologically. Personal Correspondence contains 61 folders and is sub-divided into three sub-series; Correspondence from Loraine Epps, (his future wife), Correspondence During Illness and After Death, and Personal Correspondence. Unfortunately, letters written by Professor Anderson to Miss Epps were lost. Professional Correspondence contains 27 folders and is arranged alphabetically by folder title.
Correspondence: Loraine Epps
Box Folder
1 25 1941
26 January, 1942
27 February, 1942
28 March, 1942
29 April, 1942
30 May, 1942
31 June, 1942
32 July, 1942
33 August, 1942
34 September, 1942
35 October, 1942
36 July, 1943
37 August, 1943
38 September, 1943
39 October, 1943
40 April, 1944
41 May, 1944
42 March, 1945
43 December, 1945
44 January, 1946
45 February, 1946
46 March, 1946
47 April, 1946
48 May, 1946
49 June, 1946
50 July, 1946
51 August, 1946
52 1947
Correspondence: During Illness and After Death
Box Folder
1 53 Contents Lists
54 1956-1972
55 January-December, 1973
56 May, 1974
57 June, 1974
58 July, 1974
59 August, 1974
Box Folder
2 1 September, 1974
2 October, 1974
3 November, 1974
4 December, 1974
5 January, 1975
6 February, 1975
7 March, 1975
8 April-December, 1975
Personal Correspondence
Box Folder
2 9 Dr. and Mrs. Anderson
10 Mrs. Anderson September 17, 1980
11 Friends 1976-1977
12 Friends and Former Colleagues 1976-1977
13 Hudson, Arthur Palmer
14 Miller, Perry
15 Students
16 Students
17 Student List
18 Termination of Apartment Lease
19 Turner, Arbin
Professional Correspondence
This series contains 31 folders and is arranged alphabetically by folder title. Items of special interest to the researcher would include files marked Biographical Information.
Box Folder
2 20 Award - "Distinguished Fellow"
21 Ballad of Graham Barnett
22 Ballads for Texas Heroes 1963
23 Biographical Information
24 Biographical Information
25 Biographical Information
26 Biographical Information (transcripts)
27 Books in Folklore
28 Confederate 1966-1967
29 Department of English Contract
30 Job Offers
31 Merit Raise
32 Miscellaneous
33 Miscellaneous
34 Notes
35 Preserving the Folklore of the Southern Heritage
36 Proposals
37 Southern Heritage Foundation
38 Southern Literature Festival 1964
39 Stovall, Floyd
40 Student Recommendations
41 Teaching Award
42 Texas Place Name Research
43 Texas and Southwest Medical Lore
44 Theta Sigma Phi - 18th Annual Writers Roundup
45 Twayne U.S. Authors - American Humor
46 Vanderbilt University Press
Box Folder
3 1 Twayne U.S. Authors - American Humor
2 Vanderbilt University Press
3 Waco Girl
4 Wayland Hand 1967-1970

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Research Files

These 55 folders contain newspaper articles of interest to Professor Anderson and are arranged alphabetically by folder title and cover a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to, Buried Treasure, Fold Medicine, Outlaws, and Superstitions, among many others. The folders marked Miscellaneous contain newspaper articles on a wide range of subjects.
Box Folder
3 5 Buried Treasure
6 Cattle Trails
7 Cattle Trails
8 Crazy English Test and Horse Feathers
9 Dobie
10 Dobie
11 Dobie
12 Folk Medicine and Beliefs
13 Folk Medicine and Beliefs
14 Folk Medicine and Beliefs
15 Folk Medicine and Beliefs
16 Holidays
17 Holidays
Box Folder
4 1 Indians
2 Indians
3 Miscellaneous
4 Miscellaneous
5 Miscellaneous
6 Miscellaneous
7 Miscellaneous
8 Miscellaneous
9 Miscellaneous
10 Miscellaneous
Box Folder
5 1 Miscellaneous
2 Miscellaneous
3 Miscellaneous
4 Miscellaneous
5 Newspaper Clippings
6 Newspaper Clippings
7 Newspaper Clippings
8 Newspaper Clippings
9 Outlaws- Etc., Officers and Gunfights
10 Outlaws- Etc., Officers and Gunfights
11 Recipes and Odd Eating
12 Superlatives
13 Superlatives
Box Folder
6 1 Superlatives
2 Superstitions
3 Superstitions
4 Superstitions
5 Texas Houses
6 Texas Houses
7 Texas Talk
8 Tolbert
9 Tolbert
10 Tolbert
11 Tolbert
Box Folder
7 1 Tolbert
2 Tolbert
3 Tolbert
4 Tolbert
5 Tolbert
6 Tolbert
7 Tolbert
8 Tolbert
3x5 Index Cards
Box Item
20 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Cures and Remedies 1967-1968
Box Item
21 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Cures and Remedies Fall 1968-1969
Box Item
22 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Cures and Remedies Spring 1969-Summer 1969
Box Item
23 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Medicines and Beliefs Fall 1969-Spring 1970
Box Item
24 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Medicine and Beliefs; Spring 1970 cont'd; Beliefs and Remedies Summer-Fall 1970
Box Item
25 1 3x5 Cards; Beliefs and Remedies Summer 1970-Fall 1971
Box Item
26 1 3x5 Cards; Beliefs and Remedies Fall 1971 cont'd
Box Item
27 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Cures and Remedies Fall 1971-Spring 1972
Box Item
28 1 3x5 Cards; Folk Cures and Remedies Summer 1972-1973
Box Item
29 1 Folk Cures and Remedies Summer 1973 cont'd

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Book Series

This series contains files related to books written or edited by Professor Anderson. The materials are arranged alphabetically by title of work. Some files contain more comprehensive records of the final work than others do. These files include, but are not limited to, drafts, galley proofs, correspondence, page proofs, research notes, and various versions of the final work. The titles included in this series concern 11 works by Professor Anderson and include: Campaigning with Parson's Texas Calvary, John C. Duval, First Texas Man of Letters, Early American Humor, The Liberating Gods, Louisiana Folklore, Medicine and Disease, Tales of Early Texas, Texas Folk Medicine, Texas Surgeon in the CSA, and With the Bark On.
Campaigning with Parson's Texas Calvary 1967
Box Folder
8 1 Draft Material
2 Draft Material
3 Draft Material
4 Draft Material
5 Draft Material
6 Draft Material
7 Draft Material
8 Draft Name: "Four TX Cavalrymen"
9 Draft Name: "Four TX Cavalrymen"
10 Draft Name: "Four TX Cavalrymen"
11 Draft Name: "Four TX Cavalrymen" Manuscript
12 Draft Name: "Four TX Cavalrymen" Manuscript
13 Draft Name: "Four TX Cavalrymen" Manuscript
14 Draft Name: "The Civil War Journal" Manuscript
15 Galley Proof
16 Galley Proof
17 Galley Proof
18 Galley Proof - Index
19 Notes
20 Notes
21 Notes; Correspondence; Revisions, Forms
22 Transcriptions of Original Letters
John C. Duval, First Texas Man of Letters 1967
Box Folder
8 23 Correspondence 1966
24 First Draft
25 First Page Proof
26 Final Page Proof
27 First Galley Proof
28 Final Manuscript
29 Research Notes
Early American Humor 1957
Box Folder
8 30 Bibliography
31 Brackenridge, Hugh Henry
32 Byrd, William
33 Cook, Ebenezer
34 Draft
35 Fields, Joseph M.
36 Franklin, Benjamin
37 Freneau, Philip
38 Green & Davis
39 Haliburton, Chandler
40 Irving, Peter
41 Longstreet
42 Lowell, James
43 Paulding, James Kirk
44 Robb, John S.
45 Salmagundi
46 Shillaber, Benjamin
47 Simms, William
48 Smith, Seba
49 Smith, Sol
50 Thompson, William
51 Trumball-Barlow
52 Witcher, Francis M.
The Liberating Gods 1971
For further materials related to The Liberating Gods, please see oversized Boxes 18, and 19.
Box Folder
9 1 Manuscript
2 Miami Press Correspondence
3 Corrections
4 Galley Proof
Box Item
19 1 The Liberating Gods; Rough Draft
2 The Liberating Gods; Bibliography
3 The Liberating Gods; Various Galley Proofs
Louisiana Folklore 1959
Box Folder
9 5 Table of Contents, Preface, and Intro
6 Pgs. 1-100
7 Pgs. 101-200
8 Pgs. 201-300
9 Pgs. 301-400
10 Pgs. 401-413
Medicine and Disease
Box Folder
9 11 Pgs. Intro-100
12 Pgs. 101-200
13 Pgs. 201-300
14 Pgs. 301-402
15 Pgs. 403-500
16 Pgs. 501-600
17 Pgs. 601-700
18 Pgs. 701-800
19 Pgs. 801-878
Tales of Early Texas 1966
Box Folder
9 20 Preface, Intro, and Chapter I
21 Chapter II
22 Chapter III
23 Chapter IV
24 Chapter V
25 Chapter VI
26 Chapter VII
Texas Folk Medicine 1970
Box Folder
9 27 Carbon Copy & Notes
28 Carbon Manuscript
29 Carbon Manuscript
30 Carbon Manuscript
31 Carbon Manuscript
32 Carbon Manuscript
33 Carbon Manuscript
34 Correspondence, Clipping
35 Galley Proof
36 Original Uncut Version
37 Original Uncut Version
Box Folder
10 1 Original Uncut Version
2 Original Uncut Version
Texas Surgeon in the CSA 1957
Box Folder
10 3 Manuscript
With the Bark On 1967
Box Folder
10 4 First Version: Tales of Old Southwest; Foreword & Intro
5 First Version: Tales of Old Southwest; Pgs. 1-100
6 First Version: Tales of Old Southwest; Pgs. 101-200
7 First Version: Tales of Old Southwest; Pgs. 201-300
8 First Version: Tales of Old Southwest; Pgs. 301-392
9 Galley Proof; Pg. 1-125
10 Galley Proof; Pg. 127-330
11 Galley Proof; Miscellaneous
12 Manuscript; Pg. 1-100
13 Manuscript; Pg. 101-200
14 Manuscript; Pg. 201-300
15 Manuscript; Pg. 301-400
16 Manuscript; Pg. 401-455 & Index

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Course Notes

This series contains 51 folders related to classes taught by Professor Anderson. The materials include course notes, newspaper articles, cartoons, and songs, related to various topics of interest to Professor Anderson. This series came as a distinct group and the original order and folder titles were maintained.
Box Folder
10 17 English 433 - American Folklore
18 English 433 - American Folklore; American Humor
19 English 433 - American Folklore; American Folkways
20 English 433 - American Folklore; American Heroes
21 English 433 - American Folklore; Buried Treasure
22 English 433 - American Folklore; Contemporary
23 English 433 - American Folklore; Syllabus
24 English 433 - American Folklore; Texas A&M
25 English 433 - American Folklore; Texas Folklore
26 English 433 - American Folklore; Witchcraft
27 English 433; Student Papers; The Analysis of Animal Tales of the American Negro and the Native African; By Mary Holiday
28 English 433; Student Papers; Doctors of the American Frontier; by Craig Allen Smith
29 English 433; Student Papers; The Faustus Syndrome: The Persecution of Witches and Magicians; by Richard Nelson
30 English 433; Student Papers; Let's Explore Kiddie Lore; By Lynda Blanton
31 English 433; Student Papers; Mother Goose Rhymes: Remnants of Political Protest; by Joanne Juren
32 English 433; Student Papers; "Once Upon a Time�"; By Nancy Lederman
33 English 433; Student Papers; The Origin of Paul Bunyan; By Bonnie Schmidt
34 English 433; Student Papers; Origins and Remnants of Voodoo in New Orleans; Louis C. Houck
35 English 433; Student Papers; The Peyote Cult: A Twentieth Century Indian Religion; By Ann Goostree
36 English 433; Student Papers; The Psychic World- A General Survey of ESP; By Gay Thompson
37 English 433; Student Papers; Salem Witchcraft- Causes and Cures; By Gary Neuhaus
38 English 433; Student Papers; The Shaman and Shamanism; By David Luft
39 English 433; Student Papers; The Tarot- Their Meaning and Divination; By Consuelo Perry
40 English 433; Student Papers; Witchcraft in Nathaniel Hawthorne's Works; By Laura Elwood
41 English 433; Student Papers; Witchcraft Past and Present; by Rosemary Gafner
42 English 433; Student Papers; Voodoo in Haiti; By Beverly Blaschke
43 English 433; Student Papers; Voodoo in South Lousiana; By Lawtie Adams
44 English 662; Ballad Book I; American Ballads
45 English 662; Ballad Book I; "Arkansas Frolics"
46 English 662; Ballad Book I; Creole French Songs
47 English 662; Ballad Book I; English/Scottish
48 English 662; Ballad Book I; Love Songs
49 English 662; Ballad Book I; Work Songs
50 English 662; Ballad Book II
51 English 662; Ballad Book II; A Cajun on Shakespeare
52 English 662; Ballad Book II; Australian/New Zealand
53 English 662; Ballad Book II; Miscellaneous Music
54 English 662; Ballad Book II; Miscellaneous Music
55 English 662; Ballad Book II; Miscellaneous Music
56 English 662; Ballad Book II; Spanish
57 English 662; Ballad Book II; Tapes/Panhandle/Creole
58 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad
59 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, American Ballads
60 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, Ballad Texts
61 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, Bibliography
62 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, Collections
63 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, Commentary
64 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, Criticism
65 English 662; Course Material; The Ballad, History
66 Folklore, A&M Students; English 329 Misc.
67 Folklore Programs and Misc. Materials

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Folklore Reprints

This series consists of reprints of articles published by Professor Anderson. It contains 23 folders, arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
11 1 "And Horns on the Toad"
2 "Belle Start and�"
3 "Drinking, Fighting, Fooling�"
4 "Emerson and the Ballad"
5 "Emerson an the Language of the Folk"
6 "Folkways in Writing About Northeast Louisiana"
7 "For the Ugliest Man"
8 "From Fly Gap to Why Bark"
9 "Henry Clay Lewis"
10 "Henry Clay Lewis, Alias �Madison Tensus'
11 "Lousiana Swamp Doctor"
12 "Mike Hooter- The Making of a Myth"
13 "New Orleans Voodoo�"
14 "Popular Beliefs in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas"
15 "Soldier Lore of the War"
16 "Soldier Lore of the War with Mexico"
17 "Special Powers in Folk cures and Remedies"
18 "Texas Stream Names"
19 "The Ghost of the Hutto"
20 "The Ghost of the Hutto Ranch"
21 "The Washers of the Shroud"
22 "Up Salt Creek without a Paddle"
23 "Western Folklore"

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Works in Process

This series contains 22 folders of notes, ideas, research materials, and partially written pieces found in the Collection.
Box Folder
11 24 "And the Wind Blows Free"
25 Four Texas Calvary Nun in the CSA - correspondence and contact material
26 Lake Charles Ballet Society - Gala Program
27 Notes - Dickonson
28 Notes - Edgar Allen Poe
29 Notes - Emerson
30 Notes - Hawthorne
31 Notes - Romanticism
32 Paper read by Mrs. Anderson at the 64th Annual TFS Meeting
33 Photographs of American Writers
34 Questionnaires and Replies
35 Research Material - William Wallace
36 Southern Methodist University (SMU) - Correspondence
37 Tabulation Figures for Articles on Folk cures and Remedies
38 Tapes Index List (for Tapes 1-14 and 20-22)
39 Texas Folklore society - Miscellaneous Correspondence
40 Texas Folklore Society - Paisano Books
41 Texas Place Names Research - Correspondence
42 Texas Place Names Research - Research Items
43 Texas Place Names Research - Questionnaires and Replies
44 The Ballad of Cole Younger - Correspondence and Miscellaneous Materials
45 The Gatesville Murder
46 The Person of Experience of G.N. Albright during the Civil War" -

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Reviews

This series contains 5 folders. Each folder is titled by the name of the work which was under review. Included are published newspaper articles, correspondence, and other related materials.
Box Folder
11 47 Campaigning with Parsons' Texas Calvary
48 Folklore
49 Tales of Frontier Texas
50 The Liberating gods
51 With the Bark on

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SALA

Southwestern American Literature Association. The purpose of the organization was to "promote the study of literature and culture of Southwestern United States." The Association contracted for the 1972 publication; A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Southwestern Literature. Professor Anderson served as the first Chairman of the organization.
Box Folder
12 1 SALA; Bibliography Material
2 SALA; Bibliography Material
3 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography
4 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Anglo American
5 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Description and Travel
6 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Early Commerce
7 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Farming and Ranching
8 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Folklore & Folksong
9 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; French
10 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Historical and Cultural Interpretation
11 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Language
12 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Later Commerce and Transportation
13 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Mining and Oil
14 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Negro
15 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Occupations: Hunting
16 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Other Minorities
17 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Plastic Arts Design and Printing
18 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Politics (Biography. Political history, Interpretations)
19 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Religion
20 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography: Spanish Mexican
21 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; The Land Animal/Plant Life
22 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; The People
23 SALA; Correspondence; Bibliography; Topography
24 SALA; Correspondence from Anderson
25 SALA; Correspondence to Anderson 1969-1971
26 SALA; Correspondence to Anderson; "Interested in Participating"
27 SALA; Correspondence with Lee and Gatson; Incoming letters 1967-1974
28 SALA; Correspondence with Lee and Gatson; Outgoing letters 1967-1974
29 SALA; English 4341
30 SALA; Format Instructions/Guidelines
31 SALA; General Correspondence 1969-1972
32 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Army Man, The
33 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Bad Men
34 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Descriptions & Discussions of Rivers
35 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Folklore
36 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Military
37 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; The Miner & Treasure
38 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Overland Trails
39 SALA; George Hendricks; Bibliography; Pioneer Women of the Southwest
40 SALA: George Hendricks; Bibliography of the Life and Literature of the SW;
41 SALA; George Hendricks; Correspondence; Incoming Letters
42 SALA; George Hendricks; Correspondence; Outgoing Letters
43 SALA; George Hendricks; English 385 Class Materials
44 SALA; George Hendricks; Part I; General Topic
45 SALA; George Hendricks; Part I; General Topics; Index List
46 SALA; George Hendricks; Part I; General Topics; Love. Art, and Language
47 SALA; George Hendricks; Part I; General Topics; Occupation
48 SALA; George Hendricks; Part I: General Topics; The Land
49 SALA; John Crittenden Duval
50 SALA; Mary Evelyn Moore Davis
51 SALA; Membership Information
52 SALA; Miscellaneous
53 SALA; Newsletters
54 SALA; Proposals
55 SALA; The Southwest: The Record in Books; 1969 Revision 1969
56 SALA Lectures; Academic Excellence is Not Enough
57 SALA Lectures; Afro-American Folk Songs
58 SALA Lectures; Correspondence 1966
59 SALA Lectures; Early American Humor to 1865
60 SALA Lectures; Folklore of the Texas Gulf Coast
61 SALA Lectures; Folksongs of the South
62 SALA Lectures; Literature and the Individual
63 SALA Lectures; Moral Standards
64 SALA Lectures; The Backwoodsman and the Yankee in Nineteenth Century American Humor
65 SALA Lectures; The Humanities in College Education Today
66 SALA Lectures; The Penalty for Superior Intelligence
67 SALA Lectures; Voodoo Songs and Dances

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Recorded Materials (Labeled)

Box Item
13 1 Tape No. I- English and Scottish Ballads
2 Tape No. II- American Ballads
3 Tape No. III- Western Ballads
4 Tape No. IV- Frontier Fiddle and Slave Songs
5 Tape No. V- Traditional American Folk Songs
6 Tape No. VI- Panhandle Songs
7 Tape No. VII- Panhandle Songs
8 Tape No. VIII- Creole Slave Songs and Panhandle Folksongs
9 Tape No. IX- Panhandle Folksongs
10 Tape No. X- Practice Tape; Ballads for Texas Heroes and Other Songs
11 Tape No. XI- Slave Songs and Others
12 Tape No. XII- Folksongs of the Texas Panhandle
13 Tape No. XIII- J. Kent Hackleman Interview
14 Tape No. XIV- J. Kent Hackleman Interview
15 Tape No. XV- Practice Tape
16 Tape No. XVI- Dr. John Q. Anderson, Lecture: Voodoo to Jazz
17 Tape No. XVII- Lecture: American and Louisiana Folk Songs
18 Tape No. XVIII- Panhandle Songs
19 Tape No. XIX- Lecture: Creole Gumbo Folk Songs
20 Tape No. XX- Dr. John Q. Anderson's Lecture: The Evolution of the Ballad
21 Tape No. XXI- WTAW Radio Station

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Recorded Materials (Not Labeled)

Reels
Box Item
14 1 Air Force Songs
2 Anthony McLeod and Fran McLaughlin
3 Brazilian Songs
4 Brohenburn Interview 1956
5 English & American Folksongs
6 Evolution of the American Ballad, The
7 Folklore Society Program
8 Hootenanny- Folksong Fest No. 1
9 Hootenanny- Folksong Fest No. 2
10 J.A.L Folklore Society Summer Concert I
11 J.A.L. Folklore Society Summer Concert II
12 Sounds of Bob Dylan, The
13 Southern Folksongs
14 Spanish Games and Songs
Tapes
Box Item
14 15 Big Mama
16 Buried Treasures
17 Country Recorded from TV Program
18 Folklore of the Texas Gulf Coast Sides 1&2
19 Interview with Mrs. Madalene Hill pt.1
20 Interview with Mrs. Madalene Hill pt. 2
21 Interview with Mrs. Madalene Hill pt. 3
22 Interview with Mrs. Thomas Watts and Mrs. A.G. Villanueva
23 Songs of Trains Appendix
24 Unidentified Hindu Voice of Woman & Man
25 Witches, Evil Eye
26 Woman Blue
27 Yiddish Humor

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