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Lomax, J. A.
Lomax, John A.
Lomax, John Avery
Musical sound recording
writer of accompanying material
Archive of American Folk Song
Archive of Folk Song (U.S.)
Halpert, Herbert (1911-2000)
Hawes, Bess Lomax (1921-2009)
Leadbelly, ca1885 (1949)
Leadbetter, Huddie (1885-1949)
Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory
Lomax, Alan (1915-2002)
Lomax, Ruby (1886-1961)
Lomax, Ruby T.
Lomax, Ruby Terrill
Seeger, Ruth Crawford (1901-1953))
Thompson, Harold William (1891-1964)
111 best American ballads, The : folk song USA
Adventures of a ballad hunter, 1947:
Afro-American blues and game songs
Afro-American spirituals, work songs, and ballads
Alabama from lullabies to blues
Alan Lomax recordings of rehearsals for White House program
American ballads and folk songs, collected and compiled by John A. Lomax,... and Alan Lomax, with a foreword by George Lyman Kittredge...
American Dialect Society collection
Anglo-American songs and ballads from the Archive of American Folk Song
Bahaman songs French ballads and dance tunes : from the Archive of American Folk Song
Bahaman songs ; French ballads and dance tunes ; Spanish religious songs and game songs
Balladeers and songsters of the Texas frontier
Ballads, laments, and drinking songs
Big Brazos Texas prison recordings, 1933 and 1934.
Big brazos Texas prisons recordings, 1933 and 1934
Black Appalachia string bands, songsters, and hoedowns
Black Texicans balladeers and songsters of the Texas frontier.
blues lineage musical geniuses of the fields, levees, and jukes, The
book of Texas, The
Bourgeois Blues, The
Buenas noches, Irene vals
Cajun & creole music 1934-1947
Captain Pearl R. Nye collection
Cowboy songs and other frontier ballads
Cowboy songs, ballads, and cattle calls from Texas
Cowboy songs of the Mexican border, 1910.
Fiddles and acordions
Folk Song U.S.A. : The 111 best American Ballads : [na głos z tow. fort.]
Folk song USA
Folk songs U.S.A.
Georgia I'm gonna make you happy
Goodnight, Irene : vals
Gwine dig a hole to put the devil in
Have a drink on me.
Herman R. Weaver family recording
Hoffpauir family, The
Inside looking out
Jail house bound John Lomax's first Southern prison recordings, 1933.
Jerry's Saloon blues.
John A. Lomax African American folksong cylinder recordings
John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax papers
John A. Lomax Oklahoma and Texas cylinder recordings
John A. Lomax, Ruby T. Lomax, and Bess Lomax Old Fiddlers' Convention collection
John A. Lomax southern states collection, 1933-1937
John A. Lomax Texas recordings, 1942
John A. Lomax Texas recordings, October 1941
John A. Lomax Texas recordings, winter 1941
John and Ruby Lomax 1939 southern states recording trip
John and Ruby Lomax 1940 southern states recordings collection
John Lomax's first Southern prison recordings, 1933
John Lomax's first Southern prison sojourn, 1933
Last cavalier, c1996:
Let it shine on me
Library of Congress field recordings, Texas [sound recording]
Lili Marlen : de la película del mismo título
Lomax photograph collection depicting folk musicians, primarily in the southern United States and the Bahamas
Mississippi, saints, and sinners from before the blues and gospel.
Mississippi, the blues lineage musical geniuses of the fields, levees, and jukes.
Negro folk songs as sung by Lead Belly, "King of the twelve-string guitar players of the world", long-time convict in the penitentiaries of Texas and Louisiana
Negro prison camp worksongs [prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve state farms, Texas]
Negro religious songs
Negro work songs and calls from the Archive of American Folk Song
Oh, Bury Me Not (Introduction: A Cowboy's Prayer)
Our singing country : a second volume of American ballads and folk songs
Pearl R. Nye collection
Play and dance songs and tunes from the Archive of American Folk Song
Saints & sinners from before the blues and gospel
Smoky Mountain ballads
Songs of the cattle trail and cow camp
South Carolina got the keys to the Kingdom
State of Arkansas, The
Ta ett glas med mej Have a drink on me
Tell Old Bill
Texas prison recordings, 1933 and 1934
Tom Dooley : fox moderato
Two white horses standin' in a line. [Sound recording]
Virginia and the Piedmont minstrelsy, work songs, and blues
Zydeco, juré and the blues