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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8379 5662
Name: 
Lomax, J. A.
Lomax, John
Lomax, John A.
Lomax, John Avery
Dates: 
1867-1948
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
arranger
author
contributor
interviewee
performer
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Archive of American Folk Song
Archive of Folk Song (U.S.)
Halpert, Herbert (1911-2000)
Hawes, Bess Lomax (1921-2009)
Kittredge, George Lyman (1860-1941))
Leadbetter, Huddie (1885-1949)
Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory
Lomax, Alan (1915-2002)
Lomax, Ruby T.
Lomax, Ruby Terrill
Seeger, Charles (1886-1979)
Seeger, Ruth Crawford (1901-1953))
Thompson, Harold William (1891-1964)
Titles: 
Adventures of a ballad hunter, 1947:
Alan Lomax recordings of rehearsals for White House program, 1941 February
Almanac Singers and cowboy yodels recordings
American ballads and folk songs
American Dialect Society collection
Arkansas folk songs performed by Frank Rastell
Big brazos Texas prisons recordings, 1933 and 1934
book of Texas, The
Bourgeois Blues, The
Cajun & creole music 1934-1947
Cowboy songs and other frontier ballads
Cowboy songs of the Mexican border, 1910.
Folk song U. S. A. :
Goodnight, Irene : vals
Herman R. Weaver family recording
Inside looking out
Jackie Foy recording
Jail house bound John Lomax's first Southern prison recordings, 1933.
Jailhouse blues
Jerry's Saloon blues.
John A. Lomax recording of Jess Morris
John A. Lomax, Ruby T. Lomax, and Bess Lomax Old Fiddlers' Convention collection
John A. Lomax singing cowboy yodels
John and Ruby Lomax 1940 southern states recordings collection
Last cavalier, c1996:
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
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 religious songs
Negro work songs and calls
Oh, Bury Me Not (Introduction: A Cowboy's Prayer)
Pearl R. Nye collection
Penelope Tarwater and Rebecca Tarwater recordings
Smoky Mountain ballads
Songs of the cattle trail and cow camp
State of Arkansas, The
Ta ett glas med mej Have a drink on me
Tell Old Bill
Tom Dooley : fox moderato
Two white horses standin' in a line. [Sound recording]
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