M98-02 - JIMMY DRIFTWOOD COLLECTION

Jimmy Driftwood was born James C. Morris on June 20, 1907, in a log cabin in Richwood, Arkansas.  He attended Mountain View High School and taught grades 1-8 before receiving his college diploma.

In 1933 Jimmy (he also spelled his name Jimmie on occasion) attended John Brown College for one year, but later received his teaching degree from Arkansas State Teachers College (now the University of Central Arkansas) in Conway.  After receiving his degree in 1948 he accepted a job with a company that specialized in teaching students how to read.  He soon relocated to Louisiana.

Prior to moving to Louisiana he had written a song about the Battle of New Orleans of 1812.  This song was written to help his sixth grade students remember the facts of the battle.  Jimmy simply put the facts of the conflict into a poem and his students memorized the song and thus could then recall the facts of the battle.  The song was soon picked up by Johnny Horton who turned it into a gold record.  Jimmy won a Grammy award fro Battle of New Orleans, Tennessee Stud, Wilderness Road, Songs of Billy Yank and Johnny Reb.

Jimmy died in July of 1998 followed by his wife Cleda in 2004.  They had four children, but two died during childhood, and the two older boys died in what many think was a murder-suicide event.

Jimmy is credited with writing several hundred songs.  Most of which are now on file here in the UCA Archives.

Arrangement:

Series I - Genealogy Materials and Personal Records

Series II - Teaching Career

Series III- Music Career:  Rackensack Organization, Albums and Personal Collections &  Poetry, Folklore

Series IV- Stone County, Blanchard Springs Arkansas Folk Festival, Mountain View, Folklore National Folk Festival, Arkansas Folk Center

Series V - Arkansas Tourism, Parks and Recreation

Series VI- Special Interests, Politics, and C.C.C.

Series VII- Correspondence

Series VIII- Newspaper Articles

Series IX- Personal Books, several including Autographs

Series X - Posters, Album Covers

 

Series I

Box 1

File 1- Genealogy Information Pamphlet

File 2- Church Roll

File 3- Morris family history/file No. 1 of 2

File 4- Morris family history/file No. 2 of 2

File 5- Stone County Democrat, January 23, 1973.  Article on 4-year-old May Morris (James C. Morris' Sister)

File 6- Arkansas Gazette, Sunday, May 23, 1973.  Article on Dr. John Morris, McCorory, Woodruff Co. Arkansas (Genealogy)

File 7 - Diary and Letters of Andrew Graham Johnson, 1861-1865

File 8 - September 16, 1861 Arkansas Civil War Bond for $10.00

File 9 - Iiam L. Morris- June 3, 1927 (Uncle of James Morris)

File 10- Book of Remembrance (Genealogy)

File 11- Cleda Johnson (Morris) Driftwood Family History

File 12- The name and family of Adkins, Atkins and Aitken (Genealogy)

File 13- Correspondence on Ford and Tate family (Genealogy)

File 14- the name and family of Goodman (Genealogy)

File 15- Goodman Family History (Genealogy)

File 16- History of J.L. Goodman of Timbo, Arkansas

File 17- Risner Family History (Genealogy)

File 18- Thompson Family History (Genealogy)

File 19- Treat Family History (Genealogy)

File 20- A Soldiers letter- Seth Mize

File 21- Richwoods Baseball Team- c. 1910 also called the Ramsey Baseball Team

File 22- Notes, Loans (1911, 1915, 1916, 1920's, 1930's)

File 23- Warranty Deed- W.A.Guffey, November 1919

File 24- Land Appraisal- 1974

File 25- Warranty Deed- C.A. Morris- June 18, 1971

File 26- Chester Goodman Property Tax receipts, 1913-1922, 1936-1950

File 27- Miscellaneous Tax receipts 1935, 1940, 1943, and 1944

File 28- Harley R. Richardson Tax receipts 1938, 1940-1949

File 29- Jim and Cleda Morris Tax receipts 1944-1947

File 30- Jim and Cleda Morris Tax receipts 1950's

File 31- Jim and Cleda Morris Tax receipts 1960's

File 32- Jim and Cleda Morris Tax receipts 1970's

File 33- Jim and Cleda Morris Tax receipts 1980's

File 34- Conversation Map of Driftwood property

File 35- Harley R. Richardson Tax Receipts 1950-1962

File 36- Property Description

File 37- Geological Survey Onia Quadrangle Arkansas- 1972

File 38- Topographical Map of Stone County, Arkansas 1969 (Fox, AR)

File 39-Executive health report

File 40- Confidential report "The Age-less diet" by Oleda Baker

File 41- Diet and recipes

File 42- Farm and Home Receipts- 1960's

File 43- Farm Records

File 44- Farm Records

File 45- Calendars 1970 to 1977

File 46- Instruction Booklets, Etc

End of Box 1

 

Series 1

Box 2

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood Biographical Sketch

File 2 - Poem "My Church" by James C. Morris (4copies)

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood's Obituary July 12, 1998

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood's Obituary, Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Monday, July 13, 1998

File 5 - A Tribute to Jimmy Driftwood- Monday, July 13, 1998, by Bill Slater

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood's Obituary, Wednesday, July 15, 1998 Stone County Citizen and Stone County Leader

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood Memorial. Stone County Citizen, Wednesday, July 22, 1998

File 8 - A tribute to Jimmy Driftwood- Ozark Regional Magazine

File 9 - Tradition Periodical- Special Article on the Death of Jimmy Driftwood July - August 1998, by Bob Everhard (page 10-11)

File 10- Timbo Elementary Christmas Program, December 11, 1998 Tribute in memory of Jimmy Driftwood

File 11- Mayo Clinic 1983-1991

File 12- Stone County Leader, Mountain View, AR.  Thursday, March 13, 1990 Jimmy Driftwood to receive "Outstanding Local Citizen" Award

File 13- Cleda Driftwood injured in traffic accident- April 23, 1999

File 14- "Jimmy Driftwood as a former student recalls memories of Him" Marshall Mountain Wave, November 12, 1959

File 15- Cleda Morris (Driftwood) teaching records

File 16- Astrological Interpretation- 1972

File 17- Bing Driftwoods' Compositions 1957

File 18- Bing Lee Morris- High School Diploma, 1962. Photo, Pocket Ledger, Memorabilia. Etc.

File 19- Charles Neal Morris

File 20- Arkansas Democrat, Sunday Magazine- March 15, 1953 "Twelve year old (James R. Morris) reflects genuine Ozark charm"

File 21- Memorabilia from James R. Morris Jr. College days 1964-1965

File 22- Gandhi:  A Brief Biography (may belong to James Morris Jr.)

File 23- James Risner Morris- Bachelor of Science Degree Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, AR August 12, 1966

File 24- James Risner Morris' Holy Bible

File 25- Birth and Death Certificates

File 26- Stone County Leader- Thursday, October 12, 1967 (Account of the death of James and Bing Morris)

File 27- Jimmy Morris' letter to his dad, October 3, 1948, While Jimmy and Cleda attended Arkansas State Teachers College

File 28- James C. Morris Appointed Deputy Sheriff of Searcy County, AR, November 21, 1957

File 29- "Jimmy Driftwood Scrapbook"- Typed pages of scrapbook, 1959

File 30- Mary Elizabeth Mays' engagement and marriage announcement (Niece of Jimmy Driftwood) August 29, 1963

File 31- Passport- 1968, 1970

File 32- Jimmy Driftwood Birthday Party and benefit for the American Cancer Society June 20, 1987- June 19, 1988

File 33- Jimmy Driftwood Collection of Post-Cards

File 34- Photographs

File 35- Photo of Jimmy Driftwood Age 86, June 20, 1996 (Color Photo)

File 36- Photos

File 37- Photos

File 38- Charcoal drawing of Jimmy Driftwood

File 39- Newspaper clippings 1966- 1998

File 40- Newsletter - "Jimmy Driftwood Legacy Project," Feb 2005 - Small Booklet "The Life Career & Legacy of AR Folk Music Legend Jimmy Driftwood," 2005

End of Box 2

End of Series I

 

Series II

Box 1

File 1 - James C. Morris 1927 Diploma from Mountain View High School

File 2 - History of Marshall High School Class of 1928 (James C. Morris member)

File 3 - James C. Morris, Teaching and Education records 1928-1962

File 4 - James C. Morris, Bachelor of Science in Education Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, AR- May 29, 1949

File 5 - Using Music in Teaching

File 6 - Ozark Writers- Artist Guild, June 25-27, 1954

File 7 - The Arkansas Writers' Conference, Inc. June 1-3, 1955

File 8 - "Superstitions" written by 10th grade Science Class 1955, 1964

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood "Doctor of Folklore" George Peabody College for Teachers Nashville, TN August 14, 1959

File 10- The Peabody Reflector, July- August 1959

File 11- 1 Copy each of Social Studies news and Science news (Aids for Teaching), Winter 1961

File 12- Tennessee Education Association Convention, October 19-20, 1961

File 13- The Arkansas State Teachers College Correspondence Study Courses 1961-1962

File 14- The Peabody Reflector- Alumni Association of George Peabody College May-June 1963, Jimmy Driftwood on page 90

File 15- Arkansas Council on Economic Education

File 16- Congressional Record, Washington D.C. February 1, 1972 "American Folklore Foundation Act"

File 17- Arkansas Historical Association

File 18- 28th Annual Meeting, The Arkansas Historical Association (1941-1969) May 2-3, 1969

File 19- Mountain View School Historical Essay 1971-1972, Written by Students

File 20- Musical Program- Mrs. Morris 3rd grade class performs, 1976

File 21- East Texas State University, Texarkana, TX December 18, 1975, Commencement Program, Jimmy Driftwoods' remarks to graduates

File 22- Kappa Delta Pi (an honor society in education) April 11, 1980

File 23- National Endowment for the Arts-Appreciation Guidelines 1981-1982

File 24- AGATE- Arkansas for Gifted and Talented Education- 1988

File 25- Civil War Roundtable of Arkansas 1989-1990

File 26- Copy of "Washington Telegraph" Washington, AR Jas. P. Jett, Editor Vol. 4 No. 1, July 19. 1843

File 27- History of Louisiana Purchase

File 28- Annual Marshall Alumni Banquet, March 29, 1986

File 29- National Register Historical Buildings in Stone County, AR

File 30- manuscript "Roots and Wings" A Resource guild for Folk arts in education, 1980

File 31- Literally Speaking- Vol. 19, 1987- Crossett High School

File 32- Caring: Our Way of Life- 28th Annual Convention- Missouri- Arkansas- District of Key Club International, 1975

File 33- Ozark Vernacular: "A Study of Rural Houses in the Ozarks" 1830-1930 A thesis by Jean Sizemore, 1989

File 34- Historical leaflets collected by Jimmy Driftwood

File 35- The National Association of Elementary School Principals List of class standards written by 6th graders

File 36- Newsletter from Arkansas State Council on economic education 1968

File 37- Writing Project

File 38- Shelley Green to Ginsberg Scarlet Poetic Interpretations of teaching selected and introduced by Henry Q. Marks and Allison A. Van Fleet

File 39- Arkansas Retired Teachers Association

File 40- Stone County Library Endowment Fund, A Gift by Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Driftwood

File 41- Presentation of Jimmy Driftwood material by Jimmy Bryant, 1999

File 42- Map Course of the Mississippi River from the Balise to Fort Chartres

File 43- National Geographic Society maps of Canada, North America (Before Columbus) Central America and South America

File 44- Maps of the United States of America (contains 4 maps)

File 45- The National Geographic Society- Map of the world 1965

File 46- National Geographic Society- Map of Africa 1971

File 47- "An Ozark Road"- Art

File 48- Sandpaper Drawing- Art

Item 49 - 1- 33 1/3 Rpm Record  - "Music for Physical Fitness"  - Bowman Records, Mtn. View Elementary School

End of Box 1

End of Series II

 

Series III

Box 1

File 1 - James Corbin Morris' Notebook 1920's, 1930's

File 2 - Poems written by James C. Morris (no date)

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood Guitar Tuning sheet

File 4 - American Guild of Authors and Composers "What every songwriter should know"

File 5 - The New Rhyming Dictionary- June 1949, National Poetry Association

File 6 - Sherwood's Imperial Diagram Method for the Mandolin (Copyright 1902)

File 7 - Nick Manoloff's Spanish Guitar Method Book No. 1 (Copyright 1934)

File 8 - Nick Manoloff's Spanish Guitar Method Book No. 2 (Copyright 1935)

File 9 - Guitar: Self Taught by Ed Sale (1952)

File 10- Hugh Ashley's Easy Play-Along Guitar Method

File 11- Songs Jimmy Morris sent to Rex Dale November 14, 1952

File 12- Arkansas Democrat, Sunday, May 24, 1953 "Jimmy Driftwood" A product of the Romantic Ozarks

File 13- Poets Round Table of Arkansas- 1949-1950 James C. Morris poems- pg. 42, 54

File 14- The Billboard's Music Popularity Charts October 17, 1953 "How much do you love me?" written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 15- List of Songs sol to Music Companies

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood Hit Songs recorded by other Artist, 1953-1955

File 17- List of Jimmy Driftwood's Songs recorded 1950-1960's

File 18- "Yankee in Wonderland" A musical play- 1954 Written by Harold Sherman, Lyrics and Music

File 19- "Amazing Adventures of My Dog Sheppy" a made for TV movie, a 1958 projected TV series, Harold Sherman, Co-Author of Screen play Jimmy Driftwood plays "Uncle Orie"

File 20- Film Contract- "Amazing Adventures of My Dog Sheppy" March 7, 1958 (4 copies included)

File 21- "Arkansas Traveler Treasures Old Tunes" August 16, 1958

File 22- Songs taped for Don Warden, September 11, 1958

File 23- "A Driftwood Story" from Country Song Round-up, March 1959

File 24- Carnegie Hall, April 3, 1959

File 25- The Wilderness Road and Jimmy Driftwood, by Mae Kennedy McCord

File 26- The Billboards Music Popularity Chart, September 21, 1959

File 27- Rayburn's Ozark Guide No. 62- October- December 1959, Jimmy Driftwood Ozark Folk Singer, pg. 33

File 28- Copy of Album Cover- "The Best of Jimmy Driftwood"

File 29- Newspaper clipping concerning "Battle of New Orleans" 1959

File 30- Letter and Newspaper clipping given to Jimmy Driftwood from Chet Arkins producer of  "Battle of New Orleans"

File 31- Outbreak of Oddball Song Hits, Battle of New Orleans, by Johnny Horton

File 32- History of "Battle of New Orleans"

File 33- The Times-Argus, Central City, Kentucky, May 7, 1959 Newspaper Article on the "Battle of New Orleans"

File 34- Variety Magazine- Article on Jimmy Driftwood, July 29, 1959

File 35- Doctor of American Folklore, Peabody College, August 14, 1959

File 36- Newspaper article on Jimmy Driftwood, with Family Members

File 37- Radio Stations- Call Letter List

File 38- The Cash Box Top 100 Best Selling Tunes on Records October 24, 1959

File 39- Rayburns Ozark Guide (The magazine of the Ozarks) Jimmy Driftwood Article, October- December 1959 pp. 33, May- June 1960 pp. 15

File 40- "The Rosmary My Mother gave to Me" Song and Story by Jimmy Driftwood

File 41- Royalty Statements- A thru H

File 42- Royalty Statements- L thru W

File 43- Royalty Statements, 1967-1970's

File 44- Royalty Statements, 1980's

End of Box 1

 

Series III

Box 2

File 1 - Sheet Music "Tennessee Stud" by Jimmy Driftwood

File 2 - Miscellaneous Information on Records

File 3 - Columbia Hits, Today's "New Releases"

File 4 - Addresses and Telephone Books

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood's legal pad with phone numbers of Don Warden, Chet Atkins, Grandpa and Romona Jones, etc.

File 6 - Arrangement for Pat Boone and Jimmy Driftwood, 1960

File 7 - Broadcast Music 1940-1960, Jimmy Driftwood pp. 19

File 8 - Tall Tales in Song by Jimmy Driftwood, 1960

File 9 - Look Magazine, May 24, 1960 "Jimmy Driftwood, The New Arkansas Traveler" pp. 56

File 10- Newsweek, June 6, 1960 "Its Folksy"It's Delightful, It's a Craze" pp. 112

File 11- Contracts, 1960's

File 12- University of Chicago, 1962, Court Theater- Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 13

File 13- The Playgoer (the magazine in the theater) 1960, pp. 36

File 14- "Eighteen and Fourteen we took a little trip"- June 12, 1961

File 15- National Geographic School Bulletin- November 13, 1961 "Folk Songs-Music of the People" pp. 74-77

File 16- About Music and Writers BMI, 1963-1964

File 17- Omniart- Article on Jimmy Driftwood, April 1963, pp. 21

File 18- Leslie Mountaineer, Homecoming Edition Val. 1- No. 1 Jimmy Driftwood-EMCEE, June 13, 1963

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood Day, U.S. Post Office, April 16, 1964

File 20- "Art Architecture and Folklore in the Far West" Santa Rosa, California, August 3-7, 1964

File 21- Mr. D.J. USA, Program 1964

File 22- 13th Country and Western Scrapbook- Special Feature 100th Anniversary of the Civil War 1865-1965, It's History in Songs

File 23- Congressional Record, February 15, 1965- New Orleans celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans

File 24- "Michigan's Most Powerful full-time Country Music Station" WKMF-Flint, March 1965, Hit List (Tennessee Stud #36)

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood appearance at Homecoming Arkansas State College, October 29, 1965

File 26- "The Ballad of Barbara Allen" and "MacLeod O'Dunature" Directed by Dee S. Johnson 1965

File 27- Economic Education Workshop, 1965, Jimmy Driftwood- Entertainment

File 28- Holiday Magazine, February 1966, Article on Arkansas and Jimmy Driftwood, pp. C5-C8

File 29- Mountain View Lions Club Minstrel, April 1966

File 30- International Musician, May 1966 "Folk Festivals" by Jimmy Driftwood

File 31- American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Personal Service Contract and Dues, 1966

File 32- TV-Radio Mirror, July 1967, Jimmy Driftwood pp. 12

File 33- Arkansas Department of Corrections- Women's Unit Library Newsletter, Jimmy Driftwood to perform September 17, 2:00 pm

File 34- Copy of Album Cover, "I hear your people singing"

File 35- Photos-framed Jimmy Driftwood Album Covers

File 36- Order form for Jimmy Driftwood Albums

File 37- Grand Ole Opry newsletter

File 38- Jimmy Driftwood's description of songs in some of his albums

File 39- National Association of Recording Artist, Tree of Grammy Winners, April 27, 1968

File 40- The Shrine of Country Music- Grand Ole Opry Copied from Friends magazine, March 1969

File 41- Jimmy Driftwood Diary September 16, 1969

File 42- Songs sent to Jimmy Driftwood for Review, 1960's-1970's

File 43- Programs where Jimmy Driftwood Entertained, 1950's-1970's

End of Box 2

 

Series III

Box 3

File 1 - Standard School Broadcast- Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 20

File 2 - Programs where Jimmy Driftwood entertained, 1970-1974

File 3 - Programs where Jimmy Driftwood entertained, 1975-1980's

File 4 - "How the West was won" Featuring: Jimmy Driftwood, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney

File 5 - 12th Grammy Awards Program, March 11, 1970, Jimmy Driftwood as a Presenter

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood Interview, May 11, 1970 by James R. Morris

File 7 - Southern Living, July 1970, "Ozark culture in Washington"

File 8 - Southern Living, October 1970 "The Mountaineers who make Rackensack Music" pp.52

File 9 - National Geographic, November 1970, Vol. 138, No.5 "Through the Ozark Hills and Hollows" pp. 656

File 10- "Jimmy Driftwood and Ozark Folk Culture" Article written by James R. Morris

File 11- The Ozark Mountaineer, April 1971, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 19

File 12- The Ozark Mountaineer, June 1971, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 2

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood performs for "The Woodie Guthrie Benefit" The Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July 14, 1971

File 14- Copies of Woody Guthrie's Material

File 15- Country News and Views "The legend of Jimmy Driftwood" November 1971

File 16- Gillett, Arkansas 36th Annual Coon Supper- Jimmy Driftwood performed, January 14,1972

File 17- The Magazine of Humble Travel Club, Spring 1972

File 18- Unedited Article by Jimmy Driftwood, August 23, 1972

File 19- Northeast Arkansas Variety Show (program) November 3, 1972

File 20- Ozark Highways, winter 1972- Jimmy Driftwood, The Arkansas Minstrel, p.34

File 21- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts- Invitation to become Charter member of The Golden Circle, 1973

File 22- Southern Living, October 1973, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 36, 39, 40

File 23- Sing Out! The Folk Song Magazine, Vol. 22 No. 4, 1973- Special Teach-in Issue:  Jimmy Driftwood teaches Mouthbow, pp. 13

File 24- Music City News, April 1974, "Driftwood Preserves Ozark Music" pp. 13

File 25- Billboard Magazine, September 21, 1974, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band records Battle of New Orleans

File 26- Ozark Highways, The magazine of Ozark Travel, Fall 1974 Rackensack Article, pp. 19

File 27- Nomination for Distinguished American Folk Singer also the Folklorist "Connie" Award, 1974

File 28- Broadcast Music Inc. BMI Pop Hits, 1940-1974 and 1975 (2)

File 29- Broadcast Music Inc. BMI Country Hits, 1944-1975

File 30- Music City News Magazine, May 1976, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 13, 19

File 31- Country Music Magazine, July 1976, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 47

File 32- Country Music Magazine, July 1976, Roots and Branches Part 1 "In the Beginning" by Bill C. Malone

File 33- Legal Court Petition to change James C. Morris name to Jimmy Driftwood, August 1976

File 34- Family Reunion of Country Music Invitees, June 9, 1977

File 35- The Country Music Association, Inc Certificate of Appreciation

File 36- 1977 Country Music Birthday Calendar, Jimmy Driftwood

File 37- "The Beautiful Buffalo River" Album- 1978

File 38- Seventh International Country Music Fan fair program- Nashville, TN June 5-11, 1978

File 39- Bluegrass, magazine November 1978, Jimmy Driftwood pp 23

File 40- Harrison Daily Times, Jimmy Driftwood article, December 1978

File 41- Forest City Alive, Jimmy Driftwood article, July 1979, pp. 29

File 42- Country Corner (Germany's Country Music Magazine) August 1979- Jimmy Driftwood  article, pp. 6

File 43- Travel and Leisure, September 1979, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 130

File 44- Ozark Mountainwood Express, 1979 Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 4

File 45- Happy Birthday Jimmy-M. Gilbert, May 9, 1979

File 46- Jimmy Driftwood's 1979 Monthly Planner

File 47- Souvenir Program of the Grand Ole Opry, November 9, 1973

End of Box 3

 

Series III

Box 4

File 1 - The 1980 Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Dinner

File 2 - The Jimmy Driftwood Barn, Brochure

File 3 - Programs at the Jimmy Driftwood Barn

File 4 - Photos, Jimmy Driftwood Barn

File 5 - Arkansas Gazette, May 21, 1980- Jimmy Driftwood with Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton

File 6 - The Battle of New Orleans songbook, by Jimmy Driftwood, August 1980

File 7 - "Best Years" autumn 1980 pp. 8

File 8 - Alaska Tour Itinerary, March 14-23, 1981

File 9 - Alaska Tour Memorabilia, March 14-23, 1981

File 10- Recommendation and endorsement for Jimmy Driftwood to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1981

File 11- Arkansas Times, July 1981 "Jimmy Driftwood: Tolkien of the Ozarks" by Pat Lamb- Porterfield and submitted

File 12- The 1981 Evergreen Award Dinner Program- Musical Salute to Jimmy and Cleda Driftwood

File 13- Atlanta Weekly, October 11, 1981 "The Man Who wouldn't let the Music Die" pp. 4

File 14- Dallas Harold, Westward News Magazine, December 6, 1981- Jimmy Driftwood and his Rackensackers

File 15- Magazine- The Plain Dealer, December 20, 1981- pp. 15-19

File 16-Best Years Magazine, winter 1981 "Teacher, Historian, Balladeer" Jimmy Driftwood Article, pp. 20

File 17- Ozark Mountainwood Express, "At Carnegie Hall" 1882, pp. 36

File 18- Belle Meade Mansion, Nashville, TN- 1983 "Summer Sunday Evening Picnic Concerts" Special Guest- Jimmy Driftwood

File 19- Former President Jimmy Carter visits Mt. View and Driftwood's Home

File 20- Photos of Jimmy Carter Visit to Jimmy Driftwood Home, December 8, 1983

File 21- 1985- 75th General Assembly Regular Session- "An Act Designating The Fiddle, The Official Musical Instrument of the State of Arkansas"

File 22- Broadcast Music Inc., (BMI) News about Music and Writers 1963-64, 1971, 1985

File 23- Mountain View Area Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Banquet

File 24- Ozark Country Music Magazine, March 1986, Driftwood, pp. 42

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood Birthday Party and benefit for The American Cancer Society flyers

File 26- The Museum of Appalachia's Annual Tennessee Fall Homecoming 1986, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 38-40

File 27- Promotional for October 14, 1986 Entertainment

File 28- Ozarks Country Music magazine Advertising price sheet, 1986

File 29- "Performing Arts Touring Program", 1986, Driftwood, pp. 14-15

File 30- Mountain View, Stone County, AR 1986, Article from  Ozark Country Music Magazine

File 31- 1986 Monthly Planner

File 32- The Dallas Morning News, January 23, 1987 "Jimmy Driftwood: The Bard of the Ozarks comes to Poor David's"

File 33- BMI, Millionaires Invitation list, 1988

File 34- News Press, Wednesday March 23, 1988 Stillwater, Oklahoma- Jimmy Driftwood focuses on saving his music

File 35- Newspaper Clippings of Jimmy Driftwood's career present from John Gray, 1988

File 36- Letter and Material documenting David Hold's visit to Mr. View and Timbo, AR June 14-15, 1989

File 37- Poems for the Jimmy Driftwood Barn and Cleda written by Rick (The Wordsmith), 1989

Item 38 - Engraved Cup - "UCA Toast's Jimmy Dritftwood" - October 5, 1984

End of Box 4

 

Series III

Box 5

File 1- 1990 Area Visitors Guide- Jimmy Driftwood article, pp.5

File 2- Manuscript for "A Pickin' and a Grinnin' on the Courthouse Square" Written by Sam Wooley Coombs, 1990

File 3- The Ozarks Regional Magazine, Continued story of Jimmy Driftwood, September to December 1990

File 4- 1990 Area Visitors Guide, Jimmy Driftwood Article, pp. 5

File 5- Country America, October 1991, pp.42

File 6- River Country December 12-18, 1992 "A glance at days gone by"

File 7- Jimmy Driftwood Day, "Jimmy Driftwood Station, Timbo, AR"

File 8- FMC October 1995, Music, Mountains, & Magic, The Mountain View, AR

File 9- Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Sunday, June 16, 1996, Driftwood, pp. 1

File 10- Country Weekly, August 20, 1996

File 11- The Ozark Regional Magazine- Jimmy Driftwood inducted into Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame

File 12- Arkansas Weekly, December 3, 1997, "Spotlight on Jimmy Driftwood"

File 13- Photo and Promotional Material, starring Jimmy Driftwood Barn- The Black Mountain male Chorus of Wales, January 11, 1997

File 14- Sing Out-the Folk Song Magazine, spring 1997, Driftwood, pp. 54

File 15- Country Music Association Members Reference Directory, 1997

File 16- Newspaper Article, "The Golden Driftwood Years" Arkansas Democrat Gazette, April 5, 1998

File 17 -  Bluegrass Magazine, April 1998, "A Pickin' on the Courthouse square"

File 18- Ozark Heritage Institute letter, Rackensack Exhibit coming to Mt. View

File 19- Agreement with Sony Music Special Products, Educational Package May 13, 1998

File 20- The Sounding Board, Vol. 4, January 1998, Driftwood Article, pp. 11

File 21- Country Music, September 1998, Jimmy Driftwood, pp. 8

File 22- The Ozark Mountaineer, "Ode to a Hillbilly" Driftwood, pp. 28

File 23- National Geographic, "Through Ozark Hills and Hollows", pp. 657

File 24- CMA, behind the record of the Country Music Association

File 25 Official WSM Grand Ole Opry, History-picture book, pp. 61

File 26- Thank you notes from "Passport to Adventure" Group

File 27- Guests Register 1971-1994

File 28- Guests Register 1975-1991

File 29- Guest List for "A Toast to Jimmy Driftwood" October 5, 1984

File 30- A Tribute to Eddie Arnold, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 31- Chet Atkins, May 1963

File 32- Vernon Dalhart: 1883-1948, Country Singer, Recorder, Broadway

File 33 -8x10' Photo-Grand Ole Opry's Grandpa Jones

File 34- A Tribute to Jim Reeves

File 35 - DVDs: Jimmy Driftwood performances at Mountain View, at a barn, and on Nashville Now (show) and also an interview with Jimmy driftwood, undated

File 36 - 4- 8' x 10' Blk/Whi Matted Photos - Jimmy Driftwood - Late 1980's

End of Box 5

 

Series III

Box 6

File 1 - Sound tape of Jimmy Driftwood show, Germany, April 17, 1980

File 2 - Contract between U.S. and James C. Morris, Also includes current Government involvement in Asia

File 3 - Free World Publication, (Asia) featuring Jimmy Driftwood, 1968

File 4 - The Singapore Musical Society in Association with the American Embassy, July, August 1968, featuring Jimmy Driftwood

File 5 - Bangkok, Beirut, Kabul, Kuala, Lumpur, Manila, Saigon, Singapore Cultural Presentation, U.S. Dept. of State, 1967, 1968

File 6 - Saigon, Vietnam, Cultural Presentation- U.S. Dept. of State, 1968

File 7 - Cotabato, Davao, Debu, Bacolod, Baguio, Manila Cultural Presentation- U.S. Dept.of State, 1968

File 8 - Asian Newspaper Clippings of Jimmy Driftwood

File 9 - Asian Newspaper Clippings of Interest to Driftwood

File 10- Post Card Collection from Asian Tour

File 11- Airline Tickets-Manila, Bangkok, Malaysia, Singapore, July 1968

File 12- Asian Maps and Tourist Brochures

File 13- Asian Tour Memorabilia

File 14- Asian Memorabilia, U.S. Diplomat Mission Directory, 1968

File 15- Slides of 1969 Asia Tour

File 16- Promotional Poster of Kota Kinabalu Concert

File 17- Bahamas Concert, October 22-27, 1975

File 18- Melody Maker (British Magazine) July 3, 1971, Driftwood, pp. 28

File 19- Comments from British Subscribers to Folk Voice on the Jimmy Driftwood Feature

File 20- The Bahamian- American Heritage, Bicentennial Education Program, October 22-31,1975

File 21- European Tour-Cultural Presentation- U.S. Dept. of State Jimmy Driftwood, 1967-1968

File 22- European Newspaper Clippings of Jimmy Driftwood

File 23- Museumplein, Amsterdam-October 1967, Travel Information USA

File 24- Memorabilia from Tour, 1979

File 25- Program from Tour of England, 1979

File 26- Promotional Pamphlets of European Tour and Poster

File 27- Memorabilia from Germany

File 28- Jim Britton's Great American Tours Incorporated Cruise and Tour hosted by Jimmy Driftwood, Flyers

File 29- Jimmy Driftwood: The Bard of the Ozarks, 1985-1986

File 30- General Artists Corporation Promotional Packet

File 31- Press Release, Cultural Affairs Office, Philippines, 1968

File 32- Picture of Jimmy Driftwood performing at "Lyceum of the Philippines"

File 33- Handwritten listings of the recorded and Non recorded Driftwood Songs

File 34- Stage Copies of Order of Songs and keys performed

File 35- Motion Picture Contact

File 36- Program Outline written in Singapore Language

File 37- Autographed Paintings Book of Theo Meir

File 38- Asian Maps and Tour Guides

File 39- The Vietnam Inquirer, August 13, 1968

File 40- American Newspaper Clippings of Jimmy Driftwood, 1968-1971

File 41- Country Corner, Germany's Country Music magazine, 1981

End of Box 6

 

Series III

Box 7

File 1 - Mountain Echoes by Jimmy Morris, Scrapbook #1

File 2 - Scrapbook #2, 1930's-1950's

File 3 - Scrapbook #3, 1958

File 4 - Scrapbook #4, 1959

File 5 - Pat Boone- Chevy Showroom, starring Pat Boone, Jimmy Driftwood, November 26, 1959

End of Box 7

 

Series III

Box 8

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 1

File 2 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 2

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 3

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 4

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 5

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 6

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 7

File 8 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 8

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 9

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 10

File 11- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 11

File 12- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 12

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 13

File 14- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 14

File 15- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 15

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 16

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 17

File 18- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 18

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 19

File 20- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 20

File 21- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 21

File 22- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 22

File 23- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 23

File 24- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 24

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 25

File 26- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 26

File 27- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 27

File 28- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 28

File 29- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 29

File 30- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 30

File 31- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 31

File 32- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 32

File 33- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 33

File 34- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 34

File 35- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 35

File 36- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 36

File 37- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 37

File 38- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 38

File 39- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 39

File 40- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 40

File 41- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 41

File 42- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 42

File 43- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 43

File 44- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 44

File 45- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 45

File 46- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 46

File 47- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 47

File 48- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 48

End of Box 8

 

Series III

Box 9

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 49

File 2 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 50

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 51

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 52

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 53

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 54

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 55

File 8 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 56

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 57

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 58

File 11- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 59

File 12- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 60

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 61

File 14- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 62

File 15- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 63

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 64

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 65

File 18- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 66

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 67

File 20- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 68

File 21- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 69

File 22- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 70

File 23- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 71

File 24- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 72

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 73

File 26- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 74

File 27- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 75

File 28- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 76

File 29- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 77

File 30- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 78

File 31- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 79

File 32- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 80

File 33- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 81

File 34- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 82

File 35- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 83

File 36- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 84

File 37- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 85

File 38- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 86

File 39- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 87

File 40- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 88

File 41- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 89

File 42- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 90

File 43- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 91

File 44- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 92

File 45- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 93

File 46- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 94

File 47- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 95

File 48- Jimmy Driftwood-Song Book 96

End of Box 9

 

Series III

Box 10

Jimmy Driftwood Songbook Index

Book 1 - Song Index: Songbooks 1 through 10

Book 2 - Song Index: Songbooks 11 through 28

Book 3 - Song Index: Songbooks 29 through 59

Book 4 - Song Index: Songbooks 60 through 80

Book 5 - Song Index: Songbooks 82 through 96

End of Box 10

 

Series III

Box 11

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood "A" Titled Songs

File 2 - Jimmy Driftwood "B" Titled Songs

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood "C" Titled Songs

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood "D" Titled Songs

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood "E" Titled Songs

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood "F" Titled Songs

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood "G" Titled Songs

File 8 - Jimmy Driftwood "H" Titled Songs

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood "I" Titled Songs

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood "J" Titled Songs

File 11- Jimmy Driftwood "K" Titled Songs

File 12- Jimmy Driftwood "L" Titled Songs

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood "M" Titled Songs

File 14- Jimmy Driftwood "N" Titled Songs

File 15- Jimmy Driftwood "O" Titled Songs

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood "P" Titled Songs

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood "Q" Titled Songs

File 18- Jimmy Driftwood "R" Titled Songs

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood "S" Titled Songs

File 20- Jimmy Driftwood "T" Titled Songs

File 21- Jimmy Driftwood "U" Titled Songs

File 22- Jimmy Driftwood "V" Titled Songs

File 23- Jimmy Driftwood "W" Titled Songs

File 24- Jimmy Driftwood "Y" Titled Songs

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood "Z" Titled Songs

File 26- Songs by Gary Scott and Deborah Factor, 1975

File 27- Old Folk Songs and Ballads from Okley Green

File 28- Index of Jimmy Driftwood Songs in Ozark Heritage

File 29- "The History lesson" Jimmy Driftwood's personal layout with Index

File 30- "Western Lore" Jimmy Driftwood's personal layout with index

File 31- Jimmy Driftwood's Handwritten Songs and Lyrics

File 32- Stage Copies of Song Schedules

End of Box 11

 

Series III

Box 12

File 1 - Untitled Lyrics written by Driftwood

File 2 - Untitled Lyrics written by Driftwood

File 3 - Untitled Lyrics written by Driftwood

File 4 - Untitled Lyrics written by Driftwood

File 5 - Untitled Lyrics written by Driftwood

File 6 - Untitled Lyrics written by Driftwood

File 7 - Miscellaneous Untitled Song Lyrics

File 8 - Miscellaneous Untitled Song Lyrics

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood's Hand Written Song Lyrics

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood's Hand Written Song Lyrics

File 11- Untitled song about Joseph and Mary's Trip

File 12- Political Song about Orval and Rockefeller

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood's Song Index

File 14- Songbook:  the Battle Song of New Orleans by Jimmy Driftwood

End of Box 12

 

Series III

Box 13

File 1 - Composition Books of Jimmie Morris, 1920's, 1930's

File 2 - Composition Book of Jimmie Morris, September 17, 1931

File 3 - Composition Book of James Morris, 1921, 1928

File 4 - Composition Book of Jimmy Morris, January 1932

File 5 - Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 6 - Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 7 - Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 8 - Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 9 - Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 10- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 11- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 12- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 13- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 14- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 15- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 16- Jimmy Morris-Undated Composition Book

File 17- Songs by Jimmy Morris (no date)

File 18- Songs and Music from the 1930's, by James C. Morris

File 19- Song, "Arkansas Traveler" Arrangement by Jimmy Driftwood

File 20- "B" Titled Songs with Music

File 21- Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, by R. Fisher Boyce

File 22- "C" Titled Songs with Music

File 23- Civil War Songs written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 24- "D" Titled Songs with Music

File 25- "F" Titled Songs with Music

File 26- "G" Titled Songs with Music

File 27- "H" Titled Songs with Music

File 28- Hell in Texas

File 29- Hymns by James C. Morris

File 30- "I" Titled Songs with Music

File 31- "J" Titled Songs with Music

File 32- "L" Titled Songs with Music

File 33- Lovely Nancy (Indian Song)

File 34- "M" Titled Songs with Music

File 35- "O" Titled Songs with Music

File 36- Old Blue

File 37- One More Dinner on the Ground, by Jerry O'roark

File 38- "P" Titled Songs with Music

File 39- "R" Titled Songs with Music

File 40- "S" Titled Songs with Music

File 41- Songs by Albert E. Brumley

File 42- Songs with Music and their History

File 43- Songs Soldiers Sang

File 44- Songs with Music

File 45- "T" Titled Songs with Music

File 46- "U" Titled Songs with Music

File 47- "V" Titled Songs with Music

File 48- "W" Titled Songs with Music

File 49- "Y" Titled Songs with Music

File 50- "Z" Titled Songs with Music

File 51- Songs Jimmy Driftwood Sang

File 52- Songs by other Artist

File 53- 9 pages from an old Hymn Book

File 54- Lyrics to Old Songs

File 55- Lillian Miller Griffith Collection- Song and Verse cut from Good Stories Magazine

File 56- Lillian Miller's Song and Poem Book

End of Box 13

 

Series III

Box 14

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 2 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 8 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 11- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 12- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 14- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 15- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 18- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 20- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 21- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 22- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 23- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 24- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 26- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 27- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 28- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 29- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 30- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 31- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 32- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 33- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 34- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 35- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 36- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 37- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 38- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 39- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 40- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 41- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 42- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 43- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 44- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 45- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 46- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 47- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 48- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 49- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 50- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 51- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

End of Box 14

 

Series III

Box 15

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 2 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 8 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 11- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 12- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 14- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 15- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 18- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 20- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 21- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 22- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 23- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 24- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 25- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 26- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 27- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 28- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 29- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 30- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 31- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 32- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 33- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 34- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 35- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 36- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 37- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 38- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 39- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 40- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 41- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 42- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 43- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 44- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 45- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 46- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 47- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 48- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 49- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 50- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 51- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 52- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 53- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 54- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 55- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 56- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 57- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 58- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 59- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 60- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 61- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 62- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

End of Box 15

 

Series III

Box 16

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 2 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 3 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 4 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 5 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 6 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 7 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 8 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 9 - Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 10- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 11- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 12- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 13- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 14- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 15- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 16- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 18- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 19- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 20- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

File 21- Jimmy Driftwood's Notebook, Misc. Information

End of Box 16

 

Series III

Box 17

File 1 - "Dial-Log" American Federation Television and Radio Artist Los Angeles Local AFTRA, winter 1962, 1963

File 2 - The Ozark Mountaineer, 1960-1962

File 3 - Sing-Out-The Folk Song Magazine, 1960-1966

File 4 - BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) Magazines, 1963-1968

File 5 - The Ozark Mountaineer, 1963-1965

File 6 - Record World, October 17, 1964

File 7 - CMA Close-Up, 1966-1980

File 8 - 1965 International Musician

File 9 - 1972 International Musician

File 10- New Frontier, June 1972

File 11- Billboard Magazine, 1969-1976

File 12- Programming, 1976-1977

File 13- Music City News, April 1977, January 1986

File 14- The West Virginia Hillbilly, 1981, 1985

File 15- Folklife center News, 1987-1989

File 16- Folklore and Mythology, 1983-1984

File 17- 1983 International Musician, 1984 International Musician

File 18- Audubon Action, October 1984

File 19- The Jersey Devil, April 1984

File 20- 1985 International Musician, 1986 International Musician

File 21- Ozark Country Music Magazine, February 1986

File 22- International Musician- Official Journal of the American Federation of Musicians of The United States and Canada, 1987

File 23- 1987 Tri-State Bluegrass Association Band and Festival Guide

File 24- Mid-America Arts Alliance Performing Arts, 1988-1989

File 25- The Old-Time Harold: A Magazine Dedicated to Old-Time Music

End of Box 17

 

Series III

Box 18

File 1 - Songs for Courage, by Grace Noll Crowell, 1938

File 2 - Best Loved American Folk Songs, Collected by Alan Lomax, 1947

File 3 - Folk Songs of North America, by Alan Lomax, 1960

File 4 - Copies of Folksongs presented to the Driftwood's

File 5 - Georgia Sea Islands, Vol. 1-Southern Journey Field Recordings by Alan Lomax (Book of African-American Spirituals)

File 6 - The Golden Book of Favorite Songs, 21st Edition

File 7 - Guitar Songster-40 Great Songs, Vol. 1, 1964

File 8 - My Side of the Sky and Other Handmade Songs, 1977

File 9 - Ozark Folksongs Book, Vol. 1

File 10- Ozark Folksongs Book, Vol. II, Songs of the South and West

File 11- Ozark Folksongs Book, Vol. III, Humorous and Play-Party Songs

File 12- Ozark Folksongs Book, Vol. IV, Brush-Arbor Music

End of Box 18 Series III

 

Series III

Box 19

File 1 - "The Song of the Cherokee," The Good Medicine Society, 1983

File 2 - Songbook-Songs of Fellowship, Ohio Education Association, 213 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH

File 3 - Hymn-"Almost See the Face of Jesus," by A.J. Lowery

File 4 - Song-"Amelia Earhart's Last Fight"

File 5 - Song-"Arkansas," by Eva Ware Barnett, First adopted as the State Song in 1917, later adopted State Anthem in 1987

File 6 - Hymn-"He Lead so Tenderly," by Les Treat

File 7 - Song-"I'll take you home again" Kathleen, by Thomas P. Westendorf

File 8 - Song-"Old Joe Clark"

File 9 - Song-No Title

File 10- Musical Instruments of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Gift from John R. Irwin, 1983

File 11- The Poet's Craft Book

End of Box 19

 

Series III

Box 20

File 1 - Rackensack: A very Historical Word

File 2 - Copyright for the name "Rackensack"

File 3 - The Rackensack Folklore Society, Parent Chapter Mountain View and Timbo, Arkansas, Mrs. James C. Morris, Secretary/Treasury

File 4 - Ozark Folklore Workshop Schedules, 1972, 1973

File 5 - Rackensack Performers-Programs, 1973

File 6 - Rackensack Folklore Society, Board of Directors, 1975

File 7 - Project Proposal-Division of Folk Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, 1976

File 8 - Rackensack Folklore Society Correspondence

File 9 - Correspondence and Contracts for Television Documentation of Rackensack Folk Music Festival

File 10- Music of the Ozarks-program notes

File 11- White River Production-program schedule, Rackensack entertained

File 12- Sing-Out! The Folk Song Magazine, April-May 1966, The Rackensack Tribe of Timbo, AR pp. 14

File 13- The Arkansas Folk Festival Advertisement

File 14- 7th Annual Arkansas Folk Festival-Poster Advertisement

File 15- Hendrix College Concert-Poster Advertisement February 4, 1970 and October 26,1977

File 16- 8th Annual Arkansas Folk Festival-Poster Advertisement

File 17- Southern Living, October 1970 "The Mountaineers who make Rackensack Music" pp. 52

File 18- University of Iowa-Itinerary for program, November 1971, Kirkwood Community College 1975, Hancher Auditorium, November 1976

File 19- The University Concert Series Program Directory

File 20- The Faces of Rackensack, Stone County 4-H Council, 1972

File 21- A Hoedown at Butterfield Place, Roland, AR March 28, 1974, Folk Musical Concert by Rackensack Society

File 22- Michigan State University-Program Schedule "Music of the Ozarks," November 7, 1975

File 23- Wisconsin State University-Rackensacks

File 24- Rackensack Society on Tour of Colleges and Universities Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, February 1, 1976

File 25- Rackensack Folklore Society in Kansas, 1976

File 26- University of South Dakota-Poster Advertisement, 1976

File 27- Rackensack Society performs in Nebraska, April 1976

File 28- Rackensack Society at Fort Leonard Wood, MO Walker Recreation Center, Saturday, August 14, 1976

File 29- University of Wisconsin, March 24, 1977, Program for the Traveling Ozark Folk Festival Starring: Jimmy Driftwood and the Rackensack Folklore Society

File 30- Pittsburgh State University, 1979, Jimmy Driftwood and Rackensack Folklore Society Promotional

File 31- Rackensack Folklore Society at the Jimmy Driftwood Barn

File 32- Tulsa Junior College-Northeast Campus, September 1981-82, Jimmy Driftwood and The Traveling Ozark Folk Festival

File 33- Arts Gala, 1986, Morrilton AR, Saturday, April 12, 1986 "A Traveling Ozark Folk Festival with Jimmy Driftwood"

File 34- Newspaper Articles relating to Rackensack Organization

File 35- Rough draft of Simmons Family Album Dictatorial

End of Box 20

 

Series III

Box 21

File 1 - General Correspondence

File 2 - Ozark Attractions-Deluxe Summer Menu, Activities and Price List

File 3 - The Traveling Ozark Folk Festival, Crafts and Music of the Ozarks

File 4 - Music of the Ozarks Itinerary, 1975

File 5 - Music of the Ozarks Itinerary, 1976

File 6 - Music of the Ozarks Itinerary, 1977

File 7 - Bill Fegan Attractions Contracts, 1977-1986

File 8 - Great American Tours-Cruise and Tour, Hosted by Jimmy Driftwood, 1986

File 9 - Bill Fegan Attractions Directory, 1972-1993

File 10- Newspaper Clippings

End of Box 21

 

Series III

Box 22

File 1 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame Board Meetings, May 20, 1986, October 13, 1988, August 10, 1989

File 2 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame Feasability Study and Correspondence concerning Hall of Fame location Harrison, AR, 1993, 1994

File 3 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame Correspondence and Newspaper Coverage, November 1985, 1986

File 4 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame Induction Committee meeting, February 22, 1996

File 5 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame Arkansas Directory, Little Rock, AR, 1996

File 6 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame-Stationary

End of Box 22

 

Series III

Box 23

File 1 - Index to the Voice of the Hills

File 2 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 1, Children's Poems, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 3 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 2, The History Lesson, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 4 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 3, Science, Nature, Folklore, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 5 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 4, Hillbilly Lore & Poems, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 6 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 5, Wit, Wisdom, Foolishness, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 7 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 6, Mountain Musings & Poems, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 8 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 7, Western Lore & Poems, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

File 9 - The Voice of the Hills-Book 8, Deep Water Poems, Written by Jimmy Driftwood

End of Box 23

 

Series III

Box 24

File 1 - Adventures in Folklore, by J. Barre Toelken, 1965

File 2 - The Alphabet Poem

File 3 - Album Selections

File 4 - Article on Evolution and Creation

File 5 - Appalachian Yesterdays, by Ercel Eaton, Hammilton, OH, Journal-The Daily News, 1973

File 6 - Aunt Marge Cothern-Recollections of An Ex-Slave

File 7 - The Battle Parker's Crossroads Living History

File 8 - The Battle of Monmout-1778-Last Major Battle in the North

File 9 - The Battle of Pea Ridge, March 7, 1862

File 10- The Bear Hunt, Illustrated Short Story

File 11- Newspaper Article on Cathy Barton, Folk Music Enthusiast

File 12- Cherokee Indian Treaty, July 8, 1817

File 13- Civil War History Materials

File 14- Commentary on music of Trinidad, by Percival Borde

File 15- 1965 Catalog of Publications, Fall-Winter

File 16- Commercial Appeal, Features the Mountain Man

File 17- The Commercial Appeal-Mid South, July 20, 1969 "Some friends of Jimmy Driftwood"  pp. 4

File 18- Debunking History Books, written by Karr Shannon- 1959 Autographed by Karr Shannon

File 19- Folk Music Performer and Songwriter Patrick Dodd Biographical Sketch, March 20, 1990

File 20- Charles Evans- Folk Singer

File 21- Ella Fletcher: Ozark Quill Player

File 22- Allan Lomax- Folk Song Style, 1959

File 23- Folk Song Teaching Techniques

File 24- Aunt Ollie Gilver, Mt. View, AR, Biographical Information

File 25- Gill Estate-Haunted House Story

File 26- Haunted House Story

File 27- Historical newspaper story on Governor Sam Houston and his wife Eliza from the Nashville Tennessean, August 19, 1962

File 28- Independence Pioneers- A collection of sketches of early families of the original Independence County, AR Region, 1836-1986

File 29- Indiana University Archives of Folk and Primitive Music, 1964

File 30- Jimmy Driftwood songs in the History Lesson

File 31- The Voice of the Hills-Book 2, The History Lesson, Personal Book of Jimmy Driftwood with hand written notations in the margins

File 32- Lists of songs from The History lesson on tape and transcribed to Music Transcript

File 33- The land of Spring or The House in the papaw Thicket An Ozark Folk Tale

File 34- Song List not in the History Lesson

File 35- Many Trails, by Barbara Ellett Dail, 1988

File 36- Mid-America Folklore Collection

File 37- Democrat, Centennial Edition, Morrilton, AR September 23, 1979

File 38- Mountain People Revised

File 39- Newsletter regarding American Folklore

File 40- Newspaper Clippings regarding Folklore History

File 41- Norwood Folklore Series

File 42- Notes on Interview with Doctor

File 43- Old Driftwood

File 44- Outstanding Folk Music Books, Oak Publications

File 45- The origin of the word "Ozark"

File 46- An Ozark Tale: Chief Lost Tooth The Great Indian Fisherman Fog Holler

File 47- An Ozark Tale: My Grandmother's Graveyard Story

File 48- An Ozark Tale: Old Slew-a-Thousand

File 49- An Ozark Tale: Maternity Cave

File 50- An Ozark Tale: The Runaway Wagon

File 51A- Book- Ozark Folksongs edited by Vance Randolph 1946

File 51B- The Ozark Mountaineer Magazine, 1963-1964 Articles on Folklore

File 52- The Ozark Mountaineer, Vol. 36, No. 6&7, August 1998, Articles on Folk Music

File 53- Post Cards and Brochures on Andrew Jackson and The Hermitage, his home near Nashville, TN

File 54- Recollections of Old Soldiers

File 55- Reel footage -An Earthquake Lake, by Wilbur A. Nelson

File 56- Rock Island Depot at Hot Springs, November 9, 1961, Arkansas Gazette, The Arkansas Traveler: Ernie Deane

File 57- Rough draft Record of Song Division by Historic Significance

File 58- Sam Hinton- Folk Singer- Musician- Folklorist- Zoologist-Educator, 1965

File 59- Stone County Gazette, article regarding Voice of the Hill, 1986

File 60- Folklore Stories

File 61- The Story of the Early Westward Movement in Folk Song

File 62- Tall-tales & Quotes

File 63- Introduction to The Voice of the Hills by Jimmy Driftwood

File 64- Manuscript for 1st issue of Voice of the Hills

File 65- Newspaper Clippings about Voice of the Hills

File 66- Voice of the Hills, Reprint Newspaper articles

End of Box 24

 

Series III

Box 25

Contains: Driftwood Collection

Item 1A - Jimmy Driftwood- "The Night Old Dixie Rose Again"

Item 1B - Jimmy Driftwood- "The Night Old Dixie Rose Again"

Item 2 - Jimmy Driftwood

1 "Mixed Up Family"

2 "I Remember Her Still"

3 "Straighten Out My Leg"

4 "My Mammy is Miss America and My Daddy is Uncle Sam"

5 "Equality"

6 "My Get Up and Go Got Up and Went"

Item 3 - Jimmy Driftwood - The Best of Jimmy Driftwood

Item 4 - Jimmy Driftwood - The Voice of of the People

Item 5 - The Jimmy Driftwood - Rackensack Vol. I

Item 6 - The Jimmy Driftwood - Rackensack Vol. 2

Item 7 - "The National Geographic Society " "Cowboy Songs" 1976

Item 8 - "Cowboy Songs" Book " Jimmy Driftwood Consultant

Item 9 - Jimmy Driftwood " 3- CD Set " Americana

Item 10 - Jimmy Driftwood " 3 CD Set - Americana

End of Box 25

 

Series III

Box 26

Item 1 - Cletus Jones - "Arkansas Waltz"

Item 2 - Seth Mize - "Sally Goodin", "Snow on the Mountain"

Item 3 - Ersle Standridge - "Story of my Life" ,Khreschev's Call to Satan"

Item 4 - Story Brothers - "In Toad Suck Country", "Land of Memories"

Item 5 - Ivan Woods - "Arkansas", "When I Saddled Baldy"

Item 6 - Joan Baez - "Arkansas", When I Saddled Baldy"

Item 7 - Cottrell and Carpenter - "Old-Time Songs & Tunes from Clay County,West Virginia"

Item 8 - Ginni Clemmens - "Sing a Rainbow" and other Children's Songs

Item 9 - Vernon Dalhart -"Ballads and Railroad Songs"

Item 10 - Danny Dike - "Folk Songs from the Country"

Item 11 - Dogpatch USA - "Jubilation Revue", Dogpatch Jamboree

Item 12 - Nancy Eversole - "Ballad Weever"

Item 13 - Peter Feldmann - "How to Play Country Fiddle Vol. 13"

Item 14 - Mike Fenton - "My Privilege"

Item 15 - Flying Wranglers - "Folk Songs of the Western Frontier"

Item 16 - Freeman & Beal - "Black Mountain Dulcimer"

Item 17 - The Gregg Smith Singers - "America Sings Volume 2 " The Great Sentimental Age "Sentimental Volume 2-The Great Sentimental Age"

Item 18 - Walter Forbes - "Ballads & Bluegrass"

Item 19 - The Four Chords - "Blue Kentucky Moon"

Item 20 - Connie Francis - "Sing Fold Songs Favorites"

Item 21 - Jesse Fuller - "Working On The Railroad"

Item 22 - Gardiner, Pitts, & Walker - "My Square Laddie"

Item 23 - Philo Glee & Mandolin Society - "University of Illinois Campus Folksong Club"

Item 24 - John Greenway - "Australian Folksongs & Ballads"

Item 25 - (2) John Golden & Others - "Ballads"

Item 26 - Susan Bayer Haley & Family - "Hearthside Music"

Item 27 - The Hammons Family - "A Study Of a West Virginia Family's Traditions"

End of Box 26

 

Series III

Box 27

Contains: Jimmy Driftwood Folk Song Collection

Item 1 - Alice Gerrard & Hazel Dickens - "Hazel and Alice"

Item 2 - Henry the Fiddler & Friends - The First Album (2)

Item 3 - David Holt - "Reel & Friends"

Item 4 - David Holt - "Tailbone & Other Strange Stories"

Item 5 - Jim Howie - "Gooseberry Pie & Other Old-Time Delights"

Item 6 - Violet Hensley & Family - "Old Time Hoedowns"

Item 7 - Grandpa Jones - The Hills of Rhode County - "T for Texas", "Waiting For a Train" - "Tritzen Yodel & Others"

Item 8 - Grandpa Jones - "What's For Supper"

Item 9 - Grandpa Jones - "What's For Supper"

Item 10 - Grandpa Jones - "Yodeling Hits"

Item 11 - Ramona Jones - "Old Time Christmas"

Item 12 - Ramona Jones - "Stone County Fiddlin"

Item 13 - Jerry Justice   - "Justice"

Item 14 - Kelley and Smith - "Old Time American Harmonica, Bones and Hickory Leaf Playing"

Item 15 - Buddy Lancaster - "Precious Memories"

Item 16 - Paula Laney - "Old Parlor Favorites"

Item 17 - Katie Lee - "Loves Little Sisters"

Item 18 - Katie Lee -  "Ten Thousand Cattle" - 2 Record Set

Item 19 - The Lick Creek Band - "Home in Tennessee"

Item 20 - Sherwin Linton - "Dusty Roads & Prairie Towns"

Item 21 - Bill Lowe - "Kentucky Farewell"

Item 22 - Lyle Mayfield & Others - "Green Field of Illinois"

Item 23 - The Mayfields -"Green Fields - Revisited"

Item 24 - The McLain   Family Band - "The Big Hill Concert at Carnegie"

Item 25 - The McLain Family Band - "The Big Hill Concert at Carnegie Hall"

Item 26 - Howie Mitchell - "Howie Mitchell" - 1964

Item 27 - The Morgans - "Music From Morgan Springs"

Item 28 - The Mountain Rablers - "Blue Ridge Mountains"

Item 29 - Various Artists - "Folk Festival at Newport"

Item 30 - Glenn Ohrlin - "Hell Bound Train"

Item 31- Lawrence Older - "Adirondack Songs, Ballads & Fiddle Tunes"

Item 32 - Peter, Paul Mary - "Peter, Paul, Mary"

Item 33 - Richard & Jim - "Folk Songs and Country Sounds"

Item 34 - Ola Belle - "Olla Bell Reed"

Item 35 - Almeda Riddle & Others - "Folk Song From The Ozarks"

Item 36 - Almeda Fiddle - "Songs & Ballads of the Ozarks"

Item 37 - Alemeda  Riddle - "Granny Riddle's  Songs & Ballads"

Item 38 - Almeda Riddle - "More Ballads & Hymns from the Ozarks"

End of Box 27

 

Series III

Box 28

Item 1 - David Thomas - "Songmaker of the Catskills"

Item 2 - David Thomas Roberts - "Through The Bottomlands"

Item 3 - Grant Thomas - "The Through The Bottomlands"

Item 4 - Jay Round and Friends - "The Hammered Dulcimer Album"

Item 5 - (3) The Simmons Family - "Stone County Dulcimer"

Item 6 - The Simmons Family - "Wandering Through The Rackensack"

Item 7 - Hobart Smith Family of Saltville, Virginia - "America's Greatest Folk Instrumentalist"

Item 8 - Freeman Thomas- "Folk Harmonic"

Item 9A - Johnny Tolleson - 45 rpm "Summer Love "N" Summer Kissin"

Item 9B - Johnny Tolleson - "Hickory Mountain", "Long Ago", "Little Lisa Jane"

Item 10 - Merle Travis - "Songs of the Coal Mines"

Item 11 - The New Beehive Songster, Vol. I - "Pioneer Folk Music"

Item 12 - The New Beehive Songster, Vol. II - "Utah Folk Songs"

Item 13 - Josh White - "Sings Great Folk Songs"

Item 14 - A & B - (6 Record) "200 Years of American Heritage in Song - 1776 - 1976 Country Folk Bluegrass"

Item 15 - Steve White & Others - "Golden Ring"

Item 16 - Various Artists - "Georgia Sea Islands, Vol. I"

Item 17 - Group - Torley, Carpenter & Carageorge - Troika Balalaikas (Russian)

Item 18 - Various Artists - "Get Folked - Live at Charlotte's Web"

Item 19 - A, B, C, Various Artists's Kerrville Folk Festival - 1972

Item 20 - Various Artists - Kerrville - Folk Festival - 1973

Item 21 - A & B - (2) Bluegrass Ramblers of Texas - Live At Kerrville Folk Festival 1973

Item 22 - Various Artists - Kerrville Folk Folk Festival - 5th Anniversary - 1976

Item 23 - Various Artists - Old Five Strings Clawhammer Bango Solo's

End of Box 28

 

Series III

Box 29

Item 1 a, b, - (2) Rufus Brewster - "A Tribute to Riley Puckett - The Great Hillbilly King"

Item 2 - Cesar & Sandy - "Little Cowboy", "White Christmas"

Item 3 - (2) Max Curtis - "He Tells You For Me",  "My Wetback Baby From Mexico"

Item 4- Frank Fara - "Donner Pass", "The Saga of  Diamondfield Jack"

Item 5- Joe Herskowitz - "The Double Talking Helix Blues", "The Battle of Gross Anatomy"

Item 6 - George Highfil - "Until You Let Me Down" " "The Ballad of Rowdy, Will and Me"

Item 7 - Johnny Horton - "Whispering Pines", "When it's Springtime in Alaska"

Item 8 - Lee Goodwin - "Red Hot Dreams" " This Time are You Coming Home to Stay"

Item 9 - Luck Gordon - "Race Track Blues" - "Best Western Cowboy"

Item 10 - John Edward Hartley - "The Bottle", "Country Love in our Heart's"

Item 11 - Howard Hosey - "Dallas Rig", "Don't Play Around with My Heart"

Item 12 - Howard James - "Tribute To O.S. H. A." - "Let's Help God Carry The Flag"

Item 13 - Allen Karl - "I Just Can't Hide My Feelings" "It's too Early To Cry in My Beer"

Item 14 - Ramsey Kearney- "I'm Gonna Cry Myself A River"

Item 15 - The Kingston Trio- "El Matador"  "Home From the Hill"

Item 16 - Joe Lewis/Rhythm Outlaws Band- "I Will Always Thank You For The Sunshine" and "Witch Doctor"

Item 17 - Light- "You've Got A Way With Me" "You're Living in My Heart"

Item 18 - Louvin Brothers- "The First Time in Life",  "Must You Throw Dirt in my Face"

Item 19- Louvin Brothers- "The Knoxville Girl", "I Wish It Had Been A Dream"

Item 20 - Franklin Lynch- "A Retired Teacher's Prayer" , "Modern Time Teachers Prayer"

Item 21 - Bunnie Mills- "Mountain Boy" "Never Had Love Quite Like This"

Item 22 - The Reedy Creek Blue Grass Band - "Dark Hollow", "Tender Touch Massage"

Item 23- Marty Robbins- "A Whole Lot Easier" - "I - Eish - Tay- Mah- Su - I Love You"

Item 24- Sunshine Roberts- "Loneliest Street in Town"  "Did Your Think To Thank The Lord"

Item 25- Will Rogers- "Oklahoma's Will" - "America, It's Beautiful And It's Our's"

Item 26- Uncle Ross/Cuzin Bob- "Arkansas Traveler",  "Old Mountain Dew"

Item 27- John Wesley Ryles - "The Legend of J. R. Baker"

Item 28- Johnny Rystl - "Nobody's Rockin Like They Used To", "Getting It Down"

Item 29- Stephen Sedberry- "The Smokey Subways of Boston", "How I Choke When I Smell Smoke"

Item 30- a, b, Johnny Stills - (2) "Battle at San Juan" "In My Time"

Item 30- c, d Johnny Stills- "Battle At San Juan" "In My Time"

Item 31- Nick Strutt/Jeremy Wolstenholms  - "Nine Man's Morris"  "Pretty Polly", "Up to the Rigs",  "Bringing Mary Home"

Item 32- Ray Taylor- "She'll Leave You In The Cold"  "Let Me Live Till Christmas"

Item 33- Kenneth Threadgill- "Waiting for and Train", "Coming Back To Texas"

Item 34- James Treat/Sherman Ward- "I'll Always Be Around",  "Down In The Ozarks"

Item 35- A, B, C, - Paul Vernon- "For Carol",  "Keep My Mind A Wonderin'"

Item 36- Killer Warren Waid- "Somewhere My Love", "Mansion on the Hill"

Item 37- (No Record) 1 - 5' x 7' photo & Biography Info.

Item 38- Gordon Wilcox- "King of Country Music in Pennsylvania",  "Blue Highway"

Item 39- Bobby Yates- "Have You Ever Really Listened To One of Hank Williams Songs", "Guess I'll Be Hurtin' A Few More Years"

Religious Albums

Item 40- Village School Of Music- "Silver Lining", "Graced Lightening",  "Simple Gifts", "Grand Family Singers"

Item 41- Johnny Eagle Feather- "Broken Heart at Calvary", "Beautiful Shores of Heaven"

Item 42a - James Quartet  (C.D.) "Journey of No Return", "Great Day The Will Be", "Every Hour and Every Day", "Satisfied"

Item 42b- James Quartet (45-RPM) Same as Above

Item 43- Adrienne Miller- "At the River's End", "Lead Me To The Alter"

Item 44a- Morgan Ruppe- "My Lord and I"

Item 44b- Morgan Ruppe- "She's  Like Heaven"

Item 45- Carl Story- "Gloryland Way", "Give Me Roses",  "I Feel Like Traveling On", "Tramp on The Street",  "The Unclouded Day"

331/3 RPM Country

Item 46- Eddy Arnold- "The Wayward Wind", "Carry Me Back To the Lone Prairie", "Cow Poke", "Where the Mountains Meet the Sky"

Item 47- Eddy Arnold- "Ole Faithful", "A Cowboys Dream"  "Sterra Sue", "Tumble Weeds"

Item 48- Eddy Arnold- "Streets of Laredo",  "Cool Water", "Leaning on The Top Rail"

Item 49- Eddy Arnold- "Then I Turned & Walked Slowly Away", "Don't Rob Another Man's Castle",  "What A Fool I Was", "I'm Throwing Rice", "Cattle Call"

Item 50- Chet Atkins- "Down Home"

Item 51- Chet Atkins- "The Guitar Genius"

Item 52- Chet Atkins- "And His Guitar"

Item 53- Chet Atkins- "The Most Popular Guitar"

Item 54- Chet Atkins - "Teensville"

Item 55- Bar-D-Wranglers - "Movin' Slow"

Item 56- The Beatles- "Help!"

Item 57- Bonanza- Dan Blocker,  Michael Landon, Loren Green, Pernell Roberts, "Ponderosa Party Time"

Item 58- Elton Britt- "The Best of Britt"

Item 59- The Browns, Jim Ed, Maxine & Bonnie- "The Best of The Browns"

Item 60- Vin Bruce- "Cajun Country's Greatest"

Item 61- Colleen Caroll- "No Tellin",  "Blue Bonnet Waltz"

Item 62- The Carter Family - Featuring A. P. Carter

Item 63- The Carter Family- "Home Among the Hills"

Item 64- Mother Maybelle Carter- "Bells Among the Hills",  "Wildwood Flower"

Item 65- Johnny Cash- "Ride This Train",  "Loading Coal", "Going to Memphis" ect.

Item 66- Petula Clark- "My Love",  "A Sign of The Times" , "I Can't Remember Ever Loving You" and Others

Item 67- Slim Critchlow- "Cowboy Songs",  "The Crooked Trail to Holbrook",  "The Brazos River"

Item 68- Skeeter Davis- "The End of the World"

Item 69- "Little Jimmy Dickens" Best- "The Take an Old Cold Tater and Wait", "Hillbilly  Fever" - "A-Sleepin' at the Foot of the Bed" " "Be Careful Stones of Stones That You Throw" and  others

Item 70- Bob Dylan- "Blowing in the Wind",  "Girl From the North Country"  "Masters of War",  "Down the Highway", "Bob Dylan's Blues",  "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" and others

End of Box 29

 

Series III

Box 30

Item 1- Elvis (Presley)- "Aloha Oe," "Blue Hawaii," "Almost Always True," "No More,"  "Can't Help Falling in Love," "Rock - A Hula Baby," "Moonlight Swim," "Hawaiian Wedding Song," and Others

Item 2- Red Foley- ("Memories") "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes" "That Little Boy of Mine" "Sunday Down In Tennessee" "Just A Man and His Dog" "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" "On Top of Old Smokey" "When God Dips His Love In My Heart" and Others

Item 3- Hawkshaw Hawkins Sings - 1964 - "Action" "If It Aint on the Menu" "I'll Take a Chance with You" "Rebound" "I'll Be Gone" "Waitin, for My Baby" "Oh, How I Cried" "Ko ko Mo, I Love You So" "The Mark 'Round My Finger" "I Wanna Be Hagged to Death By You" and more

Item 4- Cisco Houston Sings - "The Songs of Woody Guthrie"

Item 5- Ramsey Kearney - "Portraits and Songs of Yesterday"

Item 6- Frankie Laine - "Hell Bent For Leather" "Rawhide" "Cool Water" "Along The Navajo Trail" "Bowie Knife" "Gun Fight at O. K, Corral" "City Boy" "The Cry of the Wild Goose "The 3:10 to Yuma" "The Hanging Tree" "Mule Train"

Item 7-  Margie L'Lane -  "Yesterday's Roses" "Driftwood on the River" "A Boy from Texas A Girl From Tennessee"   "Sweethearts or Strangers"   "Careless Hands" "Signed, Sealed, and Delivered"  "A Little Bitty Tear" "The Ghost Riders"

Item 8- Lulu Belle and Scotty - "Have I Told You Lately (That I Love You" "Mountain Dew" "New River Train" "Maple on the Hill" "I Wish I Was Single Again" "You Don't Love Me LikeYou Used To Do" "We're Gonna Hold On"

Item 9 - Gordon Mac Rae and Gisele Mackenzie - "My Buick", My Love and I"

Item 10- Lukcy Millinder - "Berserk Boogie" "Fare-The  Well Deacon Jones"

Item 11-  Bunnie Mills  Sings - "Country From The Heart" "Mountain Boy" "A Poor Man's Roses" "Nashville Lights" "Crazy In Love" "Walking on the Back Side of The Blues" and others

Item 12- The Chad Mitchell Trio - Trio "Lizzie Borden" "Hang on The Bell Nellie" "The Great Historical Bum" "The John Birch Society" "The Ides of Texas Don't Fence Me In" "Green Grows The Lilacs" "Unfortunate Man", and Others

Item 13- Montana Slim  - "32 Wonderful Years" "What Price Must I Pay" "Grand ma's Courtin' Again"  "Pretty Little Girl In Blue" "The Cattle Call" and others

Item 14 - The New Christy Minstrels - "Denver" "The Story of The Preacher and the Story of The Preacher and the Bear" "Liza Lee" "Louisiana Lou" "Golden Bells" "Tip Toe Thur The Tulips With Me" and Others

Item 15 - The New Christy Minstrels - "The Old-Timer" "Billy's Mule" "Susiana" "In The Hill of Shiloh" and others

Item 16 - Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstat, Emmy Lou Harris - "Trio" "The Pain of Loving You" "Making Plans" "To Know Him Is To Love Him" "Hobo's Meditation" "Wild Flowers" "Telling Me Lies" "Farther Along"  "Bury Me Not on The Lone Prairie"

Item 17 -The Plummer Family - "Country All The Way" "Somebody Loves You" "Fox on The Run" "Good Hearted Woman" "Take An Old Cold Tater And Wait", and Others

Item 18 - Don Reno - "A Song For Everyone" "Kiss Me Once Again" "Put It Off Until Tomorrow" "I Ain't Gonna Walk Your Dog No More" "My Church" and Others

Item 19 - Debby & Marge Marge Roads - "Country Roads" "In The Back of Pappy's Truck"Barbara Allen" "Put My Little Shoes Away" "Kentucky" "To Daddy and Others

Item 20 - Tex Ritter - "Hillbilly Heaven"   "We Live In Two Different Two Worlds" "High Noon" "Heart" "The Deck of Cords" "A New Moon Over My Shoulder" and Others

Item 21 - Carson Robinson -"Scatchin Gravel", "Mouse in the Bread Box"

Item 22- Jimmy Rodgers - "Frankie and Johnnie" "Blue Yodel #12" "Desert Blues" "Looking for a New Mama" "Memphis Yodel" "My Old Pal" "Jimmy the Kid" "Mother, Queen of My Heart" and Others

Item 23 - Jimmy Rodgers - Memorial Album - "Never No Mo' Blues" "Daddy and Home" "Blue Yodel #4" "Waiting for a Train" "Blue Yodel # 6" and others

Item 24 - Jimmy Rodgers -a, b. - Jimmy Rodgers (2 Albums) - "My Rough and Rowdy Ways" "Blue Yodel # 9" "Mississippi Moon" "M Blue Eyed Jane" "In The Jailhouse Now No. 2" "Peach Pickin Time in Georgia" "Mule Skinner Blues" "The Breakman's Blues" and others

End of Box 30

 

Series III

Box 31

Contains: Jimmy Driftwood Various Artist Collections

Item 1- Kenny Rogers and The First Edition " 2 Album Set - "Sunrise Overture" "Calico Silver" "Wright Me Down" "The Way It Used To Be" "Empty Handed Compadres" "Calico Silver (Reprise) "Harbor For My Soul" "Calico Saturday Night" and others

Item 2-L. Flatt and E. Scruggs " The Golden Hits"-  "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" "Salty Dog Blues" "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms" and others

Item 3- Hank Snow - "I Wonder Where Your Are Tonight" "The Wreck of The Old 97" "Anniversary Blue Yodel" and others

Item 4- Kenny Threadgill - "Yesterday & Today" "Any Old Time" "Mississippi Delta Blues" "Waiting For A Train" "St. Louie Blues" "Brakeman's Blues" "Jimmy The Kid" and others

Item 5- Watson & Son - "Muskrat" "Weary Blues "Medley", "Rising Sun Blues" "Mama Blues" and others

Item 6- Kitty Wells - "Queen of Country Music" "It wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" "Paying For That Back Street Affair" "Making Believe" "Searching (for Someone Like You)" "I Can't Stop Loving You,"  and others

Item 7- (No Name) A Tribute To Hank Williams - Vol. 2- "Clear Water" "Get Along Little Dogie" "Bury Me Not on The Lone Prairie" "Rosewood Casket" "Bury Me Beneath The Willow" and others

Item 8- Hank Williams Sr. - His Original Hits - 1982 - "Your Cheatin' Heart" "Hey Good Lookin'" "Jumbalya" "Cold Cold Heart" "Half As Much" and others

Item 9- Hank Williams - "Just Me and My Guitar" (Some Never Released) "Jambalya" "Heaven Holds All My Treasures" "You Better Keep It On Your Mind" "Lost on The River" "A House of Gold" "Help Me Understand" "Neath A Cold Gray Tomb of Stone" "There's Nothing as Sweet As My Baby" "Fool About You" "The Log Train"

Item 10- Hank Williams Jr.- "The Pressure Is On"  "A Country Boy Can Survive" "Tennessee Stud" "Ramblin In My Shoes" "All My Rowdy Friends" "Ballad of Hank  Williams"  and others

Item 11- Bob Wills and His - "Texas Play Boys" "San Antonia Rose" "Trouble In Mind" "Take Me Back to Tulsa" "Roly Poly" "Time Changes Everything" "Miss Molly" and others

Item 12- Dell Woods- "My Baby" "The New Redwing" "Dell's Ace In The Hole" "Alabama Jubilee, "T Bell of St. Mary's"

Item 13- Various Artist " Grassroots! Real Old Time Country Music - Bashful Bother Oswald, Sam & Kirk, Lew Childre, Lula Belle & Scotty, New River Boys, Wayne Rainey, Stringbean, and others

Item 14- Various Artists " Country Music Collectors - Delmore Brothers - "Maple on The Hill" "Blue", Bradley Kincaid " "Railroad Train", Uncle Dave Macor " "First Whispoor Will Song", Carlisle Brothers- "I'm Sorry Now" and others

Item 15- Elliott Dean " Fiddle Tunes of Yesteryear - "Turkey In The Straw" "Old Joe Clark" "Last Cheaters Waltz" and others

Item 16- Grant Rogers - Ballads & Fiddle Tunes - "When The Snow Flakes Fall Again" "Two Drummers" "May I Sleep In Your Barn" "Mother The Queen Of My Heart" "The Little Red Barn"  and others

Item 17- Clayton McMichen " Square Dance (3) Record Set " Fiddlin' (without Calls)

Item 18- Floyd C. Woodhull " Square Dance (with calls), - "Oh! Susanna", "Pop Goes The Weasel", "Soldier's Joy", "Blackberry Quadrille", and others

Item 19- Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers "The Kickapoo Medicine Show" "Rack and Rambling Boy" "New Dixie" "You Got'ta Quit Kicking My Dog Around and others

Item 20- Vivian Williams & Barbara Lamb with Tall Timber - "Twin Fiddling" "Leather Britches" "Spotted Pony" "Tennessee Wagnor" "St. Paul Waltz"  and others

Gospel Albums

Item 21- The Gospel Three - "Heavenly Highway" "Power In The Blood" "Paul and Silas" "Beautiful Life" "Jesus Hold My Hand" "Angel Band"  and others

Item 22- Happy Four Quartet - "Won"t That Be A Happy Time" "Sweetest Song I Know" "Mercy, Not Justice" "No Mansion for Sale" "Lord Lead Me Home", and others

Item 23- The House Bro and Canaan Valley Boys- "I'm On My Way To Canaan Land" "When The Savior Reached Down For Me" "Jesus Hold My Hand" "Somebody Touched Me" "Precious Memories" and others

Item 24- "Light" " Ouachita Baptist Univ. - "Light of the World" "More Than You Will Ever Know" "Love Lifted Me" and others

Item 25- Lonnie Skinner and Toni Skinner - "Thank You For The Valley" "Without Him" "Unworthy" "Fill My Cup Lord" "He Looked Beyond My Fault" and others

Item 26- Burnis Ward - "He Will Honor His Word" "Will Stand By You" "He Hath Set Us Free" "The Savior Died For You and Me" and others

Item 27- Lee & Drew Porter - "It's Christmas Time Again" 1986 "Christmas Time In Louisiana" "Little King" "Calling" and others

End of Box 31

 

Series III

Box 32-A

Item 1- Julie Andrews/Dick Van Dyke - "Walt Disney's Mary Poppins Sound Track"

Item 2- Barumn and Bailey's Favorite March, Ringling Bros. and Barmun & Bailey's Band, Merle Evans,  Conductor 1.- "High Ridin'" 2. "Jungle Queen" 3. "Roses of Memory" 4. "Stop It!"

Item 3- The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz Impressions of New York - Theme From "Mr. Broadway" "Broadway Bossa Nova" "Autumn In Washington Square" "Something To Sing About" "Sixth Sense" "Spring In Central Park" "Lonley Mr. Broadway" "Summer on the Sound" "Winter Ballad" "Broadway Romance" "Upstage Rumba"

Item 4- Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band In Concert- "Dixie Bonnie Blue Flag" "Listen to the Mocking Bird" "Aura Lee" "Paddlin" "Madelin' Home" "On the Banks of The Wabash" "Ther'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight" "Hail Hail The Gang's All Here" "Amazing Grace"

Item 5- Tennessee Ernie Ford Sings Civil War Songs of the North- "The Army of The Free" "Virginia's Bloody Soil" "Marching Song" (of The First Arkansas Negro Regiment) "The Why And The Wherefore" "The Vacant Chair" "The Fall of Charleston" "The New York Volunteer" "The Faded Coat of Blue" "Marching Trough Georgia" "Just Before The Battle, Mother" "The Girl I Left  Behind" "Union Dixie"

Item 6 - Mac Frampton - Ivory Roads- "Star Wars" "To Music - I Write The Songs" "You Light Up My Life" "Hustlin' Bach" "Teacups and Doilies" "In a Persian Market" "Evergreen" and others

Item 7 - J. and R. Marlow - the two pianos of Jeff & Ronald Marlow- "Hey Jude" "Yesterday" "Eleanor Rigby" "Michelle" "The Magnificent" "Stars and Stripe Forever"  and others

Item 8 - Oedtta- "Give Me Your Hand" "Sail Away" "Ladies" "Suite: Ancestor 1" "Roll On Buddy" "Take This Hammer" "Lowlands" "Deep Blue Sea" "Michael Rowed The Boat Ashore" "Suite: Ancestors 2" "House of The Rising Sun" "Movin' It On

Item 9 - Lena Horn- "I Didn't Know About You" "One For My Baby"

Item 10 - Paul and Paula - Sing For Young Lovers- "Hey Paula" "Hey Baby" "Come Softly To Me" "Two People In The World" "Sweet Baby" "Young Lovers" "My Happiness" and others

Item 11 - The Greg Smith Singers - America Sings: The Great Sentimental Age - Vol. II - "Steven Foster -to - Charles Ives (3 Album Set) - "Beautiful Dreamer", "Beautiful Dreamer", "Jeannie with The Light Brown Hair", "The Merry Merry Month of May", "Listen To The Mocking Bird", Nellie Gray" and others

Item 12 - 'Cile Lawson Turner, 'Cile Sings, - "Drizzlin Rain", "John Henry", "Didn't It Rain", "Crap-Shootin' Sinner", "Old History's Walkin'in" Full'o the Moon", "Midnight Train", "All Night Long", "One Arm Tom"

Item 13 - Roger Williams Songs of the Fabulous Fifties - "Moonglow" - "Theme From Picnic", "I Believe", "Unchained Melody", Tennessee Waltz, "My Heart Cries For You", "Autumn Leaves", "Three Coins In The Fountain", "True Love", "Hey There", "Young At Heart", and others

Item 14 - George Winston/ Piano Solos - "Highway Hymn" "Song", " Go Way From My Windows", "Miles City Train", and others

Item 15 - An American Heritage Record - Historic Music of The Great West - "Sioux Lullaby", "Love Somebody? Yes I Do", "He's Gone Away", "Erie Canal", "Missionary Hymn", "Home Swee Home", "Arkansas Traveler" "Oh! Susanna", I've Been Workin' on The Railroad", "The Girl I Left Behind" "Wabash Cannon Ball"

Item 16 - An American Heritage Record - World War I - Historic Music and Voices - "June 28, 1914,", "Sarajero to December 15, 1917", "Lenin Seeks Armistice, 1918", "The Final Phase", "Remembrance Festival",  " London Medley of World War I Songs"

Item 17 - Leonard Bernstein - New York Philharmonic - "Bolero", "La Valse", "Rapsodie Espangnole", " Prelude a la nuit", and others

Item 18 - Leonard Bernstein -New York Philharmonic/Scheherazade- "The Sea of Sinbad's Ship" "The Story of the Kalander Prince" "The Young Prince and The Young Princess" "The Sea", "The Ship"

Item 19 - The Boston Symphony Orchestra - "Lohengrin Prelude to Act III" "Classical Symphony" "Gymnopedies Nos.1 and 2" "Nocturnes", "The Damnation of Faust:"

Item 20 - The Boston Symphony Orchestra/Bartok's Concert - Erich Leinsdorf

Item 21 - Percy Faith and His Orchestra/Themes For Young Lovers - "Rythem of The Rain", "Up on The Roof", "Go Away Little Girl",  "Our Day Will Come", "The End of The World", "All  Alone Am I", "My Coloring Book" and others

Item 22 - Gilbert & Sullivan - The Knightsbridge Strings -"A Wand' Ring Minstral" "Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes" "Love is A Plaintive Song" "The Moon & I and others

Item 23 - Erich Leinsdorf Orchestra/The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Symphony "Symphony No. 5 In Minor 95, (New World")

Item 24 - Benny Goodman and His Orchestra - "A Kiss In The Night" "For You, Fore Me Evermore"

Item 25 - Henry Mancini and His Orchestra- "The Pink Panther Theme" "It Had Better Be Tonight" "Royal Blue" "Champaign and Quail" "The Village Inn and others

Item 26 - Igor Markevitch /The Philharmonia- "Tchaikovsky Nutcracker" "Suite Op. 71A" "Romeo and Juliet" "Fantasy Overture"

Item 27 - Ray McKenley and His Orchestra- "Hoodle Addle" "Passe"

Item 28 - Mitch Miller /Sing Along with Mitch- "That Old Gang Of Mine" "Down By The Old Mill Stream" "By The Light 0f The Silvery Moon" "You Are My Sunshine" "Till We Meet Again" "I've Been Working on the Railroad" "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" "Don't Fence Me In" and more

Item 29    - Tony Arden/Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra- "I Can Dream, Can't I?" "A Little Love, A Little Kiss"

Item 30 - The New York Ensemble - Contemporary Music For Harp Ensemble "Prelude for Four Harps" "Scherzo" "Island of Mysterious Bells",  and more

Item 31 - The New York Harp Ensemble -American Cavalcade - Music for Harp Ensemble - "Spirituals In Sunshine and Shadow"

Item 32 - The New York Harp Ensemble - "Pastorale and Toccate" "Prelude From Partitia No. 3" "Concerto" "Coninc Prelude"

Item 33 - Redeemed By Music - Mozart on Fifth "Larghetto/Allegro", Andante" "Andante" "Allegro" "Moon Light Serenade" "The Entertainer" "Easy Winner" "Pineapple Rag" "Mapleleaf Rag" "September Song" and more

Item 34 - George Szell/The Columbia Symphony Orchestra- "Allegro Moderate" "Andante" "Allegro Molto" "Vivace" "Andante"  and more

Item 35 - The Longines Symphonette/The Memory Years - 1925 - 1960 (6 Record Set)

a.       "Charmaine" "Jeanninie, I Dream of Liac Time" "Dinah", "When Your're Smiling"  "Siboney""Without Song" "I'm Sittin' on Top Of the World"

b.  "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey"    "When the Moon Comes Over The Mountain" "Stormy Weather"

c.   "Over The Rainbow" "Red Sails in The Sunset" "Twilight on The Trail" "Cheek To Cheek" "God Bless America"

d. "Pass The Ammunition" "That Old Black Magic" "You Always Hurt The One You Love" "Remember Pearl  Harbor" "Comin' In on A Wing and A Prayer"

e. "The Girl That I Marry" "There's No Business Like Show Business" "To Each His Own" "Hi-Lili-Hi-Lo" "An Affair to Remember" "Poor People of Paris" "Fascination"

f.    "Buttons and Bows" "Be My Love", "The Hawaiian Wedding Song" "Ebb Tide" "Volare" and more

End of Box 32-A

 

Series III

Box 32B

Item 1 - Adomono Guitar Estupendo -   "April in Portugal", "Valiente Tokos", Delilah", "Inn The Mood", "Jalousis", "Cherry Pink and  Apple Blossom White", "Autumn Leaves" and more

Item 2 - Julian Bream/Lute Music From The Royal Courts- "Landgrave of Hesse", "Saltarello", "Il Conte Orlando", "Ballo Dettd" "Conte Orlando Saltarello" "Fantasia", "Queen Elizbeth's" ,  Gallard" and more

Item 3 - Julian Bream/Popular Classics For Spanish Guitar- "Villa - Lobos",   "Torroba", "Turina" "Albeniz", "Falla" and more

Item 4 - Julian Bream, Guitarist/J. S. Bach Lute - J. S. Bach Lute Suites No. 1& 2

Item 5 - The Clancy Bro, Tommy Maken &  Others/150 Songs, Jigs, Reels and Ballads of  Ireland (5 Record Set) - "O'Donnell Ahoo", "Haigh Did Dum", "My Wild Irish Rose", One Morning In May" "Whiskey You're The Devil", "The Real Old Mountain Dew, and many more

Item 6 - Enid Katahn,  Bach - "Pantita No. 6 in E Minor, Chopin, Berceuse  Op. 57, Rachmaminoff , "Five Etudes Tableaux

Item 7 - Antonio Mendoza/La Guitarra De - "Etud No. 8", "Romance", "Un Madrigal" "Taos, Etud in D", and more

Item 8 - Antonio Mendoza/Canciones De Mexico - "Cu Cu Rru Paloma" "Maria Bonita", "La Valentina" "Yo Vendo unos ojos Negros", and more

Item 9 - International Visitors to Galax - Galax International: Old Time, Mountain & Bluegrass Music- "Give Me the Roses" "Polly Put the Kettle On" "Border Ride" "Somebody Loves you Darlin"

Item 10 - National Geographic Society/The Music of Greece - (Bouzoukis, Baglamas, Byzantine Bells)

Item 11 – National Geographic Society/Music of the Ozarks Album - Side 1 – “Bunker Hill”, “Down in the Arkansas”,  “Flop-eared Mule”, “Harrison Town”, “Banks of the Ohio”, “Angel Band”, “Utah Carl”, “Wildwood Flower”, “Old Bill Jones” - Side 2 – “Bright Morning Stars”, “Guitar Medley”, “Trail to Mexico”, “Run, Johnny, Run”, “Knoxville Girl”, “Cripple Creek”, “Good-bye my Susie Gal”, “Arkansas Traveler”

Item 12 - National Georphic Society/The Music of Trinidad Children's Songs- "Queen of The Bands", "Sams Humamite" "Calypso Medley", "Rosebud", "Mme Ophelia" "Play Mas" and more

Item 13 - Buddy Sarkisan & His Mecca Four with Fred Elias/ Soul of The East - "Mecca Interlude", "Tempo of The Vails",  "Laurentien Dreams" "Drumselero",  "Chift Sands" "Turkish Nightmare", "Desert Moods", "Carribean Holiday and more

End of Box 32B

 

Series III

Box 33

File 1 - Index of Tapes- Alphabetical

File 2 - Book of Songs- Alphabetical

File 3 - Book of Songs- No. 1 through 96

File 4 - Tapes-Cassettes

File 5 - 900 Tapes- Key to tapes

File 6 - 900 Tapes- Key to tapes

File 7 - A-Tapes, B-Tapes

File 8 - C. 900's (Arkansas History/UCA)

File 9 - D-Tapes

File 10- E-Tapes

File 11- F-Tapes

File 12- G-Tapes

File 13- H-Tapes

File 14- I-Tapes

File 15- J-Tapes

File 16- K-Tapes

File 17- British Ballads

File 18- Love Songs

File 19- Master Tapes, 1979

File 20- Old 78 Recordings

File 21- Titles of Songs in Albums

File 22- Jimmy Driftwoods list of 53 Songs

File 23- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1963

File 24- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. October 1974-1986

File 25- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. July 1974

File 26- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook on Travel, 1975-1976

File 27- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1975

File 28- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1978

File 29- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1980

File 30- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1981

File 31- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1982

File 32- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1983

File 33- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1984

File 34- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1986

File 35- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1987

File 36- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1988

File 37- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1989

File 38- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1990

File 39- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1992

File 40- Jimmy Driftwoods Notebook, Misc. Info. 1997

End of Box 33

 

Series III

Box 34

Contains: Misc. Box of Jimmy Driftwood Tapes

End of Box 34

 

Series III

Box 35

Contains: A1 to C 906 Driftwood Cassette Tapes (See Index Box 33)

End of Box 35

 

Series III

Box 36

Contains: C909 to D20 Driftwood Cassette Tapes (See Index Box 33)

End of Box 36

 

Series III

Box 37

Contains: D21 to G8 Driftwood Cassette Tapes (See Index Box 33)

End of Box 37

 

Series III

Box 38

Contains: G9 to I-19 Driftwood Cassette Tapes (See Index Box 33)

End of Box 38

 

Series III

Box 39

Contains: K119 to M7 Driftwood Cassette Tapes (See Index Box 33)

End of Box 39

 

Series III

Box 40

Contains: I-20 to K118 Driftwood Cassette Tapes (See Index Box 33)

End of Box 40

 

Series III

Box 41

Contains: Misc. Cassette Tapes

End of Box 41

 

Series III

Box 42

Contains: Misc. Cassette Tapes

End of Box 42

 

Series III

Box 43

Contains: Jimmy Driftwood Reel to Reel Tapes (32 Tapes - 7-8 Tracks)

End of Box 43

 

Series III

Box 44

Contains: Various Videos - (3 Carousel Slide Trays & 5 Videos)

End of Box 44

 

Series III

Box 45: Contains: Jimmy's Videos

Item 1 - Jimmy Driftwood on 'NBC Today Show'

Item 2 - Jimmy Driftwood - on  AETN-Ark. Educational Television Network

Item 3 Jimmy Driftwood  - on AETN - Ark. Educational Television Network

Item 4 - Jimm Driftwood - on AETN - Ark. Educational Television Network

Item 5 - Jimmy Driftwood - w/Pres. Jimmy Carter - 12/2/1983

Item 6 - Jimmy Driftwood - w/Pres. Jimmy Carter - 12/2/1983

Item 7 - Jimmy Driftwood  Barn Program - 9/1985

Item 8 - Jimmy Driftwood, Mtn. View (no date)

Item 9 - Jimmy Driftwood at Home - (no date)

Item 10 - Jimmy Driftwood's 79th Birthday Party - June 20, 1986

Item 11 - A Cellebrtation of Jimmy Driftwood' 80th Birthday taped in Driftwood Barn Mtn. View - June 20, 1987

Item 12 - Arkansas Entertainers Hall Of Fame - (No Date)

Item 13 - Jimmy Driftwood  -  w/Linda and Diane - May 224, 1991

Item 14 - "Elton Britt Memorial" and Jimmy and  Cleta Driftwood's Home and Show Oct. 23, 1993 and 1929 Film of Jimmy Rodgers In "Singing Breakman"

Item 15 - The Jimmy Driftwood Band Program - Oct. 25, 1996

Item 16 - Jimmy & Cleta Driftwood - Jan.- July 1998

Item 17 - ABC Ch. 7 News Article on Jimmy Driftwood in Timbo, Arkansas April 17, 1994

Item 18 - UCA's 7th President Winfred Thompson/Investiture - Oct. 7, 1988

Item 19 - UCA WW II Memorial Footage - Oct. 2003

Item 20 -  Garth Brooks - The Thunder Rolls  - 1991

Item 21 - Rarly Heard, Grandpa Jones, Cathy and Dave, Norm & Nancy Blake, Jim & Jesse, Jay Unger and Molly Mason, Stony Lonesome, Kenny Baker and Josh Graves.

End of Box 45

 

Series III

Box 46

Item 1 - Arkansas Portraits of Jimmy Driftwood

Item 2 - (copy) Announcement of Donation by Jimmy Driftwood and beginning of musical program  - 4/16/1982

Item 3 - (copy) Announcement of by Jimmy Driftwood and Beginning of Musical Program - 4/16/1982

Item 4 - Continuing Musical Program of tape 3 - 4/16/1982

Item 5 - (copy 1) Jimmy Driftwood Demonstrates Ozark Mountain Guitar Tuning May 22, 1986

Item 6 - (Copy2) Jimmy Driftwood Demonstrates Ozark Tuning - July 2, 1986

Item 7 - (copy 1) History in Story & Song - July 2, 1986 Performed by Jimmy Driftwood

Item 8 - (copy 2) Arkansas History in Story & Song - July 2, 1986 - Performed by Jimmy Driftwood

Item 9   - (copy 1) - Arkansas History in Story & Song by Jimmy Driftwood - July 2, 1986

Item 10 - (copy 2) Arkansas History in Story & Song - July 2, 1986 - Performed by Jimmy Driftwood

Item 11 - (copy 1) Arkansas History in Story & Song - July 2, 1986 - Performed by Jimmy Driftwood

Item 12 - Jimmy Driftwood - Master Tape - 1985 & 1996

Item 13 - Jimmy Driftwood Barn Program - May 1987 and one afternoon at the Driftwood Home

Item 14 - Jimmy Driftwood Barn Program - Oct. 1987

Item 15 (3) Copies - a, b, cThe Ballad of Jimmy Driftwood Documentary w/Fred Foster, Porter Waggoner, Eddy Arnold and Ralph Emory - 1998

Item 16 - Mtn. View Christmas Pagent 1987 (Bess Wolf w/glasses - Spring Festival at Jimmy Driftwood Barn 1989 (Bess, Robert, Paul and Rosemary, and Bill & Fern Rhodes)

Item 17 - Jimmy Driftwood Barn Program - April 1989

Item 18 - Jimmy Driftwood Barn Program - June 1989

Item 19 - Jimmy Driftwood, Mtn. View, Ark. Singing - "Butter Beans", Baby O", "Mixed Up Family"

Item 20 - Jimmy Driftwood - on "Nashville Now" - Sept, 1989

End of Box 46

End of Series III

 

Series IV

Box 1

File 1 - Timbo Valley Old Time Craft Show

File 2 - Program- Stone County Folkways Festival (This was the First Folk Festival, August 20, 1941

File 3 - Newspaper Article from The Ozark Mountaineer, 1955-1956

File 4 - The Land of the Crossbow, near Blanchard Springs, AR 1955

File 5 - First Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1963

File 6 - Arkansas Folk Festival, Souvenir Edition

File 7 - Second Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1964

File 8 - Third Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1965

File 9 - Fourth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1966

File 10- Fifth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1967

File 11- Sixth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1968

File 12- New York Times Magazine, June 30, 1968 "The Songs of Stone County" p.14

File 13- Seventh Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1969

File 14- The Delta Review, October 1969, pp. 36-41, 50

File 15- Eighth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1970

File 16- Ninth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1971

File 17- Tenth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1972

File 18- Eleventh Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1973

File 19- Twelfth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1974

File 20- Thirteenth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1975

File 21- Fourteenth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1976

File 22- Arkansas Folk Festival at the Jimmy Driftwood Barn, c.1980

File 23- Nineteenth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1981

File 24- Twenty-fourth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1986

File 25- The Traveling Ozark Folk Festival 1966-1986

File 26- Twenty-eighth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1990

File 27- Thirty-fifth Annual Arkansas Folk Festival, 1997, Jimmy and Cleda Honored in Parade  for the festival

File 28- 25th Anniversary Celebration-Blanchard Springs Caverns and Ozark Folk Center, Saturday May 2, 1998

File 29- The Ozark Mountaineer, Article on "Stone County Ironworks" August 1989

File 30- The Ozark Regional Magazine, October 31, 1998. Beanfest Mountain View, AR

File 31- "Jimmy Driftwood recalls the past for today's young people"

File 32- Article on Ozark Traditions and Folk Music

File 33- 1970's Arkansas Folk Festival recalled in Bygone Days-25 years ago Column, May 29, 1995

File 34- Three Stone County Democrats, 1893-1894-1990

File 35- The Mountain View Historical Logue, Vol. 1, No. 1, April 1973

File 36- The Mountain View, Vol. 1, No. 25, July 3, 1973

File 37- The Mountain View, Vol. 1, No. 26, July 10, 1973

File 38- The Mountain View, Vol. 1, No. 27, July 17, 1973

File 39- Newspaper Articles by Piney Page

End of Box 1

 

Series IV

Box 2

File 1 - Articles on Folklore, Jimmy Driftwood

File 2 - Information of Folk Festivals around the US, 1953-1959

File 3 - Annual Ozark Folk Festival Program, 1963

File 4 - Newport Folk Festival-Newport, Rhode Island, 1955

File 5 - Folk Festivals 1957-1959

File 6 - First Newport, RI Folk Festival, The Christian Science Monitor Boston, Tuesday, August 18, 1959, Jimmy Driftwood Performed

File 7 - Folk Festival 1960-1961

File 8 - Colorado Folk Festival Program, Driftwood pp. 17, 1960

File 9 - The Sunday Denver Post Magazine of the Arts, October 23, 1960

File 10- Folklore Seminar held at YMCA, 1961

File 11- University of Illinois Campus Folksong Record Club, 1961-1964

File 12- Folk Festivals, 1962

File 13- University of Chicago Court Theater, Driftwood pp. 13

File 14- University of Southern California, Folk Music Workshop, 1962

File 15- Folk Festivals, 1963

File 16- Folk Festivals, 1964

File 17- Newport Folk Festivals, 1964

File 18- Salute to Music in Downtown St. Louis, October 29, 1964

File 19- Folk Festivals, 1965

File 20- Folk Festivals, 1965

File 21- Newport Folk Festival, 1965

File 22- New York Folk Festival, 1965

File 23- Newport Folk Festival, 1966

File 24- Jimmy Driftwood at the Newport Folk Festival, 1967

File 25- Folk Festivals, 1966-1969

File 26- Folk Festivals, 1970's

File 27- Jimmy Driftwood, director of the 3rd Annual Ozark Folklore Workshop at Arkansas College

File 28- Festival of American Folklife, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C., July 1-5, 1970

File 29- Texas Folklife Festival, September 1972, San Antonio, Texas

File 30- Annual Ozark Folklore Workshops, 1973-1974

File 31- Jimmy Driftwood MC of Kentucky Lane Folk Festival, August 30, 1974

File 32- The Arkansas Historical Association- April 24-26, 1975, Arkansas Folklore in Song and Tale Annual Meeting

File 33- Folk Festivals, 1976

File 34- The Great Plains Experience, The University of Mid America, 1978

File 35- Taylor University, Jimmy Driftwood Concert, September 28, 1979

File 36- Folk Festival 1980

File 37- Folk Artist in Schools, F.A.I.S., April 8, 1980

File 38- Folklife Program for the State of Louisiana, c. 1980

File 39- A Workshop in American Folklore, E. Texas University, 1980

File 40- Folk-Legacy Records, Inc. Hunting, Vermont Folk Music Recordings of Consistent Quality

File 41- The National Crafts Foundation, Silver Dollar City, MO

File 42- Miscellaneous

File 43- Misc. Clippings, Craft Fairs, 1965-1986

End of Box 2

 

Series IV

Box 3

File 1 - National Folk Festival, Folder 1, 1955-1961, File I

File 2 - National Folk Festival, Folder 2, 1962-1971, File II

File 3 - Book- Government and the Arts, hearings before a special subcommittee, 87th  Congress, August 29-31, 1962 (pp. 113, Statement of Melville Hussey and Sata Gertrude Knott for National Folk Festival Association)

File 4 - Festival of American Folk Life, The Smithsonian Institution, File I

File 5 - Festival of American Folk Life, The Smithsonian Institution, File II

File 6 - Congressional Record- Washington D.C., July 16, 1970 Regarding Folklife Festival

File 7 - American Folklore Foundation Act, Hearing before the subcommittee on labor and public welfare, United States Senate, 95th Congress

File 8 - Newspaper Clippings

End of Box 3

 

Series IV

Box 4

File 1 - Chronological Breakdown of the History of AR & Mt. View, AR

File 2 - Newspaper Articles on Folk Center at Mt. Home, 1964-1970's

File 3 - Agreement between Driftwood and Advanced Projects Corp. of New York City for Ozark Folk Center

File 4 - Survey for Parks and Recreation Committee for Ozark Folk Center, 1969

File 5 - Billboard Magazine, January 25, 1969, Ozark Folk Center to Spotlight Non-amplified Instruments by Ron Schlachter

File 6 - "Will Success Spoil Mountain View?" by Beverly Palmer, 1969

File 7 - "The De-Hillbillizers" by Jenkin Loyd Jones

File 8 - "The Commercial Appeal-Midsouth" September 3, 1972, article on Folk Center pp. 4

File 9 - The Ozark Mountaineer Magazine with Articles on the Ozark Folk Center at Mt. View, AR October 1972

File 10- "What's Happening Now", Publication 1973

File 11- News release on Folk Center

File 12- Leslie Sloan, Gunsmith, The Folk Center, Mt. View, AR

File 13- Mt. View Newspaper, "Ozark Folk Center prepares for Dedication", May 1, 1973,  "The Holler Logue", "Taproot"

File 14- Photos of Ozark Folk Center/ Blanchard Springs Ceremony

File 15- The Ozark Folk Center, Effective Management of our Natural Resources proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Mt. View, AR November 14-16, 1973

File 16- Ozark Folk Center, Correspondence, 1975

File 17- Jimmy Driftwood, Ozark Folk Center Controversy, 1975

File 18- Driftwood's notepads on programs at Folk Center

File 19- Arkansas and Ozark Folk Center featured on NBC's-Today Show, January 16, 1976

File 20- Resident and Tourist Perceptions of the Ozark Folk Center, January 1976

File 21- The Ozark Folk Center, Purchasing procedures and Maintenance, 1976

File 22- St. Louis Post Dispatch article, "Jimmy Driftwood Feuding Over His Ozark Mountain Music", July 18, 1982

File 23- Dr. Bessie Moore's Birthday Celebration, August 2, 1982

File 24- Newspaper Articles on Folk Center management Controversy, August 14, 1983

File 25- Ozark Country Music Magazine, March 1986, Article pp. 54

File 26- Good Morning America, Features Ozark Folk Center, May 5, 1986

File 27- Ozark Folk Center brochure, 1987

File 28- Ozark Folk Center State park of the Year, November 1990

File 29- Annual Report on The Ozark Folk Center State Park, 1990

File 30- The Ozarks Mountaineer Magazine, Article on pp. 48 & 52, June 1991

File 31- The Ozark Regional Magazine, Jimmy Driftwood's Dream for Ozark Folk Center, pp. 10-11, April 1997

File 32- "No Depression", Ozark Folk Center Article pp. 8, September-October 1998

File 33- First Annual "Jimmy Driftwood Day", October 24, 1998

File 34- Mountain Inn Restaurant Menu and Newspaper Article

End of Box 4

End of Series IV

 

Series V

Box 1

File 1 - Jimmy Driftwood appointed by Governor Rockefeller to the State Publicity and Parks Commission, February 27, 1969

File 2 - Parks Department Business

File 1 - Preliminary Minutes, State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission, Friday, October 27, 1972

File 4 - Correspondence, Parks and Tourism

File 5 - Audit Report, State Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission of the Department of Parks and Tourism, Little Rock, AR June 30, 1974

File 6 - Contracts, Financial Statements, Etc- 1974-1975

File 7 - Department of Arkansas, Arkansas Photos-12, 8x10

File 8 - Tourist and Recreation Potential, Arkansas Ozark Region

File 9 - Summons in the Chancery Court of Bradley Co., AR Ouachita Exploration Co. Inc. - V-Arkansas Parks, Recreation and Travel Comm. 1971

File 10- Vacation Guide Pamphlets from Arkansas Parks and Tourism

File 11- Department of Parks and Tourism Newsletter

File 12- Song promoting Arkansas, by Leonard Pratt, October 11, 1963

File 13- Arkansas Parks and Tourist Information Centers Operation manual, 1971-1972

File 14- Arkansas legislative Council, 1971-1972

File 15- Dept. of Parks and Tourism News Release, 1972

File 16- Guidance Analysis Ozark Express Route, January 1972, prepared for the Ozark Express Route Association

File 17- North-South Central Expressway Committee, Kansas City to News Orleans, 1972

File 18- Correspondence-Multi-State Transportation Route Advisory Board, January 26, 1973

File 19- The Great Arkansas Clean-Up

File 20- Legislative Roster, 72nd Arkansas General Assembly, 1979

File 21- Committee of 100, 1982 officers

File 22- Us News & World Report, Close-up of America, Article, "Ozarks: Where Life Can Be Hard But Beautiful"

End of Box 1

End of Series V

 

Series VI

Box 1

File 1 - Arkansas' Monument at Vicksburg national Military Park in Mississippi, newspaper Article, September 22, 1968

File 2 - Audubon Society

File 3 - Newspaper Clippings on Drugs

File 4 - "Trigger Marshal: The Story of Chris Madsen, Last Great Frontier Lawman" by Homer Croy, Grit Book Digest, May 22, 1960

File 5 - American Cancer Society Recording "To smoke or not to smoke," 1960

File 6 - Newspaper Clippings on Smoking

File 7 - Miscellaneous, 1960's-1970's

File 8 - Mt. View, AR May 1961, "Mountain Village 1890", "Bull Shoals Cavern"

File 9 - Guide to Metropolitan Little Rock, April 1965

File 10- The Greenville Advocate, Greenville Ill. February 23, 1970, "Cast Iron Casket about 100 years old"

File 11- 3rd Annual Body, Mind, Spirit Healing Workshop, ESP Research Associates, May 22-24, 1971

File 12- Famous People Autographs Collected by Paul E. Lanning, 1979-1980

File 13- Story from The Washington Post, March 29, 1981, about "Prairie Home Companion" A national Public Radio Show

File 14- San Francisco Examiner Editorial, January 1, 1984, "Doomsayers, get lost"

File 15- Emergency Handbook and Directory, Courtesy of Donelson Hospital, Nashville, TN 1985

File 16- Newspaper Clippings on Trespassing, 1985

File 17- Environment

File 18- Information on Indians

File 19- Instructions on how to play Balalaika, a Soviet Union Musical Instrument

File 20- Manuscript, "Kabloona" by Gontran DePoncins, Part II, "The Post"

File 21- Masonry Information

File 22- Texas Travel Handbook

File 23- Jimmy Driftwood's Notes and Interview with Elderly Lady from Tennessee

File 24- Untitled Poem by Eleanor K. Bridges

File 25- Miscellaneous Information by Jimmy Driftwood

File 26- Historical Material Saved by Jimmy Driftwood

File 27- Transcribed Civil War Diary of J.O. Shelby in Arkansas, May 31, 1864

File 28- War by James C. Morris

File 29- The Arkansas Peace Society of 1861: A Study in Mountain Unionism by Ted R. Worley

File 30- Brochures on Nuclear War-Peace Links-Women against Nuclear Weapon

End of Box 1

 

Series VI

Box 2

File 1- "Camp Heber Heights" Newspaper Scrapbook, published weekly by Co. 3782 C.C.C., Heber Springs, AR, 1937

File 2- The 1985 Civilian Conservation Corps Convention

End of Box 2

 

Series VI

Box 3

File 1- A Collection of Poems Supporting Sid McMath for Governor, August 4, 1948

File 2- Jimmy Driftwood for Governor, 1960

File 3- Newspaper Articles from John Opitz, 1960-1965

File 4- Political Material, 1960 to 1988

File 5- Two Parties for Arkansas, Rockefeller's Copy

File 6- Trip to Washington D.C. 1972

File 7- Alexandria, VA, "The Ozark Peddlers", features Arkansas Crafts

File 8- Jimmy Driftwood invited to Jimmy Carter's Inaugural, 1976

File 9- Stone County Alleged Election Irregularities, 1976

File 10- Diamonds and Denim-A showcase of Arkansas Talent, celebrating the Inauguration of Bill Clinton as the 40th elected governor of the State of Arkansas, January 8, 1979

File 11- Thank you Note from Governor Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, 1980

File 12- Stone County Citizen Newspaper, May 21, 1986 (This was an Election year, Note the political Advertisement for Gov. Bill Clinton and Former Governor Orval Faubus)

End of Box 3

 

Series VII

Box 1

File 1- Correspondence, 1950-1958

File 2- Correspondence, 1958

File 3- Correspondence, 1959

File 4- Correspondence from George & Rose Mary Fisher, 1960-1962

File 5- Personal Correspondence, 1960-1963

File 6- Personal Correspondence, 1964-1965

File 7- Personal Correspondence, 1965-1966

File 8- Personal Correspondence, 1966-1969

File 9- Sympathy Cards and Letters Concerning the October 9, 1967 deaths of Jimmy and Cleda Driftwood's Sons

File 10- Sympathy Cards Concerning the deaths of their sons

File 11- Correspondence, 1970

File 12- Correspondence, National Graphic Society, 1975

File 13- House Concurrent Resolution No. 315, January 1976, Commending Jimmy Driftwood for his dedicated service to the State of Arkansas as a member of the Arkansas Parks and Tourism Commission

File 14- Letters from Mrs. Annie Lee Parker's Class, February 25, 1977

File 15- Correspondence, 1980

File 16- Correspondence, February 1986, from Ms. McDonough's third grade class, North Little Rock

File 17- Correspondence, 1990's

File 18- Correspondence, March 16, 1994, From Ms. Caston's Class, Marshall, AR Elementary School

File 19- Personal Correspondence

File 20- Personal Correspondence

End of Box 1

 

Series VII

Box 2

File 1- Fan Mail from other countries, 1950's- 1960's

File 2- Battle Music Inc. Timbo, AR Contracts

File 3- Correspondence Blasco Music Inc. Kansas City, MO, 1953-1955

File 4- Correspondence with Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), 1959-1980

File 5- Correspondence with Midland Attractions, Kansas City, KS, 1952-1956

File 6- Miscellaneous Correspondence

File 7- October 6, 1960, A Goofy Letter

File 8- 1960's Letters from Want To Be Artist

File 9- Correspondence, 1960-1962

File 10- Correspondence, 1963-1964

File 11- Correspondence, January- June 1965

File 12- Correspondence, July- December 1965

File 13- Correspondence, 1966

File 14- Correspondence, 1967-1969

File 15- Correspondence, 1970-1972

File 16- Correspondence, 1973-1979

File 17- Correspondence with National Geographic Society, 1974-1975

File 18- Correspondence on the Multi-Ethnic TV Series 1975

File 19- Correspondence, March 16, 1994, From Ms. Caston's Class

File 20- Pryor-Mentz Attractions Correspondence, 1975, Music of the Ozarks Tour

File 21- Correspondence, 1977

File 22- Correspondence, 1980's

File 23- Correspondence, 1990's

File 24- Correspondence, Miscellaneous undated

End of Box 2

 

Series VII

Box 3

File 1- UCA President Jefferson D. Farris letter to Jimmy Driftwood concerning the establishment of an Institute called "The Center for the Study of Arkansas Culture" December 1, 1998

File 2- Folk Institute-First discussion draft, UCA, July 1981

File 3- Correspondence with UCA Music Dept 1982

File 4- Jimmy Driftwood Barn, Mt. View, AR Donated to UCA Foundation, April 1982

File 5- Distinguished Professor of Arkansas Folklore, UCA, November 12, 1982

File 6- Inventory of Jimmy Driftwood materials in Torreyson Library, March 1983

File 7- Jimmy Driftwood performs benefit for Lions Club at UCA, January 31, 1985

File 8- Trust Agreement Establishing the Jimmy & Cleda Driftwood Scholarship Fund - 3 copies, December 15, 1985

File 9- "The Driftwood Center" A Concept Paper, UCA, May 1, 1986

File 10- UCA alumni Presents Distinguished Alumni Award to Jimmy Driftwood, BSE 1949,  June 19, 1987

File 11- Annual Report, UCA Archives & Special Collections, Rotteyson Library, Fiscal Year 1987 & 1988

File 12- UCA Campus Contact, September 21, 1990, Jimmy Driftwood Article

End of Box 3

 

Series VIII

Box 1

File 1- Africa Alone: Odyssey of an American Traveler, Sandy McMath, 1983

File 2- Always a Reckoning, Jimmy Carter, 1995

File 3 – The American Heritage Picture of World War II by C.L. Sulzberger and the Editors of American Heritage – 1966

File 4 – 2 Books

#1.  Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Empire, 1767-1821, by Marcus James, copyright 1938

#2.  Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Empire, 1767-1821, by Robert V. Remini, copyright 1977

File 5 - 2 Books

#1.  Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Freedom, 1822-1832, Vol. 2, by Robert V. Remini, copyright 1981

#2.  Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Democracy, 1833-1845, Vol. 3, by Robert V. Remini, copyright 1984

End of Box 1 Series VIII

 

Series VIII

Box 2

File 1- Archery: the complete handbook for beginners and experts, Edmund Burke, 1961, 1963

File 2- Arkansas Statues 1947, Compiled under the supervision of the Arkansas State Revision Commission, 1948, 1956

File 3- Bill Clinton’s Public Policy for Arkansas: 1979-1980, Phyllis Finton Johnson, 1982, 1983

File 4- The Blanchard Springs Caverns Story, John Fleming, 1973

File 5 – Book – The British at the Gates:  The New Orleans Campaign in the War of 1812 by Robin Reilly, copyright 1974

File 6- The Care and Training of the Tennessee Walking Horse, Joe Webb, 1967

File 7- Cattle Husbandry, Lederle Laboratories Division, 1951

End of Box 2 Series VIII

 

Series VIII

Box 3

File 1 – Book – Chronicle of the 20th Century Conceived and published by Jacque LeGrand - 1991

File 2- The Civil War, Geoffrey C. Ward, 1990

File 3- Conservation in Arkansas, C. Armitage Harper and L.A. Henry, 1939

File 4 - Death in the Life of Children, Kaoru Yamamoto, 1978

File 5- Echinacea Exalted, Steven Foster, 1985

File 6- Evolution of Gun & Rifles, Hon. T.F. Fermantle, 1965

File 7- Folklore and Mythology Studies, Vol. 6, Spring 1965, University of California, Los Angeles, California

End of Box 3 Series VIII

 

Series VIII

Box 4

File 1- Hard Times-An Oral History of the Great Depression by Studs Terkel, Autographed and given to Jimmy Driftwood, May 6, 1970

File 2- A History of Russian Literature, D.S. Mirsky, 1958

File 3- How to keep Bees and Sell Honey, Walter T. Kelley, 1958

File 4- How to lose your fears and find your key to happiness, Harold Sherman, 1935, 1943, 1944 Autographed by Harold Sherman

File 5- I Remember, Joe Clark, 1969

File 6- The Izard County Historian, Helen C. Lindley, 1976

File 7- Jesse James and Bill Ryan at Nashville, Ted P. Yeatman, 1981

File 8- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1981

File 9- Joys and Tears of Yesteryears by Dorothy T. Lindley, Autographed by Authors’ daughter, 1972

File 10 – Book – Keeping Faith:  Memoirs of a President by Jimmy Carter, copyright 1982

File 11- Leaves of Gold, a gift from Robert Gentry, 1938

End of Box 4 Series VIII

 

Series VIII

Box 5

File 1- Living with Memories, Janette Carter, 1983

File 2 – The Louisiana Purchase:  From Wilderness to Empire by John Fleming – 1972 (autographed)

File 3- Lynchburg, Joe Clark, 1971

File 4- Maui Inc., from Suzanne Hills, 1996

File 5- Mountain Heritage: Some Glimpses into Boone County’s Past After One Hundred Years, Roger V. Logan Jr. 1969

File 6- Small book – 96 pages - The Museum of Applachia Story,by John Rice Irwin, 1987 – with 4 picture postcards

File 7- Muzzleloader Magazine’s The Book of Buckskinning V, given to Jimmy Driftwood by Editor William H. Scurlock, 1989

File 8- Natural Wonders of America, Editors of American Heritage, 1972, 1980

File 9- A Newcomer Discovers the Ozarks, Ellen Conlee, 1985

File 10- Old Guard Rest Home, George Fisher, 1984

File 11- On the Edge of Nowhere, A gift from James Huntington, 1966

File 12 - Our Youth Today…Our Future Tomorrow: Help Stamp Out Drug Abuse, Stone County Sheriff’s Department

File 13- The Ozarks- The American Wilderness, Time Life Books, 1970’s

File 14 - Ozarks County, Ernie Deane, 1975

File 15- Ozark Log Cabin Folks the way they were, by Paul Faris, 1983

End of Box 5 Series VIII

 

Series VIII

Box 6

File 1- Pancho Villa and the Columbus Raid, Larry A. Harris, 1949

File 2- Pen Points, poems by Donna Maddux Cooper, 1987, Autographed by Donna Maddux Cooper 5/16/88

File 3- A place to live: The yearbook of Agriculture, The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1963

File 4 – Booklet (20 Pages) – Historic Inn:  Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Mena, AR.

File 5- Robert Frost’s Poems, Louis Untermeyer, 1943-1946

File 6 – Book – Save Every Lamb by Jesse Stuart (Autographed by Jesse Stuart Aug. 21,1965 and given to James and Bing by their Mother.

File 7- Searcy County My Dear a history of Searcy Co., By Orville J. McInturff, 1963

File 8- A Simple Man (in a Complicated World), Autographed by Steve Duniphan, A collection of Song lyrics, poems, 1985

File 9- The Soil Soldiers: The Civilian Conservation Corps. In the Great Depression, by Leslie Alexander Lacy, 1976

File 10- Somewhere Apart: My Favorite Place in Arkansas, Arkansas Residents past and present, 1997

File 11- Touch the Earth, A self Portrait of Indian Existence, compiled by T.C. McLuhan, A birthday gift, June 20, 1974

File 12- War Eagle, A Very Special Place, Clay M. Anderson

File 13- Wild Foods Cookbook / Field Guide, Helen Witty, 1976

File 14– Book – The World at Arms:  The Readers Digest Illustrated History of World War II, copyright 1989

End of Box 6 Series VIII

 

Series IX

Box 1

File 1- Newspapers, 1957

File 2- Newspapers, 1958

File 3- Newspapers, 1959

File 4- Newspapers, 1960

File 5- Newspapers, 1961

File 6- Newspapers, 1962

File 7- Newspapers, January-July 1963

File 8- Newspapers, August-December 1963

File 9- Newspapers, January-March 1964

File 10- Newspapers, April 1964

File 11- Newspapers, May-September 1964

File 12- Newspapers, October-December 1964

File 13- Newspapers, 1965

File 14- Newspapers, 1966

File 15- Newspapers, 1967

File 16- Newspapers, 1968

File 17- Newspapers, 1969

File 18- Paul Flowers "Greenhouse" Columns, 1963-1969

End of Box 1

 

Series IX

Box 2

File 1- Newspapers, January-June 1970

File 2- Newspapers, July-December 1970

File 3- Newspapers, 1971

File 4- Newspapers, 1972

File 5- Newspapers, 1973

File 6- Newspapers, 1974

File 7- Newspapers, January-July 1975

File 8- Newspapers, August-December 1975

File 9- Newspapers, 1976

File 10- Newspapers, 1977

File 11- Newspapers, 1978

File 12- Newspapers, 1979

End of Box 2

 

Series IX

Box 3

File 1- Newspapers, January- November 1980

File 2- Newspapers Article "Then & Now Batesville Daily Guard 1981"

File 3- The Plain Dealer, Magazine December 1981

File 4- Newspapers, July-November 1982

File 5- Newspapers, January-December 1983

File 6- Newspapers, January- October 1984

File 7- Newspapers, January-November 1985

File 8- Newspapers, January-December 1986

File 9- Newspapers, January-December 1987

File 10- Newspapers, January-February 1988

File 11- Newspapers Article, River Country, March 1991

End of Box 3

End of Series IX

 

Series X

Box 1

Contains Oversized material

End of Box 1

End of Collection