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Los Angeles: Los Angeles Folk Music Society, 1961-62. Four issues of the staplebound digest-sized monthly, issues present being December 1961 and Jan., Feb. and April 1962. 15 to 23 pages per issue. Coverage of west coast appearances of musicians such as Joan Baez, Tommy Makem and the Clancey Brothers, Odetta...
Honolulu: Hawaiian Village Hotel, 1957. Single leaf of light cardstock printed and folded to make a 9.5x6 inch program, cover and text in three colors. Mildest edgewear and a couple of very faint creases, no markings, a very good copy. A baffling mix of classic orchestral and Broadway musical tunes...
Boone: North Carolina Folklore Society, 1980. Three volumes [112p], 6x9 inches, photos, illustrations, plans, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The Society usually published only twice a year, May and November, but occasionally put out a special issue, usually in December but sometimes in summer.
Boone: North Carolina Folklore Society, 1980. Two volumes [92p.], 6x9 inches, photos, illustrations, plans, music transcriptions, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. The Society usually published only twice a year, May and November, but occasionally put out a special issue, usually in December but sometimes in summer.
New York: Treasure Chest Publications, 1936. 48p., 6.5x9 inches, illustrated with small cartoons, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps with previous owner's name, Earl H. Regnier, [Professor of Rural Recreation (1935-72)] written or rubberstamped across the cover titling. Music and lyrics of songs.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1957. Hardcover. 64p., illustrated with drawings, sheet music and lyrics, previous owner's gift inscription otherwise a very good first edition stated in decorative color cloth and slightly edgeworn dj with small chip at top of sunned spine. African American writer/composer. *Rideout novelist.
[Santiago] Chile: Universidad de Chile, Instituto de Investigaciones Musicales, n.d., late 1950s. Pamphlet. 41p., has several b&w photoillustrations, diagrams and music notation, softbound pamphlet in 9x6 inch stapled decorated wraps; mild dust-soil and irregular toning, one corner-tip slightly bent, a good copy. Coleccion de Ensayos no. 12.
Los Angeles: The John Edwards Memorial Foundation, Inc. at the Folklore & Mythology Center, UCLA, 1978. x, 76p., 7x9 inches, introduction, author's preface, discography, chronolgy, complete listing of releases, index, illustrations, very good in pictorial wraps. JEMF Special Series, No. II.
[Pasadena?]: Citizens Committee of California, . Four large, 11x17 inch sheets stapled in the upper left hand corner, sheets printed on one side only, creased horizontally. First sheet has text attacking Seeger and sugesting that the Civic Auditorium shouldn't have been rented to him, the next three pages reproduced articles...