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FOLK COLLECTION 4

The Austin and Alta Fife Fieldwork Collection

No. 1: The Fife Mormon Collection

Series I: Oral Sources (Vols. 1-9)


Register

Informant, Place, Date Item Description (Collector) Transcript Number Media Location
Lewis, 1939 Missionary miraculously supplied with bread from his own mother’s oven, believed to be Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 1
Fonnesbeck, 1939 Woman massacred at Mountain Meadows returns to visit a child. House believed to be haunted. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 2
Stevens, 1939 Devil, smoking a pipe, appears at the site of Mountain Meadows Massacre. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 3
McHugh, 1939 Stranger appears in answer to prayer; directs man to water, Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 4
Hatch, 1939 Stranger given food; blesses family and disappears miraculously, Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 5
Woolley, 1939 Talking in tongues episode. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 6
Woolley, 1939 Grandfather visited by stranger who questions him about his desire to remain on earth longer, then disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 7
King, 1939 Enormous footprints at Orderville believed made by Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 8
King, 1939 One of the Three Nephites appears on a road between Panguitch and Kanab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 9
King, 1939 Grandmother believed she would be translated to heaven. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 10
Woolley, 1939 Joseph Smith and the Christ return to give counsel to John Taylor. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 11
King, 1939 Mormons believe an Indian is turning white because he is a member of the Church, actually a skin disease. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 12
Johnson, 1939 One of Three Nephites visits John Allred at temple block in Salt Lake City. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 13
Johnson, 1939 One of the Three Nephites visits Mrs. Jerome Spencer; leaves no tracks in snow. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 14
McHugh, 1939 Nephite heals a child, disappears, no footprints in snow. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 15
Johnson, 1939 Grain sacks of miller miraculously filled; attributed to Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 16
Petterson, 1939 Stranger mysteriously delivers sack of flour to family in need. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 17
Anderson, 1939 Missionary miraculously supplied with bread from mother’s oven. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 18
Johnson, 1939 Missionary loses hat, miraculously returned to him. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 19
Wood, 1939 Nephite visits the narrator. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 20
Shelley, 1939 Nephite preaches the Restored Gospel in the Southern States. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 21
Myers, 1939 Nephite cures sick child, talks about “ancient” things, and the Spanish-American War. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 22
Owen, 1939 Two strangers appear, ask for food, give blessing to woman, disappear. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 23
Owen, 1939 Nephite visits, ask for food, give blessing to the woman, disappear. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 24
Johnson, 1939 Mysterious old lady appears to lost children; leads them back to camp. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 25
Gifford, 1939 Nephite tells lady to break bread, not cut it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 26
Gifford, 1939 Nephites make several visits to family of narrator. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 27
Gifford, 1939 Nephite taught school with particular success. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 28
Palmer, 1939 Indian belief that God’s footprint can be seen in a rock. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 29
Jarvis, 1939 Ithimer Spraque’s practical joke which is interpreted as the Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 30
Brooks, 1939 Woman believes she is cursed with Bermuda grass in her yard, for turning away a tramp. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 31
Palmer, 1939 Nephite guides train of settlers to San Juan; mysteriously disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 32
Brooks, 1939 Stranger tells mid-wife remedy for epidemic illness. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 33
Worthen, 1939 Nephite gives blessing in exchange for food; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 34
Jarvis, 1939 Missionary miraculously supplied with bread from wife’s oven, wrapped in her towel. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 35
Jarvis, 1939 Nephite begs ride in wagon, gives special advice, disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 36
Worthen, 1939 John the Revelator said to have written quotations in Bible in West Virginia. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 37
Worthen, 1939 Stranger preaches Restored Gospel in Southern States, in preparation for arrival of Mormon missionaries. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 38
Worthen, 1939 Story of Jim Rencher’s encounter with Nephite. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 39
Brooks, 1939 Another account of Jim Rencher’s visit with a Nephite. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 40
Flanigan, 1939 Stranger given ride; convinced he was a Nephite. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 41
Worthen, 1939 Stranger asks for food; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 42
McHugh, 1939 Stranger brings English newspaper which has Ballad family genealogy in it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 43
McAllister, 1939 Temple healing effected after stranger brings money in answer to dream. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 44
McAllister, 1939 Signers of Declaration of Independence visit St. George Temple. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 45
Seegmiller, 1939 Story of how the Lord provided a man to help Maude May Babcock do her temple work. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 46
Seegmiller, 1939 Duplicate of Number 46 Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 47
Seegmiller, 1939 The wandering Jew visits two brothers in the Muddy Valley; disappears after identifying himself. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 48
McAllister, 1939 Strange man tells woman what to do for an epidemic illness in Mexico; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 49
McAllister, 1939 Story of Discovery of Silver Reef Mine through practical joke of assayer involving a grindstone. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 50
Hall, 1939 All Three Nephites, on donkeys, seen on Arizona strip; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 51
Hall, 1939 Story of Jim Rencher’s visit with a Nephite; also a visit Mrs. Chadburn had with a Nephite; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 52
Hall, 1939 Stranger begs ride, converses, disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 53
Hall, 1939 Ithimer Spraque’s practical joke interpreted as impersonating a Nephite. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 54
Nielson, 1939 Ithimer Spraque’s big tracks story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 55
Hall, 1939 Missionaries feel the power of the devil trying to overcome them. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 56
Hall, 1939 Missionary, providentially set apart with power to heal, cures sick child. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 57
Jarvis, 1939 Story of last instance of Indian bucks fighting for a squaw in Southern Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 58
Brooks, 1939 One of Cannon family struck dumb for his blasphemy; cured by re-baptism. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 59
Brooks, 1939 Nephite begs ride from Anthony W. Ivins; prophesies, disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 60
Jarvis, 1939 Use of a spiritualistic medium in locating mines; story of the discovery of Silver Reef Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 61
Palmer, 1939 Grandparents of narrator converted to Mormonism; illegitimate child appears in dream, asks that temple work be done for her. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 62
West, 1939 Stranger on white stallion brings message of missionary’s death; thought to be a Nephite. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 63
Paulson, 1942 Stranger gives testimony at meeting in Central Utah; seconds later is speaking at a meeting in North Ogden. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 64
Bush, 1942 Belief that Utah seagulls are whiter than those of rest of world. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 65
Bower, 1942 Nephite appears to grandmother as promised in patriarchal blessing; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 66
Fife, 1942 Devil appears to narrators grandmother. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 67
Hanchett, 1942 Digging for deposits of precious metal made near Tijuana, Mexico (on the U.S. side), at sites indicated by Mormon “prophetess.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 68
Whitby, 1994 Polygamist wives fails to “share and share alike” in matter of tea. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 69
Whitby, 1994 Garments protect Mormons, slain by Indians, from being scalped. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 70
Taylor, 1944 Porter Rockwell given promise of protection if he never cuts his hair; episode of protection from plotting his death. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 71
Taylor, 1944 Brigham Young strikes house made of rock with cane, and promises it will stand forever. Many rock houses built thereafter. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 72
Knight, 1945 Remembers story of eel-shaped monster in Bear Lake. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 73
Stevens, 1945 Prophecy that stingy farmer will die “like a dog” is fulfilled. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 74
Stevens, 1945 Stories of the outlaw, Lopez. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 75
Stevens, 1945 Argyle family finds wagon cover; “bishops” it (i.e., appropriates it), and makes clothing from it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 76
Stevens, 1945 Polygamist father fails to recognize his own son. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 77
Stevens, 1945 Lost cow found through dream; events foretold by dreams. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 78
Stevens, 1945 Jesse Knight refused credit for food on night before he struck it rich at Eureka. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 79
Gull, 1945 Jesse Knight promises the Lord if He will give him wealth he will use it for the good of the Church and poor people. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 80
Gull, 1945 Indian member of Church develops white spots on skin. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 81
Argyle, 1945 Argyles find wagon cover; wife makes it into clothing in spite of husband’s desire to take it to the Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 82
Stevens, 1945 Stranger appears, asks for food, disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 83
Eldredge, 1945 Jesse Knight dreamed of site of Colorado Central Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 84
Eggett, 1945 “Still small voice” compels woodman to take different road; saves man’s life. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 85
Eggett, 1945 Polygamist father fails to identify own son, and son does not know father. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 86
Wettstein, 1945 Child with crippled leg healed by Apostle Ballard. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 87
Wettstein, 1945 Child with appendicitis healed by fasting, prayer, laying on of hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 88
Wettstein, 1945 Woman sick from miscarriage healed by family prayer circle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 89
Stevens, 1945 Remarks by a member of the Smith family on how property in Salt Lake was originally divided. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 90
Eggett, 1945 Flour obtained in response to child’s faith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 91
Eggett, 1945 Child prays for three nights for red-top boots for Christmas; is given three pair. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 92
Jones, 1945 Old man thought to be a Nephite asks for food, disappears, reappears same moment in town twelve miles away. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 93
Pack, 1945 How widow earned living for three children. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 94
Pack, 1945 Johnston’s Army deceived by Mormon band that rides around fire in circle: Lot Smith story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 95
Pack, 1945 Man struck dead by lightning; revived by anointing with oil. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 96
Fisher, 1945 Patriarch tells lady with kidney stones her cure depends on church work, she becomes a teacher and is cured miraculously. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 97
Fisher, 1945 Lady who cannot speak above a whisper is healed in answer to grandmother’s prayers. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 98
Fisher, 1945 Shadow follows man home, tells him he is to go build House of God. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 99
Willey, 1945 Various reminiscences on Johnston’s Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 100
Nielsen, 1945 Notes on Bill Hickman. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 101
Nielsen, 1945 Notes on Porter Rockwell. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 102
King, 1945 Child sees man for whom he is being vicariously baptized. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 103
Nielsen, 1945 Story of Bill Richey’s rock-throwing ability. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 104
Nielsen, 1945 How Sanpete got its name. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 105
Nielsen, 1945 Account of the snakes at the Manti temple site. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 106
Nielsen, 1945 Child feeds rattlesnake from same spoon he uses and becomes ill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 107
King, 1945 Nephite appears to convert in Newark, N.J., answers questions about gospel; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 108
King, 1945 Two strangers, thought to be Nephites, arrive in answer to her prayer for help and administer to a sick child who is instantly healed. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 109
Christianson, 1945 Two cases of healing by Elders while crossing the plains. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 110
Christianson, 1945 Strange woman appears, delivers child to polygamist wife; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 111
Christianson, 1945 Child feeds rattlesnake from same spoon he uses, and becomes ill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 112
Christianson, 1945 White colony sent to Sanpete in answer to dream of Chief Walker’s; Manti snake story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 113
Christianson, 1945 Ship on which Mormons sail is saved, while 147 other vessels are sunk in storms. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 114
Christianson, 1945 Boy, shot by Indians, healed by anointing with oil and laying on of hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 115
Reed, 1945 Chief Walker’s attempt to get a white bride, who prefers a polygamous marriage. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 116
Reed, 1945 Debate of Walker and Soweat over whether or not they should attack the Mormon settlers in Sanpete. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 117
Reed, 1945 Boy finds his way home in snow storm, while two men who refuse to go with him are lost. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 118
Tatton, 1945 Chief Walker’s attempt to marry a white girl. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 119
Anderson, 1945 Chief Walker’s attempt to marry a white girl. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 120
King, 1945 Man protected from Indians in answer to prayer and by still small voice. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 121
Tatton, 1945 Manti snake story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 122
Lee, 1945 Belief that Heber J. Grant was to be last President of the Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 123
Roberts, 1945 Seagulls and crickets story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 124
Roberts, 1945 Polygamy reminiscences, and life in early Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 125
Roberts, 1945 Recollections of price of labor in early days; hiding wheat from people, and inflation of price of it when Johnston’s Army came. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 126
Roberts, 1945 Polygamy reminiscences. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 127
Roberts, 1945 Life in the polygamous household of John Pack. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 128
Arbuckle, 1945 Soldier of World War II protected from shrapnel by garments. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 129
Butler, 1945 Hardships of early days in Utah; the sego lily. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 130
Butler, 1945 Brigham Young’s visit to Manti when the temple site there was dedicated. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 131
Butler, 1945 Pregnant woman buried in potato cellar to hide from Indians in Manti. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 132
Lee, 1945 Prostitute ascribes her long-retained beauty to observance of Word of Wisdom. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 133
Butler, 1945 Reminiscences of hardships of early days in Manti. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 134
Stevens, 1945 Ab Jenkins credited his endurance to observance of the Word of Wisdom. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 135
Stevens, 1945 Child of German converts healed by laying-on- of-hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 136
Stevens, 1945 Child’s clothes removed, and hat shot off by Indians. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 137
Brown, 1945 Deceit of Johnston’s Army by Mormons marching around fire. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 138
Fife, 1945 Devil appears to his grandmother. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 139
Hand, 1945 Man, who in jest, anoints a fence post is struck by lightning. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 140
Driggs, 1945 Sixteen proverbs collected in Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 141
Telford, 1946 Lost missionary brought back to his branch by two Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 142
Anonymous, 1946 Family has hired man sleep with daughter, with a sack of flour between them. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 143
Lee, 1946 Mountain Meadows: legend that harness fell off John Lee’s horse Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 144
Fife, 1946 “Uncle Lew” mistaken for a Nephite. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 145
Anonymous, 1946 Polygamist’s reply about his wives. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 146
Anonymous, 1946 Difficulties of placing the monument to Joseph Smith in Vermont. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 147
Caton, 1946 Local stories of erection of Joseph Smith monument, and attitudes toward Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 148
Fife, 1946 Notes on visit to Royalton, Sharon, and the Smith obelisk (Vermont). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 149
Jennings, 1946 Walking on water yarn, and other reminiscences of Joseph Smith at Afton, New York. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 1, no. 150
Lyon, 1946 Walking on water yarn and other reminiscences of Joseph Smith at Bainbridge, New York. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 151
Guy, 1946 Speculation of place of marriage of Joseph Smith and Emma Hale. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 152
Guy, 1946 Reminiscences of Joseph Smith walking-on-water story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 153
Guy, 1946 Excavations near Afton: Mormon, or buried treasure? Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 154
Holleran, 1946 Joseph Smith walking on water episode. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 155
Holleran, 1946 Identification of place where Joseph Smith dug for plates. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 156
Baker, 1946 Joseph Smith translated ancient manuscript for modern Jews. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 157
Baker, 1946 Epitaph of Isaac Hale plagiarized from writings of Benjamin Franklin. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 158
Baker, 1946 Inscriptions carved on wooden walls of home of Joseph Smith in Susquehanna, Penn. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 159
Baker, 1946 According to local legend, Joseph Smith really searching for “black gold.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 160
Baker, 1946 Tremendous storm, which conceals his burial place, follows martyrdom of Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 161
Baker, 1946 Notes on the Joseph Smith walking on water story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 162
Smith, 1946 Identifies Bible Hill where supposedly the “Mormon Bible” was dug up. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 163
Smith, 1946 Identifies Ninevah, N.Y., as place where Joseph Smith walking on water episode occurred. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 164
Fife, 1946 Notes on Joseph Smith’s diggings, and walking on water episode, from 1936 newspaper. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 165
Fife, 1946 Catalogue of Salt Lake book sale, published about 1899. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 166
Fife, 1946 Miscellaneous notes on folklore about the Mormons in Susquehanna Valley, N.Y. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 167
Fife, 1946 Practical joke on boys in Idaho in about 1915, 1920. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 168
Cryder, 1946 Notes on Martin Harris and his home in Palmyra, N.Y., and on the loss of 116 pages of the Book of Mormon manuscript. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 169
Webb, 1946 A Mormon sailor’s trip to Kirtland, Ohio, to see the temple there. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 170
Fife, 1946 In, Logan, Utah, snakes killed and turned on back to make it rain. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 171
Scofield, 1946 A non-Mormon tells the legend of the Crickets and Seagulls. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 172
McRae, 1946 Emma Smith practiced polyandry. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 173
Duffey, 1946 Reminiscences about the events of Joseph Smith’s martyrdom by a resident of Carthage, Ill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 174
Duffey, 1946 Stories of anti-Mormon activities around Carthage, Ill., in 1845. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 175
Duffey, 1946 A non-Mormon appropriated Mormon cattle during their flight from Nauvoo. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 176
Strange, 1946 Two murders in Iowa blamed on Hodge Brothers, but there are affidavits that it was done by Mormons. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 177
Strange, 1946 Mormon aggressions against Gentiles in Iowa. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 178
Strange, 1946 Story of disposition of corpses of Joseph and Hyrum Smith by Emma Smith and a Negro servant. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 179
Strange, 1946 Notes on the event of martyrdom of Joseph Smith, including story of lightning striking hand of son of Governor Boggs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 180
Strange, 1946 Explosion in store in Nauvoo destroyed Browning home. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 181
Strange, 1946 The Joseph Smith walking on water story, localized in Nauvoo. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 182
Strange, 1946 Account of polygamy being practiced in Nauvoo. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 183
Strange, 1946 Miscellaneous notes on secret passage in Mansion House in Nauvoo; the manuscript of the Book of Mormon; liquor sold by Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 184
Strange, 1946 Notes on the Nauvoo temple. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 185
Strange, 1946 Rumor of Emma Smith living in polyandry with Major Bidamon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 186
Strange, 1946 Girl has fit; people think she’s talking in tongues. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 187
Strange, 1946 Notes on Nauvoo, both in Mormon times and at present. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 188
Strange, 1946 Lucy Mack Smith: her influence on Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 189
Strange, 1946 Notes on Brigham Young: polygamy; leadership of Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 190
Strange, 1946 Mormon is preaching; roof opens up and God sends him a message. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 191
Strange, 1946 Parley P. Pratt took another man’s wife to Missouri; subsequently killed him. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 192
Strange, 1946 The burning of the Nauvoo temple, and its ultimate destruction by cyclone. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 193
Cramer, 1946 Mormon-Gentile relationship around Warsaw, Ill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 194
Worthen, 1946 On Mormon-Gentile relationships in Ill. At the founding of Nauvoo; notes on the character of present-day Mormons. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 195
Williams, 1946 John D. Lee first adopted son of Brigham Young. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 196
Williams, 1946 Account of Kinderhook plates. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 197
Williams, 1946 Miscellaneous comments on the Mormons, including Mormon “chimneys.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 198
Williams, 1946 Sun-face from Nauvoo temple used by children for cracking nuts. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 199
Booth, 1946 Newspaper article on “Legends of Hahn’s Mill” and other Mormon topics. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 200
Booth, 1946 The founding of Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 201
Booth, 1946 The Mormons at Adam-ondi-Ahman, Missouri. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 202
Booth, 1946 Account of Hahn’s Mill massacre. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 203
Booth, 1946 The Mormon-Gentile conflict in Missouri: people converted in order to avoid trouble. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 204
Booth, 1946 Prophecy of Mormons, that they would return in a year, fulfilled. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 205
Booth, 1946 Cornerstone of Far West temple supposed to have fallen from heaven. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 206
Booth, 1946 Notes on change of attitude toward Mormons by the people of Missouri. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 207
Booth, 1946 Brigham Young’s excellence in spelling and dancing. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 208
Booth, 1946 Tombstones from graveyard at Far West used by Gentiles for foundations of barns. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 209
Booth, 1946 The headless horsemen of Hahn’s Mill who ride on October 30. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 210
Booth, 1946 Corn grows better and produces perfect ears at site of Hahn’s Mill well. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 211
Booth, 1946 Headless horseman of Hahn’s Mill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 212
Booth, 1946 Ghost horses of Hahn’s Mill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 213
Booth, 1946 Bits of iron and nails found at Hahn’s Mill identify spot of blacksmith shop. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 214
Gallatin, 1946 Pointed stumps said to be from trees cut by Mormons. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 215
Fife, 1946 Notes on visit with Booth. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 216
Fife, 1946 Notes on interviews at Warsaw and Carthage, Ill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 217
Fife, 1946 Notes on visit to Nauvoo, Ill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 218
Fife, 1946 Notes on visits to Adam-ondi-Ahman. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 219
Rowe, 1946 Joseph Smith “appeared” to L.D.S. member in Sacred Grove, Palmyra; child raised from death by laying-on-of-hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 220
Fife, 1946 Meaning of the name “Adam-ondi-Ahman.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 221
Fife, 1946 Other names for Cumorah: “Bible Hill,” “Golden Bible Hill.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 222
Baker, 1946 Heavenly being, in answer to prayer, tells Joseph Smith III not to join with Utah branch of the Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 223
Fife, 1946 Rhymes and superstitions about stepping on a crack. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 224
Stevens, 1946 Crops in France grow more abundantly on sites of battlefields. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 225
Fife, 1946 “Stamping” yellow freight cars and white horses for good luck. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 226
Fife, 1946 Notes on file of Utah Humanities Research Foundation. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 227
Fife, 1946 Current stories about Fawn Brodie, including the fact that her husband is a Jew, and the rumor that she is really an adopted child. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 228
Cardon, 1946 Three Nephites story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 229
Cardon, 1946 Deceased father appears in temple to Apostle Merrill as vicarious work is being done, and gives him a blessing. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 230
Cardon, 1946 Reminiscences of early days in Cache Valley, including furnishing the Logan temple. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 231
Cardon, 1946 Healing by laying-on-of-hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 232
Cardon, 1946 Eliza R. Snow and Zina D. Young talk in tongues, but there was no interpretation. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 233
Cardon, 1946 Pioneer medicine; advice to posterity. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 234
Cardon, 1946 Three Nephite story; disappearance. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 235
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Three Nephite story localized in Pine Valley. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 236
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Garments never entirely removed, even when bathing. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 237
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Belief that it would be impossible to contract an infection from temple fount waters. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 238
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Gold ring and paisley shawl given as tithing; bishop’s plural wives appear in church following Sunday wearing them. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 239
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Vision of square of light gives testimony to girl of fifteen. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 240
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Supernatural people dwell at Zion’s Canyon; rescue by Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 241
Fonnesbeck, 1946 Three Nephite story: lost travelers directed to road. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 242
Ricks, 1946 Lot Smith averted trouble with the Navajos by giving gift of copper pots. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 243
Ricks, 1946 Lot Smith rides horse over carpet newly made to please him by plural wife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 244
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 245
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 246
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 247
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 248
Jensen, 1946 A.W. Ivins on why Joseph Smith got the revelation on polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 249
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 250
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 251
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 252
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 253
Jensen, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 254
Villet, 1946 Father takes a second wife; mother cured of her jealousy by talking in tongues. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 255
Villet, 1946 Taboos on working, planting, starting new jobs on Friday. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 256
Villet, 1946 Taboos about menstruation. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 257
Villet, 1946 Story of “peep-stone lady” of Logan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 258
Villet, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 259
Villet, 1946 Missionaries find sack of sandwiches in answer to prayer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 260
Villet, 1946 Merrill dream mine in High Creek. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 261
Nash, 1946 Talking in tongues. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 262
Nash, 1946 Stone foundation resembling squaw and papoose at Little Mountain. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 263
Nash, 1946 President Smith promises boys of World War II that if any are killed, “death will be sweet to you.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 264
Nash, 1946 Advice on farm tasks to be performed according to phase of moon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 265
Nash, 1946 Garments never entirely removed, even when bathing. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 266
Nash, 1946 Three Nephite story; disappearance. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 267
Nash, 1946 Three Nephite story; disappearance. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 268
Nielson, 1946 Description of talking in tongues as heard in Logan; mother of illegitimate child forced to confess her sin in testimony meeting. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 269
Golding, 1946 Indian-white relations. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 270
Golding, 1946 Reference to receipt of genealogies for temple work. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 271
Golding, 1946 Indian-white relations. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 272
Golding, 1946 Dream of deputies coming saves bishop from being arrested for polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 273
Golding, 1946 Three Nephite story; disappearance. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 274
Golding, 1946 Lorenzo R. Snow dedicates Mantua valley for use of settlers. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 275
Golding, 1946 Divine Providence assists boy sent back to Fort Bridger to recover lost ox. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 276
Jepson, 1946 Three Nephite story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 277
Harris, 1946 Reminiscences of early days in Ogden and Logan, particularly about music. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 278
Hess, 1946 Notes on Logan “peep-stone lady.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 279
Hart, 1946 Talking in tongues in Logan; peep-stones. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 280
Hart, 1946 Man comes to kill Mormons; joins their church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 281
Hart, 1946 Bear Lake Monster. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 282
Hart, 1946 Son of polygamist says schoolyard reminds him of home. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 283
Hart, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 284
Hart, 1946 Sick ox anointed with oil; informant regards it as blasphemy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 285
Hawkes, 1946 Weather forecast by shape of spleen of pig. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 286
Hawkes, 1946 Account of Elias Kimball preaching to missionaries in 1850's. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 287
Hawkes, 1946 Elder Robert Fife can’t make converts as missionary, so goes home “to make some Mormons.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 288
Butterworth, 1946 Indian-white relation: Indian tries to run over woman, is shot by Mormons. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 289
Wright, 1946 Dream in Maple Creek. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 290
Wright, 1946 Potatoes planted only in the dark of the moon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 291
Wright, 1946 Current water-witching in Franklin, Idaho. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 292
Lowe, 1946 Elder’s hand on table immobilizes Ouija board. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 293
Lowe, 1946 Informant’s grandmother a plural wife of Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 294
Lowe, 1946 Eliza R. Snow arranges for Primary children to touch Joseph Smith’s watch. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 295
Lowe, 1946 Water-witching: early and current. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 296
Lowe, 1946 Planting by phases of moon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 297
Lowe, 1946 Fasting and prayer for rain: successful. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 298
Lowe, 1946 Divine Providence saves Ogden, as city is to be blown up by Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 299
Lowe, 1946 Reminiscences of J. Golden Kimball. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 2, no. 300
Lowe, 1946 Stranger gives genealogical data to girl of Ballard family, Logan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 301
Lowe, 1946 Still small voice leads missionaries to stranger (Nephite) who has converted one hundred fifty people for them to baptize. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 302
Lowe, 1946 Three Nephites story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 303
Lowe, 1946 Stranger carries missionaries across river; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 304
Lowe, 1946 Reminiscences of Lot Smith, including incidents with Johnston’s Army; discouraging incident in researching genealogy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 305
Lowe, 1946 Reminiscences of Johnston’s Army and verse song about it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 306
Lowe, 1946 Woman whipped while crossing plains: cuts up whip, cooks it into a stew and serves it to husband for supper. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 307
Lowe, 1946 Cut-off from church for marrying non-Mormon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 308
Lowe, 1946 Fasting and Praying arrests a grasshopper plague. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 309
Peterson, 1946 Egypt, on Worm Creek (near Preston), named for richness of harvests there. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 310
Peterson, 1946 Prophecy of water to come, fulfilled. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 311
Peterson, 1946 Rustling annoys operation of Church ranch at Little Mountain. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 312
Peterson, 1946 Naming of, and early organization of Preston, Idaho. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 313
Peterson, 1946 Three J. Golden Kimball anecdotes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 314
Peterson, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 315
Peterson, 1946 How the music group raised money to build the Academy in Preston. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 316
Peterson, 1946 Three Nephite story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 317
Wright, 1946 Peep-stone lady tells where to find lost horses. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 318
Lowe, 1946 Description of talking in tongues. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 319
Hawkes, 1946 Reminiscences of apostasy and dis-fellowshipping in Franklin in the early days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 320
Hawkes, 1946 A grand-daughter’s vague recollections of “The Peep-Stone Brides.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 321
Hawkes, 1946 Humorous instance of complexity of polygamous family relations. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 322
Hawkes, 1946 Reminiscences of the Battle of Bear River. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 323
Hawkes, 1946 Indian turns white in spots. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 324
Hawkes, 1946 Indian-Mormon relations in Franklin; some Indians became Mormons. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 325
Hawkes, 1946 Early settlers of Franklin; woman there thought to be a witch. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 326
Hawkes, 1946 Account of polygamists in prison: activities there. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 327
Geddes, 1946 Blacksmith’s fearlessness intimidates Indians. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 328
Hart, 1946 The Peep-stone Brides: polygamy story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 329
Fife, 1946 Pornographic yarn about the disemboweled bull and the Mormon bishop, or Brigham Young. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 330
Fife, 1946 Morrisites ask God where Lot Smith is: He doesn’t know either. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 331
Fife, 1946 Bear Lake Monster. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 332
Hendricks, 1946 Account of girl forced into polygamous marriage by her father. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 333
Lee, 1946 Account of life of Dr. Ellis Shipp: taken into Brigham Young home, later he proposes making her a polygamous wife; she declines. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 334
Lee, 1946 Couple in eighties discouraged from getting married: “Heir-minded but not heir-conditioned.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 335
Lee, 1946 Danish yarn about “making water.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 336
Hendricks, 1946 Apostle Merrill and President Roskelly avoid deputies: polygamy story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 337
Hendricks, 1946 Spirit of God in temple protects polygamists from detection. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 338
Stevens, 1946 Dialect yarn: Andrew Jensen and polygamist wives. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 339
Johnson, 1939 Three Nephite story in locale of Zion’s Canyon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 340
Curtis, 1946 Timely arrival of needed rock mason leads to his conversion to Mormon Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 341
Curtis, 1946 Wife found in Mexico in fulfillment of his father’s prophecy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 342
Curtis, 1946 Three Nephite story: first hand account. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 343
Curtis, 1946 Water-witching. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 344
Curtis, 1946 Indians brutal in trying to force whites to give them liquor. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 345
Curtis, 1946 Nephi Martineau brought first angleworms to Cache Valley. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 346
Curtis, 1946 Reminiscences of relationship of the rich and the poor in Cache Valley in early days; girl forced to sin in Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 347
Curtis, 1946 Smallpox panic in Logan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 348
Curtis, 1946 Water-witching in Cache Valley in early days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 349
Curtis, 1946 Folk remedies in early days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 350
Curtis, 1946 Peep-stone, ouija board, cards used to find lost animals and select profession. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 351
Curtis, 1946 Well-to-do polygamist man asks humble men to dance with his wives so he can court young girls. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 352
Curtis, 1946 Father excommunicated for buying supplies at non-Mormon store. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 353
Curtis, 1946 Mistreatment of squaws by Indian men. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 354
Curtis, 1946 White boy stolen by Indians: recovered. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 355
Curtis, 1946 White woman helps squaw escape from Indian buck. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 356
Thorpe, 1946 Chicken feathers gleaned daily in early days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 357
Thorpe, 1946 Community kettle, Providence; process of making hominy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 358
Thorpe, 1946 John Fife joined Mormon Battalion; never returned. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 359
Worley, 1946 Deceit used against Johnston’s Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 360
Everton, 1946 Amusing episode concerning Mormon girl who finds relatives everywhere she goes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 361
Everton, 1946 Double-talk used to warn polygamists of raids of deputies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 362
Nyman, 1946 Miscellaneous recollections of early days: economy and polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 363
Peterson, 1946 Recollections of polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 364
Peterson, 1946 Remembered water-witching. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 365
Peterson, 1946 Recollections of early days in Cache Valley; Indian-Mormon relations. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 366
Baugh, 1946 Amusing polygamous courtship. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 367
Baugh, 1946 Counting-out rhyme. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 368
Baugh, 1946 Deceiving Johnston’s Army; ground shook while Mormon men conferring with men of Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 369
Baugh, 1946 Logan named after one of Brother Reese’s oxen. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 370
Baugh, 1946 Chorus of unidentified song about railroad coming to Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 371
Hendricks, 1946 Polygamous father does not recognize his own child. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 372
Hendricks, 1946 Polygamist family hiding from deputies in hole under room, kept there by townsmen for four days, as a prank. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 373
Hendricks, 1946 Bear Lake boys use trumpets to warn polygamists if strangers (deputies) descend from train. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 374
Whitby, 1946 Excellent yarn on auctioning cattle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 375
Whitby, 1946 Water-witching at Alpine, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 376
Whitby, 1946 Convert can’t give up coffee; goes to buy “spice mill,” store has none but will coffee mill do. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 377
Whitby, 1946 Remembers her father, who was from Georgia, telling “Pillar of Prophecy” story. See FMC III 32. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 378
Whitby, 1946 Recalls confession of pre-marital sex relations by young couplein church in Alpine, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 379
Harris, 1946 Story of chest used to hide Book of Mormons when Mormons were driven from Missouri. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 380
Hamilton, 1946 Recollections of Indian sold to whites and reared in their family; haunted house in Central Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 381
Fife, 1946 Two variants of counting-out rhyme. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 382
Fife, 1946 Fife response to query of American Folklore Society regarding research in Mormon folklore. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 383
Fife, 1946 Brigham Young does not recognize own child. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 384
Fife, 1946 Description of Joel E. Ricks’ collection of student themes on Mormon history, and of the diaries in his possession. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 385
Stevens, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 386
Rollin, 1946 Polygamist “can get on any streetcar in Salt Lake and go home.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 387
Taylor, 1946 Polygamist eludes deputies as promised by Brigham Young; receives underwear and stockings miraculously. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 388
Taylor, 1946 Two causes of laying-on-of-hands for cancer: one healed miraculously; the other converted to the church, then dies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 389
Taylor, 1946 Proof of belief in prayer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 390
Taylor, 1946 Stranger brings promise sick child won’t die; helps build house; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 391
Taylor, 1946 Three Nephite story: brings flour to needy family. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 392
Taylor, 1946 Hay for stock miraculously does not diminish in supply. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 393
Taylor, 1946 Three Nephite story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 394
Tanner, 1946 Belief that children of polygamist families have superior physiques and intellects. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 395
Tanner, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 396
Tanner, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 397
Tanner, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 398
Tanner, 1946 Method used by missionaries to get enough money to pay their transportation from San Francisco to the islands of the Pacific, in 1852. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 399
Tanner, 1946 Detailed account of Lot Smith deceiving Johnston’s Army about number of men he had with him. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 400
Tanner, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 401
Tanner, 1946 J. Golden Kimball’s funeral. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 402
Tanner, 1946 Brigham Young allows Mormons to haul ore from Emma Mine so Church will collect tithing on their wages. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 403
Johnson, 1946 Joel H. Johnson wrote the hymn “High on a Mountain Top,” in 1862, on his way home from a mission, and on the day he proposed. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 404
Johnson, 1946 Indians becoming whiter: Navajos have become fifty percent whiter in fifty years. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 405
Johnson, 1946 Gold sought with forked stick, as with water- witching. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 406
Scoville, 1946 Man made “herb medicines” his business in early- day Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 407
Scoville, 1946 Soup made from cow-hides in 1850's. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 408
Barnes, 1946 Reminiscences of Johnston’s Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 409
Barnes, 1946 Notes on Brigham Young’s aversion for mining enterprises. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 410
Barnes, 1946 Brigham Young directs missionary to take wife before eaving on mission. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 411
Barnes, 1946 A man from Cache Valley and his bride-to-be went to Brigham Young, who took fancy to the girl and sent the man to hunt another bride. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 412
Barnes, 1946 Woman insists on being sealed to man, then deserts him with one of his teams and a cow or two. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 413
Barnes, 1946 Fragment of song, “Echo Canyon.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 414
Barnes, 1946 Reminiscences of Bill Hickman, Porter Rockwell, onward Egan: the “destroying angels.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 415
Barnes, 1946 Reminiscences of Church cooperative herds of cattle in early days, and their ultimate disposition. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 416
Barnes, 1946 Fate of early apostates; the Church's co-op stores, and their insistence on members buying from them; jingle about buying from Co-Op. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 417
Barnes, 1946 Conflict of polygamists and deputies: behavior of leaders of the Church who were polygamists; boys courting girls whipped. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 418
Johnson, 1946 Poem: “The Son of the Beach.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 419
Johnson, 1946 Account of Indian prayer for fire as given to Boy Scouts. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 420
Johnson, 1946 Answer to prayer for water made by three men in Henry Mountains. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 421
Johnson, 1946 How polygamists in Kanab were signaled to hide from deputies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 422
Johnson, 1946 Story of how joining the Church made one man prosper; and not joining made another’s life a failure. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 423
Johnson, 1946 Illiterate imprisoned polygamist asks friend to read his love letters while he held his fingers in the reader’s ears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 424
Johnson, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 3, no. 425
Johnson, 1946 Reminiscences of the high regard in which the Indians held Anthony Ivins. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 426
Lee, 1946 Polygamist’s relationship with his children. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 427
Lee, 1946 Zeke Johnson prays for help, and sees a giant hand lift jig pack mule back onto the trail. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 428
Smith, 1946 Two J. Golden Kimball stories. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 429
Smith, 1946 Stories of Lot Smith and Johnston’s Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 430
Fife, 1946 Son of Joseph Fielding Smith’s remarks on “seer stone that my father showed me.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 431
Fisher, 1946 Three Nephites restores voice of woman in answer to prayer; blesses house; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 432
Ashton, 1946 Pony Express story of horse which out-runs Indians. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 433
Ashton, 1946 Dramatic episode in the Walker War: Indian inexplicably fails to shoot rider going for help. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 434
Mann, 1946 Fragment of song about polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 435
McKay, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 436
McKay, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 437
Christianson, 1946 British government’s plan to exclude Mormon missionaries from England changed because of payment of large sum of money. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 438
Stevens, 1946 Mormon man shoots squaw; Indians insist on his life in retribution, skin him alive. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 439
Stevens, 1946 Nothing will grow at the site of Mountain Meadows Massacre. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 440
Fife, 1946 Illiterate man has reader of letter plug his own ears so he won’t hear what he is reading. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 441
Fife, 1946 Belief that stub of amputated finger will suffer injuries inflicted on lost portion. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 442
Fife, 1946 Mysterious hand extracts fishbone from child’s throat. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 443
Fife, 1946 Three Nephite story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 444
Fife, 1946 Patriarchal blessing informs woman that she had the opportunity to choose mother in spirit world. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 445
Belnap, 1946 Mysterious man preaches to people in Tenn., converting them to the Church: Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 446
Belnap, 1946 Notes on Martha McBride Knight Smith Kimball: children of Vincent Knight ask to be unsealed to Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 447
Fjeld, 1946 Imprisoned polygamist writes home that they must uncage the canary. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 448
Fjeld, 1946 Nearly all Lehi ward officials in prison for polygamy at the same time. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 449
Fjeld, 1946 Tithing story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 450
Fjeld, 1946 How Joe Darton sewed up an Indian who had been shot. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 451
Fjeld, 1946 Reminiscences of Jesse knight and John Beck and their mining enterprises. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 452
Fjeld, 1946 Notes on Joe Darton; water-witching; song “Once I Lived on Cottonwood and Owned a Little Farm;” notes; family history. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 453
Cummings, 1946 Indians return for second baptism; and gift of clothing thereafter. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 454
Cummings, 1946 Symbols of garments recorded on block of wood. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 455
Cummings, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 456
Cummings, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 457
Cummings, 1946 Family on desert desperately in need of water; pray; rain comes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 458
Cummings, 1946 First woman polygamist who went to prison. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 459
Hutchings, 1946 Joe Darton well “salted” to induce soldiers to help dig it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 460
Hutchings, 1946 The Nephite-Lamanite Mine of Alpine, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 461
Hutchings, 1946 Interview concerning the Koyle Dream Mine near Salem, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 462
Cox, 1946 In answer to prayer, blindness healed by rubbing eyes with gold earrings. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 463
Cox, 1946 Informant’s record of number of Church conferences attended, and number of years tithing paid, as well as charity to “worthy poor.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 464
Cox, 1946 Reminiscences of Indian-Mormon relations in Utah Valley. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 465
Cox, 1946 Reminiscences of Porter Rockwell and of early Utah mining. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 466
Cox, 1946 Reminiscences of an early-day convert who drew away from the church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 467
Cox, 1946 Reminiscences of John T. Clark who claimed to have walked with Christ. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 468
Warner, 1946 Old man gives child paper published in London three days before which contains genealogical information. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 469
Warner, 1946 Medical use of copper, asafetida. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 470
Warner, 1946 Greek family, not Mormon, give ride to one of Three Nephites; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 471
Warner, 1946 Reason Helper became a railroad junction. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 472
Horsley, 1946 Medical use of sagebrush; early-day making of rootbeer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 473
Biddlecom, 1946 Gentile doctor of Green River irritated with Mormon’s garments. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 474
Biddlecom, 1946 School teachers in early days of Green River had to sign contract to attend Presbyterian Church, not dance, smoke, or drink. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 475
Biddlecom, 1946 Nephite transports bread to missionary from his wife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 476
Biddlecom, 1946 Reminiscences of Lost Josephine Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 477
Biddlecom, 1946 Robbers buries treasure in Robbers’ Roost country. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 478
Biddlecom, 1946 Finding of old mine in Henry Mountain country. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 479
Murphy, 1946 Old lady appears with genealogical information in Salt Lake temple; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 480
Murphy, 1946 Early-day medicine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 481
Murphy, 1946 Soapweed tea cures rheumatism; other uses of plant. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 482
Murphy, 1946 Poultice of cat-tail roots and new milk cures blood poison. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 483
Murphy, 1946 Dead sister returns to warn of lost horse; spirit watches as family labors to ward off death. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 484
Murphy, 1946 Story of early prospectors finding gold in area. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 485
Murphy, 1946 Mexican returns annually from Blue Mountain with gold; never divulges location of treasure. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 486
Murphy, 1946 A dream of a crosscut in a mine which would produce ore; mine sold, and later crosscut made and rich ore found. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 487
Murphy, 1946 Felix Murphy locates Silver King Mine; baptized into Church; records lost; refuses to be re-baptized. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 488
Bronson, 1946 Lost mine story: ore picked up while following a mountain sheep. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 489
Chamberlain, 1946 In Sanpete County, old man asks for ride, gives advice, disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 490
Bronson, 1946 Medium used to locate lost mines: the “Lost Alma’ mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 491
Bronson, 1946 Three Nephite story: asks for food; disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 492
Sherwood, 1946 Miscellaneous notes on folk medicine; settling of Bluff; House of Truth, and Mrs. Ogden’s prophecies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 493
Sherwood, 1946 Story of naming Monticello, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 494
Sherwood, 1946 White woman heals squaw; at her death two years later, Indian blames her and she gives him flour and bacon to placate him. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 495
Sherwood, 1946 White man blamed for death of Indian who did not follow instructions about taking medicine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 496
Lyman, 1946 Walter C. Lyman had vision of site for building town of Blanding. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 497
Lyman, 1946 Walter C. Lyman had vision of site for Golden Queen Mine; worked it for years but found nothing. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 498
Lyman, 1946 Informant discovered remains of ancient highway near Blanding. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 499
Lyman, 1946 Miscellaneous notes on history of San Juan County; Indian turning white; Merritt and Mitchell and Pish-la-kai Mine; Temple Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 500
Nevills, 1946 Story of Merritt and Mitchell’s search for mine in Indian territory. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 501
Boyle, 1946 Entricities in Navajo blanket and rug designs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 502
Anonymous, 1946 Legends of Timpanogos Cave and of the Reclining Indian Maiden. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 503
Stevens, 1946 Copper worn on wrists. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 504
Stevens, 1946 Folk medicine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 505
Gregerson, 1946 Heber J. Grant marries girl in polygamy to keep her from a no-account suitor. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 506
Stevens, 1946 Relief Society teacher instructed people never to take garments entirely off. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 507
Fife, 1946 Naming of Woods Cross, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 508
Cummings, 1946 Polygamy story: devious method of protecting identity. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 509
Cummings, 1946 Polygamy story of man not knowing his own sons. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 510
Cummings, 1946 Porter Rockwell and Lot Smith: two stories. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 511
Hutchings, 1946 Bishop Koyle and his Dream Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 512
Hutchings, 1946 Story of friendly Indians bringing food regularly to young girl who is driving her paralytic father and little children from Missouri to Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 513
Hutchings, 1946 Cryptic note on the Scranton Mine, North Tintic District. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 514
Gibson, 1946 Story of Brigham Young not recognizing his son, or vice versa. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 515
McHugh, 1946 Story of blind Mormon child who was mistakenly baptized at a Baptist revival. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 516
McHugh, 1946 Sagebrush grows more luxuriant over graves. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 517
McHugh, 1946 Park City mines discovered from ore dislodged while pulling sagebrush to build fire. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 518
McHugh, 1946 Silver Reef Mine: discovered through assay of grind-stone. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 519
McHugh, 1946 Silver Reef Mine: discovered through assay of grind-stone. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 520
McHugh, 1946 Gold discovered when nuggets are found in craw of rooster. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 521
McHugh, 1946 Federal representative astutely led Wilford Woodruff to issue the Manifesto against polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 522
McHugh, 1946 Mormon missionary converted to Buddhism. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 523
McHugh, 1946 Man sent on mission so Brigham Young could steal his fiancee. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 524
{Item identical with FMC I 584} Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 525
Cummings, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 526
Cummings, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 527
Cummings, 1946 Fragment of old song, beginning: “There’s a difference between a Mormon and a Saint...” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 528
Walter Cox, Provo, Utah, 1946 Fragment of the song, “The Merry, Merry Mormons” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 529 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 057-124 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Ellertson, 1946 Fragment of song, “Raise me in your arms, dear brother.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 530
Ellertson, 1946 Notes on songs which he had recorded. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 531
Murphy, 1946 Notes on songs which he had recorded. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 532
Knight, 1946 Song, “Somebody’s Waiting for You.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 533
Watts, 1946 Notes on singing, “Brigham, Brigham Young,” in mining camp in early days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 534
{Item identical to FMC I 577} Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 535
Watts, 1946 Song, “Cherry Blossoms.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 536
Bronson, 1946 Song, “There’s a Gold Mine in the Sky.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 537
Anonymous, 1946 Song, “Why Did I get Married?” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 538
Lewis W. Jones, Monroe, Utah, 1946 Song, “Brigham, Brigham Young” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 539 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 21, side A, Footage: 173-277 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
1946 Index to Mormon folk songs recorded by Austin and Alta Fife for the Library of Congress. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 540
Taylor, 1946 A story of polygamy; a family who traces their genealogy to Adam. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 541
Brooks, 1946 Evil spirits cast from woman by Elders, enter body of her sister. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 542
Brooks, 1946 Young man restores life to fiancee by laying-on- of-hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 543
Brooks, 1946 Community prayer to release boy with serious infection results in his cure. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 544
Brooks, 1946 Reminiscences of polygamous marriage in which one wife was an Indian; brief reference to Mountain Meadows Massacre. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 545
Brooks, 1946 Superstitions about witches, bringing shovel in house, borrowing salt. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 546
Brooks, 1946 Three Nephite story: man appears suddenly to care for injured hand, disappears. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 547
King, 1946 Mormon legend: Lost Tribes are in the North Pole region; eventually Jerusalem and Independence, Missouri will be capitols of the world. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 548
Woolley, 1946 Woman has gift of tongues. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 549
Hamblin, 1946 Place names: Kanab, Jacob’s Lake; Indian converts; mining and the lost Josephine Mine; cattle rustling. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 550
Lee, 1946 Fragment of song about “...oft times I’ve wondered how women love men...” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 551
Pond, 1946 Wolf story regarding grandfather in New York. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 552
Pond, 1946 At Bear Lake, elk seen swimming in tandem. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 553
Pond, 1946 Bear Lake Monster. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 554
Stocks, 1946 Notes on Bishop Koyle and his Dream Mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 555
Stocks, 1946 Lost mine near Bountiful. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 556
Faucett, 1946 Reminiscences of Butch Cassidy; robbery of Castle Gate pay roll; mining. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 557
Cummings, 1946 Speculation on outcome of polygamy if it had been socially acceptable. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 558
Brainer, 1946 Place names: Helper. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 559
Hart, 1946 Folk medicine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 560
Hart, 1946 The Battle of Bear River. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 561
Hart, 1946 Good polygamy story about physique of off-spring. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 562
Lee, 1946 Book-keeping methods of a man who could neither read nor write. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 563
Hilton, 1946 Method of preparing a not very palatable fish where you “throw the fish away and eat the plank.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 564
Myron R. Crandall, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “This is the Place” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 565 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 359-544 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Mrs. Caroline Jensen, Logan, Utah, 1946 Song, “Bless Brigham Young” (Fife and Hector Lee) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 566 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 635-665 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Mrs. Caroline Jensen, Logan, Utah, 1946 Song, “Brigham is Our Leader” (Fife and Hector Lee) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 567 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 666-691 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Wait For the Wagon” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 568 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 692-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Vint P. Lyman (composer and singer), Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “Rolling Along to Utah Valley” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 569 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 545-635 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Hand, 1946 Brigham Young receives bags of gold dust in time of need from mysterious Indian. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 570
L.M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Echo Canyon” or "Hurray, Hurrah, the Railroad's Begun" (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 571 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 1-80 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Hard Times” with introduction (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 572 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 617-730 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “What’s the Use of Repining” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 573 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 493-568 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Mrs. Daisy Shaffer, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Hard Times” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 574 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A & Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 375-492 & Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 731-end Archival Reel-to-Reel: Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105 & Box 28, R-Tape 115
Mr. and Mrs. D. Ray Moss, Mr. R. G. Moss and Mrs. Frederick J. Pack, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1946 Song, “Hard Times” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 4, no. 575 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 120-218 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Sagebrush Quartet (Ramon Black, Reed Jones, Nelson Jones and Edward Jones), Blanding, Utah, 1946 Song, “Utah Trail” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 576 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 263-341 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Mrs. Lydia M. Watts, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Brigham, Brigham Young” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 577 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 348-358 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Cummings, 1946 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 578
Cox, 1946 Mormon missionaries and the song, “The Merry Merry Mormons.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 579
Albert R. Lyman (author of lyrics and singer), Blanding, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Piute Brave” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 580 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 448-486 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Buck Lee, Clearfield, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Haunted Woods” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 581 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 319-447 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, "The Gospel News” with introduction (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 582 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 477-616 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
Otho Murphy, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Fallen Leaf” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 583 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 245-318 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Paul Anderson, Bountiful, Utah, 1946 Song, “Don’t You Marry the Mormon Boys” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 584 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 242-262 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Noah E. Stowe, Fillmore, Utah, 1946 Song, “We left Our Kind Friends” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 585 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 001-028 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Mrs. Genevieve Holyoke and son, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Spotted Fawn” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 586 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 071-157 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Fletcher Bronson Family, Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “Oh! Ye Mountains High” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 587 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 125-196 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Joseph H. Watkins, Brigham City, Utah, 1946 Song, “Waste Not, Want Not” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 588 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 219-309 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Fletcher Bronson Family, Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “Come, Come Ye Saints” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 589 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 197-275 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Jensen, 1946 Three J. Golden Kimball stories. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 590
Joseph H. Watkins, Brigham City, Utah, 1946 Song, “Utah Iron Horse,” with comments on origin (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 591 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 394-476 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Joseph H. Watkins, Brigham City, Utah, 1946 Song, “Tittey-irie-aye” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 592 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 310-344 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Myron Crandall (author of lyrics and singer), Odgen, Utah, 1946 Song, “Turkey in the Straw” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 593 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 029-115 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Hilton, 1946 Story, “Fiddling for the Wolves.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 594
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Handcart Song” with introduction (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 595 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 21, side A, Footage: 001-091 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
No Entry Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 596
Mrs. Elva A. Christiansen, Manti, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Boys of Sanpete County” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 597 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 569-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Lyman, 1946 Song, “My Prayer.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 598
Vint P. Lyman (composer and singer), Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “My Prayer” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 599 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 371-433 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Myron Crandall (composer and singer), Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Painting Clouds of Sunshine” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 600 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 175-241 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Noah E. Stowe, Fillmore, Utah, 1946 Song fragment, “The Lonesome Roving Wolves” (Hector Lee, Utah Humanities Research Foundation) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 601 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: A & R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 2, side A, Footage: 81-119 & FMT 10, side A, Footage: 532-773 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105 & R-Tape 109
Otho Murphy (composer and singer), Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Lay Me Down to Sleep” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 602 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 120-174 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Murphy, 1946 Song, “There’s a Nest in the West.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 603
Vint P. Lyman (composer and singer), Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “Moses in the Wilderness” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 604 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 434-533 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Ephraim Ellertson, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “Oh, Mount Nebo of the Rockies” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 605 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 105: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 342-370 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 105
Otho Murphy (composer and singer), Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Double Tragedy” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 606 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 001-086 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Myron Crandall (composer and singer), Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Beautiful Utah” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 607 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 534-599 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Loyal Bailey, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “Blue Mountain Song” (from recording) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 608 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 21, side A, Footage: 278-356 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
Myron Crandall (composer and singer), Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “The U.S.A.” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 609 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 697-794 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Myron Crandall (composer and singer), Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Utah, The Beehive State” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 610 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 600-696 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Crandall, 1946 Mortensen murder trial in Salt Lake City: body found and murderer implicated through dream. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 611
Lee, 1946 Merritt and Mitchell mine stories; the Lost Josephine mine; Navajos refuse to let white men search for gold and silver on reservation. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 612
Gloyn, 1947 Early days in Corrine, Utah; Church authorities order all grapes in Tooele destroyed because of the making of wine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 613
Fife, 1947 Three tongue-twisters. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 614
Freestone, 1947 Child restored to life by prayer with the promise that she would never touch tobacco, tea, coffee. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 615
Petersen, 1947 Story of the number of Petersens in Sanpete. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 616
Stevens, 1947 Testimony given in Sacrament meeting followed by statement about a fine bull and the service fee for its use. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 617
Lee, 1946 Fragment of song, “Sweet Bessie of the Pike.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 618
Mrs. Genevieve Holyoke, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Chieftain’s Daughter” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 619 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 158-244 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Barker, 1946 Conversion to Mormon Church with promise of healing of club foot; early days in Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 620
Freestone, 1947 Instructions on how to tell the devil by offering to shake hands. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 621
Freestone, 1947 Mother escapes from Poncho Villa by disguising herself as a Mexican. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 622
Stevens, 1947 Dream reveals location of letters from a crashed Western Air Lines plane. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 623
Bailey, 1947 Fragment of song about Coxy’s Army. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 624
Campbell, 1946 Dream, premonition of death. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 625
Campbell, 1946 Missionary thought dead visits his Father in Heaven. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 626
Fisher, 1946 Spirit guide comes in answer to prayer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 627
Fife, 1947 Review of The Proselyte, by Susan Erta. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 628
Sproul, 1947 Names of two deputies who were after polygamists in Utah’s Dixie; one of them joined the Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 629
Sproul, 1947 Story of deputies efforts to arrest polygamists. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 630
Sproul, 1947 Old-timer yarn. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 631
Sproul, 1947 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 632
Sproul, 1947 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 633
Jarvis, 1947 Indians frightened by woman who removes false teeth. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 634
Cykler, 1947 Polygamy anecdote. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 635
Cannon, 1947 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 636
Cannon, 1947 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 637
Anonymous, 1947 Brigham Young’s method of counting his children, with unexpected results. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 638
Brooks, 1947 Fragment of song: parody of “Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye,” on polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 639
Fife, 1947 Catalog of Mormon Folk Songs recorded by Austin and Alta Fife, 1947. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 640
Rudger McArthur, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “St. George and the Drag-On” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 641 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 133-193 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Wall, 1947 Alfred Durham dreamed words of song, “Oh, My Father.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 642
Brooks, 1947 Brigham Young’s reaction to the song, “Once I lived in Cottonwood.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 643
Jarvis, 1947 Notes on composition of song, “Far, Far Away on Judea’s Plains.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 644
Blackburn, 1947 Notes on the United Order of Orderville, and the song composed for its twenty-fifth anniversary. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 645
Fife, 1947 Letter to Dale L. Morgan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 646
Morse, 1947 Rhyme about pussy-cats. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 647
Morris, 1947 Notes on the song, “On the Road to California.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 648
Pearce, 1947 Fragment on song about “Soap, soap, home-made soap.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 649
Edington, 1947 Fragment of song about “Some have gone to Mexico to spend the winter...” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 650
Mrs. Mary Hafen Leavitt, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “A Sailor’s Trade Is a weary Life” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 651 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 235-304 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Huntsman, 1947 Song, “Watercresses.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 652
Shaffer, 1946 Song, “The Cabin With the Roses at the Door.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 653
Mrs. Mary Hafen Leavitt, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Fair Ellen” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 654 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 720-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Bronson, 1946 Song, “Napoleon.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 655
Mrs. Ernest D. Theobald, Fillmore, Utah, 1945 Song, “The Jealous Lover” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 656 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 478-606 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Mrs. Caroline Jensen, Logan, Utah, 1946 Song, “Lord Lovell” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 657 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 314-381 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Mrs. Daisy Shaffer, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Lord Lovell” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 657 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 382-477 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Jensen, 1946 Song, “Cold Water.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 658
Mrs. Mary Hafen Leavitt, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Carpenter’s Wife” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 659 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 487-590 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Stevens, 1948 Folk remedy for cough. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 660
Stevens, 1948 Belief about wide spaced teeth. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 661
Fife, 1948 Methods used to make swarms of bees settle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 662
Stevens, 1948 More methods to make swarms of bees settle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 663
Woodward, 1947 Notes on Mormons sudden evacuation of San Bernardino. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 664
Woodward, 1947 Cartoons and stories about Brigham Young and polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 665
Woodward, 1947 Pornographic symbols placed at “This Is The Place” monument just before its dedication. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 666
Gillmor, 1947 Story that Pancho Villa’s brain sent to Washington, D.C. for study. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 667
Stewart, 1947 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 668
Mrs. Sophia Jensen, Mantua, Utah, 1948 Song, “Fair Eleanor” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 669 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 145-313 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Mrs. Mary Hafen Leavitt, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Mistletoe Bough” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 670 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 487-577 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Francis Y. Morse, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Once I Lived on Cottonwood” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 671 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 524-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Alvard, 1947 Song about Mormon difficulties in Missouri. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 672
Alvard, 1947 Song about martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 673
Mrs. Mary Hafen Leavitt, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “None Can Preach Gospel Like The Mormons Do” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 673a Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 087-144 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Alvard, 1947 Song about early days in Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 674
Thompson, 1947 Song, “Tell Me Truly.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 674a
Alvard, 1947 Song about the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 675
Gifford, 1947 Song, “When I First Met You, Dear.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 675a
Carl Gifford, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Home in Wyoming” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 676 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 658-719 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Gifford, 1947 Song, “Weeping Willow.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 677
Asa W. Judd, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Drunkard’s Dream” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 678 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 001-108 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Jarvis, Thompson, 1947 Song, “The Courtship.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 679
Cottam, 1947 Song, “You and I.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 680
Cottam, 1947 Song, “Gems in Memory’s Casket.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 681
Mrs. Elvira Cox Blackburn, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Gypsy Girl” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 682 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 226-267 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Sproul, 1947 Song, “Do They Miss Me at Home.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 683
Sproul, 1947 Song, “The Cripple for Life.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 684
Sproul, 1947 Song, “The Blackville Club.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 685
Juanita Brooks, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “I Can Tell You’re a Mormon” (defective recording) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 686 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 001-006 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Sproul, 1947 Song, “God Plans It All.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 687
Mrs. Elvira Cox Blackburn, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Chief of the Utes” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 688 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 109-225 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Stowe, 1946 Song, “The Old Man Ain’t What He Used to be.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 689
Joseph W. McAllister, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Far, Far Away on Judea’s Plains” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 690 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 115-185 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Joseph W. McAllister, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “My Dixie Home” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 691 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 186-278 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Maria Platt Mumford and Mrs. Mary Ann Platt Seegmiller, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Handcart Song” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 692 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A & Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 390-523 & Box 6, FMT 21, side A, Footage: 092-172 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109 & Box 28, R-Tape 115
Mrs. June Moss, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The St. George Temple Builders Theme Song” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 693 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 350?-411 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
George T. Thompson, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Lover's Quarrel” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 694 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 261-365 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Mrs. Elvira Cox Blackburn, Orderville, Utah, 1947 Song, “United Order Song” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 695 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 21, side A, Footage: 357-459 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
Mrs. Elvira Cox Blackburn, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “James Bird” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 696 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 268-429 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Ross Thompson, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Marching to Utah” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 697 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 188-260 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Mrs. Effie Snow, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Thales Haskell Exploring Song” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 698 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 076-145 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Blackburn, 1947 Song, “Speak to Me.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 699
Blackburn, 1947 Song, “Sweet Face.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 5, no. 700
Mrs. Maggie Taylor, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Rig Dum Sakimo” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 701 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 239-272 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Huntsman, 1947 Song, “Baby Brother.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 702
Mrs. Jetta Huntsman, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Billy Grimes” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 703 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 591-702 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Effie Snow and Miss Bess Snow, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Mormon Crusade” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 704 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 146-187 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Noah Stowe, Fillmore, Utah, 1946 Song, “Down in Merry England” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 705 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 532-773 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Francis Y. Morse, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Put You Into Limbo” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 706 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 276-347 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Mrs. Jetta Huntsman, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “In the Midst of These Awful Mormons” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 707 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 104: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 1, side A, Footage: 001-057 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 104
Spalding, 1948 Song, “The Farmer’s Cursed Wife.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 708
George T. Thompson, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “My Mountain Home” (composed by singer's father, William H. Thompson) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 709 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 115: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 21, side A, Footage: 460-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 115
Noah Stowe, Fillmore, Utah, 1946 Song, “I Left My Kind Friends” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 710 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 458-531 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Vint P. Lyman, Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “Peter” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 711 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 080-145 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Lyman, 1946 Song, “Sagebrush Yodeler.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 712
Ephraim Ellertson, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Message That was Never Sent” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 713 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 001-096 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Ephraim Ellertson, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “Belle Brandon” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 714 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 161-234 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Murphy, 1946 Song, “Sweet Bunch of Daisies.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 715
Otho Murphy, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “California Joe” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 716 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 6, side A, Footage: 120-504 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Johnson, 1946 Song, “The Old Arm Chair.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 717
Johnson, 1946 Song, “The Sheriff’s Sale.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 718
Shaffer, 1946 Song, “I’ll Take You To Your Home, Kathleen.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 719
Moss, 1945 Song, “Rainbow.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 720
Moss, 1945 Song, “Mary.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 721
Hilton, 1946 Song, “Wait for the Wagon.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 722
Hilton, 1946 Song, “The Quilting Party.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 723
Watts, 1946 Song, “Two Little Girls in Blue.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 724
Fletcher Bronson, Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “Belle Brandon” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 725 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 097-160 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Knight, 1946 Song, “The Blind Girl.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 726
Sagebrush Quartet, 1946 Song, “Sioux City Sue.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 727
Sagebrush Quartet, 1946 Song, “Don’t Fence Me In.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 728
Sagebrush Quartet, 1946 Song, “That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 729
Fletcher Bronson and Mrs. Zola Holden, Monticello, Utah, 1946 Song, “When It’s Night Time in Nevada” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 730 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 6, side A, Footage: 505-545 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Fisher, 1948 Girls peel apples to determine initial of man they will marry. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 731
Null, 1948 Do not thank anyone for seeds or they won’t grow. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 732
Morgan, 1948 House in which manuscript of Book of Mormon kept had divine immunity from all danger. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 733
Morgan, 1948 Stories of eccentricity of Orson Hyde. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 734
Morgan, 1948 Humorous story of Tom Thumb, famous midget, asking Brigham Young to explain polygamy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 735
Morgan, 1948 Prospectors work against wishes of Brigham Young: gold they find turns to dust. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 736
Carolyn Campbell, of Puyallup, Washington, at Logan, Utah, 1947 Song, “Samuel Hall” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 737 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 430-470 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Campwell, 1947 Song, “Drunkard’s Song.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 738
Campwell, 1947 Song, “The Lonesome Roving Wolves.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 739
Gifford, 1947 Song, “When I First Met You My Darling.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 740
Hilton, 1946 Song, “The Boozer.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 741
William T. Morris, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “On the Road to California” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 742 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 001-075 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Morris, 1947 Song, “My Dixie Home.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 743
George T. Thompson, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Once I Lived on Cottonwood” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 744 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 007-132 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Hunstman, 1947 Song, “Watercresses.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 745
Ellertson, 1946 Song, “The Message That Never Was Sent.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 746
Ellertson, 1946 Song, “Belle Brandon.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 747
Bronson, 1946 Song, “Belle Brandon.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 748
Gloyn, 1948 Fragments of two anti-Mormon songs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 749
Fife, 1948 Two counting-out rhymes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 750
Fife, 1948 Sage leaves for rinse for hair; wart cure; wishbone rites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 751
Morse, 1947 Mining stories: silver mine found; dream about gold mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 752
Crandall, 1946 Song, “This is The Place.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 753
Myron Crandall, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Utah” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 754 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 3, side A, Footage: 795-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Knight, 1946 Song, “Jack and Joe.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 755
Christiansen, 1946 Song, “The Captain With His Whiskers.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 756
Christiansen, 1946 Song, “I’ll Hang My Heart On A Willow Tree.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 757
Sagebrush Quartet, 1946 Song, “Missouri Waltz. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 758
Ellertson, 1946 Song, “The Times We Used to Have When We Were Young.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 759
Ellertson, 1946 Song, “Dear Hearts, We Are Growing Old.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 760
Ephraim Ellertson, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Rose of Ellendale” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 761 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 4, side A, Footage: 607-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Mrs. Maggie Taylor, Moab, Ut, 1946 Song, “From Prison to His Mother’s Grave” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 762 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 399-435 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Knight, 1946 Song, “The Blind Girl.” Fragment. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 763
Taylor, 1946 Song, “The Black Sheep.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 764
Buck Lee, Clearfield, Utah, 1948 Song, “Utah Carroll” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 765 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 436-695 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Lee, 1948 Song, “Utah Carroll.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 766
Buck Lee, Clearfield, Utah, 1948 Song, “Cole Younger and Jesse James” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 767 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 696-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Asa W. Judd (author of lyrics and singer), St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Parawan” (Parowan) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 768 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 578-657 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Taylor, 1946 Song, “We Sat by the River.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 769
Theobald, 1945 Song, “I’ll Remember You, Love, In My Prayers.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 770
Watts, Taylor, 1946 Song, “Cherry Blossoms.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 771
Judd, 1947 Song, “Rock Me To Sleep, Mother.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 772
Jarvis, 1947 Poem, “The Old Virginia Ditch.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 773
Gifford, 1947 Song, “The Good Old Keg of Wine.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 774
Judd, 1947 Song, “I Love The Rough Log Cabin.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 775
Gifford, 1947 Song, “The Big Rock Candy Mountain.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 776
Fife, 1946 Lost mines and doodle-bugs; setting of a Zane Gray novel. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 777
Alden, 1948 Song, “The Titanic.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 778
Alden, Ragon, 1948 Song, “Sippin’ Cider.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 779
Gunn, 1948 Song, “I’m Going to be Married in June.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 780
Belding, 1948 Song, “Itsy-Bitsy Spider.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 781
Ragon, 1948 Song, “Lullaby.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 782
Ragon, 1948 Song, “Evangeline.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 783
Alden, 1948 Song, “At the Boarding House.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 784
Alden, 1948 Song, “My Mother-in-Law.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 785
Alden, 1948 Song, “The Billboard Song.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 786
Alden, 1948 Song, “‘Twas a Dark and Stormy Night.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 787
Lee, 1948 Song, “There Was a Man.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 788
Lee, 1948 Song, “There was an Old Soldier.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 789
Lee, 1948 Songs, “I’m a Hayseed,” and “Roll Them Bones.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 790
Fife, 1948 Brigham Young anecdote on who is to receive revelations. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 791
Hilton, 1948 Song, “The Three Wishes.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 792
Johnson, 1946 Song, “The Fatal Rose of Red.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 793
[See FMC I 533] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 794
Barker, no date Daniel Webster appears and requests temple work done for him; records miraculously supplied. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 795
Ray, 1945 Prayer for rain, in Danish dialect. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 796
Buck Lee, Clearfield, Utah, 1946 Song, “Juanita” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 797 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 001-070 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Stowe, 1946 Song, “Reckless and Gay.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 798
Stowe, 1946 Song, “The Old Man Ain’t What He Used to be.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 799
Lyman, 1946 Song, “Sagebrush Yodeler.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 6, no. 800
Sproul, 1947 Song, “There’s a Wee House ‘mong the Heather.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 801
Carl Gifford, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “The Mystery of Old No. 5” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 802 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 057-114 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Theobald, 1945 Song, “The Chilly Driving Rain.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 803
Buck Lee, Clearfield, Utah, 1946 Song, “Billy Veniro” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 804 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 107: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 6, side A, Footage: 546-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 107
Noah Stowe, Fillmore, Utah, 1946 Song, “Soldier of the Legion” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 805 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 10, side A, Footage: 366-457 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Zadok K. Judd, Kanab, Utah, 1947 Reminiscences of the Santa Clara Mission, Jacob Hamblin and a song about building a fort at Santa Clara by Thales Haskell. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 806 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 279-389 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 109
Stevens, 1950 Man warned in dream that his mother will be improperly dressed for her burial; in spite of his precautions and anxiety about it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 807
Schneider, 1949 “Mormon girls used to marry young -- Brigham Young.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 808
Taylor, 1949 Bryant Stringham died of an overdose of laudanum, given him by George Q. Cannon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 809
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Snow Dear” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 810 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A & B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 208-242 & 705-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. B. Walker, Los Angeles, California, 1949 Song, “Naponee” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 811 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 326-393 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Fallen Leaf” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 812 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 062-117 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Lassie Mohee” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 813 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A & R-Tape & 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 394-433 & FMT 15, side A, Footage: 651-704 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111 & R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Iroquois Lullaby” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 814 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 027-040 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Silver Bell” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 815 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 174-207 & 612-650 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Blue Feather” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 816 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 152-173 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Schneider, 1951 Song, “Catalina Magalina.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 817
Charles de Rollin, Santa Monica, California, 1947 Song, “One Old Indian, Two Old Squaws” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 817 a Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 471-547 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Chesley, 1951 Interview on background of “The Ballad of the Mountain Meadows Massacre,” plus the words of the ballad and comments on the music. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 818
various Alta Fife wrote: "The items of these numbers were all music for songs entered into the colleciton, with earlier numbers for the words. In retyping the collection for binding, the music has been removed from here and placed with the worlds in each case." Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 819-829
Beeson, 1953 Teenage secret language: “S” language, Pig Latin, and Double-Dutch illustrated. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 830
Wilcox, 1953 Pressure to furnish Mormon Battalion and Brigham Young’s prophecy about it. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 831
Wilcox, 1953 Genealogical records miraculously supplied. Man with cancer cured when anointed in temple. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 832
Murphy, 1953 Cording wool for bats. Knitting arm cuffs, gloves, stockings. Making hats from denim. All remembered from his youth. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 833
Stevens, 1953 Method of making a hooked rug. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 834
Hoffman, 1953 Description of method of making lamps, fern stands, etc., from juniper. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 835
Irish, 1953 Building contractor: had never used a blueprint. Making of adobe. Cinder blocks. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 836
Pogue, 1953 Old-timer requests that jugs of whiskey be buried at his head and feet; on way to cemetery, coffin and jugs slide out of surrey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 837
Pogue, 1953 Driver of stage losses a passenger; returns for her and drives right over her. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 838
Wilcox, 1953 Brigham Young miraculously knew of existence of plant with curative powers: details of cures. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 839
Allen, 1953 Herbal medicines; ear-ache cure; mid-wives. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 840
Howell, 1953 Account of nonchalant way woman awaits birth of fourth child. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 841
Ellis, 1953 Mid-wife quoted as saying the only thing she needed at a child-birth was a bitch-light. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 842
Irish, 1953 “Brigham” tea. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 843
Irish, 1953 Description of making sorghum. Silk worms. Mulberry trees. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 844
Shields, 1953 Jump-rope rhyme. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 845
Shields, 1953 Four “circular” tales; four jump-rope rhymes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 846
Shields, 1953 “Happy Birthday” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 847
Irish, 1953 Six jump-rope rhymes, and five “little moron” stories. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 848
Shields, 1953 Children’s games; jump-rope rhymes; “choosing” rhymes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 849
Fish, 1953 Song, “What My Wife Don’t Know.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 850
Fish, 1953 Song, “Yellow Dine.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 851
Stocks, 1953 Song, “Oh, the cow kicked Nelly...” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 852
Fish, 1953 Song, “Gooseberry Pie.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 853
Chamberlain, 1953 Song for Stocks family reunion. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 854
Newell, 1953 Reminiscences of early dances; square dance calls. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 855
Watts, 1953 Song, “Robinson Crusoe.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 856
Holyoak, 1953 Song, “Under Dakota’s Cross.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 857
Holyoak, 1953 Song, “Go ‘Long Mule.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 858
Holyoak, 1953 Song, “The Passing Policeman.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 859
Ward, 1953 Interview on training in music. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 860
Holyoak, 1953 Song, “Cowboy’s Lament.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 861
Holyoak, 1953 Song, “May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight?” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 862
Fish, 1953 Song, “The Widow Dunn.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 863
Fish, 1953 Song, “The Terrier and the Cat.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 864
Pogue, 1953 Song, “Winds the winds / The winds blow high...” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 865
Pogue, 1953 Finger-play games; proverbs, sayings, superstitions; marking babies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 866
Chamberlain, 1953 Proverbs, superstitions, sayings. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 867
Burr, 1953 Proverbs, sayings, superstitions; folk medicine; early dyes; wild animal story; cricket plague; soap making. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 868
Chamberlain, 1953 Holidays celebrated in Moab, and description of festivities on each; clubs, service clubs, and social organizations in Moab; chivaree. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 869
Stevens, 1953 Sayings, proverbs, superstitions; weather lore; folk medicine; bee lore. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 870
Irish, 1953 Tongue-twister. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 871
Corbin, 1953 Courting in early days in Moab; attitudes of Mormons toward non-Mormons in Monticello and Blanding; Baptist congregation in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 872
Stocks, 1953 “Well, if it’s another boy, you’ll either have to name it or number it.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 873
Shoop, 1953 Tongue-twisters; counting rhymes; finger-play games; riddles; secret languages; sayings, proverbs, superstitions. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 874
Stevens, 1953 Sayings, proverbs, superstitions. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 875
Stevens, 1953 Proverbs, sayings, superstitions; counting rhymes; finger-play games. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 876
Stevens, 1953 Chivarees. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 877
Ward, Stock, 1953 Riddles; “little moron” jokes; finger-play games; rhymes for autograph books; sayings, proverbs, superstitions; windshield decorations. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 878
Chamberlain, 1953 Pigeons “inbred idiots.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 879
Burr, 1953 Similes; riddles; sayings, proverbs, superstitions; folk medicine; Brigham tea; water-witching. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 880
Knight, 1953 Similes; riddles, finger-play games; lullaby games; marking babies; beliefs specific to babyhood; curing bed-wetting; superstitions. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 881
Chamberlain, 1953 Similes; weather lore; proverbs, sayings, superstitions; planting lore; folk medicine; marking babies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 882
Howell, 1953 Rhyme - blood and guts. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 883
Dalton, 1953 Cowboys singing; branding horses; rustling and methods of changing brands; outlaws in the early days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 884
Chamberlain, 1953 Account of her family’s history in Moab; polygamy in Moab; Indian relations; water rights. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 885
Pogue, 1953 Courting on horseback; running horses on ice and letting them slide. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 886
Chamberlain, 1953 Two murders in Moab; a drowning in the river. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 887
Harding, 1953 Al Scorup “the cattle king”; settling on Bluff; lawlessness in Moab, even in the 1920's; cowboys’ way of celebrating. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 888
Pace, 1953 An old-time rancher of Castle Valley: his description of his ranch and raising cattle in the early days; tall tales; rustling; Indian fight. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 889
McConkie, 1953 Notes on settlement of Moab; church, social, and civic organizations in Moab; reasons for divorce; Marie Ogden and House of Truth. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 890
Chamberlain, 1953 Notes on transition of women riding side-saddle to stride-saddle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 891
Chamberlain, 1953 Before paper was plentiful; juniper bark always used to start fire. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 892
Holyoak, 1953 Early-day cattle industry; capers of the cowboys; the “Hole-in-the-Rock” trip; Indian troubles; Tom Roach; bandits; House of Truth. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 893
Pace, 1953 Side-saddle and stride-saddle; comments on the poem “The Big I and the Little You”; explanation of terms used in cattle industry. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 894
Spry, 1953 Counting rhymes; uranium hunting; lost mines and buried treasure; story of Ed Reams, a cattle thief. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 895
Fish, 1953 Weather lore; water-witching; springs and other sources of water; water rights; electric storms; love divination rhymes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 896
Williams, 1953 Cowboy songs; bandits and outlaws; Nigger Bill; early characters in Moab; nicknames for men. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 897
Howell, 1953 Comments on the House of Truth and Marie Ogden. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 898
Murphy, 1953 Indians voting; story of a man with a “Dodge” car. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 899
Howell, 1953 Naming of “Dead Horse point.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 7, no. 900
Scorup, 1953 Information about the poem, “The Big I and the Little U.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 901
Anonymous, 1953 Reason that Moab was not located nearer the Colorado River. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 902
Winburn, 1953 Reminiscences of early Moab; dances, Brigham tea; Indian-White relations; soap making; riding side-saddle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 903
Hawkes, 1953 Reminiscences of early Moab; early-day economy and hand-crafts;leather, rawhide, and horsehair crafts; side-saddle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 904
Watts, 1953 Folk medicine; fight at an early-day dance; bed ticks from wild grass; Porter Rockwell; scarcity of clothing. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 905
Pogue, 1953 Naming animals. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 906
Murphy, 1953 Doodle-bugging for uranium; water-witching; prophecy of “great treasure in Moab” by an apostle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 907
Murphy, 1953 Weather lore; praying for rain; technique of land employment in Moab; water lore; witching for uranium and other ore; dream mine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 908
Chamberlain, 1953 Story of sauerkraut behind the stove. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 909
Burr, 1953 Polygamy; folk medicine, with recipe from Brigham Young; marking babies; scarcity of food in early days; making molasses; chivarees. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 910
Waddnell, 1953 Living conditions in the early days; folk medicines; fore-telling sex of child; planting lore; weather lore; riddle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 911
Fish, 1953 Immigration by floating down Colorado to Castle Valley; folk medicine; songs they used to sing; lullabies and finger games. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 912
Irish, 1953 Description of Moab country; jump-rope rhymes; superstitions; hair styles; Madame Curie and uranium; names of mines. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 913
Fife, 1953 Folk architecture in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 914
Fife, 1953 Folk architecture in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 915
Fife, 1953 Folk architecture, Moab and Woods Cross, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 916
Fife, 1953 Celebration of July 24 in Moab and Monticello. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 917
Fife, 1953 Patchwork quilts. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 918
Fife, 1953 Description of a cell at a home by the “Ward Teachers.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 919
Fife, 1953 Description of “fast meeting” in the LDS Church. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 920
Fife, 1953 Description of a birthday party for adults. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 921
Fife, 1953 Description of the community birthday party for Dr. Williams, Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 922
Fife, 1953 Description of an over-night stay at an isolated farm on the LaSal Mountains. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 923
Fife, 1953 Planning the Stocks family reunion. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 924
Fife, 1953 Castle Towers. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 925
Fife, 1953 Description of events surrounding the breaking from jail of two convicts. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 926
Fife, 1953 Description of an LDS funeral in Moab, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 927
Fife, 1953 Description of LDS Sunday School. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 928
Fife, 1953 Description of cemetery in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 929
Fife, 1953 Description of recording of songs and fiddle tunes in home in Moab; notes on “Patonia, The Bride of the Plains.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 930
Fife, 1953 Additional notes on LDS Sunday School. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 931
Fife, 1953 Decoration of car of newlyweds. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 932
Fife, 1953 Names of various rock strata. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 933
Fife, 1953 Descriptions of various “collections” as hobbies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 934
Fife, 1953 Sources of recreation, particularly for children, in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 935
Fife, 1953 Stocks family reunion in LaSal Mountains. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 936
Unknown Song, “I’ll be a Little Mormon” (Arizona Univeristy Recording) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 937 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 588-633 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Fife, 1953 Uses of uranium in folk medicine. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 938
Jarvis, 1947 Borrowed hammer accidentally enclosed in structure of St. George Tabernacle; retrieved and returned in 1940s. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 939
Fife, 1954 Brigham Young’s advice to pregnant woman who does not want to colonize in a lonely place. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 940
Fife, 1954 Returned missionary who was drunk. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 941
Stevens, 1950 Polygamy story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 942
Lee, 1950 J. Golden Kimball stories. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 943
Lee, 1945 Heber C. Kimball makes good Lord’s promise to missionary. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 944
Dr. M. M. Keller, Los Angeles, California, 1949 Tall tale (as the Fife's note) about Mr. Keller's grandfather who is part of a Mormon group crossing the plains. As a scout and hunter, he hunts and kills a buffalo for food, his horse leaves him stranded so he gets inside the buffalo hide to stay worm. The buffalo hide is attacked by wolves; the man devises a way to use wolves to pull him back to the wagon train.) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 945 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 109: B (beginning) R-Tape 110: A (complete) Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 194-350? Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
[See FMC I 627] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 946
Fife, 1955 Brigham Young instructs man to take two wives: he marries them on the same day. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 947
Stevens Lawyer billed by neighbor for damage done by his dog; reciprocates by billing neighbor for legal advice. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 948
Brooks, 1954 Notes on discovery of ore at Silver Reef. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 949
Fife, 1955 Games, means of entertainment in Idaho 1915-1930. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 950
Myers, 1952 Train disaster providentially averted. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 951
Fife, 1954 Children’s rhyme. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 952
Lee Musical score for “Juanita.” [See FMC I 797] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 953
Holyoke Musical score for “The Chieftain’s Daughter.” [See FMC I 619] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 954
Holyoke Musical score for “The Spotted Fawn.” [See FMC I 586] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 955
Lee Musical score for “The Haunted Wood.” [See FMC I 804] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 956
Murphy Musical score for “Fallen Leaf.” [See FMC I 583] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 957
Fife, 1954 Folk medicine; weather lore; household sayings. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 958
Pogue, 1953 Fragment of song, “The Battle of Shiloh.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 959
Fife, 1954 Tongue-twister. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 960
Hawks, 1953 Description of “parlor” in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 961
Fife, 1954 Superstitions and household sayings. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 962
Fife, 1954 Tongue-twister. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 963
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “A Begger Man” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 964 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 7, side A, Footage: 703-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Stocks, Ward, 1953 Song, “Fifty Years Ago.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 965
Carmack, 1948 Song, “Gay Paree.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 966
Lee, 1946 Song, “Eve.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 967
Mrs. Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, August 1953 Song, “Unused Cot in the Bunkhouse” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 968 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B & 113: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 317-388 & FMT 17: Side A, Footage: 354-414 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112 & 113
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “The Dying Californian” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 969 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 569-695 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Father Noah” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 970 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 056-085 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Fife, 1954 Song, “Brother Noah.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 971
Fife, 1955 Polygamy story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 972
Paul Bailey, Missouri Song, “Utah Carl” (Gladys Baker and Al Whiting, University of Arizona) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 973 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 001-177 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Phyllis Stocks and Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “The Hell-Bound Train” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 974 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 18, side A, Footage: 110-231 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Chamberlain, 1957 Horses, side-saddles; remarkable dogs; superstitions about dogs; Dead Horse Point; Nigger Bill; superstitions about springs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 975
Chamberlain, 1957 Effect of atom bomb on weather; wild dogs; pets of children; pack rats and trade rats. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 976
Spalding, 1948 Musical score for “The Farmer’s Cursed Wife.” [See FMC I 708] Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 977
Two daughters of G. E. Weber, 1958 Song, “Echo Canyon” (Grant Thompson and Don Dunn) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 978 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 5, R-Tape 4: A (Tape X2: B) Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 1, X-2, side B, Footage: 180-234 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 12, R-Tape 4 (Tape X2: B)
Anderson, 1958 Polygamy story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 979
Fife, 1947-1948 Listing of Folk Songs recorded by Austin and Alta Fife, 1947-1948. Supplement No. 2. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 980
Fife, 1949 Listing of Folk Songs recorded by Austin and Alta Fife, 1949. Supplement No. 3. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 981
Fife, 1951 Listing of Folk Songs recorded by Austin and Alta Fife, 1951. Supplement No. 4. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 982
Fife, 1951-1954 Listing of Folk Songs recorded by Austin and Alta Fife, 1951-1954. Supplement No. 5. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 983
Jensen, 1962 Song, Mormon stanza to “Casey Jones.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 984
Morris, 1972 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 985
Morgan, 1973 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 986
Whitby, 1968 Story of polygamy for the next world: man has one hundred women sealed to him in temple. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 987
Fife, 1972 Polygamy story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 988
Mitchell, 1973 J. Golden Kimball story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 989
Briggs, 1950 Song, “Wayfaring Stranger.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 990
Mrs. Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Cowboy Jack” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 991 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B and R-Tape 113: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 229-316 & FMT 17, side A, Footage: 285-353 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112 & R-Tape 113
Phyllis Stocks, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Twenty-One Years” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 992 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 451-466 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Phyllis Stocks, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Haunted Wood” ( or "Haunted Falls") (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 993 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B & R-Tape 113: A & B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 491-601 and FMT 17, side A, Footage: 517-631 and FMT 18, side A, Footage: 319-412 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112 & R-Tape 113
Phyllis Stocks, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Little Joe, the Wrangler” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 994 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: A & 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 602-end and FMT 18, side A, Footage: 540-670 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113 & 114
Mrs. Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “The Rose of San Antone” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 995 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 18, side A, Footage: 413-452 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Mrs. Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “The Gay Caballero” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 996 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 18, side A, Footage: 083-109 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
George Harter, Kahlotus, Washington, 1952 Song, “Mountain Meadows Massacre” (Joseph Tarbet) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 997 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 18, side A, Footage: 671-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Mrs. Gwen Meador, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “The Haunted Hunter” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 998 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 17, side A, Footage: 129-219 & Footage: 487-516 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Evelyn Ward, Phyllis Stocks and Mary Pogue, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “The Farmer’s Boy” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 999 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: A & B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 17, side A, Footage: 220-284 & 632-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Jack Pogue, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “California Joe” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 8, no. 1000 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 18, side A, Footage: 001-058 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Mrs. Gwen Meador, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Red River Valley” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1001 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, 113: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 17: Side A, Footage: 466-486 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “About Four Thousand Years Ago” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1002 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A & R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 007-056 & FMT 15, side A, Footage: 551-611 Archival Reel-to-Reel: Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111 & R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Red River Shore” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1003 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 135-169 & 519-568 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Cruel Sister” (Two Sisters) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1004 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 046-134 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Slim Briggs (composer), of Texas, in Paris, France, 1950 Song, “Lonely Cowhand” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1005 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 001-052 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Slim Briggs, of Texas, in Paris, France, 1950 Song, “Cowboy’s Lament” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1006 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 053-132 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Slim Briggs, of Texas, in Paris, France, 1950 Song, “Flying Saucers” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1007 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 133-288 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Slim Briggs, of Texas, in Paris, France, 1950 Song, “Ten Thousand Miles” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1008 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 281-369 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Frank Hamilton, Los Angeles, California, 1954 Song, “Railroad Bill” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1009 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 370-422 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Sam Hinton, Los Angeles, California, 1954 Song, “St. James Infirmary Blues” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1010 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 423-464 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Mrs. John A. Ray, Mesa, Arizona, 1948 Song, “Oh Zion Dear, How Joyful” (Frances GIllmore, University Arizona FOlklore Archive, LOC) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1011 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 634-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
A. J. Busby, St. David, Arizona, 1948 Song, “None Do Preach The Gospel Like the Mormons Do” (Peter Tufts, Arizona Folklore Archive) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1012 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 543-587 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Abraham J. Busby, Tuscon, Arizona, 1948 Song, “Farewell to Dixie” (Peter Tufts, Univ Arizona Folklore Archive, LOC) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1013 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 19, side A, Footage: 465-542 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
MISSING Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1014
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Father Noah” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1015 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 037-058 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “The Dying Californian” (words not transcribed, see FMC I 969) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1016 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 091-144 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Hopi Song” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1017 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 001-026 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Buck Lee, Clearfield, Utah, 1946 Song, “The Gol-Darned Wheel” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1018 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 629-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Francis Y. Morse, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “A Glass of Sweet Dixie Wine” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1019 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 11, side A, Footage: 412-486 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Barbara Allen” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1020 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 170-248 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1946 Song, “Lord Thomas and Fair Elener Green” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1021 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 249-373 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Devilish Mary” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1022 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 464-518 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Lord Randolph My Son” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1023 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 696-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Chattanooga Choo-Choo” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1024 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 18, side A, Footage: 059-083 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Asa W. Judd, Kanab, Utah, 1947 Song, “Sailors Grave” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1025 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 9, side A, Footage: 001-056 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “ABC Song” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1026 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 379-410 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Battle of Fredericksburg” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1027 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 606-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Gwen Meador, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Battle of Gettysburg” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1028 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 113: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 17, side A, Footage: 001-128 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “The Battleship Maine” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1029 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 434-507 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Charles W. Spaulding, Los Angeles, California, 1948 Song, “Come Give Me Your Attention and I’ll Sing You A Bit of a Song” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1030 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 807-end Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Ephraim Ellertson, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “Cruel Slavery Days” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1030a Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 334-437 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “The Brooklyn Theater Fire” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1031 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 306-378 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Carmack, 1951 Song, “The Brooklyn Theater Fire.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1032
Mrs. Maggie Taylor, Moab, Utah, 1946 Song, “Break the News to Mother” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1033 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 537-628 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Barbara Allen” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1034 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 059-090 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Ben Allen, Los Angeles, California, 1954 Song, “The Farmer's Cursed Wife” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1035 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 340-393 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Frankie and Johnny” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1036 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 475-550 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
L. M. Hilton, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Down in Arkansas” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1037 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 320-333 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Evelyn Ward, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Goin’ back to Texas” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1038 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 194-228 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Ida Red” (words not transcribdec) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1039 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 041-061 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “King William Was King James’ Son” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1040 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 145-173 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Kitty Wells” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1041 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 166-200 and 525-605 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Ben Allen, Los Angeles, California, 1954 Song, “The Lass of the Low Country” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1042 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 114: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 20, side A, Footage: 281-339 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 114
Gideon T. Alvard, Logan, Utah, 1947 Song, “Lost on The Elgin” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1043 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 110: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 12, side A, Footage: 548-647 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 110
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Michael Finnigan” (round) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1044 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 174-193 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Lewis W. Jones, Monroe, Utah, 1946 Song, “Michael Schneider’s Party” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1045 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 146-238 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Joseph H. Watkins, Brigham City, Utah, 1946 Song, “Michael Schneider’s Party” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1046 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 001-079 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “The Milwaukee Fire” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1047 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 243-305 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “My Yaller Gal” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1048 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 507-524 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Zeke Johnson, Ogden, Utah, 1946 Song, “Noah’s Ark” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1049 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 273-319 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Mrs. B. Walker (learned from Mrs. Effie M. Carmack), Los Angeles, California, 1949 Song, “The Owl and The Pussycat” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1050 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 276-325 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1951 Song, “Pearl Bryant” (An Indiana Murder) (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1051 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 118-151 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Pretty White Horses” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1052 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 028-036 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Effie Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “The Rambling Man” (The Gallows Tree) (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1053 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 001-027 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Mrs. Mary Hafen Leavitt, St. George, Utah, 1947 Song, “Sweet Belle Malone” (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1054 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 106: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 5, side A, Footage: 305-398 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 106
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “There was a Bold and Brave Young Farmer” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1055 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 14, side A, Footage: 086-165 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1949 Song, “Two Little Children” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1056 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: A Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 15, side A, Footage: 411-474 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Ephraim Ellertson, Provo, Utah, 1946 Song, “Write a Letter to my Mother” (words not transcribed) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1057 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 11, R-Tape 108: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 5, FMT 8, side A, Footage: 438-536 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 27, R-Tape 108
Rollin, 1947 Song, “Indian Snow.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1058
Lee, 1946 Song, “Utah Carroll.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1059
Mrs. Effie M. Carmack, Atascadero, California, 1948 Song, “Barbara Allen” (words not transcribed; the tune is the same as FMC I 1020) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1060 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 111: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 13, side A, Footage: 374-463 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 111
Phyllis Stocks, Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “Ninety-Nine Years” (words not transcribed; the tune is the same as FMC 992) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1061 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, R-Tape 112: B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 16, side A, Footage: 467-490 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 112
Phyllis Stocks and Evelyn Ward (accompanied by Veronia Stocks), Moab, Utah, 1953 Song, “California Joe” (words not transcribed; see FMC I 1000) (Fife) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1062 Patron Listening Cassette:   Folk Coll 4, no. 4, Box 12, 113: A B Original Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 6, Box 6, FMT 17: Side A, Footage: 415-465 & FMT 18: Side A, Footage: 232-318 Archival Reel-to-Reel:   Folk Coll 4, no. 7, Box 28, R-Tape 113
Fife Observations on the town of Moab, Utah, in 1953. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1063
Fife Proverbial speech from town of Moab, Utah in 1953. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1064
Fife Additional proverbial speech from town of Moab, Utah, 1953. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1065
Lee, 1947 Introduction to song “Blue Mountain” by Judge F. W. Keller, Price, Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. I, Vol. 9, no. 1066



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