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FOLK COLLECTION 4

The Austin and Alta Fife Fieldwork Collection

No. 1: The Fife Mormon Collection

Series II: Manuscript Sources (Vols. 10-18)


Register

Informant, Place, Date Item Description (Collector) Transcript Number Media Location
Jones A Vision Given to Horatio Pickett, March 19, 1914. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 1
McClellan An Account of Mother’s (Mrs. George A. McClellan) Remarkable
Healing in the Salt Lake Temple in June 1914.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 2
Fescher A Tall Story of Pioneer Times, told by Bishop J. W. Boyden. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 3
Fescher A Pioneer Experience with An Indian Who Wanted to Purchase a
White Girl, told by Mrs. Ernest L. Owler.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 4
Richens The Legend of Spirit Lake, told by Eli Lee and Mrs. Enos Empey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 5
Clayton A Story of The Three Nephites, told by Mrs. Elizabeth Rewlins. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 6
Clayton The Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 7
Henderson The Dabbler in Black Magic, or The Man Who Sold Himself to The
Devil.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 8
Henderson Do The Deed Return? Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 9
Hews Chief Walker Wants a White Wife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 10
Sulliven The Woman in Black. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 11
Ott An Old Time Song Composed by George Hicks: “Once I Lived
on Cottonwood.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 12
Sullivan Strange But True (A ‘lost mine” story). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 13
Fescher “Crossing The Plains,” a poem by Donna M. Mecham. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 14
Fescher Fooled Johnson’s Army, from biography of Fanny Pack Elliot. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 15
Fescher Mormons Denied Water. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 16
Fescher Another Story of the Supernatural (Three Nephites), told by Mrs.
Eunice Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 17
Fescher A Faith-Promoting Experience (Blessing of Glasses of Whiskey). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 18
Fescher Discovery of Coal, told by John Battam. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 19
Fescher Poetry of Early Mormonism, written by “Mr. Young.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 20
Fescher Grasshopper Plague, from autobiography of Mary Ann Anderson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 21
Fescher “Ballad of The Walker War,” by Lieut. George McKenzie. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 22
Taylor My Remembrance of Briant Stringham, by Louis Ashby Badger. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 23
Pack Healing With oil, from biographical sketch of Jessie B.
Sterling Pack.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 24
Note on Polygamy, Miracles at Kirkland Temple, from “Lake County
History” (Ohio).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 25
Note on Mormon Financial Practices, from “Lake County History”
(Ohio).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 26
Sketch of Life of Ellen Julian Barratt. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 27
Eggett Journal or Sketch of the History of Abraham Dodge Boynton. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 28
Bear Lake Monster, from Utah State Historical Society Archives. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 29
Eggett Poem honoring his wife, by D. G. Boynton. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 30
Bear Lake Monster, quoted from Deseret News, July 27, 1968. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 31
A “Monster” Story, quoted from The Salt Lake Semi-Weekly
Herald, July 14, 1877.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 32
Pack Ship Carrying Mormons Saved By Prayer, from biographical
sketch of Jessie B. Sterling Pack.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 33
Letter to Heber J. Grant from Wesley Ziegler, 1931, regarding his
conversion to the LDS Church, and the Three Nephites.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 34
The Lost Jack Wright Mine, by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 35
The Lost Rifle Mine, by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 36
Fescher A Song of 1857 -- Johnston’s Army Episode. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 37
Fescher Sayings and Beliefs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 38
Fescher Reminiscences of Early Mormon Days from Autobiography
of Jane Park Jones.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 39
Fail The Mysterious Visitor, told by Mrs. Hector Peterson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 40
Henderson One of the Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 41
Madsen A Three Nephite Story, told by George H. Carstensen. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 42
Hews A Visit of One of the Three Nephites, told by Joseph Nielson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 43
McAllister A Temple Robe Provided Almost Miraculously, from letter
written by Isaac Thunell.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 44
Jarvis “The Old Virgin Ditch,” poem by Mabel Jarvis. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 45
Jarvis Poem written under inspiration of Old Dixie Wine, by Tom McNelly. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 46
Sulliven The Hermitess, told by I. E. Diehl. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 47
Sulliven The Dancing Rooster. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 48
Butler Sketch of the Life of William Sidwell, by Phena C. Sidwell. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 49
Hand A Three Nephite Story. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 50
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Ricks List of Wives of Lot Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 51
Ricks Episode in the Life of Lot Smith, from biography of Lot Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 52
Ricks Indian trouble in Arizona, written by M. Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 53
Lee A Three Nephite Story, told by Mrs. Richard Snelgrove. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 54
Hill Fulfillment of Dream, from Life Sketch of Cynthia Stewart Hill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 55
Hill Dream of Deceased Husband, from Life Sketch of Cynthia Stewart
Hill.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 56
Hill Strange Woman Miraculously Supplies Flour, and Disappears,
from Life Sketch of Cynthia Stewart Hill.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 57
Allen Mormon Trail Blazers: Episode from Life of Sarah Beriah Fiake
Allen.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 58
Sullivan Along the Way: Episode at saloon known as “Bucket of Blood, by
Timothy L. Sullivan.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 59
Sullivan Along the Way: “Appearance” of Devil at a Mine, by Timothy L.
Sullivan.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 60
Hill Food Miraculously Supplied; the Mantle of Joseph, from Sketch
of My Mother’s Life, by Martha S. Hill.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 61
Lowe Healing of Animal, from Experiences of a Typical Mormon Pioneer
Family, by Mary Belnap Lowe.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 62
Geddes Miraculous Healing, from Biography of William Geddes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 63
Nielson Faith Rewarded, from Biography of Andrew Nielson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 64
Hull Conversion of Grandmother, from Biography of Mary Benson Hull. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 65
Packer Polygamy Story, from Life of Polly Mecham Packer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 66
Nash At Midnight Baptisms Miraculous Light Appears, from Journal of
Hester Elvira Poole Nash.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 67
Nash Strange Man Reassures Frightened Women, from Journal of
Hester Elvira Poole Nash.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 68
Mayberry Food Miraculously Supplied, from Biography of Joseph Younger
Mayberry.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 69
Mayberry Courtship and Marriage in Early Days of Utah, from Biography
of Joseph Younger Mayberry.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 70
Mayberry The Seagulls and Crickets Story, from Biography of Joseph Younger
Mayberry.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 71
Mayberry Hay of Generous Pioneer Multiplied, from Biography of Joseph
Younger Mayberry.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 72
Mayberry Premonitions of Son’s Death, from Biography of Joseph Younger
Mayberry.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 73
MISSING Early Patriarchal Blessing (1846). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 74
MISSING Early Patriarchal Blessing of Willard Richards (1845). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 75
Brodie, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Fawn M. Brodie from J. M. Cummings, 1945. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 76
Malouf Excerpt from “A History of Gosiute Indian Relationships
with White Man,” by Carling Malouf.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 77
MISSING Excerpt from “A History of Gosiute Indian Relationships
with White Man,” by Carling Malouf.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 78
Dibble, 1945 Indian-White Relations: Interview with Edward Gibbs, by Charles Dibble. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 79
Dibble, 1945 Indian-White Relations: Interview with Mrs. Charles W. Hill,
by Charles Dibble.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 80
Dibble, 1945 Indian-White Relations: Interview with Mrs. Martha Meecham
Burton, by Charles Dibble.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 81
Winsor Song, “Once I Lived on Cottonwood,” by George A. Hicks (from
Maralyn Winsor).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 82
Winsor Story of Indian Seeing His First White Man, from “Folklore of
Washington County, Utah,” by Maralyn Winsor.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 83
Winsor Ithemar Sprague prank, from “Folklore of Washington County, Utah,”
by Maralyn Winsor.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 84
Winsor Money Miraculously Provided fro Construction of Tabernacle in
St. George, from “Folklore of Washington County, Utah," by Maralyn Winsor.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 85
Winsor Two lines of “St. George and the Drag-On,” from “Folklore of
Washington County, Utah,” by Maralyn Winsor.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 86
Winsor Poem ”It was a land of lengthened day,” and Story of Indians and
a Mirror, from “Folklore of Washington County, Utah,” by Maralyn Winsor.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 87
Marvish, 1946 How Helper Got Its Name, from “Hub of Americanism,” by Lois Marvish. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 88
Sullivan, 1946 The Haunted Slag Dump, by H. J. Sullivan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 89
Sullivan, 1946 Something of the Supernatural, by Harold J. Sullivan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 90
Strandquist, 1945 The Legend of Cape Hiesel, by Ruth Stranquist. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 91
Chawoz A Visit With The Devil, by Lou Anne Chawoz. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 92
Ray Witches, and Ways to Out-Wit Them, from Recollections
of Joseph E. Ray.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 93
Ray Rained Toads, from Recollections of Joseph E. Ray. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 94
Ray Brigham Young tells Visionary to tell His Angel to go to Hell,
from Recollections of Joseph E. Ray.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 95
A Faith Incident: Healing by Prayer, from “Women of Mormondom.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 96
Hovey A Bear Story, from “Early History of Cache Valley,” by M. R. Hovey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 97
Bennett Indian Cures, from History of Sarah Ann Wright Bennett. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 98
Kingsford Affidavits concerning Healing by Laying-on- of-Hands
and Administration in Tongues, from History of Edward Kingsford.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 99
Jenson Elasticity of Buckskin Trousers, from “From Indians to
Squash,” by Gordon W. Jenson.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 10, no. 100
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Butler Mormon Troubles in Gallatin, Missouri, from Sketch and
Incidents from the Life of John Lowe Butler.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 101
Butler Conversion to Mormon Story, from Sketch of and Incidents
from The Life of John Lowe Butler.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 102
Taylor Folk Medicine, from Diary of Leonore Cannon Taylor. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 103
Nash Poem, “Forget Thee,” from The Life-Story of Isaac B.
Nash.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 104
Nash Poem, “Twere Better to Part,” from The Life Story of Isaac
B. Nash.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 105
Nash Song, “Plurality,” from The Life-Story of Isaac B. Nash. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 106
Nash Brigham Young Grants a Divorce, from The Life- Story of
Isaac B. Nash.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 107
Sevy, 1933 Dream of dead father and of Three Nephites, from the
Autobiography of John Lowe Sevy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 108
Sevy, 1933 Missionary Saved From Mob by Still Small Voice, from the
Autobiography of John Lowe Sevy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 109
Dibble, 1945 On Indians Turning White, from An Interview with Edward
Gibbs by Charles Dibble.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 110
Dibble, 1945 Conversion of Indian John Momberg, from An Interview
with Edward Gibbs by Charles Dibble.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 111
Hamilton Historical Sketch of Anne Mennorow Hamilton. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 112
“Ballad of Crossing The Plains,” (from W.P.A. files). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 113
“The Handcart Song,” (from W.P.A. files). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 114
Bullard, 1932 Three Nephites Story, from Autobiographical Sketch of
Mary H. Bullard.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 115
Poem, “When I Got Drunk Again,” (from W.P.A. files). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 116
“Lines by John R. Young,” (from W.P.A. files). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 117
O'Donoghue Poem, “Legend of The Cactus,” by Jack Martin, from A. O’Donoghue,
“The Lost Colony of Owl Creek.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 118
Marsden Baptism Heals Woman and Daughters, from The Diary of Elder
William Marsden of Provo, Utah, Covering Events from 1814 to 1871.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 119
Woodward, 1946 Koyle Dream Mine; Vision; John the Beloved, from Statements
of R. L. Woodward.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 120
Twitchell, 1945 John Baptiste - Grave Robber, by Janice Twitchell. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 121
Lee, 1946 Paul Bunyan in Utah, told by Judge Loofborough. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 122
Ames, 1945 Ghost Stories, by Lorene B. Ames. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 123
Julianelle The Legends of Swan Lake, by Ina Julianelle. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 124
Duncan, 1945 The Lost Josephine Mine, by A. Mickey Duncan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 125
Kimball, 1888 Statement of Mrs. L. W. Kimball on Becoming Bride of Joseph
Smith, and on Polygamy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 126
Dibble, 1945 Recollections of Converted Indians, told by George M. Ward. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 127
Dibble, 1945 Folk Medicine, told by Dave Zundel. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 128
Zundel, 1945 Recollections of John Momberg, told by Dave Zundel. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 129
Wright “Water Cresses,” song, from Estelle N. Wright. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 130
Lee The Morrisites, and a Story about Lot Smith, from Dr.
W. K. Stookey.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 131
Anderson, 1945 Indian-White Relations, by Curly Rastus Anderson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 132
Taylor, 1945 How to Get Rid of Warts, by Elsine Taylor. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 133
Jarvis A Crushed Toad, by Jack W. Jarvis. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 134
Sherwood Indian-White Relations, told by Mrs. C. E. Walton. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 135
Swan Name History of Tooele, by Allen Swan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 136
Jones, 1945 Settlement and Naming of Santaquin, by Lynn Jones. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 137
Bluben, 1945 Name History of Helper, by Dorothy Bluben. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 138
Charroz Suicide Rock, by Lou Anne Charroz. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 139
"Whistling in Heaven," poem, from UHRF Archive. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 140
Lee, 1945 Jesse Knight’s Mine, told by Beauregard Kenner. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 141
Lee, 1946 Synopsis of Mrs. Leon Fonnesbeck’s Story of the Three Nephites. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 142
Lee J. Golden Kimball Story, told by Dr. W. K. Stookey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 143
Johnson, 1940 Letter from Zeke Johnson to President of Manti Temple on
Resurrection of Dead, dated 1940.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 144
Johnson “Mexican Hat: A Desert Legend,” poem. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 145
Johnson Indian Legend of Great White Throne. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 146
Johnson Speaking in Tongues (Zina Young). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 147
Johnson Warning Polygamists to Hide From Deputies. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 148
Johnson Water-witching. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 149
Johnson Account of Nancy M. Johnson Hyde’s Marriage to Joseph Smith. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 150
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Johnson Vision Concerning Unborn Son. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 151
Johnson Bishop’s Wives Take Best Vegetables for Tithe. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 152
Johnson “The Double Breasted Mansion on the Square,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 153
Johnson Transfer of Illness to Another Person, Through Prayer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 154
Johnson Description of Arizona. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 155
Johnson Use of Tobacco to Stay Awake. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 156
Johnson Practical Joke on Green Cowhand. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 157
Johnson Description of Early-Day Dance and Bishop’s Responsibility
and Authority Therein.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 158
Johnson The Telephone comes to Navajo Reservation. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 159
Johnson Reverie of An Old Indian. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 160
Johnson Dialect Story of Englishman Riding a Cow Horse. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 161
Johnson Tall Tale About Cowboy Charming Rattlesnakes. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 162
Johnson “The Crooked Rib,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 163
Johnson Fragment of poem, “O what’s the use of looking back...” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 164
Johnson Tall Tale about Mule catching Jack Rabbits. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 165
Johnson Missionaries Outwit Revivalist Preacher. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 166
Johnson Searching for a Route for the Railroad. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 167
Johnson Hunches. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 168
Tibbs, 1945 The White Horse, by Robyn Tibbs. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 169
Pehrson, 1945 A Miracle, by June Pehrson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 170
Hendricks, 1945 The Amazing “Peepstone Lady,” by Marilyn Hendricks. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 171
Clyde A Superior Being (A Healing), by Carol Clyde. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 172
Olsen, 1945 Faith of the Hereafter (Dream of Dying Fulfilled), by Myron R.
Olsen.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 173
Hendricks, 1945 A Glimpse of Heaven (Transference of Malady to Another, and
a Vision), by Gloria Hendricks.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 174
Fowler, 1945 Vision Restored, by Lorraine S. Fowler. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 175
Rogers, 1945 Faith, by Patricia Rogers. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 176
Higgins, 1945 The Power to Heal, by Eugene Higgins. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 177
Hatch, 1945 A Visit From a Loved One, by Nila Hatch. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 178
Furse, 1945 The Power of the Lord is Almighty (A Healing), by Eldon H. Furse. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 179
Latimer, 1945 Rain Maker, by Regene Latimer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 180
Lee “Don’t Fence Me In: - But, I’ve Been Fenced In,” poem, by Buck Lee. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 181
Lee “The Monkey’s Disgrace,” poem. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 182
Lee, 1946 “The Rainbow Bridge,” poem. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 183
Fife, 1946 Weather Lore from Student Themes at the Utah Humanities
Research Foundation.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 184
McKay, 1946 Letter from H. Grant Ivins to Thomas E. McKay regarding Fawn
Brodie’s No Man Knows My History.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 185
McKay, 1946 Letter from Dean R. Brimhall to Preston Nibley, mostly about
problems connected with Fawn Brodie’s No Man Knows My History.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 186
Murphy, 1946 “California Joe,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 187
Hill, 1938 “The Beginning of Mormonism,” by Nan Hill. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 188
Murphy, 1946 “The Double Tragedy,” song, by Otho Murphy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 189
Murphy, 1946 “Yes, There is a Law,” poem, by Otho Murphy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 190
Murphy, 1946 “Lay Me Down to Sleep,” song, by Otho Murphy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 191
Holyoak, 1946 “The Spotted Fawn,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 192
Holyoak, 1946 “Utah Carl’s Last Ride,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 193
Murphy, 1946 “There’s A Nest, in the West,” song, by Otho Murphy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 194
Pogue, 1946 “Haunted Falls.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 195
Larson, 1946 “Brigham, Brigham Young,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 196
Larson, 1946 “Granny’s Old Arm-Chair,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 197
Brimhall, 1888 Excerpt from “A True History,” by George W. Brimhall (A Vision of
the New Zion).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 198
Brimhall, 1888 Excerpt from “A True History,” by George W. Brimhall (On Polygamy). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 199
Brimhall, 1888 Excerpt from “A True History,” by George W. Brimhall (Feeding the
Saints at Utah Lake at time of Johnston’s Army).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 11, no. 200
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Brimhall, 1888 Oxen Healed by Laying-on-of-Hands. From “A True History,”
by George W. Brimhall.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 201
Brimhall, 1888 Ox Raised from Dead by Laying-on-of-Hands,” by George W.
Brimhall.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 202
Brimhall, 1888 Restored from Dead by Laying-on-of-Hands; Rain Comes in
Answer to Prayer. From “A True History,” by George W. Brimhall.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 203
Brimhall, 1888 Answer to Prayer in Negotiations for Peace Treaty to End
Black Hawk War. From “A True History,” by George W. Brimhall.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 204
Brimhall, 1888 Indian Speech at Peace Treaty in Grass Valley, 1973. From
“A True History,” by George W. Brimhall.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 205
Brimhall, 1888 Prayer Brings Supply of Rabbits to Feed Indians. From “A
True History,” by George W. Brimhall.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 206
Murphy, 1946 “An Indian Song.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 207
Murphy, 1946 “Utah Carroll.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 208
Murphy, 1946 “Our Moab,” by A. M. Rogers, 1912. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 209
Sherwood, 1946 “Blue Mountain Song,” by F. W. Keller. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 210
Robinson, 1934 Church Historian’s Office: History of a Nephite Coin, by
Richard M. Robinson. [See FMC II 216]
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 211
Graham Church Historian’s Office: A Vision of the Next World, by
A. J. Graham.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 212
Adams Heard “the mouth of Joseph...fallen on Brigham Young.” From
autobiography of William Adams.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 213
Andrus Saw Fire Descend on Elders, Speaking in Tongues, and prophecy.
From autobiography of Milo Andrus.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 214
Adams Governor Ford of Illinois Cursed. From autobiography of
William Adams.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 215
Robinson The History of a Nephite Coin, A Personal Experience of
Elder Richard M. Robinson. From Church Historian’s Office.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 216
Taylor, 1946 Letter Discussing Polygamy, written by Sara S. Heki, 1861. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 217
Stuart, 1946 Songs: “My Mountain Home,” “The Mormon Boy,” “Style All
The While,” “When I Got Drunk Again,” by Julian H. Stuart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 218
MISSING Koyle Dream Mine. Deseret News, 1947 Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 219
Fife, 1947 Letter from G. T. Alvord, 1947, Concerning two songs from
early Mormon Days.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 220
MISSING Musical Arrangement of “Blue Mountain,” by Cora Lauridsen. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 221
Fescher, 1946 Early Mormon Cures, from “Utah Folklore, by Clyde Fescher,
“Utah Folklore,” by Julian H. Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 222
Fescher, 1946 Superstitions and Folk Medicine of early Utah, from “Utah
Folklore,” by Clyde Fescher, and “Utah Folklore,” by Julian H. Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 223
Keller, 1947 Notes on “Blue Mountain,” from Letter from F. W. Keller, 1947. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 224
Keller, 1947 Account of Writing “Blue Mountain,” by F. W. Keller. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 225
Brodie, 1947 Letter from Fawn M. Brodie to Francis W. Kirkham Concerning
Joseph Smith’s Trial at Bainbridge.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 226
Meine, 1947 Sketches and Anecdotes of The Old Settlers, and New Comers,
The Mormon Bandits and Danite Band, by J. M. Reid.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 227
Meine, 1947 “The Bully Osprey,” song, from Sketches and Anecdotes of
The Old Settlers, and New Comers, by J. M. Reid.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 228
Fife, 1893-6 Proverbs and Proverbial Expressions, from Missionary Journal
of Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 229
Fife, 1893-6 Miscellaneous Beliefs of Mormon Character, from Missionary
Journal of Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 230
Fife, 1893-6 Miraculous Healing of a Baby Chick, from Missionary Journal
of Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 231
Fife, 1893-6 Laying-on-of-Hands, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 232
Fife, 1893-6 Walking on Water, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 233
Fife, 1893-6 Feet-Washing Ritual, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 234
Fife, 1893-6 Sins of the Fathers, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 235
Fife, 1893-6 Missionaries Bathe, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 236
Fife, 1893-6 “A Missionary Rides in a Dump Cart,” from Missionary Journal of
Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 237
Fife, 1893-6 A Missionary cuts his Beard -- Mock Heroic Style, from Missionary
Journal of Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 238
Fife, 1893-6 Bearing a Testimony to the Restored Gospel -- A Parody of Biblical
Style, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 239
Fife, 1893-6 Fable of the Sack of Grain, from Missionary Journal of Robert
Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 240
Fife, 1893-6 Whopper Tales from Virginia, from Missionary Journal of Robert
Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 241
Fife, 1893-6 Carry Old Ezekiel Home, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 242
Fife, 1893-6 Nigger Got Religion, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 243
Fife, 1893-6 Negro Preacher, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris Fife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 244
Fife, 1893-6 Negro Songs, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris Fife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 245
Fife, 1893-6 A Negro Protracted Meeting, from Missionary Journal of Robert
Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 246
Fife, 1893-6 Method of Scalding a Hog, from Missionary Journal of Robert
Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 247
Fife, 1893-6 A Colored Burial, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris Fife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 248
Fife, 1893-6 Miscellaneous Beliefs and Practices, from Missionary Journals of
Robert Harris Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 249
Fife, 1893-6 Notes on Folk Medicine, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris
Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 250
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Fife, 1893-6 Bear Stories, from Missionary Journal of Robert Harris Fife. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 251
Pogue, 1946 “Wedding Bells,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 252
Pogue, 1946 “Columbia Stockade Blues,” from Mary M. Pogue Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 253
Pogue, 1946 “I’ve Learned About Women,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 254
Pogue, 1946 “The Prisoner’s Sweetheart,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 255
Pogue, 1946 “Where is My Boy Tonight,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 256
Pogue, 1946 “Mabel Clair,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 257
Pogue, 1946 “The Blind Child,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 258
Pogue, 1946 “It Tickled Me So I Liked to a Died,” from Mary M. Pogue
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 259
Pogue, 1946 “Sam Johnson,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 260
Pogue, 1946 “Way Over the Mountains,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 261
Pogue, 1946 “In Childhood’s Happy Days of Yore” from Mary M. Pogue
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 262
Pogue, 1946 “Rosy Rambler,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 263
Pogue, 1946 “The Gypsy’s Warning,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 264
Pogue, 1946 “Give My Love To Nell,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 265
Pogue, 1946 "The Haunted Falls" from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 266
Pogue, 1946 "Fatal Wedding," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 267
Pogue, 1946 "Home in the Mountains,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 268
Pogue, 1946 "When the Work's All Done This Fall," from Mary M. Pogue
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 269
Pogue, 1946 "The Two Orphans," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 270
Pogue, 1946 “The Broken Engagement," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 271
Morgan, 1947 Letter from Dale Morgan Regarding Suppression of Folklore
Manuscript, 1947.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 272
Morgan, 1947 Letter from Dale Morgan on General Mormon Research, 1947. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 273
Sherwood, 1946 The Killing of Amass Barton, by Jessie M. Sherwood. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 274
Brodie, 1947 Letter from Fawn Brodie about Suppression of Folklore
Manuscript, and Matters of Other Research, 1947.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 275
Brooks, 1948 "My Mountain Home," song, from Diary of Peter Hanson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 276
Hardt, 1947 Folklore Gathered from the Mormons in Saint David, Arizona, by
Mrs. Luella Hardt, 1947.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 277
Pogue, 1946 "A Little Cabin in the Cascade Mountains", from, Mary M. Pogue
Folksong Albums.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 278
Pogue, 1946 "The Bum's Song," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Albums. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 279
Pogue, 1946 "Somewhere in Old Wyoming," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Albums. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 280
Pogue, 1946 "May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight, Mister," from Mary M. Pogue
Folksong Albums.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 281
Pogue, 1946 "Twenty One Years," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 282
Pogue, 1946 "Any Old Time," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 283
Pogue, 1946 "Dreaming," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 284
Pogue, 1946 "The Long, Long Nail," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 285
Pogue, 1946 "Hack Up Your Dishes," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 286
Pogue, 1946 "Bought a Little Rooster," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 287
Pogue, 1946 "Dawn," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 288
Pogue, 1946 "Upon the Kansas Line," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 289
Pogue, 1946 "The Orphan Girl," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Albums. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 290
Pogue, 1946 "The Hell Bound Train," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 291
Pogue, 1946 The Letter Edged in Black, from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 292
Pogue, 1946 “The Dying Hobo," from Mary M., Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 293
Vogt "One More Chance," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 294
Pogue, 1946 "Cowboy Home Sweet Home," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 295
Pogue, 1946 "Sweet Kitty Wells," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 296
Pogue, 1946 "Let's Make It a Family Affair," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 297
Pogue, 1946 "When It's Night Time In Nevada," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 298
Pogue, 1946 "Ninety-nine Years," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 299
Pogue, 1946 "The Biblical Cowboy," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 12, no. 300
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Pogue, 1946 "Sorghum Molasses," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 301
Pogue, 1946 "I Have No Use for Women," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 302
Pogue, 1946 "The Strawberry Roan," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 303
Pogue, 1946 "The Old Spinning Wheel," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 304
Pogue, 1946 "The Rosewood Casket," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 305
Pogue, 1946 "Oh Willy," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 306
Pogue, 1946 "Liza Up in the 'Simmon Tree," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 307
Pogue, 1946 “The Ship That Never Returned," from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 308
Pogue, 1946 Rhyme on telling fortunes from apple seeds from Mary M.
Pogue Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 309
Pogue, 1946 “Papa Let Her,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 310
Pogue, 1946 “My Darling Clementine,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 311
Jones, 1947 Detachable Members Tale, told by Mrs. Eleanor Nelson. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 312
Blackburn, 1947 “By and By,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 313
Blackburn, 1947 “Earth Life,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 314
Blackburn, 1947 “Hum a Tune and Smile,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 315
Blackburn, 1947 “Early Rising” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 316
Blackburn, 1947 “The Lost Boy,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 317
Blackburn, 1947 “I Am Queen in My Home,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 318
Blackburn, 1947 No title: about death of George Washington, from Elvira Cox
Blackburn Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 319
Blackburn, 1947 “White Man Let Me Go,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 320
Blackburn, 1947 “Watching for Pa,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 321
Blackburn, 1947 “Molly,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 322
Blackburn, 1947 “Get Up in the Morning,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 323
Blackburn, 1947 “You Talk of Sunny Skies to Me,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 324
Blackburn, 1947 “Young Widow,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 325
Blackburn, 1947 “Sitting on the Stile,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 326
Blackburn, 1947 “Don’t Scold,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 327
Pogue, 1946 “Sing Me To Sleep, The Shadows Fall,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 328
Wright, 1946 “Water Cresses.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 329
Pogue, 1946 “The Farmer Boy,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 330
Pogue, 1946 “Cut Down The Old Pine Tree,” from Mary M Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 331
Pogue, 1946 “Aunt Jemima’s Picnic Day,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 332
Pogue, 1946 “Blue Ridge Sweetheart,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 333
Pogue, 1946 “Old 97,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 334
Pogue, 1946 “Oley Olsen,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 335
Holyoak, 1946 “Utah Carl’s Last Ride.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 336
Ivins, 1948 Miracle of steamboat seen in air at Kirkland, from “Short Sketch
of the History of John Pulsipher,” Utah State Historical Society.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 337
Ivins, 1948 Brigham Young speaks to Oxen in Strange Tongue, from Roberts’
Documentary History of The Church...
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 338
McHugh, 1948 Koyle Dream Mine, from letter from Mrs. F. M. McHugh, 1948. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 339
Brimhall, 1948 Bishop Wearing Garments Killed in Train Wreck, from letter
from D. R. Brimhall, 1948.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 340
Fife, 1948 Biography of William Nicol Fife, by Mary Lou Fife, 1948. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 341
Fechser, 1946 “Early Mormon Cures,” from “Utah Folklore,” by Clyde Fescher,
and “Utah Folklore,” by Julian H. Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 342
Fescher, 1946 Superstitions and Cures, from “Utah Folklore,” by Clyde Fescher,
and “Utah Folklore,” by Julian H. Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 343
Stewart, 1946 “Ghosts, Witches, etc.,” from “Utah Folklore,” by Clyde Fescher,
and “Utah Folklore,” by Julian H. Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 344
Stewart, 1946 Songs from “Utah Folklore,” by Julian H. Stewart: “My Mountain Home;”
“The Mormon Boy;” “Style All the While.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 345
Stewart, 1946 Mormon garments, and Porter Rockwell, from “Utah Folklore,”
by Julian H. Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 346
Stewart, 1946 The Three Nephites, from “Utah Folklore,” by Julian H.
Stewart.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 347
McCarthy, 1949 “On the Way to California.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 348
Ellefson, 1949 Anti-Mormon letter from Catherine Bond Ellefson, 1949. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 349
Pogue, 1946 “The Haunted Falls,” from Mary M. Pogue Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 350
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
“The Ballad of Crossing the Plains,” from Utah State Historical
Society.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 351
Blackburn, 1947 “White Man, Let Me Go,” from Elvira Cox Blackburn Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 352
Harter, 1952 “Ballad of Mountain Meadows Massacre,” from George C. Harter. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 353
Hubbard, 1952 “Ballad of Mountain Meadows Massacre,” from Lester A. Hubbard. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 354
Morgan, 1951 Songs from “John W. Young’s Song book,” sent to us by Dale Morgan. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 355
Young, 1952 “Oh, I’d Like to Be a Mormon,” song, from Kimball Young. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 356
Hammond, 1952 Letter regarding “Ballad of the Mountain Meadow Massacre,”
from May C. Hammond.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 357
Pogue, 1953 Settling of Deer Creek, from Pioneer Personal History of
Neal Ray Sr., by Frank Silvey.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 358
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Early Days in Southeastern Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 359
Pogue, 1953 “On The Trail: A Cowboy Story of the West,” by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 360
Pogue, 1953 Indian-White Relations, from Pioneer Personal History of
John E. Pacet by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 361
Pogue, 1953 Folk Medicine, Native Food, Carding, Spinning, Weaving,
Quilting Bees, from Pioneer Personal Questionnaire of Hulda Deseret Nielson.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 362
Pogue, 1953 Black Hawk War; Early Entertainment from Pioneer Personal
History of Alma Lutz, by Arnel Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 363
Pogue, 1953 Activities of “Vigilantes;” Indian Fight in 1881, from Pioneer
Personal History of Joseph Burdkholder, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 364
Pogue, 1953 Zane Gray, by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 365
Pogue, 1953 Rambling Thoughts of a Rimrocker, by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 366
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of William Cooley. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 367
Pogue, 1953 How Soldiers Spring Got Its Name, by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 368
Pogue, 1953 Notes on Robbers’ Roost Gang, and on Place Name, by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 369
Pogue, 1953 Early Clothing; Nigger Bill and the Frenchman, from Pioneer
Personal Questionnaire of Isaac Melvin Stewart, by Arnel Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 370
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences from Pioneer Personal History of Alphus J.
Young, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 371
Pogue, 1953 Indian-White Relations; Outlaw Story, from Pioneer Personal
History of Robert G. Bryant, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 372
Pogue, 1953 “Dog the Sheep,” from Pioneer Personal History of Mark
Richard Walker, by Arnel Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 373
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences from Pioneer Personal History of John Thomas
Loveridge, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 374
Pogue, 1953 Naming of LaSal Mountains, from Pioneer Personal Questionnaire
of Ephraim Young Moore, by Arnel Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 375
Pogue, 1953 Indian-White Relations; Robbers’ Roost Gang; Butch Cassidy,
from Pioneer Personal History of James M. Moore, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 376
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Early Mormon Days in Midwest, from history of
Orris Newell, by Arnel Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 377
Pogue, 1953 Indian-White Relations; California Gold Rush; Settling of
Moab from Pioneer Personal History of Felix G. Murphy Sr.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 378
Pogue, 1953 Making clothing in Early Days, from Pioneer Personal History of
Julie Hills Eager Johnson, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 379
Pogue, 1953 Songs, from Coyote, Polygamy Story; Cowboy Stories; Folk
Medicine, from Reminiscences of Irene Kennison.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 380
Pogue, 1953 Food in Early Days, from Reminiscences of Mrs. Elvira M. Wing
Lance.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 381
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Early Days, from Pioneer Personal History of
Mons Peterson, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 382
Pogue, 1953 Indian-White Relations, from Pioneer Personal History of
Henry John Holyoak, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 383
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Early Days by Delilah Jane Warner Peterson,
interviewed by Arnel Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 384
Pogue, 1953 Crossing the Colorado at High Water; Early Day Clothing, by
John Silvey, interviewed by Frank Silvey.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 385
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Early Days, from Pioneer Personal History of
Frank Marlon Shafer, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 386
Pogue, 1953 “Do You Know?” Place Names of Southeastern Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 387
Pogue, 1953 Early Days in Moab, by F. M. Shafer. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 388
Pogue, 1953 Early Events in The Discovery of Ore Bodies in Western
Colorado and The Great Placer Gold Stampede to the San Juan River.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 389
Pogue, 1953 “I’m a Cowboy from Coyote,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 390
Pogue, 1953 “The Railroad is Coming to Moab,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 391
Pogue, 1953 “I’m a Cowboy from Coyote,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 392
Pogue, 1953 Calamity Jane, and Notorious Women from Southeastern Utah, by
William Cooley.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 393
Pogue, 1953 Butch Cassidy and Eliza Lay, from Pioneer Personal History of
William Cooley, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 394
Pogue, 1953 Indian-White Relations, from Pioneer Personal History of C. L.
Christensen, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 395
Pogue, 1953 Military Day in Provo; Indian-White Relations, from Pioneer
Personal History of Moses L. Burdick, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 396
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Trouble in Oklahoma Territory, from Pioneer
Personal History of John Wesley Barker, by Winford Bunce.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 397
Pogue, 1953 “The Railroad is Coming to Moab,” by Philander Maxwell. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 398
Pogue, 1953 Report on life and Economy of San Juan County. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 399
Pogue, 1953 Discovery of Radium-Bearing Ores in 1899. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 13, no. 400
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Pogue, 1953 The First Marriage in Grand County. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 401
Pogue, 1953 Difficulties of “Hole In Rock” Party. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 402
Pogue, 1953 How Pack Creek Got Its Name. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 403
Pogue, 1953 Cowboys in Southeastern Utah. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 404
Pogue, 1953 Moab's First Irrigation Ditch. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 405
Pogue, 1953 “The Drunkards Dream,” song. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 406
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Trying Times in Nauvoo, by Orris Newell. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 407
Burr, 1953 “Moab--The Barbary Coast,” Recollections of Early Days,
by Allien Burr.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 408
Burr, 1953 Fictitious Ghost Story about Lake Warner, by Allien Burr. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 409
Burr, 1953 Parody of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,” by Allien Burr. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 410
Burr, 1953 Epitaph. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 411
Pogue, 1953 Troubles of “Hole in Rock” Party, from History of Henry
Holyoak, by Henry John Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 412
Pogue, 1953 Bear Story, from A Brief History of the Life of John
Thomas Loveridge.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 413
Pogue, 1953 Cowboy Drowns, from A Brief History of the Life of John
Thomas Loveridge.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 414
Pogue, 1953 “The Drunkards Dream,” recited by Mrs. Lydia Watts. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 415
Pogue, 1953 Difficulties of “Hole in Rock” Party, from History of Henry
John Holyoak, by Henry John Holyoak and Lucille Holyoak Mecham.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 416
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Mormon Battalion and Sutter's Mill, from Life
Story of Alford G. Wilson, by Phonetta C. Wilson.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 417
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Early Entertainments in Moab, by Mrs. J. W.
Hawks.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 418
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of John Peterson, including polygamy, busting
broncs, preparing for a mission, etc., by his daughter.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 419
Pogue, 1953 Place Names of Grand County. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 420
Pogue, 1953 On History of Moab, from Thomas Trout. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 421
Pogue, 1953 Reminiscences of Life in Early Days, by Mary E. Kenney
Borreson.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 422
Pogue, 1953 Ceremony of Marriage in Early Days, by Mrs. Louisa
Powell Grimm.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 423
Pogue, 1953 Games, Nick Names, Fourth of July in Moab. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 424
Pogue, 1953 Cowboy Dances and Indian Dances in Moab, from History
of Henry Holyoak.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 425
Holyoak, 1953 “The Cowboy's Lament,” from Genevieve Holyoak. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 426
Pogue, 1953 “Ballad of the Mountain Meadow Massacre,” from Heber Murphy. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 427
Pogue, 1953 Bear Story; Indian Story; Bonanza Mine, from History of
Felix G. Murphy Sr.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 428
Pogue, 1953 Bear Story; Indian Story; Bonanza Mine, from History of
Felix G. Murphy Sr.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 429
Pogue, 1953 The Best Horse Race Ever Run in Moab, by Johnny Pace. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 430
Pogue, 1953 Power Plants in San Juan County by Frank Silvey. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 431
Chamberlain, 1953 “Angus M.,” poem, by Jim Stocks. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 432
Wilcox, 1953 A Short History of The Life of Abraham Day (complete). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 433
Wilcox, 1953 A Brief History of the Descendants of Edward Wilcox I,
by Grace Candlend Jacobson (complete).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 434
Wilcox, 1953 The Early Days in Utah and The Blackhock War. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 435
Wilcox, 1953 Early Events in Utah (Johnston's Army). Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 436
Meador, 1953 Interview with Mrs. Gwen Meador on her song collection. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 437
Fife, 1953 Introduction to the Album of Songs of Mrs. Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 438
Meador, 1953 Notes on the Album of Songs of Mrs. Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 439
Meador, 1953 Forty-Five, I'm Just Forty-Five,” from Folksong Album of
Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 440
Meador, 1953 “Adam Never Had No Mammy,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 441
Meador, 1953 “Kitty Wells,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 442
Meador, 1953 “Nora Darling,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 443
Meador, 1953 “We Sat Beside The Window,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 444
Meador, 1953 “When The Bees Are In the Hive,” from Folksong Album of
Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 445
Meador, 1953 "Savannah Home,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 446
Meador, 1953 “Song of Sunny South,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 447
Meador, 1953 “Battle of Gettysburg,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 448
Meador, 1953 “I Laughed,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 449
Meador, 1953 “I’ll Remember You Love, in My Prayers,” from Folksong Album
of Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 450
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Meador, 1953 “Red River Valley,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 451
Meador, 1953 “Forget Me Not,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 452
Meador, 1953 “Bring Back the Old Folks, Willie,” from Folksong Album of
Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 453
Meador, 1953 “Come Home With Me, Madge,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 454
Meador, 1953 “Two Little Playmates,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 455
Meador, 1953 “Old New Hampshire,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 456
Meador, 1953 “Dear Italian Girl,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 457
Meador, 1953 “Robin,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 458
Meador, 1953 “I Once Had A Home,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 459
Meador, 1953 “Fallen Leaf,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 460
Meador, 1953 “The Texas Ranger,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 461
Meador, 1953 “Ella Rhee,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 462
Meador, 1953 “Still We Can Love,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 463
Meador, 1953 “Wabash,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 464
Meador, 1953 “Sweet Sunny South,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 465
Meador, 1953 “Patrick, Mind The Baby,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 466
Meador, 1953 “The Old Log Barn,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 467
Meador, 1953 “Down By The River,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 468
Meador, 1953 “The Haunted Hunter,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 469
Meador, 1953 “Shadow of the Pines,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 470
Meador, 1953 “Little Rose,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 471
Meador, 1953 “Dreaming,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 472
Meador, 1953 “Miss Without the Bars,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 473
Meador, 1953 “I’ll Be All Smiles Tonight,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 474
Meador, 1953 “Louise,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 475
Meador, 1953 “Life’s Other Side,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 476
(no entry) Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 477
Meador, 1953 “Ilah,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 478
Meador, 1953 “Won’t You Leave Off Drinking, Papa,” from Folksong Album
of Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 479
Meador, 1953 “Two Little Children,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 480
Meador, 1953 "You Ask Me To Forgive the Past,” from Folksong Album of Gwen
Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 481
Meador, 1953 “Goodbye to the Stepping Stone,” from Folksong Album of Gwen
Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 482
Meador, 1953 “Let Me Kiss You, Papa,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 483
Meador, 1953 “Lily on the Pond,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 484
Meador, 1953 “I’ll Remember You, Love, in My Prayers,” from Folksong Album
of Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 485
Meador, 1953 “In the Cottage By The Sea,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 486
Meador, 1953 “The Lost Child (The Passing Policeman),” from Folksong Album
of Gwen Meador.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 487
Meador, 1953 “Christine Leroy,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 488
Meador, 1953 “Sweet Sunny South,” from Folksong Album of Gwen Meador. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 489
Fife, 1953 Introduction to Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 490
Fife, 1953 Notes on Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 491
Stocks, 1953 “Answer to 21 Years,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 492
Stocks, 1953 “Be Honest With Me, Dear,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 493
Stocks, 1953 “The Blind Child,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 494
Stocks, 1953 “The Bright Mohawk Valley,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 495
Stocks, 1953 “The Broken Engagement,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 496
Stocks, 1953 “Butcher Boy,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 497
Stocks, 1953 “California Joe,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 498
Stocks, 1953 “Camp Mover’s Luck,” by Jack Murphy, from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 499
Stocks, 1953 “Cascade Mountains,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 14, no. 500
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Stocks, 1953 “Chattanooga Choo-Choo,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 501
Stocks, 1953 “Columbus Stockade Blues,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 502
Stocks, 1953 “Cowboy Jack,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 503
Stocks, 1953 “The Cowboy's Home Sweet Home,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 504
Stocks, 1953 “Daddy and Home,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 505
Stocks, 1953 “Down in The Valley,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 506
Stocks, 1953 “Down in The Valley,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 507
Stocks, 1953 “Do You Care,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 508
Stocks, 1953 “The Dying Cowboy,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 509
Stocks, 1953 “El Rancho Grande,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 510
Stocks, 1953 “The Farmer's Boy,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 511
Stocks, 1953 “Fifty Years Ago,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 512
Stocks, 1953 “The Gay Caballero,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 513
Stocks, 1953 “The Girl I Left Behind Me,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 514
Stocks, 1953 “The Gypsy's Warning,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 515
Stocks, 1953 “Haunted Falls,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 516
Stocks, 1953 “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You.” from Verona
Stocks Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 517
Stocks, 1953 “Hawaii” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 518
Stocks, 1953 “The Hell-Bound Train,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 519
Stocks, 1953 “Home o’ The Hearts,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 520
Stocks, 1953 “Home On The Range,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 521
Stocks, 1953 “I Don't Work for a Living,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 523
Stocks, 1953 “I'm Yours,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 524
Stocks, 1953 “I Took My Girl to a Ball One Night,” from Verona Stocks
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 525
Stocks, 1953 “It's All Gone Now,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 526
Stocks, 1953 “It's a Short, Short Life,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 527
Stocks, 1953 “It Tickled Me So I Like to Died,” from Verona Stocks
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 528
Stocks, 1953 “Jack and Joe,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 529
Stocks, 1953 “Kiss the Girls Goodbye,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 530
Stocks, 1953 “Let’s Get Away from It All,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 531
Stocks, 1953 “The Letter Edged in Black,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 532
Stocks, 1953 “Little Darling,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 533
Stocks, 1953 “Little Joe, the Wrangler,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 534
Stocks, 1953 “Love Letters in The Sand,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 535
Stocks, 1953 “Mabel Claire,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 536
Stocks, 1953 “May I Sleep in Your Barn,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 537
Stocks, 1953 “Memories of Ireland,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 538
Stocks, 1953 “Missing,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 539
Stocks, 1953 “Missouri Waltz,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 540
Stocks, 1953 “My Sister and I,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 541
Stocks, 1953 “‘Neath The Crust of an Old Apple Pie,” from Verona Stocks
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 542
Stocks, 1953 “Old Faithful,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 543
Stocks, 1953 “The Old Man’s Story,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 544
Stocks, 1953 “The Old Pine Tree,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 545
Stocks, 1953 “The Old Quart Bottle,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 546
Stocks, 1953 “Oley Olsen,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 547
Stocks, 1953 “On the Banks of The Ohio,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 548
Stocks, 1953 “The Orphan Girl,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 549
Stocks, 1953 “Patonia, The Pride of the Plains,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 550
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Stocks, 1953 “The Prisoner’s Song,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 551
Stocks, 1953 “The Prisoner’s Sweetheart,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 552
Stocks, 1953 “The Prisoner’s Sweetheart,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 553
Stocks, 1953 “Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 554
Stocks, 1953 “The Red River Valley,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 555
Stocks, 1953 “Red River Valley,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 556
Stocks, 1953 “Red Wing,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 557
Stocks, 1953 “River Stay Away From My Door,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 558
Stocks, 1953 “Rosie Rambler,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 559
Stocks, 1953 “Sam Johnson,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 560
Stocks, 1953 “San Anton Rose,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 561
Stocks, 1953 "She’s a Pretty Little Dear,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 562
Stocks, 1953 “Silver Bell,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 563
Stocks, 1953 “The Silver Snow,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 564
Stocks, 1953 “Sing Me To Sleep,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 565
Stocks, 1953 “Smoky Mountain Bill,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 566
Stocks, 1953 “Somebody’s Boy,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 567
Stocks, 1953 “Stockade Blues,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 568
Stocks, 1953 “Strawberry Roan,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 569
Stocks, 1953 “The Strawberry Roan,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 570
Stocks, 1953 “Sweet By and By,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 571
Stocks, 1953 “There is an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight,” from Verona
Stocks Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 572
Stocks, 1953 “There’s Somebody Waiting for You,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 573
Stocks, 1953 “Took My Girl Out Walking,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 574
Stocks, 1953 “Twenty-One Years,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 575
Stocks, 1953 “The Two Orphans,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 576
Stocks, 1953 “Under the Light of the Western Stars,” from Verona Stocks
Folksong Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 577
Stocks, 1953 “Was that Somebody You?” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 578
Stocks, 1953 “Way Over the Mountain,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 579
Stocks, 1953 “Wedding Bells,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 580
Stocks, 1953 “Wedding Rhymes,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 581
Stocks, 1953 “Whatcha Know Joe,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 582
Stocks, 1953 “When The Work’s All Done This Fall,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 583
Stocks, 1953 “Where is My Boy Tonight,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 584
Stocks, 1953 “Why Don’t We Do This More Often,” from Verona Stocks Folksong
Album.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 585
Stocks, 1953 “The Wreck of Old 97,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 586
Stocks, 1953 “The Wreck of Old No. 9,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 587
Stocks, 1953 “The Wreck of the Titanic,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 588
Stocks, 1953 “You Can Smile,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 589
Stocks, 1953 “You Can Smile,” from Verona Stocks Folksong Album. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 590
Ostland, 1953 “Minnehaha,” from Mrs. Marie Ostland. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 591
Brooks, 1952 Letter on “The Ballad of the Mountains Meadows Massacre,”
from Juanita Brooks, 1952.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 592
Morgan, 1951 Letter from Dale Morgan on Joseph Smith, 1951. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 593
Lee, 1952 French Handbill on California Gold Rush. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 594
Lee, 1952 Messengers From The Lord, from Personal History of Mrs. Mary
E. Crawford, 1912.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 595
Brooks, 1953 Notes on Methods of Enforcing Control of Saint in Early Days,
from letter from Juanita Brooks, 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 596
Brooks, 1954 Ithamer Spraque Story, from letter from Juanita Brooks, 1954. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 597
Brooks, 1954 “Adam-Ondi-Ahman,” song, from letter from Juanita Brooks, 1954. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 598
Brooks, 1954 “Adam-Ondi-Ahman,” song, from letter from Juanita Brooks, 1954. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 599
Keller, 1954 Statement on composition of “Blue Mountain,” by F. W. Keller,
1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 15, no. 600
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Brooks, 1954 Notes on manuscript for Saints of Sage and Saddle, in letter
from Juanita Brooks dated August 5, 1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 601
Fife, 1929 Patriarchal blessing given to Austin E. Fife by Joseph
Keddington, June 18, 1929.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 602
Swickerd, 1954 Music transcription of fiddle and banjo tunes recorded in
Moab, Utah, in 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 603
Brimhall, 1945 Bishop, wearing garments, only person killed in D. & R. G.
Train wreck. Letter from Dean Brimhall, July 13, 1945.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 604
Fife, 1931 Patriarchal blessing given to Alta S. Fife by Israel Call,
December 26, 1931.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 605
Chamberlain, 1953 “Granddad,” original poem in honor of Angus M. Stocks, by
Emma Stocks McCord.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 606
Chamberlain, 1953 Song for Stocks reunion in Moab, written by Nella Rose Lemmon. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 607
Fife, 1903 “Old Folks Song.” to the tune of “Annie Laurie,” written by
Robert H. Fife, June 17, 1903.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 608
Ellefson, 1950 Blood atonement, and Mormonism in general. Letter from Catherine
Bond Ellefson, Patagonia, Arizona, February 8, 1950.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 609
Baalen, 1950 A supposed instance of blood atonement, Letter from J. K. Van
Baalen to Mrs. Winsor Ellefson, February 3, 1950.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 610
Brimhall, 1883 Invitation to “Legislative Party,” addressed to “Hon. George
Brimhall and Ladies,” dated June 1, 1883.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 611
Ivins, 1957 Poem, “Buckley's Lamentation for Want of More Wives.” From
Warsaw Message (Warsaw, Illinois), February 7, 1844.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 612
Ivins, 1957 Song, “The Reformation,” from The Deseret News (Salt Lake
City, Utah), November 26, 1856.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 613
Brooks, 1956 “We Left Our Homes in Utah,” composed in 1874 by workers
on the fort on the Colorado River. From Juanita Brooks, December 1956.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 614
Brooks, 1956 Notes by Juanita Brooks on the songs in the Fife booklet,
The Southwest in Ballad and Song.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 615
Haywood, 1953 Charles Haywood's notes on “Ballad of the Mountain Meadows
Massacre.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 616
Lauritzen, 1958 Circumstances of moving Indians to Fort Sumner, as told by
a 66-year-old Navajo to Bert Tallsalt, in Brigham City, 1958.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 617
Clayton, 1958 Rhyme on disposition of goods paid as tithing in Paris, Idaho.
Collected by Robert and Mildred Clayton, 1958.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 618
Clayton, 1958 Satiric verses an the Bear Lake Monster, from unidentified
newspaper clipping. Collected by Robert and Mildred Clayton, 1958.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 619
Fife, 1958 Items of folklore from class at Utah State University, 1958:
an amulet; a talisman; Mormon taboo; folk medicine; legends.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 620
Fife, 1958 Items of folklore from class at Utah State University, 1958:
polygamy stories.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 621
Fife, 1958 Items of folklore from class at Utah State University, 1958:
practical jokes.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 622
Fife, 1958 Items of folklore from class at Utah State University, 1958:
Word of Wisdom stories, including a J. Golden Kimball one.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 623
Fife, 1958 Items of folklore from class at Utah State University, 1958:
stories of punishment for disobedience or blasphemy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 624
Fife, 1958 Items of folklore from class at Utah State University, 1958:
stories of naming of a place or person.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 625
Maughan, 1958 Brief history of the life of Thomas Freestone, 1795-1858. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 626
Toelken, 1959 A version of “The Ballad of the Mountain Meadows Massacre,”
from a letter from Barre Toelken dated February 24, 1959.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 627
Toelken, 1958 A Mormon parody of “Oh Dear, I'm Sad,” from Barre Toelken in
a letter dated December 1958.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 628
Pogue, 1953 “Miners Basin,” a typewritten manuscript loaned by Mary M.
Pogue, Moab, Utah, August 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 629
Pogue, 1953 History of Hulda Deseret Allred Nielsen, a typewritten manuscript
loaned by Mary M. Pogue, Moab, Utah, August 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 630
Silvey, 1939 "Dandy Crossing," The Romance of the Lost Rifle Sight
Mine. [In Volume 17]
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 17, no. 631
[IN VOLUME 17]
Knopf, 1945 Unpublished review of Fawn M. Brodie's No Man Knows My History
written by Austin E. Fife.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 632
Fife, 1947 “Mormon Pilgrimage,” unpublished manuscript by Austin Fife
describing trip from Vermont to Utah in 1946.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 633
Young, 1955 In Re The Origin of The “Book of Mormon,” Manuscript by Kimball
Young, loaned January 29, 1955.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 634
Poll The Political Reconstruction of Utah Territory, 1866-1890,”
manuscript by Richard D. Poll (undated).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 635
Lee, 1964 “The Miller Home” (Vernal, Utah), student paper by JoAnn
Mitchell, written for class taught by Hector Lee in California, 1964.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 636
Browne, 1965 Miscellaneous items of lore about the Mormons, from classes
of Ray B. Browne, Purdue University, 1965.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 637
Burt, 1958 Poem, “Porter Rockwell,” from newspaper clipping in scrapbook
of Olive Woolley Burt's Mother. No source.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 638
Pogue, 1954 Song, “Mollie Dear,” from George M.. Pogue, Holbrook,
Arizona, 1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 639
Pogue, 1954 Song, “The Dying Cowboy,” from George M. Pogue, Holbrook,
Arizona, 1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 640
Pogue, 1954 Song, “Magie” [sic], from George M. Pogue, Holbrook,
Arizona, 1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 641
Pogue, 1954 Song, “The 2 Soldiers,” from George M. Pogue, Holbrook,
Arizona, 1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 642
Pogue, 1954 “Lineament [Linament] Song,” from George M. Pogue, Holbrook,
Arizona, 1954.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 643
Pogue, 1954 Song, “Shilo,” from George M. Pogue, Holbrook, Arizona, 1954. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 644
Young, 1889 Note on Salt Lake's “conference weather” from letter written
by Florence Young, April 4, 1889.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 645
Marston, 1960 Fragment of “Dandy Crossing Song” from Otis Marston,
Berkeley, California, April 23, 1960.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 646
Brooks, 1971 Fragment of Eliza R. Snow's hymn about the Last Days. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 647
Smith, 1951 Letter from Joseph Fielding Smith dated December 17, 1951,
acknowledging receipt of “Ba11ad of the Mountain Meadows Massacre.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 648
Brodie, 1947 Letter from Fawn M. Brodie to Francis W. Kirkham, April 2,
1947, with copies of article from Chenango Union of 1877 by W. D. Purple.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 649
MacCarthy, 1953 List of Boosinger Papers relating to early history of L.D.S.
Church, in possession of M. S. MacCarthy, Glendale, California, 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 16, no. 650
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Silvey, 1939 “Dandy Crossing: The Romance of the Lost Rifle Sight Mine,”
manuscript by Silvey, loaned by Mary M. Pogue, Moab, Utah, August 1953.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 17, no. 631
Informant, Date Collection Item Description Collection Item Number
Fife, 1949 Letter from Joseph Fielding Smith, Office of the Church
Historian Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, dated March 17, 1949.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 651
Fife, 1948 Exchange of letters, Austin E. Fife & Earl E. Olson,
Librarian for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in June & July, 1948.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 652
Fife, 1950 Exchange of letters between Austin E. Fife and Gordon B.
Hinckley of the Church Radio Committee, in May and June 1950.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 653
Fife, 1971 Address on “Stone Houses of Northern Utah” by A. E. Fife,
1971. 34 pages; of drawings of houses.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 654
Fife, 1956 Address on “Fo1k Architecture and Pioneer Houses of Moab,
Utah” by A. E. Fife, 1956. 13 pages of drawings of houses.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 655
Fife, 1971 Address on “Maisons de Pierre du nord de l’Utah” by A. E. Fife. Given in Paris, 1971. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 656
Sandberg, 1972 Letter from Carma L. Sandberg, Provo, Utah, 1972, Smart-Parkinson
polygamy story and the Peepstone Lady of Cache Valley.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 657
Whitby, 1966 Life history of Thomas Barratt Whitby, written 1966 by Eva
Whitby Lamb 1845-1909.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 658
Whitby, 1972 Life history of John, Albert Whitby, 1972, by Alice Whitby
Carlisle. 1885-1972.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 659
Roberts, 1972 Letter from Warren Roberts, 1972, B1oomingtan, Indiana,
giving possible explanation of second-story door.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 660
Glassie, 1970 Letter from Henry Glassie, Bloomington, Indiana, 1970, on
house types: Mormon, stone.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 661
Lind Brief life sketch of John P. and Emma Lind. Fencing in
Oakley - Almo area (southern Idaho).
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 662
Lind Ibid. Stories of wild cattle in the same area. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 663
Lind Ibid. The, City of Rocks, with names and descriptions of
many formations therein. Legends of gold buried there by highwaymen.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 664
Lloyd, 1973 Letter to John Lloyd from his “Uncle Jim,” 1973. The Almo
(Idaho) Massacre. Mobsters from Missouri punished by it.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 665
Blackburn, 1947 Titles of songs in folk song album of Elvira Cox Blackburn,
Orderville, Utah, 1947. 64 songs listed.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 667
Carmack, 1948 List of songs Mrs. Effie Carmack, Atescadero, California,
could sing, 1948. 404 songs.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 668
Pogue Alphabetical listing of songs in Mary Murphy Pogue album,
in Moab, Utah. 60 songs.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 669
Whitby, 1897 Patriarchal blessing of Mary Emma Whitby, 1897. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 670
Whitby, 1897 Patriarchal blessing of Clara Matilda Whitby (Stevens), 1897. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 671
Whitby, 1896 Patriarchal blessing of Mary, E. Whitby, 1896. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 672
Whitby, 1897 Patriarchal blessing of Emma Sarah Whitby. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 673
Whitby, 1897 Patriarchal blessing of Thomas B. Whitby. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 674
Lee, 1974 Letter to Hector Lee from Gera1d Henrie, Provo, Utah, 1974.
Prophecies concerning building of Manti LDS temple.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 675
Lee, 1974 Ibid. Brigham Young's account of Angel Moroni dedicating
site of Manti temple.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 676
Beyers Song : “The Boys of Sanpete County.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 677
Lee, 1948 Letter to Hector Lee from Ruth Louise Partridge, Provo,
1948, giving verse & chorus of song verse used for “Brigham, Brigham Young.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 678
Lund, 1949 Letter from A. William Lund, Asst., Church Historian, 1949.
Information on L.D.S. hymn book “The Beehive Songster.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 679
Fife, 1909 Patriarchal blessing of Robert Harris Fife, 1909. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 680
Cook/Workman, 1874 Song “We Left Our Homes in Utah,” by Dave Cook and Sam Workman,
1874.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 681
Burt, 1958 Clipping from old scrapbook, no date, no name. Poem:
“Old Port Rockwell.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 682
Spottwood, 1976 Song, “Marching through Dixie.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 683
Lee, 1966 Katie Lee’s comments on Frank Hamilton’s recording of,
“Blue Mountain.” 1966.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 684
Song, “Once I Lived on Cottonwood.” Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 685
Fife Autobiography of Elizabeth Watts Fife, 1839-1923. Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 686
Lee, 1978 Letter to Hector Lee from Fifes, 1978. Notes on song
“Blue Mountain.”
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 687
Catmull, 1980 Paper submitted to Hector Lee, 1980, Three Nephite stories.
J. Golden Kimball stories. Protective power of L.D.S. garments.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 688
Whitby, 1909 Notes made by John A. Whitby about his journey to L.D.S.
mission field in 1909.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. II, Vol. 18, no. 689



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