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Guide to the Lorenzo Dow Turner Papers 1915/1973

Overview of the Collection

Title:

Lorenzo Dow Turner Papers

Dates:

1915-1973

Collector:

Turner, Lorenzo Dow

Size:

52.00

Repository:

Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies

Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL, 60208
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/africana
Email: africana@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-467-3084

Abstract:

Lorenzo Dow Turner served as Professor of English and lecturer in African Cultures at Roosevelt University College in Chicago. The Papers document Turner's extensive educational training, his long teaching career first at Fisk University and then at Roosevelt University, his exhaustive linguistic research, and the revolutionary theories on black speech development in America that he pioneered. Of special interest are cassette tapes including copies of the original sound recordings made by Turner.

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Personal Name:

Turner, Lorenzo Dow

Turner, Lorenzo Dow--Correspondence

Topical Term:

African languages--Study and teaching--United States

Field recordings--Africa

Field recordings--Sea Islands

Linguistics--Research--United States

Sea Islands Creole dialect

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Lorenzo Dow Turner Papers were donated to the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies on May 10, 1984, by Professor Turner's widow, Mrs. Lois T. Williams.

Processing Information

Thomas J. Dorst, August, 1984.

Conditions Governing Access

None.

Related Materials

The original sound recordings may be found at the Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Arrangement of Materials

The Papers are arranged in nine subseries: biographical material, correspondence, notes from Turner's student career, research files, index cards (3 x 5), publications, and sound recordings.

Scope and Contents

The Lorenzo Dow Turner Papers, spanning the years 1915-1973, comprise in excess of twenty-six cubic feet of material. The Papers are arranged in nine subseries: biographical material, correspondence, notes from Turner's student career, research files, index cards (3 x 5), publications, and sound recordings. The Papers document Turner's extensive educational training, his long teaching career first at Fisk University and then at Roosevelt University, his exhaustive linguistic research, and the revolutionary theories on black speech development in America that he pioneered. Of special interest are cassette tapes including copies of the original sound recordings made by Turner.

The nearly seven hundred audio discs and over one hundred twenty-five tape and wire recordings originally included in the Lorenzo Dow Turner papers were deposited in the Archives of Traditional Music at Indiana University, Bloomington in 1986. Many of the recordings are accompanied by a more detailed inventory than is provided with this finding aid. The vast majority of the sound recordings were made by Turner in the course of his research into the origins and development of the dialect known as Gullah that is spoken by the black population of the Georgia Sea Island. It was Turner's discovery that this dialect was not the result of the original slaves' attempt to understand and speak English but rather an evolutionary combination of various African languages. Cassette tape copies of the original recordings are stored with the rest of the papers at the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies.

The biographical material fills approximately one and one-half boxes and includes diaries, clippings, program and lecture announcements, and several photographs. Turner compiled a fairly complete record of announcements of his public appearances, participation in professional meetings and non-professional community activities. In addition to the material in the first two boxes of the series, the flat storage container and the oversize folders contain clippings, certificates and other related materials, including copies of a newspaper for the black community that Turner edited in Baltimore in the 1920s.

The correspondence comprises seven and one-half boxes and spans the period 1923-1973. The bulk of the correspondence is professional and routine in nature. However, Turner used his correspondence to elaborate and defend his theories of black speech development in America. The correspondence also documents the career of a black academic from the 1920s to the 1960s. Turner took some pains to retain material highlighting his achievements as a professor and department chairman at Fisk and Roosevelt. The correspondence is arranged chronologically.

The student files cover Turner's undergraduate career at Howard University and various graduate and post-graduate studies at Harvard, the University of Chicago, and various European universities. Turner's teaching files and the student papers and reports document his career as a professor of English and a specialist in linguistics. The files pertain chiefly to his two principle appointments at Fisk University and Roosevelt University. Some of the files refer to specific courses but much of the material is general information, topically arranged, from which Turner could develop his lectures. Of some interest are the files pertaining to Turner's involvement in the development of early Peace Corps programs in Africa. He also served as the Peace Corps faculty coordinator at Roosevelt. Also included are materials concerning various visiting professorships held by Turner. Two boxes of student papers are arranged chronologically and three boxes are arranged alphabetically by author. Both undergraduate and graduate papers are included. The remaining twenty-six boxes and the bulk of the audio recordings pertain to Turner's research and publications.

The Papers reflect Turner's intense and comprehensive exploration of the culture and languages of several African tribes; including the Krio, Twi, and Yoruba. In addition, he studied the evolution of blacks taken to South America and placed in a culture considerably different from that of North America. The Papers also include the bulk of Turner's research on Gullah. This includes extensive field interviewing. In addition, the Papers document Turner's wide-ranging comparative analysis between the physical patterns of speech of the Sea Island residents and those of their African antecedents. The research files, publication, index cards and audio recordings should be consulted as a body.

INVENTORY

Biographical Material

Box 1

Folder 1

Colleagues

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 2

Diaries, notebooks, address books

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 3

Diaries, notebooks, address books

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 4

Newspaper/magazine clippings

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 5

Photographs

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 6

Speaking engagements; programs

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 7

Speaking engagements; programs

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 8

Speaking engagements; programs

n.d.

Box 1

Folder 9

Turner mentioned in pamphlets, announcements, etc.

n.d.

Box 2

Folder 1

Turner mentioned in pamphlets, announcements, etc.

n.d.

Box 2

Folder 2

Turner mentioned in pamphlets, announcements, etc.

n.d.

Box 2

Folder 3

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 2

Folder 4

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 2

Folder 5

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 2

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Correspondence

Box 2

Folder 7

Correspondence

1923-1932

Box 2

Folder 8

Correspondence

1933-2/35

Box 3

Folder 1

Correspondence

3/35-12/35

Box 3

Folder 2

Correspondence

1/36-6/36

Box 3

Folder 3

Correspondence

7/36-6/37

Box 3

Folder 4

Correspondence

7/37-4/38

Box 3

Folder 5

Correspondence

5/38-9/39

Box 3

Folder 6

Correspondence

10/39-4/39

Box 3

Folder 7

Correspondence

5/39-8/40

Box 3

Folder 8

Correspondence

9/40-11/41

Box 4

Folder 1

Correspondence

12/41-6/43

Box 4

Folder 2

Correspondence

7/43-3/45

Box 4

Folder 3

Correspondence

4/45-12/45

Box 4

Folder 4

Correspondence

1946

Box 4

Folder 5

Correspondence

1947

Box 4

Folder 6

Correspondence

1948

Box 4

Folder 7

Correspondence

1/49-3/49

Box 4

Folder 8

Correspondence

4/49-8/49

Box 5

Folder 1

Correspondence

9/49-11/49

Box 5

Folder 2

Correspondence

12/49-4/50

Box 5

Folder 3

Correspondence

5/50-8/50

Box 5

Folder 4

Correspondence

9/50-12/50

Box 5

Folder 5

Correspondence

1/51-6/51

Box 5

Folder 6

Correspondence

7/51-10/51

Box 5

Folder 7

Correspondence

11/51-5/52

Box 5

Folder 8

Correspondence

6/52-12/52

Box 5

Folder 9

Correspondence

1/53-5/53

Box 6

Folder 1

Correspondence

6/53-3/54

Box 6

Folder 2

Correspondence

4/54-12/54

Box 6

Folder 3

Correspondence

1955

Box 6

Folder 4

Correspondence

1/56-3/56

Box 6

Folder 5

Correspondence

4/56-9/56

Box 6

Folder 6

Correspondence

10/56-12/56

Box 6

Folder 7

Correspondence

1/57-4/57

Box 6

Folder 8

Correspondence

5/57-12/57

Box 6

Folder 9

Correspondence

1/58-2/59

Box 7

Folder 1

Correspondence

3/59-12/59

Box 7

Folder 2

Correspondence

1/60-6/60

Box 7

Folder 3

Correspondence

7/60-4/61

Box 7

Folder 4

Correspondence

5/61-9/61

Box 7

Folder 5

Correspondence

10/61-2/62

Box 7

Folder 6

Correspondence

3/62-7/62

Box 7

Folder 7

Correspondence

8/62-12/62

Box 7

Folder 8

Correspondence

1/63-8/63

Box 7

Folder 9

Correspondence

9/63-12/63

Box 7

Folder 10

Correspondence

1964

Box 8

Folder 1

Correspondence

1/65-3/65

Box 8

Folder 2

Correspondence

4/65-12/65

Box 8

Folder 3

Correspondence

1966

Box 8

Folder 4

Correspondence

1/67-11/67

Box 8

Folder 5

Correspondence

12/67-1/69

Box 8

Folder 6

Correspondence

2/69-3/70

Box 8

Folder 7

Correspondence

4/70-12/73

Box 9

Folder 1

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 2

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 3

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 4

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 5

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 6

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 7

Correspondence

n.d.

Box 9

Folder 8

Correspondence

n.d.

Turner's Student Notes

Box 9

Folder 9

English 87, A and B

1920

Box 9

Folder 10

Harvard notebooks

1915-17

Box 10

Folder 1

Harvard notebooks

1915-17

Box 10

Folder 2

Harvard notebooks

1915-17

Box 10

Folder 3

History

1930

Box 10

Folder 4

Howard University notebooks

1914

Box 10

Folder 5

Howard University notebooks

1914

Box 10

Folder 6

Various literature course notes

n.d.

Box 10

Folder 7

Literature course notes

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 1

Literature course notes

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 2

Literature course notes

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 3

Literature course notes

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 4

Literature course notes

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 5

Literature course notes

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 11

Folder 7

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Teaching

Class Notes

Box 12

Folder 1

African Linguistics-Swahili

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 2

African Linguistics-Yoruba

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 3

Culture Studies 240

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 4

Culture Studies 340

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 5

Culture Studies 341

n.d.

English/Literature: Alphabetical

Box 12

Folder 6

American Drama

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 7

American Literature 1608-1860 (English 251)

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 8

American Literature 1608-1860 (English 251)

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 9

American Literature 1608-1860 (English 251)

n.d.

Box 12

Folder 10

American Literature 1608-1860 (English 251)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 1

American Literature 1860-1900 (English 252)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 2

American Literature-Emerson to 1890; Since 1890 (English 106)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 3

American Literature (English 205)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 4

American Literature (English 260)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 5

Canterbury Tales (English 351)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 6

Chaucer (English 367)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 7

Chaucer

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 8

Early English Literature (English 151)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 9

History of the English Language (English 261)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 10

Journalism (English 115)

n.d.

Box 13

Folder 11

Journalism (English 115)

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 1

Language in America-English (English 367 and 257)

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 2

Literature III and IV

1918-19

Box 14

Folder 3

Letter Writing; Methods of English Literature History

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 4

Major American Poets (English 205)

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 5

Negro in American Literature

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 6

Negro Writers

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 7

The Novel I (English 271)

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 8

The Novel I (English 271)

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 9

The Novel II

n.d.

Box 14

Folder 10

The Novel II

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 1

Nineteenth Century Poetry (English 281)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 2

Phonetics (English 185)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 3

Poetry 1832-1900 (English 48A)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 4

Seminar in American Literature-Emerson (English 455)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 5

Shakespeare (English 248)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 6

Shakespeare

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 7

Shakespeare

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 8

Short Story

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 9

Studies in American English (English 367)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 10

Studies in English Grammar (English 365)

n.d.

Box 15

Folder 11

Studies in English Language (English 461)

n.d.

English/Literature: Course Number

Box 15

Folder 12

English I

1921

Box 16

Folder 1

English II

192?

Box 16

Folder 2

English 6 ,

1921, 1927

Box 16

Folder 3

English 8

1921-27

Box 16

Folder 4

English 19

n.d.

Box 16

Folder 5

English 28

1922

Box 16

Folder 6

English 30 and 31

1920

Box 16

Folder 7

English 39

n.d.

Box 16

Folder 8

English 39

n.d.

Box 16

Folder 9

English 39

n.d.

Box 16

Folder 10

English 101 and 102-Fisk and Roosevelt

n.d.

Box 16

Folder 11

English 112

1931

Box 16

Folder 12

English 127

1927

Box 17

Folder 1

English 131

1927

Box 17

Folder 2

English 135

1930-33

Box 17

Folder 3

English 139

1928

Box 17

Folder 4

English 143

1934

Box 17

Folder 5

English 149

1929

Box 17

Folder 6

English 154 ,

1931, 1934

Box 17

Folder 7

English 201 (early)

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 8

English 201 (Roosevelt)

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 9

English 212-213

1936

Box 17

Folder 10

English 235

1942

Box 17

Folder 11

English 260

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 12

English 262

1943

Box 17

Folder 13

English 271

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 14

English 301

1938

Box 17

Folder 15

English 334

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 16

English 351

1926

Box 17

Folder 17

English 380 ,

1934, 1940

Box 17

Folder 18

English-Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 19

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 20

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 21

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 22

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 23

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 17

Folder 24

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 1

History 226, 227, 228

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 2

Political and Cultural Emergence of Sub-Saharan Africa

1963

Miscellaneous Teaching

Box 18

Folder 3

Atlanta University Summer School

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 4

English curriculum of various universities

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 5

Fisk-interdepartmental curriculum in African Studies

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 6

Radio and television appearances

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 7

Roosevelt contracts

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 8

Sierre Leone Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 18

Folder 9

Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 1

Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 2

Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 3

Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 4

Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 5

Peace Corps training project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 6

Speech project

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 7

Speech project

Box 19

Folder 8

Suggested reading lists

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 9

Test-literature

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 10

University of Illinois English 374

n.d.

Box 19

Folder 11

YMCA courses

n.d.

Papers and Reports: By Students and Others

Chronological

Box 20

Folder 1

Papers and reports

1914-1939

Box 20

Folder 2

Papers and reports

1939-1942

Box 20

Folder 3

Papers on race relations submitted to E. W. Smith

1943

Box 20

Folder 4

Papers on race relations submitted to E. W. Smith

1943

Box 20

Folder 5

Papers and reports

1944-1949

Box 20

Folder 6

Papers and reports

1949-1953

Box 20

Folder 7

Student papers: Culture Studies 241

1953

Box 20

Folder 8

Papers and reports

1956

Box 20

Folder 9

Papers and reports

1957

Box 21

Folder 1

Papers and reports

1958-59

Box 21

Folder 2

Papers and reports

1960-61

Box 21

Folder 3

Papers and reports

1962-63

Box 21

Folder 4

Papers and reports

1964

Box 21

Folder 5

Papers and reports

1964-65

Box 21

Folder 6

Comparative word list

1965

Box 21

Folder 7

Papers and reports

1965-68

Box 21

Folder 8

Papers, reports, exams

1968-69

Box 21

Folder 9

Papers and reports

1969-71

Alphabetical by author

Box 22

Folder 1

Papers and reports A-B

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 2

Papers and reports B-C

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 3

Papers and reports C

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 4

Papers and reports D

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 5

Papers and reports E

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 6

Papers and reports E-G

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 7

Papers and reports G-H

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 8

Papers and reports J-M

n.d.

Box 22

Folder 9

Papers and reports M

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 1

Papers and reports M

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 2

Papers and reports M-O

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 3

Papers and reports O-S

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 4

Papers and reports S

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 5

Papers and reports T-V

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 6

Papers and reports V-W

n.d.

Box 23

Folder 7

Papers and reports W-Z

n.d.

Graduate Theses

Box 24

Folder 1

Graduate theses B

1933-41

Box 24

Folder 2

Graduate theses B

1933-41

Box 24

Folder 3

Graduate theses E-H

1933-41

Box 24

Folder 4

Graduate theses T

1933-41

Box 24

Folder 5

Graduate theses W

1933-41

Box 24

Folder 6

Graduate theses W

1933-41

Box 24

Folder 7

Graduate theses W

1933-41

Miscellaneous Papers

Box 25

Folder 1

Author unknown

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 2

Author unknown

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 3

Author unknown

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 4

Copy of Herskovits' Linguistic notes from Suriname folklore

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 5

Essay Contests

1923-24

Box 25

Folder 6

Thesis Proposals

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 7

Unidentified

Research

Africa

Box 25

Folder 8

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 9

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 25

Folder 10

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 1

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 2

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 3

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 4

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 5

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 6

Assorted African Folktales

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 7

Creole proverbs, riddles, stories

n.d.

Box 26

Folder 8

Creole book (Cameroon)

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 1

Freetown Creole

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 2

Folktales of Africa-MS

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 3

Folktales of Africa-MS

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 4

Temne, Mende languages-grammatical notes

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 5

Unidentified plays and conversations

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 6

West African Folktales

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 7

West African Folktales

n.d.

Box 27

Folder 8

West African Languages

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 1

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 2

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Gullah

Box 28

Folder 3

Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect-section I, footnotes

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 4

Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect-section I, footnotes

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 5

Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect-section II

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 6

Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect-section II

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 7

Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect-section II

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 8

African Names Surviving in Coastal Georgia and South Carolina

n.d.

Box 28

Folder 9

African Names Surviving in Coastal Georgia and South Carolina

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 1

African Names Surviving in Coastal Georgia and South Carolina

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 2

Census-Georgia and South Carolina

1930

Box 29

Folder 3

Field records-Georgia

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 4

Field records-Georgia

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 5

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 6

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 7

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 8

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 29

Folder 9

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 1

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 2

Field records-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 3

Phonology of Gullah

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 4

Phonology of Gullah

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 5

Syntax of Gullah

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 6

Syntax of Gullah

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 7

Transcriptions-Georgia

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 8

Transcriptions-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 30

Folder 9

Transcriptions-South Carolina

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 1

West African Survivals in Gullah-original copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 2

West African Survivals in Gullah-first copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 3

West African Survivals in Gullah-first copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 4

West African Survivals in Gullah-first copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 5

West African Survivals in Gullah-first copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 6

West African Survivals in Gullah-first copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 7

West African Survivals in Gullah-first copy

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 8

West African survivals in sounds, syntax, morphology of Gullah

n.d.

Box 31

Folder 9

West African Survivals in Gullah-original MS

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 1

West African Survivals in Gullah-original MS

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 2

West African Words in Gullah

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 3

West African Words in Gullah

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 4

West African Words in Gullah

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 5

West African Words in Gullah

n.d.

Gullah-Miscellaneous

Box 32

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 7

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 8

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 32

Folder 9

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 1

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 2

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 3

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 4

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Krio

Box 33

Folder 5

Krio

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 6

Krio

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 7

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 8

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 9

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 10

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 33

Folder 11

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 1

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 2

Krio folktales-originals

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 3

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 4

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 5

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 6

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 7

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 8

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 34

Folder 9

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 1

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 2

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 3

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 4

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 5

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 6

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 7

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 8

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 9

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 35

Folder 10

Krio folktales-duplicates

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 1

Krio Handbook

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 2

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 3

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 4

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 5

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 6

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 7

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 8

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 9

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 36

Folder 10

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 1

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 2

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 3

Krio MS

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 4

Krio Texts

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 5

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Proverbs

Box 37

Folder 6

Proverbs

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 7

Proverbs

n.d.

Box 37

Folder 8

Proverbs

n.d.

Box 38

Folder 1

Proverbs

n.d.

Box 38

Folder 2

Proverbs

n.d.

Box 38

Folder 3

Proverbs

n.d.

Box 38

Folder 4

Proverbs

n.d.

Yoruba

Box 38

Folder 5

Dictionary of the Yoruba Language

n.d.

Box 38

Folder 6

Folklore from Brazil

n.d.

Box 38

Folder 7

Folklore from Brazil

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 1

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 2

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 3

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 4

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 5

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 6

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 39

Folder 7

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 1

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 2

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 3

Folklore from Brazil-original MS

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 4

History-folktales, some stories

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 5

Music and folklore in Brazil

n.d.

Yoruba Miscellaneous

Box 40

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 7

Miscellaneous-Twi

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 8

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 40

Folder 9

Yorubas of Brazil; Yoruba tales in translation

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 1

Yoruba songs and stories

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 2

Yoruba songs and stories

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 3

Yoruba texts-with translation

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 4

Yoruba texts

n.d.

Miscellaneous Research

Box 41

Folder 5

Chronicle of Africa-Ancient

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 6

Chronicle of Africa-Medieval

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 7

Chronicle of Africa-Modern

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 8

Grant proposals

1935-43

Box 41

Folder 9

Grant proposal

1950

Box 41

Folder 10

Papers pertaining to use of wire recorder

n.d.

Box 41

Folder 11

Papers pertaining to use of wire recorder

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 1

Yoruba language course

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 2

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 3

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 4

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 5

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 7

Miscellaneous writings

n.d.

Box 42

Folder 8

Miscellaneous writings

n.d.

3 by 5 Cards

Box 43

African, Gullah words; interviews, jokes, miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 44

African, Gullah words

Box 45

African, Gullah words

Box 46

Miscellaneous-Bibliography

n.d.

Box 47

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Box 48

Miscellaneous

n.d.

Publications/Writings

Box 49

Folder 1

Copy of Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect

1949

Box 49

Folder 2

Proofs of Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect

n.d.

Box 49

Folder 3

Related correspondence to publishing Africanisms in the Gullah dialect

n.d.

Box 49

Folder 4

Proofs: Problems Confronting the Investigator of Gullah

n.d.

Box 49

Folder 5

Monographs

n.d.

Box 49

Folder 6

Monographs

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 1

Original MS-Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect, ch 1-2

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 2

Original MS ch 2-4

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 3

Original MS ch 5-7

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 4

Original MS ch 7-9

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 5

Original MS ch 9-index

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 6

West African Words in Gullah MS I

n.d.

Box 50

Folder 7

African Words in Gullah MS II

n.d.

Writings: alphabetical by title

Box 51

Folder 1

Speeches and Lectures

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 2

Writings A

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 3

Writings A-C

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 4

Writings D-E

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 5

Writings F-M

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 6

Writings N-P

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 7

Writings R

n.d.

Box 51

Folder 8

Writings S

n.d.

Box 52

Folder 1

Writings S-W

n.d.

Box 52

Folder 2

Writings W

n.d.

Box 52

Folder 3

Writings as a student

1913-16

Box 52

Folder 4

Writings as a student

1916-17

Box 52

Folder 5

Writings as a student

1917-24

Box 52

Folder 6

Fragments

n.d.

Box 52

Folder 7

Fragments

n.d.

Box 52

Folder 8

Fragments

n.d.

Box 52

Folder 9

Fragments

n.d.

Sound Recordings

Note:

This inventory refers to the original sound recordings, deposited in 1986 at the Archives of Traditional Music at Indiana University, Bloomington. Cassette tape recordings of the inventory listed here are stored with the papers in the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies.

African Music

1

African

n.d.

2

African

n.d.

3

African and New World

5/11/1963

4

Cameroon

n.d.

5

Congo

n.d.

6

Congo

n.d.

7

Togoland/Sierre Leone

n.d.

8

West African

2/26/1958

9

West African

2/26/1958

10

Yoruba-Stories and Songs

n.d.

11

Yoruba/Ibo

n.d.

12

Ibadan Orchestra-Calender's Band

n.d.

Folktales and Stories

13

One Story

n.d.

14

Assorted-Congo, Krio

n.d.

15

Assorted-Malawi, Ghana

n.d.

16

Assorted

n.d.

17

Creole Stories; Calender's Band; Mr. Niba-History of the Cameroons

n.d.

18

East and Central African

n.d.

19

Krio Folktales; Miss Frazier's Story

n.d.

20

Mrs. Anthony-Krio Texts

n.d.

21

Copy-Krio Texts

n.d.

22

Masai, Geoffrey Kishoyian Douglas, from Ngang, Kenya

n.d.

23

Mende Stories, Fatima Fahnbulleh

2/23/64

24

Swahili

n.d.

25

Tales Told by Bemba Keita of the Ivory Coast

n.d.

26

Zulu Stories, Constance Simelane of Zululand and Swaziland; Okon Essiet: Story

n.d.

Interviews, Lectures, and Speeches

27

Gwendolyn Brooks-Reading

n.d.

28

James Weldon Johnson

n.d.

29

Jazz, Literature and Writing

n.d.

30

Lorenzo Turner Banquet

4/24/66

31

Lorenzo Turner Banquet

4/24/66

32

Lorenzo Turner Lecture Series: Speaker-George Shepperson

4/18/66

33

Lorenzo Turner Lecture Series: Speaker-John H. Franklin

5/2/66

34

Lorenzo Turner Lecture Series: Speaker-St. Clair Drake

5/9/66

35

Martin Luther King

n.d.

36

Martin Luther King

6/21/64

37

Mrs. Philips

n.d.

38

Music for TV

6/20/62

39

Roosevelt University and the Community-Television Program

5/11/1963

40

Turner Interviewed by Minister

n.d.

41

Turner Interviewed by Studs Terkel

4/26/1966

42

Turner Interviewed by Studs Terkel

4/26/1966

Language and Linguistics

43

Swahili

n.d.

44

Swahili

n.d.

45

Swahili

n.d.

46

Swahili

n.d.

47

Yoruba Texts/African Linguistics

n.d.

Miscellaneous

48

Chaucer

n.d.

49

Sierre Leone Independence

n.d.

50

Unidentified

n.d.

51

Unidentified

n.d.

Wire Recordings

1

Yoruba-Songs and Stories (1)

n.d.

2

Yoruba Proverbs; Itshekiri Songs; Eastern Ibo (2)

n.d.

3

Itshekiri Songs; Yoruba Stories (3)

n.d.

4

Rukuba Women (4)

n.d.

5

Creole Songs and Proverbs (5)

n.d.

6

Egungrin; Kuta (6)

n.d.

7

Rukuba (7)

n.d.

8

Hausa Band-West African Bands (8)

n.d.

9

Efik Songs and Stories (9)

n.d.

10

Cameroon; Pidgen; Yoruba Singers; Agbamurete (10)

n.d.

11

Cameroon-Festival Dance Songs (11)

n.d.

12

Cameroon-Songs (1)

n.d.

13

Accra Songs (2)

n.d.

14

Troubadors-Sierre Leone; Ibo Women's Band (3)

n.d.

15

French Togoland (4)

n.d.

16

French Cameroon Band (5)

n.d.

17

Calender's Band-Freetown (6)

n.d.

18

Rev. Boddie-Easter Service (7)

n.d.

19

Songs; Efik Drumming; Church Service (8)

n.d.

20

Popular Orchestra Music; Rev. Boddie (9)

n.d.

21

Ibibio Drummers; Spirituals; Ekite Slave, Yoruba Farewell Songs (10)

n.d.

22

Itshekire Songs and Stories (11)

n.d.

23

Songs of Sorrow and Rejoicing; Work Songs; Lullabies (12)

n.d.

24

Ibo, Yoruba Songs and Lullabies (13)

n.d.

25

Western Ibo Music (14)

n.d.

26

Ibadan Orchestra (15)

n.d.

27

Yoruba Rhythm, (Coker's) Krio Folktale (16)

n.d.

28

Sherbro Band (17)

n.d.

29

Yoruba Kukuruku Songs (18)

n.d.

30

Yoruba, Ibo Orchestras; Yoruba Stories (19)

n.d.

31

Ibadan Orchestra (20)

n.d.

32

Swahili Text; African Music (1)

n.d.

33

Swahili (2)

n.d.

34

Swahili (3)

n.d.

35

Swahili Tales; Mende, Vai Songs (4)

n.d.

36

South African Clicks; Ibo Band (5)

n.d.

37

West African Music (6)

n.d.

38

African Music; Excerpts from Chaucer (7)

n.d.

39

Sermon-Chicago "The Break for Freedom" (8)

n.d.

40

Drum Song; Yoruba Songs and Stories (1)

n.d.

41

Togoland; Nimbe Songs and Stories; Yoruba Stories (2)

n.d.

42

Cameroon Pidgens; Kukuruku Singers (3)

n.d.

43

Rakah; Temne Singers (4)

n.d.

44

Ladapo-Stories; Hausa Music (5)

n.d.

45

Temne Singer with Balanji (6)

n.d.

46

Iregwe Songs; Nigerian Pidgen; Cameroon Song (7)

n.d.

47

Yoruba Proverbs, Poems, and Songs; Yoruba Orchestra (1)

n.d.

48

Yoruba Songs and Spirituals (2)

n.d.

49

Stories here given to Adejemi(?)(3)

n.d.

50

Tanganyika Thumb Organ (4)

n.d.

51

Yoruba Stories, Proverbs, etc. (5)

n.d.

52

Yoruba Stories and Songs (6)

n.d.

53

Yoruba Stories and Songs (7)

n.d.

54

Yoruba-Stories (8)

n.d.

55

Lagos (9)

n.d.

56

Creole Poems and Proverbs (10)

n.d.

57

Creole Songs, Stories, and Proverbs (11)

n.d.

58

Freetown-Creole Stories and Songs (12)

n.d.

59

Iregwe; Rukuba Harvest Song (13)

n.d.

60

Isoko, Kukuruku, Asaba-Songs (14)

n.d.

61

Ifa Oracle (1)

n.d.

62

Gboko; Benne; Bini; Shaki; Ibadan (Province?) (2)

n.d.

63

Yoruba; Hausa (3)

n.d.

64

Creole Proverbs (4)

n.d.

65

Ogbomosho Chants (5)

n.d.

66

Itshekire, Yoruba Songs (1)

n.d.

67

Ijaw Singers; Funeral Songs (2)

n.d.

68

Yoruba Story; Ibo Songs (3)

n.d.

69

Freetown, Sierre Leone-Creole (1)

n.d.

70

Creole Stories (2)

n.d.

71

Creole Tales and Coker's (?) (3)

n.d.

72

Freetown-Creole Proverbs and Stories (4)

n.d.

73

Creole Stories and Lullabies (5)

n.d.

74

Freetown-Proverbs, Stories, and Riddles (6)

n.d.

75

Songs; Efik Sermon/Prayer (7)

n.d.

76

Creek Town-Mourning Songs; Efik Dirges (8)

n.d.

77

Freetown-Creole Stories (9)

n.d.

78

Creole Stories and Songs (10)

n.d.

79

Creole Stories and Proverbs (11)

n.d.

80

Creole Stories; Calender's Band (12)

n.d.

81

Efik, Yoruba Songs (1)

n.d.

82

Unknown (2)

n.d.

Early Discs

1

Tom Lemon-Timber Song; Mammy Dinah; Hard Laws in Ole Virginia (1)

7/29/33

2

Ruben Chisom Work on the Island Story of Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf (2)

8/8/33

3

Part of first title destroyed; A Song; 3 Short Pieces; Story of Brer Rabbit; Name, age, etc. (3)

8/4/33

4

Louis Wright and Rufus Singleton (4)

n.d.

5

Baalam Walker-Song: What I Going To Do With My Old Cow (5)

8/12/33

6

Mrs. Hester Milligan-Edisto Island, SC (6)

6/25/32

7

Mrs. Hagar Draton White-James Island, SC (7)

5/11/32

8

Rev. July C. Brown-Prayer, and an Account of a Religious Experience-Edisto Island, SC (8)

5/19/32

9

Katy Brown-Slavery Days; Completion of Slavery Days; Religious Experience (9)

7/29/33

10

Rosina Cohen (10)

4/12/32

11

Daniel Roberts-Slavery Days; Prayer and Sermon (11)

8/2/33

12

Laurence Jones-Slavery Days; Religious Experience (12)

8/25/33

13

Shadrack Hall-Crops; Story of Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf (13)

7/29/31

14

Briscoe Brown, Bluffton, SC (14)

n.d.

15

Vincent Sorrey's Orchestra (15)

n.d.

16

Sackie Sweetwine, Wadmalaw Island, SC (16)

5/4/32

17

Sackie Sweetwine; Rosina Cohen-Earthquake (17)

n.d.

18

Sackie Sweetwine, Personal and Religious Experience, Wadmalaw Island, SC (18)

5/4/32

19

Sackie Sweetwine, Personal and Religious Experience, Wadmalaw Island, SC (19)

5/4/32

20

Anne Crosby, Edisto Island, SC (20)

5/28/32

21

Anne Crosby; Jack-o-Lantern and Hags (21)

5/28/32

22

Sarah Ross-Stories; Farming Wadmalaw Island, SC (22)

5/7/32

23

Sarah Ross-Stories; Farming Wadmalaw Island, SC (23)

5/7/32

24

Adeline Rogers-Spirituals: Jesus Is My Only Friend; Children We Are Going Home; Don't You Weep, Don't You Mourn; Story of a Rattlesnake; Religious Experience (24)

8/21/33

25

James Rogers-Two African Songs With Explanation; Sail Over Yonder for the Other Shore (25)

8/4/33

26

James Rogers, His Home and Crops (26)

8/4/33

27

Belle Murray-Her Life on the Island And Her Crops; Story of Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf (27)

8/5/33

28

Belle Murray-Prayer (28)

8/5/33

29

Scotia Washington-Spirituals: Walk Easy Down to the Promised Land; I Got the Victory, Brewer's Neck, GA (29)

7/31/33

30

Scotia Washington-Her Crops; Her Chicken Farm (30)

7/31/33

31

Scotia Washington-Religion and the Church; Stories About Hags and Ghosts (31)

7/31/33

32

Wallace Quarterman-About Slavery Days; His Religious Experience (32)

8/5/33

33

Wallace Quarterman-Prayer; Stories About the Yankees; Song, St. Simons, GA (33)

8/5/33

34

Bristow McIntosh-Song: I Am Here; Story and Song About Woman Stealing Chickens; Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf Harris Neck, GA (34)

8/4/33

35

Bristow McIntosh-Slavery Days (35)

8/4/33

36

Bristow McIntosh-Prayer; About Slavery Days; His Life and Present Work (36)

8/4/33

37

Bristow McIntosh-His Life and Slavery Days; Life After Freedom (37)

8/4/33

38

Davy White-Slavery; Prayer (38)

7/26/33

39

Hope Lloyd, Cordesville, SC (39)

5/27/32

40

Morris Hamilton, John's Island, SC (40)

5/24/32

41

Morris Hamilton, John's Island, SC (41)

5/24/32

42

Lucy Capers and Sancho Singleton, John's Island, SC (42)

5/14/32

43

Lucy Capers and Sancho Singleton, John's Island, SC (43)

5/14/32

44

Lucy Capers and Sancho Singleton; Prayer By Lucy Capers, John's Island, SC (44)

5/14/32

45

Mary Smalls; Sancho Singleton James Island, SC (45)

n.d.

46

Amelia Dawley-A Mende Song (46)

n.d.

47

Hanna Jenkins, Waccamaw Island, SC (47)

5/20/32

48

Sackie Sweetwine-School Closings And Life Conditions; Farming and Churches Wadmalaw Island, SC (48)

5/4/32

49

Shouts: Knee Bone Bend When I Call You; Quarterman's Speech; Shouts-Eli, I Can't Stand; Red Sea (49)

8/3/33

50

Paris Capers-Autobiographical; Religious Experience, Frogmore, St. Helena Island, SC (50)

6/27/32

51

Amelia Dawley, Harris Neck, GA (51)

n.d.

52

Rev. July C. Brown, Edisto Island, GA (52)

5/19/32

53

Hester Milligan-Farming; Personal Experience, Edisto Island, SC (53)

6/25/32

54

Shad Hall-Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf; About Slavery Days; Name; Birthplace; Prayer; Religious Experience (54)

7/29/33

55

Mary Smalls-The Ghost, James Island, SC (55)

5/10/32

56

Prince Smith-Personal Experience Wadmalaw Island, SC (56)

5/2/32

57

Prince Smith-Repentence Sermon; Spiritual (57)

5/2/32

58

Ella Robinson, Sandy Island, SC (58)

5/26/32

59

Larry Greene, Edisto Island, SC (59)

5/28/32

60

Caesar Roper, Wadmalaw Island, SC (60)

5/5/32

61

Caesar Roper, Wadmalaw Island, SC (61)

5/5/32

62

Caesar Roper, Wadmalaw Island, SC (62)

5/5/32

63

Caesar Roper, Wadmalaw Island, SC (63)

5/5/32

64

Larry Greene, Edisto Island, SC (64)

5/28/32

65

Ella Robinson, Sandy Island, SC (65)

5/26/32

66

Ella Robinson, Sandy Island, SC (66)

5/26/32

67

Mrs. Hagar Drayton White, James Island, SC (67)

5/11/32

68

Harold Richardson, James Island; Anne Crosby, Edisto Island, SC (68)

5/28/32

69

Lucy Smalls, John's Island, SC (69)

5/14/32

70

Isaac Smalls, Mt. Pleasant, SC (70)

5/13/32

71

Isaac Smalls, Mt. Pleasant, SC (71)

5/13/32

72

Rev. July C. Brown-Religious Experience, Edisto Island, SC (72)

5/19/32

73

Not Identified (73)

n.d.

74

Hester Fludd, James Island, SC (74)

1932

75

Rev. Tony Alston, Georgetown, SC (75)

5/21/32

76

Rev. Tony Alston, Georgetown, SC (76)

5/21/32

77

Not Identified (77)

n.d.

78

Daniel Roberts-Song: Children Get On Board; How He Taught Sunday School, St. Mary's, GA (78)

8/2/33

79

Hester Fludd, James Island, SC (79)

1932

80

Not Identified (80)

n.d.

81

Not Identified (81)

n.d.

82

Frank Roper, Cordesville, SC (82)

5/27/32

83

Estelle Hill Scott (83)

2/2/36

84

Shandor (84)

n.d.

85

Sackie Sweetwine (85)

5/4/32

86

Tom Lemon-Conditions on the Island; Story of Brer Rabbit (86)

7/29/33

87

Samuel Polite-Brer Wolf and Brer Rabbit; The Foreman, St. Helena Island, SC (87)

6/27/32

88

Prince Smith, Wadmalaw Island, SC (88)

5/2/32

89

Samuel Polite, St. Helena Island, SC (89)

6/27/32

90

Shadrack Hall-Whiskey Song; O Lord Deliver Daniel (90)

6/29/33

91

Sancho Singleton-Car Accident; Narrative of a Game, John's Island, SC (91)

5/16/32

92

Hanna Jenkins-Hags, Waccamaw Island, SC (92)

5/26/32

93

Anne Crosby-Personal Experience Edisto Island, SC (93)

5/28/32

94

Not Identified (94)

n.d.

95

Adeline Rogers-Her Crops; Spirituals-Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down (95)

8/21/33

96

Scotia Washington-Hunting; Months; Days of the Week; Ghost Story; Brer Rabbit; A Spiritual; My Soul Be At Rest (96)

7/31/33

97

Mary Smalls, James Island, SC (97)

5/10/32

98

Hanna Jenkins, Waccamaw Island, SC (98)

5/26/32

99

Cumberland Grant, Pinkney Island, SC (99)

n.d.

100

Davy White-Chariot I am Going To Ride; I'll Be There; Katy Brown-Believer I Know (100)

7/29/33

101

Katy Brown-Prayer; Farm Life (101)

7/29/33

102

Rosina Cohen (102)

7/13/32

103

Hannah Jenkins-Farming, Fishing; Prayer, Waccamaw, SC (103)

5/26/32

104

Hester Milligan-Prayer; Living Conditions, Edisto Island (104)

6/25/32

105

Wallace Quarterman-About His Life And Slavery Days; Months, Days, Counting (105)

8/5/33

106

Missing (106)

n.d.

107

Louis Wright and Rufus Singleton (107)

n.d.

108

Davy White-Religious Experience; His Life and Crops (108)

7/26/33

109

Cumberland Grant, Pinkney Island, SC (109)

n.d.

110

Richard Harrison-About Slavery Days; Brer Wolf and Brer Rabbit, Bolon Hill, SC (110)

8/26/33

111

Morris Hamilton, John's Island, SC (111)

5/24/32

112

Belle Murray-Song: Bringing in the Sheaves; Prayer, St. Simons Island, SC (112)

8/5/33

113

Rev. July C. Brown-Sermon Edisto Island, SC (113)

5/19/32

114

Sarah Ross, Wadmalaw Island, SC (114)

5/7/32

115

Rev. John Dunham-Hymn: There Is Rest for the Weary; Conditions On Sapelo Island, GA; Churches on Sapelo; Short Sermon (115)

7/29/33

116

Susan Quall-Farming; Prayer John's Island, SC (116)

5/16/32

117

Susan Quall-Farming; Prayer John's Island, SC (117)

5/16/32

118

Rev. Dunham-Stories About Brer Rabbit and Brer Wolf (118)

7/29/33

119

Katy Brown (119)

7/29/33

120

Prince Smith-Repentence (120)

5/2/32

121

Missing (121)

n.d.

122

B. W. Walker-Story About Brer Rabbit and Brer Bear; Prayer; Name, Address, Age, Song: I Aint Going To (illegible) No More (122)

8/33

123

Prince Smith-Farming; Cruelty To Slaves (123)

5/2/32

124

Paris Capers-Brer Rabbit and Wolf, St. Helena Island, GA (124)

6/27/32

125

Diane Brown-Living Conditions on Edisto Island (125)

n.d.

126

Samuel Polite-Autobiographical; Making Manure, St. Helena Island, GA (126)

6/27/32

Louisiana Series

127

Jessie Corrington Duet-Liszt Chopin, Paul John (1)

7/16/35

128

Mme Damas (2)

7/17/35

129

Creole Song (3)

n.d.

130

George Doyle-Former police officer of New Orleans (4)

7/22/35

131

Colored volunteers part in the battle of New Orleans, 1815 (5)

n.d.

132

Roman Bourges and Mme Emma Bronssard, Lafayette, LA (6)

n.d.

133

Alvina Charlot, Opelousas, LA (7)

n.d.

134

Mme Marie Raymond, Lafayette, LA (8)

n.d.

135

Mme Josef Damas, Opelousas, LA (9)

n.d.

136

M Louis (Le tete) Napolean, Opelousas, LA (10)

7/19/35

Field Work Aluminum Discs

137

Yoruba Stories (1)

2/26/41

138

Story and Conversation in Yoruba (2)

12/9/40

139

Two Funeral Songs (3)

1/14/41

140

Cabocla I and II

2/9/40

141

Portuguese (5)

2/9/40

142

Cabocla/Portuguese (6)

2/9/40

143

Yoruba (7)

11/21/40

144

Yoruba Words (8)

2/6/41

145

Carnival (9)

n.d.

146

Unidentified (10)

n.d.

147

Unidentified (11)

n.d.

148

Unidentified (12)

n.d.

149

Brazilian Pronunciation, Bahia (13)

n.d.

150

Pronunciation, Sergipe, Brazil (14)

1/26/41

151

Beatriz Bittencourt, Brazil (15)

10/3/41

152

Cabocla/Portuguese (16)

2/9/40

153

Belefonte-Bahiana (17)

n.d.

154

Nada; Norte de lua no sertao, For Bob Silva (18)

n.d.

155

Unidentified (19)

n.d.

156

Bob Silva (20)

n.d.

157

Garvota Preta; Pe de Gamelevia; A Cega; Pe de Gamelevia (21)

n.d.

158

Words Spoken to the Sarrits; Yoruba, Ketu Songs (22)

11/15/40

159

Yoruba Songs (23)

11/15/40

160

Yoruba Songs (24)

2/12/41

161

Nine Ketu Songs (25)

11/15/40

162

Yoruba and Ketu Songs (26)

2/5/41

163

Ketu Stories (27)

1/14/41

164

Drumbeats, with songs (28)

5/22/41

165

Brazil (29)

11/22/40

166

Yoruba Song (30)

11/21/40

167

Yoruba Song (31)

11/21/40

168

Nacomento, A Yoruba Song; Conversation in Portuguese (32)

n.d.

169

Sango (33)

12/19/40

170

Bahia, Brazil (34)

11/5/40

171

Selections from the Psalms; Two Ketu Stories (35)

2/6/41

172

Mrs. Crawford (36)

n.d.

173

Julieta de Figueireolo (sp?) (37)

n.d.

174

Brazil (38)

10/14/40

175

Yoruba Stories (39)

12/18/40

176

Yoruba; Autobiography (40)

10/12/40

177

Yoruba Song (41)

11/2/40

178

Yoruba (42)

11/8/40

179

Autobiography; Prayers (43)

10/12/40

180

The Cock and the Fox (44)

10/22/40

181

Yoruba Stories and Love Songs (45)

2/5/41

182

Yoruba Songs and Stories (46)

10/22/40

183

Mother of the Sea; The Great Saint (47)

10/12/40

184

Conversation in Brazil (48)

10/16/40

185

Yoruba Stories and Songs (49)

12/28/40

186

Brazil (50)

11/5/40

187

Nascemento (?) (51)

n.d.

188

Ketu Funeral Songs (52)

1/7/41

189

Songs of Saints, Federacao (53)

12/27/40

190

Portuguese (54)

n.d.

191

Work Song; The King of the World; Worship (55)

n.d.

192

Adzela and Sango, Federacao (56)

10/26/40

193

Drumbeats I (57)

4/8/41

194

Song of the Tribal Wars (58)

10/22/40

195

Two Yoruba Songs (59)

n.d.

196

Unidentified (60)

n.d.

197

Unidentified (61)

n.d.

198

A Zezi Song (62)

11/8/40

199

A Dahinican Song (63)

12/6/40

200

Two Zezi Songs (64)

11/15/40

201

A Ketu Song; Zezi Songs (65)

11/22/40

202

Zezi Song (66)

11/28/40

203

A Zezi Song (67)

11/15/40

204

Nacemento, An African Song (68)

n.d.

205

Brazilian Music (69)

12/1/40

206

Brazilian Pronunciation (70)

n.d.

207

Unidentified (71)

n.d.

208

Cabocla/Portuguese (72)

2/9/40

209

Portuguese (73)

2/9/40

210

Cabocla/Portuguese (74)

2/9/40

211

Angola Prayers, Brazil (75)

1/16/41

212

Brazilian Portuguese (76)

9/23/40

213

Angola Songs (77)

1/16/41

214

Angoro; Angola Songs (78)

1/8/41

215

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (79)

n.d.

216

Brazilian Songs (80)

10/3/40

217

Ijesha-Brazil (81)

n.d.

218

Oba eleko (82)

12/31/40

219

Carnival Music (83)

n.d.

220

Drumbeats II, with songs (84)

4/8/41

221

A Ketu Song (85)

12/7/40

222

Selections from the Psalms in Yoruba (86)

2/6/41

223

Yernaja; Oshu (Goddesses of the brooks and rivers) (87)

n.d.

224

Alphabet and Counting (88)

n.d.

225

Negroe Spiritual; Macumba (89)

8/11/40

226

Euclides Mascarenhos (90)

n.d.

227

Zezi Songs and Stories (91)

3/20/41

228

Zezi Songs (92)

3/31/41

229

Gu; Two Songs; Omolu (93)

12/19/40

230

(Title illegible) (94)

12/19/40

231

War Songs; African Song; Love Song; Lullaby; Afro-Brazilian Song (95)

n.d.

232

Efik Dirge (96)

n.d.

233

Portuguese (97)

11/29/40

234

Words and Letters (98)

3/2/41

235

Funeral Songs (99)

1/7/41

236

Pronunciation (100)

n.d.

237

Yoruba (Ketu) Songs; Counting (101)

10/22/40

238

Unidentified (102)

n.d.

239

Efu; Yoruba Story and Song in Portuguese (103)

n.d.

240

Carnival (104)

n.d.

241

Carnival (105)

n.d.

242

Carnival (106)

n.d.

243

Carnival (107)

n.d.

244

Federacao (108)

10/26/40

245

Yoruba Songs (109)

n.d.

246

Francisco, A Yoruba Song (110)

n.d.

247

Brazilian Manual Instrument Music (111a)

12/19/40

248

Unidentified (111b)

12/31/40

249

Yoruba, Francisco (112)

n.d.

250

Ketu Songs (113)

11/22/40

251

Nago Songs (114a)

11/10/40

252

Ketu and Other Songs (114b)

2/7/41

253

Carnival Propaganda (115)

2/41

254

Yoruba Work Songs (116)

1/31/41

255

Babao Miloque; Historia; Macumba (117)

8/11/40

256

Capoeira (118)

n.d.

257

Funeral Songs in Angola (119)

1/28/41

258

Yoruba Stories (120)

12/24/40

259

Brazilian Pronunciation (121)

1/3/41

260

Funeral Songs in Angola (122)

1/28/41

261

Zezi Songs (123)

3/27/41

262

Portuguese (124)

n.d.

263

Angola Hunter's, Children's, and Funeral Songs (125)

1/28/41

264

Parahyba(?) (126)

1/28/41

265

Macumba (Odeon) (127)

n.d.

266

Two Songs from Four Saints: Federacao (128)

12/19/40

267

Three Yoruba Songs; A Zezi Prayer; African Story in Portuguese (129)

3/13/41

268

Brazilian Music (130)

n.d.

269

Capoeira, Angola (131)

12/22/40

270

Sr Martiniano-Autobiography; Yoruba Stories (132)

10/16/40

271

Yoruba Stories; Jemadza (133)

12/21/40

272

Elladyr Porter (134)

n.d.

273

Mininimba; Selections from the Psalms in Yoruba (135)

2/6/41

274

Piragibe Pinto (136)

1/28/41

275

Portuguese and Yoruba; Nacimento (137)

n.d.

276

iya-e; Nacimento (138)

n.d.

277

Nacimento, Bahia, Brazil (139)

11/22/40

278

Untitled (140)

2/9/40

279

Untitled (141)

2/9/40

280

Cabocla/Portuguese (142)

2/9/40

281

Untitled (143)

2/9/40

282

Gullah (144)

n.d.

283

Sr Manuel de Silva; Drumbeats II (145)

5/22/41

284

Sr Martiniano-Yoruba Stories (146)

12/24/40

285

Unidentified (147)

n.d.

286

Unidentified (148)

n.d.

287

Lorenzo Turner (149)

5/16/33

288

Two Unmarked Records (150)

n.d.

289

Shango Record (151)

n.d.

290

Mrs. Parks (152)

n.d.

291

Unidentified (153)

n.d.

292

Experiments (154)

n.d.

293

Sr Martiniano and Sra Maronkedzi (sp?) - Yoruba Stories (155)

12/18/40

294

Conversation in Yoruba (156)

12/9/40

295

Sr de Silva-Lullabies in Portuguese (157)

1/12/41

296

Sonho de Salomao, Amazonas, played by Bimba (158)

2/4/41

297

Sr Bimba; Sra Fonseca and friend (159)

1/15/41

298

Sra Bimba-Cavalaria (160)

1/14/41

299

Canto de luta regional-por Bimba and Co (161)

12/21/40

300

Bimba and Co. (162)

12/21/40

301

Yoruba Stories, Federacao (163)

2/6/41

302

Sra Mininimba-Yoruba Story (164)

2/6/41

303

Sao Paulo (165)

n.d.

304

Pronunciation (Sergipe) (166)

1/26/41

305

Brazilian Pronunciation (167)

n.d.

306

Four songs from each of three saints (168)

11/29/40

307

Cabocla (169)

n.d.

308

Portuguese/Cabocla (170)

n.d.

309

Nacimento and Co (171)

5/4/41

310

Sra Manoelzinha(sp?)-Yoruba Songs and Stories (172)

2/11/41

311

Sr Manuel-Drumbeats III Bahia, Brazil (173)

4/8/41

312

Federacao (174)

10/26/40

313

Ketu-Songs of the Saints; Funeral Songs, Brazil (175)

1/7/41

314

Omulu-Songs (176)

11/29/40

315

Cabocla (177)

n.d.

316

Brazilian Portuguese (178)

9/15/40

317

Eladyr Porter (179)

n.d.

318

Sra Amorim-Espirito Santo (180)

n.d.

319

Conversation-Bahiana Speech (181)

2/7/41

320

Brazilian Pronunciation, Bahia (182)

n.d.

321

Federacao (183)

12/31/40

322

Presentation; Ketu Song; Federacao (184)

1/14/41

323

Songs from the Saints, Federacao, Bahia, Brazil (185)

12/31/40

324

ofu; yemadza (186)

12/31/40

325

A Funeral Song; Ketu Story Brazil (187)

1/14/41

326

A Ketu Song, Federacao (188)

1/14/41

327

Omolu; Four Songs, Federacao (189)

11/29/40

328

ofosi; iemadza (190)

n.d.

329

ijemadza; ofumare, Federacao (191)

12/27/40

330

Sr Moreno-Radio Studio Bahia, Brazil (192)

n.d.

331

Sr Moreno (193)

n.d.

332

Sr Moreno, Bahia Brazil (194)

11/5/40

333

Yoruba (195)

n.d.

334

Sr Santos-Ketu, Yoruba Songs (196)

2/11/41

335

Unidentified (197)

2/5/41

336

Dr. Holanda Daltro, Bahia (198)

1/28/41

337

Preston (199)

n.d.

338

Camilee Nickerson-Sleep, Baby, Sleep; Suzanne; The Banjo Song (200)

n.d.

339

Marian Anderson-Ave Maria (201)

n.d.

340

Preston (202)

n.d.

341

Yoruba Story Explained in Portuguese, Brazil (203)

2/12/41

342

Dr. Cunha (204)

n.d.

343

Unidentified (205)

n.d.

344

Eladyr Porter and Co. (206)

n.d.

345

Jose Silva Cruz-Yoruba Song (207)

n.d.

346

Yoruba Stories and Songs (208)

12/28/40

347

Yoruba Stories and Song-Explained in Portuguese (209)

2/12/41

348

A Yoruba Story, Federacao (210)

2/6/41

349

Yoruba Stories and Songs-Explained in Portuguese (211)

2/26/41

350

Drumbeat (212)

10/26/40

351

Yoruba Song, Federacao (213)

12/27/40

352

Yoruba Work Songs (214)

1/31/41

353

Sr Manoclzimba(sp?)-Bahia Carnival Izefa and Zezi songs (215)

2/26/41

354

Jose Silva Cruz-Cabocla (Angola) (216)

n.d.

355

Angola Songs (217)

1/2/40

356

Sr Falefa-Zezi Story; Angola Songs (218)

11/15/40

357

Yoruba Songs; A Zezi Prayer; African Story Told in Portuguese (219)

1941

358

Sr Falefa-Zezi Story; Zezi Songs (220)

n.d.

359

Sr Falefa-A Zezi Story (221)

11/28/40

360

Yoruba and Tapa; Congo; Angolan (222) 11/40

361

Angola Prayers; Portuguese Stories, Bispo and Co. (223)

3/13/41

362

Angola Songs (224)

11/10/40

363

Congo Songs; Counting in Zezi (225)

11/15/40

364

Lokur (Zezi); Ijemadza, Federacao (226)

12/27/40

365

Presentation; Ketu Song (227)

12/27/40

366

Lokur (Zezi); Ijemadza, Federacao (228)

12/27/40

367

Originals of Movie Records (229)

n.d.

368

African Story in Portuguese; Zezi Prayer; Yoruba Songs (230)

3/13/41

369

Two Nago Songs; Cabocla (231)

11/7/40

370

Dr. Cunha-Two Annual Stories, Bahia (231)

12/9/40

371

Sr Menezes-An Angola Story; Cabocla (232)

11/14/40

372

Sr Menezes-An Angola Story; Cabocla (233)

n.d.

373

Sr Menezes-A Congo Story; Cabocla (234)

11/14/40

374

Angola Song and Prayer, Bahia (235)

1/28/41

375

Sr Bispo, Congo Songs (236)

11/10/40

376

Sra Idalice and Co. - Two Angola Songs (237)

1/10/41

377

Sra Idalice and Co. - Two Angola Songs (238)

1/10/41

378

Angola Songs, Bahia (239)

1/10/41

379

Esmeraldo and Co. - Angola Songs (240)

12/16/40

380

Esmeraldo and Co. - Angola Songs (241)

12/16/40

381

Angola Songs (242)

12/16/40

382

Esmeraldo and Co. - Angola Songs (243)

12/16/40

383

Angola Funeral Song (244)

11/24/40

384

Joaozinha de Gomer (245)

4/1/41

385

Story in Portuguese; Angola Story and Song (246)

11/24/40

386

Angola Funeral Song; Angola Songs to the Sun and Moon (247)

11/24/40

387

Angola Songs, Joao and Co. (248)

11/10/40

388

Angola Songs (249)

11/24/40

389

Angola Songs (250)

11/17/40

390

Angola Song; Counting in Angola (251)

11/17/40

391

Sr Joao de Gomer-Angola, Congo Songs (252)

11/17/40

392

Joao and Co. - Angola Songs (253)

4/1/41

393

Ioa, Federacao (254)

1/7/41

394

Sr Moreno-Angola Stories (255)

11/10/40

395

Sr Falefa-Luanda Song (256)

11/21/40

396

Sr Falefa-A Bangela Song (257)

11/21/40

397

Capueira (Angola) Words in Portuguese, Federacao (259)

12/22/40

398

Stories (259)

1/31/41

399

Sr Falefa-Zezi (260)

11/10/40

400

Sr Falefa-Zezi Story (261)

11/8/40

401

Sr Falefa-Zezi, Bahia (262)

10/30/40

402

Sr Falefa-Zezi (263)

n.d.

403

Sr Falefa (264)

n.d.

404

Sr Falefa-Zezi Discourse; Bunda Song (Angola) (265)

11/28/40

405

Sr Falefa-Zezi Song (266)

12/6/40

406

Sr Falefa-Yoruba Song; Zezi Song (267) 12/40

407

Sr Falefa, Bahia (268)

10/30/40

408

Sao Paulo-Yoruba (269)

n.d.

409

Sao Paulo-Zezi (270)

n.d.

410

Sao Paulo-Yoruba (271)

n.d.

411

Yoruba (272)

n.d.

412

Yoruba; Zezi (273)

n.d.

413

Portuguese; Yoruba; Cabocla (274)

2/2/40

414

Unidentified (275)

n.d.

415

Yoruba and Portuguese (276)

n.d.

416

Portuguese (277)

n.d.

417

Yoruba (278)

n.d.

418

Portuguese; Yoruba; Zezi (279)

n.d.

419

Yoruba (280)

n.d.

420

Yoruba (281)

n.d.

421

Sao Paulo (282)

n.d.

422

Yoruba; Zezi (282)

n.d.

423

Ketu; Yoruba; Zezi; Cabocla (284)

n.d.

424

Cabocla; Ketu; Portuguese (285)

n.d.

425

Experiment-The Glow Worm (286)

n.d.

426

Experiment (287)

n.d.

427

Experiment (288)

n.d.

428

Experiment (289)

n.d.

429

Marie Roustan Rabay (290)

n.d.

Stories in Portuguese

430

Sr Nascimento- ogun di le; Pepe-Congo (1)

5/4/41

431

Animal Stories in Portuguese (2)

1/3/41

432

Animal Stories in Portuguese (3)

1/3/41

433

African Stories in Portuguese; Negroe Bedtime Story (4)

1/19/41

434

African Story in Portuguese (5)

1/19/41

435

African Story in Portuguese (6)

1/19/41

436

African Story in Portuguese (7)

1/12/41

437

Stories Told in Portuguese (8)

1/12/41

438

Story Told by Sr de Silva (9)

1/12/41

439

Story in Portuguese (10)

n.d.

440

Sr de Silva-Story Told in Portuguese, Bahia (11)

1/12/41

441

Sra de Silva-African Story in Portuguese (12)

n.d.

442

African Stories in Portuguese (13)

1/26/41

443

Sra de Silva-African Stories in Portuguese, Bahia (14)

1/26/41

444

African-Portuguese, Foods, Plants, etc., Bahia (15)

1/1/41

Stories and Music (Vinyl Discs)

445

Diane Brown-Living Conditions; Prayer; Ibadan Proverbs (1)

9/4/56

446

J. Laverse-Creole Stories, Freetown (2)

n.d.

447

Creole Stories, Freetown (3)

n.d.

448

Proverbs (4)

n.d.

449

Mrs. Aina's Story; Story by Ogunnuga (Ibadan) (5)

3/25/56

450

Story by Mrs. Ogunyale; Ijibu-Ode (6)

3/25/56

451

Miss Odedina's Story (Ibadan) (7)

3/25/56

452

E. Arowosegle Story-Ibadan-Ilesha (8)

9/3/52

453

Miss Odedina's Story (9)

8/17/52

454

Mrs. Tayewo and Mrs. Lodebo Abiodu, Oyo “Shango,” J. O. Olowe's Story; P. A. Ogunkoya and Chorus Songs (10)

8/16/52

455

Story by Mrs. Fadake (11)

3/25/56

456

Yoruba Love Song (12)

n.d.

457

Mr. Ogundiya of Iwo (12)

n.d.

458

Yoruba Sermon Showing Moslem Influence (Ibadan)- Ifa Chants (13)

n.d.

459

Story by T. Olu Odedina; Ijebu-Ode; Ibadan (14)

8/17/52

460

Mende; Hausa (15)

n.d.

461

Stories by D. A. Aurorinde; Story by J. A. Kinlolu; Story by Ladepo (16)

3/28/56

462

Abeokuta Grammar School; Proverb (17)

n.d.

463

Proverbs (18)

n.d.

464

Story by Mrs. Ogunyole (19)

3/25/56

465

Mr. Ogundiya of Iwo (20)

n.d.

466

Mr. Ogundiya of Iwo; Ogun Chant (Ogomosho) (21)

n.d.

467

Ijaw-Song of a Dying Man; Complaints on High Cost of Living (22)

n.d.

468

Yoruba; Ibolonka; Oniyawo Calypso (23)

6/29/50

469

The Bean Seller Woman by M. A. Akinleye; The Ogun Festival at Offa by Sule Amo-o (24)

n.d.

470

Mrs. Atole-Chants to Shango; Iwo Chant to Ogun (25)

n.d.

471

Missing (26)

n.d.

472

Mrs. Atole-Ifa songs; Shango And His Three Wives (27)

n.d.

473

Chief Odubanjo Odutola Olotu-ifore; History of Ijebu; O Sun; Conversation (28)

n.d.

474

Yoruba Hunting Song (29)

n.d.

475

Proverbs-Ibadan (30)

n.d.

476

Story by Mssrs Adisa, Ajadi, and Akambi; Yagaba Story; Story in Egbe Dialect (31)

3/30/56

477

Creole Story-Freetown (32)

n.d.

478

Unidentified (33)

n.d.

479

Story by Miss Ogunkoye; Proverbs by H. Ogunivide (34)

3/25/56

480

Proverbs and Stories (35)

3/30/56

481

Proverbs, Stories, and Riddles-Ogunnuga (36)

9/5/52

482

Stories (37)

9/5/52

483

Drumbeats (38)

n.d.

484

T. O. Odedina-Stories; Proverbs-Ogunivole (39)

n.d.

485

Ijaw Singers-Song of the Dying Man; In Praise of the Wire Recorder (40)

n.d.

486

Story by Mrs. Cole; Story by Mrs. Grant; Story by S. McCaulay-Freetown (41a)

n.d.

487

S. O. Onajide-Stories (Ilesha) (41b)

9/5/52

488

Water Flows Only to the River; To Win a Child; Little Oya (42)

1/29/46

489

Efik Dirges; Bassa Love Song-Cameroons (43)

2/4/57

490

Song Sung When Mother Plays with Child; Canoeing Song; Spirituals (44)

n.d.

491

Opshu; Yemaja (45a)

1/25/46

492

Shango (the god of thunder); Oshu (45)

1/26/46

493

Burial Songs (46)

1/25/46

494

Conversation and Story in Yoruba; Male; Ofala I (47)

n.d.

495

A Love Song; A Lullaby; Song of the Vendor; Dance of the Animals; Song of the Bells; Song of the Rain; Song of the Festival Season; The Boy (48)

1/26/46

496

Oshumare (the god of the rainbow); Eshu-Demon, Fiend, Devil (49)

1/25/46

497

Belgian Congo (50)

n.d.

498

Ofala II; Ogu (51)

n.d.

499

Oshosi I and II (52)

1/25/46

500

Burial Songs (53)

1/25/46

501

Oshu; Yemaja (54)

1/25/46

502

Oshumare (55)

1/25/46

503

Yoruba Proverbs; Abeokuta Grammar Schools (56)

n.d.

504

M. Ogundiya of Iowa (57)

n.d.

505

Yoruba Hunting Songs-Ogun (58)

n.d.

506

Rev. Togun-Prayer (59)

n.d.

507

Rev. Togun (60)

n.d.

508

Rev. Togun-Ogun Chant (61)

n.d.

509

Rev. Togun (62)

n.d.

510

Rev. Togun-Proverbs (63)

n.d.

511

Rev. Togun (64)

n.d.

512

Rev. Togun (65)

n.d.

513

Rev. Togun-Songs of Worship (66)

n.d.

514

Rev. Togun-Songs and Prayers of Worship (67)

n.d.

515

Rev. Togun-Baldness of the Vulture; The Inquisitive Queen of Akoko (68)

8/9/52

516

Rev. Togun-Procedure Leading to Marriage in Yorubaland (69)

8/9/52

517

Rev. Togun (70)

8/9/52

518

Rev. Togun (71)

8/9/52

519

Rev. Togun (72)

8/9/52

520

Rev. Togun-Proverbs (73)

8/9/52

521

Rev. Togun (74)

8/10/52

522

Rev. Togun (75)

8/10/52

523

Rev. Togun (76)

8/10/52

524

Missing (77)

n.d.

525

Rev. Togun-Medicines (78)

8/11/52

526

Rev. Togun-Medicines (79)

8/11/52

527

Missing (80)

n.d.

528

Rev. Togun-Stories (81)

8/11/52

529

Missing (82)

n.d.

530

Rev. Togun-Proverbs (83)

8/11/52

531

Rev. Togun-Proverbs (84)

8/11/52

532

Rev. Togun-Two Prayers; Egungun Proverbs; Story (84a)

8/11/52

533

Rev. Togun-Medicine; Proverbs; Stories (84b)

8/11/52

534

Two Duets, Rev. Togun's Church (Ibadan); Wrestling Songs (84c)

n.d.

535

Rev. Togun-Stories and Proverbs (84d)

8/11/52

536

Miss Odedina-Story (85)

8/16/52

537

Yoruba Songs and Proverbs (86)

8/16/52

538

Mrs. Ogunyole-Story and Ijebu ode (87)

9/5/52

539

Mrs. Ogunyole-Story (88)

9/5/52

540

Songs, Stories, and Riddles (89)

8/16/52

541

Proverbs and Songs (90)

8/16/52

542

Mrs. J. M. Oshibogun-Story (91)

9/6/52

543

Mrs. Aina-Story (Ijebu-Remo) (92)

8/17/52

544

Mrs. Aina; Story by H. Ogunwole (Ibadan) (93)

8/17/52

545

Rev. Aina-Proverbs and Riddles (94)

8/17/52

546

Mr. Dawodu-Proverbs, Ibadan (95)

8/17/52

547

Abebajo's Story; P. A. Ogunkoya-Work Song and Story (96)

9/3/52

548

Ogunkoya's Work Songs and Story (97)

9/3/52

549

Ogunkoya's Work Songs and Story; Mrs. Fabiyi-Story (98)

9/3/52

550

Stories and Proverbs-Various Tellers (99)

9/5/52

551

Stories, Riddles-Various Tellers (100)

9/5/52

552

Mrs. Fabiyi (101)

9/5/52

553

Proverbs (102)

n.d.

554

N. A. Abon-Proverbs (103)

n.d.

555

Oshunnyi-Proverbs (104)

n.d.

556

Miss-Odedona-Story (Ondo) (105)

9/5/52

557

Miss Odedina-Story (106)

9/5/52

558

Miss Odedina-Story; Mrs. Fadeke Ogunyale-Story (107)

9/5/52

559

Yoruba Story and Song (108)

3/30/56

560

N. A. Abon-Proverbs (109)

3/25/56

561

Unidentified (110)

n.d.

562

Stories by Aworinde (111)

3/28/56

563

Two Yoruba Stories-Aworinde (112)

3/28/56

564

Two Yoruba Stories-Aworinde (113)

n.d.

565

Oshosi-(the god of hunters); Ogu-(the god of war) (114)

n.d.

566

Ogu (115)

n.d.

567

Oshosi (116) 1/25/41/

568

Oshala-(Chief of Yoruba minor deities); Iyansa-Wife of Shango (117)

1/24/46

569

Omolu; Yemaja (118)

1/28/46

570

Oshalufa-(god of the city of Ifa; Oshala (119)

1/25/46

571

Omolu-(god of smallpox); Iyansa; Male-(god of the harvest) (120)

1/25/46

572

Omolu-Iyansa; Male (121)

1/25/46

573

Proverbs, Riddles, and a Story-Dawadu (122)

3/25/56

574

Dawadu-Riddles, Proverbs (123)

3/29/56

575

Dawadu-Riddles; Ogunnuga-Proverbs (124)

3/29/56

576

Proverbs (125)

9/4/56

577

Yoruba Story and Proverb (126)

3/28/56

578

Yoruba Stories (127)

3/30/56

579

Ife-Story; Adi Omofadetu (128)

3/30/56

580

Ado-Ekite; Yoruba Stories (129)

3/30/56

581

Ogunnuga-Yoruba Proverbs (130)

3/30/56

582

Proverbs, Riddles (131)

n.d.

583

Songs and Riddles by Various Tellers and Singers (132)

n.d.

584

Mr. Abeokuta-Proverbs and Poems (133)

9/6/56

585

Missing (134)

n.d.

586

Creole Songs, Stories, and Proverbs, Freetown (135)

n.d.

587

Creole Story, Freetown (136)

n.d.

588

Creole Stories, Freetown (137)

n.d.

589

E. Coker's-Creole Story (138)

n.d.

590

Creole Story by Theophilus Pratt, Banana Island (139)

n.d.

591

Theophilus Pratt-Creole Stories, Conversation (140)

n.d.

592

J. Laverse-Creole Stories, Freetown (141)

n.d.

593

J. Laverse-Creole Stories, Freetown (142)

n.d.

594

J. Laverse-Creole Stories, Freetown (143)

n.d.

595

J. Laverse-Creole Stories, Freetown (144)

n.d.

596

Arthur Davis-Creole Proverbs, Freetown (145)

n.d.

597

Arthur Davis-Creole Proverbs, Freetown (146)

n.d.

598

Davis-Cinderella Story (147)

n.d.

599

Tiv Drummers, Nigeria; Freetown Calypso Band (148)

n.d.

600

Kano Band, Nigeria; Lome Band, Togoland (149)

n.d.

601

Stories by Titi Allen and Sarah Johnson (150)

n.d.

602

Titi Allen-Story (151)

n.d.

603

Titi Allen-Creole Story (152)

n.d.

604

End of Conversation in Creole (153)

n.d.

605

Mrs. Broderick-Story (154)

n.d.

606

Sarah Johnson-Story (155)

n.d.

607

Sarah Johnson-Story (156)

n.d.

608

Titi Allen-Story (157)

n.d.

609

Sarah Johnson-Story (158)

n.d.

610

Ibadan Band (159)

n.d.

611

Ibadan Band; Yoruba Rhythm (160)

n.d.

612

Freetown Calypso Band (161)

n.d.

613

The Boa Constrictor; Mrs. Atole and Son; Story by M. A. Akinleye (162)

n.d.

614

The Party; Lord's Prayer; Readings and Singing (163)

5/26/41

615

The Party; Lord's Prayer; Readings and Singing; An African Story related by Dr. E. W. Smith; Greetings from Class (164)

n.d.

616

N. A. Allen-Yoruba Riddles and Proverbs (165)

n.d.

617

J. Laverse-Creole Stories (166)

n.d.

618

Riddles and Stories (167)

n.d.

619

Unidentified (168)

9/8/56

620

Yoruba Riddles; Ife (169)

3/30/56

621

Adeko's Story; Miss Akindele-Story (170)

9/3/52

622

Miss Obissanya-Story; (Ijebu-Ode) (171)

9/6/52

623

Mr. Ojedokun-History of Shango (172)

8/16/52

624

Miss Obissanya-Story (173)

9/6/52

625

Conversation in English between a Wolof and Mandinka Speaker (174)

1937

Miscellaneous

626

Elder Michaux and His Congregation (1)

n.d.

627

Duke Ellington-Sophisticated Lady; Ivy Anderson (2)

n.d.

628

New England Speech (3)

n.d.

629

Missing (4)

n.d.

630

Drake's Sermon and Prayer; Rev. Boddie-You Must Be Born Again (5)

n.d.

631

Knoxville College Male Quartet (6a)

n.d.

632

Knoxville College Male Quartet (6b)

n.d.

633

Knoxville College Male Quartet (6c)

n.d.

634

Knoxville College Male Quartet (6d)

n.d.

635

Rev. Boddie-You Must be Born Again (7)

n.d.

636

African Shouts; Rev. Boddie (8)

n.d.

637

Twi; Ibo (9)

n.d.

638

Mr. Banda (10)

3/1/36

639

On the Century-Interview by Bob Elson (1)

n.d.

640

Edward Parrish (2)

n.d.

641

Creole II (3)

n.d.

642

Burton Mendelson; Mary Choss (4)

12/16/48

643

West Indian (5)

n.d.

644

Ibo (6)

1936

645

Ibo (7)

1936

646

Tom Lemon-Work Songs, Sapeloe Island, GA; Rosina Cohen (8)

1932

647

Samuel Polite-Brer Bear (9)

n.d.

648

Rev. Boddie (10)

n.d.

649

Radio Studio-Duet (11)

n.d.

650

Troubador-(Yoruba); Ijebu (12)

n.d.

651

Coney Rabbit, Goat, and Leopard; Creole Story; Poems-Abeokuta (13)

n.d.

652

Efik War Song; Lullaby; Kano Play; Hausa (14)

n.d.

653

Federacao (15)

10/26/40

654

The Juju Man-French Cameroons (16)

n.d.

655

Angola Song (17)

11/28/40

656

Songs (18)

11/29/41

657

Prayer; Angola Song (19)

1/8/41

658

Federacao (20)

12/31/40

659

Song; Lullaby (21)

5/4/41

660

Ogun-Four Songs (22)

11/29/41

661

Angola Song; Lullaby; Work Songs (23)

1/16/41

662

Tiv Drummers; Grain Pounders; Work Songs (24)

n.d.

663

Yoruba Story; Spiritual; Work Songs; Timber Song (25)

n.d.

664

West African Native Religious Dance; W. African Song in Honor of Ogun, God of War (26)

n.d.

665

Dance Music (Yoruba); Prayer to Oshola (27)

n.d.

666

Yoruba Rhythm; Dance Music; French Togoland-Cameroons (28)

n.d.

667

Drumbeats (29)

10/26/40

668

Ibo Women's Band; Ogun Chant (30)

n.d.

669

Ibadan Orchestra; Rev. Boddie's Church-Chicago; Prayer to Oshala (31)

n.d.

670

Rev. Togun's Sermon (Ibadan) (32)

9/6/56

671

Iwo-Song of Greeting (with drum); Drum Language; In Praise of an Ifa Worshiper; Telling Riddles (33)

n.d.

672

Yoruba Songs (34)

2/11/41

673

Rev. Adekunle-A Yoruba Story; Yoruba Proverb, Story, and Song (35)

n.d.

674

Songs (36)

11/29/40

675

Brazil (37)

1/7/41

676

African Song; Yoruba (38)

n.d.

677

Yoruba Story and Conversation, Brazil (39)

12/9/40

678

Prayer to Ogun, One of Yoruba Deities; Two W. African Native Religious Dances (40)

n.d.

679

African Songs; Afro-Brazilian Song (41)

n.d.

680

Rev. Togun's Sermon (42)

9/6/56

681

Creole (43)

n.d.

682

Drumbeats (Nigeria) (44)

n.d.

683

W. African Funeral Song (45)

n.d.

684

Spiritual Tunes; Tunes Used by Stephen Foster (46)

n.d.

685

Ketu Funeral Songs, Federacao (47)

1/7/41

686

Federacao (48)

12/27/41

687

W. African Shouts (49)

n.d.

688

Amelia Dawley, Harris Neck, GA; Eli, I Can't Stand (50)

7/31/33

689

Yoruba Stories (51)

2/26/41

690

Funeral Songs (52)

1/7/41

691

Angola Songs, Bahia, Brazil (53)

1/2/40

692

Loanda Song (54)

11/28/40

693

Nacimento-Farewell Song (55)

5/11/41

694

Eli, I Can't Stand (56)

8/3/33

695

Oshalufa; Oshala (57)

1/25/46