Guide to the Fife Mormon collection,
1940-1976

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Fife, Austin E. and Alta S.
Title: Fife Mormon collection
Dates: 1940-1976 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 22 bound items
Collection Number: USU_FOLK COLL 4 no.1
Summary: Tapes, recordings, bound transcriptions of interviews, bound typescripts of excerpts from manuscript collections, and bound typescripts of materials found in printed sources focusing on Mormon folksongs and narratives.
Repository: Utah State University. Merrill-Cazier Library. Special Collections and Archives
Fife Folklore Archives

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Historical Note

The Austin and Alta Fife Fieldwork Collection is comprised of the original fieldwork (acetate discs, reel-to-reel field recordings and field notes) and slides gathered/taken by the Fife's between the 1940s and late 1970s. Using summer vacations and weekends, the Fifes traveled all over the west–most intensively in their native Utah–with a camping trailer, recording equipment, camera and stenographic materials to collect the folklife of the American West, including cowboy songs, Mormon folklore and slides of vernacular architecture. On their fieldtrips, typically, one of them would interview someone while the other took notes or operated a recording device. They also visited libraries throughout the west, taking notes and making copies of songs and stories housed in regional and archival collections. Austin Fife took the slide images.

Content Description

Transcriptions of oral sources (vols. 1-9) -- Transcriptions of manuscript sources (vols. 10-18) -- Transcriptions of printed sources (vols. 19-22).

Forms part of the Austin and Alta Fife fieldwork collection.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research. To access the collection a patron must have the following information: collection number, box number, folder number and item number. The materials do not circulate and are available in USU's Special Collections and Archives.

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the Fife Mormon collection must be obtained from the Curator of the Fife Folklore Archives and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

Fife American collection, 1940-1976. (FOLK COLL 4, no. 1, series, vol., no.). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

  • I. Transcriptions of oral sources;
  • II. Transcriptions of manuscript sources;
  • III. Transcriptions of printed sources.

Acquisition Information :  

In 1966, the Fife's deposited their extensive fieldwork collections at Utah State University Library. In 1972, the Library established the Fife Library of Western Folklore (later renamed the Fife Folklore Archives) under the administration of the Special Collections Department.

Processing Note :  

Originally processed by Alta Fife and Barbara [Garrett] [Walker] Lloyd and updated by Randy Williams. Finding aid created by Randy Williams and Susan Gross, April 2004; updated by Randy Williams, March 2012.

Separated Materials :  

Sound recordings from this collection separated; housed in FOLK COLL 4 no. 4 and 5.

Related Materials :  

Fife American collection FOLK COLL 4 no.2

Fife Slide Collection of Western U.S. Vernacular Architecture FOLK COLL 4 no.3

Austin and Alta Fife photograph collection P0141

Austin E. and Alta S. Fife papers COLL MSS 281


Detailed Description of the Collection

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

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

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Series III:  Esoteric Printed Sources (Vols. 19-22)
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Dates
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 1: Gems of Reminiscences. Salt Lake City: George C. Lambert, 1915. Pp. 33-36: The Lord provides a way for Parkin. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 2: Ibid. Pp. 44-46: William J. Parkin miraculously escapes harm in snowslide; his garments are intact, though other clothing is torn off. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 3: Ibid. P. 68: Ship captain thinks adverse weather on voyage is caused by failure to pay his tithing. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 4: Ibid. Pp. 81-83: Miraculous receipt of genealogical date from man with usual characteristics of Three Nephites. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 5: Ibid. Pp. 88-91: Several cases of Divine Providence protecting Mormons traveling by boat. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 6: Ibid. Pp. 101-102: Heber J. Grant on "talking in tongues;" description of Snow & Young talking in tongues & giving interpretation thereof. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 7: Ibid. P. 111: Anson Call healed of impediment in speech upon joining the Church. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 8: Ibid. Pp. 126-128: Joseph Smith's prophecies of the Saints going to the Rocky Mountains. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 9: Ibid. Pp. 136-138: Anson Call's account of martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, including the ineradicable blood stain. Informant: Lambert 1915
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 10: Fragments of Experience: 6th Book of Faith Promoting Series. Salt Lake City: 1882. Pp. 9-13: Young missionary who confounds preacher 1882
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 11: Ibid. Pp. 23-24: Lorenza D. Young, in 1816, in a dream sees Savior who inquires for Brigham Young
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 12: Ibid. P. 27: Lorenzo D. Young, while ill, sees angels and hears them singing
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 13: Ibid. Pp. 38-39: Lorenzo D. Young, through prayer, is provided employment and is able to satisfactorily perform task assigned
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 14: Ibid. Pp. 39-40: Lorenzo D. Young talks in tongues, and gives the interpretation thereof
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 15: Ibid. Pp. 50-52: Lorenzo D. Young's account of the battle of Crooked River: he is saved by the Lord's intervention
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 16: Ibid. Pp. 56-59: William Budge's adventures as a missionary in England in 1853, including mysterious advice not to take a certain boat
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 17: Ibid. Pp. 74-75: Missionary in Hawaii has vision of Brigham Young who gives him advice
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 18: Ibid. Pp. 89-93: Missionaries returning to Utah at time of Johnston's Army are protected by fog and hail from being seen by soldiers
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 19: A String of Pearls: 2nd Book of Faith Promoting Series. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1882. Pp. 65-68: Fulfillment of prophecy.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 20: Ibid. Pp. 63-65: Thomas Phillips, on mission in England, is supplied with new hat as result of dream
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 21: Wilford Woodruff. Leaves from My Journal: 3rd Book of Faith Promoting Series. Salt Lake City, 1881. Pp. 13-15: Dream of serpents. Informant: Woodruff 1881
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 22: Ibid. Pp. 62-65: Incidents of healing by Joseph Smith at Commerce in 1839, "red silk handkerchief healing," the casting out of devils. Informant: Woodruff 1882
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 23: Ibid. Pp. 83-85: Wilford Woodruff calculates number of evil spirits in existence, and warns young people of temptations. Informant: Woodruff 1882
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 24: Ibid. P. 88: Warned by spirit to move wagon and mules; half hour later whirlwind hits tree. Informant: Woodruff 1882
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 25: Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Heart Throbs of the West. Salt Lake City, 1940. Vol. 2, p. 53: Bear Lake monster stories 1940
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 26: Ibid. Salt Lake City, 1943. Vol. 4, pp. 483-484: Thales Haskell's poem about exploring in the Colorado River region in 1855. Informant: Haskell 1855
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 27: Ibid. Pp. 495-496: Mabel Jarvis' poem, "Gift of the Sego Lily." Informant: Jarvis 1943
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: Ibid. Vol. 3, pp. 325-328: Accounts of Brigham Young's vision of coming to Salt Lake Valley, and of the "This is the Place" episode 1941
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 5: Ibid. Pp. 328-330: Prophecies of Heber C. Kimball in 1868. Informant: Kimball 1868
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 9: Ibid. Pp. 330-331: Travelers to Salt Lake miraculously supplied with white horse when their own became lame
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 12: Ibid. Pp. 331-332: Polygamous wives, in hiding, attended by mysterious mid-wife. Cf.: Three Nephite stories
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 13: Ibid. Pp. 332-334: Girl married to wrong man is rescued from her troubles by Mormon missionaries
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 18: Ibid. Pp. 334-336: Orphan convert resists advances of Gentile boy and comes to Utah with handcart company
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 21: Ibid. P. 336: Woman, alone on lonely ranch, cannot get door open to investigate noises at corral
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 22: Ibid. P. 337: Promise fulfilled that no one would be killed in erection of St. George temple
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 23: Ibid. P. 337: In crossing plains, thirsty handcart Saints miraculously supplied with water
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 24: Ibid. P. 338: "Unseen power" prevents Indian from seeing hiding girl whom he wants to abduct
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 25: Ibid. P. 338: Father of injured man by instinct goes to him & anoints & administers to him, & his broken bones healed immediately
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 26: Ibid. Pp. 338-339: Father of ill boy by instinct goes to him and administers to him: he feels better immediately
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 27: Ibid. Pp. 339-340: Wilford Woodruff's story of moving carriage and thereby saving their lives. [Same item as FMC III 24.]
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 29: Ibid. P. 340: Charles C. Rich follows prompting of Spirit and changes roads, thereby thwarting robbers who are waiting for him
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 30: Ibid. P. 340: Andrew Rogers moves family in response to prompting of Spirit, and thereby saves them from Indians
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 30: Ibid. P. 340: Woman doesn't cut muslin on which a spot of blood appears, thereby has cloth to make Smith's burial robes
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 31: Ibid. P. 341: Destitute family finds flour sack never gets empty until means of providing more are at hand
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 32: Ibid. Pp. 341-342: Flour bin miraculously keeps supplying what is needed because of goodness of heart of owner
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 33: Ibid. P. 342: Flour supplied needy family by a stranger
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 35: Ibid. P. 343: During grasshopper plague in 1855, small pea patch spared, and it provided constantly enough to supply family
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 28: p. 35: Ibid. P. 343: Flour provided to destitute family in Utah by man whom they had befriended in Winter Quarters
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 29: Heart Interest Stories of the Pioneers: Historical pamphlet of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, May 1943, paged from 169 to 216. Informant: Carter 1943
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 30: The Three Nephites: Did one of Columbus' Sailors See Them? Improvement Era, XII, pp. 621-624: Columbus' party saw Three Nephites. Informant: Partridge
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 31: The Three Nephites: Messenger to the Indians. Improvement Era, XV, pp. 79-80: In 1876, a personage to be one the Three Nephites. Informant: Partridge
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 32: The Three Nephites: Southern Sketches." Improvement Era, XXIII, p. 247: Prophecies uttered in Georgia, by mysterious stranger fulfilled. Informant: Steele
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 33: A Monster Worth While. Improvement Era, XXXII, p. 987: Bear Lake Monster story. Informant: Paul
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 34: Relief Society Magazine, Vol. XI, No. 7 (July 1924). Pp. 330-331: Diet of Mormons in early years in Utah. Informant: Cox 1924
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 35: Ibid. Vol. XII, No. 7 (July 1925). P. 352: Incidents from life of Adelia Balinda Cox Sidwell. Informant: Cox 1925
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 36: The Three Nephites: A Strange Personage. Juvenile Instructor, XVI, p. 33
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 37: The Three Nephites: My Nephite Visitor. Juvenile Instructor, XXVIII. Pg. 312-313: Stranger eats, gives blessing, disappears
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 38: The Three Nephites: A Wonderful Testimony. Juvenile Instructor, LVI. Pp. 584-587: Saved from sliding down a mountain. Informant: Babcock
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 39: Temples of the Most High. Salt Lake City, 1941 Pp. 59-61: Charles Lambert tempted by man to stop work on temple in Nauvoo. Informant: Lundwall 1941
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 40: Temples of the Most High, Salt Lake City, 1941. P. 86: Brigham Young speaks about Gadianton Robbers around St. George. Informant: Lundwall 1941
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 41: Ibid. Pp. 103-104: Incident at Logan temple where Mariner W. Merrill talks with Satan. Quoted from Deseret News, Dec. 12, 1936. Informant: Clawson 1941
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 42: Ibid. P. 120: Spirits of deceased appear at Ephraim to tell man to go to Manti Temple where their records have been received. Informant: Lundwall 1941
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 43: Pioneer Stories. Salt Lake City, 1940. Pp. 48-51: "Payment of Tithing," by Joseph F. Smith. Widow blessed because pays tithes. Informant: Nibley 1940
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 44: Ibid. Pp. 52-56: Mariner W. Merrill miraculously saved in mountains in winter-time. Informant: Nibley 1940
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 45: Faith Prompting Series. Independence, Missouri, 1943. Pp. 137- 139: Emmeline B. Wells testifies to the "mantle of Joseph Smith." Informant: Nibley 1943
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 46: The Life Story of Brigham Young. New York, 1930. Pp. 98-100: Account of Brigham Young's visions. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 47: Ibid. Pp. 116-119: John R. Young's account of the hardships of the pioneers, and of the miracle of the crickets and seagulls. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 48: Ibid. P. 140: Brigham Young heals child of Chief Walker by laying on of hands and prayer. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 49: Ibid. P. 163: Heber C. Kimball's 1848 prophecy about goods becoming cheaper and more plentiful in Salt Lake than St. Louis or New York. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 50: Ibid. Pp. 185-193: Stirring episode during time Johnston Army is in Wyoming, when at a meeting to produce peace. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 51: The Life Story of Brigham Young. New York, 1930. P. 212: At suggestion of Jedediah Grant, Brigham Young gives up carpentry. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 52: Ibid. Pp. 222-223: Brigham Young's advice to women an economic matters and on wooing a husband. Informant: Gates/Widtsoe 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 53: Ibid. P. 380: Brigham Young's last words: "Joseph! Joseph! Joseph! Joseph!" Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 54: Ibid. Pp. 230-231: Brigham Young's vision of Salt Lake temple revealed at laying of its cornerstone. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 55: Ibid. Pp. 301-302: Gleaning grain in early Utah economy, and results thereof. Informant: Gates/Widtsoe 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 56: Ibid. Pp. 311-312: Brigham Young escapes from marshal by humorous stratagem. Informant: Gates 1930
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 57: Discourses of Brigham Young. Salt Lake City, 1925. P. 157: Brigham Young speaks on location of Garden of Eden in United States. Informant: Widtsoe 1925
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 58: Ibid. Pp. 495-496: Brigham Young tells missionaries to put trust in God and promises them wisdom, etc. Informant: Widtsoe 1925
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 59: Ibid. Pp. 724-725: Brigham Young tells of hardships of Saints, and of miraculous supply of quail. Informant: Widtsoe 1925
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 60: Ibid. Pp. 736, 742-743: Young's story of Bridger telling he would give a thousand dollars to know corn could be raised in Great Basin. Informant: Widtsoe 1925
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 61: One Hundred Years of Mormonism. Salt Lake City: Deseret Sunday School Union, 1905. Pp. 64-65: Earliest known version of 3 Nephites. Informant: Evans 1905
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 62: Scrapbook of Mormon Literature. Chicago, no date. Pp. 283-285 by Orson Hyde, in his publication The Frontier Guardian. Informant: Rich 1849
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 63: Ibid. P. 100 (from Orson Hyde's "Cholera Predicted," published in The Frontier Guardian, June 27, 1849): Joseph Smith rebukes Saints. Informant: Rich 1849
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 64: No entry
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 65: No entry
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 66: No entry
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 67: Doctrine and Covenants. Section 84, Verses 80-86. Promises to missionaries and background for traveling without "purse or script."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 68: My Conversion. U.S.A., 1938. Frontispiece. Obstacles to publication of testimony removed by praying while facing temple. Informant: Curran 1938
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 69: Autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt. Chicago, 1888. Pp. 45-46: Sees light in sky as sign of the Second Coming. Informant: Pratt 1888
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 70: Jacob Hamblin. A Narrative of His Personal Experience. 5th book of the Faith Promoting Series. 1881. Pp. 20-21: Account of the "mantle." Informant: Little 1881
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 71: Nevada State Historical Society Papers. 1925-26. Reno, 1926. "A History of the Las Vegas Mission," compiled by Andrew Jensen. Informant: Jensen 1926
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 72: The Journey of the Flame. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1933. Pp. 17-176: Account of a "miracle of the gulls and grasshoppers." Informant: Fierro Blanco 1933
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 73: The Legend of Gard from Syllabus for History III. University of Utah. Legend of Hoopa Indian. Informant: Young
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 74: Early History of Manti. (Compiled by Manti Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers), 1928. P. 24: Song, "The Boys of Sanpete County." Informant: Munk 1928
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 19, no. 75: Ibid. P. 3: Poem, "In Eighteen Forty-Nine," by Azariah Smith. Account of settlement of Sanpete. Informant: Munk 1928
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 76: Memories of The Old Council House of Manti, 1935. 21 pp. Borrowed hammer accidentally nailed up in construction of Council House. Informant: Munk 1935
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 77: Mormon Superstitions. Journal of the Chicago Folk-Lore Society. Vol. I. 1892-93. p. 76: Background of the Three Nephites. Informant: Utter 1892-3
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 78: Hoosier Folklore Bulletin, Vol. IV (March 1945), p. 18: Comments on blood stains of Joseph Smith at Carthage Jail. Informant: Hand 1945
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 79: Photographs of Deseret Currency and scrip of The Kirtland Society
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 80: Proceedings at the Dedication of the Joseph Smith Memorial Monument at Sharon Windsor County Vermont, December 23rd 1905.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 81: Hoosier Folklore Bulletin, Vol. IV (June 1945), p. 32: Tradition that blood of soldiers wounded in the Battle of Brandywine. Informant: Taylor 1945
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 82: Landmarks of Wayne County, New York. Syracuse, New York, 1893. Pp. 77, 81, 82-83: Local traditions of the Joseph Smith Sr. family. Informant: Cowles 1893
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 83: Sheep and Treasure from the Democrat and Chronicle, Palmyra, New York, July 26, 1927. Stories of the activities of the Smith family
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 84: Palmyra Courier (New York). May 31, 1872. Stories of jokes played on Martin Harris in his early days in the church
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 85: Ibid. June 7, 1872. Story of prophecy of Martin Harris, and the consequences of it not being fulfilled
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 86: Wayne Centennial. Wayne, New York, November 3, 1824. Newspaper statement by Smith Sr. to the effect that he had dug up remains
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 87: Wayne County Journal. July 28, 1881. Reports of Joseph Smith Jr. finding a seer stone, and his digging activities as guided by it
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 88: Unidentified newspaper clipping from Palmyra Historical Library. Stories of Joseph Smith's digging for treasure
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 89: Unidentified newspaper clipping (date may have been around 1918). Stories of early meeting places of Joseph Smith's followers
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 90: Unidentified newspaper clipping, dated April 30, 1913. Story of Joseph Smith finding peep stone in 1829
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 91: Manuscript copied from an early newspaper, no date. Article 4 in a series entitled "The Gold Bible." In Palmyra Historical Library
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 92: Hamilton Child Gazetteer and Business Directory of Chenango County, New York, for 1869-70. Syracuse, New York, 1869. Pp. 82-83
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 93: When Joe Smith Hatched Mormonism. The Fairport Herald. January 24, 1917. Story of Joseph Smith family digging for treasure
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 94: Studies in Local History. Post Express, February 16, 1907. In Palmyra Historical Library. Old man in California, in 1897
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 95: Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library, no date. Nickname of Joseph Smith
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 96: Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library, no date. Brigham Young at time of death
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 97: Palmyra, New York. "The Origin of Mormonism." Paper presented in 1881. Derogatory description of Joseph Smith's mother. Informant: Eaton 1881
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 98: Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library. Shovel found near "Mormon Hill, Palmyra" thought to be one used by Smith.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 99: Annals of Oxford, New York. Oxford, 1906. Pg. 195: Practical joke involving removal of plank so the person falls in river. Informant: Gelpin 1906
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 100: History of Chenango and Madison Counties, New York. Syracuse: D. Mason and Co. 1880. Pp. 153-155: Joseph Smith and peekstones. Informant: Smith 1880
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 101: Ibid. p. 154: Joseph Smith walking on water story; also healing, casting out devils
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 102: History of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. 1873. Pp. 577- 582: Brief description of material which tells of Smith's seer stone. Informant: Blackman 1873
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 103: History of Geuge and Lake Counties, Ohio, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches. No author, Philadelphia: Williams Brothers 1878.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 104: Pioneers of the Western Reserve. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1888. Pp. 303-304: Joseph Smith trained dove to come while he preached. Informant: Rice 1888
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 105: Historical Collections of Ohio. Norwalk, Ohio, 1896. p. 37: Comment on Strange's claim to be leader of the Mormons. Informant: Howe 1896
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 106: Illustrated Atlas of Davis County, Missouri. 1876. p. 10: History of Mormons in Missouri from a non-Mormon point of view
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 107: History of Hancock County, Illinois. Chicago: Chas. C. Chapman and Co., 1880. Pp. 104-109: Summary of Smith family's diggings. Informant: Gregg 1880
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 108: Ibid. P. 256: Calvin Stoddard's conversion to the church, hastened by prank of Governor Stephen S. Harding
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 109: Ibid. P. 326: Miracle of how Joseph Smith's corpse was protected from mutilation
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 110: Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Hancock County. Munsell Publishing Co., 1921. P. 839: Brigham Young preaches. Informant: Scofield 1921
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 111: Ibid. P. 844: Miracle of shaft of light protecting Joseph Smith's corpse from mutilation
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 112: Nauvoo Guide. Compiled and written by Federal Writers Project of Illinois, Works Progress Administration. Chicago 1939.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 113: Unidentified newspaper clipping in Palmyra Historical Library. Variance in Whitmer's and Harris's description of Book of Mormon
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 114: Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. May 15, 1946. Observance of 117th anniversary of restoration of Aaronic priesthood
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 115: Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. May 11, 1946. Review of Fawn Brodie's No Man Knows My History
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 116: Newspaper clipping in Scrapbook of Eliza Curtis, from Tri- Weekly Journal, May 6, 1909. Poem, "The Pioneers of 1847," by Aaron DeWitt
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 117: Scrapbook of Eliza Peacock Curtis. Item entitled "1847," which is a Mormon stanza to "Sweet Betsy of Pike."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 118: Pioneer Edition of Events in the Early History of Logan and Cache Valley, 1946. Pp. 7-8: Story of child being stolen by Indians in 1867. Informant: Curtis 1946
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 119: Some Mining Terms: Curious Expressions Used by Miners and Prospectors. The Christmas Journal. Logan, Utah December 25, 1892.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 120: A Christmas Story. The Christmas Journal. Logan, Utah, December 25, 1892. Two girls abducted by Indians in 1860. Informant: Apperley 1892
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 121: Descendants of John Tanner...1942. p. 72: Theobald attend Relief Society by premonition that her baby will die if she doesn't. Informant: Tanner 1942
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 122: Ibid. p. 45: Man warned in dream that boy will drown; following day saves him from this death
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 123: Ibid. Pp. 16-17: By dream or vision, John Tanner joins Joseph Smith in 1835
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 124: Ibid. Pp. 18-19: In 1844, in Nauvoo, Joseph Smith offers Tanner a note for the $2,000 loaned in 1835
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 125: Ibid. Pp. 15-16: Conversion of John Tanner to Mormon Church, and miraculous healing of his leg; obeys Word of Wisdom
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 126: Jotting By the Way. St. George, Utah, 1882. Pp. XXII-XXV: Early events in life of Benjamin F. Johnson with the church. Informant: Johnson 1882
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 127: Ibid. Pp. 22-23: Mormon Parody of "Yankee Doodle."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 128: Ibid. Pp. 20-21: Poem, "The Old Kirkland Temple."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 129: Voice from the Mountains. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1881. p. 18: Gift of tongues given with baptism. Informant: Johnson 1881
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 130: Susquehanna Stories. Afton, New York: 1912. Indian story involving physical test of wooers of the daughter of the chief. Informant: Cake 1912
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 131: Ibid. Description of points of interest about Joseph Smith in vicinity of Afton, New York
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 132: Ibid. Site of Afton, New York's, connection with Mormons, and their connection with Spaulding manuscript
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 133: Three Degrees of Glory. September 22, 1922. Through messengers of the Lord, in 1884 receives genealogical information. Informant: Ballard
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 134: A History of Moab, Utah. Moab, 1937. p. 32: Two stories of how Moab got its name. Informant: Tanner 1937
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 135: Ibid. p. 22: Men in Moab in 1855 in trouble with Indians on doctrine of inter-marriage. Mormons have to turn down Indian brides
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 136: Ibid. Pp. 34-35: Folk medicine in Moab
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 137: Ibid. p. 63: The Creator used south-eastern Utah as a place to dispose waste material
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 138: p. 72-73: Remarks on Tom Roach and his killing of Indian Joe
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 139: J.A. Scorup, A Utah Cattleman. Circa 1944. p. 4: Mormon converts from Denmark seals as son & daughter to missionary who converted them. Informant: Scorup 1944
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 140: Ibid. p. 15: Church officials arrest two men for pulling out deck of cards in church; fined $20
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 141: Ibid. Pp. 16-18: Conditions of church in Saline in early days, and why they had an averse effect on young people
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 142: Unidentified newspaper clipping. Poem, "Life's a Railway to Heaven."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 143: Journal of Discourses, Vol. XIX, p. 38: Brigham Young's statement on The Doctrine and Covenants, Section 9, Verse 2. Informant: Young
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 144: San Juan Record. Monticello, Utah. Summer of 1946. Predictions of Bishop John Koyle concerning World War III
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 145: An Escape from Death. Improvement Era, Vol. 49, No. 9 (September 1946). p. 568: Copy of Improvement Era over heart prevents bullet going farther. Informant: Smith 1946
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 146: Leaves from My Journal. Third book of Faith Promoting Series. Salt Lake City, 1882. Pp. 5-6: In troubles in Missouri. Informant: Woodruff 1882
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 147: The Lamanites. Juvenile Instructor, Vol. IX. Pp. 264-275, 280- 281, 291-292, 303: In 1874 many Indians baptized. Informant: Nicholson
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 148: Milton R. Hunter's review of Fawn Brodie's No Man Knows My History, from Pacific Historical Review, 1946. Informant: Hunter 1946
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 149: Words and music to Myron R. Crandall's song, "This Is The Place," published by Mr. Crandall in Ogden in 1935. Informant: Crandall 1935
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 20, no. 150: The March of the Mormon Battalion from Council Bluffs, Taken from the Journal of Henry Standage. New York, 1928. Pp. 136- 137. Informant: Golder/Bailey/Smith 1928
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 151: Memories of Alice Parker Isom. Utah Historical Quarterly, Vol. 10, Nos. 1-4. Pp. 58-59. Song about Johnston's Army and the Mormons
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 152: Unidentified newspaper clipping from Asa Judd, St. George, Utah, 1947. Song: "The Mormon Car."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 153: ‘This is the Place'--And it Became Utah: A Century Ago Brigham Young... New York Times Magazine. July 20, 1947. Informant: Brodie 1947
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 154: Program of Home Concert, the Occidental College Glee Clubs, May 1947, at which "Blue Mountain" by F.W. Keller was sung
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 155: Pioneer Days in the San Bernardino Valley. Redlands, California: 1906. p. 33: when Mormons suddenly left San Bernardino. Informant: Crafts/Megehee 1857-8
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 156: Ibid. p. 61: Description of houses in San Bernardino in 1858, including "The Harem," built by Apostle Lyman for his four wives
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 157: Ibid. Pp. 49-50: Mormon legend about Brigham Young's revelation concerning the settlement of San Bernardino
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 158: Ibid. p. 31: How the streets of San Bernardino were laid out in 1854, and the Mormon names given to them
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 159: Ibid. P. 29-30: Story about coyotes eating buckskin bags containing a large amount of gold, hidden in a tree
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 160: Church Steps' Bottle Holds Pioneer Poem. Salt Lake Tribune, March 1948. In repairing steps to St. George Stake Tabernacle... Informant: Jarvis 1872
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 161: Gone But Not Forgotten: Fate of 108-Year-Old Nauvoo Legion Flag Missing Since 1897 Still Mystery. Salt Lake Tribune, March 28, 1948. Informant: Brown 1948
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 162: American Whig. Vol. 2, No. 11. Woodstock, Vermont: March 14, 1831. Article on the growth of Mormonism
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 163: The Horn of the Green Mountains. Vol. 1, No. 51 Manchester, Vermont, March 8, 1831. Article on fanaticism of Mormons. Informant: Purdy 1831
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 164: Painesville Telegraph. Vol. 3, No. 21 Painesville, Ohio, May 26, 1837. Poem: "The Golden Bible."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 165: Geauga Gazette. Vol. III, No. 25 Painesville, Ohio, March 15, 1831. Statements that Mormonism is an anti-Masonic religion
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 166: Millennial Star. Vol. VIII, No. 10, December 6, 1846. Song said to have been sung while some Mormon leaders were in prison
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 167: Deseret News. Vol. IV, No. 8 Salt Lake City, March 2, 1854. Poem: "Mind Your Own Business."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 168: Millennial Star. Vol. VI, No. 1, June 15, 1845. P. 26: Mormon proverbs
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 169: Millennial Star. Vol. IX, No. 3, February 1, 1847. P. 46: Description of marriage which took place on a ship
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 170: Millennial Star. Vol. IX, No. 9, May 1, 1847. Hymn sung at the "Dedication of the House of the Lord in the City of Joseph, May 1 1846."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 171: Deseret News. Vol. 2, No. 6 Salt Lake City, January 24, 1852. "The Returned Californian's Song," a parody of "Oh Susannah!"
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 172: Deseret News. Vol. 2, No. 7 Salt Lake City, August 13, 1862. Song: "Three Cheers for Our Own Mountain Home."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 173: Deseret News. Vol. 1, No. 13 Salt Lake City, September 7, 1850. William Clayton; Song: "The Gold Diggers."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 174: Deseret News. Vol. 13, No. 23, March 2, 1864. Song: "That Concert," by E.R. Snow
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 175: Millennial Star. Vol. 12, No. 3, February 1, (?). Song: "The Mormon Farmer's Song," to the tune of "A Life on the Ocean Wave;" by Holt
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 176: Deseret News. Vol. 1, No. 25 Salt Lake City, January 25, 1851. Song: "The Bee," by Joseph Cain, to the tune of "The Sea."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 177: Beehive Songster. August 18, 1868. P. 11: Song: "The Iron Horse," sung to the tune of "Caerfilly [sic] March."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 178: Revelation in Mormonism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1932. Bishop of Sanpete preaching about polygamy. Informant: Arbaugh 1932
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 179: Destruction of the Mormon Temple at Nauvoo. The Nauvoo Independent, Nauvoo, Illinois, October 14, 1948. Informant: Arrington 1948
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 180: An Illustrated Storyette. Deseret News, Salt Lake City, July 11, 1948. Joseph F. Smith saved from harm. Informant: Zobell 1948
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 181: Daily News, Los Angeles, November 18, 1949. Column by Matt Weinstock. Mexican writes God for 100 pesos
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 182: Anybody's Gold Mine. Saturday Evening Post October 1, 1949. Article on hunting for Montezuma's treasure near Kanab, Utah. Informant: Whipple 1949
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 183: Bella Union Melodeon Songster. San Francisco: D.E. Appleton, 1860. Pp. 7-8. Song: "The Dumb Wife."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 184: Marching Through Georgia, and Wearing of the Green. Fifth ed. San Francisco: D.E. Appleton, 1867. P. 24: Song: "Brigham Young."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 185: The Great Emerson New Popular Songster. Blake and Sharp, 1872. Pp. 53-55. Song: "The Days of ‘49."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 186: Fremont's Song for the People. New York, 1856. Pp. 58-60: poem: "The Pass of the Sierra."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 187: Book of Words of the Hutchinson Family. New York: Baker Godwin and Co., 1851. Pp. 22-23: song: "Ho! For California."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 188: Ibid. Pp. 32-33: poem: "The Indian's Lament."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 189: Ibid. P. 44: poem: "Westward Ho!"
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 190: The Pacific Song Book. San Francisco, 1861. Part I, pp. 28-30: song: "Joaquin, the Horse Thief." Informant: Appleton 1861
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 191: Ibid. P. 55: Song: "Hangtown Gals."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 192: Ibid. Part IV, p. 16: Song: parody on "Villikins and his Dinah," which is an attack on Sam Brannon
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 193: Ibid. Part V, pp. 30-31: Song: "Wish I Was a Mormonite."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 194: Ibid. One Stanza of "Sweet Betsy of Pike," which has reference to Brigham Young
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 195: Put's Original California Songster. D.E. Appleton and Co.: San Francisco, 1868. Pp. 31-33: Song: "Arrival of the Greenhorn."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 196: Ibid. Pp. 19-21: Song: "Seeing the Elephant."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 197: Ely White Pine News. Ely, Nevada, March 19, 1870. P. 3, Col. 2: Short article on the circumstances of the Mountain Meadows Massacre
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 198: John D. Lee's Lost Gold Mine. The Deseret Magazine, El Centro, California. August 1946, Vol. 9, No. 10. Tales of Lee's activities. Informant: Kelly 1946
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 199: Pp. 65-66: a parody of "The Mountains Meadows Massacre." Informant: Walker
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 200: Utah Works Progress Administration, Historical Records Survey. Copy of "Pioneer Personal History Questionnaire." March 9, 1937
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 201: Written in May 1894. Sung by Chas Snell Latigo Gordon and other cowboys. Frank Silvey. Song: "Big ‘I' and Little ‘U'," by Charles Snell. Informant: Pogue 1953
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 202: Court Order from Weber County, Utah, April 11, 1855: Summons for disturbing the peace; salty language
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 203: Exactly the same as FMC III 180
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 204: Arizona Raided Short Creek -- Why? Collier's Magazine. November 13, 1953. Informant: Maloney 1953
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 205: A Mormon Fundamentalist Tells His Story: Why I Had Five Wives. Coolier's Magazine, November 13, 1953. Informant: Jessop/Whipple 1953
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 206: Clipping from unidentified "slick" magazine, circa 1953, 1954. Pictures and article on Water Dowser at work in Vermont
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 207: Postcard purchased in Moab, Utah, 1953. "Indian Lament," supposedly statement of "Old Hosteen Yazzie, Age 110 Years."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 208: Printed pamphlet entitled "Moab, Utah...Center of Scenic Graneur."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 209: Benjamin Franklin. New York: the Viking Press, 1928. Quoting a statement in Franklin's column, "The Busy-Body," March 27, 1729. Informant: Van Doren 1928
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 21, no. 210: The Utah Christian Mission, Phoenix, Arizona. Utah The Land of Mormon Darkness. Anti-Mormon pamphlet sent us in 1950
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 211: The Bible and Mormonism. Silent Evangelist. No. 1828. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Faith Prayer and Tract League. Anti-Mormon criticism. Informant: Triezenberg
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 212: My Testimony of the Gospel of the Grace of God. Phoenix, Arizona: The Utah Christian Mission. n.d. Anti-Mormon, by a former Mormon. Informant: Sexauer
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 213: Reaching Mormons for Christ and Exposing Mormon Fables. Phoenix, Arizona. The Utah Christian Mission. n.d. Anti- Mormon. Informant: McGimsey 1949
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 214: Ibid. Dec. 1949. Anti-Mormon
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 215: Can You Believe? Phoenix, Arizona. The Utah Christian Mission. n.d. Anti-Mormon. Informant: Sexauer
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 216: A Great Scholar's Opinion of Joseph Smith, Jr.'s Reformed Egyptian So-Called. Phoenix, Arizona: The American Desert Mission. n.d. Informant: Anthon
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 217: Daily News. Los Angeles. July 12, 13, 1954. Accounts of the unsuccessful start of the raft Lehi, from San Francisco to Hawaii
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 218: A review by Austin E. Fife of Jules Remy and Julius Brenchley, A Journey to Great-Salt-Lake-City. London, 1961. Informant: Fife 1961
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 219: My Antonia. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1918 and 1926. Pp. 28-29. First Mormons leaving mid-West for Utah. Informant: Cather 1926
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 220: Song of Mormon Battalion Tells of ‘Battle of Bulls.' Provo (Utah) Daily Herald. May 24, 1959. Informant: Groesbeck 1959
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 221: Mormons and Civil Rights. April 13, 1959. Also three letters to the editor. May 4, 1959. Discussion of Mormon treatment of minorities.
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 222: Poems of the Covered Wagons. Portland: Pacific Publishing House. 1947. Four items of poetry and song. Informant: Powers 1947
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 223: Enoch's Advocate. Newspaper (anti-Mormon pamphlet). June 6, 1874. Song "Enox" to tune of "There Is Sweet Rest in Heaven."
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 224: Astronauts Parallel Mormon Pioneers. Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. July 30, 1969. Comparison of first trip to moon. Informant: Burton 1969
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 225: ‘Issues' Speaker Deplores Doctronaire. Salt Lake Tribune, April 5, 1962. University of Utah professor enumerates faults of Utahans
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 226: Earth Horizon. New York: The Literary Guild. 1932. P. 250. Cites a "haunted" Mormon. Informant: Austin 1932
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 227: The Man Who Was Banished. Unidentified Salt Lake newspaper. April 15, 1956. Story of John Baptiste. Informant: Miller 1956
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 228: New York: The Literacy Guild. 1932. Pp. 256-257. A family's attitude toward a handicapped child. Informant: Austin 1932
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 229: Death Comes for the Archbishop. New York: Knopf. Pp. 278- 279. A tale about Father Serra, related to Three Nephite stories. Informant: Cather
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 230: Log Angeles Examiner. March 11, 1956. Account of opening and description of Los Angeles L.D.S. temple
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 231: The Deseret News. Salt Lake City. April 21, 1939. Federal government requests information about inventor of "Mormon" hay derrick
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 232: Scrapbook of Selma Galbraith, Thornton, Idaho. Unidentified newspaper clipping
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 233: Salt Lake Tribune. April 19, 1963. Article by Mrs. C. W. Stevens on the activities and probable fate of the outlaw Lopez. Informant: Stevens 1963
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 234: Gravestones in Soda Springs, Idaho, on graves of Niels and Mary Christoffersen Anderson
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 235: Song: "Seagulls and Crickets." Folkways Records FP 36. 1952. L.M. Hilton
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 236: American Thresherman (monthly). Madison, Wisconsin. Nov. 1901. On death of Lorenzo Snow
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 237: Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. Oct. 10, 1975. Thornley family placed plaque
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 238: Cora Burt Lauridsen's notes on songs in early Deseret News, Millennial Star, Ogden Junction. 1848-1870. Twenty citations
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 239: Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. April 24, 1977. Mrs. Hansen's account of "seagulls and crickets." Informant: Hansen 1977
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 240: Ibid. April 22, 1979. Again, Mrs. Hansen records the miracle of "seagulls and crickets" at Teton Dam disaster, 1976. Informant: Hansen 1976
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 241: Transcription of text on Elijah Fordham gravestone, Wellsville, Utah. Personal data, plus account of his healing by Joseph Smith
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 242: Translation of Pliny's Natural History (London 1601), in which there is an account of devastations by locusts
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 243: Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. May 30, 1982. Account of use of human body to repair ditches, in early days of Cache Valley
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 244: Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Jan. 8, 1947. John H. Koyle Repudiates All Claims Regarding Dream Mine
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 245: The Desert Magazine, August 1946. John D. Lee's Lost Gold Mine
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 246: Letters of a Woman Homesteader. Under date of 1911, woman in Wyoming says she has bookcase
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 247: Salt Lake Tribune. March 6, 197?. Poem on St. George Tabernacle by Charles L. Walker found in tabernacle steps. Informant: Walker
Folk Coll 4, FMC Ser. III, Vol. 22, no. 248: The Origin on Mormonism, pamphlet of speech given by Mrs. Dr. Horace Eaton, Palmyra, N.Y., 1881. Informant: Eaton 1881

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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Fife, Alta (Alta Stevens), 1912-1996.  ( contributor)
    • Fife, Austin E.  ( contributor)
    • Subject Terms :
    • Folk songs--United States.
    • Folklore archives--Utah.
    • Folklore--West (U.S.)
    • Mormons--Utah--Folklore.
    • Mormons--West (U.S.)--Social life and customs--Interviews.
    • Songs--United States--Folklore.
    • Geographical Names :
    • United States--Religion--Folklore.

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