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 Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 28 : BOOKS
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BOOKS Dance Collections  A-L

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DANCE BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND EPHEMERA AT PINE MOUNTAIN SETTLEMENT SCHOOL  Index to Physical Collection  BY Author

The Pine Mountain Settlement School books representing the Dance Collections is extensive. Dance played a major role in the community relation of the School and also in their recreation program. The collection is understandably focused on American and English folk dance and represents works by leading scholars in those fields. It also contains related material that will be of interest to scholars studying dance, particularly as it relates to education. 

A favorite dance enjoyed by many of the children at Pine Mountain.
“Gathering Peascods,” Pine Mountain Settlement School children dancing on the road, c. 1920s

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ALL JOIN HANDS: FIRST STEPS FOR RECREATION LEADERS. Ellen Edwards and Jacqueline Plauche Smith, eds. Eastern Cooperative League, February 1941. 32pp. Pamphlet.

Allan, E. J. Mozart. ALLAN’S REFERENCE GUIDE TO THE BALL-ROOM. WITH A FEW HINTS ON DRAWING-ROOM ETIQUETTE. Glasgow: Mozart Allan, n.d. 83pp. Tiny book.

Allen, Madeline. SQUARE DANCEMANSHIP: A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES FROM “SQUARE DANCE-WHERE?”. Alameda, CA: Square Dance-Where?: The Directory For Northern California, n.d. 28pp. Autographed.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL THEATRE AND ACADEMY…AN ORGANIZATION OF THEATRE SERVICES, INFORMATION AND ACTIVITIES, CONGRESSIONALLY CHARTERED AND INDEPENDENTLY FINANCED. A publication of the ANTA Board of Directors, 1955. Includes a letter from the General Manager soliciting Ralph Page’s assistance.

THE AMERICAN PROMPTOR AND GUIDE TO ETIQUETTE. 4pp. photocopy.

Anderson, Virginia C. SQUARE AND CIRCLE. Woodbury, NJ: American Squares, 1950. 38pp. Autographed.

Andrews, Shirley. TAKE YOUR PARTNERS: TRADITIONAL SOCIAL DANCING IN COLONIAL AUSTRALIA. 2nd edition. Melbourne: Victorian Folk Music Club, 1976. 26pp. Bibliography.

“Antiques & Collectors: Objects of Their Affection: Their Passion for Collecting Knows No Bounds” fromOHIO MAGAZINE, n.d. pp. 49-72.

THE ASSOCIATION OF HISTORICAL SOCIETIES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, INC.: 1980-1981. Directory and By-Laws. 32pp.

Autry, Gene. DE LUXE EDITION OF FAMOUS ORIGINAL COWBOY SONGS & MOUNTAIN BALLADS. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1938. 95pp. 

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BARBER SHOP BALLADS, ALBUM OF FAVORITE OLD AND MODERN. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., n.d. 192pp.

Barringer, Phyllis. DANCE BIBLIOGRAPHY. Brockport, NY: State Teachers College, November 1948. 6pp. Typescript.

Bartholomew, Marshall. MOUNTAIN SONGS OF NORTH CAROLINA. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1926. 43pp.

THE BASIC MOVEMENTS OF SQUARE DANCING. Reprint from SETS IN ORDER. Los Angeles: Sets In Order, n.d.

THE BASIC MOVEMENTS OF SQUARE DANCING. 1965-66 Revision. Los Angeles, CA: Sets in Order, 1965.

Beliajus, Finadar Vytautas. DANCE AND BE MERRY. Clayton F. Summy Co., 1940.

Beliajus, Vytautas F. LET’S BE MERRY: LINKSMI BUKIM. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1951. 38pp.

Beliajus, Vytautas Finadar. MERRILY DANCE. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1947. 24pp.

Besthoff, Mabel, arr. CHILDREN’S GARLAND OF CHRISTMAS CAROLS: FOR PIANO. New York: Mills Music Inc., 1945. 16pp.

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FOLK SONG AND FOLK LORE BOOKS. 4pp. typescript.

Bidstrup, Georg and Marguerite. FOLK DANCES BROUGHT FROM DENMARK. Asheville, N.C.: Stephens Press, 1951. 7pp. Dance, music.

Bidstrup, Georg and Marguerite. FOLK DANCES BROUGHT FROM DENMARK. Asheville: Stephens Press, 1952. 29pp.

Blaker, A.H. et al., eds. PUGET SOUND SQUARES AND ROUNDS. Seattle, Washington: Folk Dance Federation of Washington, September 1952. 99pp.

Blanchard, Marvin L. CALLS TAUGHT AT FIRST SESSION OF SQUAIROUNDERS: 1950. Stapled, type-script booklet. Autographed.

BOW AND COURTESY. Examples of 4 gentleman’s bows and lady’s courtesies respectively collected from 19th-century dancing manuals. Illustrated. Photocopy.

Bowers, Ethel. PARTIES: MUSICAL MIXERS AND SIMPLE SQUARE DANCES. New York: National Recreation Association, 1941 (1937). 51pp.

Bowman, A.S. THE YOUNG VIOLINIST’S FAVORITE: NO. 1. Chicago: The Homan Publishing House, 1891. 50pp.

Boyd, Neva L. and Tressie M. Dunlavy. OLD SQUARE DANCES OF AMERICA. Chicago: H.T. FitzSimons Company, 1925. 96pp. 2 copies.

“A Brief History of Square Dancing.” from ROSIN THE BOW. Vol.5, No.3, 1953. pp.13-26.

Briggs, Dudley T. THIRTY CONTRAS FROM NEW ENGLAND. Burlington, Mass., 1953. 77pp. Includes contra history, teaching and calling suggestions, and signed letter from Briggs to Ralph Page.

Brooks, Prof.C. THE BALL ROOM MONITOR. Philadelphia, 1870. pp. 50-63 only. Photocopy.

Brouillett, M.B. A COLLECTION OF COTILLIONS, SCOTCH REELS, &C. Logansport, Indiana, 1834. 8pp. photocopy.

Brundage, A. and R. Merchant. CONTRAS ARE FUN. 1952. 35pp. Paperback.

Bryans, Helen L. and John Madsen. SCANDINAVIAN DANCES: DANISH AND SWEDISH FOLK DANCES. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, 1942. (a) BOOK I. 40pp. (b) BOOK II. 40pp.

Buchanan, Fannie R. FOLK DANCES AND HOW TO DO THEM. Des Moines, Iowa: Successful Farming, 1929. 30pp.

Burchenal, Elizabeth. FOLK DANCING AS A POPULAR RECREATION. New York: G. Schirmer, 1922. 19pp. Pamphlet.

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Carpenter, “Ernie”. SQUARE DANCE CALLS. Syracuse, NY: Ernest Carpenter, Jr., 1932. 15pp.

Carpenter, Lucien O. J.W. PEPPER’S UNIVERSAL DANCING MASTER. Chicago: J.W.Pepper, 1882. 36pp.

Carpenter, Lucien O. J.W. PEPPER’S UNIVERSAL DANCING MASTER: PROMPTER’S CALL BOOK AND VIOLINIST’S GUIDE. Chicago: J.W.Pepper, 1882. 110pp.

Carroll, George P. THE CARROLL COLLECTION OF ANCIENT MARTIAL MUSIC, VOL. 1. Alexandria, VA: The Company of Military Collectors & Historians, December 1962. 50pp.

Cazden, Norman. “Regional and Occupational Orientations of American Traditional Song.” Reprint from JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE. Vol. 72, No. 286. 1959. pp. 310-344.

Charlebois, Jeanne-d’Arc. LES CHANSONS DE L’INCOMPARABLE IMITATRICE. Montreal: Ed. Archambault, Inc., n.d. 25pp.

CHIKUZEN KOYANOSE SHUKUBA ODORI NO UTA [Chikuzen Koyanose Inn Dance Song]. In Japanese. Wood block print text and illustrations on hand made paper. Hand bound.

Clark, Harriet L. RECIPES USING MAPLE PRODUCTS. Laconia, NH: Belknap County Farm Bureau, Feb., 1952. 17pp. Typescript.

Clendenen, F. Leslie. CAKE WALKS: PLAINLY DESCRIBED. St. Louis: L.E. Clendenen, n.d. 7pp.

Clendenen, F. Leslie. FASHIONABLE QUADRILLE CALL BOOK AND GUIDE TO ETIQUETTE. Chicago: B. Coanacher, 1899. 102pp. 2 copies.

Clossin, Jimmy and Carl Hertzog. WEST TEXAS SQUARE DANCES. El Paso, Texas: Carl Hertzog, 1950. 48pp. Dictionary, Around-the-Ring Dances, Quadrilles, Callers Chatter.

A COLLECTION OF YE OLD-FASHIONED DANCES OF 1850: CONTAINING OVER 50 CONTRA DANCES, COTILLONS, QUADRILLES. Lewiston, ME: F.E. Carville, 1926. 24pp. 2 copies.

Collections of Folk Dances from Various Countries. Typescript.

COME A SINGING! CANADIAN FOLK-SONGS. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, Canada Department of Mines and Resources, 1947. 59pp.

CONTRA. Louisville, Kentucky: Thirty-Second National Square Dance Convention, June 1983. 45pp.

CONTRA DANCE SYLLABUS. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: 28th National Square Dance Convention, June 1979. 44pp.

CONTRA SYLLABUS. Atlantic, NJ: 26th National Square Dance Convention, June 1977.

[CONTRE-DANSE FRANCAISE.] Illustration, explanation, and music for figures of 4 French contra dances. Photocopy of French text.

Cook, Robert Lee. “The Frontier Dance” from SQUARE DANCING. A series of articles tracing the development of the Frontier Dance: 1. “The Beginning.” May 1971. pp.9-11. 2. “The Covered Wagon Era.” July 1971. pp.7-8. 3. “The Covered Wagon Era (Continued).” August 1971. pp.24-25. 4. “The Miners Dance: Part 1.” September 1971. pp.7-8. 5. “The Miners Dance: Part 2.” October 1971. pp.14-15. 6. “The Miners Dance: Part 3.” November 1971. pp.25-26. 7. “The Clodhopper Dance: Part 1.” December 1971. pp.11-12. 8. “The Clodhopper Dance: Part 2.” January 1972. pp.21-22.

Corbeil, Paul-Emile. LES AIRS FAVORIS DU VAGABOND QUI CHANTE. Quebec, Canada: Le Parnasse Musical, 1945. 30pp.

Cox, Harvey. “A Dance Before The Lord” from THE FEAST OF FOOLS. 1970. pp. 48-55. Photocopy.

Cray, Ed. SONGS FROM THE ASH GROVE. Los Angeles: Ash Grove, 1959. 45pp. illus, music. Pamphlet.

Creighton, Helen and Doreen H. Senior. TWELVE FOLK SONGS FROM NOVA SCOTIA. London: Novello & Co. Ltd. for the National Council of Education of Canada, 1940. 41pp.

Czarnowski, Lucile K. and Jack B. McKay. HOW TO TEACH FOLK (2 copies) AND SQUARE DANCE. Oakland, CA: Triangle Printing Company, 1953. 43pp. 2 copies.

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“The Dancing Doctor–A Highland Tale. Founded On Fact.” from HOUSEKEEPER’S ANNUAL. Boston: T.H.Carter & Co., 1844. pp. 83-88. photocopy. A Scottish story about the benefits of dancing.

Delakova, Katya and Fred Berk. JEWISH FOLK DANCE BOOK. New York: National Jewish Welfare Board, 1948. 45pp.

DIRECTIONS FOR 27 COUNTRY DANCES. Folder #257 of the Ridgely Collection, The Public Archives Commission, Hall of Records, Dover, Delaware. Manuscript. 17pp. Photocopy.

DIRECTORY ’84. Cambridge, MA: Country Dance Society, Boston Centre, Inc., 1984.

Dunsing, Gretel and Paul. DANCE LIGHTLY. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1946. 29pp.

Dunsing, Paul and Gretel, ed. GOLDEN BRIDGE: GERMAN FOLK RECREATION. Lynn Rohrbough, 1952. 36pp.

Durlacher, Ed. ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC SQUARE DANCES: CALLS AND DESCRIPTIONS. Issue No.1. 3pp. 4 copies.

Durlacher, Ed. “Pop Goes the Weasel” from HONOR YOUR PARTNER. New York: Pepsi-Cola Company by permission, 1947. 6pp.

Durlacher, Ed. and J.A. Browne. SQUARE DANCES. New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1946. 36pp.

Durlacher, Ed. and J.A. Browne. SQUARE DANCES: VIOLIN PART. Supplement to SQUARE DANCES. 11pp.

Durlacher, Ed: caller, with Al MacLeod’s Country Dance Band. SQUARE DANCES. DECCA: Album No. A-229. Records 15053 through 15055.

Dutch Cove Old Time String Band. SYCAMORE TEA: [RECORD] JA 023. Whitesburg, Kentucky: June Appal Recordings, 1978. Liner notes for record album. Appalachian music.

Duthie, Mary Eva. PROGRAM OF SONGS, GAMES, AND FOLK DANCES FOR 4-H CLUBS. Cornell Junior Extension Bulletin: Bulletin 55, November 1935. 31pp. Pamphlet.

Dyer-Bennet, Richard. THE 20TH CENTURY MINSTREL: A COLLECTION OF 20 SONGS AND BALLADS. New York: Leeds Music Corporation, 1946. 48pp.

Dziewanowska, Ada. POLISH NATIONAL DANCES. Third Edition. Watertown, MA., n.d. 19pp.

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Eisenberg, Helen & Larry. …AND PROMENADE ALL!: A LITTLE MANUAL EXPOUNDING THE PLEASURES OF FOLK TREASURES. Tennessee: Helen Eisenberg, 1947. 40 pp. Paper cover.

Eisenberg, Helen & Larry. …AND PROMENADE ALL: A COLLECTION OF JOYFUL FOLK GAMES AND SQUARES. Nashville, TN, 1952. 95pp.

Eisenberg, Larry. THE WORLD OF FUN SERIES OF RECORDS FOR FOLK GAMES. The Methodist Radio and Film Commission, 1951. 2 copies.

Erbsen, Wayne. WAYNE ERBSEN’S BACK POCKET BLUEGRASS SONGBOOK. New York: Pembroke Music Co., 1981. 56pp. words music, illus. Paperback.

Erbsen, Wayne. WAYNE ERBSEN’S BACKPOCKET OLD TIME SONGBOOK. New York: Pembroke Music Co., 1981. 56pp. words music, illus. Paperback.

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Farwell, Jane. FOLK DANCES FOR FUN: 22 FOLK DANCES AND SINGING GAMES: RECREATIONAL HELPS TO LEADERS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, Inc., n.d. 64pp.

Farwell, Jane, and Bob and Phippy Nichols. NOCH EIN MAL: “JUST ONCE MORE”. March, 1961. 44pp. Germany & Netherlands.

Filcich, John. “IGRA KOLO”: DANCE KOLOS. Oakland, CA: Slav-Art Music Co., 1952. Dance instruction for Kolos: Balkan circle dances. Typescript.

Filcich, John. IGRA KOLO: DANCE KOLOS. Oakland, CA: Slav-Art Music Co., 1953. Paperback typescript.

FOLK DANCE CAMP SYLLABI. FOLK DANCE CAMP. The Folk Dance Federation of California and College of the Pacific / University of the Pacific. Stockton, California.

(a) 3rd Annual, 1950. Includes “News To Me” camp bulletin. (b) 4th Annual, 1951 and 5th Annual, 1952. (c) 5th Annual, 1952. Includes autograph page & “Foot Notes.”

(d) 6th Annual, 1953. Includes “Foot Notes” camp bulletin. (e) 7th Annual, 1954. Includes “Foot Notes.” (f) 8th Annual, 1955. Includes “Foot Notes.” (g) 9th Annual, 1956. (2 copies) Copy 1 includes “Foot Notes.” (h) 10th Annual, 1957. Includes “Foot Notes.”

(i) 11th Annual, 1958. Includes “Foot Notes.” (j) 12th Annual, 1959. Includes “Foot Notes.” (k) 13th Annual, 1960. Includes “Foot Notes.” (l) 14th Annual, 1961. Includes “Foot Notes.” (m) 15th Annual, 1962. Includes “Foot Notes.”

(n) 18th Annual, 1965 and 19th Annual, 1966. Includes 1965 camp bulletin, “Head-Lines and Foot-Notes.” (o) 33rd Annual, 1980. Includes “Foot Notes.”

FOLK DANCE TEXT. Japan: Asahi Newspaper Co., for National Recreation Association of Japan, n.d. International folk dance instructions with brief biographies of Ralph Page, Mary Ann Herman, and other teachers. In Japanese.

THE FOLK FESTIVAL HANDBOOK: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR LOCAL COMMUNITIES. Philadelphia: The Evening Bulletin Folk Festival Association, 1944. 64pp. Pamphlet.

FOLK MUSIC FESTIVALS, FIDDLERS’ CONVENTIONS, AND RELATED EVENTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1971. 22pp.

FOLK MUSIC OF THE UNITED STATES AND LATIN AMERICA. COMBINED CATALOG OF PHONOGRAPH RECORDS. Washington, D.C. Library of Congress, 1948. 45 pp. Paper cover.

FOLK SONGS OF IRELAND: NO. 9. New York: Remick Music Corp., 1955. 128pp.

Ford, Henry. “A Dance A Week” from THE DEARBORN INDEPENDENT, 1926. Photocopy. Instructions and music for 12 basic dances.

FORTY-EIGHT MUCH LOVED FOLK SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 32pp. Cover is missing.

Foster, Stephen C. COLLECTION OF STEPHEN C. FOSTER SONGS. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1939. 96pp.

Foster, Stephen. SONGS OF STEPHEN FOSTER. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1942. 24pp.

Foster, William A. FAVORITE SQUARE DANCES: KIT 53. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1948. 28pp. 2 copies.

FOUR AND TWENTY CAROLS AND HOLIDAY SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1963. 24pp.

Fowell, Kenneth. LET’S SQUARE DANCE: A BEGINNER’S COURSE IN AMERICAN SQUARES AND ROUND DANCES. Great Falls, Montana, 1951. 56pp. Autographed.

Fowell, Kenneth. HI, SQUARE DANCERS! A MORE ADVANCED COURSE IN AMERICAN SQUARES AND ROUND DANCES. Great Falls, Montana, 1951. 95pp. Autographed.

Fraisier, M.J.C. THE SCHOLARS COMPANION, CONTAINING A CHOICE COLLECTION OF COTILLONS & COUNTRY-DANCES. Boston, 1796. 16pp. Photocopy.

French, J.A. PROMPTERS’ HAND BOOK. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1893. 88pp.

Frizell, James B., C.B.E. TALK ON SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING. St. Andrew’s Society of Washington, D.C., December 28, 1953. Typescript.

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Gadd, May. COUNTRY DANCES OF TODAY: BOOK 2. New York: Country Dance Society of America, May, 1951. 16pp. 15 English and 2 American country dances.

Gadd, May, ed. ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCES OF TODAY. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, for The Country Dance Society of America, 1948. 24pp. 3 copies.

Gates, Edith M. OLD FOLK DANCES FROM NEW NATIONS: ESTONIA, LATVIA, POLAND AND RUSSIA. Clayton F. Summy Co., 1932. 32pp.

Gates, Edith. PROGRAM PAPERS FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW: X. SWING YOUR LADIES. New York: The Womans Press, 1941. pp. 26.

Gault, Marian and Ned. 100 AND 1 EASY FOLK DANCES. 1970. 25pp.

Gauthier, Conrad. LE FOLKLORE CANADIEN: 40 CHANSONS D’AUTREFOIS. Montreal: Ed. Archambault, Inc., n.d. 84pp.

Gerr, Owen M. ADVENTURES IN RECREATION. Chicago: Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1934. 96pp.

Gibb, Giles, Jr. HIS BOOK FOR THE FIFE. Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1974. 40pp. reprint. Spiral paperback.

Golden, Cal. THE NEWEST AND LATEST SQUARE DANCE SINGING CALLS. Singing Call Book No.1. Phoenix, Arizona: 1953. 58pp. 2 copies.

Golden, Cal. SQUARE DANCE PATTER BOOK. Pasadena, CA: McCartney Publications, 1951. 71pp. Autographed.

Gotcher, Les. SQUARE DANCIN’. Hollywood, CA: Beechwood Music Corporation, 1950. 49pp. Calls, photos and instructions.

Gotcher, Les. TEACHING MANUAL FOR CALLERS, TEACHERS, BEGINNERS. Inglewood, CA: Black Mountain Records, n.d. 28pp.

Gowing, Gene. COLLECTION OF AMERICAN QUADRILLES, CONTRAS AND ROUNDS WITH GENERAL TERMS. Folkways, 1945. 18pp. 2 copies, both autographed.

Greggerson, H.F. Jr. HERB’S BLUE BONNET CALLS. 4th Edition. El Paso, Texas, 1937. 68pp. Autographed.

Greggerson, H.F. Jr. HERB’S BLUE BONNET CALLS. El Paso, Texas, 1939. 68pp.

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Hamilton, Frank. INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN ROUND DANCING. Temple City, CA: Windsor Records, 1953. 48pp.

Hamilton, Jack. ENGLISH FOLK DANCING. 1st Edition. Wakefield, England: EP Publishing Limited, 1974. 35pp.

Hanson, S.C. MERRY MELODIES FOR THE SCHOOL ROOM AND SOCIAL CIRCLE. Beverly, MA: Geo. P. Brown & Co., 1895. 64pp.

HARDING’S COLLECTION OF 200 JIGS, REELS AND COUNTRY DANCES: FOR PIANO, VIOLIN, FLUTE OR MANDOLIN. London: The Frederick Harris Music Co. Limited, n.d. 61pp.

Henderson, T.S.T. NOTES ON MOVEMENTS AND FIGURES COMMONLY USED IN SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING. Washington, D.C., 1954. 26pp.

Hendrix, D.B. SMOKY MOUNTAIN SQUARE DANCES. Sevierville, TN: David B. Hendrix, 1941. 38pp. 2 copies.

Herman, Mary Ann. “Easter Dances of the Ukraine” from DANCE MAGAZINE. April 1956. pp.38-9. Photocopy.

Herman, Mary Ann. FOLK DANCE TEACHING TECHNIQUES SESSION. Maine Folk Dance Camp, 1959. 16pp. Dance steps. Hand out.

Hinds, Donna. THE GRUMBLING OLD WOMAN: A COLLECTION OF DANCE MUSIC. Bedford, MA: Hand to Mouth Music, 1981. 39pp. Autographed.

Hoadley, H. Orlo. A GUIDEBOOK FOR SQUARE DANCERS. 3rd Edition. Huron, OH: American Squaredance Magazine, 1984. 42pp. Autographed by Hoadley, with a letter by Roger Whynot.

Holden, Rickey. INDEX TO CONTRA DANCES WHICH ARE PRINTED IN BOOKS. Saturday, 17 November 1951. 6pp. Typescript.

Holden, Rickey. THE SQUARE DANCE CALLER. San Antonio: Holden, 1951. 48pp. soft cover.

Holden, Rickey. SQUARE DANCING TEXAS STYLE: A GUIDE TO THE PERPLEXED. Folkraft Library of International Folk Dances- Volume 15. Folkraft Records, 1949. 16pp.

Holbrook, Leona. DANCING AS AN ASPECT OF EARLY MORMON (CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS) AND UTAH CULTURE. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, August 19, 1974. 27pp. Photocopy.

HOLLAND AS SEEN IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCE, 1713-1820. Photocopy and manuscript. 5pp.

Howard, George Elbert. KINDERGARTEN SONGS AND GAMES. Academic Music Co., 1908. 32pp.

Howe, Elias. AMERICAN DANCING MASTER AND BALL ROOM GUIDE: THE GERMAN, OR PARLOR COTILLON. The Flying Cloud Academy of Vintage Dance. Boston: Elias Howe, undated. illus. pamphlet.

Hull, James A. SQUARE DANCE CALLS AND EXPLANATIONS. Berkeley, CA., 1950 (1948). 34pp.

Hyll, Leslie Kay. AMERICAN FOLK DANCING. Belmont High School, Department of English, May 5, 1975. 16pp. Typescript.

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Ives, Burl. “THE WAYFARIN’ STRANGER”: A COLLECTION OF 21 FOLK SONGS AND BALLADS. New York: Leeds Music Corporation, 1945. 48pp.

Ives, Burl. “THE WAYFARIN’ STRANGER”: WITH GUITAR AND PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT. New York: Leeds Music Corporation, 1945. 48pp.

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Jarman, Harry. SQUARE DANCE CALLS AND HOW TO CALL THEM. New York: Broadcast Music, Inc., 1952. 40pp.

Jarman, Harry. HOW TO SQUARE DANCE: A SELF TEACHER. Cornhuskers Series No.1. Toronto: Harry E. Jarman & Co., 1938. 46pp.

Jarman, Harry and George Wade. HOW TO SQUARE DANCE: A SELF TEACHER. Cornhuskers Series No.1. Toronto: Harry E. Jarman & Co., 1938. 45pp.

Jarman, Harry E. DANCE CALLS ONLY FOR CALLING SQUARE DANCES: 20 COMPLETE CALLS. Cornhusker’s Series No.3. Toronto: Harry E. Jarman & Co., 1936. 48pp. 2 copies.

Jenkins, Mary Flynn. WHEELING AND DEALING WITH NURSING HOME RESIDENTS: A HANDBOOK FOR ACTIVITY DIRECTORS AND VOLUNTEERS INTERESTED IN BRINGING HAPPINESS TO OTHERS. Sandusky, OH: American Squaredance Magazine, 1976. 16pp.

JIMMIE AND DICK: FOLIO OF ORIGINAL AND FAVORITE SONGS. New York: Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc., 1941. 32pp.

Johnson, Margaret and Travis. EARLY AMERICAN SONGS FROM THE REPERTOIRE OF THE “SONG SPINNERS”. New York: Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1943. 65pp. Music and words. pamphlet.

Johnson, Rod. CLOG DANCING IN AMERICA. Rochester, NY: A paper for Anthropology 271, Cultural Patterns of Leisure, n.d. 10pp. Typescript.

Johnston, Albert. OLDE TYME BALLROOM DANCES. Highgate, England: Stanhope Publications, n.d. 65pp.

Jones, Fenton “Jonesy”. SINGING CALLS FOR SQUARE DANCING: WITH SUGGESTED RECORDS FOR THE DANCES. Los Angeles: Sets in Order, n.d. 36pp.

JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE SUPPLEMENT: APRIL, 1961. Tristam P. Coffin, ed. Philadelphia: The American Folklore Society, 1961. 102pp. Annual Report and extensive “Annual Bibliography of Folklore” by W. Edson Richmond.

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Kalberer, Arthur. DANCING THE CHA-CHA-CHA. New Jersey: American Graphic, 1957. 46pp. photos, steps, pamphlet.

Keene, Hank. THE NEW HANK KEENE BOOK OF ORIGINAL MOUNTAIN, COWBOY, HILL-BILLY AND FOLK SONGS. South Coventry, Conn.: Hank Keene Incorporated, 1936. 36pp. Autographed by the Radio Gang.

Keene, Hank. SONGS FROM THE NEW MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS “FUN CRAZY”. South Coventry, Conn.: Hank Keene, Inc., 1941. 39pp.

Kennedy, Douglas. COMMUNITY DANCES MANUAL 4: CONTRA DANCES WITH THE DOUBLE QUADRILLE AND SEVENTEEN TUNES. London: The English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1954. 13pp. 2 copies.

Kennedy, Douglas and Helen. SQUARE DANCES OF AMERICA. English Folk Dance and Song Society. 32pp. paperback.

Kennedy, Douglas and Helen. WALKING ON AIR: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE TECHNIQUE OF DANCING COUNTRY DANCES AND AMERICAN SQUARE DANCES. London: The English Folk Dance and Song Society, n.d.

Kennedy, Helen and Douglas. ENGLISH FOLK DANCE AND SONG SOCIETY: A JUBILEE HISTORY. London: Cecil Sharp House, 1961. 10+pp. photos.

Kennedy-Fraser, M. and Kenneth MacLeod. TWELVE SONGS FROM THE HEBRIDES. London: Paterson’s Publications Ltd., 1926. 21pp.

Kidson, Frank. OLD COUNTRY DANCES AND MORRIS TUNES. London: J. Curwen & Sons Ltd., n.d. 14pp. Includes historical account of the Morris Dance.

Kincaid, Bradley. MOUNTAIN BALLADS: BOOK NO. 9. Garden City, NY: Bradley Kincaid, 1939. 24pp.

Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude. FOLK SONGS AND FIDDLE TUNES OF THE U.S.A. New York: Carl Fischer Inc., 1959. 48pp.

Knorr, Frederick and Lloyd Shaw. COWBOY DANCE TUNES. Caldwell, Idaho: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1941. 24pp. *This pamphletis to accompany Lloyd Shaw’s book COWBOY DANCES.

THE KORN KOBBLERS: AMERICA’S MOST NONSENSICAL BAND. New York: Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc., 1943. 47pp.

Kulbitsky, Olga and Frank Kaltman. FOLLOW THE LEADER: A COLLECTION OF CIRCLE DANCES. American Squares Dance Series, No.2. New Jersey: American Squares, 1954. Paper cover. 2 copies.

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LA BASTRINGUE ET AUTRES DANSERIES. Quebec-Sillery: Laridaine, n.d.

LA BONNE CHANSON: NEUVIEME ALBUM-401 a 450, VENEZ GARCONS ET FILLES CHANTER. St. Hyacinthe, Canada: Charles-Emile Gadbois, Ptre., 1951.

La Farge, Rod. FORTY FAVORITE FOLK DANCES. Paterson, NJ: Rod La Farge, 1953. 48pp.

La Farge, Rod. GARDEN STATE SQUARE DANCES. New Jersey, 1950. 2 copies.

La Farge, Rod. HOW TO SQUARE DANCE. 2nd Ed. Haledon, NJ., 1950.

La Farge, Rod. 16 ORIGINAL ‘JERSEY STYLE’ SINGING CALLS. Haledon, NJ., 1950.

La Farge, Rod. “Square Dance Primer.” NORTH JERSEY COUNTRY DANCE PRIMER. March-April 1951. Includes also Definitions and Program Notes for Wyckoff Grange Hall.

Lair, John. 100 WLS BARN DANCE FAVORITES. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1935. 95pp.

Lampe, J. Bodewalt. SONGS OF SCOTLAND: 100 MOST POPULAR SCOTTISH SONGS. New York: Remick Music Corporation, 1914. 112pp.

Lampe, J.B. THE STAR DANCE FOLIO NO. 8. New York: Jerome H. Remick & Company, 1908. 87pp.

Larrieu, Albert. AU PAYS DES ERABLES: DEUXIEME SERIE DES VISIONS CANADIENNES. Montreal: Ed. Archambault, Inc., 1921. 18pp.

Larrieu, D’Albert. AU BON VIEUX TEMPS: TROISIEME SERIE DES VISIONS CANADIENNES. Montreal: Ed. Archambault, Inc., 1921. 20pp.

LEARN TO DANCE AND CALL SQUARE DANCES THE FOSTER WAY. Denver,CO: Foster’s Folkway Features, April, 1942. 35 cards. 2 copies.

Legare, Vila. LES CHANSONS D’ VILA LEGARE. Montreal: Les Editions Jacques Labrecque, 1949. 28pp.

Legare, Ovila. SETS “CALLES” (DANSES CARREES). Quebec. 22pp. pamphlet. 2 copies.

Leifer, Fred. THE FOLK DANCE MEMORIZER (SEQUENCE GUIDE NO.1): “75 DANCES AT A GLANCE”. Brooklyn, NY: Fred Leifer, 1951. 49pp. 3 copies: Copy 1 is autographed.

Lemaire, Noel and Greg Marcil. DANSES DU MONDE: DANSES CARREES DU RICHELIEU. Montreal: Manoir Notre-Dame de Grace, Decembre 1959.

Lerman, Leo. “The Shouting’s About–Folk Dancing!” from JUNIOR BAZAAR, May 1947. 4pp. Folk dance festivals in USA.

Leslies, Kenneth. SONGS OF NOVA SCOTIA. Ontario, Canada: Waterloo Music Co., n.d.

LET’S DANCE! California: The Folk Dance Federation of California, Inc., 1955. 28pp.

(a) Volume A: 30 BASIC DANCES. 28pp. (b) Volume B: 25 INTERMEDIATE DANCES. 36pp. (c) Volume C: 25 INTERMEDIATE DANCES. 27pp.

LET’S DANCE: FROM THE WALTZ TO THE LATEST. Vaduz, Liechtenstein: Flash World Library, 1969. 155pp. Illus. of ball room dance steps.

LET’S SING AND BE MERRY: SONGS FOR A GOOD TIME. New York: Calvert Distillers Corp, 1937. 32pp. music and illus. good cond.

LET’S SQUARE DANCE. Columbus, OH: Prima Footwear Co., 1949. 30pp.

Levin, Ida. KENTUCKY SQUARE DANCES. Louisville, Kentucky: Recreation Council, 1928. 31pp. 2 copies.

A LITTLE CAROL BOOK: CAROLS FROM MANY COUNTRIES. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 32pp.

Little, Jason C. SCOTTISH AND CAPE BRETON FIDDLE MUSIC IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: FOR VIOLIN/MANDOLIN AND GUITAR. 1984. 42pp. Soft cover, spiral bound.

LOOK AWAY: 50 NEGRO FOLK SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 47pp.

Lucero-White, Aurora, Eunice Hauskins and Helene Mareau. FOLK-DANCES OF THE SPANISH-COLONIALS OF NEW MEXICO. Santa Fe, NM, 1940. 46pp.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar and George Myers Stephens. IT’S FUN TO SQUARE DANCE: SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN CALLS AND FIGURES. Asheville, NC: The Stephens Press, 1942. 2 copies.

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