BOOKS Dance Collections M-Z

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 28 : Dance
BOOKS – Physical collections 


TAGS: dance; English Country Dance; folk dancing; folk dance; Kentucky Running Set; Cecil Sharp; Maude Karples; Appalachian dance; 


BOOKS Dance Collections M-Z

Index to Physical Collection  by Author

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF DANCE BOOKS, BOOKLETS AND EPHEMERA AT PINE MOUNTAIN SETTLEMENT SCHOOL

Lutrella Baker Album. Dance at Line Fork extension center.

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MacEachern, Dan Hugh. MACEACHERN’S COLLECTION: CAPE BRETON SCOTTISH MUSIC FOR THE VIOLIN. Queensville, Nova Scotia, 1975. 44pp.

MacQuarrie, Gordon F., arr. THE CAPE BRETON COLLECTION OF SCOTTISH MELODIES: FOR THE VIOLIN. Medford, MA: J. Beaton, 1975 (1940). 50pp.

Mahler, Jacob. ORIGINAL COTILLION FIGURES. St. Louis, MO: Gottschalk Printing Co, 1900. 59pp. photocopy.

THE MANHATTAN DANCE COLLECTION: A SUPERIOR ARRAY: POPULAR DANCE MUSIC. Philadelphia, PA: J.W. Pepper, 1895. 36pp.

Marcoux, Omer. FIDDLE TUNES. Bedford, NH: National Materials Development Center for French, 1980. 60pp.

MASTER RECORD GUIDE: APRIL 1965. Los Angeles: Sets In Order, 1965.

MASTER RECORD GUIDE: PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE BUYER OF SQUARE, ROUND AND BALLROOM DANCE RECORDS. Phoenix, AZ: Mail Order-Master Record Service, 1974. 38pp.

Matthews, Nibs and Jean. CALLERS’ CHOICE 1. London: The English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1973. 16pp. Dances of British Isles.

McQuillen, Bob. BOB’S 1 NOTE BOOK: JIGS, REELS & OTHER TUNES. Dublin, NH: Bob McQuillen, 1976. 70pp. Autographed.

McQuillen, Bob. BOB’S 2 NOTE BOOK: JIGS, REELS & OTHER TUNES. Dublin, NH: Bob McQuillen, 1976. 70pp. Autographed.

McQuillen, Bob. BOB’S 3 NOTE BOOK: JIGS, REELS & OTHER TUNES. Dublin, NH: Bob McQuillen, 1978. 90pp. Autographed.

McQuillen, Bob. BOB’S 4 NOTE BOOK: JIGS, REELS & OTHER TUNES. Dublin, NH: Bob McQuillen, 1980. 101pp. Autographed.

McQuillen, Bob. BOB’S 5 NOTE BOOK: JIGS, REELS & OTHER TUNES. Dublin, NH: Bob McQuillen, 1981. 93pp. Autographed.

McVicar, Wes. 75 FAVORITE SQUARE DANCE CALLS. Niagara Falls, NY: Gordon V. Thompson Limited, 1949. 2 copies.

Michel, Artur. THE CZECH POLKA WORLD SENSATION OF 1844. New York: Reprinted from Dance Magazine, Jan. and Feb. 1944. 20pp. paperback. 3 copies.

MIDWESTERN JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND FOLK LORE. Terre Haute: Indiana State University, Vol. l no. 2, Fall 1975. 67pp.

Mills, Alan and Kenneth Peacock. FAVOURITE SONGS OF NEWFOUNDLAND. Toronto: BMI Canada Limited, 1958. 50pp.

Mitchell, John W. THE WHETHERLY BOOK OF SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCES. Hove, Great Britain: Wallace Mitchell & Co. 31pp.

Moody, Ed. MOBILES: THE TOPPER. 48pp. Poetry about mobile- home living. mimeographed.

Moody, Ed. RANDOM THOGHTS OF THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS. February 1975. Mimeograph.

Moody, Ed (Pat Pending). SQUARE-DANCE VERSE: SOME BAD, SOME WORSE. April 1, 1960. Mimeograph.

Moody, Ed. SWING BELOW: A BOOK COMPILED BY A DANCER FOR SQUARE DANCERS. 1964. 42pp. Contra dance steps, lyrics, illus. Signed by author. Pamphlet.

Morrison, Morrie. DANCE BOOK: A JOURNEY IN THE LAND OF TERPSICHORE. Seattle, Washington: Morrison Records, 1955. 74pp.

Muller, “Allemande” Al. ALL-AMERICAN SQUARE DANCES. New York: Paull-Pioneer, 1941. 48pp.

Murray, Alasdair. THE POCKET BOOK OF FORTY POPULAR SCOTTISH COUNTRY (CONTRA) DANCES. Glasgow: William MacLellan, 1953. 47 pp.

“The Music of Ireland” from SING OUT! Volume 22, No.1, Jan./Feb., 1973. pp.1-18. History and songs. Photocopy.

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Nell, Father and Edith Feldhake. PARTY GAMES AND PARISH RECREATION TALKS. 6th edition. Effingham, Illinois: Co-op Parish Activities Service, n.d. 40pp. Paperback.

New England Council of Callers Associations presents FIRST ANNUAL CALLERS CLINIC: RUN FOR CALLERS BY CALLERS. Ashby, MA., September 16, 1962. Tips on teaching methods, business, organizing, calling.

New England Council of Callers Associations presents THE SECOND ANNUAL CALLERS CLINIC. Auburn, MA., September 15, 1963.

NEW ENGLAND SINGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 48pp.

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE FOLK FEDERATION: BYLAWS. 1961. 4pp. typescript.

Newman, Harold and Grace West. MUSIC SHALL LIVE! New York: Hargail Music Press, 1957. 24pp.

Niles, John J. SEVEN KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN SONGS. New York: G.Schirmer, Inc., 1928. 13pp. 2 copies.

NOTES ON MOVEMENTS AND FIGURES COMMONLY USED IN SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING. T.S.T. Henderson, 1953. 25pp.

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“OLD TIME” DANCELAND RECORD GUIDE: ALL 78 RPM. 1p. Music by The Danceland Olde Tyme Orchestra directed by Ray Downes. Manuscript.

Olson, Ray. 50 MUSICAL MIXERS. Moline, Illinois: Square Your Sets, 1955. 35pp.

Olson, Ray. 50 MUSICAL MIXERS. New York: Folk Dance House, 1956. 40pp.

150 CONTRAS-IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER FOR EASY FINDING AND IN CODE FOR EASY READING. Mimeographed typescript, stapled. 2 copies.

O’Rafferty, Peadar. THE IRISH FOLK DANCE BOOK: BOOK I. London: Pattersons Publications Ltd., 1934. 35pp. softcover. Dance instructions, music.

O’Rafferty, Peadar. THE IRISH FOLK DANCE BOOK: BOOK II. London: Paterson’s Publications Ltd., 1950. 38pp. softcover. Dance instructions, music.

Ornstein, Lisa. INSTRUMENTAL FOLK MUSIC OF QUEBEC; AN INTRODUCTION. 10pp. photocopy.

Orpen, Grace. DANCES OF DONEGAL. London: D.M. Wilkie, 1931. 31pp.

Osgood, Bob and Jack Hoheisal. SQUARE DANCING FOR BEGINNERS: WITH GLOSSARY OF TERMS. Los Angeles, CA., 1949. 24pp. 2 copies.

Osgood, Bob and Jack Hoheisal. SQUARE DANCING FOR INTERMEDIATES: WITH GLOSSARY OF TERMS. Los Angeles, CA., 1949. 40pp.

Osgood, Bob and Jack Hoheisal. SQUARE DANCING: THE NEWER AND ADVANCED DANCES WITH GLOSSARY OF TERMS. Los Angeles, CA: Sets In Order, 1950. 2 copies.

Osgood, Ginger. TODAY’S ROUND DANCES. Los Angeles, CA: “Sets in Order”, 1951. 24pp.

Osgood, Ginger, Virginia Anderson and Grace Hoheisal. DANCIN’ A ROUND. Vol.1. Los Angeles, CA: “Sets In Order”, 1950. 24pp.

OUR ALBUM OF GEMS: A COLLECTION OF CHOICE MUSIC, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL BY POPULAR COMPOSERS. Montreal: James Lee & Co., n.d.

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Page, Ralph  BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FOLK DANCE BOOKS. 5pp. typescript with notations in pencil.

Page, Ralph. “Folk Dancing as a Means to World Peace” from PUTNEY. March, 1946. Putney School, Putney, VT. pp. 19-20.

Page, Ralph. Manuscript for HERITAGE DANCES OF EARLY AMERICA.

Page, Ralph. “A History of Square Dancing” from SQUARE DANCING. A series of 20 articles appearing monthly. There are none for the month of April, 1974.

(a) “Dancing in New England” [#1]. November 1972. 4pp. 5 copies. (b) “The Revolutionary Era (Part I)” [#2]. Dec. 1972. 2pp. 5 copies. (c) “The Revolutionary Era (Part II)” [#3]. Jan. 1973. 2pp. 6 copies. (d) “Direct Ancestors (Part I)” [#4]. Feb. 1973. 3pp. 1 copy. (e) “Direct Ancestors (Part IV)” [#5]. March 1973. 5pp. 1 copy. (f) “Direct Ancestors (Part IV)” [#6]. April 1973. 5pp. 1 copy. (g) “Direct Ancestors (Part V)” [#7]. May 1973. 3pp. 1 copy. (h) “The Early Years–Dance Figures” [#8]. June 1973. 3pp. 1 copy. (i) “The Early Years–Dance Schools” [#9]. July 1973. 2pp. 1 copy. (j) “The Early Years–Dance Schools” [#10]. Aug. 1973. 4pp. 1 copy. (k) “Contra Dances” [#11]. Sept. 1973. 2pp. 1 copy. (l) “Contra Dances (continued)” [#12]. Oct. 1973. 2pp. 1 copy. (m) “Contra Dances” [#13]. Nov. 1973. 10pp. 1 copy. (n) “Contra Dances” [#14]. Dec. 1973. 2pp. 2 copies. (o) “Contra Dances” [#15]. Jan. 1974. 4pp. 1 copy. (p) “The Lancers (Part I)” [#16]. Feb. 1974. 2pp. 2 copies. (q) “The Lancers (Part II)” [#17]. March 1974. 2pp. 2 copies. (r) “The Lancers (Part III)” [#18]. May 1974. 2pp. 2 copies. (s) “The Lancers (Part IV)” [#19]. June 1974. 2pp. 2 copies. (t) “A History of Square Dancing” [Excerpts from previous issues selected by the Editor]. September 1985. 4pp. 1 copy.

Page, Ralph: The Singing Caller. NEW ENGLAND SQUARE DANCES. DISC: Album No. 630. Records 5035 through 5037. 2 copies.

Page, Ralph. THE RALPH PAGE BOOK OF CONTRAS. London: The English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1969. 24pp.

Page, Ralph. “Traditional Dancing and Dance Music of the Monadnock (N.H.) Region (Part I).” Reprint from COUNTRY DANCE &

SONG, [Spring, 1984?]. 9pp. 7 copies.

Page, Ralph. “Traditional Dancing and Dance Music of the Monadnock (N.H.) Region (Part II).” Reprint from COUNTRY DANCE & SONG, [May, 1984], pp. 23-29. 10 copies.

‘PAPPY’ CHESHIRE AND HIS HILL BILLY CHAMPIONS: MOUNTAIN SONGS, HOME SONGS, WESTERN SONGS, COWBOY SONGS. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1940. 96pp.

“The Paring (or Apple) Bee” from LOWELL OFFERING: A REPOSITORY OF ORIGINAL ARTICLES, WRITTEN BY “FACTORY GIRLS.”. Lowell: Misses Curtis & Farley, December, 1845. pp. 268-271. Photocopy.

Perron, Jack and Randy Miller. THE FIDDLECASE BOOK OF 101 POLKAS: IRISH, SCOTTISH, ENGLISH, CANADIEN AND AMERICAN FIDDLE TUNES. Harrisville, NH: Fiddlecase Books, 1978. 103 tunes. music. small spiral-bound book.

Perron, Jack and Randy Miller. IRISH TRADITIONAL FIDDLE MUSIC. Vol. I-III with additional tunes. Harrisville, NH: Fiddlecase Books, 1974. music. small spiral-bound book.

Perryman, Grace. “Folk Dance Party Hints” from THE FOLK & SQUARE DANCE BULLETIN. Jan.-April, June-July, 1955. Jan. 1956. Hints on international party themes and folk costumes.

Pichierri, Louis. MUSIC IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: 1623-1800 [Excerpts]. pp.140-160 and 215-238. Music teaching and teachers. Photocopy.

Pilling, F.L. SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCES IN DIAGRAMS. 2nd edition. 1958 (1955). 48pp. Spiral bound paper.

PLAY PARTY GAMES: THE FOSTER WAY. Foster’s Folkway Features: Part Four. Denver, Colorado: Foster’s Folkway Features, 1950. 24 cards.

POLKAN: SADAN DEN DANSAS I SALONGERNA. Dansmusei Skrifter Nr 24. Facsimile of original from 1844. Henry Sjoberg, afterword. Stockholm: Terpsichore, 1980. Illustrated pamphlet.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SQUARE DANCE LEADERS’ INSTITUTE: A SECTION OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SQUARE DANCE FESTIVAL. Chicago, IL., October 28, 1950. 39pp.

“Propriety of Dancing” from YOUNG LADY’S OWN BOOK. Philadelphia: John Locken, Publishers, 1841. pp. 147-150. Photocopy.

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RAWLEIGH’S GOOD HEALTH GUIDE, COOK BOOK, YEAR BOOK: 1933. Freeport, IL: The W.T.Rawleigh Company, 1933. 36pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. ACTIVE GAMES: KIT H. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 26pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. AMERICAN FOLK DANCES: LONGWAYS AND CIRCLE FIGURES FROM NEW ENGLAND, MIDWEST, AND THE SOUTH: KIT 49. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1939. 34pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. BANQUETS: PROGRAMS–DECORATIONS, STUNTS: KIT 39. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1936. 33pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. CHILDREN’S PLAY: GROUP GAMES AND STUNTS, GAMES OLD AND NEW FOR CHILDHOOD FUN: KIT J. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 25pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. GAMES OF SKILL: KIT S. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1937 (1931). 24pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. HANDY STUNTS: KIT I. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 74pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. OUTDOOR GAMES: GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR RECREATION IN THE OPEN: KIT F. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1936 (1927). 29pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. PLAY PARTY GAMES: KIT P. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1932. 32pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. QUADRILLES: KIT T. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1931. 36pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. QUIET GAMES: SOCIAL GAMES–GROUP STUNTS, BIBLE BASEBALL–HOME FUN: KIT D. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1927. 26pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. SOCIALIZERS: “GET-ACQUAINTED” GAMES, FUN STARTERS, SOCIAL MIXERS: KIT G. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1925. 32pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. SOUTHERN SINGING GAMES: KIT R. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1939. 29pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. SQUARE DANCES OF THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS: KIT 47. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1939. 29pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. WESTERN PLAY PARTY GAMES: KIT 54. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1942. 31pp.

Rohrbough, Lynn, ed. WINDOWS: MASKS, FINGER PAINTING, SHEPHERDS’ PIPES. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 40pp. 2 copies.

ROMANCING: FOLK LORE ON COURTSHIP: GAMES, PROVERBS, LOVE SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 48pp.

Rumrill, Alan F. MANUSCRIPT GROUP NUMBER 36: RALPH G. PAGE PAPERS. Keene, NH: Historical Society of Cheshire County, July, 1986. Inventory of the Ralph Page Collection at the Historical Society of Cheshire County. Typescript.

Russell, Beverly. RHYTHM AND DANCE RECORD BIBLIOGRAPHY. Brockport, NY: State Teachers College, November 1948. 7pp. Typescript.

Rust, Francis. “Nineteenth-Century England.” from DANCE IN SOCIETY. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969. 66-79pp. Notes. photocopy.

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St. Johnston, Reginald. Reprints from A HISTORY OF DANCING. London: Simpskin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, & Co., 1906. pp. 152-155.

A SAMPLER OF JAPANESE SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1958. 32pp.

Sanders, J. Olcutt. FINDING LIST OF SOUTHEASTERN SQUARE DANCING FIGURES. pp.263-275. Reprint from SOUTHERN FOLKLORE QUARTERLY, Vol. VI no. 4, Dec. 1942. papercovers, fair condition.

Scarlet, Andrew. FOLK DANCE SONGS. South Orange, NJ., October, 1942. 27pp.

Scholes, Percy A. “Puritanism and the Dance on both Sides of the Atlantic” from THE PURITANS AND MUSIC IN ENGLAND AND NEW ENGLAND. London: Oxford University Press, 1934. pp. 58-80. Photocopy.

SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE BOOKS: THE POCKET EDITION. Glasgow: Paterson’s Publications, Ltd., 1924.

(a) Volumes I, II, & III (b) Volumes IV, V, & VI (c) Volumes IV, V, & VI (revised edition-1954) (d) Volumes VII & VIII (e) Volumes IX, X, & XI (f) Volumes Victory (XIII), XIV & XV (g) Index to Scottish Country Dances

Sharp, Cecil. FOLK DANCING IN SCHOOLS: London: The English Folk Dance Society. 16pp.

Shaw, Lloyd. PROMENADE: SEVEN WESTERN SQUARE DANCES WITH VARIATIONS. A Woman’s Home Companion Booklet, 1939. 12pp.

Sherman, Elna. MUSIC IN THOMAS HARDY’S LIFE AND WORK. New York: G. Schirmer, 1940. pp.419-445. Reprint from THE MUSICAL QUARTERLY, Vol. 26 no. 4, October 1940. pamphlet.

Sherwin, Sterling and Louis Katzman. SONGS OF THE GOLD MINERS: A GOLDEN COLLECTION OF SONGS AS SUNG BY AND ABOUT THE FORTY-NINERS. New York: Carl Fischer, 1932. 48pp.

Shuldham-Shaw, Patrick. A SHETLAND FIDDLER AND HIS REPERTOIRE: JOHN STICKLE, 1875-1957. Barnicotts Ltd. 19pp. Pamphlet.

SHUREI NO HIKARI MAGAZINE. Volume 82, (November 1965): 45pp. Japanese with English trans. Article on Ruth Woodard and Ryukyuan folk dances.

SING ALONG. Folk Dance Camp: 1952.

SING ALONG THE WAY. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 80pp. 2 copies.

SING IT AGAIN! Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 64pp. 2 copies.

SINGING GAMES OLD AND NEW. Collected and translated by the John C. Campbell Folk School. Swannanoa, NC: The Asheville Farm School, 1933, 42pp. Paper.

SIXTY YEARS OF FOLK. London: The English Folk Dance and Song Society, 1971. 19pp. Commemorates the Diamond Jubilee of the EFDSS.

SKIP TO MY LOU: 17 SINGING GAMES. Janet E. Tobitt, ed. New York: Girl Scouts, Inc. 19pp. Pamphlet.

Smith, Raymond. COLLECTION OF SQUARE DANCES AND MIXERS. Dallas, Texas, August, 1950. 65pp. Autographed.

Smith, Wm. J. SMITH’S TWO HUNDRED SONGS FOR UKULELE. New York: Wm. J. Smith Music Co., 1924. 127pp.

SOME LATIN AMERICAN FESTIVALS & FOLK DANCES. Reprint. Washington, D.C.: Pan American Union, February and November 1939. 19pp.

SONG SHEET. Halifax, N.S.: Adult Education Division, Dept. of Education, n.d. 14pp. Folk songs mostly from Great Britain, Canada, and France. Typescript: on 8″ x 14″ paper.

SONGS OF ALL TIME. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, for Council of Southern Mountain Workers, l946. 64pp.

SONGS OF ALL TIME. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, for Council of Southern Mountain Workers, 1957. 79pp.

SPELUNKER’S DELIGHT (MAZE, NIGHTMARE). Manuscript. 7pp.

SQUARE AND ROUND DANCE: CALLS AND EXPLANATIONS. Hollywood, CA: MacGregor Records, n.d. 19pp.

Stefanski-Budzikowski, Natalie. HAVING FUN THE POLISH WAY. Cooperative Recreation Service, 1953. 56pp. Paperback.

STORY OF FOLK DANCE. New York: Capezio. 3pp. 2 copies.

Sturgis, Edith B. and Robert Hughes. SONGS FROM THE HILLS OF VERMONT. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1919. 57pp.

Sweet, Ralph. THE FIFER’S DELIGHT. Hazardville, Conn.: Ralph Sweet, 1964. 63pp. Autographed.

Sweet, Ralph. THE FIFER’S DELIGHT. 4th edn. Enfield, Conn.: Sept. 1972 (1964). 80pp. spiral-bound paperback. good cond.

SWEET FREEDOM’S SONG: A LITTLE BOOK OF WELL LOVED ALL AMERICAN SONGS FOR CELEBRATING OHIO’S 150 YEARS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 95pp.

SWISS ALPINE SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1949. 31pp.

Szilasi, Bela, trans. HUNGARIAN FOLK-SONGS. Budapest: Dr. George Vajna and Co., 1935. 102pp.

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Taichert, Ruth Parker. SANTA FE FOLK SONGS AND DANCES. New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1940. 48pp.

TEN POPULAR FIGURE DANCES. Official Handbook No. 1. 3rd Edition, 1949. 22pp. In Gaelic and English.

TEN IRISH FIGURE DANCES. Official Handbook No. 2. 4th Edition, n.d. 20pp. In Gaelic and English.

THE TEXAS FOLK-LORE SOCIETY, HE BELONGS TO. Austin, Texas: Texas Folk-lore Society, 1944. Includes list of publications.

Thomas, Charles C., ed. DANCING BACK THE CLOCK. Woodbury, NJ: Danceland Records, 1952. 57pp. 2 copies.

Thomas, Charley. SINGING CALLS. Foster’s Folkway Features: Part 3. Denver, Colorado: Foster’s Folkway Features. 21 cards.

THOMPSON’S TWENTY-FOUR COUNTRY DANCES FOR THE YEAR 1796: With Figures to each as they are Performed at Court, Bath & all Publick Assemblys. London, [1796]. pp.85-96. Photocopy.

Thurston, H.A., ed. TWELVE NEW SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCES (1946-1957). England: The University of Bristol. 16pp.

(a) Volume I: THIRTY-ONE FOLK DANCES WITH VARIATIONS REPRESENTING SEVENTEEN NATIONS. 50pp.

(b) Volume II: SIXTEEN FOLK DANCES WITH VARIATIONS REPRESENTING EIGHT NATIONS. 44pp.

Tobitt, Janet E. NOTES FOR SONG LEADERS. New York: Girl Scouts, Inc., n.d. 11pp.

Tobitt, Janet E. ON YOUR TOES: A COMPILATION OF SONG-DANCES. New York: Janet E. Tobitt, 1941. 16pp.

TONY, JUANITA & BUDDY’S ALBUM OF MOUNTAIN & COWBOY SONGS. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1939. 24pp.

Tracie, Gordon E. THE FOLK MUSIC OF SWEDEN. 16pp. Inscribed by author.

TREASURE CHEST OF DANCES OLD AND NEW. New York: Treasure Chest Publications, 1937. 48pp. music. Pamphlet. 2 copies.

TREASURE CHEST OF WORLD WIDE SONGS. New York: Treasure Chest Publications, 1936. 40pp. music, lyrics. Paper.

TRIFET’S MONTHLY GALAXY OF MUSIC: A MAGAZINE OF VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC FOR THE MASSES. Boston: F. Trifet, Publisher, (a) Volume IV, Number 47, November 1890. pp. 407-452. (b) Volume V, Number 51, March 1891. pp. 87-126. (c) Volume V, Number 57, September 1891. pp. 319-358.

Trudel, Jean. LA DANSE TRADITIONNELLE AU QUEBEC. pp.33-43. Magazine article: in French with English translation.

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Ullrich, Helen. FROM THE HEAD AND FOOT OF A SQUARE DANCER. Des Plaines, IL: Walter and Vera Meier, 1957. 28pp.

“Uncle Peter; Or, Reminiscences of my Childhood” from LOWELL OFFERING: A REPOSITORY OF ORIGINAL ARTICLES, WRITTEN BY “FACTORY GIRLS.” Lowell: Misses Curtis & Farley, April, 1845. pp.82-89. The author’s Uncle and the songs he would sing. Photocopy.

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Vega, Carlos. EL GATO: BAILES TRADICIONALES ARGENTINES. Imprenta de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1944. 45pp. Paperback.

VERMONT SINGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1959. 95pp.

Verrall, John. CAROLS AND SONGS FOR CHRISTMASTIDE. Boston: The Boston Music Co., 1950. 63pp. music and lyrics. booklet.

Vincent, Elmore. LUMBER JACK SONGS: WITH YODEL ARRANGEMENTS. Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing Co., n.d. 64pp.

Vitak, Louis. POLISH DANCE COLLECTION NO. 1: FOR PIANO SOLO. Chicago: Vitak-Elsnic Co., 1925. 35pp.

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WALTZ QUADRILLES: THE MODERN WAY. Oklahoma City: The Waltz Quadrillers, n.d. 40pp.

Waudby, Marion and George. SQUARE YOUR SETS. Woodbury, NJ: American Squares, 1950. 48pp. 2 copies: 2nd & 3rd editions.

Waudby, Marion and George. SQUARE YOUR SETS: VOL.II, ADVANCED DANCES. Tucson, Arizona: Square Your Sets, 1950. 63pp.

Weeks, Clement. “An Eighteenth-Century Collection of Contra Dances” from OLD TIME NEW ENGLAND. Vol. XLVII, No.4, Spring 1957. pp. 108-111. Reprint of Weeks’s “Figures of Contra Dances” of 1783. 2 copies.

WEHMAN BROS.’ GOOD OLD-TIME SONGS NO. 2. CONTAINING A CHOICE COLLECTION OF 174 SONGS. New York: Wehman Bros., 1910. 122pp. lyrics. small paperback. condition: good.

WEHMAN BROS.’ POCKET-SIZE IRISH SONG BOOK, NO. 1 CONTAINING A COLLECTION OF 175 SONGS. New York: Wehman Bros., 1909. 128pp.

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP SONGS. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, n.d. 95pp.

Wheeler, Mary and Clara Gregory Bridge. KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN FOLK- SONGS. Boston: The Boston Music Company, 1937. 100pp.

Whitehead, Ralph Radcliffe, ed. FOLK-SONGS OF EASTERN EUROPE. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1912. 58pp.

WHO’S WHO IN NEW ENGLAND SQUARE DANCING AND ROUND DANCING: 1983 DIRECTORY OF NEW ENGLAND CLUBS/CALLERS/CUERS. Lowell, MA: EDSARDA, NECCA, NECORTA, CO-OP. 31pp.

THE WILD-HORSE BOOK OF DANCE MELODIES. Preliminary Edition, July 1974.

THE WILD-HORSE BOOK OF DANCE MELODIES: SUPPLEMENTS I+II. Preliminary Edition, May 1975.

THE WILD-HORSE BOOK III: AIRS & DANCES IN AN IRISH FASHION & A PLAGUE OF PLAGIARISMS. Preliminary Edition, Sept. 1978.

Wills, Bob. SONG BOOK: THE ROUNDUP OF THE CENTURY: BOOK NO. 2. New York: Bourne Inc., 1945. 40pp.

Woodchopper, Arkansas “Arkie”. SQUARE DANCE CALLS WITH MUSIC AND INSTRUCTIONS. Chicago, Ill.: M.M.Cole Publishing Co., 1940. 63pp.

WORK AND SING: AN INTERNATIONAL SONGBOOK. Freda Morrill Abrams, ed. Delaware, Ohio: Cooperative Recreation Service, 1948. 96pp.

THE WORLD IS A NEIGHBORHOOD. Phoenicia, NY: Camp Woodland, 1944. music and lyrics.

A WORLD OF SONG: SUPPLEMENT OF SCANDINAVIAN SINGING GAMES AND FOLK DANCES. Blair, Nebraska: Danish American Young People’s League, 1948. 96pp. 2 copies.

Wright, Kathryn and David, and Roderick Stradling. WRIGHT’S HUMOURS: NINE COUNTRY DANCES FROM 18TH CENTURY PRINTED COLLECTIONS. 1981. Autographed.

Wright, Kathryn and David, and Roderick Stradling. WRIGHT’S HUMOURS, VOLUME 2: TEN MORE COUNTRY DANCES FROM 18TH & 19TH CENTURY PRINTED COLLECTIONS. June 1984.

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Yanagita, Toru. JAPANESE FOLK DANCES. The Folk Dance Federation of Japan. 13pp. In Japanese with English trans.

Zanzig, Augustus D. SINGING AMERICA: SONG AND CHORUS BOOK. Vocal edition. Boston: C.C.Birchard & Company, n.d. paperback. 2 copies: 1 is missing cover.

ZENKOKU MINYO SHU: DARE DEMO SHITTERU ANO UTA! KONO UTA! [BOOKLET OF FOLK SONGS FROM ALL JAPAN: EVERYBODY KNOWS THESE SONGS!] 61pp. Gift of Toshiro Takouchi to Ralph Page.

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