Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles on American legends such as Uncle Sam and Johnny Appleseed, folk artist Bill Monroe, and a "ghost-writer.".
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on American Indian folklore
Center for Jewish History
The collection consists of miscellaneous materials pertaining to Jewish folklore and includes the following: Materials relating to YIVO Projects: samples of Yiddish dialects recorded on sound discs by Beatrice Silverman-Weinreich in 1948 and 1949 during her conversations with informants from Eastern Europe; materials from the Passover Survey, conducted by Beatrice Silverman-Weinreich in 1949. Entries for the contest about the symbolic meaning of the number '7' according to Jewish tradition, 1953. Collections of proverbs and sayings. Replies to a questionnaire from the *Jewish Daily Forward* about Jewish customs, 1945. Folk poetry, mainly in the style of *badkhones* (rhymes performed by a *badkhan* - wedding entertainer). Samples of *ketubot* (marriage contracts), *t'noyim* (engagement contracts), divorce letters, amulets, etc
State Library of Queensland
Audiotapes of the Queensland Folklore Society
State Library of Queensland
Audiotapes of the Queensland Folklore Society
Appalachian State University - Belk Library
The North Carolina Folklore Society Collection of Audio-cassettes contains nine audiocassettes and two videocassettes of the 1988 North Carolina Folklore Society annual Meeting. The meeting was held April 22-23, 1988 in Boone, North Carolina. It includes seven speakers on various topics, such as Beverly Patterson on women's roles in the Primitive Baptist Church and Howard Dorgan on North Carolina's sole Old Regular Baptist Church. Music of various styles is also performed. Documents Series contains posters and leaflets from the 1988 North Carolina Folklore Society annual meeting
New York State Library - Manuscripts and Special Collections
The records in this collection document the operational activities of the New York Folklore Society from the early 1950s until the late 1990s. The types of materials found in this collection include flyers, invitations, programs and other materials connected to organizing, promoting, and holding membership meetings; correspondence, meeting minutes, and other materials documenting board business; financial records and reports; and subscription records to publications; well-documented grant applications to the New York State Council on the Arts and the Documentary Heritage Program of the New York State Archives
Utah State University - Merrill-Cazier Library
The materials in the Fife Folklore Conference Collection detail all facets of the Fife Folklore Conference, hosted by Utah State University's Folklore Program (1977 to present) and Fife Folklore Archives (1977-2001)
Vassar College
Correspondence of Martha Warren Beckwith concerning research inquiries, folklore topics, conferences, papers, lectures, distribution of the Foundation publications, and other activities of the Foundation, 1919-1938
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Reports of council meetings and annual meetings, treasurers' records, correspondence, and other records of the North Carolina Folklore Society. For 1912-1938, records of council meetings and annual meetings are almost complete. There is, however, little financial information and no correspondence from before 1926. Treasurer's records and reports of annual meetings are complete for the years of Arthur Palmer Hudson's secretary-treasurership, 1943-1964, but reports of council meetings are sporadic, and there is little correspondence for this period