Cornell University Libraries
An interview with Archie Green, (Pacifica Tape Library ;86 min), who talks about the legends and myths of the labor movement, including songs of the American labor movement
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Field recordings and dubs of commercial recordings collected by folklorist and labor historian Archie Green. The tapes include interviews with Anglo-American singers and activists such as Aunt Molly Jackson and Sarah Ogan Gunning of Knox Co., Ky.; Anglo-American old-time and early country musicians Buell Kazee of Magoffin Co., Ky., Bradley Kincaide of Kentucky, and Tony Alderman; Howard and Dorsey Dixon, who sang and composed textile songs while living and working in Rockingham Co., N.C.; Roy Harvey; the New Lost City Ramblers; Ernest Stoneman; and David McCarn of North Carolina, who also composed and sang textile songs; and labor union members Welby Toomey and John Waddell. The collection also contains concert recordings from the University of Illinois Campus Folk Song Club, featuring performers such as Anglo-American cowboy singer Glenn Ohrlin; Anglo- American singer Utah Phillips; Anglo-American banjo player Hobart Smith; Irish piper and storyteller Seamus Ennis; and many others; ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection comprises song or lyric sheets for nine Communist and Socialist pieces, including the "Internationale"; "March of the Toilers"; "Banker and Boss"; "Men of the Soil"; "Socialist March"; "The Holhen Bride"; "The Banking Song"; "It's a Long, Long Trail Awinding"; and "Babies Just Babies." Most lyrics are in English, but there are a few in German and Italian. There is also a 70-page songbook, "International collection of revolutionary songs ; International Musical Bureau of I.U.R.T." (Moscow: Moscow State Musical Publishing Office, 1933), with the song in its original language, accompanied by translations in English, German, and Russian
University of Texas at Arlington
The Labor Music Collection contains sheet music, songbooks, sound recordings, and magnetic tape recordings published between 1947 and 1979. In addition to twentieth century working class and labor songs, the collection also contains country and folk songs
Cornell University Libraries
Audio reel of an interview with Archie Green where he talks about the legends and myths of the labor movement, including songs of the American Labor Movement
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
This collection consists of audio recordings with labor related themes including: anthracite miners' songs and ballads; the Lawrence (Mass.) Textile Strike; and the soundtrack of the United Transportation Union film, "Movin' On." Audio formats include 33.3 RPM and 45 RPM audio discs, reel-to-reel 7.5, and standard audio cassettes
Wayne State University - Walter P. Reuther Library
Labor songbooks and songsheets, folksongs, and songs of radical groups