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Bell, William


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

“Joe Scott: The Woodsman Songmaker” recordings

Abstract 3614 Recorded by Edward D. “Sandy” Ives. Recording of songs. “Howard Carey,” first version sung by John O’Conner and second by Wesley Smith, as well as “Guy Reed” sung by Philip Walsh, “The Plain Golden Band” sung by Sam Jagoe and “Benjamin Deane” sung & recited by William Bell. On the second side of the tape are the songs “Benjamin Deane” version 2 sung by Chester Price and version 3 sung by Wilmot MacDonald. Also, “The Norway Bum” sung by James Brown and “The White Cafe” sung by Fred...
Dates: 1971 - 1999

NA 3746, text, Box 28 of 30, 1951-1999

 Item — Text NA 3746

Series VI. Box 28. Home Papers. Prince Edward Island Research. Materials and timeline relating to the life of William Bell, publication agreements and print run estimates, clippings, and correspondence. Text: typed and handwritten, 688 pp. Date: 1951-1999. NA3746_MF027_Ives_Collection_Box28of30_Series_VI_Home_Papers_Prince_Edward_Island_Research

Dates: 1951-1999

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