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George Carey Collection of Student Folklore Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MF020

Scope and Contents

A collection of approximately 1200 student papers by various students of George Carey and Rayna Green, 1972-1992, from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, collected by George Carey, and concerning the folklore of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont. The papers cover an extremely wide range of folklore; folklife; ethnic heritage; local history topics; various location in the US. A list of titles is available, but no further indexing has been done. Note: a small portion of the accession was digitized. These are marked with an * next to their identification number in the arrangement note.

Dates

  • 1972 - 1992

Conditions Governing Access

For digitized items free from access restrictions, we are working to upload this material (pdfs, mp3s, jpgs) for public access, but it is an ongoing project. If you don’t find what you are looking for here, contact Special Collections (um.library.spc@maine.edu).

Conditions Governing Use

Restricted. Requests for use beyond onsite research will be addressed on a case by case basis. Very few of the papers have release forms from either the students or their informants. For futher information, see Special Collections librarian.

Extent

10 boxes

Language of Materials

English

Arrangement

The folder numbers and titles of the student papers from Carey’s class can be found below. A list is available for the papers from Rayna Green’s class as well, but not listed below.

Text: 47 pp. inventory and about 1388 papers, 20,000 pp. approximately Note: a small portion of the accession was digitized. These are marked with an * next to their identification number.

Box and folder list of the Carey student papers: Box 1 1972 72-1 Airforce Academy as Folkgroup 72-2* Spelunker Folklore 72-3 Graffiti, UMass 72-4 Labor Songs of Lashman Family 72-5 German Legends of Hagg Family 72-6 Comparative Study of Christmas Customs 72-7 Portuguese Jokes 72-8 The Polish Sybullia 72-9 Sicilian Folk Community in Wakefield [PHOTOS] 72-10 Superstitions of Baseball Players 72-11 Folklore of Jewish Family 72-12 Scottish Folklife from 3 inf. 72-13 Finnish Folk Community of Fitchburg 72-14* Hadley's Huntington House Legends 72-16* Oral History, Deerfield, Massachusetts 72-17 Pregnancy Beliefs 72-18 The Folklife of the Dormitory 72-19 Stories from Northampton Jail 72-20 Polish Family Customs 72-22 Blues as Folk Music 72-23 Obscene Jokes 72-24 Rhymes and Songs of Children 72-25 Ethnic Humor 72-26 Bel Tales, Ethnic Humor, Chrocket Boasts 72-27 Drinking Songs 72-28 Clamming as Folk Occupation Seabrook, Ms. 72-29 Local Folk Hero, Cape Cod 72-30 Studies of Graffiti 72-31 Autograph Verse 72-32 Jokes 72-33 Folklore in the Shain-Azof Family 72-34 Italian Community, Milford, Massachusetts 72-35 Waterwitching in Northampton 72-37 Irish and Norwegian Tales and Jokes 72-38 Lullabies 72-39 Worcester's Witch [PHOTOS] 72-40 Superstitions of College Coeds 72-42 Stories on Pro Football Players 72-43 Campus Graffiti 72-44 The Making of an Afghan [PHOTOS] 72-45 Autograph Verse 72-46 Children's Tales, Games and Riddles, Rockland, Ms. 72-47 Graffiti Comparison 72-48 Nocture of Love 72-49 Belief Tales of One Informant 72-50 Comparative UMass Graffiti 72-51 Jump Rope Rhymes from Needham, Mass. 72-52 Quilting 72-53 Difficulties in Collecting Material in Hadley, Mass. 72-54 American Indian Medicine 72-55 Folklore of Children 72-56 Arab Folktales from Immigrant 72-57 Campus Graffiti 72-58 Folklore of the Cat 72-59 Yiddish Curses 72-60 Collection of Superstitions 72-61 Folklore of Cemetery Workers 72-62 Armenian Community of Worcester 72-63 Folk Biography of a Polish Farmer, Hadley, Massachusetts 72-64 Oral History of four informants 72-65 Family History of Louie Clements O'Brien 72-68 Coon Hunting Stories 72-69 Rhodesian Folktales 72-70 Youth Culture of Jewish Mattapan 72-71 Folk Cures 72-72 Postal Service 72-73 Lebanese Folktales 72-74 Folk Beliefs Among College Students 72-75 Growing up in Elmwood, Massachusetts 72-76 Shaker Folklore 72-77 Dennis, Mass. Tales and Anecdotes 72-78 Rituals of Phi Mu Delta 72-79 Dormitory as Folk Group 72-80 Girls' Team Songs 72-81 Dormitory Legends 72-82 Finnish and Swedish Family Folklore 72-83 Folk Curses 72-84 Drinking Songs of Beta Kappa Phi 72-85 Folklore of Holyoke Ghetto Children [PHOTOS] 72-86 House Designs in Essex County [PHOTOS] 72-87 Ethnic Slurs 72-88 Oral History and Tales of a Portuguese Family 72-89 Gravestone Motifs in Western Massachusetts [PHOTOS] 72-90 Sorority Traditions Sigma Del Tau 72-91 Sorority Songs and Traditions 72-92 Capt. Kidd Legend in Lynn, Massachusetts 72-93 Dormitory Pranks 72-94 Legend of the Lenox Honeymoon Cottage 72-95 Jump Rope Rhymes 72-96 Tales and Traditions of Pilots 72-97 Legend of the Skeleton in Armor, Fall River, Massachusetts 72-98 Gravestone Legend of the Countess [PHOTOS] 72-99 Autograph Book Verse 72-100 Crotchet 72-101 Jewish Cookery 72-102 Jewish and Family Folklore 72-103 Jewish Family Tales, Jokes, Tradition 72-104 Urban and Rural College Lifestyles 72-105 Theatre Tales and Beliefs 72-106 Folklore of Worcester Teenagers 72-107 Surfing Group as Folk Group 72-108 Folklore of a Fisherman 72-109 Beliefs and Traditions of New Salem, Massachusetts 72-110 Campus Graffiti 72-111 Coastal Folklore of Cohasset 72-112 Family Folklore Regarding Christmas Traditions 72-114 Elsie Legends of S. Braintree Cemetery 72-115 Camp Songs 72-116 Ethnic Humor from Students 72-117 Jump Rope Rhymes 72-118 Political Humor 72-119 Tales of Personal Misfortune 72-120 Tales About a Particular Roxbury House 72-121 Tales of Woodville Haunted House 72-122 Jewish Remedies and Beliefs, Newton 72-123 Children's Games Remembered from Youth 72-124 Sorority Stereotyping 72-125 Campus Latrinalia 72-126 Whately Pottery 72-127 Belief Tales and Legends Told at Slumber Parties 72-128 Ethnic Humor UMass 72-129 Superstitions Among College Coeds 72-130 Folk Autobiography of N. Maine Farmer 72-131 Sicilian Folk Beliefs, Lexington, Massachusetts 72-132* Tales of the Sasquash 72-133 Folk Autobiography of Portuguese Grand Parents 72-134 Scar Lore 72-135 Portuguese-American Folk Festivals

BOX #2 72-136 Wall Graffiti Home Grown in Room 72-137 Wedding Customs 72-138* Legends and Tales of Monsterland, Leominster 72-139 [UNUSED OR MISSING] 72-140 Cold Cures 72-141 Tales from Wellfleet, Massachusetts 72-142 Polish Folk Customs and Tradition 72-143 Camp Songs 72-144 Sorority Songs 72-145 Interviews in Narbeth, Pennsylvania 72-146 Office Graphic Humor 72-147 UMass: Lifestyles and Its Changes 72-148 Shipwreck Tales from Situate 72-149 Italian American Folk Customs 72-150 Logging Methods in Western Massachusetts 72-151 Folklore in Parochial Schools 72-152 Stereotyped Sexual Misconceptions 72-153* Tales from a Local Store, E. Haddam, Connecticut 72-154 Folklore of Garbage Collectors 72-155 Hiccup Cures 72-156 Folk Autobiog. one inf. from Nova Scotia 72-157 The Usuk 72-158 Sigma Phi Epsilon 72-159 College Students & Ghosts 72-160 The Drug Culture 72-161 UMASS Graffiti Newt Craze 72-162 Kappa Kappa Gamma UMASS

1973 73-1 Traditional Ways of Gaining Wishes 73-2 Family Oral History and Folklore, Anderson Family 73-3 Graffiti Saratoga Springs Bar 73-4 Legendary Tales on Origin of Potato Chip 73-5 Ghost Tales, one inf. Putnam, Connecticut 73-6 Traditional Folk Medicine one inf. Springfield, Massachusetts 73-7 Folk Patterns in Colonial Architecture 73-8 Oral Humor among UMass Engineering Students 73-9 Supernatural Tales one inf. 73-10 Traditional Ways of Obtaining Wishes 73-11 Ethnic Comparison of Wedding Customs 73-13 Study of Games Played in Cars 73-15 Legends Surrounding Natick Statue 73-16 UMASS Wrestling 73-17 Regional Hero and History, Ashburnham 73-18 Folklore and Study of Short Order Joint 73-19 Rugby 73-20 Dorm Party 88-38 Cross Country 73-21b UMASS Cross Country 73-22 Halloween Figures in Amherst 73-24 Drug Culture Lore 73-26 French Canadian Folk Healer, Springfield 73-27 Folklore of Performers, Circus and Theatre 73-28 Tao Iota Tao 73-29 Legends Surround Leominster Rape 73-30 Children's Games 73-31 Lebanese Customs in America 73-32 Portuguese Fisherman Folklife 73-33 Electrical Engineers 73-34 Mt. Holyoke Folklore and Tradition 73-35 Folk Medicine Cures French Can. Healer, Springfield 73-36 UMASS 73-37 Block Island Folklife [PHOTOS] 73-38 Study of Campus Folklore 73-39 UMASS Housing 73-40 Legend Study of Dungoon Pk, Lynn [PHOTOS] 73-41 Scottish Family Folklife from Old Country two inf. 73-42 Folk Music 73-43* Legends of Rockadundy Rd., Hampden, Massachusetts 73-44 Italian Folklore, Sommerville 73-45 Study of a Camp Legend 73-46 Proverbs and Superstition, one inf. New Bruns, Port Mo. Billerica 73-47 Folk biog. Finnish, Fitchburg 73-48 UMASS Health Center 73-49 Collection of Telephone Responses 73-50 Housing Office 73-51 Legends from Adams, Massachusetts 73-52 Dormitories 73-53 Computer Culture 73-54 Student UMass Dormitory Folklore 73-55 Calais Maine Folklore and Folklife 73-56 Rugby Songs 73-57 Italian Supernatural Stories 73-58 Polish Christmas Customs 73-59 Firefighters as a Folk Group 73-60 Legends of Tony Costa, Cape Cod 73-61 Legend and Belief Tales, Ashland, Massachusetts 73-62 Folk Autobiog. one inf. Hadley 73-63 Legend and Belief Tales, Lee, Massachusetts 73-64 Airborne Cadence Chants 73-65* Town History and Folklore of Agawam 73-66 Irish Stereotypes 73-67 Dormitory Floor Folklore 73-69 Folklore of Catholic Schools 73-70 Folklore of Telephone Operators 73-71 Folklore of Campers and Hikers 73-73 Obscene Songs 73-74 Folklife, Sutton, Massachusetts [PHOTOS] 73-75 Oral History of Ethan Allen Family 73-76 Freaklore 73-78 Legends and Tales from Family [PHOTOS] 73-79 Paper and Collection on Childrens Games-Jump Rope Rhymes 73-81 Folklore in the Army 73-82 Perverted Proverbs 73-83 Comparative Study of Children's Games 73-85 Rugby Songs 73-87 Italian Esoteric Ethnic Jokes 73-88 Irish-American Culture 73-89 Beer Drinking Games 73-90 Children's Games Within One Family 73-91 Song of Children's Summer Camp 73-92 Study of New England Clockmaker 73-93 Interviews on Local History of Belmont, Massachusetts 73-94 Study of Hadley Barns 73-95 Quilting as a Folk Art (Athol) [PHOTOS] 73-96 Folklore and Life in Deer Isle, Maine 73-97 Prejudice Folklore 73-98 Tales of Monsterland, Fitchburg, Massachusetts 73-100 Shaker Material Culture, Groton, Massachusetts 73-101 Science Fiction Belief Tales 73-102 Folklife South Boston [PHOTOS] 73-103 Obscene Song Paradies 73-104 Jewish Cooking 73-105 Hadley Farm Museum 73-106 Autograph Verse 19th Century-Present 73-120 Italian Folklore and Folklife; Naples, Italy 73-121 Local Legend Study Haverill 73-122 Family Folk Medicine 73-123 Folklore of Horseshowing 73-124 Nicknaming Within a Fraternity 73-125 Finnish Folk Community, Gardner [PHOTOS]

BOX #3 73-126 Scuba Divers as Folk Group 73-127 College Folk Hero 73-128 Folklore of Ski Patrol 73-129 Belief Tales of College Coeds 73-130 Tales of J and B's Sig Ep 73-133 Stereotype Stories on S.W. Dormitory 73-134 Study of Amherst Blacksmith 73-135 Willington, MA 73-136 The Pub in South Boston 73-137 Family History and Folklore, Stewart Family 73-138 Freight Loaders 73-141 Fishing and Hunting Tales 73-142 Folklore, Life, Newburyport 73-143 Sturbridge Village Crafts 73-144 Hatchet Man Accounts 73-145 Sugaring Off in Western Massachusetts 73-146 Bio. of Mass. Farmer 73-147 Study of Grounds Crew as Folk Group 73-148* Legends, Local Char. Turners Falls 73-150 Folklore, Life, Newfoundland 73-151 Folklore, Meter Readers 73-152 Wed. Night Drinking Club 73-153 Caroline Kennedy at Concord 73-154 Tales, Legends, Nantasket 73-157* Movie Theater Workers, Greenfield 73-158 Scottish Family Folklore 73-159 Tales of Hoosac Tunnel [PHOTOS] 73-160 Deer Hunting Tales 73-161 Crochetting, Folk Art 73-162 Pirate Valley Folklife [PHOTOS] 73-163 Scottish Family Folklore 73-164 Obscene Humor, Small Town 73-165 Hunting Tales 73-166 Polish Christmas Traditions 73-167 People and Folklore of Northeast Carry, Maine [PHOTOS] 73-168 Folklore of Alcohol 73-170 Colorado Mining Legends 73-171 Pi Lambda Phi

1974 74-1 Polish Farming 74-2 Sewage Dept. Workers Folklore 74-3 Legends of Greens, Rhode Island 74-4 Camp Folklore, Pelham, New Hampshire 74-5 Tales of Sinking Buildings 74-6 Epitaphs 74-7 Nursery Rhymes as Protest 74-8 Children's Songs, Marks Meadows 74-9 Camp Folklore, Maine 74-10 Comp. Irish, Italian Folkways, one family 74-11 Dorm Floor Folkgroup 74-12 Children's Folklore in Archive Comp 74-13 Indian, Hassanemessett 74-14 Dorm Floor Folkgroup 74-15 The Medium as Folk Traditionalist 74-17 Portuguese Cookery 74-18 Paper Mill Workers, Folklore 74-19 Hunting Camp Tales 74-20 Golfers as Folk Group 74-21 Stigmatist, Webster, Massachusetts 74-22 Camp Folklore, Plymouth, Massachusetts 74-23 7th Son, Healer 74-25 Interview with Gloucester Fishermen [PHOTOS] 74-26 Portuguese Fishermen 74-27 New England Folk Architecture 74-28A Epitaphs 74-28B Quilting Kentucky Informant 74-29 Irish Family Customs 74-30 Suburban Boston Drinking Group 74-31A Folklore, Parochial Schools 74-31B Gallery Gods, Sports Fan Group 74-32 Blacksmithing 74-33 Trad. Italian Wine Making 74-34 Folklore of Marbles 74-35 Sandwich Glassmaking 74-36 Folklore, Life, Middleboro, Massachusetts 74-37 Folklore, Drug Culture 74-38 Dogtown Oral and Written Trad. 74-39B Penn. Polish Beliefs, one inf. 74-40 Local Char. UMass 74-41 Coed Ghost Tales 74-42 Violin Making 74-43 Quilting 74-44 Chairmaking [PHOTOS] 74-45 Folklife Westford, Mass. 74-46 Bee Lining [PHOTOS] 74-49 Folklore Easton, Massachusetts 74-50 Carding Mill, Sturbridge, Village 74-51 Drinking Games 74-145 Sugaring Off 74-146 Sugaring Off 74-147 Folklore of Cocaine 74-148 Haunted Room Stories at UMASS

1975 75-1 New England Foodways 75-2-5 [UNUSED OR MISSING] 75-6 Gypsies as Folkgroup 75-7 Lobster Boat Builder 75-8 Oral History N. Reading 75-9 Children as Folk Informants 75-10 Children's Garnes 75-12 Folklore, Deerfield Academy 75-13 Hunting Tales as Instructional 75-14 Hard Times Among the Folk- Depression 75-15 Folklore of Hairdressers 75-16 Polish Folklore, Dudley, Massachusetts 75-17 Folklore one inf. Martha's Vineyard 75-18 Lithuanian Folklore, Life, Haverhill 75-19 Folk in the Factory 75-20 Folklore of Dining Table 75-21 Situate Lobsterman 75-23 Leominster Rape 75-24 Children's Rhymes 75-25 Camp Folklore-Chicopee 75-26 Reactions to Mediums 75-27 Fact and Folklore on Amherst's Germ War 75-28 Polish Christmas Eve and Its Ritual 75-29 Homosexuals as Folkgroup 75-30 The Lumberjack 75-31 Oral History, Dudley, Massachusetts 75-32 Oral Tradition Among Rowers, UMass 75-33 Irish Storyteller on Tape 75-34 Practical Jokes, Wentworth Hall 75-35 Folklore of Draft Horses and Pulling Ponies, Maine [PHOTOS] 75-36 Persian Customs

BOX #4 75-37 Jewish Oral History 75-38 Southern Italian Folklore 75-39A Veterinarian Folklore 75-39B Cape Cod Cranberry Industry 75-40 Irish Immigrant Oral History and Lore 75-41 Folklife, Commerce, Georgia 75-42 Irish American, South Boston 75-43 Peakes Island Ghost Tales 75-44 Brookfield Epitaphs 75-45 Folklife, Newfoundland 75-46 Oral History and Folklore Ital. one inf. 75-47A Gloucester Granite Quarry, oral History 75-47B Jam Making [PHOTOS] 75-48 Sugaring Off, Mass. [PHOTOS] 75-49 Nicknaming in Gang 75-50 Folk Bio. of Amherst Woman Bowen by Granddaughter 75-51 Oral History Irish Mother 75-52 Irish Folklife, Charleston, Massachusetts 75-53 Albanian Customs 75-54 Children's Rhymes and Games 75-55 Lighthouse Folklore NE Coast 75-56 Streaking Stories 75-57 Oral History Portsmouth, R.I. 75-58 Golfing Stories 75-59 Lizzie Borden Tales 75-60 Old Nantasket 75-61 Chasing Games 75-62 Folk Medicine 75-63 North Shore Gravestones 75-64 Ethnog. of Long Distance Operators 75-65 Greek Family Folklore Oral History 75-66 Hitchhikers Folklore and Ethnog. 75-67 Yankee Family Tales from Father 75-68 Folklore About Diets 75-69 British Folklore WWII 75-70 General Store, East Otis, Massachusetts 75-71 Tales of Wayside Inn, Sudbury [PHOTOS] 75-72 Cranberrying Traditions on Cape Cod [PHOTOS] 75-73 Sicilian Folklore, one family 75-75 Scrimshandering 75-76 Quilting as Craft [PHOTOS] 76-77 Irish Material in Family Springfield 75-79 Beer Making 75-80 Family Tales, Woburn 75-81 Nursing Folklore 75-82 Study ofWedgeport, Nova Scotia 75-83 Drag Racer Ethnog. 75-84 Gravestone in New Jersey [PHOTOS]

1976 76-1 Study of Irish Grandparents 76-2 Study of Covered Bridges, Massachusetts and Vermont 76-3 Polish Immigrant Folklore, Shirley, Massachusetts 76-4 Situate, Mass Oral History 76-5 Basketry as Folk Craft 76-6 Puerto Rican Ghetto Games 76-7 Polish Cookery 76-8 Armenian Cookery 76-9 Interview with Craftman, Amherst 76-10 Dormitory Janitors, Folkgroup 76-11 Folklore in Kindergarten Curriculum 76-12 Folklore of Psalmistry 76-13 Lobstering off Cape Cod, [PHOTOS] 76-14 Folk Customs, Bluejeans, [PHOTOS] 76-15 Legends Mt.Maadnock 76-16 Italian Ethnic Humor 76-17 Norwegian Biography, Johan Johannessen 76-18 Staining Glass, [PHOTOS] 76-19 Folk Costumes 76-20 Children Playground Folklore 76-21 Spinning 76-22 Stone Cutting, Barre, VT, [PHOTOS] 76-23 Blacksmithing 76-24 Jewish Family Stories 76-25 Irish Tales (2 different papers) 76-26 Grandmother-Polish 76-27 [UNUSED OR MISSING] 76-28 Gloucester Place Names 76-29 Life in Georgia 76-30 Black Protest Tales 76-31 Irish Grandmother 76-32 Modern Day Coven 76-33 Research Lab 76-34 Oral History of Provincetown 88-38 Legends of New Hampshire 88-39 Rock Climbing Tales 76-37 New England Greens 76-38 Camp Boogie Man 76-39 The Model A Ford 76-40 Water Witching, S. Eastern MA 76-41 Covered Bridges in NH 76-42 Biography, French Canadian 76-43 Italian Pittsfield 76-44 Dorm Lore, UMass 76-45 Colonial Animal Folklore 76-46 Mindbenders 76-47 Four Car Dealerships 76-48 Saturday Night Dance 76-49 Folk Legends, South Bristol, ME 76-50 Portuguese of Fall River, MA 76-51 Factory Workers Folklore 76-52 Motorcycling 76-53 Polish Cooking 76-54 Teeth 76-55 The Left Hand 76-56 Auburn 1837-1975 76-57 D. Poland, Small Town, NH 76-58 Greek-American Grandmother 76-59 Brown-nosers 76-60 Folk Beliefs 76-61 Bossy Gillis, Newburyport, MA 76-62* Susana Johnson 76-63 Jaffery, NH [PHOTOS] 76-64 Herbal Lore 76-65 Farmer's Hand Tools 76-66 Haunted Farm [PHOTOS] 76-67 200 year old House 76-68 Farm Lore 76-69 Fort of Charlestown, NH 76-70 The Vampires 76-71 Dance and Festivals 76-72 Statue Lore 76-73 Lobstermen 76-74 Deer Hunting 76-75 Greek Customs 76-78 Lunar Folk Beliefs 76-79 Bar Room Stories 76-80 Tales From The Dingle 76-81 Is There Such A Thing? 76-82 Quilting 76-83 Barns 76-84 Folk Cures 76-85 Shaker Beliefs 76-86 Folk Sculpture 76-87 Baseball 76-88 Dreams in Folklore 76-89 Canning 76-90 Quilting 76-91 Quilting Revival 76-92 Ghosts 76-93 Volkswagon Owners 76-95 Guns 76-96 Duckshooting 76-97 Trapping

Box #5 76-98 Barn Raising 76-99 Cider Making 76-100New England Breads 76-101 Snakes 76-103 Study of Covered Bridges in New Hampshire 76-104 Autobiog. French Canadian Grandparents 76-105 NewFoundland 76-106 Nova Scotia Tales 76-107 Sandy Point Newfoundland 76-108 Brighton 76-109 Plantlore 76-110 Mushroom Gathering 76-111 Iran 76-112 Italians in Boston 76-113 Health Beliefs 76-114 Irish, Donnegal 76-115 Italian Culture 76-116 Marriage 76-117 Latvian Foods 76-118 Albanian Foods 76-119 Armenian 76-120 Voodoo 76-121 Jewish Lore 76-122 Ghost Talks 76-123 Hoosac Tunnel 76-124 Legend of the Seabird 76-125 Ghost of Cavanaugh's House 76-126 Weather 76-128 Ozark People 76-129 Donnegal, Ireland 76-130 Southern Ireland 76-131 Seabrook, NH 76-132St. Nicholas 76-133 Surf Fisherman 76-134 Cam Digging on Long Island [PHOTOS] 76-135 American Vaudeville 88-38 Essex Clammers 88-39 Shoe Repair 76-139 Flea Market 76-140 Caving 76-141 Lighthouse Diner 76-144 Lobstermen 76-145 Seventh-Day Adventists [PHOTOS] 76-146 Gravestone Cutter [PHOTOS] 76-147 Cadence Calling 76-148 Railroad 76-149 Graffiti 76-152 Ghost of My. Greylock 76-153 Fortune Teller 76-154 Maine Sea Coast 76-155 Burnham By The Sea 76-156 Fishing in New England 76-157 West Brookfield 76-158 John Jullowney, NewFoundland 76-159 Finnish Cooking 76-160Women's Roles 76-161 Folk Custom 76-162Fitzwilliam, NH 76-164 Resturant Lore [PHOTOS] 76-165 Vermont Farm 76-166Beliefs ofWV 76-167 Scottish Life 76-168 Milton, MA Incidents 76-170 Newfoundland 76-171 Hunters 76-172 Newfoundland Humor 76-1731talian 76-174 Cocktail Waitressing 76-176 Jewish Tradition 76-177 Galway, Ireland 76-178 Spanish Food 76-179 Irish 76-181 Oral vs. Written 76-182Place Names, Beverly 76-183 Beta Kappa Phi [PHOTOS] 76-184 Quilting Revival [PHOTOS] 76-185 Hospital Staff 76-186 Superstitions 76-189 Italian Immigrants 76-190 German History [PHOTOS] 76-191 Dorm Door Decor [EMPTY] 76-192 John Gormlely 76-193 Barns 76-194 Pinball players 76-195 Birders Lore 76-196 Crochet [PHOTOS] 76-197 T-Cut Nail Industry 76-200Children's Games 76-201 Abraham Glimcher 76-202 Charlie Stark 76-203 UMASS Aggie 76-204 Lynnfield Cheerleader 76-205 Career Soldier Family 76-206 The Mafia 76-207 Dirty Old Men 76-208 Amherst Kids 76-209 Disco Joint 76-210Cross Country 76-211 UMASS Football Team 76-212 Highland Ave. Boys 76-213 First Grade 76-214 Children 76-215 Chemical Engineers 76-216 Secum Brook Club 76-218 Maine Folk Humor 76-219 Julio Fontecchio 76-220 UMASS Football Team 76-221 Folk Singer Charlie Cody 76-222 Social Service Workers 76-223 Scouts 76-224 Woody Guthrie 76-225 Vineyard Verses 76-226Tales ofUMASS 76-227 Miles McNally 76-228 Rabbi Goldstein 76-229 West Liberty, KY 76-230 Mark Fidrych I Baseball 76-231 Irish Folk Tales 76-232 John Elliot I Indians [PHOTOS] 76-233 Woodstock, CT [PHOTOS] 76-234 Women in Ballads 76-235 Quilting Interests 76-237* George Colwell III 76-238 Elementary School 76-239 Picker I Folk Character 76-240 Grandmother Beliefs 76-241 Italian Cooking 76-242 Campers 76-243 Mnemonic Devices 76-244 Wildlife Sanctuary 76-245 Motown Musicians 76-246 Pregnancy 76-247 Spider Gates Cemetery 76-248 Forges Estate 76-249 Classroom Lore 76-250Family Folklore [PHOTOS] 76-251 American Dream 76-252 Love Beliefs 76-253 Carskill Mt. Recipes

Box #6 1977 77-1* Oral History, Lake Pleasant, Massachusetts 77-2* Folk Tales of Old New England 77-3 West Cemetery, Shutesbury, Massachusetts 77-4 Intro. to the MacArthurs 77-5 Animals in Folklore 77-6 Gravestones and Epitaphs 77-7 Gravestones of Duxbury, Massachusetts 77-8 Italian Family Winemaking [PHOTOS] 77-9 The Big Wind, 1953 Tornado 77-10 Tales and Superstitions of Heniker, New Hampshire 77-11 Misconceptions About the Mafia 77-12 Making of Maple Syrup 77-13 Irish Fairy Lore 77-14 Gloucester Tuna Fisherman 77-15 Girl Officers' Regiment [PHOTOS] 77-16 Scalloping [PHOTOS] 77-17 Witchcraft in Early New England 77-18 Peaks Island, Maine [PHOTOS] 77-19 Immigrating from Russia 77-20* Mt. Holyoke Folktales 77-21 Zucker Family Portrait 77-22 Quilts 77-23 6th Floor Dickinson House 77-24 Dorm Chadbourne [PHOTOS] 77-25Hutterites: A Religious Group 77-26 Tales of the Wild 77-27 Folklore of Parachuting 77-28 The Scottish Highlands 77-29 Folklore of Pregnancy 77-30 Lucia, Swedish Holiday [PHOTOS] 77-31 The Folkgroup of Sacrificial Rock 77-32 Children's Games 77-33 Oral History of Pelham Quarry [PHOTOS] 77-34 Treasury of Irish Folkways 77-35 Basket Weaving of Pima Indians 77-36 Folklore of Belchertown State School 77-37 Folklore and Sport 77-38 The Hitchhiking Folkgroup 77-39 Courtship and Wedding Customs 77-40 The Jusidimasa Folk Group 77-41 Weathervanes as Folk Art 77-42 Irish Song 77-43 Becoming a Modnie 77-44 Glimpse of Past Thru Deerfield Graveyard 77-45 Portuguese Americans 77-46 Oral History of Sudbury, Massachusetts 77-47 Madaket Millie of Nantucket 77-48 Sister Helen Agnes 77-49 Harvard Square [PHOTOS] 77-50 Cemetery Folklore [PHOTOS] 77-51 Children's Games 77-52 Hitchhiking Folklore 77-53 Folklore of Rugby [PHOTOS] 77-54 Hitchhiking Folklore 77-55 New England Architecture [PHOTOS] 77-56 Oral History of Bunker Hill Monument 77-57 Grave Rubbings, Marshfield, Massachusetts 77-58 First Sig. Bed. Flight Detachment 77-59 Sailmaking 77-60 Medicine and Folklore 77-61 Cape Newagen, Southport, Maine [PHOTOS] 77-62 Camp Calument Lutheran [PHOTOS] 77-63 Lobstermen of Gloucester 77-64 Graffiti of UM Library 77-65 The Skeutes Family 77-66 Folklore of Irish Cooking 77-67 Baseball 77-68 West Islanders as Folk Group 77-69 My Ukranian Grandma 77-70 Tea Leaf Reading Thru Informant 77-71* A Journey to Nayaug 77-72 Medical System of Navajo Indians 77-73 Camp White Meadow Lake [PHOTOS] 77-74 Howard Johnson's Folklore 77-75 Weymouth, Massachusetts 77-76 Shell Fishing and Lobstering in Harwich, Massachusetts 77-77 Persian New Year 77-78 Sicilian Folklife by 2 informants 77-79 Ernest Kohn 77-80 Italian Religion 2 informants 77-81 Chinese Folklore 77-82 Folk Biography of Frederick L. Purris 77-83 Lewis House as Folk Group 77-84 Italian Immigrant 77-85 County Roscommon Eire, one informant 77-86 Guitar Making 77-87 Misconceptions of Mariuana 77-88 A North Atlantic Town 77-89 Irish Folklore 77-90 Oral Traditions of Summer Camp 77-91 Little Poland, Massachusetts 77-92 Evil Eye and Amulets 77-93 Lithuanian Community Brockton, Massachusetts 77-94 Oral Biography of Henry and Maria Baczynski 77-95 Music of the American Indian 77-96 Stories from Allen Craig 77-97 Folk Medicine of Grandmother 77-98 Woody Guthrie 77-99 Gravestone Motifs, Eastern Massachusetts

1978 78-1 Essex Mass. Shipbuilding 78-2 Harmony Society as Folkgroup

1979 79-1 Autumn Customs 79-2 Snakelore 79-3 Japanese Folktales 79-4 Interview with Fishermen [PHOTOS] 79-5 Merchant Marine Folklife 79-6 History of 79-7 Manston House Livery Stable 79-8 Family Folklore (GOW) 79-9 Cider Making [PHOTOS] 79-11 Mountain Lore 79-12 Rest Room Graffiti 79-13 Bunker Hill Folklore 79-15 Runners as Folk Group 79-16 Farming Folklife 79-18 Anti Nuke Songs 79-19 Female folk autobiog. 79-21 Dudley town Reg. study [PHOTOS] 79-22 Supermarket folklore 79-23 Oral Hist., Mystic, Conn. 79-24 Family folklore 79-26 Wine Making- Italian [PHOTOS] 79-27 Active Bearer- Storyteller 79-28 Ghana Customs

Box #7 1980 80-1 Scallop Shakers, Cape Cod 80-2 Regional Study, Gr. Barrington 80-3 Tea Leaf Reading 80-4 Vt. Farming Folklife 80-5 Horse Trainer Tales 80-6 Gestures & Gesting 80-7 Cake Decorating 80-8 Lobstering, Plymouth, MA [PHOTOS] 80-9 Italian Folklife (Immigrant) 80-10 Regional Study: Rowley 80-11 Sorority Folklore 80-12 Hunting Lore: Bernardston, MA 80-13 Greek Immigrant Lore 80-14 Gravestone Motifs 80-15 Runners as Folkgroup 80-16 Truckers as Folkgroup 80-18 Folksong tradition in one family 80-19 Golf Caddies as folkgroup 80-20 Italian immigrant biog. 80-21 Folklore of the foxhunt: Md. 80-22 Persian folklore and folklife 80-23 Fraternity folklore 80-24 Trucker folklife 80-25 Cemetery Tales: Florence, Ms. [PHOTOS] 80-26 Wed. Night Drinking Club 80-27 Sugaring Off: Mt. Toby [PHOTOS] 80-28 Sicilian Games: Worcester, MA 80-29 Scandanavian Holiday Tradition 80-30 Danish Immigrant Biog. 80-31 Camp Folklore 80-32 Oral History of Railroading 80-33 Basketball folklore 80-34 Folklore of UMass Buildings 80-35 Campus Graffiti interp. study 80-36 Fiddler's Biog. Amherst, MA 80-37 Oral History, Farming Franklin Co. 80-38 Folk Autobiog. Greek Immigrant 80-39 Russian Jewish Family folklore/life 80-40 Acadian folklore One Informant 80-41 Interview 4 Basketmakers 80-42 Folklore two Retail Establishments 80-43 Army Folklore: Ft. Devens [PHOTOS] 80-44 Maine Deer Hunting Tales 80-45 Folk medicine/college outlook 80-46 College Folk hero/prankster 80-47 Polish Religious Legend 80-48 Legend of the stone mansion, Palmer, Ms. 80-49 Amusement Pk Folklore 80-50 Seabrooker: folkgroup 80-51 Boatnarning as folktradition 80-52 Graffiti: UMass 80-53 Boatbuilder, Maine 80-54 Folk Medicine, French 80-55 Family history/folklife, Montague 80-56 Family folklore/life, Quincy, MA 80-57 Austrian Immigrant folklore 80-58 Farm children folkways 80-59 Trappers folklife 80-60 Jewish Grandmother 80-61 Oral Hist. Blizzard '78 Situate 80-62 Local Character; Tewskbury, MA 80-63 Children's folklore 80-64 Drug Horror stories 80-65 Canoeist's Years on Hudson Oral hist. 80-66 Lifeguards as folkgroup 80-67 Folklore of Coeducation at Amherst College 80-68 Skydivers as folkgroup 80-69 Folkgroup; drug users 80-70 Cross Cultural Xmas Customs 80-71 Prep School Folklore/Berkshire 80-72 Finnish Folklore 80-73 Folklore of Sexual Encounters 80-74 The Moonies as Folkgroup 80-75 Oral Hist. One Informant Pelham 80-76 Folk Architecture in the Sunderland-Deerfield Area [SLIDES] 80-77 The Building of a Boat

1982 82-1 Cohasset Sailing Club 82-2 Christmas Traditions 82-3 The Naming of Ware, MA 82-4 The Rugby Party 82-5 UMass Minuteman Marching Band 82-6 Hockey Folklore 82-7 White Witchcraft - An Interview 82-8 Sunday Afternoon Athletic Club 82-9 New England Humor 82-10 The Legend of Smithtown [PHOTOS] 82-11Cross Country Team 82-12 Benjamin Higgins - Basketmaker 82-13Jersey Devil 82-14 US Marine Cadences 82-15 Science Fiction Fans 82-16 Oral History of Lenox 82-17 The Polish Christmas 82-18 Farm in Worcester County 82-19 Grandmother Interview 82-20 New Bedford Fishermen 82-21 Polish Farmer of Hatfield 82-23 Cape Verdean History & Folklore 82-24Armenian Tradition in USA 82-25 Workplace - Trucking Terminal 82-26 Oral History of a Sea Voyage 82-27 Interview of English Grandmother 82-28 Men's Room Graffiti 82-29 Deerhunter tales 82-30 Interview with German artist 82-31 Children's Songs from Univ. Day School 82-32 Polish Easter & Christmas Traditions 82-33 UMass Superstitions 82-34 Jewish Grandmother 82-35 NY Street Games 82-36 Flood in Franklin County 82-37 Irish Folklife 82-38 Rugby Folklore 82-39 Alcoholics Anonymous 82-40 Polish Lore in Conn. Valley 82-43 Latvian Farm Comm - Medfield, MA 82-44 Children's Folklore 82-46 Horse Tales by Gov. Davis 82-47 Otis, MA Folklore 82-48 French Canadian's of Blackstone Valley 82-49 Golfcourse Folkgroups 82-50 Passover 82-51 Armenian Culture 82-52 Halloween Figures 82-53 Security Guards 82-54 Graniteville, VT 82-55 Rugby 82-56 Anglo-American Folksong 82-57 Folklore of Aikido 82-58 The Barstow Family; Longview Farm, Hadley, MA 82-59 History & Traditions of Killingworth, CT 82-60 Folklore of Skiing 82-61 War Stories My Mother Told Me 82-62 Folklife in Leverett 82-63 Folklore from the Southwest 82-64 Family Holidays 82-65 Polish Holiday Customs 82-66 Cigarmaking as a Folk Art 82-67 Pledging a UMASS Fraternity 82-68 UMASS Baseball 82-69 A Dormitory Character

Box #8 1983 83-1 Summer Camp Folklife [MISSING] 83-2 Interview with JohnS. Conaghan- Folklore of the Sea 83-3 American Youth Folkgroup - Quincy MA [MISSING] 83-4 Legend of the Leprechaun - Irish Folk 83-5 New England divers of N. Shore 83-6 Casco Bay - Bustins - Folklore 83-7 Salem Witch Trials 83-8 Folklore of Emerson Park 83-9 A Canadian Farmer in MA 83-10 An interview with a Lithuanian Folklady 83-11 Hangout of youths 83-12 Folklore of Hitchhiking 83-13 Tried recipes of Lebanon Valley 83-14 Oral History of a Shtetal Jew 83-15 Crew Folklore 83-16 Folklore at Cathedral High 83-17 Immortal Jump Rope Rhymes 83-18 Runners as a Folkgroup 83-19 Ghosts and Incidents and Folklore 83-20 Folklore through Christmas 83-22 Legend of Cardiff Giant 83-23 Dancing at the Diahe 83-24 Children's Rhymes 83-25 Folkgroups at Chico State University 83-26 Firemans Folkgroup 83-27 William Sheridan Meehan- Irish Folk 83-28 A Brief look at some Pioneer Valley epitaphs 83-29 Italian Folklore 83-30 Employees of Fahey Beverage Company 83-31 Childbirth Folklore 83-32 Religious Festival of Philippine Islands 83-33 Irish Folklore 83-34 Family Building Tradition of N.E. MA 83-35 Legend of Lydia Pinkham [PHOTOS] 83-36 Oral Hist. of the North River 83-37 My Ancestors and the Irish Emigration 83-38 Folkgroup from Gaeta, Italy 83-39 Events in life of Hollis P. Perry- Native Cape Codder 83-40 Folklore of Spider Gates Cemetery 83-41 A Tale of Trad. - A Look at Greek Culture 83-42 Folktales and Folklegends in the Art of Kempo Karate 83-43 Bio. of Victor Pisini's Life in the Shoe Business 83-44 Children Nursery Rhymes 83-45 The Yippies - Subculture of Cultural Revolutionaries 83-46 Growing up in a large Family - Recollections of youth 83-47 The Conley Club 83-48 Who was Justin Morgan? 83-49 UMass Minutemen Marching Band as Folkgroup 83-52 Life in a small town 83-53 Nicknames of Kappa Kappa Gamma 84-54 Greek family Folk history and tradition 83-55 Nanny's Life 83-56 Walter Steins- Not Just Another Pigman 83-57 Vineetian Institute Folklore 83-59 Nursing Folklore through the Ages 83-60 Bassland- A farm during WWII in West Germany 83-61 Family History 83-63. Folklore of the Institutionalized Mentally Retarded 83-64 Folklore of Sexism 83-65 Sea Changes 83-66 Folklore of Tarrot Cards 83-67 Children at Play - Folklore of Children's Games 83-68 Sorority Meet Fraternity 83-69 Selected Family History (Starkweather & Edwards) 83-70 Some Folklore in a Jewish Wedding 83-71 Bumper Stickers - Identity in the Fast Lane 83-72 Hardcopy Folklore - Explanations and Examples 83-73 Profile of Grandparents 83-74 Highschool Traditions and Rituals 83-75 A Woman's Dairy Farm in a Rural New England Town 83-76 Freedom Songs as Folklore of the Civil Rights Movement 83-77 The Tales and Origin of the Lost Putchman Mine 83-78 New Bedford Fillet House's 83-79 8 years in Retrospect 83-81 Edward Francis Appleton 83-82 Rum-running and Bootlegging 83-83 People of the Plains 83-84 The Zany Tales of Winsted 83-85 An Oral History of Needham by Tony Pippo-Resident 83-86 Way of Life and Folksongs of Tignish, Prince Edward Is. 83-87 Folklore of U.S. Marine Corps 83-88 A French Canadian Family 83-89 The Shakers 83-90 Bicycle Racing - A Folklore Perspective 83-91 Outbound is as a Hitucle 83-92 Childhood Recollection of Paul Rey 83-93 The Netsilih Eskimo 83-94 Lord Give Me Luck 83-95 Punta Rassa: A Culture Forgotten 83-96 Folk Autobiography -Mary P. (Harrington) Carroll 83-97 A Brief Review of Several Work Song Collections 83-98 Using Folklore to Reflect History and Culture 83-99 Folklore of the Wagon Wheel 83-100 Folklore of Wianno and Oyster Harbors Caddy Camps 83-101 Folktales and Legends of Ancient Honolulu 83-102 French Chivalry 83-103 The Shakers 83-104 Comics and Cartoons 83-105 "The Hihe" A Family Tradition 83-106 The UMass Language 83-107 Witch Craft: How It Relates Today 83-108 The 80 yr. old Avon Lady 83-109Turtler's as a Folk Group 83-110 Famous Marblehead Legends and Folk Heroes [PHOTOS] 83-111 "MC" + "0" - The Irish-Catholic Folkway in Boston 83-112 Folklore of the Cape Brenton Is., 3 Informants 83-113 Recollections of Denmark 83-114Folklore of the Newton Track and Cross Country Teams 1922-1982 83-115 Finnish Folklore 83-116 Corky Row: Fall River's Irish Folklore 83-117 Historical Value of Epitaphs 83-118Memories of Cummington, MA 83-119 A Folk Musician & His Songs 83-120 Whoppers- Tall Tales of Mountain Men 83-121 Folklore of a Psychic 83-122 The New Bedford Lumper 83-123 Cherished Traditions 83-124 Stories of Grandfather & His Cardgames 83-125 Family Tales 83-126 Rose; Story of Mother & Family 83-128 Grandparents from Vermont 83-130 Eating at Diners 83-131* Folklore of Deerhunting in Vermont 83-132 A Cape Cod Framing Crew as a Folkgroup 83-133 "The Bikers" 83-134Mike's Westview Cafe "Regulars" 83-135* "Parking" legends 83-136 Hashish Tales 83-137 UMASS

Box #9 1984 84-1 Oral History of Acushnet 84-2 Folklore of a Grandmother - Constance Weinstein Comins 84-3 Gorman Dorm - A dorm with Tradition 84-4 Whitewater Enthusiasts as a Folkgroup 84-5 Folklore of a Tennis Player 84-6 Local Indian Lore 84-7 Greek Customs, Traditions & Superstitions 84-8 Brookline Firefighters as a Folkgroup 84-9 A Look at MA gravestones 84-10 Stories at the 19th hole (Golfing) 84-11 Tales of Witch Hollow Farm 84-12 Folklore of Hockanum School & Village 84-13 Folklore of Buttons 84-14 Army Lore 84-15 Tattoos 84-16 The UMass Men's Swim Team as a Folkgroup 84-17 Hard-core Motorcyclists 84-18 UMass Karate Club as a Folkgroup 84-19 Greek Tradition at New Year's & Easter 84-20 Louis' Foods as a Folkgroup 84-21 The Tragedies of Wilbraham 84-22 Stories of the North River 84-23 A Wartime Log 84-24 An Interview with a Quilter [PHOTOS] 84-25 UMASS Kappa Kappa Gamma 84-26 Sigma Chi 1985 85-1 Early Gravestone Art; 1650-1800, Kingston, MA [PHOTOS] 85-2 Folklife in Tamil Society 85-3 Polish Holiday Tradition 85-4 Rules & Regulations of the game "Caps" 85-5 Human Legends of Newburyport 85-6 Folklore at West Point 85-7 Study of Greek-American Folk Culture 85-8 Folklore of Cape Negro Island, Nova Scotia 85-9 Modem Folk Medicine 85-10 Passover Traditions & Customs 85-11 The Folklore of Wargaming 85-13* Hungry Hill: Home of the Irish 1987 87-1 Caddies as a Folkgroup 87-2 Folk Medicine: Natural & Magico-Religious 87-3 Stories from an Antique Dealer 87-4 The Cults of Fitchburg 87-5 The Basques as a Folkgroup 87-6 Folkhealing 87-7 Italian Folk Culture 87-8 A Finnish Family Story 87-9 Hammond Landscaping 87-10 The Fallen Angels 87-11 Folk Culture of Martial Arts 87-12 The Raile Family 87-13 4-H Clubs as a Folkgroup 87-14 "Yukon Pete" 87-15 Comic Books as Folk Art 87-16 Obtainment of Wishes 87-17 Laotian Legends 87-18 Moonshiners as a Folkgroup 87-19 The Sicilian Tradition 87-20 Beliefs & Traditions of the Yoruba

1988 88-1* West Springfield High School Folklore 88-2 Shaker Communities & Beliefs 88-4 Polish Family Traditions 88-5 Lore of a Grandmother 88-6 The Folklore of Tarot Cards 88-7 Superstition & Belief of the Seafaring Community 88-8 A Family's Folklore 88-9* Digging for Hidden Treasures in Cromwell, CT 88-10* Folklore of Sunderland 88-11 Science Fiction Fandom & Folklore 88-12 Biography & Folklore of Peter Schindler 88-13 The Pub Community 88-14 Folklore of Miles de Forest 88-15 Folklore Collection from Middleton, Mass. 88-16 Rhondda Valley Folklore (South Wales) 88-17 Tales from Two Sailors 88-18 Family Remedies 88-19 The Folklore of a Hobo 88-20 Stories of "The Protest Years" 88-21 Folklore of Cheerleading 88-22 An Afternoon with My Grandparents [PHOTOS] 88-23 "Bouncers" as a Folkgroup 88-24 Israeli Folklore 88-25 Prison Stories & Folklore 88-26 Family Folklore in Northern Maine 88-27 Graveyards of New England [PHOTOS] 88-28 Folklore of Game Wardens 88-29 Folklore of "Ghostly" Hitchhikers 88-30 Gravestone Motifs [PHOTOS] 88-31 A Jewish Family Folkgroup 88-32 Boyscouts as a Folkgroup 88-33 Symbolism Found in Early New England Gravestones [PHOTOS] 88-34 Celebration of Lithuanian Folklore [PHOTOS] 88-35 Shakers as a Folkgroup 88-37 Life Story from Sicily to America 88-38 Proffesor Stories 88-39 Drug Culture UMASS 88-40 Butterfield Ghost, UMASS 88-41 Three Sorority Songs 88-42 The Delta Zeta "Formal" 88-43 Freshman Do's & Don'ts 88-44* Smith College 88-45 UMASS Telefund [PHOTOS]

1989 89-1 Grandparents 89-2 Jehovah's Witness 89-3 William Scarcliff 89-4 Zoology Stories 89-5 UMASS Theater Superstitions 89-6 Minuteman Statue 89-7 Legend of Nancy Brook 89-8 Waitressing 89-9 Jenny Augusta 89-10 Theater "Techies" 89-11 Pregnancy Folklore 89-12 The Monster Family 89-13 Phyllis Bodie: Trinidad Folklore

LF (1989) LF-114* Police LF-115 All Girls Prep. School LF-116 Fear of Technology LF-117 Parochial Schools LF-118 Momento Mori [PHOTOS] LF-119 Reviews LF-120 A Culinary Tradition LF-121 Mail Men LF-122 Blue Folk / War Stories LF-123 Forts LF-124 Pottery LF-125 Bimbos / Marblehead LF-126 Barnum's Island, NY LF-127 Spiritualists LF-128 Celia Houseman LF-129 Tattoo LF-130 Van Meter Fourth Floor LF-131 Fairy Tales LF-132 Great Grandmother Eva Picard Blanchard

1990 90-1 So This is Folklore? 90-2 Graffiti 90-3 Wishes and The Folks 90-4 Birders 90-5 Bumper Stickers 90-6 Sorority and Ghosts 90-7 John Valby: Folk Personality 90-8 Grandpa Jeronimo Cruz 90-9 Granma Arvinie Grace Bakoian 90-10 Golfing 90-11 Scilian Family Traditions 90-12 Cow Lore 90-13 Irish Folklore 90-14 Prison Folklore 90-15 Catholic Folklore 90-16 Beer Drinking Games 90-17 Crew Folklore 90-18 Umass Transit Service 90-19 Menstruation 90-20 Wedding Folklore 90-21 Irish-Catholic Folklore 90-22 Evil Old Stepmother 90-23 Jared Coffee House

Box #10 1992 92-1 Wrestling 92-2 UMass Fraternities / Sororities 92-3 Riverside Park, Agawam, MA 92-4 Dungeons and Dragons 92-5 World Creation Myths 92-6 An Average Family 92-7 Nurse's Aid 92-8 Blacks in the Antebellum Period 92-9 Legend of Dudley Road Burlington, MA 92-10 First Generation Anglo-Indian 92-11 Computer Folklore 92-12 Working Draft Horses 92-13 Snow White 92-14 Overview of Folklore 92-15 Miss Martha, Rock Ridge, NC 92-16 Farm Worker, Hadley, MA 92-17 Halloween in Ireland 92-18 Polish / Hungarian Jews in Brooklyn, NY 92-19 A Television Folk Group from "Northern Exposure" 92-20 Satanism: Myths and Reality 92-21 Motorcycles: An Obsession 92-22 Lawyers and Politicians Jokes, Pittsfield, MA 92-23 UMASS Alpha Epsilon Pi 92-24 College Friends 92-25 Autobio. of an Adult Student 92-26 UMASS Dining Commons 92-27 Coach Garber, UMASS Lacrosse Team 92-28 Superstitions of Athletes 92-29 Baseball as a Folk Group 92-30 Five College Prof. Stereotypes 92-31 Death 92-32 Adopted Judaism 92-33 Skiing 92-34 Medway,MA 92-35 New Salem 92-36 Case Study in the Black Comm. 92-37 Family Dinner-Time 92-38 Homosexual Ex-Con 92-39 Smoking Marijuana 92-40 Grandmothers Marriage 92-41 Springfield Mt. Death, Timothy Mirick 92-42 Tardiff Family Store, Lowell, MA 92-43 Thrash, Plymouth, MA 92-44 Mexican Folklore 92-45 Grandparents 92-46 Witches 92-47 Comic Books 92-48 My Weird Dog 92-49 Kappa Kappa Gamma 92-50 The Kean Family 92-51 A Fraternity Brother 92-52 Fairy Tale Jokes 92-53 Parent's StoreS. Williamstown, MA 92-54 Old Town Trolley Guide, Boston 92-55 Camp Yomechas 92-56 The Boy Scouts 92-58 Island Traditions 92-59 Chinua Achebe 92-60 Fairly Tales 92-61 Immigrant Struggles 92-62 Hill Family Bio. 92-63 Contra Dance 92-64 Mass. Agricultural College of 1862 92-65 Tattoos 92-66 Shaman Traditions 92-67 Death Rituals 92-68 Delta Upsilon 92-69 Graffiti 92-70 Baccala or Codfish 92-71 Civil Engineering Groups 92-72 Magazine Article Mish-Mash 92-73 Scholastic Swimteam 92-74 Mason Square, Springfield, MA 92-75 The Pick-up Line at UMASS 92-76 Car Games 92-77 Dead Heads 92-78 Corn Whiskey 92-79 A Revenge Story 92-80 Shakers 92-81 Navy 92-82 UMASS Marching Band 92-83 Joking Uncle 92-84 Bootlegging 92-85 Grandfather Gearin 92-86 Grandmother Durham [PHOTOS] 92-87 Calvary Memorial Church 92-88 Oak Bluff, MA 92-89 Stressed Out Students 92-90 Grateful Dead 92-91 Saugus High Band 92-92 Pregnancy 92-93 Jewish Family 92-94 Summer Camp 92-95 College Work 92-96 Passover 92-97 Lithuanian Folklore 92-98 UMASS Transit Service 92-99 Afro-American Folklore 92-100 College Wrestling 92-101 Growing Up Military 92-102 UMASS Mish-Mash 92-103 U. of Rhode Island

1993 93-1 Gay Language 93-2 Prank Phone Calls 93-3 Ghost Stories 93-4 Life Guarding 93-5 Fairlawn Rehab. Hospital 93-6 Cat Folklore 93-7 Cape Cod Cape House Restaurant [PHOTOS] 93-8 Dorm Folklore 93-9 Waitressing Folklore 93-10 Drinking Games 93-11 Cab Drivers 93-12 Workshop Folklore 93-13 Perverted Nursury Rhymes 93-14 Ox-Pulling [PHOTOS] 93-15 Children's Folklore 93-16 Golf Course Folklore 93-17 Grandfather's Tales 93-18 Hospital Folklore 93-19 Folklore, Andover, MA Undated 1 Summary of Folktales 2 A Storyteller 3 Folk Medicine 4 Geogia Small Town Folklore 5 Condoms, Cheap Soda and Comedy Rock 6 Tanning Folklore 7 Graffiti 8 UMASS Football 9 Arabian Folklore 10 Autograph Verse 11 Horse Show [PHOTOS] 12 Dirty Ditty 13 Antigo de Viade, Portugal 14 Polish Family Folklore 15 Teenage Folklore 16 Ghost Stories 17 Beagles 18 Lifeguard Folklore 19 Hungry Hill, Irish Folk Community 20 Puetro Rican Folklore 21 Rugby 22 Rugby Songs 23 Graffiti at UMASS 24 Graffiti 25 Sigma Phi Epsilon

Collection Note

The materials were received in June 1998 and in August 1998, Carey added approximately 188 student papers from folklore classes taught by his colleague, Rayna Green.
Title
Guide to George Carey Collection of Student Folklore Papers Collection
Status
Box And Folder List Available
Author
Katrina Wynn
Date
August 2017
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
English.

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