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1Author:  Southwest Folklore CenterRequires cookie*
 Title:  Southwest Folklore Center Video Recordings Collection, 1977-ongoing ead 
 Date(s):  1977-ongoing 
 Abstract:  Videorecordings produced and recorded locally by various collectors, depicting Native American poetry readings, dance, music and storytelling performances, chiefly in Tucson and southern Arizona; Mexican-American music; Ukrainian folk art; oral histories of Tucson residents; and interviews with cowboy poets, singers, and storytellers. 75 videocassettes. This collection was previously titled SWF 010. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Yaqui Indians -- Arizona -- Folklore. | Yaqui poetry -- Arizona. | Tohono O'Odham Indians -- Music. | American literature -- Indian authors. | Mexican Americans -- Music. | Cowboys -- Arizona. | Cowboys' writings, American. | Indians of North America. | Tucson (Ariz.) -- Social life and customs. | Mexican Americans -- Arizona -- Tucson -- Social life and customs. | Easter eggs -- Ukraine. 
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2Author:  George C. BarkerRequires cookie*
 Title:  Papers of George C. Barker 1903-1958 (bulk 1943-1957) ead 
 Date(s):  1903-1958 
 Abstract:  Correspondence, research materials, published and unpublished manuscripts and articles, slides, photographs, and one audio tape, primarily from 1943 to 1957, of anthropologist George C. Barker. The collection documents Barker's anthropological research into folk drama and ritual, the social functions of language, the Pachuco language of Hispanic youths, and Yaqui Indian culture and customs. A 1964 gift to the Southwest Folklore Archives from George C. Barker, Sr. Deaccessioned from the collection in 1993 were approximately 0.2 feet of duplicates and items of a personal nature. In 1996 two 11 x 14 black-and-white photographs by Alfred A. Cohn were transferred to the L. Marguerite Collier Collection, Southwest Folklore Center Manuscripts Collection MS 611. This collection was previously titled SWF 004. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Folk drama, Spanish American. | Christmas plays. | Prodigal son (Parable) -- Drama. | Spanish language -- Dialects -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Spanish language -- Social aspects -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Spanish language -- Slang. | Bilingualism -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Mexican Americans -- Arizona -- Tucson -- Languages. | Gangs -- Arizona -- Tucson. | Tucson (Ariz.) --Social life and customs. | Yaqui Indians -- Mexico -- Hermosillo -- Rites and Ceremonies -- Photographs. | Audio tapes. | Correspondence. | Manuscripts for publication. | Photographs. | Slides (Photographs). 
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