Catalog Record: The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore; the folklore of North Carolina | HathiTrust Digital Library

Available Indexes

The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore;
the folklore of North Carolina,
collected by Dr. Frank C. Brown during the years 1912 to 1943, in collaboration with the North Carolina Folklore Society ... General editor: Newman Ivey White; associate editors: Henry M. Belden [and others] Wood engravings by Clare Leighton.

Tools

Corporate Author: Duke University.
Related Names: Brown, Frank Clyde. , White, Newman Ivey 1892-1948.
Language(s): English
Published: Durham, N.C., Duke University Press [1952-64]
Subjects: Folk-songs, English > Folk-songs, English / North Carolina.
Folklore > Folklore / North Carolina.
Note: Each vol. has also special t.p.
Physical Description: 7 v. illus., port., music. 24 cm.
Locate a Print Version: Find in a library

Viewability

Item Link Original Source
  • Full view v.1
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.1
  • Duke University
  • Full view v.1
  • University of Virginia
  • Full view v.2
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.2
  • Duke University
  • Full view v.2
  • University of Virginia
  • Full view v.3
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.3
  • Duke University
  • Full view v.3
  • University of Virginia
  • Limited (search only) v.4
  • University of Virginia
  • Limited (search only) v.4
  • Duke University
  • Limited (search only) v.4
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.4
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.5
  • University of Michigan
  • Limited (search only) v.5
  • University of Michigan
  • Limited (search only) v.5
  • Duke University
  • Limited (search only) v.5
  • University of Virginia
  • Full view v.6
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.6
  • Duke University
  • Limited (search only) v.6
  • University of Virginia
  • Full view v.7
  • University of Michigan
  • Full view v.7
  • Duke University
  • Full view v.7
  • University of Virginia
    View HathiTrust MARC record