Others are dedicated to trains and cars and the lore associated with two-wheeled machines, machines that fly, and machines that scream across the land at dangerous speeds. The volume concludes with articles that consider how we fuel our machines and ourselves, and the rituals we engage in when we're on our way from here to there. Grider, Sylvia Ann and Lou Halsell Rodenberger eds. Sonnichsen, 1950 - 1991 bulk 1970 - 1980 7 1 Clippings, 1950 - 1978 re Sonnichsen 2 - 5 Letters, 1970 - 1991 6 Articles by Sonnichsen, 1961 - 1974 7 Memoir of Henry and Mary Sonnichsen 8 - 9 Autobiography 8 1 Autobiography 2 - 7 Articles, clippings, notes 8 - 9 Audio tapes 10 Clippings Additional material donated in 2011: Accession 2011-127 This collection consists of materials related to the writing career of Joyce Gibson Roach. The answer is that no matter how sophisticated we think we are, no matter how technologically advanced we become, there is still something deep within us that beckons us to the hunt. Please contact the for details about access to the Joyce Gibson Roach Collection.
Original folder titles are in quotation marks. Recipes and Remembrances from Hearth and Home, 2004. Some articles focus on the research that was done in the past, while others offer studies that continue today. Untiedt is the Secretary-Editor of the Texas Folklore Society. All of these things together- the focus on tradition at our meetings, the fellowship among members, and the diversity of our research-are what sustain the Texas Folklore Society. Ted Olson and Anthony Cavender together edited an interesting volume of essays that they culled from the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin.
The Texas Folklore Society has been collecting and preserving folklore since its first publication in 1912. There is something for the cook as well as for the Texan with a raft of takeaway menus on their refrigerator. She received the Spur Award from Western Writers of America in 1977 for The Cowgirls. Although folklore is so much a part of our daily lives, we often lose sight of just how integral it is to everything we do. There are warm tributes to important folklorists such as Mody Boatwright, J.
This Publication of the Texas Folklore Society tells stories about real-life characters from Texas's history, as well as personal reflections about life from diverse perspectives throughout the last century. Kelton, Elmer, Honor at Daybreak, 1991. Celebrating 100 Years of the Texas Folklore Society feels like a series of reminiscences that would be printed in a memory book or even inscribed within a yearbook. Lea, Tom, The Brave Bulls, 1949. The archive contains the notes, clippings, interviews, articles, brochures, cassettes and letters used by Roach in the writing of The Cowgirls and C.
Its secret for longevity lies in those things that make it unique, such as its annual meeting that seems more like a social event or family reunion than a formal academic gathering. In addition to these materials, Roach also donated a large collection of books most of which focus on folklore and the American West and Southwest. He and his family live on a farm west of Nacogdoches, Texas. Boxes 7 — 8 This series contains the clippings, articles, reviews, and letters Roach used to craft her pamphlet on the life and work of C. There is also an article on how teachers can use writing in the classroom as a means of keeping alive the storytelling tradition.
These works-and the people who produced them-represent the secret behind the history of the Texas Folklore Society, as well as its future. Its secret for longevity lies in those things that make it unique, such as its annual meeting that seems more like a social event or family reunion than a formal academic gathering. Frank Dobie, Bob Flynn, Jean Flynn, Leon Hale, Elmer Kelton, Gary Lavergne, James Ward Lee, Jane Monday, Joyce Roach, Ellen Temple, Walter Prescott Webb, and Jane Roberts Wood. Although some people may not want to discuss dying, it happens to all of us - and there's no way to get around it. Pearce, Southwest Heritage: A Literary History with Bibliographies, 1972 signed by author.
A culture's traditional knowledge is used to remember the past and maintain traditions, to communicate with other members within a community, to learn, to celebrate, and to express creativity. Container List Box Folder Series I : The Cowgirls, 1961-1977 1 1 - 4 Responses to research queries, 1969 - 1977, unordered 5 Articles on cowgirls, 1974 6 Outline 7 Drafts, various chapters 8 Who Were Cowgirls 9 Horsewomen 10 Indian Women 11 Farm vs. A Tennessee Folklore Sampler: Selected Readings from the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 1935—2009 Edited by Ted Olson and Anthony P. Sonnichsen: Grassroots Historian, 1972 signed, insert laid in The Western Writers of America, The Women Who Made the West: The Stories of the Unsung Heroines of the American Frontier, 1980. Bowman, and Laura Crow eds, 1941: Texas Goes to War, 1991. Some fear it, some embrace it, and most have pretty firm ideas about what happens when we die. No marks or creases; very clean copy.
Sonnichsen, San Agustín: First Cathedral Church in Arizona, 1974 insert laid in, signed by author. In all, these pieces tell us what was important to Ab. Several articles examine the cultural roles women fill. Steagall, Red, Ride for the Brand, 1993 signed by author. Some articles focus on the research that was done in the past, while others offer studies that continue today. One chapter looks at how folklore and history complement one another; while historical records provide facts about dates, places and names, folklore brings those events and people to life by making them relevant to us.
Food is a symbol of our success and our communion, and whenever possible, Texans tend to do food in a big way. Other articles feature folklore of particular groups, including oil field workers, mail carriers, doctors, engineers, police officers, horse traders, and politicians. He earned his bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees from Texas Tech University. McDonald, Elmer Kelton, Francis Abernethy, Len Ainsworth and more. Douglas, Debroah, Stirring Prose: Cooking with Texas Authors.