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This website is administered by Judy Blackwell, Mabee-Simpson Library, Lyon College, Batesville, Arkansas.
Phone 870-307-7509.

It was designed and produced by Gene Hyde, with production assistance, editing, and HTML song coding by Judy Blackwell, who serves as Webmaster.

Special thanks to Nancy Griffith for her hard work transcribing, indexing, and cross-referencing the songs in this collection. Without her efforts, this webpage would not be possible.

Kenton Adler provided technical consultation and free advice.

The contents of this website are ©Copyright 2002 Lyon College, Batesville, Arkansas, unless otherwise indicated. No reproduction, duplication or copying is permitted without express written permission from Lyon College.

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Thanks to the Rhodes College Archives, Memphis, Tennessee, for permission to use the oval photo of John Quincy Wolf, Jr. on the main webpage logo, and the photo of Wolf with Bukka White.

Thanks to the Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, for permission to use the photo of Calico Rock -- White River, that serves as the backdrop for the main logo and all the section page logos. The photo is from Art Work of the State of Arkansas by George B. Rose (Racine, WI: Harney Photogravure, 1905)

Thanks to the Memphis Commercial Appeal and to photographer Fred J. Griffith for permission to use the Sacred Harp singing photos, and to the Commercial Appeal for the classroom photo of Wolf.

All other photographs are from the Lyon College Historical Photograph Collection.

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Thanks to Dr. Brooks Blevins for permission to reprint
an edited version of the Ozark bibliography from
Hill Folks: A History of Arkansas Ozarkers and Their Image

Thanks to Dr. George Lankford for permission to reprint
John Quincy Wolf: An Appreciation

The Sacred Harp in Northeast Mississippi reprinted with permission of Mississippi Folklife, published by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi.

Aunt Caroline Dye: The Gypsy in the "St. Louis Blues" reprinted with permission of The University Press of Kentucky.

Folk Singers and the Re-Creation of Folksong and Who Wrote "Joe Bowers"? ©Copyright California Folklore Society and are used by permission. These two articles may be downloaded for personal, individual use only and may not be further duplicated, copied, or republished except with written permission of the California Folklore Society.

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