George Lyman Kittredge additional papers on American songs and ballads, 1905-1937.


George Lyman Kittredge additional papers on American songs and ballads, 1905-1937.

Primarily papers collected by Harvard professor and ballad scholar, GeorgeLyman Kittredge, concerning American ballads and songs.

3 boxes (1.5 linearfeet)


SNAC Resource ID: 6385007

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