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Accession consists of eleven tape reels containing approximately 125 songs and ballads dubbed in the early 1960s from Louise Manny’s original acetate disc field recordings (1950s-1960s) which are collectively known as known as the “Lord Beaverbrook Collection of New Brunswick Folksong.” The tape copies were supplied by James Reginald Wilson in conjunction with the National Museum of Canada which also has taped copies.
Singers include MacDonald, Ramsay, Coughlan, Tozer, Thibodeau, Stymiest, Campbell, MacLean, MacMahon, W. MacDonald, S. MacDonald, Robichaud, A. MacDonald, Crocker, Duplessis, Hare, and many others. Note: not all of the material is contained on these service copy reels. Material has not been digitized.
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Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "MF032 Louise Manny / Lord Beaverbrook Collection of New Brunswick Folksong" (2023). Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History Finding Aids. Number 77.