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City of Colorado Springs / Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum / Collections / Archives Research / Finding Aids/Inventories / Dean & Peg Edwards Collection

Dean & Peg Edwards Collection

S999.100

Box 1

(1) 1 Square Dancing Books

1. Square Dances, by Ed. Durlacher (1946)

2. American Square Dances, by Zeke Manners (1948)

3. Over 100 Calls, Photos and Instructions for Square Dancin', by Les Gotcher (1950)

4. Dizzy Dances, by Gene Hubert (1983)

5. Square Your Sets Presents 50 Musical Mixers, as used by Ray Olson (1956)

6. Clendenen's Quadrille Book and Guide to Etiquette (1899)

7. Herb's Blue Bonnet Calls, collected by H.F. Greggerson, Jr. (1937)

8. Square Dancing is Easy, by Sam Justin (1948)

9. Learn to Dance and Call Square Dances the Foster Way, (1942)

(1) 2 Newspaper Clippings About Square Dancing

1940's - 1990's

(1) 3 Photographs

Color photographs of the Edwards' house and square dancing at Bancroft Park

(1) 4 Sheet Music

1. David Bogen Co., "Instructions"

2. "The Original Guckert's Chords for the Guitar at Sight", (1919)

3. "Coles Complete Chord & Harmony Manual for Tenor-banjo", (1927)

4. "First National Institute of Allied Arts Vol. I", (1934)

5. "First National Institute of Allied Arts Vol. II", (1934)

6. "Robbins Hawaiian Guitar Folio of Popular Songs", by Roy Smeck (1937)

7. "EZ Method for Guitar", (1937)

8. "Mike Scheidlmeier's Royal Flush Novelty Fox Trots for Tenor Banjo and Piano", (1923)

9. "Ting-a-Ling the Waltz of the Bells", (1926)

10. "Peggy O'Neil", by Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson & Gilbert Dodge (1921)

11. "There'll Be A Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight", by Joe Hayden (1923)

12. "Hot Pretzels", (1938)

13. "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!", (1927)

14. "My Little Girl", by Enoch Light (1925)

15. "Alexander's Ragtime Band", by Irving Berlin (1911)

Books

1. One Thousand Fiddle Tunes (1940)

2. Gems of the Universe (1934)

3. Dance at Grandpa's, by Laura Ingalls Wilder (1994)

4. Partners All - Places All, by Miriam H. Kirkell & Irma K. Schaffnit (1962)

5. An Elegant Collection of Contras and Squares, by Ralph Page (1984)

6. Dance Composition and Production for High Schools & Colleges, by Elizabeth R. Hayes (1955)

7. American Square Dances of the West and Southwest, by Lee Owens (1949)

8. Album of Favorite Violin Solos with Piano Accompaniment, by Merle J. Isaac (1941)

9. Mel Bay Deluxe Bluegrass Banjo Method, by Neil Griffin (1974)

10. Play Old-Time Country Fiddle, by Jerry Silverman (1975)

11. The Country Dance Book, by Beth Tolman & Ralph Page (1980)

12. Barn Dance!, by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault (1986)

13. Let's Create "Olde Tyme" Square Dancing, by Ralph Sweetz (1966)

Box 2

VHS Videotapes

1. Traditional American Folk Dances - Fundamentals II (1950)

2. Traditional American Folk Dances - Fundamentals II (1950)

3. Traditional American Folk Dances - Elementary Fundamentals (1950)

4. Living History (1992)

5. History in Action (1992)

Orchestra Books

1. Fiddle

2. Piano

3. Guitar

4. Bass

5. Banjo

6. Master

7. Fun Finders & Hoedown Aires Orchestra

Box 3

Phonographs

33's

1. Spade Cooley, "Wagonner" & "Flop-Eared Mule"

2. Carson Robison and his Pleasant Valley Boys, "Turkey in the Straw" & "Golden Slippers"

3. Ethel Smith, "Christmas Music"

4. Jukebox Serenades, "Lady Luck" & "Lover's Waltz"

5. Gene Autry, "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" & "If it Doesn't Snow on Christmas"

6. Kenny Jagger, "Friendly Tavern Polka" & "Beer Barrel Polka"

78's

1. Tex Williams, "Ocean Waves" & "Chinese Breakdown"

2. Cliffie Stone, "Tennessee Wagoner", "Back Up and Push", "Leather Britches" & "Turkey in the Straw"

3. Tex Williams, "Rakes of Mallow" & "A&E Rag"

4. Cliffie Stone, "Cumberland Gap", "The Fox and the Hounds", "Skip to My Lou" & "Arkansas Traveler"

5. Bill Wimberly, "Authentic Square Dances"

6. "Rosin on the Bow and Here We Go! Fiddlin - Country Style"

7. The McLain Family Band, "Country Dance Album"

8. Randy Clark with the Blue Ridge Boys, "Square Dances With Calls"

9. The Fireside String Band, "Square Dance Tunes for a Yankee Caller"

10. Ed. Durlacher with music by The Top Hands, "Honor Your Partner", Album 1;

3 phonographs in set - album number 2 is not in the collection

11. Ed. Durlacher with music by The Top Hands, "Honor Your Partner", Album 3;

3 phonographs in set - album number 2 is not in the collection

S999.208

Box 1

Reel to Reel Tapes

#9 - #21 of the Fun Finders TV Show, April 29-August 22, 1955

Cassette Tapes

1. #1 - #4 of the Fun Finders / KRDO TV Live Square Dancing Show, March 4-March 25, 1955

2. "Old Tyme" Fiddle Tunes (2 cassettes)

(1)1 Photographs / Park Dances

Square dancing at Acacia Park, scrapbook and photographs of square dancing at Bancroft Park, and photographs of Dean Edwards' home

(1)2 Newspaper Clippings

Pertaining to Square Dancing

(1)3 Pamphlets & Programs

Pertaining to square dancing, dance festivals and events

Box 2

Laminated Newspaper Articles

2 full size articles pertaining to square dancing

Phonographs:

33's

1. "Little" Jimmy Dickens, "Lola Lee" & "Hot Diggity Dog"

2. Bob Atcher & Bonnie Blue Eyes, "You Are My Sunshine" & "Crying Myself

to Sleep"

3. Red River Dave, "Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild, Wild Women" & "Teardrops

in My Heart"

4. "Little" Jimmy Dickens, "Closing Time" & "Out Behind the Barn"

5. Fenton "Jonesy" Jones, "Bye Bye Blackbird" & "Golden Slippers"

6. The Sundowners Band, "Marching Through Georgia" & "My Pretty Girl"

(2 copies)

7. The Sundowners Band, "The Steamboat" & "Yes Sir, That's My Baby"

(3 copies)

8. The Sundowners Band, "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry" & "Old Fashion Girl"

9. Bill Mooney, "Sioux City Sue" & "Oh, Johnny"

10. Stan James, "Oh Johnny" & "Hot Time"

11. Frank Messina, "This Ole House" & "Pack Up Your Troubles"

12. Stan James, "There'll Be Some Changes Made" & "Down Yonder"

13. The Sundowners Band, "Any Time" & "Down By the O-hi-o"

14. Forrest Delk, "Nobody's Sweetheart" & "Down Yonder" (2 copies)

15. The Sundowners Band, "The Steamboat"

16. Jack Barbour, "Jackson's Breakdown" & "Bully of the Town"

17. Cliffie Stone, "Devil's Dream" & "Down Yonder" (2 copies)

18. Johnny Balmer's Grand Canyon Boys, "Whirlpool Hoedown" & "Up Jumped the Devil"

19. Cliffie Stone, "Skip to My Lou" & "Old Joe Clark"

20. Tommy Jackson, "Chinese Breakdown" & "Lead Out"

78's

1. Tex Williams, "Ocean Waves" & "Chinese Breakdown"

2. "America's Favorite Marches" (4 album record book)

S2000.93

Box 1

(1)1 Sheet Music:

1. "Bluegrass Banjo", by Peter Wernick (1974)

2. "Dueling Banjos and Other Songs for Guitar & Banjo", (1973)

3. "Round-Up Memories", (1933)

4. "Rock Me", (1968)

5. "Tammy", by Jay Livingstone & Ray Evens (1957)

6. "Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose", by Irwin Levine & L. Russell Brown (1973)

7. "They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree", by Willie Raskin, George Brown & Edward Eliscu (1931)

8. "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree", by Irwin Levine & L. Russell Brown (1973)

9. "Somewhere, My Love", (1966)

10. "Shenandoah", arranged by Stephen Sechak (1963)

11. "A Mighty Pretty Waltz", by Jeri Southern (1952)

12. "El Paso", by Marty Robbins (1959)

13. "San Antonio Rose", by Bob Wills (1940)

14. "Ridin' Down the Canyon", by Roy Rogers (1936)

15. "Blue Shadows on the Trail", by Johnny Lange & Eliot Daniel (1948)

16. "Green Green Grass of Home", by Curly Putman (1965)

17. "Cool Water", by Bob Nolan (1936)

(1)2 Square Dancing Books:

1. The Basic Movements of Square Dancing, (1967)

2. Square Dancing Figures & Terms, (1958)

3. Hand Book of Square Dances, by Ed Bossing (1951)

4. The Square Dance, (1950)

5. Gene Gowing's Square Dancing for Everyone, (1957)

6. How to Square Dance, by Harry Jarman (1951)

7. Square-N-Round, (1955)

(1)3 Colorado Dance Festival:

Papers & Flyers pertaining to the festival.VHS Videotapes:

1. History in Action, (1992)

2. Audition Tape for Colorado Dance Festival, (February 16, 1986)

3. Early American Traditional Folk Dances - Henry Ford Era, 2 copies (1999)

4. Early American Traditional Folk Dances - Western Cowboy / "Pappy" Shaw

Era, 2 copies (1999)

S2000.159

Box 1

Reel to Reel Tapes:

#3 - #6 of the Fun Finders TV Show, March 18-April 8, 1955 (3 tapes)

Cassette Tapes:

#1 - #8 of the Fun Finders Live Square Dance Show on KRDO TV, March 4-April 22, 1955 (4 tapes)

(1)1 "Fun Finders" in Bancroft Park:

Photographs from 1979-1989

S2001.42

Box 1

VHS Videotapes:

1. Early American Traditional Folk Dances - Henry Ford Era (1999)

2. Early American Traditional Folk Dances - Western Cowboy / "Pappy" Shaw Era (1999)

3. Children dancing in North Wales, PA & Adults dancing in Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa on January 19, 1995 (Master)

4. Children dancing in North Wales, PA & Adults dancing in Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa on January 19, 1995 (Copy)

(1)1 Letter / Award Pictures:

Letter from Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa & Pictures of Awards. (color)

S2001.46

Box 1

(1)1 Photographs:

Square Dancing & Callers from 1940's - 1990's

(1)2 Pamphlets & Newsletters:

Pertaining to Square Dancing

(1)3 Magazines / Booklets:

1. Reminisce, Nov./Dec. 1994

2. Here's to Square Dancing, by Frank Grundeen

S2001.48

Box 1

(1)1 "Sets in Order" Cards:

Depicts 52 Square Dancing Cartoons.

(1)2 Newspaper Clippings:

Pertaining to Square Dancing and Blair College Basketball.

(1)3 Fun Finders Exhibition Group:

1975 - 2001, folder compiled by Peg Edwards & Betty Baxter, depicts photographs of Square Dance couples.

(1)4 Fun Finders in Movie - "Comes a Horseman":

circa 1978, folder compiled by Peg Edwards & Betty Baxter, depicts photographs and text pertaining to the Fun Finders and the cast of the movie "Comes a Horseman".

(1)5 Programs, Benefits & Thank You's:

Pertaining to Square Dancing and the Fun Finders.

(1)6 Honors & Certificates:

Acknowledgement and Certificates given to the Fun Finders and Dean & Peg Edwards.

(1)7 Photographs:

2 Flipbooks of Bancroft Park and Springfield, CO. Various Black & White and Color photographs of Dean Edwards and Square Dancing Groups.

(1)8 Registration Books:

For Fun Finders PotLucks.

(1)9 Square Dancing Magazine:

Square Dancing, Aug. 1985 (2 copies) & Letter from Bob Osgood (2 copies).

(1)10 Clipping & Articles From "Comes a Horseman":

Circa 1978.

Script: From the Movie "Comes A Horseman", circa 1978.Phonographs:

33's

1. Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys, "Sweeter Than the Flowers" &

"Tennessee Waltz"

2. Svobodova Selska Kapela, "Kanarek Polka" & "Cerna Hezky Chlupata Polka"

3. Grillova Ceska Kapela, "Happy Wanderer Polka" & "Golden Sparks Waltz"

4. Ceska Selska Kapela, "Vsecky Mysi Za Sebou Polka" & "Pod Semkaco"

5. Brousek's Band, "Narozeniny Valcik" & "Stebetalna Polka"

6. Columbia Ceska Kapela, "Vojensky Pochod" & "Vem Si Mne"

7. Viktor Kapela, "The Dove Waltz" & "In Dreamland Waltz"

8. John G. Frank, "Po Starodavnu" & "Na Visato"

S2001.50

Box 1

7" Reel:

Hoedown's (February 5, 1978).

(1)1 Newspaper Clippings: Pertaining to Square Dancing.

(1)2 Reunion Square Dancing Events #1:

(1976) Photographs, letters, articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fun Finders Square Dancing Group.

(1)3 Reunion Square Dancing Events #2:

(1977-1978) Photographs, letters, articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fun Finders Square Dancing Group.

(1)4 Reunion Square Dancing Events #3:

(1978-1979) Photographs, letters, articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fun Finders Square Dancing Group.

(1)5 Reunion Square Dancing Events #4:

(1979-1980) Photographs, letters, articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fun Finders Square Dancing Group.

(1)6 Reunion Square Dancing Events #5:

(1980-1981) Photographs, letters, articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fun Finders Square Dancing Group.

Box 2

Phonographs:

33's

1. Jack Barbour's California Clippers, "Down the Lane"

2. Ken Griffin, "Half a Heart" & "Under a Red Umbrella"

3. Fred Bergin "Varsouvianna Medley" & "Black Hawk Waltz" (2 copies)

4. Ken Griffin, "St. Louis Blues" & "Sentimental Journey"

5. Ken Griffin, "Take Me Out to the Ballgame", "The Band Played On" & "The Skaters Waltz"

6. Forrest Delk, "Mormon Schottische" & "Under the Double Eagle"

7. Ken Griffin, "Side By Side" & "Louise"

8. Jack Barbour's California Clippers, "Sentimental Journey" & "Down the Lane"

9. Fred Bergin, "Down the Lane" & "Cruising Down the River",

10. Fred Bergin, "Goodnight Irene" & "Sentimental Journey"

11. Fred Bergin & Lloyd Shaw, "Waltz of the Bells", "The Irish Waltz", "Down the Lane" & "Goodnight Irene"

12. Stan James, "The Merry Widow Waltz" & "The Spinning Waltz" (2 copies)

13. Fred Bergin, "The Irish Waltz" & "Waltz of the Bells"

14. Blue Barron and his Orchestra, "Powder Your Face With Sunshine" & "Cruisin Down the River"

15. Ken Griffin, "You Can't Be True, Dear" & "Cuckoo Waltz"

16. Ken Griffin, " Lorelei Waltz" & "I'm the Old Friend"

17. Gaylord Carter, "Ting-a-Ling" & "Moon Winks"

18. Bill Mooney, "Cruising Down the River" & "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time"

19. Fred Bergin, "Skater's Waltz" & "Merry Widow Waltz"

20. Phil Reed, "Forever & Ever" & "The Waltz You Saved For Me"

21. Fred Bergin, "The Carlyle Veleta Waltz Narcissus"

22. Fred Bergin, "Rye Waltz" & "The Carlyle" (2 copies)

23. Fred Bergin, "The Irish Waltz" & "Waltz of the Bells"

24. Windsor - Just for Dancing, "Mary Lou" & "Blue Pacific Waltz"45's

1. Jim Reeves, "Am I Losing You" & "Waiting For a Train"

2. Tex Ritter, "I Look For a Love" & "The History Song"

3. Garth Brooks, "Thunder Rolls (live version)" & "Friends in Low Places (live version)

4. Don Simmons, "Piano Roll Blues" & "A Good Man is Hard To Find"

5. Jack River Boys, "Schottische" & "Heel and Toe Polka"

6. Baxter & Beavers, "I'm Yours" & "Kiss of Fire"

7. Leroy Anderson, "Best Tango" & "Belle of the Ball"

8. Bing Crosby, "Around the World"

9. Visions in Sound, "Remember You're Mine", "Happy Wanderer", "Gay Ranchero-La Comparsa" & "Helena Polka"

10. Vinnese Waltz Orchestra, "Music of the Sphere's"

11. The Three Flames, "God's Herd" & "Sing Me One Lovesong"

12. Jimmy Wakely & Jeanne McManus, "Please Help Me I'm Falling" & "One Has My Name"

13. Eddy Arnold, "Gonna Find Me A Bluebird" & "Little?"

14. Hank Snow, "With This Ring I Thee Wed" & "I'm Moving On"

15. Hank Snow, "Born to Be Happy" & "Main Liner"

16. Hank Snow, "Wabash Blues", "In An Old Dutch Garden", "Hilo March" & "Sweet Marie"

17. Jim Reeves, "Am I Losing You" & "Waitin' For A Train"

18. "Tennessee" Ernie Ford, "Ballad of Davy Crockett" & "Farewell"

19. Lloyd Shaw, "Flying Scotsmen Hornpipe"

20. Lloyd Shaw, "Marching to Pretoria" (2 copies)

21. Lloyd Shaw, "The Long Valley" & "Riley's Reel"

22. Fred Bergin, "Cattle Call Waltz Quadrille" & "Serenata Quadrille"

23. McLain Family Band, "Boone Tavern Reel" & "Levi Jackson Rag"

24. Lloyd Shaw, "Windmill Quadrille"

25. Lloyd Shaw, "Up Jumped the Devil" & "Ocean View Reel"

26. Blue Star Band, "Country" & "Devil's Dream"

27. Five Minute Hoedown, "Up Jumped the Devil" & "Best Gal" (4 copies)

28. Five Minute Hoedown, "Guitar Fancy" & "Durang's Hornpipe"

29. Five Minute Hoedown, "Hell Broke Loose in Georgia" & "Banjo Reveille" (2 copies)

30. Five Minute Hoedown, "Don's Dilemma" & "Don's Dream"

31. The Texans, "Sassafras" & "Ragtime Annie"

32. Earl and His Hoedowners, "Cracker Jack" & "Up the Creek"

33. Rosalie Allen, "Square Dancing Polka" & "Yodeling Bird"

34. The Thunderbirds, "Liza Jane" & "Cindy Lou" (2 copies)

35. Otto and the Westerners, "Cabbage" & "Hot Britches"

36. Five Minute Hoedown, "Freddie Fancy" & "Billy John"

37. The Texans, "Cindy Balance"

38. Five Minute Hoedown, "Blue Mountain Rag" & "Old Joe Clark"

39. Johnny Maddox, "Chicken Reel" & "I Never Knew"

40. Earl and His Hoedowners, "Midnight" & "Big Thicket" (2 copies)

41. Earl and His Hoedowners, "Larry's Stomp" & "Tar Baby"

42. Earl and His Hoedowners, "Up the Creek" & "Cracker Jack"

43. Lester Flathead Scruggs, "Six White Horses" & "Shuckin the Corn" (2 copies)

44. Bill Monroe, "Wheel Hoss" & "Put My Little Shoes Away"

45. Don Simmons, "Jean" & "Cara Mia"

46. Don Simmons, "Consider Yourself" & "76 Trombones"

47. Don Simmons, "Misty" & "Shadow of Your Smile"

48. Jimmy Dean, "Freight Train Blues" & "Glad Rags"

49. Red & Betty Foley, "A Satisfied Mind" & "How About Me"

50. Hank Garland, "Hillbilly Express" & "E-String Rag"

51. Max Morath, (2 phonographs) "The Sunshine of Paradise Alley", "Row, Row, Row", "Imperial Rag", "I Love Girls", "He'd Have to Get Under", "Comrades", "Why Do They Always Say 'No'?" & "Maple Leaf Rag"

52. Kitty Wells & Red Foley, "I'm a Stranger in My Own Home" & "One by One"

53. Fred Bergin, "Champagne Waltz" & "Waltz Minuet"

54. The Roadrunners, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"

55. Earnest Tubb, "Waltz Across Texas" & "Walking the Floor Over You"

56. Henry King, "Rumba Time"

57. Jim Reeves, "Blue Boy" & "Theme of Love"

58. Hank Williams, "Let's Turn Back the Years" & "Kaw-Liga"

59. The Bronc Busters, "Callers (Cowboys) Don't Get Lucky All the Time"

60. Frank Messina & the Mavericks, "Mountain Dew" & "Boomerang"

61. Johnnie & Jack, "You Can't Divorce My Heart" & "Baby It's In the Making"

62. Hank Snow, "Would You Mind?" & "Yellow Roses"

63. Rusty Draper, "Are You Satisfied?" & "Wabash Cannonball"

64. Frank Messina & the Mavericks, "Ridin Old Paint" & "Chantez-Chantez"

65. Frank Messina & the Mavericks, "Swing That Gal From Tennessee" & "Say Howdy"

66. Nelson Watkins, "On the Road Again"

67. Don Simmons, "Skater's Waltz" & "That's Amore"

68. Five Minute Hoedown, "Blue Mountain Hop" & "Hoppin Satan" (4 copies)

69. Five Minute Hoedown, "Yak Time" & "Up Jumped the Devil"

70. Five Minute Hoedown, "Freddie's Fancy" & "Billy John" (2 copies)

71. Five Minute Hoedown, "High Gear" & "Boil the Cabbage Down" (2 copies)

72. Blue Star Band, "Country" & "Devil's Dream"

73. The Fontana Ramblers, "Old Joe Clark" & "Bill Cheatham"

74. Five Minute Hoedown, "Basa Nova Patter #1"

75. Five Minute Hoedown, "Basa Nova Patter #2"

76. Earl and His Hoedowners, "Earl's Hoedown & "Pretty Lady" (7 copies)

77. Blue Star Band, "Cindy" & "Ragtime Annie"

78. Five Minute Hoedown, "Don's Dream" & "Don's Dilemma" (2 copies)

79. Otto & the Westerners, "Hot Britches" & "Cabbage" (2 copies)

80. Five Minute Hoedown, "Up Jumped the Devil" & "Best Gal"

81. Jack Carter, "Jack's Special" & "Sally Johnson"

82. Frank Messina & the Mavericks, "Something Else" & "Boil the Cabbage Down" (2 copies)

83. The Mustangs, "Froggy Mountain Breakdown" & "Earl's Breakdown"

84. Fred Bergin, "Glow Worm Gavotte" & "Laces and Graces" (3 copies)

85. School Rhythm Records, "Beer Barrel Polka"

86. Fred Bergin, "The Veleta Waltz" & "The Spanish Waltz"

87. Fred Bergin, "The Irish Waltz" & "Waltz of the Bells"

88. Fred Bergin, "Merry Widow Waltz" & "The Skater's Waltz"

89. Fred Bergin, "The Rye Waltz" & "Rustic Dance"

90. Red Foley, "There'll Be Peace in the Valley for Me" & "A Servant"

91. The Sundowners Band, "Comin Round the Mountain" & "Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight"

92. Tex Ritter, "Rye Whiskey" & "Deck of Cards"

93. Five Minute Hoedown, "Tricia" & "Laura" (2 copies)

94. Fred Bergin, "Nights of Gladness" & "The Bolero" (2 copies)

95. Jack Barbour, "Pennsylvania Polka Square" (2 copies)

96. The Sundowners Band, "Trail of the Lonesome Pine" (4 copies)

97. Fred Bergin, "The Five Part Singing Quadrille"

98. The Rhythmaires, "You Call Everyone Darling" (2 copies)

99. The Sundowners Band, "Alabama Jubilee" & "Just Because"

100. Red Foley, "Salty Dog Rag" & "Milk Bucket Boogie"

101. Fenton "Jonesy" Jones, "Oh Johnny" (2 copies)

102. The Sundowners Band, "My Pretty Girl" & "Marching Through Georgia" (2 copies)

103. Ed Gilmore's Boom Chuck Boys, "Solomon Levi" (2 copies)

104. Bob Van Antwerp, "Little Girl"

105. Dave Taylor, "Pickle Up A Doodle"

106. Blue Star Band, "Jessie Polka"

107. Faron Young, "Every Time I'm Kissing You" & "Alone With You"

108. Jim Reeves, "I Know and You Know" & "Four Walls"

109.Jim Reeves, "I'm Hurting Inside" & "Yonder Comes A Sucker"

S2001.80

Box 1

Oversized Print:

Black and White Print of Square Dancing at the Broadmoor Hotel (1951)Pioneer Museum "Square Dance Exhibit" CD:

May 23, 20013.5" Floppy Disk:

Contents Unknown

(1)1 Oral History:

Dean Edwards Oral History (6 tapes)

(1)2 Photographs #1:

Black & white and color photographs pertaining to square dancing.

(1)3 Photographs #2:

Black & white and color photographs pertaining to square dancing.

(1)4 Photographs / Negatives:

Black & white and color photographs and negatives pertaining to square dancing.

(1)5 Booklets / Newsletters:

Pertaining to square dancing.

(1)6 Sheet Music:

"Scales for Tenor Banjo"

(1)7 Photocopies:

Articles pertaining to square dancing.

(1)8 Handwritten / Typed Letters:

Letters to and concerning Dean & Peg Edwards and the Fun Finders.

(1)9 Photocopied Manuscript:

Monument's Faded Neighbor Communities and It's Folk Lore by Douglas Elbert.

(1)10 Postcards:

2 postcards from the Broadmoor Hotel. 1 printed on front with "Bob Cook and Square Dancers a regular feature at the Broadmoor Hotel. Colorado Springs, CO."Box 2

Phonographs:

33's

1. Gene Autry, "An Old Fashioned Tree" & "Here Comes Santa Claus"

2. Carson Robison and His Old Timers, "Square Dance!"

3. Tex Williams, "Square Dance"

4. Pee Wee King, "Arkansas Traveler" & "Sally Goodin"

5. Tex Williams, "Chinese Breakdown" & "Life on the Ocean Wave"

78's

1. Square Dancing, "18"

2. Slim Jackson, "Square Dancing Made Easy"

3. Tommy Jackson's, "Square Dance Fiddle Favorites"

4. Rodney & Randy Miller, "New England Chestnuts 2" (2 copies)

5. The Stoney Creek Boys of Western North Carolina, "Big Circle Mountain Dance Music"

6. The McLain Family Band, "Country Dance Album" (2 copies)

7. Rodney & Randy Miller, "New England Chestnuts" (2 copies)

8. "Children's Hour of Songs and Stories"

9. "22 Favorite Waltzes with the Mom and Dads"

10. Ken Griffin, "On the Happy Side"

11. The Shady Oak Boys, "Number 1 Country Hits"

12. The Banjo Barons, "55 Golden Banjo Favorites"

13. "Banjo Bonanza, 30 Big Hits!"

14. Flatt & Scruggs, "foggy Mountain Breakdown"

15. Sons of the Pioneers, "Cool Water"

16. Charlie McCoy, "Christmas"

17. "Square Dance Music"

18. Varsity Dance Orchestra, "Swing Your Partner"

19. La Bastringue - Meet the Beat Boys, "Square Dance Tonight Vol. 1"

20. Graeshopperne - Betty Bakingplate, "Square Dance Tonight Vol. 2"

21. Roy Horton "Square Dances"

S2001.158

Box 1

Book:

The Mane Event by David Helmuth.

(1)1 Magazine / Newspaper Clippings:

"Reminisce" March/April 2001. Magazine and newspaper clippings pertaining to square dancing.

(1)2 Birthday Cards / Photographs:

Birthday card from Dean Edwards' sister with a black & white picture of him as a young boy. Color photographs of the Fun Finders square dancing group.

Photographs:

3 oversized photographs of the Fun Finders square dancing group on their "Coast to Coast Tour

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