Sam Henry Collection

4th July 2019

Handwritten letter to C.F.R.B. radio station from George V. Humphries. Writes of his enjoyment of the Travel Talks broadcast re Ulster and requests a …

4th July 2019

Handwritten letter to Radio Station C.F.R.B. Toronto from Margaret Simpson. Requesting a copy of a Travel Talk titled, ‘Ancient Customs and Legends in…

4th July 2019

Handwritten letter to Radio Station C.F.R.B. Toronto from James Thomson. Requesting a copy of a talk on Ulster which was broadcast on the station. He …

4th July 2019

Handwritten letter to Radio Station C.F.R.B. Toronto from Mrs W McCune. Requesting a copy of a travel talk on Ulster broadcast on 5th February 1937 as…

4th July 2019

Page 1 of 2. Typed tonic sol-fa notation and word to song titled, ‘No. 21 – An Auld Sang in Braid Scots. The Blin’ Auld Man or The Covered Cavalier’. …

4th July 2019

Printed version of Songs of the People article. Tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 44 – A Song of an Irish Harvester. The Rocky Roa…

4th July 2019

Carbon copy of a typed tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 72 – Am I the Doctor?’ Taken down from a resident of Killowen, who learnt …

4th July 2019

Page 1 of 2. Carbon copy of a typed tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 92 – The Hungry Army’. Taken down from Mr Hamilton Hemingway,… – Scan023A

4th July 2019

Carbon copy of a typed tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 119 – The Goat’s Will’. From Frank Magill of Mayogall, Knockloughrim…the… – Scan034A

4th July 2019

Page 2 of 2. Typed tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 135 – The Broomfield Hill’. Air and incomplete version of the ballad were take…

4th July 2019

Carbon copy of a typed tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 158 – The Banks of Sweet Lough Neagh’. A counterpart of this song, in whic…

4th July 2019

Carbon copy of typed tonic sol-fa notation and words to song titled, ‘No. 192 – The Shamrock Shore’. Words supplied by Henry Smyth, Limavady, who hear…