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Emrich encouraged recording in other countries, and Arthur Alberts’s work in West Africa, for example, helped to spread a greater understanding of African culture. Henrietta Yurchenco’s field work in Mexico, Guatemala, Spain, Morocco, and Puerto Rico added a significant body of work to the library’s expanding collection, with 10,000 discs by 1950, along with additional documentary materials. In 1955 Emrich’s assistant, Rae Korson, was named head of the Folk Archive. The wife of folklorist George Korson, she remained until 1969, and was succeeded by Alan Jabbour, an academic who recorded southern fiddling traditions.
He included not only older folk songs and ballads, and newer songs from the state’s lumber camps, but also compositions such as Stephen Foster’s “Oh! ” While Cox and others were presenting folk songs and ballads in an academic setting to a limited audience, Carl Sandburg successfully tapped into the growing popular market. The award winning poet and historian published The American Songbag (1927), which has always remained in print. “There is presented herein a collection of 280 songs, ballads, ditties, brought together from all regions of America,” he explained in the introduction.
The previous year Harvard had issued Roland Gray’s Songs and Ballads of the Maine Lumberjacks, indicating an interest beyond the South. Cox met many traditional singers, white and black, including one old woman who “made her living … by washing, begging, and selling off things that she could get along without. indb 38 4/10/06 11:58:46 AM 1 9 0 0 – 1 9 3 0 39 Isabel and the Elf Knight,” but also included “John Hardy,” “Davy Crockett,” “Putting On the Style,” “The Arkansaw Traveller,” and other local standards.