Major U.S. Folk Music Archive Makes Online Debut
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Alan Lomax (right) with musician Wade Ward during the Southern Journey recordings, 1959-1960. Shirley Collins/Courtesy of Alan Lomax Archive hide caption

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Alan Lomax's Massive Archive Goes Online
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Alan Lomax: Recording The World
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In 1959, Alan Lomax traveled through the American South to record the stories of folk musicians. Shirley Collins/Library of Congress hide caption

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Folklorist Alan Lomax: Everyone Has A Story
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