Hal Cannon Collection, 1964-2018  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Cannon, Hal.
Title
Hal Cannon Collection
Dates
1964-2018 (inclusive)
Quantity
26 boxes, (12 linear feet)
Collection Number
UUS_Folk Coll 66
Summary
The Hal Cannon Collection: A Life of Fieldwork and Creative Endeavors spans 55-years of ethnographic collecting and creative works by folklorist and musician Hal Cannon. The collection contains 26 boxes and three series: fieldwork, creative endeavors, and purchased materials.
Repository
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections & Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT
84322-3000
Telephone: 435-797-8248
Fax: 435-797-2880
scweb@usu.edu
Access Restrictions

No restrictions on use, except: not available through interlibrary loan.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Hal Cannon was born in Salt Lake City in 1948. He was curious child, but as he describes it, he was “a poor student with little discipline.” Cannon notes: “If interested, I’d learn all there was to know. If force fed, I’d spit it out. Determined early that I was an artistic soul. I conveniently based all my odd interests into identifying myself as an artist rather than accepting that I was a strange kid with learning disabilities. Unfortunately, this life-long artistic orientation tainted my work as an ethnographer and ethnography tainted my work as an artist.”

Canon didn’t trust teachers. He says, “I didn’t trust school, Sunday or weekday.” He began trying to find wisdom and beauty through the stories, “the artful lives of unlikely people, mostly those who laid no claim to wisdom or position.” Cannon’s earliest fieldwork was as a 10-year-old sitting in a lawn chair listening to the stories of his next-door neighbor who, in his younger days, was an Old West sheriff with “outlaw yarns.”

Cannons early experiences lead him to folk music revival of the time. In 1964, he and classmates performed at a “hootenanny.” The poster for this event is in the collection and marks the starting date of Cannon’s collection. The Salt Lake Deseret News printed an article “East Teens Sing Along at Hootenanny,” on April 29, 1964. Cannon’s Creative collection includes his musical life as a songwriter, musician, singer, poet, and photographer. Hal was a founding member of the Deseret String Band (1972-2002). The DSB collection also resides at Utah State: Folk Collection 52

Cannon gravitated to storytellers, and in 1970 graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Communications. He went on to gain a master’s degree in film and education from Rhode Island School of Design. Throughout his College years Cannon took folklore classes and his projects in journalism and film generally centered on ethnographic subjects. He spent his free time with people interested in folk expression, folk art, folklife, folk knowledge, and folk music. He recalls that “as early as twelve, scratchy old field recordings knocked my socks!” After, what Cannon refers to as “a mediocre educational career,” he feels he “lucked into a job as a folklorist.”

Cannon was the first Folk Arts Coordinator for the Utah Arts Council (1976-1985). It was here that he began intensive fieldwork. The material collected during this timeframe resides at the Utah State Archives. From Utah, Cannon moved to Ketchum, Idaho where he organized the first Elko, Nevada, Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Later he worked both in Elko, Nevada and Salt Lake City as Founding Director of the Western Folklife Center (1985-2011). The massive fieldwork collections from this important time resides with the Western Folklife Center, soon to become part of Utah State University’s important folklore holdings. Cannon’s early fieldwork revolved around folklore of the American Cowboy. His last 14 years was an eclectic mix of fieldwork, mostly interviews that resulted in over one-hundred cultural features for National Public Radio and Public Broadcast Service. This work is mainly comprised of still and moving images, audio and video recordings, documents and ephemera.

Cannon writes of his collection: “My life’s work, a junkyard of stuff, is being transformed into an archival treasure trove. It reflects paths taken, paths still trodden, and paths abandoned. My mother said ‘I was the most annoyingly, curious boy ever. It wasn’t even discriminating curiosity, it was everything.’”

Cannon reminiscences: “During my time as a folklorist there was intense peer pressure to discard my musical life and allow the folks, we represented to have the spotlight. I refused to give up my musical life and was criticized for it. I did work hard to keep my artistic life separate from my life as a folklorist. I remember interviewing renowned folklorist Barre Toelken late in his life and he told me that he “used to be a folklorist.” I wish I would have asked him what he had become. As I’m getting older, I identify myself wholly as an artist with a background in folklore.” This collection reflects Cannon’s creative works and his folklore fieldwork.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

Reel-to-Reel

Cassette Tapes

VHS

DAT Topes

Mini Discs

Compact Discs

Images, slides, contact sheets, negatives, prints

Posters

Fieldnotes

Ephemera

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the Hal Cannon Collection must be obtained from theCurator of the Fife Folklore Archives and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: USU_Folk Coll 66; Hal Cannon Collection; Fife Folklore Archives, Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:USU_Folk Coll 66, USUSCA.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I: Fieldwork, UndatedReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Sub-series A: Printed Materials
Undated
Box Folder
1 1
1: Business Card of Bogdan V. Ostrovsky
Undated
1 1
2: Handout from Unterlinden Museum in Colmer, France
Undated
1 1
3: Ukrainian Easter Greeting Card
Undated
1 1
4: Ukrainian Address for Bookplate Design
Undated
1 1
5: Ukrainian Bookplate Design
Undated
1 1
6: Ukrainian Programme "Cradle for Peace"
1992 May 19
1 1
7: Itinerary for Chernivtsi, Ukraine
Undated
1 1
8: Letter to Anotoly Kuglesha
Undated
1 1
9: Itinerary for Kiev, Ukraine
Undated
1 1
10: Programme for Kiev, Ukraine
Undated
1 1
11: Travel Communication
Undated
1 1
12: Programme for Chernivtsi, Ukraine
Undated
1 2
1: Industrial Workers of the World Label Sticker
1990
1 2
2: Industrial Workers of the World Label, Preamble
1990
1 2
3: Joe Hill, A Commemoration: We will never forget, Program
1990
1 2
4: Joe Hill, A Commemoration, Press Clippings
1990
1 2
5: Joe Hill, Letters of the Time, Compilation
1990
1 2
6: Joe Hill Concert Committee Report
1990
1 2
7: Letter from Joe Glazer
1990
1 2
8: Letter from Brian Barnard
1990
1 2
9: Report, July 30, 1990 in Sugar House Park
1990
1 2
10: List of Addresses
1990
1 2
11: Press Release
1990
1 2
12: Preliminary Publicity Budget
1990
1 2
13: Flier
1990
1 2
14: Newspaper Press Release
1990
1 2
15: Letter from Andrew Westley
1990
1 2
16: Flier II
1990
1 2
17: Information Sheet
1990
1 2
18: Letter from Brian Barnard to Earl Robinson
1990
1 2
19: Air Travel Schedule
1990
1 2
20: Budget Draft
1990
1 2
21: List of Visiting Artists
1990
1 2
22: Rehearsal Calender
1990
1 2
23: The Tower Project Information Flier
1990
1 2
24: Media Release
1990
1 2
25: Letter from Benjamin Kuo to Andrew Westley
1990
1 2
26: Letter from Steve Boulay to Hal Cannon
1990
1 2
27: Letter from Jo Poglajen to Hal Cannon
1990
1 2
28: Application for use of Building
1990
1 2
29: Facsimile Transmission
1990
1 2
30: Newspaper, "Intrigue of Joe Hill, IWW Returns to Utah"
1990
1 2
31: Envelope from Joe Glazer
1990
1 3
1: Post cards created by Hal Cannon for Utah Folk Arts Counsel
1977
1 4
1: A General History of the Havasupai Indian, a term paper by Hal Cannon
1969
1 5
1: The Story of Glencree, a place where Hal Cannon recorded in Ireland
1992
1 5
2: Ireland Fieldwork Project: Glencree postcard
1992
1 5
3: Ireland Fieldwork Project: Glencree postcard II
1992
1 5
4: Ireland Fieldwork Project: Cannock Chase Glencree Reykjavik pamphlet
1992
1 5
5: Ireland Fieldwork Project: Glencree poem by Stan O'Brien
1992
1 5
6: Ireland Fieldwork Project: Mosaic Inscription in the Memorial Hall of the German War Cemetery Glencree
1992
1 5
7: Ireland Fieldwork Project: The German Cemetery of War Victims at Glencree
1992
Sub-series B: Reel-to-Reel
Box
1
1: A recording of Bert Levy and the Epping's
1977
1
2: A recordin of The Red Clay Ramblers: Live at the Cat's Cradle
1970
1
3: Wiesen playing the Fiddle (1 of 4)
1973
1
4: Wiesen playing the Fiddle (2 of 4)
Undated
1
5: Wiesen playing the Fiddle (3 of 4)
Undated
1
6: Wiesen playing Fiddle (4 of 4)
Undated
1
7: Chris Montagues Band and El Famingo Hot
Undated
1
8: David Daley playing on a radio show in Emett, Idaho
1975
1
9: Greg Ersen (dat copy SACFOLK066SubSerD-Bx01Item001)
Undated
1
10: Tommy Jerrell and Fred Cockerham
1971
Sub-series C: Cassette Tapes
Box
1
1: David Sealander playing the Accordion
1980
1
2: Orval E. Forchtman and the Snake River Outlaws
1989
1
3: Anzac Show (WWI Veterans, Veteran Day for Australia): Hal Cannon recorded "Music, Mates, and Memories" at the Bisbane Cultural Center as part of his fieldwork in Australia
Undated
1
4: Larkin and Gerald Gifford
2009
1
5: Erik Robertson
1964
1
6: Interviews with people and performances at a place called Sinka Tinny Downs in Alice Springs, Australia during a big celebration of Australian culture
1989 October 11
1
7: Interview with Bruce Simpson
1989
1
8: Interview with Slim Dusty, Alan Blunt, Tzffy Nichols
1989
1
9: Irving Campbell
1989
1
10: Opening of the Stockman Hall of Fame in Longreach, Australia
1989
1
11: Interview with Ted Egan in Sinka Tinny Downs in Alice Springs, Australia
1989
Sub-series D: VHS
Box
1
1: Ac Grag Erson (copy of reel-to-reel SACFOLK066SubSerA-Bx01Item09)
Undated
1
2: Radio Interview with Kim Cole
Undated
Sub-series E: DAT Tapes
Box
1
1: Conclusion of Horse race (1000 year old long distance horse race),
2005
1
2: Epic Poetry
2006
1
3: Folk Ensemble
2005
1
4: Folk Ensemble
2005
Sub-series K: Images, slides, contact sheets, negatives, prints
Box Folder
1 1
1: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of man by covered wagon
1998 October
1 1
2: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of three covered wagons
1998 October
1 1
3: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of truck pulling covered wagon
1998 October
1 1
4: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of sheep in a field
1998 October
1 1
5: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of sheep dog by sheep
1998 October
1 1
6: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of sign saying "seep destroy fragile local eco-systems"
1998 October
1 1
7: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of two white horses pulling covered wagon
1998 October
1 1
8: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of covered wagon
1998 October
1 1
9: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of the back of a covered wagon
1998 October
1 1
10: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of many sheep in a field
1998 October
1 1
11: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of a sheep hurd on a hill
1998 October
1 1
12: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of sheep roaming a hill
1998 October
1 1
13: Sheep Round-up in Wood River Valley, Idaho: print of sheep dog close-up
1998 October
1 2
1: Contact Sheet of photos of Burt Wilson and Hal Cannon in the Fife Folklore Archive during the opening of the Cowboy Poetry Archive Collection, Ray Lashley, Barbra Rahm
1984
1 2
1: Print photo of Archie Green and Hal Cannon during a fieldwork project
Undated
1 2
2: Print photo of Tom Carter (left), Gerry Poticous (middle), Hal Cannon(right) rafting together as friends
1984
1 2
3: Print photo of Hal Cannon receiving an award
Undated
1 3
1: Negatives of Burt Wilson and Hal Cannon in the Fife Folklore Archives during the opening of the Cowboy Poetry Archive Collection, Ray Lashley, Barbra Rahm
1984
1 3
2: Negatives of Burt Wilson and Hal Cannon in the Fife Folklore Archives during the opening of the Cowboy Poetry Archive Collection, Ray Lashley, Barbra Rahm
Undated
1 3
3: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada Fieldwork Project: Print of man
Undated
1 3
4: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada Fieldwork Project: print of man with horse
1972
1 3
5: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada Fieldwork Project: print of parents with children on shoulders
1972
1 3
6: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada Fieldwork Project: print of family
1972
1
1: Fieldwork, slides of deluxe travel with George Gund III to Australia
1972
1
2: Ukraine, slides of a folklorist at work and play
1972
1
3: Ukraine, slides of Hal Cannon's work in 1992, I
1972
1
4: Ukraine, slides of Hal Cannon's work in 1992, II
Undated
1
5: Ukraine, slides of Hal Cannon's work in 1992, III
Undated
1
6: Shumwly Music Family Snowflake, AZ
Undated
1
7: Shumwly Music Family Snowflake, AZ
Undated
1
8: Shumwly Music Family Snowflake, AZ
Undated
1
9: Australia Outback, 1987-1989
Undated
1
10: Australia Outback, 1987-1989
Undated
1
11: Australia Outback, 1987-1989
Undated
1
12: Utah Folk Art, 1976-1986
Undated
1
13: Utah Folk Art, 1976-1987
Undated
1
14: Grouse Creek Rodeo, 1985 ca.
Undated
1
15: Grouse Creek Rodeo, II, 1985 ca.
Undated
1
16: Hal Cannon building log home in Spring City, Utah in1986
Undated
1
17: Wagons and sheep camps
Undated
1
18: Utah Folk Arts Solvernan Picknic in Price, Utah in 1982
Undated
1
19: Big Loop Rodeo in Jordan Valley, OR in 1992
Undated
1
20: Henrey Real Bird and Family, Crow Agency, MT
Undated
1
21: St. Patrick's Day in Butte, MT
Undated
1
22: Nevada Ranching in Many River Ranch Deeth NV
Undated
2
Beehive Research Project (this project turned into a book by Hal Cannon)
Undated
Sub-series O: Correspondence/Postcards
Undated
Box Folder
1 1
1: Letter from Keith Mason in Australia
1995
1 1
2: Postcard from Rosemary Holt in Kiev-Pechera Lavra
1991
1 1
3: Postcard by Pete deLory from Pete deLory
1987
1 1
4: Letter/Short Story from Stephen Jardine about memories of recording music with Hal Cannon ("David")
1971
1 1
5: Transcultural Awareness Exchange Inc.: Letter from Rosemary Holt
1992
1 1
6: Transcultural Awareness Exchange Inc.: Statement of Purpose
1992
1 1
7: Transcultural Awareness Exchange Inc.: Letter from Rosemary Holt
1990
1 1
8: Transcultural Awareness Exchange Inc.: Proposal Abstract from Rosemary Holt
1990
1 1
9: Letter from unknown
1992
1 1
10: Letter to Heidi Schultz of the Public Radio International
Undated
1 1
11: Letter from Ted Egan AM
1996

Series II: Creative EndeavorsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Sub-series A: Printed Materials
Box Folder
1 1
1: "Oh Sisters," a song by Hal Cannon written for the documentary film "Living the Principle"
1974
1 1
2: Love poem by Hal Cannon
1993
1 1
3: Short fiction piece about a boy losing a gold ring by Hal Cannon
1994
1 1
4: Notebook containing poems, essay drafts, and observations by Hal Cannon
1995
1 1
5: Poem about a pigeon by Hal Cannon
1995
1 1
6: Short fiction piece by Hal Cannon about memories
1995
1 1
7: "Sorghum Moon," a poem by Hal Cannon about oil spills
1996
1 1
8: "Nude Dancers Like Stricter Law, Not Higher Fees," a Salt Lake Tribune article by Jon Ure featuring a different Hal Cannon. The original Hal Cannon was asked to contribute to this article by mistake.
2005
1 1
9: Review of Hal Cannon's album by Jerome Clark
2011
1 1
10: "3hattrio: Lords of the Desert" by June Pace, an article about Hal Cannon's band 3hattrio
2018
Sub-series B: Reel-to-Reel
Box
2
1: "Oh Swallow Me Whole" by Hal Cannon
1972
2
2: Jug Band and Old Timey
1966 June
2
3: The Order soundtrack
Undated
2
4: South Boston Virginia Fiddling
Undated
2
5: Golden Age Retrievers
1972 April 07
2
6: Living True Principles soundtrack
Undated
2
7: Bunkhouse Orchestra script
Undated
2
8: Cowboy Poets Soundtrack (Tape 2)
1986
2
9: Cowboy Poets Soundtrack
1986
2
10: Cowboy Poets Soundtrack (Tape B)
1986
2
11: Hal Cannon Compositions
Undated
2
12: Utah's Black Legacy soundtrack
Undated
2
13: Custom Film 1
Undated
2
14: Custom Film 2
Undated
2
15: Cowboy Poets Master Copy
1986
Sub-series C: Cassette Tapes
Box
1
1: Polygamy Film soundtrack for the documentary "Living the Principle"
1986
1
2: Cowboy Poets Soundtrack
1998
1
3: Fife Honor Lecture entitled "Lost in Place: Rare and Endangered Memories"
1969-1980
1
4: "Scoring the News," "When I was a kid learning how to play my instruments I would come home from school and sit in front of the tv playing along with my instruments, and I realized it was a lot more palatable when I played along. That's how I learned how
1981 November
1
5: KCRL Radio Broadcast of music from the Theed Collection of fiddle music from the old Southwest
1980
1
6: "Damn Rag," written for the "Moving a River: A Video History of the Strawberry Valley Project," but was rejected
1990
1
7: "Poetry of the Australian Outback," a collection of Australian poetry, 2 copies
Undated
1
8: Creative tape by Hall Cannon and Buck Gorman
Undated
Sub-series E: DAT Tapes
Undated
Box
1
1: Rough versions for 2011 album
2011
1
2: Chrstmas compliation for 1992, created as a gift for family and friends
1992
1
3: Christmas compliation for 1997, created as a gift for family and friends
1997
Sub-series H: Compact Discs
Box
1
1: Hal Cannon
2011
1
2: 3hattrio: Lord of the Desert
2018
1
3: 3hattrio: Live at Zion
2019
1
4: The Round-Up
1999
1
5: The Land of Milk & Honey
1974
1
6: Utah: Songs of Statehood
1996
1
7: A Secret Gifrt
2011 December 17, 2012 June
1
8: Zion Canyon Song Cycle
2008
1
9: Chicken & Egg
2010 January
Sub-series I: Mini DV
Box
1
1: Hal Cannon's CD launch concert in the State Room in Salt Lake City, pt. 1 and 2
2011 February 12
1
2: Gift Concert at Howell and Theresa, part of A Secret Gift project, Red Rock Rondo
Undated
Box
1
1: Sub-series N
Box
1
1: "One More Harvest," a documentary. Music composed by Hal Cannon.
1980
1
2: "Moving a River: A Video History of the Strawberry Valley Project," a documentary. Music composed by Hal Cannon.
1980
1
3: "Dreams Along the Little Big Horn," a documentary. Music composed by Hal Cannon.
1980
1
4: "Lime on the Diamond," a documentary on baseball. Music composed by Hal Cannon.
1997
Sub-series O: Correspondence/Postcards
Box Folder
1 1
1: Letter to Hal Cannon from Cynthia Buckingham, Executive Director of the Utah Humanities Council, inviting him to the 2002 Utah Humanities Council's Governor's Awards and the program from the Governor's Awards
2002 September 09, 2002 November 09
1 1
2: Letter to Hal Cannon from Julie Kilgore, President of the Utah Women's Alliance for Building Community, informing him that he is one of the recipients of the Community Builder's Award
2004 July 13
1 1
3: Letter to Hal Cannon from Jan Nystrom thanking him for helping with the annual fundraiser of the Entrada Institute
2002 October 21
1 1
4: Letter to Hal Cannon from Don Edwards thanking him for the John Lomax documentary
2012 September 05

Series III: Collected MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Sub-series B: Cassette Tapes
Box
1
1: Okehdoke Radio Hour, Hoyle Osbourne, Jane Voss - recorded by Hal Cannon Sept. 17, 1977
1977 September 17
1
2: Full of Faith - Happiest of New Year's to You in '92 - mix tape of various artists
1992
1
3: Voices and Places (revised)
1985
1
4: Turning the Stranger Out
1985
1
5: Songs of the Outback by Tex Morton
1975
1
6: Ian McNamara's Australia All Over
1987
1
7: Slim Dusty Family Live Across Australia with the Travelling Country Band
1986
1
8: John Williamson - Warragul
1989
1
9: John Williamson - Road Thru the Heart
1985
1
10: Ted Egan Presents The Overlanders - Faces of Australia Series (2 copies)
1984
1
11: Music of My People: Australian Aboriginal Music presented by Bob Miza featuring the Didgeridoo
1985
1
12: Malevu Entertainment Group
1985
1
13: Aboriginal Choirs of Central Australia
1985
1
14: Slim Dusty - Cattlemen from the High Plains and Other Places
1985
1
15: Maggozulu Too ‎– Dawn Of The Maggozulu
1990
1
16: Australian Christmas: A Sentimental Bloke (2 copies)
1985
1
17: Music from the BBC TV Series Bringing It All Back Home (2 Cassettes)
1991
Sub-series C: VHS
Box
1
1: Memoirs of 40 Years as a Nevada Haystacker 1950-1990
1990 August 29
Sub-series D: DVD
Box
1
1: The Music Mongers - Live on State - Jack Doheny & Geoff Mack
2005
Sub-series E: Compact Discs
Box
1
1: Blue Smoke - Recording of various artists
2000
1
2: Blue Smoke (3 discs - Series One, Series Two, Series Three)
2011
1
3: Looking Back: an audio montage of interviews recalling the ever changing folk scene in South Australia through 4 decades - Pete Tichener
2007
1
4: Geoff Mack - Mack Looks Back 2
2005
Sub-series I: Periodicals/Articles
Box Folder
1 1
1: Annie Oakley was more than 'a crack shot in petticoats' - by Damaine Vonada from Smithsonian magazine September 1990, pages 131-146
1990
1 1
2: Writers of the Purple Sage by Kevin Pearce, photographs by John Dolan from Countryside magazine, summer 1993
1993
1 2
1: The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Improbabilities: A Person Essay by Barre Toelken from Out of the Ordinary: Folklore and the Supernatural by Barbara Walker
1957
1 2
2: Gibson, the King's Evil Angel from Rascals in Paradise by James A. Michener
Undated
Sub-series K: Poetry
Box Folder
1 1
1: Middle School - Mining Town
1975
1 1
2: The Terrorist by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
3: A Primary Rejection by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
4: Skysailing by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
5: Poem for a Boy by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
6: Song for a Godson by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
7: Nice Man by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
8: Berkely and the Moon, Backwards by Buck Ramsey
1978
1 1
9: Dog Poem by Buck Ramsey
1978
1 1
10: Child of the Plains by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
11: The Father's Lament (or unnamed) by Buck Ramsey
1975
1 1
12: Hat in Hand, Approaching the Dieties
1981
1 1
13: The eleventh poem
2008
1 1
14: Complaint and Rejoinder by Denise Levertov
1996
1 1
15: Mormon Flower by A.C. Gregersen
1995
1 1
16: Black Bird (lyrics from Beatles song)
1968
1 1
17: The Scholar Gypsy by Matthew Arnold
2000
1 2
1: Gone Indian for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
2: Peek-a-Boo Waltz for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
3: Tommy Don't Go for Triple Fiddles arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
4: Prettiest Girl in the County for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
5: Between the Rivers for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
6: Maiden's Prayer for Triple Fiddles arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
7: Maiden's Prayer for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
8: Oklahoma Rag for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
9: Ranger Waltz for Fiddle Solo arrangement by Frankie McWhorter
1980
1 2
10: Times are Getting' Hard
1980
1 2
11: Song lyric sheets for: Times are Getting' Hard; Wish I Was Single Again; Sugar Baby; Dark as a Dungeon; Tumbalalaika; When I Was Single; Wild Rover; The Girl That Played Injun With Me;
1975
1 2
12: Song lyric sheets for: I Had a Mule; All Around the World; Blooie Brink; Tying Knots in the Devil's Tail; Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out; Rummy, Dummy Line; Lonesome Traveler; Mary and Marthy; A Lullaby; The Philadelphia Lawyer; Talking Atomic
1975
Sub-series L: Art
Box
1
1: The Blessed Way by Buckeye Blake
1996
Sub-series M: Ephemera, newspaper clippings, fliers, handouts, etc.
Box Folder
1 1
1: East Teens Sing Along At Hootenanny - East High School Folk Concert with Utah Valley Boys (April 27, 1964)
1964 April 29
1 1
2: Strong Visual Imagery in Student Films
1969 December 12
1 1
3: Cowboy Bards at Home on the Range: Elko is New Stomping Ground
1992 January 26
1 1
4: Hal Cannon Wins Award for Lifetime Achievement
1998 July 27
1 1
5: Cannon Receives Governor's Award
2002 November 3
1 1
6: Parody U.S. currency featuring George W. Bush
2005
1 1
7: Picture of Johnny Cash in Billboard Magazine (printout)
1998
1 1
8: Campwagons for Dummies! - a description for building a campwagon
2005

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Personal Names :
  • Cannon, Hal