This archival recording focuses on remastered 78’s made by Victor Recording Company artists in the 1920s and 1930s.
The list of selected staff publications may be searched by keyword or author and can be sorted by year.
The legacy of American songwriters is traced through this recording series with individual volumes devoted to Harold Arlen, Irving Berlin, Hoagy Carmichael, Cy Coleman, Duke Ellington, Dorothy Fields, George Gershwin, Oscar Hammerstein II, E. Y. Harburg, Jerome Kern, Alan Jay Lerner, Frank Loesser, Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, Andy Razaf, Arthur Schwartz, Jule Styne, James Van Heusen, Fats Waller, Harry Warren, Kurt Weill, Richard Whiting, Alec Wilder, Vincent Youmans.
Cole Porter’s work for the international musical stage and screen is chronicled in 84 archival recordings and textual annotation.
An anthology of this distinctly national art form includes 110 selected archival recordings of classic popular songs and textual annotations.
Collecting artifacts with special emphasis on the urgical, cardiology, anesthesiology, endoscopy, and bionics collection.
Report on the adoption of the National Library of Medicine's Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), to medical artifacts.
Report on the condition of objects on long-term display in Julia Child's Kitchen at the National Museum of American History. Curatorial and conservation issues are discussed.
Using interviews and archival sources, this essay examines the rural South's impact on the origins of rock 'n' roll music. It was the presidential address for the Agricultural History Society, 1994.
Based on legal and archival sources, this lecture analyzed the importance of federal programs in reshaping rural life and perpetuating racism in commodity programs. This essay was the Commonwealth Fund Lecture for 1992, University College London.
Focusing on three commodities, the book traces the impact of government programs and mechanization in transforming rural life over a century. The book won the Charles S. Sydnor Prize from the Southern Historical Association and the Herbert Feis Award from the American Historical Association.
This is an overview of the U.S. South that focuses on missed opportunities to reform rural life and face the problem of racism. It also discusses rock 'n' roll music and stock car racing. It won the Elliott Rudwick Prize from the Organization of American Historians.
This book analyzes the impact of snythetic chemicals (pesticides) on human health and on birds, fish, wildlife, and domestic animals. This book was the basis of the 2004 Walter Lynwood Fleming Lectures at Louisiana State University.
A richly illustrated companion book to the America on the Move exhibition that explores transportation and American history from 1800 to 2000.
Presents a broad view of those who contributed to the state’s heritage.
A discussion of trade issues between China and America in the early 19th century.
An article that explores the use of American manifest records to record the history of trade with China.