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MS 050 - Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads Archives

Identifier: MS 050
Abstract The Buffalo Bill Historical Center established its Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads program in 1982 as an annual gathering of performers, students and scholars of western music.  Its purpose was to encourage and enable participants to share songs, musical styles and techniques, and information; to encourage public performance by traditional cowboy singers and musicians; to provide a basis for field research leading to the discovery of traditional cowboy music; and to promote public awareness...
Dates: Created: 1982-2009

MS 362 - Allan Skinner Collection of Cowboy Songs & Range Ballads

 Collection — Box: SCOSS1
Identifier: MS 362
Dates: Other: Dummy Date

MS 366 - Don Champlin Collection of Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads

Identifier: MS 366
Dates: Other: Dummy Date

MS 403 - Borelson Music Collection

Identifier: MS 403
Dates: Other: Dummy Date

MS 520 - Kenosha Public Museum Collection

 Collection — Box: MS520.01
Identifier: MS 520

Transfer from the Kenosha Public Museum. Includes artifacts not present at McCracken.

Dates: Created: 1930-1979; Other: Date acquired: 12/19/2017

MS 575 - Michael Masterson Collection, Smoothing the Sounds of the Frontier

 Collection — Box: MS575.01
Identifier: MS 575

Manuscript written about the importance of music to the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show and correspondence with The University of New Mexico Press on the possibility of publication after revision.

Dates: Other: Date acquired: 05/24/1994