Interview with Clara E. Herbert, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 1984

Title

Interview with Clara E. Herbert, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 1984

Files

Description

This file is just one interview with Clara’s husband, Kenith, holding the recorder. Cassette- No. 012_019

Notes

• [0:00-0:48]- Clara introduces herself, then talks about her mother’s poems, and ends by talking about her father being a fiddler that taught Clara folk songs such as a ballad called Chicago Theater Fire. • [0:49-3:06]-Clara sings the Chicago Theater Fire ballad. • [3:07-11:26]- Clara then tells a poem called The Fox and the Owl. • [11:27-15:13 ]- Clara then tells a poem, whose title she is unsure of, called The Parson’s Pay. She also changed the first line from “Fifty years” to “Ninety years.” • [15:14-17:22]- Clara then tells a poem called The Felon but she only knows some of verses and not all of them. • [17:23-18:38]- Clara’s husband then states that this is the first time they have used this tape so there may be some noises that may cause it a bit hard to hear. Clara’s husband then states their address. Cassette- No. 012_019

Artists and Specialties

Clara E. Herbert

Interviewer

James "Jim" W. Kimball

File Format

MP3

File Size

35.8 MB

File Length

1900-01-00

Original Format

Cassette

Unique Identifier

JKC_Song_HerbertClare_199x

Publication Date

3-23-2021

Rights

College Archives, State University of New York at Geneseo

Source

State University of New York at Geneseo

Interview with Clara E. Herbert, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 1984

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