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Primary source documents related to Robert Winslow Gordon, the first archivist of the Archive of American Folk Song (now the Archive of Folk Culture) in the Library of Congress.
Gordon was a pioneer in using mechanical means to document folk musicians. His monthly column in Adventure Magazine, "Old Songs that Men Sing," attracted attention from readers across the United States, and he received thousands of letters containing songs and queries.
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