Credits

Website Administrator: Francesca Archiapatti-Smith
Developer & feature writer: Bob Moses
Editing, writing: Ellen Harold, Nathan Salsburg, Anna Lomax Wood
Profiles (Friends & Colleagues): Ellen Harold, with Peter Stone & Susan Tobin
Lead Belly & the Lomaxes feature: Ellen Harold
About Performance Style Research: Anna L. Wood
Programming consultant: Richard Smith

ACE Online Archive:

Concept: Anna L. Wood
Programmer: Steve Dunstan
Design: Maria Meyer

Collection catalog curation:

General Editor: Nathan Salsburg
Caribbean: Sean Bellavitti, John Cowley
Discussions, Lectures and Interviews: Ellen Harold
Dominican Republic & St. Eustatius: Sydney Hutchinson
England & Wales; Southern U.S; Jazz Interviews: Nathan Salsburg
Haiti: Gage Averill
Ireland: Nicholas Carolan
Italy: Goffredo Plastino
Morocco: Greg Jehle
Radio Programs; Bessie Jones; Misc. recordings: Bertram Lyons
Romania: Jacques Bouet, Speranta Radalescu
Russia & former Soviet Republics: Eduard Alekseyev, Ted Levin
Scotland, Gaelic & Highlands: Margaret Bennett
Scotland, Lowlands: Ewan McVicar
Spain: Judith Cohen
Videos and photographs: Nathan Salsburg

Teaching Resources

Patricia Campbell, Rita Klinger, Christopher Roberts, Karen Howard

GeoArchive

Implementation: Emily Conrad, Jeffrey Galusha
Programming: Kris Gale, Steve Dunstan
Design: Maria Mayer

The Global Jukebox

Direction: Anna Lomax Wood, Gideon D’Arcangelo
Programming and restoration: Richard Smith
Consulting statistical scientist: Michael M. Flory
Data visualization: Jeffrey Feddersen
Consulting ethnomusicologist: Geoffrey Clarfield
Digital archivist: Bertram Lyons
Contributor research: Bertram Lyons
Metadata editor: Nicholas Wen

Sound Engineering

Audio engineers: Matthew Barton, Marcos Sueiro Bal, Maciek Miernik
DVD transfers and authoring: John Bishop, Noah Bishop
Digital audio normalization & management: Odysseus Chairetakis
Engineering assistants: Jamie Dick, Bertram Lyons

Systems Administration and IT: Valiant NY

Photographs

All photos taken by Alan Lomax, with these exceptions: photos of Alan Lomax from the 1959 Southern U.S. field trip by Shirley Collins, courtesy of Shirley Collins; photo of Alan Lomax with camera on "Catalogs" page by Bill Ferris, courtesy of the William R. Ferris Collection, Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, courtesy of Bill Ferris; photo on top border of Alan Lomax section pages by Peter Figlestahler, courtesy of Peter Figlestahler; other photos as noted. The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is home to The Alan Lomax Collection, the original recordings and papers of Alan Lomax.

Special Thanks

Jeffrey Greenberg, Meister Seelig & Fein; Todd Harvey, American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress; Bill Nowlin, Rounder Records; Hunter College of the City University of New York.

Quilt Backgrounds

Images courtesy of Betsey Telford's Rocky Mountain Quilts Alan Lomax likened American culture to a patchwork quilt "made of the dreams and songs of all its people." He used the motif for one of his last tributes to the American people, the PBS series American Patchwork.

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