III. Manuscript Materials. UW-Madison Folklore Program. Wisconsin Folk Museum Records. Swiss-American Music Project Files

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There are three folders at the UW-Madison Folklore Program. The first, the official NEA grant file, contains original NEA grant proposals, a copy of the final report to NEA, official grant correspondence from and to NEA and UW-Madison, as well as handwritten budget accounting notes. A second contains invoices, correspondence, the audiocassette insert, and handwritten notes detailing the production of Swissconsin. A third file for Yodeling in Dairyland contains invoices, newspaper clippings, and a listing of Swiss photographs, a description of the photographs and an indication of who provided them, and a copy of the publication. Negatives and contact sheets in Folklore Program custody were made primarily in Monroe and New Glarus and are images of buildings, dancing, people in ethnic dress, and historical photographs.
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Wisconsin Folklife Center (creator)
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English (Languages)
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Wisconsin Folklife Center (creator)
Two women and a man in Swiss traditional dress, with a large wheel of Swiss cheese, Monroe, Wisconsin. Copy photograph by Lewis Koch, 1988.