Collected by Mary C. Parler Booth Campbell & Mary C. Parler
Transcribed by James Lee October, 1954
Reel 234, Item 2
MCP: Is that one you learned from one of those sheets?
BC: I learned that from my mother.
MCP: Oh, you learned that from your mother; that's a beautiful
BC: That's "The Indian Hunter;" I've never seen it--there was
an old lady here that— she was with her daughter and son-in-
law— she died since they went to Washington; she had
two folios— guitar folios— one of them was a magnificent
folio; I would have given, oh I don't know what for it--
anything reasonable for a poor man, but that daughter--
they got pretty hard up before they got a government job—
they married in Washington during the first world war, and
they packed that stuff— they had a lot of stuff— and it
rotted down here--there were beds and mattresses and
everything. They haven't been— they've sent me a Christmas
card but never have sent me an address; I've got three of
their guns here in my house.
MCP? And she had that guitar—
BC: They had that "Indian Hunter," music and all, the only
time I ever saw it in print. I remember the title— Sept
Winters made it— Sept Winters guitar folio.. It had
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