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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0010: 0012: 0013

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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0015; 0016; 0018

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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0007

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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0003; 0005; 0006

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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0013: 0015

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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0006; 0008

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Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0011: 0012: 0013

Aluminum disc

Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0018

Aluminum disc

Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

SEE TUB 0004: 0005: 0007

Aluminum disc

Tubatulabal Sound Recording n.d

National Anthropological Archives
Digital audio file produced from 1/4" open reel tape copy.

Disc Note:JPH Note

Aluminum disc

Two lectures about Korea to Smithsonian Associates, 1967 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Tape 1, Lecture to Smithsonian Associates by Eugene Knez Oct. 30, 1967, his first lecture on Korea. Tape 2, Lecture for S.I. Associates, Nov. 6, 1967, by Dr. E. Knez, his second lecture on Korea.

Under Pressure

National Air and Space Museum

Want to know what it’s like in outer space? Your best bet is under the sea. Life on a deep-space mission may be a lot like life in a deep-sea submersible, and the extreme environments found on the sea floor may give us clues as to where to look for life on other planets. In this episode, Emily, Matt, and Nick talk deep-sea diving, marine microbes, prog rock, and Emily’s favorite – ocean worlds. Guests include oceanographer and microbiologist Dr. Julie Huber of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik.

Unidentified miscellaneous songs and gabbang, circa 1965-1967 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Track information transcribed from list provided by H. Arlo Nimmo.

Update: Meet the New Voice of Season Four!

Smithsonian Institution

With our fourth season’s launch quickly approaching, take a moment to meet the new voice of Sidedoor!

Season Four of the Smithsonian's Sidedoor podcast launches on June 12, 2019. Subscribe now!

Update: Passing the Mic!

Smithsonian Institution

Our dear host Tony Cohn is leaving *Sidedoor *to travel the world, so we want to take a minute to introduce you to the new voice of the show, Haleema Shah.

Varina H. Davis portrait, Face-to-Face talk

National Portrait Gallery
Margaret Vining, National Museum of American History curator, talks about Varina H. Davis (1826-1906), first lady of the Confederacy.

Various songs and instrumental music, including some from a Quapaw Pow-wow 1960-1961 [sound recording]

National Anthropological Archives
Recorded in Mayetta, Kansas

Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

MPM tape 5 includes: Side One. 1. Flute Melodies (played and sung), by Curtis Pequano (Prairie band, Potawatomi); 2. Winnebago Love Song, by Charles Harrison; 3. Flute Melodies (played and sung), by Curtis Pequano; 4. Round Dance Songs, by Curtis Pequano; 5. Sawanoge Dance Songs; 6. Moccasin Game Songs; 7. Cherokee Dance Songs, by Bill Shawnee, Randy Carpenter (Shawnee tribe), and Sadie Weller (Caddo tribe) [recorded in Turkey Ford, Oklahoma]; 8. Oklahoma Stomp Songs, by Jack King (Oneida); 9. Quapaw pow-wow. Side Two. 1. Stomp Dance contest; 2. Quapaw pow-wow; 3. Miscellaneous Songs (love songs/dance songs), by James Wahbnosh (Prairie band, Potawatomi).

Ventureño Sound Recording

National Anthropological Archives
Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Shellac disc

Sides 1 and 2: Translating Ventureño into English.

Ventureño Sound Recording

National Anthropological Archives
Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Discs were originally housed in the National Archives as part of Record Group 106 (Records of the Smithsonian Institution, 1871-1952). On March 18, 2005, they were returned to the Smithsonian Institution as SIA Acc. 05-142 and in 2010 the records were transferred to the National Anthropological Archives and added to the J.P. Harrington Collection.

Shellac disc

Side 1: "First verse of Hiawatha in Chumash Dialect, translated by Candelaria from Spanish into Ventureno Indian dialect, written by Georgia Henley, December 15, 1912"; man translating Ventureño into English. Side 2: man translating Ventureño into English.

Ventureño Sound Recording

National Anthropological Archives
Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Shellac disc

Sides 1 and 2: Translating Ventureño into English.

Ventureño and Island Chumash Sound Recording

National Anthropological Archives
Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Shellac disc

Side 1: Man translating Ventureño into English; Side 2: Vocabulary with Santa Cruz dialect to English, given to man by Mr. Callenburg/Cowdenburg in employ of the Smithsonian Institute, to compare with Ventureño (audio speeds up throughout side)

Vernon Jordan, Living Self-Portrait

National Portrait Gallery
Interview with Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Leader
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