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Description: Harry Dyer (b.1864), a former logger and Mississippi riverman, with Helene Statman-Thomas.
America's Best-Known Folk Hero
Description: Singer Donalda La Grandeur, left, and collector Helene Stratman-Thomas on the porch at the home of La Grandeur.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas and Dr. Charles O. Lindberg, a Swedish singer.
Description: Charles Dietz, a singer of English ballads, and song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Probably Ernest Joseph Belisle (b. 1901), a singer who recorded for Helene Stratman-Thomas. Helene is standing on the right.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas with an unidentified man and child, possibly at Winnebago (HoChunk) Indian Village.
Description: Song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas, left, and probably Mrs. Kamma Grumstrup, a singer of Danish songs, and one of her daughters (Esther or Alma Grumstru...
Description: Dr. William Reese, a Welsh tenor, and song collector Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas, right, Moody Price and three other people.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas and possibly Ernest Joseph Belisle.
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas and members of the Yuba band, many of whom had played together for forty years: Otto and Wincil Stanek, clarinet; George McGilvery a...
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas, possibly at the home of Donalda La Grandeur, a singer of French-Canadian songs who recorded for Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Iva Rindlisbacher (left), Helene Stratman-Thomas, and Lois Rindlisbacher at the Swiss bells. The bells stand was built by Otto Rindlisbacher, Iva's husband...
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