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Subjects - A  
Adams, Frank O'B., Bembridge, IoW, informant5.5 (1985) 516.3 (1986) 16
Adams, R. C., Isle of Wight & Kent, collector6.3 (1986) 16
Adnams, Bill, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Alderley Park – see Nether Alderley, Che, 
Allen, Arthur, Tutbury Sta, informant2.5 (1982) 30
Altoft, George, Messingham Lin, performer 18813.6 (1983) 41
Amendment to Cawte on Carpenter MSS1.1 (1980) 5
Amendment to ERD 1.1 (1980) 5 1.5 (1981) 23-6
2.2 (1982) 9-16 2.5 (1982) 33
5.2 (1985) 9-22 5.5 (1985) 44
Amendment to Folk Review 19761.1 (1980) 5
Amendment to Folk Review 19782.3 (1982) 18
Amendment to Roomer 1.3 (1981) 20 2.2 (1982) 9
4.1 (1984) 10 4.3 (1984) 25
5.2 (1985) 9 6.3 (1986) 16
Animal disguise, Blackwood Mnm, assaulted and killed offenders 18342.1 (1982) 4-5
Animal disguise, Nantyglo Mnm, assaulted offenders 18322.1 (1982) 4-5
Animal disguise, Pontypool Mnm, assaulted offenders 1830s2.1 (1982) 4-5
Archer, Fred, Tutbury Sta, writer2.5 (1982) 30-1
Attrill, George, Fittleworth Sus, informant6.3 (1986) 17

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Subjects - B  
B.B.C. Written Archives Centre, Caversham Park, near Reading7.1 (1988) 2-97.4 (1990) 58-66
Bailey, Aubrey, Tutbury Sta, writer & informant2.5 (1982) 30-2
Barber, Alec, Nether Alderley Che, performer2.5 (1982) 26
Barrett, Ern, Weston Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18
Barrett, Ernie, Lambourn Brk, Py/, conflicting evidence on existence3.1 (1983) 3
Bathe, David, researcher, address1.5 (1981) 28
Batson, Mrs Hilda, recorder of plays3.1 (1983) 1,
Benfield, Tom, Chipping Campden Glo, performer7.2 (1989) 248.1 (1991) 10-12
Bennett, Ern, in Folk Review (1978) 9-13, should be Ern Barrett2.3 (1982) 18
Betts, George, senior, Chadlington Oxf, performer6.5 (1986) 40
Betts, George, junior, Chadlington Oxf, informant6.5 (1986) 40
Birch,Ben,WestonBrk,performer2.3(1982)18
Blake, Charlie, Chipping Campden Glo, performer4.6 (1984) 53
Bloxham, Christine, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Bond, Frank, North Waltham Ham, performer1.3 (1981) 191.6 (1981) 31
Bosley, Bob, Beedon Brk, informant, Bi before 18933.1 (1983) 1
Boyd, Major A. W., of Frandley House, Sevenoaks, Cheshire7.1 (1988) 2-9
Bridson, D. G., B.B.C. director7.1 (1988) 3
British Institute of Recorded Sound, 1983 became National Sound Archive3.3 (1983) 16
British Theatre Institute, publications5.4 (1985) 31   
Broomhead, Duncan, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Brotheridge, Charles, Chipping Campden Glo, performer8.1 (1991) 12
Brotherridge, Henry, Chipping Campden Glo, performer8.1 (1991) 11
Brown, Bert, Boxford Brk, performer3.1 (1983) 1
Brown, Roly, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Buckland, Ernest, Chipping Campden Glo, performer8.1 (1991) 11
Bunting, James, Sherborne Glo, performer6.2 (1986) 12
Bunting, Thomas, Sherborne Glo, performer Bi c.18606.2 (1986) 12
Bunting, William, Sherborne Glo, performer6.2 (1986) 12
Burton, Muriel, B.B.C. publicity officer7.1 (1988) 4
Bush, Bill, Chilton Foliat Wil, performer3.1 (1983) 2
Butcher, Mrs K., Preston Candover Ham, informant1.3 (1981) 13
Butler, Billy, Boxford Brk, performer3.1 (1983) 1
Butler, John, Willingham Lin, ploughing performer3.6 (1983) 42

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Subjects - C  
Calendar Customs, Conference 19842.6 (1982) 48
Calendar Customs, Russia, film5.4 (1985) 315.5 (1985) 52
Calusari, Romania, 1935 photos in Morris Ring archive1.6 (1981) 37
Camp Skits, Goshen, IN, area4.2 (1984) 11-23
Campbell, Sir Colin, in a Folk Play, origin of his appearance5.3 (1985) 30
Carpenter, James Madison, his work and archive3.2 (1983) 10
Cawte, Christopher, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Champion, Jack, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Chapbook, Alexander and the King of Egypt (Newcastle: 1788)2.5 (1982) 28
Chapbook, The Four Champions, of Great Britain... (London: Roberts)4.5 (1984) 52
Chapbook, The Mummers' Act: or, Morris Dancers' Annual Play of St George2.2 (1982) 15
Chapbook, The New Christmas Rhyme Book, reprinted (Elstree: A. & P. Stockham), 1.5 (1981) 30
Chapbook, The Peace Egg, or St George, An Easter Play (Edwards & Bryning)2.6 (1982) 46
Chapbook, Walker's New Mummer, or the Wassail Cup, (London: Walker)3.6 (1983) 48
Chivers, Dick, Preston Candover Ham, performer1.3 (1980) 13
Christmas Customs, animal and bird, {questionnaire}2.1 (1982) 3-4
Claridge, Michael, Compton area Brk, family memory of play3.1 (1983) 2
Coakes, Miss G.M., Preston Candover Ham, informant1.3 (1981) 13, 14, 19
Computer Program, for plotting play structure2.4 (1982) 25-6
Cook, Harry, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Cooper, Harold junior, Chadlington Oxf, informant6.5 (1986) 40
Cooper, Harold, senior, Chadlington Oxf, performer6.5 (1986) 40
Cooper, Hubert, Chadlington Oxf, performer6.5 (1986) 40
Copyright, in B.B.C. recorded material7.1 (1988) 8
Copyright, in photographs4.4 (1984) 38
Coussmaker, Rev. John Octavius, Hamstall Ridware Sta, recorder of play3.2 (1983) 7
Crampton, George Henry, Messingham Lin, performer 18813.6 (1983) 41
Crook, Bill, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 43, 50

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Subjects - D  
Denton, William, Chilton Foliat Wil, performer3.1 (1983) 2
Dialect & voice, Marshfield Py/ Glo1.2 (1980) 11
Disguise, Agersø, Epiphany3.3 (1983) 13
Disguise, face, {questionnaire}2.1 (1982) 3
Disguised visitors, Tilting, Fogo, Newfoundland, up to 19767.2 (1989) 17-207.3 (1989) 34-8
Disguised visitors, Urnasch, east Switzerland6.3 (1986) 17
Disguised visitors, Winter House Brook, Newfoundland, mummers 19028.1 (1991) 1-3
Dix, Perce, Chadlington Oxf, performer6.5 (1986) 40
Douce, Francis, antiquarian, 1757-18342.5 (1982) 23, 25
Down by the Greenwood Side, Harrison Birtwistle, includes Py/ characters1.6 (1981) 36
Dragon, in traditional plays 3.4 (1983) 21-4 4.5 (1984) 43-4, 49-50
4.6 (1984) 61-4 6.5 (1986) 39
Drama, traditional, range of study should be widened3.1 (1983) 5

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Subjects - E  
Elecampaine grown, Bishop's Cannings Wil7.4 (1990) 68
Ellis, Don, Chipping Campden Glo, informant8.1 (1991) 10-12
Everett, William, Lichfield Sta, collector & his MSS1.1 (1980) 5

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Subjects - F  
Face disguises, {questionnaire}2.1 (1982) 3
Farman, Fred, Chipping Campden Glo, performer7.2 (1989) 24
Feast, Bellerby YoN, photos in Morris Ring archive1.6 (1981) 37
Fieldwork in folklore, day course, 19832.6 (1982) 44
Fisher, Daniel, Weston Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18-193.1 (1983) 3
Fletcher, John, Letters in The Observer2.4 (1982) 23-54.1 (1984) 9
Flitter, Bill ‘Happy’, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Folk Drama as a science4.5 (1984) 41-51
Folk Drama, origin of the term, seems coined c.18914.5 (1984) 41, 48, 51
Folk Dramas, Afro-American, named6.6 (1986) 46-55
Folk Play, indexing workshop 1.2 (1980) 11 1.3 (1981) 20
2.3 (1982) 20
Folklore Award, Katharine Briggs {memorial}4.1 (1984) 10
Folklore Society, annual essay prize3.4 (1983) 30
Folklore Society, publications, (advertisement)3.1 (1983) 6
Folklore Society, research grants2.6 (1982) 513.2 (1983) 9
Fools, historical study2.6 (1982) 45
Fowler, Henry, West Halton Lin, performer 1887, died in snow3.6 (1983) 42
Frightened to death (child), probably Exmouth area Dev, boy in mask, 18504.3 (1984) 30

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Subjects - G  
Glew, Fred, West Marden Sus, informant7.1 (1988) 9
Gourlay, Kit, Hampstead Norreys Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Greenall, George (sen.), Chipping Campden Glo, performer 4.6 (1984) 53 7.2 (1989) 24
8.1 (1991) 10-11
Greenall, George Richard (jr), Chipping Campden Glo, performer, (obituary)4.6 (1984) 53-4
Greene, Joe, Tilting, Newfoundland, informant7.2 (1989) 17
Griffin, George ‘Ninety’, Chipping Campden Glo, performer8.1 (1991) 11
Grose, Francis, F.S.A., c.1731-17912.5 (1982) 25-6
Guisards, Morebattle Rox4.1 (1984) 3
Guisers, Borrowash Der, c.19105.1 (1985) 6

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Subjects - H  
Harle, William, Chilton Foliat Wil, performer3.1 (1983) 2
Harlow, Jimmy, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31-2
Harlow, Wosser, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Harris, Sue, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Hawkins, Mrs, née Looker, Chilton Foliat Wil, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Haywood, Brian, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Healey, Ed, Tilting, Newfoundland, informant7.2 (1989) 17
Heaven Bound, Afro-American Folk Drama6.6 (1986) 48
Helm, Alex, collection, filmed & indexed5.6 (1985) 53-61
Herbert, Aubrey, B.B.C. producer7.1 (1988) 3
Herbert, Harry, Weston Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18
Hobby horse, Girton Cam, graffito6.2 (1986) 7-8
Hobby horse, miniature, c.15006.2 (1986) 7-8
Hobby horse, Shillington Bed, graffito6.2 (1986) 7-8
Hobby horse, Wallington Hrt, graffito6.2 (1986) 7-8
Hodge, David, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 50
Hooper, Albert, Sherborne Glo, performer, Bi c.18446.2 (1986) 12
Hopkins, Bill, Preston Candover Ham, performer1.3 (1981) 13, 14, 19
Houghton, James, Willingham Lin, ploughing performer3.6 (1983) 42
House visit, Fortune Bay Newfoundland, mummers, janneys6.5 (1986) 43
House visit, Newfoundland (unidentified), mummers, janneys6.5 (1986) 41-2
House visit, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, mummers, janneys6.5 (1986) 43
House visit, St Mary's Bay Newfoundland, mummers, janneys6.5 (1986) 43
Hudson, James, Willingham Lin, ploughing performer3.6 (1983) 42
Hunt, Albert, Weston Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18
Huntley, Joe, Boxford Brk, performer3.1 (1983) 1
Huntley, Leon, Boxford Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 1

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Subjects - I  
In the Rapture, Afro-American Folk Drama6.6 (1986) 48
International Society for the Study of Medieval Theatre6.4 (1986) 337.1 (1988) 13
Ireland, Samuel, collector, died 18002.5 (1982) 23, 25
Isherwood, Wilfred, Antrobus Che, performer7.1 (1988) 6

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Subjects - J  
Jack in the Green, Hertford (probably) Hrt, seen at Hadham (Herts), 2.4 (1982) 24
Jack in the Green, Rochester Ken, May Day to 1890 or later5.5 (1985) 42
Jackson, George, Messingham Lin, performer 18813.6 (1983) 41
Janneying 6.5 (1986) 42-3 7.2 (1989) 17-20
7.3 (1989) 34-8
Johnson, Boxer, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Johnson, Harry, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Johnson, Mrs Mary, Tutbury Sta, informant2.5 (1982) 30, 32
Jones, Idwal, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Journals, search request, for note of those examined1.3 (1981) 22

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Subjects - K  
Keeley, Harry, Chipping Campden Glo, performer7.2 (1989) 248.1 (1991) 12
Kemp, Bob, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 50
Kemp, Jumbo, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 50
Kennedy, Peter, B.B.C. recorder7.1 (1988) 5-6
King Games and Robin Hood, Kingston upon Hull YoE6.4 (1986) 33
Kitchen, Joss, Chadlington Oxf, performer6.5 (1986) 40
Knowles, Douglas, Milton Regis Ken, informant5.5 (1985) 42-3, 48
KWIC concordance (only plays from sources new to ERD listed here) 3.5 (1983) 31-40
KWIC concordance of British play texts, amendments4.1 (1984) 10

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Subjects - L  
Large, Daniel, Sherborne Glo, performer6.2 (1986) 12
Linton, David, Willingham Lin, ploughing performer3.6 (1983) 42
Lloyd, A. L., Memorial Conference, 19843.4 (1983) 27-8
Locke, Chris, Brockhampton Glo, performer4.6 (1984) 53-4
Looker, Charlie, Weston Brk, performer & informant2.3 (1982) 18 3.1 (1983) 3
Looker, John, Chilton Foliat Wil, performer3.1 (1983) 2

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Subjects - M  
Marionette exhibition, Kingston upon Hull YoE, 5.6 (1985) 62
Marionettes, London, with organ grinders6.1 (1986) 4-5
Marrett, Robert Ranulph, 1866-19437.3 (1989) 43
Maskell, Louie, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Mayor, local, Newbury Brk, elected for Northcroft Lane3.1 (1983) 3
Millington, Peter, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Minnesota, Sword Dance and Mumming Ale3.2 (1983) 115.5 (1985) 41
Morris, Chipping Campden Glo, fl. 18967.2 (1989) 248.1 (1991) 11
Morris, Lichfield Sta, missing Everett MSS1.1 (1980) 5
Morris dancers, Drury Lane Lon, on stage December 18333.4 (1983) 22
Morris dancers, Messingham Lin, in 18813.6 (1983) 41
Morton, Tommy, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Mumers, Sherborne Glo, 1791-986.2 (1986) 12
Mummer's Parade, Philadelphia2.4 (1982) 28
Mummer's play, Cold Ash Brk6.3 (1986) 17
Mummering, {questionnaire}2.1 (1982) 2
Mummers, Agersø, Denmark1.1 (1980) 5
Mummers, Andover Ham, 1949, photographs1.1 (1980) 5
Mummers, Chithurst Sus1.3 (1981) 19
Mummers, Compton Brk, no memory of them in 19833.1 (1983) 2
Mummers, Coventry War, photos in Morris Ring archive1.6 (1981) 37
Mummers, Kingsclere Ham, carol1.3 (1981) 19
Mummers, Leeds YoW, 31 Dec. 17131.5 (1981) 27
Mummers, Longparish Ham1.3 (1981) 19
Mummers, Melksham Wil, Christmas 1863 & 18651.1 (1980) 1-2
Mummers, Newbury Brk3.1 (1983) 3
Mummers, North Waltham Ham1.3 (1981) 13, 19
Mummers, Philadelphia PA, 19-20 C., 1840s1.2 (1980) 10
Mummers, Revesby Lin, photos in Morris Ring archive1.6 (1981) 37
Mummers, South Wraxhall Wil, Christmas 1863 & 18651.1 (1980) 1-2
Mummers, Sweden, 13 Dec., Lucia Day2.4 (1982) 28
Mummers, Syston Lec, Plough Monday 18181.2 (1980) 8
Mummers, Vernham Dean Ham1.3 (1981) 19
Mummers, Wexford Co., photos in Morris Ring archive1.6 (1981) 37
Mummers, Yattendon Brk, late 19 C.3.1 (1983) 3
Mummers Seminar, Keymer, Sussex, 19843.4 (1983) 29
Mummers Seminar, October 19855.4 (1985) 39
Mummers, revival, value of their amended texts6.3 (1986) 16-17
Mumming play, Bolsover Der, Christmas 19215.1 (1985) 6
Mundy, Rex, Boxford & Weston Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 1, 3
Murlin, George, Willingham Lin, ploughing performer3.6 (1983) 42
Mystery cycle, York YoN6.4 (1986) 33

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Subjects - N  
National Sound Archive, information available on directory of recorded sound resources,5.3 (1985) 24
National Sound Archive, part of British Library, once British Institute of Recorded Sound,3.3 (1983) 16

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Subjects - O  
Observer, mummers, nine letters 1930 & 19362.4 (1982) 23-5
Old Ship of Zion, Afro-American Folk Drama6.6 (1986) 46-53 passim
Organ grinders, London Lon, with marionettes6.1 (1986) 4-5

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Subjects - P  
Perris, Fred, Weston Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18
Pettitt, Tom, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Photographs, copyright in4.4 (1984) 38
Photographs, sources for tracing4.4 (1984) 35-8
Photographs, to be traced, Steve Roud1.1 (1980) 5
Piggott, Stuart, letter (1984), about his play collection5.5 (1985) 52
Pitts, Thomas, Sherborne Glo, performer Bi c.18556.2 (1986) 12
Play, Antrobus Che, broadcast 1946, 19577.4 (1990) 63
Play, Beedon Brk, no memory c.1900 onward3.1 (1983) 1
Play, Burghclere Ham, R. J. E. Tiddy awaiting text 19137.3 (1989) 41, 43
Play, Crowhurst Sus, broadcast 19317.4 (1990) 61
Play, Darlington Dur, broadcast 19677.4 (1990) 65
Play, {Daylesford} Glo, broadcast 1936, 1963, 19707.4 (1990) 62, 64, 66
Play, Dorchester Dor, broadcast 1937, repeated 19767.4 (1990) 62, 66
Play, Drumintee (Drumintree in text) Arm, broadcast 19647.4 (1990) 64
Play, Evershot Dor, broadcast 19377.4 (1990) 62
Play, Eynsham Oxf, R. J. E. Tiddy awaiting text 19137.3 (1989) 41
Play, Great Malvern Wor, broadcast 24 Dec. 19467.1 (1988) 87.4 (1990) 63
Play, Headington Oxf, R. J. E. Tiddy awaiting text 19137.3 (1989) 41
Play, Lancing Sus, R. J. E. Tiddy awaiting text 19137.3 (1989) 41, 43
Play, Leafield Oxf, R. J. E. Tiddy recorded text7.3 (1989) 41, 43
Play, Runcorn Che, mummers7.4 (1990) 56
Play, Snowhill Glo2.6 (1982) 45
Play, Stanstead Suf, broadcast 1958 by children7.4 (1990) 63
Play, Symondsbury Dor, broadcast 19867.4 (1990) 66
Play, Tilting, Newfoundland, Mummers, Christmas1.6 (1981) 39
Play, Waterley Bottom Glo, broadcast 19727.4 (1990) 66
Play, Widnes Lac, mummers (Widness in text)7.4 (1990) 56
Play, Worthen Shr, broadcast 1935, 19377.4 (1990) 62
Play classification, M. W. Barley2.1 (1982) 5-7
Play classification, P. T. Millington2.1 (1982) 5-7
Play of the Three Kings, Denmark, seasonal visitors3.3 (1983) 13
Play of the Three Kings, Falkenberg, Sweden3.3 (1983) 16
Play of the Three Kings, Falster, Denmark, Epiphany 18683.3 (1983) 13
Play of the Three Kings, Jutland (North), Epiphany or the Eve3.3 (1983) 13
Play of the Three Kings, Lolland, Denmark, Epiphany 16423.3 (1983) 13
Play of the Three Kings, Maribo, Falster Island, Epiphany3.3 (1983) 14
Play of the Three Kings, Nykøbing, Falster Island3.3 (1983) 15
Play of the Three Kings, Sjaelland, Denmark, Epiphany3.3 (1983) 13
Play rehearsal, characters similar to Py/2.3 (1982) 20-1
Play structure shown by graphs1.2 (1980) 8-10
Play structure plotted by computer program2.4 (1982) 25-6
Play with dragon, Acomb YoW4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon, Kent 4.6 (1984) 61, 64
Play with dragon, Revesby Lin4.6 (1984) 61
Play with dragon, Stand Lac4.6 (1984) 61, 64
Play with dragon, Thame Oxf, 4.6 (1984) 61
Play with dragon, Worthen Shr, 6.5 (1986) 39
Play with dragon text, Ashburton Dev4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon text, Bovey Tracey Dev4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon text, Burford Oxf4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon text, Cornwall 4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon text, Croxleygreen Hrt4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon text, Frensham Sur4.6 (1984) 61, 63
Play with dragon text, Minehead Som4.6 (1984) 61, 64
Play with dragon text, Stockton Wil4.6 (1984) 61-2, 64
Play with dragon text, Stoney Cross Ham4.6 (1984) 61, 64
Play with dragon text, Swallowfield Brk4.6 (1984) 61-2, 64
Play with dragon text, West Drayton Mdx4.6 (1984) 61-64
Play with dragon text, Weston Subedge Glo4.6 (1984) 61, 64
Play, guise dancers, Madron Crn, broadcast 19377.4 (1990) 62-3
Play, paper boys, Marshfield Glo, broadcast 1937, '62, '65, '677.4 (1990) 62, 64-5
Plays, Cornwall, broadcast 19367.4 (1990) 62
Plays, do players keep the money?2.6 (1982) 43-4
Plays, list of BBC broadcasts7.1 (1988) 2-87.4 (1990) 58-66
Plays, record people, as well as places2.3 (1982) 17-18
Plays, Shadow4.2 (1984) 13, 156.4 (1986) 23-32
Plays, traditional or revival?2.6 (1982) 41-4
Plays, unlocated, in unpublished doctoral dissertation7.4 (1990) 56
Plays of St George & Dragon, on stage, 1686 onward3.4 (1983) 21-3
Plays, some with swords, Munich area, list of fifty4.1 (1984) 5-6
Plough Boys, Cropwell Bishop Not, cartoon 19397.3 (1989) 45
Plough Bullocks, Leicestershire, Plough Monday1.2 (1980) 7-8
Plough Dragging, Agersø, New Year or Shrovetide3.3 (1983) 13
Plough jagging, West Halton Lin, 3 days before Plough Monday3.6 (1983) 42-3
Plough-trailing play, Als, Denmark3.3 (1983) 15
Ploughing, Willingham Lin, on Plough Monday {but error in date}3.6 (1983) 42
Plunkett, Mervyn, collector 5.5 (1985) 47 6.1 (1986) 4
7.1 (1988) 9-13
Pocock, Roy, Boxford Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 1
Preston, Mike, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Prince, Alf, Weston Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18
Print, Henry, Yattendon Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 3
Publicity for one team may inhibit others7.1 (1988) 77.2 (1989) 25-6

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Subjects - Q  
Quack doctors’ boasts, & c. 5.1 (1985) 1-2 5.3 (1985) 29
7.2 (1989) 27-8

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Subjects - R  
Rawson, George, Willingham Lin, ploughing performer3.6 (1983) 42
Richardson, John William, Messingham Lin, performer 18813.6 (1983) 41
Robinson, Albert Henry, West Halton Lin, performer 18873.6 (1983) 42
Rock, James, Hastings Sus, informant6.1 (1986) 3
Rolfe, Bill "Baggy", Chilton Foliat Wil, performer3.1 (1983) 2
Roud, Steve, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Rouse, John, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Rouse, Joyce, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Rouse, Ted, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Rowe, Doc, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28

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Subjects - S  
Salt, Denis, collector1.1 (1980) 5
Saunders, Thomas, Sherborne Glo, performer6.2 (1986) 12
Schofield, Derek, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Shadow plays6.4 (1986) 23-32
Sharp, Cecil J., had first claim on time of R. J. E. Tiddy7.3 (1989) 41
Sharp, R. J., manuscript repositories4.1 (1984) 9
Slocombe, Marie, B.B.C. librarian7.1 (1988) 5
Smith, Jack, Chaddleworth Brk, performer2.3 (1982) 18-19
Smith, Paul, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Stears, Joe, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 50
Steve'y {sic}, George, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 50
Stevens, Clive, Newbury Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 3
Stone, Mrs, Hastings Sus, informant6.1 (1986) 3
Stringer, Henry, Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31
Survey of English Folklore, U.C.L. Questionnaire 13, folk (mummers') plays4.6 (1984) 57-8
Survey of English Folklore, U.C.L. Questionnaire 14, hobby-horses 4.6 (1984) 59-60
Swift, Eric, manuscripts4.1 (1984) 9

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Subjects - T  
Tarrant, Fred, Chaddleworth & Chieveley Brk, performer & informant 2.3 (1982) 18-19 3.1 (1983) 2-3
Taylor, Ivy, Hermitage Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Text, from a non-specialist writer needs a critical eye5.3 (1985) 24
Text, from any writer needs a critical eye5.4 (1985) 40
Theatre Museum, opened 19876.6 (1986) 56-7
Tiddy, R. J. E., letters 19137.3 (1989) 40-3
     C. J. Sharp had first claim on his time7.3 (1989) 41
Tindall, John, Messingham Lin, performer 18813.6 (1983) 41
Tipteers, possible origin for name6.6 (1986) 57-8
Townsend, Gerry, Lambourn Brk, Py/, conflicting evidence on existence3.1 (1983) 3
Tradition, should it be called ‘folk’?3.1 (1983) 5
Traditional Drama, CECTAL Research Guide, request for ideas2.3 (1982) 22
Traditional Drama, Conference, 19801.2 (1980) 12
Traditional Drama, Conference, 1981 1.1 (1980) 3 1.5 (1981) 29
1.6 (1981) 39-40
Traditional Drama, Conference, 1982 2.1 (1982) 8 2.2 (1982) 16
2.3 (1982) 20 2.6 (1982) 45-6
Traditional Drama, Conference, 19832.6 (1982) 47-83.3 (1983) 17-18
Traditional Drama, Conference, 19843.6 (1983) 474.1 (1984) 3
Traditional Drama, Conference, 19854.4 (1984) 345.4 (1985) 37-8
Traditional Drama, Conference, 19866.1 (1986) 6
Traditional Drama, Conference, proposed 19897.1 (1988) 17.2 (1989) 22
Traditional Drama Research Group2.1 (1982) 12.6 (1982) 46, 49-50
Traditional Drama Research Group, county indexes 1.5 (1981) 29 2.1 (1982) 1
3.4 (1983) 25 4.4 (1984) 32-3, 39-40
4.6 (1984) 55 6.3 (1986) 22
Traditional Drama Research Group, meetings 1.5 (1981) 29 3.4 (1983) 25-6
4.4 (1984) 32-3 4.6 (1984) 55-6
Traditional Drama Research Group, publications4.4 (1984) 396.6 (1986) 59
Traditional Drama Research Group, research guides 3.2 (1983) 12, 12a-b 4.1 (1984) 7-9
4.4 (1984) 34-40 5.1 (1985) 3-6, 8
5.3 (1985) 29
Traditional Drama Research Guide, community concerts (Newfoundland Univ.), 3.6 (1983) 43-6
Traditional Drama Research Register2.6 (1982) 49-50
Tucker, Thomas, Boxford Brk, performer & informant3.1 (1983) 1
Turner, Mr J., Hamstall Ridware Sta, informant (of Walsall)3.2 (1983) 7

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Subjects - U  
Underhill, Charles H., Tutbury Sta, informant & local historian 2.5 (1982) 30
Unwin, T. Fisher, saw play at Heyshott Sus2.4 (1982) 234.1 (1984) 9

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Subjects - V  
Visits, Alkborough Lin, from West Halton3.6 (1983) 42
Visits, Boxford Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 18
Visits, Brumby Lin, from Messingham3.6 (1983) 41
Visits, Burton upon Stather Lin, from West Halton3.6 (1983) 42
Visits, Castle Hayes Park Farm Sta, from Tutbury team2.5 (1982) 32
Visits, Draycott in the Clay Sta, from Uttoxeter guisers2.5 (1982) 30
Visits, Elcot Brk, from Weston team3.1 (1983) 1
Visits, Frodingham Lin, from Messingham3.6 (1983) 41
Visits, Herriard Ham, from Preston Candover1.3 (1981) 13
Visits, Hoe Benham Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 19
Visits, Holme Lin, from Messingham3.6 (1983) 41
Visits, Marsh Benham Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 18
Visits, New Alresford Ham, from Preston Candover1.3 (1981) 13
Visits, Raventhorpe Lin, from Messingham3.6 (1983) 41
Visits, Sarsden Oxf, from Chadlington6.5 (1986) 40
Visits, Scunthorpe Lin, from Messingham3.6 (1983) 41
Visits, Shipbourne Ken, from Tonbridge7.4 (1990) 68
Visits, Steventon Ham, from Preston Candover1.3 (1981) 13
Visits, Stockcross Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 18
Visits, Welford Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 18-19
Visits, Westbrook Farm Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 18
Visits, Wickham Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 18
Visits, Wickham Heath Brk, from Weston2.3 (1982) 19
Visits, Winterton Lin, from West Halton 3.6 (1983) 42
Visits, Wootton Ham, from Preston Candover1.3 (1981) 13
Visits, Worting Ham, from Preston Candover1.3 (1981) 13

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Subjects - W  
Wheeler, Bill, Newbury Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 3
Whids, patter of quack doctors5.1 (1985) 1-2
Whitingdon, Dick, Milton Regis Ken, performer5.5 (1985) 50
Wigg, Daniel, Preston Candover Ham, singer1.3 (1981) 19
Willetts, Carl, with address, researcher1.5 (1981) 28
Winchcombe, Charlie, Chilton Foliat Wil, performer3.1 (1983) 2
Winchcombe, Sidney, Chilton Foliat Wil, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Woodage, Harold, Hampstead Norreys Brk, informant3.1 (1983) 2
Woodcock, George, Messingham Lin, performer 18813.6 (1983) 41

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Subjects - Y  
Yates, Harry (Broody), Tutbury Sta, performer2.5 (1982) 31

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