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Archives Of Cajun Creole Folklore

Logo variants and typographic lockups for the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore, part of the Center for Louisiana Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. "The Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore is the founding block of the Center’s archival collection, and remains the largest in our holdings. Other collections represent both a continuum of folkloric inquiry into Louisiana traditions and livelihoods and a fair representation of recorded media since the 1930s. We hold copies of Library of Congress’s Louisiana audio and video materials collected by John and Alan Lomax, the 2007 StoryCorps and other Louisiana-related recordings. Our large student collection covers a vast range of topics in the Acadiana region, conducted by UL students continuously since the 1970s. Live musical performances, on radio shows, the 30-year-plus Rendez-Vous des Cajuns, and captured on fieldwork expeditions compose a large portion of the audio and video materials."

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Archives Of Cajun Creole Folklore