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Titles: O'Connor - Ozark

* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller

* O'Connor, Norreys Jephson. Late offering. Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, 1952. 96pp.

   O'Malley, D.J. "Kid" (1867-1943) "After the roundup." Stock Growers' Journal. Oct. 6, 1893.

   O'Malley, D.J. "A busted cowboy's Christmas." Stock Growers' Journal. Dec. 23, 1893. Signed by Iyam B. Usted but claimed by O'Malley.

   O'Malley, D.J. "The 'D2' horse wrangler." Stock Growers' Journal. Feb. 3, 1894. Signed by R.J. Stovall but claimed by O'Malley.

   O'Malley, D.J.; White, John I. D. J. O'Malley, cowboy poet / D.J. O'Malley and John I. White. Eau Claire, WI: D. J. O'Malley, 1934.

Hot Brand California vegetables label, 1960s

"Hot Brand California Vegetables."

Guadalupe, CA: Western Packing Co., 196-.

   O'Malley, Dominick J.; White, John I. D. J. O'Malley, cowboy poet / Dominick J. O'Malley and John I. White. Edited by Michael Korn. Helena, MT: Folklife Project, 1986, c1934. 21pp.

   O'Neal, Waldo L. Original cowboy songs / Waldo L. O'Neal. Clovis, NM: W.L. O'Neal, 1938.

   O'Reilly, Edward. "The saga of Pecos Bill." Century Magazine. 106(6): 826-833, Oct. 1923. On "High Chin Bob."

* Oermann, Robert K.; Bufwack, Mary A. "Patsy Montana and the development of the cowgirl image." Journal of Country Music. 8(3): 18-32, 1981.

   Ohrlin, Glenn (1926- ). The hellbound train: a cowboy songbook with biblio-discography by Harlan Daniel / Glenn Ohrlin. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1973. 290pp. Includes 33 1/3 rpm record.

Challenger Brand California vegetables label, 1960s

"Challenger Brand California Vegetables."

Guadalupe, CA: Western Packing Co., 196-.

   Ohrlin, Glenn. "Poems and songs on the rodeo trail." p.125-134. In Cowboy poets and cowboy poetry. Edited by David Stanley and Elaine Thatcher. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2000.

   Old cabin songs of the fiddle and the bow. Compiled by the Vagabonds. Nashville, TN: Old Cabin Co., 1932.

 *  The old puncher's reunion: a national tour of songs, yarns, fiddling and poetry by real cowboys and buckaroos. Washington, DC: The National Council for the Traditional Arts, [1983]. 22 p. Program notes included with recording. Cover photo of Ken Trowbridge, 192-; includes "Grizzly ropers and bald grazers: a mini-history of cattle ranching and cowboying," by Joe Wilson, p.4-12; poem “Old cowboys,” by Everett Brisendine, p.16-17.

   Old Southwest / New Southwest: essays on a region and its literature. Edited by Judy Nolte Lensink. Tucson, AZ: Tucson Public Library, 1987. 167pp. Essays from a conference, held Nov. 14-17, 1985, Tucson.

Mustang Brand California vegetables label, 1960s

"Mustang Brand California Vegetables."

Guadalupe, CA: Western Packing Co., 196-.

   Old time ballads and cowboy songs. Compiled by Cowboy Loye [Pack Loye] and Just Plain John. Wheeling, WV: C. Loye, [1934].

   Oliver, Jennie Harris. Red earth / Jennie Harris Oliver. Kansas City, MO: Burton Publishing, 1945. 117pp.

See: "In the desert," "Noon trail."

   Olson, Stephen. The prairie in nineteenth-century American poetry / Stephen Olson. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994.

   One hundred head cut out of the Jeff Dykes herd. College Station, TX: Texas A & M University, 1972. 36pp.

Western Boy Bang! Firecrackers label, 1960s

"Western Boy Bang! Firecrackers."

Sioux Falls, SD: Rich Brothers, 196-.

* Out where the West begins: a collection of poems by Fort Worth authors. Compiled by Grace Ross and Mabel M. Kuykendall. Dallas, TX: Kaleidograph Press, 1949. 184pp. Signed by Ross and Kuykendall 1962.

 Outcroppings: being selections of California verse / edited by Bret Harte. San Francisco : A. Roman ; New York : W.J. Widdleton, 1866. First Far West poetry anthology.

* Overstreet, John A. Song of the old Southwest / John A. Overstreet. Guthrie, OK: Co-operative Publishing, 1937. 300pp. Illustrated with photographs.

* Owens, Lee. American square dances of the West and Southwest. Music arranged by Viola Ruth. Palo Alto, CA: Pacific Books, 1950, c1949. 2nd printing. 182pp.

The first part of the book describes the parts, movements and figures, while the vast majority of the book, section two, lists the calls, p.77-180.

   Owens, W.A. Swing and turn: Texas play-party games / W.A. Owens. Dallas, TX: Tardy, 1936. 117pp.

See: "Buffalo girls, won't you come out tonight" p.45-46; "I wish I was a cowboy in some cowboy land" p.109-110.

   Owens, William A. Tell me a story, sing me a song / William A. Owens. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1983.

Texus Brand tomatoes label, 1960s

"Texus Brand Tomatoes."

Weslaco, TX: J.M. McManus Produce Co., 196-.

   Owens, William A. Texas folk songs / William A. Owens. Musical arrangements by Willa Mae Kelly Koehn. Austin, TX: Southern Methodist University, 1950. 302pp. (Texas Folklore Society publication n.23)

   Owens, William A. Texas folk songs / William A. Owens. 2nd revised edition. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University, 1976.

*  The Oxford history of the American West. Edited by Clyde A. Milner II; Carol A. O'Connor; Martha A. Sandweiss. New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994. 872pp.

See: "The literary west" / Thomas J. Lyon, p.707-741; his section on poetry in the West includes John G. Neihardt, Robinson Jeffers and Gary Snyder.

   Ozark folksongs. Collected and edited by Vance Randolph. Edited for the State Historical Society of Missouri by Floyd C. Shoemaker and Frances G. Emberson. 4 vols. Columbia, MO: State Historical Society of Missouri, c1946-48.

See: "Custer's last charge" n.234. See also vol.2, 1948, ch.5, "Western songs and ballads" p.169-245

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