In Tulsa: marine biologist/collector/singer/harmonica player/folklorist &
a few other things (& maybe the only man alive that knows more songs than
The really rare
was born 3/31/1917
Not comprehensive, of course. Just what I easily found:
The Wandering folksong. [LP]
Folkways Records FA 2401. 
Whoever shall have some good peanuts, and other folksongs for children. [LP]
Scholastic Records SC 7530. 
Whoever shall have some good peanuts, and other folksongs for children..
Folkways Records FC 7530. 
I'll sing you a story; [folk ballads for the young].[LP]
Folkways Records FC 7548. 1972.
Sam Hinton sings the song of men, all sorts and kinds. [LP]
Folkways Records, FA2400, 1961.
Cowboy songs. [LP]
National Geographic Society 07786. p1976.
Saul Broudy, Sam Hinton, Mickey Clark, and others,
Includes one song each by "Everybody": "Old man atom" / Sam Hinton (3:10)
Folk song America, 1 [digitally remastered CD] : a 20th century revival.
Smithsonian Collection of Recordings :
Recorded between May 1, 1919, and Dec. 4, 1955.
American folk singers and balladeers. Book-of-the-Month Club, [4 LPs]
No.: RL 5644 Book-of-the-Month Club from Vanguard
Sam Hinton: Starving to death on a government claim - I'm just a
damyankee - I had a bird.
At least one song on
How the West was won. [New York] : RCA Victor LP LSO 6070, [196-?]
Program notes adapted from the Life magazine series by Shanna Alexander
Seashore life of southern California; an introduction to the animal life
of California beaches south of Santa Barbara.
University of California Press, 1969.
Exploring under the sea. Illustrated by Rudolf Freund.
Garden City, N.Y., Garden City Books [c1957]
Hedgpeth, Joel Walker, 1911-
Common seashore life of southern California.
Illustrated by Sam Hinton. Edited by Vinson Brown.
Healdsburg, Calif., Naturegraph Co., c1961.
History of the Scripps institution of oceanography.
[Compiled by Sam D. Hinton. La Jolla] 1951.
The T. Wayland Vaughan aquarium-museum of the Scripps Institution of
Oceanography, La Jolla, California, University of California.
Papers, 1936-1985 bulk 1952-1954, 1973-1976.
(correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and other materials concerning the
Capricorn Expedition, Tonga, and her work as owner and editor of Tofua
Press. original illustrations by Sam Hinton.)
Some more Sam Hinton stuff found by Paul Stamler:
"Singing Across the Land" (Decca 45-rpm album ED-832, LP DL-8108)
"A Family Tree of Folk Songs" (Decca LP DL-8418)
(both early 1950s)
And some tapes, self-published:
"From an East Texas Childhood" (TEX01) (1986)
"Of Frogs and Dogs and Such [21 Songs that Kids Like]" (SH Enterprises C1) (1991)
"'Tis the Season" [21 Songs - Mostly for Christmas]" (SH Enterprises G-2)(1991)
These can be ordered from Sam himself,
9420 La Jolla Shores Dr.
La Jolla, CA 92037
The Folkways material, of course, can still be obtained from Smithsonian/
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