I got this book at the local library. Long story short, I found out that my wife's great-great-grandmother, Margaret O. Moody is mentioned and pictured twice in the book! With a little checking, I was able to find a sound file of her singing "Unconstant Lover," unaccompanied, which was included on a CD with a book printed by the Library Of Congress American Folklife Center.
While it has more than enough stuff to keep the dulcimer enthusiast interested, as a fan of traditional folk, with or without instrumentation, I found the book indispensible. It's a great resource for information about Ohio's substantial folk music history. Not only that, but you also get Pete Seeger, Bascom Lamar Lunsford and Bob Gibson on the CD, tracks you will only hear in the Anne Grimes Collection!
Somebody objected to the inclusion of "bawdy songs" in the book and CD, but songs like these are ingrained in folk music history, and are as worthy of preservation as any of the other sacred and secular songs of history. If we're going to gloss over the songs about S-E-X, we might as well excise all the murder ballads as well.