This collection contains recordings from a 2015 pilot project designed to target a contrast in word-final voiced vs. voiceless vowels in the Lower Luga dialect of Ingrian (Izhorian). Ingrian belongs to the Finnic branch of the Uralic language family and had roughly 150 speakers at the time these recordings were made. The Lower Luga dialect was spoken by fewer than 10 people in 2015. The speakers lived in villages surrounding Kingisepp, Leningrad Oblast, Russia or in Narva, Estonia, but were not in contact with each other and reported only using Ingrian when visited by linguists. Villages visited included Vanakjulja, Bol'shoje Kuzjomkino, Ropsha, and Volkovo. Item BH1-002 features a reading of a fairy tale in both Ingrian and Veps, with Russian translations. All other recordings contain a phonetic elicitation (prompted in Russian) based on the questionnaire provided as item BH1-008. Speakers gave consent for scholarly use of these recordings, but declined to participate in a follow-up perception study (originally intended to be developed from this collection). Data collection was made possible by financial support from the Frederick J. and Ella Lury Wiswell Scholarship Fund and the Bilinski Educational Foundation.