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    • Jug 1969.001.0031.A01 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Dark Brown and tan 2 gallon jug with a short dark handle at the top. Albany-slip-glazed stoneware. 10.5" height, 7.5" base diameter, 1.5" mouth diameter. Some discoloration on lower half. Prior to ca. 1920, Owned by Wiley Oakley,...
    • Jar 1969.001.0038.A02 (Overall View)

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    • Jar, two handles on shoulders, medium brown color, glazed stoneware. 11" height, 5" base diameter, 6.5" max diameter, 4.75" top diameter. Marked "W.D. [g?]rinstaff/ May 16, 1871". ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountaineer Museum, Gatlinburg,...
    • Dye Pot 1969.001.0065.A01 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region; Pottery -- North Carolina
    • Dye pot or crock, grey, glazed. 9.5" height, 9.5" top diameter, 6.25" bottom diameter. "2" stamped on lower part. Dirty with rust, some small chips on lip. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountianeer Museum, Gatlinburg, TN. Now item 1969.1.65...
    • Jar 1969.001.0066.A01 (Overall View)

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    • Jar, two handles on shoulder, redish-brownm salt-glazed. 11" height, 7.25" top diameter, 6.5" bottom diameter. Pencil on bottom, "Uncle Levi & Aunty Emeline Trenthan/Jan./Elkmount". Now item 1969.1.66 in Berea College Appalachian Artifacts...
    • Jar 1969.001.0077.A02 (Overall View)

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    • Jar with lid, handles on shoulder, glazed stoneware. 8" height, 5.4" top diameter, 4.4" bottom diameter. Simms inventory indicates "hanlon blue" may be glaze color or maker's name. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountaineer Museum,...
    • Jar 1969.001.0077.Q01 (QTVR Object Movie)

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    • Jar with lid, handles on shoulder, glazed stoneware. 8" height, 5.4" top diameter, 4.4" bottom diameter. Simms inventory indicates "hanlon blue" may be glaze color or maker's name. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountaineer Museum,...
    • Jar 1969.001.0078.A01 (Overall View)

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    • Jar with Lid, two handles on shoulder, green glazed stoneware. 8" height, 5.5" top diameter, 4.5" bottom diameter. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountianeer Museum, Gatlinburg, TN. Now item 1969.1.78 in Berea College Appalachian Artifacts...
    • Pitcher 1969.001.0135.A03 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Pitcher, glazed with floral transfer pattern. 7.5" height to lip, 4.6" bottom diameter. Stamped "Pearl White/Goodwin Bros." in blue, stamped circle with eagle w/ raised wings inside. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountianeer Museum,...
    • Pitcher 1969.001.0135.B02 (Detail of Marks)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Pitcher, glazed with floral transfer pattern. 7.5" height to lip, 4.6" bottom diameter. Stamped "Pearl White/Goodwin Bros." in blue, stamped circle with eagle w/ raised wings inside. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountianeer Museum,...
    • Pitcher 1969.001.0135.Q01 (QTVR Object Movie)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Pitcher, glazed with floral transfer pattern. 7.5" height to lip, 4.6" bottom diameter. Stamped "Pearl White/Goodwin Bros." in blue, stamped circle with eagle w/ raised wings inside. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountianeer Museum,...
    • Dinner Plate 1969.001.0138 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Dinner Plate, set of two, glazed with blue floral transfer pattern. 0.7" height, 9.3" diameter. Marked "Furnival Limited/Trademark England" and picture of a flag with a boat design. ca. 1910 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountaineer Museum,...
    • Plate 1969.001.0176.A02 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Plate, glazed stoneware. 0.7" height, 7.6" diameter. Embosed with circle of pie shapes. Discolored, crackled, three chips on rim. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountaineer Museum, Gatlinburg, TN. Now a item 1969.1.176 in the Berea College...
    • Plate 1969.001.0176.B01 (Detail of Marks)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Plate, glazed stoneware. 0.7" height, 7.6" diameter. Embosed with circle of pie shapes. Discolored, crackled, three chips on rim. ca. 1920 to ca. 1955 displayed at Mountaineer Museum, Gatlinburg, TN. Now a item 1969.1.176 in the Berea College...
    • Lost Indian

    • Fiddle Tune--West Virginia; Krack, Jake; Lost Indian;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack, accompanied by Bob Sildenburg banjo ukele and Dara Krack on guitar at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 07-31-06.
    • Tom and Jerry

    • Fiddle Tune--West Virginia; Krack, Jake; Tom and Jerry;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack, accompanied by Josh Jamrom on guitar and Dara Krack on guitar at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 07-31-06.
    • Coleman's March

    • Dulcimer music--West Virginia; Lurson, Jim; Coleman's March;
    • Dulcimer music played by Jim Lurson, accompanied by Jake Krack on fiddle, Roger Sprung on banjo, and Richard Hawthorne on bass at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 08-02-06.
    • Waiting for Nancy

    • Fiddle music; Krack, Jake; Waiting for Nancy;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack accompanied by Micah Spence on banjo at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 08-05-06.
    • 28th of January

    • Fiddle music
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack accompanied by Bob Buckingham on banjo, Todd Clewell on guitar, and Amy Buckingham on bass at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 08-05-06.
    • Bill Cheatam

    • Fiddle music; Lewis, Jerry;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jerry Lewis accompanied by Dara Krack on guitar at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 08-05-06.

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