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    • Pioneer News Staff

    • Students; Student organizations; Newspapers; Reporters;
    • The Pioneer News Department poses for a picture. Those identified are Edna Mottshaw, News Editor (Dr. Edna Durand, class of 1961); Jack Bean, Sports Editor (class of 1961); and Jessie Lundsford, Circulation (Mrs. Jessie Cole, class of 1961).
    • Log Cabin In The Lane

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Frankie and Johnny

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Wreck Of The Old 97

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Old Joe Clark

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • John Henry

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Death Of Marion Parker

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • It's A Long Way To Tipperary

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Fate Of Floyd Collins

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Don't Let The Deal Go Down

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • In The Pines

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams and Leonard Roberts. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • When The Roses Bloom Again

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played on guitar and sung by Bill Williams. Recorded by Leonard Roberts in Greenup Co., KY summer 1961.
    • Dr. Farrere

    • Women; teachers
    • Dr. Helen F. Farrere, Professor of Modern Foreign Languages (German and French), poses for a picture. She worked at TC from 1957 - 1961 and lived in one of the dorms.
    • Alumni meeting

    • Universities & colleges; Alumni & alumnae
    • Gail Fatum, class of 1961, on the left. Edna Louise Mattshaw Durand, class of 1961 BA and 1975 MA, on the right. Writing on back says "Enjoying a remark is Edna Durand '61"
    • [Saber, Compound View]

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    • The saber and scabbard are a brownish color and are from the Civil War era. The saber has been repaired around the hand guard and handle. The scabbard is enforced with a metal strip wired to the brass hand guard. Two small strips of leather are...
    • [Saber Handle]

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    • The saber handle is brownish gold in color and is from the Civil War era. The saber handle and various other parts are in fair condition, but they show signs of wear and age.
    • Buck Creek Girls

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Buck Creek Girls;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky Summer 1961
    • Pretty Polly

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Pretty Polly;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky Summer 1961

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