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    • The Tusculana 1923

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • 1945 Tusculana

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Sports
    • Yearbook
    • Vase 1975.009.0033.A01 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Vase, porcelain with exterior glazed blue, much crackling in glaze. 6.25" height, 4.25" top diameter. ca. 1925 collected by Allen Eaton. Now item 1975.9.33 in the Berea College Appalachian Artifacts Collection.
    • Oh, Susannah

    • Guitars; Radio;
    • The Sons of the Pioneers perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. The Texas Troubadours of Roanoke, emulated the popular sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Sons of the Pioneers include, but are not limited to: Lloyd...
    • Alexander's Ragtime Band

    • Radio; Bands; Banjos; Ragtime music;
    • The Dixie Playboys perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WSLS. They are a Roanoke band, that played traditional music and also emulated the popular sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Dixie Playboys include, but are not...
    • Shine On Harvest Moon

    • Radio; Bands; Banjos; Ragtime music;
    • The Dixie Playboys perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WSLS. They are a Roanoke band, that played traditional music and also emulated the popular sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Dixie Playboys include, but are not...
    • Archie Ross and the band (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands;
    • Raymond Sloan talks with Kip Lornell during an interview at his house in Ferrum, Virginia. Raymond talks about his work for the WPA as a folklore collector in the late 1930's as a part of the Federal Writer's project, and facilitating the record...
    • Tiger Rag

    • Radio; Banjos; Bands; Jazz;
    • The Dixie Playboys perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WSLS. They are a Roanoke band, that played traditional music and also emulated the popular sounds of the Sons of the Pioneers. Members of the Dixie Playboys include, but are not...
    • My Name is Charles Guiteau

    • Singing;
    • J.W. or Peg Hatcher sings a song about the murderer of James Garfield for Herbert Halpert and his recording machine. This takes place in Ferrum, Virginia. Raymond Sloan organized this meeting, as a fellow musician of Peg, and employee of the WPA...
    • I'm Troubled

    • Guitars; Singing; Spirituals;
    • Daniel Womack plays guitar and sings a spiritual. Since his religious conversion, he no longer plays the secular music he performed in his youth. The interviewers are Doug Day and Kip Lornell. Daniel grew up in Pittsylvania County, Virginia and...
    • Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone

    • Bluegrass music; Bands; ; Singing;
    • The Stanley Brothers and their band perform at the Roanoke Bluegrass Festival, at Cantrells Horse Farm in Fincastle, Virginia. They are from Dickenson County, Virginia. Carter was a member of Bill Monroe's band in 1951. The brothers are singing,...
    • more bluegrass story (talking)

    • Bluegrass music; Bands;
    • Carlton Haney is giving the Story of Bluegrass, talking before and after songs. Here he introduces the Stanley Brothers at the Roanoke Bluegrass Festival, at Cantrells Horse Farm in Fincastle, Virginia.

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