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    • On Jordan's Stormy Banks

    • Lined-out Hymns--Kentucky; On Jordan's Stormy Banks;
    • Lined-out hymn sung by Elwood Cornett and others from Letcher County, Kentucky at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-29-83.
    • Banks of the Old Tennessee

    • Singing; Fiddle music
    • J.W. or Peg Hatcher sings a song 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 writer's project. Listen to Peg...
    • Banks of the Old Tennessee

    • Fiddle music; Interviews;
    • J.W. or Peg Hatcher plays the fiddle 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 writer's project. Listen to Peg...
    • music interests, Carter family (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about musical preferences, rock and roll, and the Carter family. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • Story of Freeda Bolt (talking)

    • Interviews; Ballads;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about the song about Freeda Bolt's murder. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • teaching high school (talking)

    • Interviews;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about taking classes and teaching a high school class. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • vocational rehab work (talking)

    • Interviews;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • polio and life (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about a performance in the 1930's, and his own life with polio. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • school, farm, and family (talking)

    • Interviews; ;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about his young life in Floyd county. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • Allen tragedy and Freeda Bolt (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about Harriet Allen and the Allen family events. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • songs in the family, Step Stone (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about songs he used to perform. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • leaving Floyd, CCC (talking)

    • Interviews; Bands;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about leaving Floyd after the Floyd County Ramblers broke up. He also talks about working for the CCC. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter...
    • Story of Freeda Bolt

    • Bands; Ballads;
    • The Floyd County Ramblers sing a song about a local murder. Buren Harmon killed Freeda Bolt on December 12, 1929. The band consists of Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, and John Willy Boone-guitar.
    • one-armed basketball game (talking)

    • Interviews;
    • Walter Boone talks with Kip Lornell about playing in a basketball game in Blacksburg. He is the youngest member of the Floyd County Ramblers; Sam McNeil-banjo, Banks McNeil-fiddle, Walter Boone-harmonica, John Willie Boone-guitar.
    • Banks of the Ohio

    • Bands;
    • The Wheat Valley String Band from Curtis, Virginia performs at the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival on the Bedford county stage. Band members include: Robert Craig-fiddle, John Hensley-banjo, Mike Crawford-guitar, Morris Arrington-mandolin, Bill...
    • Citizens Bank. Grayson

    • Buildings; Banks; Kentucky-Grayson
    • Image of a street corner where Citizen's Bank once stood. It eventually became First National Bank of Grayson, Kentucky. Both of the buildings depicted in the image are no longer standing. They were replaced by the Carter County Justice Center. ...

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