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    • Boy That Never Seen a Fraid

    • Tales--Kentucky; Jack Tales--Kentucky; Folk Tales--Kentucky; Boy That Never Seen a Fraid; Storytelling--Appalachian Region; Saylor, Don;
    • Tale told by Don Saylor at Hyden Elementary School in Leslie County, Kentucky and recorded by Leonard Roberts 10-10-49.
    • Unclouded Day

    • Guitars; Spirituals;
    • King Edward Smith plays a religious tune on his guitar during an interview with Vaughan Webb. Ed is the brother of banjo player Hobart Smith, and ballad singer, Texas Gladden. He lives near Saltville, in Smyth County, Virginia.
    • Unclouded Day

    • Banjos;
    • Maggie Rader plays a banjo tune for Kip Lornell. This takes place in her home in Newport, Virginia. She also can play harmonica and piano.
    • F/Bb Medley

    • Fiddle music;
    • Bo Bradham plays fiddle with Peter Jung's guitar accompaniment in a sudio in Vermont. Bo wrote: Wade Hampton's Hornpipe: From Cole's 100, where everybody who was anybody in the Civil War has a tune named after them. Memorial Day: I wrote this and...
    • The Old Regular Baptist

    • Religion; Religious events; newspapers
    • This is a newspaper printed by the Old Regular Baptists at Millstone, Kentucky. This is volume 2, whole number 20, number 8, and was printed in September 1925. It has letters, editorial, and obituaries.
    • 1941 Tusculana

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Hell and Scissors

    • Fiddle music; Day, James Wiggins; Setters, Jilson; Hell and Scissors;
    • Fiddle tune played by James W. Day and recorded 1937 by John A. Lomax in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • Sweet Susan

    • Fiddle music; Day, James Wiggins; Setters, Jilson; Sweet Susan;
    • Fiddle tune played by James W. Day and recorded December 1934 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • [Quilt, Red and Forest Green]

    • Wool quilts
    • Type: Wholecloth
      Name: Wholecloth.
      The quilt is made by Susannah Skidmore Day. The quilt is believed to have been made while she lived in Harlan County.
      Set Up: Wholecloth strips that are pieced together. The quilt is a...
    • Bunker Hill Camp Meeting

    • Camp meetings; Evangelistic work; Methodist Episcopal Church South-Holston Conference; Methodist Church-Tennessee-History; Methodist Church-Southern States-History
    • A Methodist camp meeting that took place at Bunker Hill in Hawkins County, Tennessee
    • Worried Life Blues

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • Clayton Horsley sings and plays the guitar. He was born and raised in Campbell County and moved to Lynchburg in his teens, where this recording takes place. Listen to another version of this Clayton's song: fe01411.
    • Some Day Baby

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • Clayton Horsley sings and plays the acoustic guitar. He was born and raised in Campbell County and moved to Lynchburg in his teens, where this recording takes place. Listen to another version of this Clayton's song: fe01402.
    • Women of the Mountains

    • Education
    • Text of a brochure written by Rev. Edgar Tufts, Principle of the Girls Department of Lees-McRae Institute, Banner Elk, North Carolina, describing the plight of young women in the mountains of Western North Carolina and requesting scholarship funds...
    • Lincoln Day celebration; Impromptu orchestra; Lyceum number.

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Brown, Fred F.; Howard, Mary Giles; National Woman's Relief Corps (U.S.); Morland, J. W.; Cox, Walter I. -- 1866-1930.; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Anniversaries, etc.; Lincoln...
    • The article: "Lincoln Day celebration" relates to the Lincoln Day program at Lincoln Memorial University on February 12, [1925]. Dr. Fred F. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Knoxville, delivered the main address at the event. Two other...
    • Pikeville College Diary of a Flood

    • newspapers; floods; disasters; college towns; colleges
    • This is a special edition paper printed by Pikeville College in the aftermath of the Flood of 1977. While its purpose was to seek funding for the college after the crisis, this paper also relates first-hand accounts of the flood and how it...
    • Hatcher Hotel 14/20

    • hotels; sayings; rural areas
    • Mr. Hatcher spent time writing sayings and stories about local history and folk lore on the walls of his hotel. The Hatcher Hotel was located on Main St. in Pikeville, KY.

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