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    • Log house in Copper Valley, Virginia

    • Dwellings
    • Photo of a two-story log house with a room attached to the right side of the house. A doorway enters the smaller room of the house; only windows are visible on the back and side of the larger house. A board leans against the smaller part of the...
    • Pear trees and large house on Sinking Creek

    • Agriculture; Dwellings; Agricultural facilities; Fences
    • A row of blooming pear trees lines the hill in front of a large white house on Sinking Creek. The house is in an L-shape with three chimneys visible. Other outbuildings are visible around the house. Fenced fields cover the hills in the...
    • Rock Chicken House

    • Poultry houses
    • Ray Dietz of the Farmers Federation Marketing Department inspects a broiler chicken outside a rock broiler house made by Sam W. Gibbs of Fairview, North Carolina, while Gibbs looks on.
    • 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.
    • Barbara Allen

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Barbara Allen;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky [1960s].
    • 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
    • Cumberland Gap

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Cumberland Gap;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky [1960s].
    • Hook and Line

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Hook and Line;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky [1960s].
    • John Henry

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; John Henry;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky Summer 1961
    • Old Joe Clark

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Old Joe Clark;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky [1960s].
    • Old Age Pension Blues

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Cornett, ""Banjo"" Bill; Old Age Pension Blues;
    • Tune played on banjo and self recorded by ""Banjo"" Bill Cornett in Knott County, Kentucky [1960s].
    • Large home on Sinking Creek

    • Barns; Dwellings; Agricultural facilities; Fences
    • A large two-story white house stands beside fenced fields on Sinking Creek in Floyd County, Virginia. A barn and two other outbuildings are visible in an arc behind the house. Pear trees in bloom are visible in the foreground. Palmer's note with...
    • Back corner of log house

    • Dwellings; Buildings; Animals
    • Back and side exterior walls of a log house in disrepair. There is no chinking between the logs of the house, and no stone or board foundation. A wood shutter leans on its hinges on the back window. A cat crouches on a tire that lays to the...
    • Sweet Sunny South

    • Banjos;
    • Garfield Dalton plays the banjo for an interview with Kip Lornell. This takes place in his home in Delton, Virginia, near Draper. The tune is the same as the ballad, The House Carpenter.
    • Native Mountaineers

    • Indians of North America
    • The author's description of a visit to the Cherokee Indians of Graham, Jackson, Swain, and Cherokee Counties of Western North Carolina.
    • Cindy

    • Ballads;
    • Four leaves, the fourth of a differing size and lined, handwritten in black ink on the front and handwritten in pencil on the reverse of the third leaf. The document is in good physical condition. There are pieces of tape covering missing pieces of...
    • Students

    • students; women
    • Two women students get buckets of water from the Spring House near the Doak House.

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