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    • Lord Use Me

    • Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Renfro Valley Redbud Festival; Lord Use Me; Leitchfield, Kentucky Baptist Church Quartet; Meredith, John...
    • Gospel song sung by Leitchfield, Kentucky Baptist Church Quartet directed by John Louis "Coot" Meredith, April 18, 1946 at the Renfro Valley Redbud Festival, Rockcastle County, Kentucky. This and some of the other performances at the event were...
    • Saint Louis Blues

    • Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Cousin Emmy (Cynthia Mae Carver); Collard Brothers; Saint Louis Blues;
    • Song sung and played by the Collard Brothers on radio demonstration recording of Cousin Emmy (Barren County, Kentucky) (Cynthia Mae Carver) and Her Kinfolks for WHAS, Louisville, Kentucky 9-12-39
    • St. Louis Blues

    • Renfro Valley Traditional Music Festival; Carlisle, Cliff ; St.Louis Blues; Hawaiian Guitar Music; Dobro Music;
    • Song sung and played by Cliff Carlisle at The Renfro Valley Traditional Music Festival in Renfro Valley, KY on 7-11-74.
    • 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...
    • St. Louis Blues

    • Blues music; Guitars;
    • King Edward Smith plays tune on his guitar that he learned from Hobart Smith 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,...
    • St. Louis Blues

    • Blues music; Guitars;
    • Henry Robertson plays acoustic blues guitar with his son. This takes place in his home in Penhook, Virginia.
    • St. Louis Blues

    • Radio; Banjos; 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...
    • St. Louis Blues

    • Pianos; Blues music; Jazz;
    • Zeh Dot plays a jazz tune on the piano. She grew up in Franklin County, Virginia. This is a compilation showing the prevalence of piano music in the Blue Ridge.
    • St. Louis Blues

    • Guitars; Blues music;
    • King Edward Smith plays the guitar in his home for Kip Lornell. Ed is the brother of banjo player Hobart Smith, and ballad singer, Texas Gladden. He lives near Saltville, in Smyth County, Virginia.
    • Blackjack Davie

    • Ballads;
    • One leaf of lined paper, handwritten in pencil on both sides. The document is in excellent physical condition. "Blackjack Davie" is written on the front side and "Down the Road, Idar" is written on the reverse side. There are two loose leaf binding...
    • Naoma Wise

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves, handwritten in pencil on both sides of each leaf. The document is in good physical condition. Asheville Chamber of Commerce headers are at the top of the reverse side of each leaf. The ballad "Short Life Trouble" precludes "Naoma Wise"...
    • Milligan College Pre-Med Club Banquet

    • students; parties; clubs; banquets; universities and colleges;
    • Milligan College Pre-Med Club Banquet at John Sevier Hotel in Johnson City. Starting from the bottom left side of the table, going up and winding around entire table: Guy Lail, Gwen Thomas, Unknown, Martha Noblitt, Kenneth Roark, Unknown, Hoyt...
    • Pikeville College Teachers, Early 1920s

    • education; teachers
    • Originally belonged to Alice J. Kinder. Front Row, left to right: Sarah Wilson from PA (Became Mrs. Collis P. Hudson, later Mrs. Melvin Voice of Florida); William McKinley Justice (taught 8th grade, also teachers who came in for normal school...
    • Virginia Hall

    • Dormitories; Office buildings; Women; Women's education; Universities & colleges;
    • Virginia Hall was constructed in 1901 with funds received from Nettie Fowler McCormick. The architect for this building is Louis Sullivan who designed the Chicago skyline. Virginia Hall served Tusculum College as a women's dormitory for most of...
    • The Outing Club

    • Students; Men; Women; Student organizations;
    • Members of the Outing Club pose for a picture. Back row from left: unidentified, Sam Smith (class of 1942), unidentified, Bill Miller (class of 1939), Elbert Creamer (class of 1942), Lynn Smith (class of 1940), Louis Bird, Kay Waddell, ? McAmis....
    • Students

    • Students; Women;
    • Kathleen Russell (Mary Kathleen Russell class of 1915), Edith Verran, Louis Verran, and Wargaeitr? Johnston ("Midge") students posing for a picture on January 10, 1910


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