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    • Milligan College students

    • colleges; Students;
    • Group of Milligan College students on steps of classroom building- north face. Standing (from left to right) George M.R. Bowman, Altat Agnes Carpenter, unknown, unknown, unknown first name Birchfield, Persie I. Owen, unknown, unknown, Alum J....
    • 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...
    • Milligan College Faculty

    • colleges; Teachers;
    • Milligan College Faculty with the Hopwood House in the background. Front row (left to right): unknown, Gilbert Henry Easley, Henry R. Garrett, unknown, and Laura Burchfield. Back row (left to right): unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, Craig Byrd...
    • Milligan College Class of 1898

    • Universities & colleges; Students;
    • Seated: Thomas M. Sells, Unknown, Emma Hart Johnson, Unknown. Standing: Elbert Anderson, Charles D. Hart, Unknown, Unknown,Unknown, Walter Price. The Class is listed in the College Register of 1901-1902 as Julia Rowlett Massie (Showalter), May...
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    • Fiddle music; Walker, Sammy; Unknown;
    • Fiddle tune played by Sammy Walker and accompanied by Nell Walker Fernandez, recorded by Bruce Greene in Summer Shade, Kentucky, on 02-06-76
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    • Fiddle music; Walker, Sammy; Unknown;
    • Fiddle tune played by Sammy Walker, recorded by Bruce Greene in Metcalfe County, Kentucky, in 1976.
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    • Fiddle music; Walker, Sammy; Unknown;
    • Fiddle tune played by Sammy Walker, recorded by Bruce Greene in Metcalfe County, Kentucky, in 1976.
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    • Fiddle music; Walker, Sammy; Unknown;
    • Fiddle tune played by Sammy Walker, recorded by Bruce Greene in Metcalfe County, Kentucky, in 1976.
    • Milligan College Class of 1913

    • students; graduates;
    • Milligan College Class of 1913. Front Row (from left to right): Elmer Munson, Lottie Hodges, Joe Crouch, Edith Campbell, and Byrl White. Back Row (from left to right): Unknown, Nelle Hodges, Charmian Thomas, C.W. Tabor, Laura Godbey, Unknown,...
    • I Don't Want No Woman Wouldn't Have No Loving Man...

    • Blues music; Mouth organs;
    • John Tolliver plays harmonica, or harp, and sings the blues. Hiawatha Giles is also present and can be heard. John is visiting his family in Nelson County. He has moved to Washington D.C. John and his cousin, Frank, learned accordion from...
    • You Can Tell Everybody In Your Neighborhood...

    • ; Mouth organs; Blues music;
    • John Tolliver plays harmonica, or harp, and sings the blues. Hiawatha Giles is also present and can be heard. John is visiting his family in Nelson County. He has moved to Washington D.C. John and his cousin, Frank, learned accordion from...
    • I Looked Down that Road...

    • ; Blues music; Mouth organs;
    • John Tolliver plays harmonica, or harp, and sings the blues. Hiawatha Giles is also present and can be heard. John is visiting his family in Nelson County. He has moved to Washington D.C. John and his cousin, Frank, learned accordion from...
    • Lord the Crowd Now Has Gathered...

    • Ballads;
    • Stella Gilbert sings a ballad written by Tom Ashley about a local murder from the perspective of the murderer on death row. She is the sister of Clarence 'Tom' Ashley. This was recorded in her home in Glade Spring. Listen to her talking about...
    • Barbara Allen

    • ballads;
    • Five leaves of lined paper, handwritten in pencil on the front sides and on the reverse side of the fifth leaf. The document is in fair physical condition, with uneven edges at the top, some minor tears, creases, and tape repairs, as well as holes...
    • Milligan College's First French Class

    • Students; Language;
    • Milligan College's first French class, taught by Miss Mary Hardin. Seated (left to right): Howard Trussler, Minnie Acuff, Anna Mildred Perry, White James, Joe Crouch, unknown. Standing (left to right): Myrh White, Mary Thomas, Nat Burchfeild, Lucy...

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