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    • There was a Young Sailor...

    • Ballads; ;
    • Clarice Shelor sings a ballad about a young man who had to decide between two sisters. One sister murders the other. This takes place in her home in Meadows of Dan, Virginia.
    • Barbara Allen

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves, typewritten on the front sides. The document is in good physical condition. There is minor paper clip rust at the upper left corners of each leaf, and along the upper edge of the first leaf. A small piece of the document is missing...
    • The Tusculana 1923

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Siúil A Rún

    • Rollyson, Fern; Morris, David; West Virginia State Folk Festival; Young, Judy; Siúil A Rún;
    • Song sung by Judy Young during the West Virginia State Folk Festival in Glenville, West Virginia in 1965.
    • Cruel War

    • Rollyson, Fern; Morris, David; West Virginia State Folk Festival; Young, Judy; Cruel War;
    • Song sung by Judy Young during the West Virginia State Folk Festival in Glenville, West Virginia in 1965.
    • Bells Of Saint Mary

    • Independence Folk Festival; Independence, Virginia; Young, Edward; Bells Of Saint Mary; Banjo Music--Virginia;
    • Tune played by Edward Young during the banjo contest at the Independence Folk Festival in Independence, Virginia in 1970.
    • [Amnesty Letter] ID262 / Young, James M.

    • Civil War
    • This letter was written by James M. Young to President Andrew Johnson in response to the President's Amnesty Proclamation of 29 May 1865. The writer indicates his county of residence as McDowell Co., NC and does not state his occupation.
    • Carson & Newman Female Students

    • Carson & Newman College - Students - History
    • Also known as the Henderson Home for Young Ladies this residence hall housed fifty female students from 1899 to 1968. Included are 3rd from right side, second row, Sara Ruble, 4th same row, Evelyn Stokely, 3rd row, 2nd from left, Kate Justus...
    • Carson & Newman Student Group

    • Carson & Newman College - Students - History
    • Pictured in this 1914 picture of the Young Women's Chrisitian Association Cabinet include: seated, Leola McDonald (Mrs. A.E. Cate), Dessie Lee, Mabel Dickery ?, Anna Evans. Standing: Mary Sams, Frankie Liliker, Willie Renfro, Ethel Brown.
    • J.P. Young and early harp (talking)

    • Blues music; Interviews; Mouth organs;
    • J. P. Young talks with Kip Lornell about being abandonned as a baby and learning to play blues harp (harmonica) from a friends in his youth. He grew up near Shelby, North Carolina. This takes place in John E. Tinsley's home in Franklin County,...
    • Take Me Back to Tulsa

    • Fiddle music; Radio;
    • Eddie Arnold and the Golden West Cowboys perform live over Roanoke Country Radio station WDBJ. This is an example of the western swing, and cowboy music influence in the Appalachian region.
    • Lord Bateman

    • Ballads; Interviews;
    • Ruby Plemmons sings a ballad she learned from her mother during an interview by Kip Lornell. This takes place near Meadows of Dan, Virginia. Eunice McAlexander is also present, and being interviewed.
    • Too Young to Marry

    • Bands; Fiddle music
    • The Wheat Valley Bluegrass band plays a fiddle tune. Band members include: Robert Mitchum-bass, Robert Craig-fiddle, Morris Arrington-mandolin, John Hensley-banjo, Frank Dooley-guitar, and Juanita Michum-vocals. This takes place in Curtis,...
    • Take Me Back to Tulsa

    • Fiddle music; Guitars;
    • Spence Moore plays guitar with his brother, Joe, and Jim Moore on the fiddle. This takes place in Mountain City, Tennessee, where they used to live.
    • Young women fill jars with molasses

    • Home food processing; Molasses
    • A young woman bends over a crock, ladling molasses through a funnel into a mason jar. Another young woman uses a cloth to wipe off full jars of molasses sitting on an overturned metal tub. Part of a larger series of photos on molasses making that...
    • Barbara Allen

    • ballads;
    • Two leaves of lined paper, handwritten in blue ink on both sides of the first leaf and the front side of the second leaf. The document is in excellent physical condition. There are two loose-leaf binding holes along the left edge of each leaf....
    • Barbara Allen

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves, typewritten in black ink on the front sides. The document is in good physical condition. There are two loose leaf binding holes along the left edge of each leaf. There is paper clip rust along the upper edge of the first leaf. There are...
    • Barbara Allen

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves, typewritten on the front sides. The document is in good physical condition. There is a piece of clear adhesive tape over staple holes in the upper left corner of the first leaf. There is a piece of document missing at the lower right...

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