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    • Letter from Rev. John F. Spence to Rev. John S. Petty, June 11, 1884

    • Tennessee Wesleyan College; Petty, John S., 1838-1911; Spence, John F., 1828-1912; Methodist Episcopal Church. Holston Conference (Tenn.)--History
    • The is the last in the series of five letters that Spence sent to Petty regarding Spence's financial needs in relation to East Tennessee Wesleyan University. In this final letter Spence thanks Petty for paying his pledge, and he also tells him...
    • last Dixie Playboys show (talking)

    • Bands; Radio;
    • Mel Linkous talks about the final show of the Dixie Playboys and other poorly attended shows. This interview is being conducted by Kip Lornell with a group of musicians and announcers who used to perform on live radio, in Roanoke Virginia through...
    • Salt River

    • Fiddle music; Radio; Fiddle music;
    • Howard Wyatt, of Konnarock, Virginia, plays a fiddle tune in the final round of a competition. John Blakemore is the announcer and introduces the musicians at the fourth annual White Top Fiddlers' Convention. This was recorded live and then...
    • Cumberland Gap

    • Fiddle music; Radio; Fiddle music;
    • John Springer of Green Cove plays a fiddle tune in the final round of a competition. John Blakemore is the announcer and introduces the musicians at the fourth annual White Top Fiddlers' Convention. This was recorded live and then broadcast over...
    • Arkansas Traveller

    • Fiddle music; Radio; Fiddle music;
    • Arthur Wooten, of Sparta, North Carolina, plays a fiddle tune in the final round of a competition. John Blakemore is the announcer and introduces the musicians at the fourth annual White Top Fiddlers' Convention. This was recorded live and then...
    • Poor Man's Troubles

    • Fiddle music; Radio; Fiddle music;
    • Jeff Johnson, of Wolstan?, West Virginia, plays a fiddle tune in the final round of a competition. John Blakemore is the announcer and introduces the musicians at the fourth annual White Top Fiddlers' Convention. This was recorded live and then...
    • Old Joe Clark

    • Fiddle music; Radio; Fiddle music;
    • Ralph Michael, of Harrisonburg, Virginia, plays a fiddle tune in the final round of a competition. John Blakemore is the announcer and introduces the musicians at the fourth annual White Top Fiddlers' Convention. This was recorded live and then...
    • Barn in the process of collapsing

    • Barns; Buildings; Agricultural facilities
    • A barn in a grassy clearing in the final stages of collapse. The building leans sharply to the left, the doors stand open, and the wood shingle roof is warped.
    • Our Carolina Highlanders

    • Education
    • Text of an address to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 29, 1916, regarding education and economic development in Western North Carolina.
    • A Gift with meaning; The Beautiful life / [unknown].

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.); Hill, T. Russ.; Moot, Adelbert -- 1854- .; Leonard, Albert.; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- Funds and scholarships.; Grannis, Frank C., Mrs.;
    • The article: "A Gift with a meaning," relates to a special gift contribution to Lincoln Memorial University by "the boys and girls graduating from the Lincoln School ... of New Rochelle, New York." The article: "The Beautiful life" relates to T....
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Lantern Festival

    • Rites & ceremonies; Stages (Platforms); Public speaking;
    • Dr. Mezoff is seated behind the speaker. Man seated on stage at far right is Dean Estel C. Hurley. The Lantern festival is a final goodbye and best wishes to graduating seniors. The festival is typically held a week before graduation. TC used to...

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