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    • Fourteen Days in Georgia

    • Fiddle music; Masters, John; Fourteen Days in Geogia;
    • Fiddle tune played by John Masters and recorded in Fayette County, Kentucky by John Harrod [1980s]
    • Yonder Comes My Love

    • Folk Songs--Kentucky; Couch Family; Couch, Jim; Banjo Music--Kentucky; Yonder Comes My Love
    • Song sung and played on banjo by Jim Couch and recorded in Harlan County, Kentucky by Leonard Roberts [1954].
    • Cluck Old Hen

    • Fiddle music; Bingham, Estill; Cluck Old Hen
    • Fiddle tune played by Estill Bingham and recorded by Bruce Greene in Bell County, Kentucky 2-17-89
    • Pumpkin Vine

    • Fiddle music; York, Henry; Pumpkin Vine;
    • Fiddle tune played by Henry York and recorded by John Harrod in Nicholas County, Kentucky 6-15-80.
    • Fiddling Boogie

    • Fiddle music; Livers, Lambert; Fiddling Boogie;
    • Fiddle tune played by Lambert Livers and recorded by Bruce Greene in Taylor County, Kentucky 5-6-92.
    • Alone and Blue

    • Songs--Appalachian Region; Songs, English--Kentucky; Carpenter, Nora; Alone and Blue;
    • Song sung and recorded by Nora Carpenter at her home in Salyersville, Maggoffin County, Kentucky 07-07-72.
    • Sweet Birds

    • Songs--Appalachian Region; Songs, English--Kentucky; Carpenter, Nora; Sweet Birds;
    • Song sung and recorded by Nora Carpenter at her home in Salyersville, Maggoffin County, Kentucky 06-28-72.
    • I Have Letters From the Father

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Songs--Appalachian Region; Songs, English--Kentucky; Carpenter, Nora; I Have Letters From the Father;
    • Song sung, played on banjo, and recorded by Nora Carpenter at her home in Salyersville, Maggoffin County, Kentucky 07-07-72.
    • Turkey In The Stew

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Collins, Neal "Pop"; Turkey In The Stew;
    • Tune played on banjo by Neal "Pop" Collins and recorded by family members in Boyd County, Kentucky at various times during the 1970s.
    • Barn Dance of Long Ago

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Ohio; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Music--Ohio; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Ohio; Pinex Merrymakers ; Plantation Party ; Renfro Valley Barn Dance ; Girls of the Golden West; Goode,...
    • Song sung and played on guitar by the Girls of the Golden West on the Pinex Merrymakers and Plantation Party radio programs over station WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1937-1938.
    • Nobody's Darlin' But Mine

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Ohio; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Music--Ohio; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Ohio; Pinex Merrymakers ; Plantation Party ; Renfro Valley Barn Dance ; Girls of the Golden West; Goode,...
    • Song sung and played on guitar by the Girls of the Golden West on the Pinex Merrymakers and Plantation Party radio programs over station WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1937-1938.
    • Out On the Lone Prairie

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Ohio; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Music--Ohio; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Ohio; Pinex Merrymakers ; Plantation Party ; Renfro Valley Barn Dance ; Girls of the Golden West; Goode,...
    • Song sung and played on guitar by the Girls of the Golden West on the Pinex Merrymakers and Plantation Party radio programs over station WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1937-1938.
    • I'll Meet You in the Morning

    • Sinclair Sunday Serenade ; Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WRVK (Radio Station: Renfro Valley, Kentucky); Cash Quartet; I'll Meet You in the Morning;
    • Song sung by the Cash Quartet on the Sinclair Sunday Serenade broadcast from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over radio station WRVK[1959-1960s].
    • I'm Too Near Home To Go Back Now

    • Sinclair Sunday Serenade ; Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WRVK (Radio Station: Renfro Valley, Kentucky); Cash Quartet; I'm Too Near Home To Go Back Now;
    • Song sung by the Cash Quartet on the Sinclair Sunday Serenade broadcast from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over radio station WRVK[1959-1960s].
    • Campbell Mansion Artifacts; cradle

    • Bethany (West Virginia); Children's furniture; Cradles; Domestic life;
    • John Brown, an accomplished carpenter and Alexander Campbell's father-in-law made the cradle. All fourteen Campbell children used this cradle. It was also loaned out to other people in the neighborhood when the Campbell's did not have an infant in...
    • Cripple Creek

    • Banjos;
    • Fred Galliher plays a banjo tune. Fred also plays harmonica, fiddle, and guitar. He is a first cousin of Hobart Smith and Texas Gladden, and was raised with fourteen siblings near Saltville, Virginia.

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