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    • Bunker Hill Camp Meeting

    • Camp meetings; Evangelistic work; Methodist Episcopal Church South-Holston Conference; Methodist Church-Tennessee-History; Methodist Church-Southern States-History
    • A Methodist camp meeting that took place at Bunker Hill in Hawkins County, Tennessee
    • R.G. and Barbara Spurling

    • People associated with religion; Church of God; Religion; Religious groups;
    • R.G. Spurling and his wife Barabara Spurling. He was a mill right located in Monroe County, Tennessee. He founded the Christian Union in 1886 at Barney Creek.
    • 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.
    • Y.M.C.A. Life Insurance Ticket

    • Insurance; Religion; Tickets; Young Men's Christian associations;
    • This is a ticket that was given out at the Y.M.C.A. It looks like it talks about life insurance but is really about religion. The front of the ticket says, "Is your Soul Insured in the Everlasting Life Ins. Co.? Home Office - Heaven. Over." The...
    • Old Time Religion

    • Fiddle Tunes--North Carolina; Chrisawn, Welzie; Old Time Religion;
    • Fiddle tune played by Welzie Chrisawn and recorded by Bruce Greene in Burnsville, North Carolina.
    • Renaissance Yulefest #1

    • Music; Choirs (Music); Holidays; Banquets; Churches; Religion
    • This photograph captures members of the Brevard College student Chamber Music and Madrigals groups as they serve dinner during the Annual Renaissance Yulefest. The Yulefest, or Madrigals Dinner, was held at the First United Methodist Church and was...
    • Renaissance Yulefest #2

    • Music; Choirs (Music); Banquets; Holidays; Religion; Churches; Education; Universities & colleges
    • This photograph features members of the Brevard College student Chamber Music and Madrigals groups as they staff the banquet table during the Annual Renaissance Yulefest. The Yulefest, or Madrigals Dinner, was held at the First United Methodist...
    • Harrison Pinkney Hollar

    • Theological Seminaries; Education; Portrait photographs; Religion; Universities & colleges
    • This photograph features Rutherford College graduate of Divinity, Harrison Pinkney Hollar. A copy of the photograph was donated to the college by Mr. Hollar's granddaughter, Ms. Dot Elliott.
    • Reverend Edward Roy

    • Religion; Education; Chaplains; Teachers; Portrait photographs
    • This photograph depicts Reverend Edward C. Roy [1917-2008] as a young man, a few years prior to what would become his forty-year tenure with Brevard College. He began as a professor of Religious Studies in 1944 and, in 1955 was promoted to Director...
    • Religious Studies lecture

    • Education; Religion; Classrooms
    • This photograph features Reverend Edward Roy, Brevard College Chaplain and Director of Religious Studies, as he offers a lecture to his students in a McClarty-Goodson classroom.
    •  church

    • Religion; Churches; Monuments & memorials; Universities & colleges
    • This photo shows the Rutherford College Abernathy Memorial First United Methodist Church as it looked in the nineteen-sixtees. The church was constructed in 1930, in honor of Robert Laban Abernathy, founder of Rutherford College. While the college...
    •  families

    • Religion; Clergy; Families; Portrait photographs; Buildings; Universities & colleges
    • This photograph features a group portrait of Rutherford College's married Ministerial students and their families. The photograph was taken in front of Weaver Hall. Weaver Hall was destroyed by fire in 1927.
    •  ministerial club

    • Religion; Education; Clergy; Students; Portrait photograph; Universities & colleges
    • This photograph features members of Rutherford College's Ministerial Club as they pose for a catalog portrait.
    • Blind Slave in the mines (pamphlet)

    • slavery; slaves; religion; religious texts; coal; coal mines; mining; Christianity
    • A religious tract published by the American Tract Society entitled "Blind Slave in the mines". The author visited an Eastern Virginia mine and interacted with an old man, a blind slave, and was struck by the man's piety and perceives him as an...
    • country religion jokes (talking)

    • Humor; Storytelling;
    • Malcolm Johnson tells some religious jokes to a small group of people in Mountain Empire Community College in Big Stone Gap, Virginia. Malcolm is a Wise County native.
    • I've Got that Old Time Religion

    • Singing; Spirituals; Pianos; Radio;
    • The Granite City Four sing a Christian gospel song. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB (Galax). This was originally recorded on acetate disks, and now is considerably warped.


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