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    • Say Old Man

    • Fiddle music;
    • Robert "Georgia Slim" Rutland plays solo fiddle. He learned most of his repetoir from listening to 78's of Clark Kessinger's fiddle playing. He was born near Tifton, Georgia in 1916.
    • [Let's Both Say We're Sorry Before We Say Goodby]

    • Asher and Little Jimmie (Radio Program); WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; Sizemore, Asher; Sizemore, James L. ""Little Jimmie""; [Let's Both Say We're Sorry...
    • Song played and sung by Asher and Little Jimmie Sizemore and recorded 04-05-40 by radio station, WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky.
    • Social Band #268 metre 1

    • Shape Note Singing;
    • Mennonites sing at an annual event at Weaver's Mennonite Church near Harrisonburg, Virginia. This is the 75th anniversary of the event. They are singing out of a book called Harmonia Sacra, first published by Joseph Funk in 1832. This event...
    • 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.
    • Lord Donald

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves, typewritten on the front sides. The document is in good physical condition. The upper half of the right edge of the first leaf is folded forward slightly. There are two pieces of clear adhesive tape along the right side of the second...
    • Say Old Man Can You Play the Fiddle

    • CTM-76; Fiddle Tunes--North Carolina; Banjo Music--North Carolina; Hunter, Tommy; Best, Carroll; Say Old Man Can You Play the Fiddle;
    • Fiddle tune played by Tommy Hunter accompanied on banjo by Carroll Best and recorded at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-30-76.
    • What'd I Say

    • What'd I Say; Garrett, Robert "Bud"; Blues Music--1971-1980; Afro-Americans; Music--Tennessee; Guitar Music--Tennessee;
    • Song sung and played on Guitar by Bud Garrett and recorded at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 11-03-84.
    • Its So Hard to Say Gooby to Yesterday

    • Its So Hard to Say Gooby to Yesterday; Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers; Gospel Songs--Kentucky; Afro-Americans; Music;
    • Song sung by the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers and recorded at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-95.
    • Say Old Man Can You Play the Fiddle

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Renfro Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention; Say Old Man Can You Play the Fiddle; Forrester, Howdy;
    • Fiddle tune played at the 1974 Renfro Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention
    • 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
    • Barbra Allen

    • ballads;
    • Three leaves, handwritten in black ink on the front sides. The document is in fairly good physical condition. There are staple holes in the upper left corners of each leaf and a small hole in the center of the top of each leaf. There has been a...
    • Naoma Wise

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves, handwritten in pencil on both sides of each leaf. The document is in good physical condition. Asheville Chamber of Commerce headers are at the top of the reverse side of each leaf. The ballad "Short Life Trouble" precludes "Naoma Wise"...
    • 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.
    • Hatcher Hotel 19/20

    • hotels; sayings; rural areas
    • Mr. Hatcher spent time writing sayings and stories about local history and folk lore on the walls of his hotel. The Hatcher Hotel was located on Main St. in Pikeville, KY.
    • Tusculana 1927

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • This yearbook belonged to Jewell Smith, class of 1930 (Mrs. Ralph Linfoot). There are many inscriptions contained within the yearbook that document Jewell's Freshman year at TC.


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