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    • Devil Anse Hatfield and family

    • Group Portraits; Families; Country Life
    • Group portrait of the Hatfield Family. Photo was taken in 1897. Top row, from left to right Rosa Lee Hatfield (daughter of Anderson), Detroit 'Troy' Hatfield (son of Anderson), Betty Hatfield (Caldwell) (daughter of Anderson), Elias Hatfield (son...
    • Just as the Son Went Down

    • Songs--Appalachian Region; Songs, English--Kentucky; Carpenter, Nora; Just as the Son Went Down;
    • Song sung and recorded by Nora Carpenter at her home in Salyersville, Maggoffin County, Kentucky 07-08-72.
    • Hyltons create haystack

    • Agriculture; Fences; Equipment
    • Newton Hylton and his son Albert make a large haystack in a field. Albert Hylton stands on top of the haystack next to a long wooden pole stuck in the ground in the center of the hay. Newton Hylton throws hay up to his son using a pitchfork. ...
    • Father and son stack hay

    • Agriculture; Equipment
    • Newton Hylton stands in a hay field, pitching hay onto a tall haystack with a pitchfork. His son Albert Hylton stands on top of the haystack, also holding a pitchfork, ready to put the loose hay into place. Part of a larger series of photos on...
    • Portrait of Thomas Anglin

    • men; portraits
    • Portrait of W. Thomas Anglin. On back of photograph reads at the very top "Tom Anglin" in dark ink. On Direct Backside to photo reads in fairly legible pencil, "W. Thomas Anglin Tom Anglin [Cursive, perhaps Signature] donor in 1929 athletic...
    • 1943 Tusculana

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • 148th Harvest
    • fiddles and son (talking)

    • Interviews; Fiddle tunes--Appalachian Region;
    • Pee Wee Davis talks with Wayne Erbsen about his son, Jeff. Pee Wee was born in 1924 near Marion, North Carolina. Wayne teaches Appalachian music at Warren Wilson College. Hal Peek also takes part in this interview.
    • John P. Roger, M.D.

    • School superintendents;
    • The Asheville Farm School superintendent from 1907 - 1917. Dr. Roger served as physician to the school and neighbors in the valley. He was from Canada; he left when his son, who was fighting with British forces in World War I was injured and being...
    • H. Carlisle & Son Shell and Horn Jewelry Advertising Card

    • Advertising; Advertising cards; Bracelets; Combs; Hats; Horns (Animal); Maintenance & repair; Shells; Trade cards;
    • This is an advertising card for H. Carlisle & Son, manufacturers of shell and horn combs, bracelets, hat ornaments and fancy articles. Repairing of items was a specialty of the company. They were located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    • [Letter Opener, Compound View]

    • Office equipment & supplies; Handicraft
    • The letter opener is made out of a clear light yellow horn. The letter opener has been hand-carved in a native design on one end. The whole design of the letter opener is in a curving fashion. It was collected in Asia by Arthur Trentham when he was...
    • [Letter Opener Carving]

    • Office equipment & supplies; Handicraft
    • The letter opener is made out of a clear light yellow horn. The letter opener has been hand-carved in a native design on one end. The whole design of the letter opener is in a curving fashion. It was collected in Asia by Arthur Trentham when he was...
    • Sally Goodin'

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-03; Krack, Dara; Krack, Jake; Sally Goodin'; Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia;
    • Musical performance at the 2003 Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music
    • Rainy Day;

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-03; Krack, Jake; Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; Rainy Day;
    • Tune played by Jake Krack at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 10-25-2003. . Accompanied here by his mother Adare.
    • Sally Comin' In The Rye;

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-03; Krack, Jake; Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; Sally Comin' In The Rye;
    • Tune played by Jake Krack at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 10-25-2003. . Accompanied here by his mother Adare.

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