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    • Tusculana 1932

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Bill Williams: A Kentucky Songster - Research Guide

    • Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • A profile and archival audio of Bill Williams of Greenup, Kentucky. Bill was a retired railroad worker who performed for all walks of the local society for nearly 50 years. By John H. Bondurant
    • Hold On To God's Unchanging Hand

    • West, Don; Appalachian South Folklife Center; Appalachian South Folklife Festival; Hudson, Hosea; Hold On To God's Unchanging Hand; African American Music--Georgia; African American Music--Alabama;
    • Song sung by Hosea Hudson during the Appalachian South Folklife Festival in Pipestem, West Virginia on July 20th 1979.
    • I'm Gonna See My Friends Again

    • West, Don; Appalachian South Folklife Center; Appalachian South Folklife Festival; Hudson, Hosea; I'm Gonna See My Friends Again; African American Music--Georgia; African American Music--Alabama;
    • Song sung by Hosea Hudson during the Appalachian South Folklife Festival in Pipestem, West Virginia on July 20th 1979.
    • There's A Light Shining In Heaven For Me

    • West, Don; Appalachian South Folklife Center; Appalachian South Folklife Festival; Hudson, Hosea; there's A Light Shining In Heaven For Me; African American Music--Georgia; African American Music--Alabama;
    • Song sung by Hosea Hudson during the Appalachian South Folklife Festival in Pipestem, West Virginia on July 20th 1979.
    • John St. John, mother (talking)

    • Blues music; Interviews; Fiddle music; Mouth organs;
    • Fred Galliher talks with Vaughan Webb about a railroad worker who played guitar and harmonica for the workers. He also talks about his mother's harp playing. Fred plays harmonica, guitar, fiddle, and banjo. He is a first cousin of Hobart Smith...
    • 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.
    • In China

    • Photographs; Women;
    • "This photo of a retired worker in contemporary China is a black and white reproduction of one of the 104 color prints in the exhibition, 'In China: Photographs by Eve Arnold' on view at the Department of Energy's American Museum of Science and...

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