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    • So Freely, Lord

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    • These recordings along with those of Blind Jim Howard made in Harlan County on the same recording trip are the earliest of John and Alan Lomax’s Kentucky Recordings. Mr. Vowell’s voice quality suggests that he was probably up in years at the time...
    • Chimes, 1934

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • A Memoriam was written in honor of Dean Cloyd N. McAllister who died this year. William H. Walker retired during the year. This year boasts the creation of the International Relations Club, Alpha Psi Omega, Christian Endeavor, and a female version...
    • Chimes, 1938

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year the college divisions were renamed; instead of it being Berea College and The Academy, they are now the “Upper Division” and “Lower Division”. A woodcut illustration by Frank Long ("The Sawers") is included in this volume. The Creative...
    • Two Little Johnnies

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    • These recordings along with those of Blind Jim Howard made in Harlan County on the same recording trip are the earliest of John and Alan Lomax’s Kentucky Recordings. Mr. Vowell’s voice quality suggests that he was probably up in years at the time...
    • [Sixteen Coal Black Horses]

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Howard, Peachie; [Sixteen Coal Black Horses];
    • Song sung and played on banjo by Peachie Howard and recorded by Bruce Greene in Magoffin County, Kentucky 3-3-77.
    • Coal Creek

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Campbell, Manon; Coal Creek;
    • Fiddle tune played by Manon Campbell and recorded by Bruce Greene in Letcher County, Kentucky 2-10-77.
    • Coal Harbor Bend

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Campbell, Manon; Coal Harbor Bend;
    • Fiddle tune played by Manon Campbell and recorded by Bruce Greene in Letcher County, Kentucky 2-10-77.
    • Coal Harbor Bend

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Campbell, Manon; Coal Harbor Bend;
    • Fiddle tune played by Manon Campbell and recorded by Bruce Greene in Letcher County, Kentucky [1980].
    • Chimes, 1943

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year's annual is dedicated to the college's Labor Program. Berea gained an international student in the Upper Division this year: Thomas M. Okuma from Honolulu, Hawaii. The International Relations Organization split into three groups this...
    • Coal Tattoo

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-07; Thompson, Deborah; Coal Tattoo; Wheeler, Billy Ed;
    • Song played by Deborah thompson at the Celebration of Traditional Music on 10-20-07
    • Coal Creek March

    • Banjo Music--North Carolina; Stalcup, J. Roy; Coal Creek March;
    • J. Roy Stalcup playing banjo, singing, and talking about banjo tunings and the sources of his repertoire. Recorded by Lee Knight at Martin's Creek, Cherokee County North Carolina on 2-4-79.
    • We'll Be Happy In the Kingdom

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    • These recordings were made at various times by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle, beginning about 1935 when Molly was 55 and extended over a four year period into 1939. Heard as well are her younger half-brother and sister, Jim Garland and...
    • Will the Waters Be Chilly

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    • These recordings were made at various times by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle, beginning about 1935 when Molly was 55 and extended over a four year period into 1939. Heard as well are her younger half-brother and sister, Jim Garland and...
    • The Ship That's Sailing High

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    • These recordings were made at various times by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle, beginning about 1935 when Molly was 55 and extended over a four year period into 1939. Heard as well are her younger half-brother and sister, Jim Garland and...
    • Trouble at the Coal Creek Mines

    • CTM-75; Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music; Folk Song--Kentucky; Trouble at the Coal Creek Mines; Hopkins, Doc;
    • Video of performance by Doc Hopkins at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 10-25-75.
    • Ida Red

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    • These recordings were made at various times by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle, beginning about 1935 when Molly was 55 and extended over a four year period into 1939. Heard as well are her younger half-brother and sister, Jim Garland and...

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