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    • Blue Eyed Gal

    • Rollyson, Fern; Morris, David; Blue Eyed Girl; Blue Eyed Gal; Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss; Banjo Music--West Virginia;
    • Tune played by unidentified banjoist and recorded by David Morris and Fern Rollyson in West Virginia in the early 1960s.
    • Western Country [With Clogging]

    • West, Don; Appalachian South Folklife Center; Appalachian South Folklife Festival; Cork Lickers; String Band; Vannoy, Mack; Adams, Gil; Palmer, Rick; Adams, Mark; Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss; Blue Eyed Gal; Western Country;
    • Song played by the Cork Lickers during the Appalachian South Folklife Festival in Pipestem, West Virginia on July 20th 1979.
    • The Southern Mountaineer

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    • Written by William G. Frost, former Berea College president, this small book describes the Appalachian region's relative isolation from much of the progress of society because of the natural barrier of mountains and the lack of a major waterway....
    • Gal on the Log

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Gal on the Log; Phelps, Jake;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Phelps and recorded by Bruce Greene in Todd County, Kentuck 8-22-65.
    • Fly Around the Pretty Little Miss

    • Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; George, Frank; Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss;
    • Fiddle tune played by Frank George and accompanied by David O'dell at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10/30/76.
    • I Left My Gal in the Mountains

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Bingham, Estill; I Left My Gal in the Mountains;
    • Fiddle tune played by Estill Bingham and recorded by Bob Butler [1986-1987] in Bell County, Kentucky.
    • Blue Eyed Gal; Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss;

    • Celebration Of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-13; Iron Leg Boys; Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; Blue Eyed Gal; Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss; Hill,Becky;
    • Song played by Iron Leg Boys at the Celebration of Traditional Music in Berea (Madison County), Kentucky.
    • Prettiest Little Gal in the County-O

    • CTM-75; Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Banjo Music--Kentucky; Prettiest Little Gal in the County-O; Gregory, W.L.; Davenport, Clyde;
    • Video of performance by W.L. Gregory and Clyde Davenport at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 10-25-75.
    • Alabama Gal

    • CTM-74; Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Contry Songs--Kentucky; Martin, Asa; Lane, Burt; Moore, Eddie; Alabama Gal;
    • Video of performance by Asa Martin, Burt Lane, and Eddie Moore at the 1974 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 11-09-74.
    • Prettiest Gal in the County O

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Phelps, W.L. (Jake); Prettiest Gal in the County O;
    • Fiddle tune played by W.L. (Jake) Phelps and recorded by Bruce Greene in Todd County, Kentucky 4-2-73.
    • My Lovin' Gal Lucille (Blue Yodel No.2)

    • West, Don; Appalachian South Folklife Center; Appalachian South Folklife Festival; Hotmud Family; Thomas, Suzanne; Good, Rick; Edmundson, Dave; My Lovin' Gal Lucille; Blue Yodel No.2;
    • Song played by the Hotmud Family during the Appalachian South Folklife Festival in Pipestem, West Virginia on July 20th 1979.
    • Zeb Turney's Gal

    • Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky; WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky.); Zeb Turney's Gal; Coon Hunter (Grady Warren);
    • Song sung by the Coon Hunter (Grady Warren) on the Kentucky Play Party radio program on WHAS, Louisville, Kentucky 11-11-39
    • Chimes, 1937

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • A woodcut illustration by Frank Long and five Doris Ulmann photos are included in this volume. The Creative Writing section debuts in this year's annual. This year boasted the school’s first two foreign exchange students; Toshiko Katsumata, from...
    • Has Anybody Seen My Gal

    • Banjo Music; Smoak, Jim; Allen, Brian; Has Anybody Seen My Gal; Berea College Sound Archives Fellowships;
    • Tune played on banjo by Jim Smoak accompanied by Brain Allen on guitar. Recorded 1-9-14 in Pekin, Indiana by Joe O'Connell as part of his Berea College Sound Archives Fellowship project to document Jim Smoak's music career.
    • Left My Gal In the Mountains

    • Renfro Valley Country Store (Radio Program); Radio Programs--Kentucky; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; WHAS (Radio Station: Louisville, Ky); Berhens, Jerry; Left My Gal In the Mountains;
    • Songsung by Jerry Berhens on the Renfro Valley Country Store radio program in 1951
    • Westfork Gal

    • Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; Douglas, Wilson; Westfork Gal; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Fiddle Tune played by Wilson Douglas and recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky 1973.
    • Kerr Home Canning Book

    • Cookbooks;
    • The Kerr Home Canning book is forty-three pages and was released by the Glass Manufacturing Corporation circa 1920. It serves to advertise the advantages of using Kerr jars and products. Recipes for the open kettle method are outlined, as well as...

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