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    • Hog-Eyed Man

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Hog-Eyed Man;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded 9-18-37 in Hazard, Perry County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.
    • Glory in the Meeting House

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Glory in the Metting House;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded 9-18-37 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax.
    • Hickory Jack

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Hickory Jack;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded September-October 1937 by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax in Perry County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • Black-Eyed Susie

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Black-Eyed Susie;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded September-October 1937 by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax in Perry County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • Hog Went Through the Fence Yoke and All

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Hog Went Through the Fence Yoke and All;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded September-October 1937 by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax in Perry County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • Last of Callahan

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Last of Callahan;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded September-October 1937 by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax in Perry County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • Last of Sizemore

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Strong, Luther; Last of Sizemore;
    • Fiddle tune played by Luther Strong and recorded September-October 1937 by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax in Perry County, Kentucky for the Library of Congress.
    • The Berea Alumnus, April 1965

    • Selma to Montgomery Rights March (1965 : Selma, Ala.); Civil rights -- United States;
    • This issue of the Berea Alumnus Magazine contains articles related to Berea's involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, including the march to Montgomery, as it was referred to on campus.
    • Chimes, 1940

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • Included in this volume is a record of the inauguration of President Francis S. Hutchins, to whom the 1940 Chimes is dedicated. A poem ("Cool Tombs") by commencement speaker, Carl Sandburg, begins the Creative Writing section. The Lower Division...
    • Memo from Richard Drake

    • Selma to Montgomery Rights March (1965 : Selma, Ala.);
    • A 1989 letter from professor and march attendee, Richard Drake, noting that an official published list omitted Frank Corbett as an attendee. Drake notes that Corbett was one of the orchestrators of the trip. Corbett later made a speech in Danforth...
    • Berea College Reporter, June 1893

    • Frost, William G. (William Goodell), 1854-1938; College Presidents -- Inauguration; Periodicals;
    • This issue of the Berea College Reporter contains the Inaugural Address of William Goodell Frost, beginning on page 2. Frost's address is the source of the famous "Telegraph and Spade" quote.

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