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    • Chimes, 1956

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • The international students in the senior class this year are: Hwei-Hsien Cheng from Nanking, China, Harry Cho from Seoul, Korea, Irene Chu from Shanghai, China, Kak-Choong Kim from Seoul, Korea, and David Zook from Tehuacan, Pueblo, Mexico. Clubs...
    • Give the Fiddler a Dram; (Key A, EAEA tuning)

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Fiddle Tunes--Indiana; Hill, Elijah; Give the Fiddler a Dram; Little Boy Working on the Road;
    • Fiddle tune played by Elijah Hill with guitar by Paul Hill and recorded by family members in Henry County, Indiana about 1965.
    • Oral History Interview With Peggy Stanaland

    • Berea College--Basketball--History; Basketball--Kentucky--Berea; Basketball for Women--Kentucky--Berea; Women basketball players--Kentucky--Berea; Oral History--Berea College
    • Oral history interview with Peggy Stanaland recorded by Tom Chase on October 21, 2008. Ms Stanaland taught physical education, and coached and officiated women’s basketball at several Kentucky colleges from 1954 through the 1990s.
    • Alone

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; African American Music; Radio Programs--Alabama;
    • Hymn from The Colored Sacred Harp sung by Dewey Williams Sacred Harp Singers on WOZK 900 AM radio program in Ozark, AL.
    • St. Anne's Jig

    • CTM-75; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music; St. Anne's Jig; Fraley, J.P.;
    • Video of performance by J.P. Fraley, accompanied by Annadeene Fraley, at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 10-25-75.
    • Down the Road

    • Folk Songs--Kentucky; Couch Family; Couch, Jim; Banjo Music--Kentucky; Down the Road
    • Song sung and played on banjo by Jim Couch and recorded in Harlan County, Kentucky by Leonard Roberts [1954].
    • Rocky Road Blues

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Harrod, John; Kentucky Wild Horse; Rocky Road Blues; CTM-05;
    • Song sung and played by John Harrod and the Kentucky Wild Horse Band at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music, October 29, 2005.
    • Rocky Road To Dublin

    • Rollyson, Fern; Morris, David; Fiddle Tunes--West Virginia; Rocky Road To Dublin; Wilson, Douglas;
    • Tune played by Wilson Douglas and recorded by David Morris and Fern Rollyson in West Virginia in the early 1960s.
    • Georgia Road

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Walker, Sammy; Georgia Road;
    • Fiddle tune played by Sammy Walker and recorded by Bruce Greene in Barren County Kentucky 11-6-75.
    • Riders in Cars

    • Selma to Montgomery Rights March (1965 : Selma, Ala.); Civil rights -- United States;
    • This paper details rules and regulations for those riding to the march in cars. The do NOT apply to those riding in the bus.
    • Chimes, 1939

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • The Creative Writing section appears for the third year in this volume and includes a wood cut illustration by Mabel Henderson, '39. This Chimes features a picture of the Berea College Cabinet with a full list of the deans. There were five deaths...
    • Don't This Road Look Rough And Rocky

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-99; York Family; Don't This Road Look Rough And Rocky;
    • Song sung by the York Family at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 5-15-99.
    • History of Berea College Library

    • Berea College -- Library -- History
    • This is a history of the Berea College Library from 1870-1980. It discusses the many different changes that occurred in the library over the years. Also, it explains the transitions between librarians and buildings. The history tells of both the...
    • Chimes, 1953

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This was the year that Jessie M. Reasor (Zander), graduated. Zander was the first black student to graduate after the discontinuation of the Day Law. There was another group of international students in the graduating class of the Upper Division:...


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