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    • Berea Quarterly, 1915-01 (January)

    • Periodicals, 1895-1916
    • Topics include an article about the women of the mountains (Mrs. Frost), an exposition by John Smith entitled "A Mountain Type" which tells the story of Berea student Mike Gabbard, and the beginnings of a social survey of the North Carolina...
    • Chimes, 1945

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • In the beginning of this year a small section is dedicated to the soldiers at Berea College on pages 7-8. A family portrait of President Hutchins’ family is shown in this year. A tribute is given to Mr. Herbert Fenn on page 20. The Fire...
    • Chimes, 1947

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year's annual contains some very fine writing, both in the Creative Writing Section and throughout the volume. (The running text throughout the volume was written by Dean Cadle and Jerry Crouch.) There is an exchange student in the Upper...
    • Chimes, 1951

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year the Day Law was eliminated and Berea College began to reestablish its inter-racial education program. This issue of the Chimes is dedicated to Dr. Elizabeth S. Peck. There are international students in the Upper Division this year: Carlos...
    • 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), the first black student accepted into the college after the discontinuation of the Day Law graduates. There was another group of international students in the graduating class of the Upper Division:...
    • Stories of Growing up in Eastern Kentucky

    • O’Tucks; Kentucky Wit and Humor; Clark, Billy C. (Billy Curtis); Storytelling-Kentucky; Storytelling--Appalachian Region; Kentucky-Authors; Authors-Kentucky; Authors-Appalachian Region, Southern;
    • (Photo by dailyindependent.com) Kentucky writer Billy C. Clark (1928-2004) tells stories of his eastern Kentucky upbringing during the 1930s and 1940s and how he portrays the region’s people and culture in his writing. He is speaking as the...
    • Pretty Polly (Spoken Introduction)

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Pretty Polly; Folk Songs--Kentucky; Oral History--Kentucky; Ledford, Lily May;
    • Lily May Ledford (Powell County, Kentucky) tells of her mother's oppinion of the murder ballad, Pretty Polly while performing at Berea College 1-24-80.
    • Oral History - Coon Creek Girls String Band

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Folk Songs--Kentucky; Oral History--Kentucky; Ledford, Lily May; Renfro Valley Barn Dance; Coon Creek Girls;
    • While performing at Berea College 1-24-80, Lily May Ledford (Powell County, Kentucky) tells of the formation in 1937 of the Coon Creek Girls string band which performed for many years as part of the Renfro Vally Barn Dance stage and radio shows.
    • Oral History - Coon Creek Girls String Band at the White House - Part 1

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Folk Songs--Kentucky; Oral History--Kentucky; Ledford, Lily May; Renfro Valley Barn Dance; Coon Creek Girls;
    • While performing at Berea College 1-24-80. Lily May Ledford (Powell County, Kentucky) tells of the Coon Creek Girls string band performing at the White House in 1939 for the King and Queen of England and President and Mrs. Roosevelt.
    • Oral History - Coon Creek Girls String Band at the White House - Part 2

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Folk Songs--Kentucky; Oral History--Kentucky; Ledford, Lily May; Renfro Valley Barn Dance;
    • While performing at Berea College 1-24-80. Lily May Ledford (Powell County, Kentucky) tells of the Coon Creek Girls string band performing at the White House in 1939 for the King and Queen of England and President and Mrs. Roosevelt.
    • Letter: Harold H. Johnston to "Homefolks", 14 August 1899

    • Berea College; Correspondence; Folk songs, English--Scotland; Folk songs, English--United States; Appalachian Region, Southern -- Songs and music; Ballads, English -- Appalachian Region, Southern; Appalachian Region, Southern -- History;...
    • This letter details Harold's time spent on the "Penniman Expedition." The letter provides a great deal of valuable insight into President Frost's focus on Appalachia.
    • Chimes, 1949

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year there is an exchange student in the Academy: Cleone Sparks from Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands. The Lion is featured once again in this issue. The Governors become the Student Council this year. The specialty band is called the Studio...
    • Oral History - Coon Creek Girls String Band at the White House - Part 3

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Folk Songs--Kentucky; Oral History--Kentucky; Ledford, Lily May; Renfro Valley Barn Dance;
    • While performing at Berea College 1-24-80. Lily May Ledford (Powell County, Kentucky) tells of the Coon Creek Girls string band performing at the White House in 1939 for the King and Queen of England and President and Mrs. Roosevelt.

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