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Appalachia Legacy Media Collection BCA 0247

Object Type: Folder
In Folder: Southern Appalachian Collections



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Video Recording

10/12/15, 12:47 AM

Video Recording

10/24/15, 3:14 PM

Video Recording

10/19/15, 10:07 AM

Video Recording

10/19/15, 9:56 PM

Video Recording

10/25/15, 4:10 PM

Video Recording

10/16/15, 6:13 AM

Video Recording

10/12/15, 2:29 PM

Dub of USDA propaganda film from the 1940s: "Old Crafts: New Horizons." Includes Berea College campus scenes and activities, John C. Campbell Folk School and other craft revival programs

10/16/15, 7:09 PM

"The Hills Resound: The Music of Kentucky" narrated by Merle Travis. Jean Ritchie / Judy Hudson / Edna Ritchie / Floyd Baker / John Jacob Niles / Buell Kazee / George Tucker / Russell Brothers / Bill Williams / John Lozier / Ralph Marcum / Billy Edd Wheeler. TV DOCUMENTARY KET [1970s]

10/18/15, 5:44 PM

The Ravaged Land - 1971 - Describes problems of Appalachian Strip mining. Includes much commentary by Harry Caudill (John Wiley & Sons Film Library)

10/13/15, 3:26 PM

WHAS Reports - Lonesome Valleys of Kentucky 12-21-61. Includes commentary by Perley Ayer, Council of the Southern Mountains, Leslie County Judge George Wooton and unidentified coal miners from eastern Kentucky. Also fragment of a President John F. Kennedy weekly news conference where he is commenting about Steel industry pricing issues. Brief commentary by CBS newsman Harry Reasoner. (2 inch Quadruplex Original)

10/27/15, 3:55 PM

INTERVIEW: Wilma Dykeman by Jim Wayne Miller 10-1-73. Discussion of Return the Innocent Earth and other writings. Produced by Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY (See Also WD's RG 9 Collection and her folder in the Appalachian Biography Vertical File)

10/15/15, 2:34 PM

Literature of Appalachia: Wilma Dykeman Stokley 5-12-83, Knoxville, TN. Part of series Appalachia in Perspective produced by the James R. Stokely Institute for Liberal Arts Education. (n.p. - n.d.) (See Also WD's RG 9 Collection) (Mt. 302.74 L766) (Shelved with other Mountain Videos)

10/18/15, 11:36 AM

Berea College Convocation 4-16-92: Wilma Dykeman Stokley reading from her Explorations and The Tall Woman with wide ranging remarks on the themes of "discipline and freedom" and "imagination and reality." (See Also WD's RG 9 Collection)

10/14/15, 3:09 AM

History of Appalachia: Wilma Dykeman Stokley 5-12-83, Knoxville, TN. Part of series Appalachia in Perspective produced by the James R. Stokely Institute for Liberal Arts Education. (n.p. - n.d.) (See Also WD's RG 9 Collection) (Mt. 302.74 H673) (Shelved with other Mountain Videos)

10/20/15, 5:30 PM

Mountain Maternal Health League 50th Anniversary Dinner 10-21-86. Main speaker - Wilma Dykeman. Includes numerous persons instrumental in the organization's founding, operation at the time, financial and community support. Some of these are Louise and Francis Hutchins, Eleanor Churchill, Julia Stammer, Dr. A.S. Holms, Betty Olinger, and Bill Suters. SEE ALSO Mountain Maternal Health League Collection SAA 53 (See Also WD's RG 9 Collection and her folder in the Appalachian Biography Vertical File)

10/17/15, 7:34 PM

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