Abrams, William Amos
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of twenty black and white photographs from the 1983 Brown-Hudson Award Ceremony and are primarily of W. Amos Abrams and taken by David Huntley. According to Huntley, he attended the event with Willard Watson, the receipient the Brown-Hudson Award. Also in attendance with Huntley and Watson were Oral and Helen Watson, Cratis Williams, and Rogers Whitener.
The Margaret Ray Folger Folk Ballads Collection is a collection of original and copied ballads, songs, and poetry (circa 1900) of southern Appalachia, along with correspondence with and 1976 presentation notes, audiovisual recordings, and slides of Dr. Doc Abrams.
The Abrams Papers contains the papers and research of Appalachian State University English Professor and folksong scholar William Amos Abrams. It includes audio recordings including folksongs and presidential speeches from the 1940s, written folksongs and ballads, correspondence, speeches, and education notes. The audio recordings were recorded primarily in Watauga County. Digitized copies of ballads and folksongs are available online at Documenting Appalachia's "So Mote It Ever Be."