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"A History of the Appalachian Collection" Oral History tapes

Identifier: AC-545

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of eleven audiocassettes of oral histories Barry B. Baker conducted about the history of the W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection. His research resulted in his paper "The History of the Appalachian Collection" in 1979. The interviews were conducted in March and April 1979 with individuals who were strongly associated with the Appalachian Collection: Richard T. Barker, Zeb Shook, William Leonard Eury, Cratis Williams, Eric Olsen, Al Corum, Charlotte Ross, William Plemmons, Audrey Hartley, Judy Cornett, and Norma Murphy.


  • 1979 March-April


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0.3 Linear Feet (11 audiocasettes in a shared box)

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Related Materials

Baker's paper has been cataloged and is available (LD175.A40k B29).

"A History of the Appalachian Collection" Oral History tapes
Kim Sims
November 2022
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Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository