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Appalachian Regional Articles and Student Papers collection

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Identifier: AC-878
Abstract This collection includes a variety of articles and student papers concerning the Appalachian Region collected by the librarians in the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection.
Dates: 1900-2005, undated

Carl Ross papers

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Identifier: AC-193
Abstract The Carl Ross Papers is a collection of Carl Ross' academic research and students papers, predominantly from his classes on Appalachian Culture and History. The collection includes extensive materials on the history and architecture of the Brinegar Cabin located on the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are also a number of materials related to Dr. Ross' passion for the Civil War and living history programs. A bulk of the collection is centered around Ross' interest in Appalachian Studies and his work...
Dates: 1866-1989, undated

Eric J. Olson papers

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Identifier: AC-903
Abstract The Eric J. Olson Papers houses the personal and professional collegiate and musical files of Dr. Eric J. Olson, former Appalachian Collection Librarian at Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina. This collection is the majority of the files from his office pertaining to the Collection, his musical career, his extensive audiovisual collection, and other papers accrued during his career.
Dates: 1893-2006, undated

Patricia Duane Beaver papers

 Collection
Identifier: AC-662
Abstract The Patricia Duane Beaver Papers contain a wealth of information about the conferences she attended, research on Appalachia, some family and personal mementos of travels as well as books, journals and oral histories relating to Appalachian Studies.
Dates: 1790-2013, undated

"Tomorrow's People" report

 Collection
Identifier: AC-207
Abstract Tomorrow's People Report is a 28 page report generated by the 1970 Conference on Appalachian Studies, sponsored by the Education and Youth Commissions of the Council of the Southern Mountains.
Dates: October 24-25, 1970