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Dates: 1908, Undated
Abstract The Cacapaon (Capon) Healing Water Promotional Material includes a mailing envelope with advertisement text of Cacapaon (Capon) healing water, found in Capon Springs, West Virginia.
Abstract This collection contains a ledger with the business records of the Calcium Sulphide Corporation of Damascus, Virginia for the years of April 1930-1938.
Abstract This collection consists of a CD of scanned black and white photographs digitally joined to make a panorama photograph of the employees of Caldwell Furniture Company, Lenoir, North Carolina in 1938. There is also an archival copy of the photographs.
Overview This collection contains the personal papers of C.P. and Martha G. Calloway. It includes materials related to genealogy and history of the Calloway Family, Watauga County history, the retirement of Martha Calloway, and class reunions of the Appalachian High School classes of 1947 and 1948.
Dates: circa 1860-2000
Abstract This is a letter from Camden Sommers, Clarksburg, West Virginia, on 'The County Mail and Advertiser' letterhead to Robert M. Ramsburg, Frederick City, MD, dated November 18, 1897.
Dates: November 18, 1897
Abstract Materials in the Camp Catawba and Vera Lachmann Papers cover the operation of a summer camp for boys from 1944 to 1970. Also featured are materials related to the camp's founder Vera Lachmann, a poet and educator of German-Jewish background who sought refuge in the United States at the beginning of World War II. The collection contains information on Camp Catawba's history, correspondence with campers and counselors, poetry composed by Lachmann, Lachmann's personal correspondence, and ephemera...
Dates: 1943-2014, undated
Abstract This collection contains an informational booklet about the all-girls camp, Camp Strawderman in Columbia Furnace, Virginia from 1943. Along with this is a letter home from a Miss Frances Summers, who lived in Kings Mountain, North Carolina, dated July 14, 1939, and a blank application card.
Abstract Camp Yonahlossee was a summer camp for young women founded in 1922. The camp operated until the late 1980s. This collection features materials related to camp life, administration, and history. There are extensive photographs and scrapbooks which illustrate the experience of Camp Yonahlossee from its earliest years in the 1920s until its close in the 1980s.
Dates: 1925-2002, undated
Dates: circa 1990's-2014, undated
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
Carl V. Eskridge, Souvenir Folder, "John Douglass Memorial Wayside Park, and the Story of John Douglass, Pioneer Indian Scout",
Carl Wilson Musser, Sr., The Lutheran Church in the Great Valley of Virginia until 1776, Seminar Paper,
Abstract This collection is a seminar paper written by Carl Musser entitled, The Lutheran Church in the Great Valley of Virginia until 1776, circa 1950, as required for his History 271 completion at George Washington University.
Dates: circa 1950
Abstact The Carlton and Charles Haney Papers contain materials related to the personal and professional life of Bluegrass and Country music promoter Carlton Haney. Included within the collection are personal papers, financial records, materials on the production and publicity of music festivals, contracts with performers, and publicity photographs of various Bluegrass and Country music entertainers. The papers contain financial, editorial, and subscription information about music publications published...
Dates: 1947-2011, undated
Abstract This collection consists of black & white photographs by Carol Oliff of people and places around Meat Camp, Watauga County, North Carolina while she was attending Appalachian State University in 1977. Most photos have a description and date on backs. There are also 11 color slides of scenery in Watauga County.
Abstract The Carolinas Communication Association is an organization for communications professionals in North and South Carolina. The records include the journal publications, meeting minutes, financial records, membership information, constitutional revisions, annual convention information, and member correspondence of the organization.
Dates: 1950-2011, undated; Majority of material found within 1973 - 1987
Scope and Contents Materials related to the Carolinas Symposium on British Studies. Materials include meeting minutes, membership information, correspondence, financial data, annual minutes, and articles of incorporation.
Abstract Carolyne Jane Hamlin Badgett graduated from Appalachian State Teachers College with a B.S. degree in 1961. She taught in Winston-Salem, North Carolina until 1965. After taking time off, she took a teaching job at Dobson Elementry School in Surry County, North Carolina, where she remained until her retirement in 1996. This collection consists of photocopies letters written to Carolyne Hamlin Badgett during her freshman year of college at ASTC.
Abstract Caslon Types in the United States Letter is an one page letter dated 1968 found in Caslon Types in the United States. Presumably Caslon Types in the United States author Richard Hopkins wrote it. It is addressed to "Ed" and discusses the merits of AAPA (American Amateur Press Association) and NAPA (National Association of Press Agencies).
Abstract The Cassie M. Robinson Papers consist of two papers from her Appalachian Studies graduate courses. They are entitled "Tabernacle Baptist Church: 'The Friendly Little Church by the Road' " and "Community Studies in the Toe River Valley."
Abstract The Catherine J. Smith Gallery is located in Farthing Auditorium, on the campus of Appalachian State University. It hosts both original and traveling art exhibitions. This collection consists mainly of correspondence regarding the organization of exhibitions.
Dates: 1991-1994; Majority of material found within 1991 - 1994
Abstract The collection contains photographs of a shawl reportedly worn by Catherine Marlowe at a ball given for George Washington's officers at Yorktown. The shawl descended through the Wiles family who were the grandchildren of Catherine Marlowe.
Abstract This collection holds a postcard-sized printed poem, "St. Peter Said, 'That's Good Enough' and He Walked On Through." It was printed as a memento for Cathy Smith Bowers induction as Poet Laureate of North Carolina in 2010.
Abstract This collection houses various drafts with edit notes from Cecelia Conway's "Colonializing Appalachian (or Slashing the Homemade Quilt) in Denise Giardina's 'Storming Heaven'", written in the mid to late 1990's, and videos of Ora Watson's performances of Appalachian mountain music in 1992.
Dates: 1992-1999, undated
Abstract The Celo Community Collection consist of 4 items about the intentional community located in the Black Mountains of Yancey County, North Carolina. These documents detail the origins of the Celo Community from its residents' perspective during the 1950s and the 1960s.
Dates: 1950-1966, undated
Abstract The Centennial Campaign at Appalachian State University was a yearlong event in 1999, to celebrate the hundred year anniversary of the founding of the institution. The Centennial Campaign Records contain planning and administrative documents, publications, ephemera, and photo scans concerning the Centennial Campaign and celebration.
Dates: 1899-1999; Majority of material found in 1999 - 1999
Centennial of the Joining of the Eastern and Western Parts of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Track as a Continuous Railroad Papers,
Abstract The Centennial of the Joining of the Eastern and Western Parts of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Track as a Continuous Railroad contains a flyer advertisement and three newspaper articles about the joining of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad track, all dated December 1952. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad track ran continuously from Baltimore, Maryland to Wheeling, West Virginia.
Abstract The records of the Center for Appalachian Studies, located at Appalachian State University, gives some history of the Center, its functions, its projects, and key people in its operations. The Center's records gives evidence of the activities that seek to encourage to study and invest in the region and its social, economic, and cultural development.
Dates: 1942-2004, undated
- Boone (N.C.) 57
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. 41
- Universities and Colleges -- Departments 36
- Photographic prints 34
- Universities and colleges -- Administration 32
- Watauga County (N.C.) 31
- Students. 27
- Appalachian State University 18
- Oral histories 16
- Meetings 15
- Planning 15
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 15
- Ashe County (N.C.) 13
- Photograph collections 13
- Railroads. 13
- Appalachian Region 11
- Committees 11
- Folk music -- Appalachian Region, Southern. 11
- Genealogy & local history 11
- Associations, institutions, etc. 10 ∧ less
- Appalachian State University. Baptist Campus Ministry of the High Country 1
- Appalachian State University. Baptist Student Union 1
- Comer, James Vann 1
- Crigger, Helen 1
- Richardson, Malissa C. 1