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This collection consists of papers, reports, booklets, maps, and articles on the Conference on Appalachian Development, held by the graduate students of Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of Princeton University in March 1964, meeting along with social scientists and public officials to evaluate the Report to the President by the Appalachian Regional Commission.
This collection contains a pamphlet entitled "They Shall Not Pass," published by the Conical Roller Cattle Guards Corporation to advertise its cattle guard. The patented device served to keep cattle from standing on railroad tracks. It also includes two photographs of the cattle guard.
This collection consists of three items: an advertisement card highlighting the spring water in Connelly Spring (1886), the Connelly Springs Company Prospectus (1891), and a booklet highlighting the town, the water, and the local hotel (1890).
The Cook Family Land Deeds contain three land deeds dating 1793, 1796, and 1844. The 1793 land deed concerns the land acquisition for the Three Forks Baptist Church in Alexander County; the 1796 land deed is for land in Wilkes County; and the 1844 land deed is for land in Ashe County.
The Cornett Family Papers contains historical legal documents, deeds, and receipts from various members of the Cornett Family and others of Grayson County, Virginia and surrounding areas dating prior to, during, and after the Civil War.
This collection consists of a broadside produced by Robert H. Gerke of Marietta, Ohio. The broadside describes the creation of a formula to cure coughs. Gerke advertises his remedy and shares formulas for an herb tea remedy for colds and grip as well as for Musterine for colds and pains in the chest. The broadside is dated circa 1911.
Council Cooke Papers consists of Appalachian State Teachers College memorabilia. This collection contains a 1940 Appalachian State Teachers College diploma, 1930s era newspapers, and Appalachian State Teachers College tickets and play programs.
The Council on Appalachian Women records contain agendas, issues of Appalachian Women Magazine, minutes, newsletters, memoranda, organizational info (bylaws, guidelines, membership application), Report of Nomination Committee, meeting programs, meeting registration forms, news releases, and reports.
Country Ham Photograph consists of two identical color 8" x 6" photographs of the bluegrass musical group, Country Ham. These photographs came with their album "Songs from the Blue Ridge Mountains", which was recorded January 29, 2005 in Major Recording Studio, Waynesboro, Virginia.
The Cove Creek, North Carolina Garage Oral History Project is the result of a class project in one of Dr. Lynne Getz's history classes, Fall 1997, involving the history of the Cove Creek, North Carolina Garage in Watauga County.
This collection is made up of two copies of a broadside titled "Cowles and Hackett at Boone." The broadside is of Thomas Bingham's report of a debate between Republican R. N. Hackett and Democrat Charles Cowles. Bingham was Clerk of the Watauga County Superior Court. The debate took place in Boone, North Carolina at the courthouse on September 14, 1908.
In this collection consists of one cardstock sepia photograph of the Cranberry Hotel in Cranberry, Mitchell County, North Carolina circa 1890. "Open all the Year" is handwritten on the bottom and signed "Compliments of Bertha Hahn" on the reverse. There are nine people seated and standing on the yard, two children on the fence, and several in the background on the porch of the hotel.
This collection contains correspondence between Cratis Williams and three of his close acquaintances, Walter Boone, Betsy Webster Schuchardt, and Maxine Hawks Thompson, dating between 1949 and 2003. The fourth folder contains Williams' eulogy he gave for David R. Hodgin, April 21, 1984.
The Cratis D. Williams Graduate School was established in 1948 providing a structure for the graduate courses that had been offered at Appalachian since 1942 under the auspices of the University of North Carolina. The Cratis D. Williams Graduate School and Research & Sponsored Programs Records can be divided into four main categories: records pertaining to the Graduate Council, administrative documents, Graduate Student Association Senate, and Research Proposals.
Materials in the Cratis D. Williams Papers cover the professional and private life of scholar and professor Cratis Williams, his studies in Appalachian literature, folklore and ballads, and the Appalachian Consoritum. The collection consists of materials related to Williams' work at Appalachian State University, academic and genealogical research, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings of folksongs and lectures, one VHS tape, two reels of microfilm, slides, and family memorabilia.
This collection contains recordings of the Memorial Service for Cratis Williams at Appalachian State University in 1985. Cratis Williams was a professor of English at Appalachian State University and is considered the father of Appalachian Studies.
The Cratis Williams Symposium Records is a collection of materials from and related to an Appalachian symposium held on April 7-9, 1976 honoring Cratis D. Williams of Appalachian State University.
This collection consists of a ledger kept by Cressler Ore Banks of customer names and charges at a mercantile store. It's dated 1880 April 3-October 29. A monthly running total of charges was kept, so it may have been the company who owned Cressler Ore Banks owed this mercantile for the company employees' charges. The balance was usually paid on the last day of the month.
This collection consists of a booklet entitled "Allegheny Mountains," dated 1884. The text primarily focuses on the mineral springs in Cresson, Pennsylvania. The back cover lists the distances and rates to Cresson from several cities, including St. Louis and New Orleans. The inside features an engraving of a hotel and the railroad.
The Crossnore School Papers consist of materials about and generated by the Crossnore School, a school opened by Dr. Mary Martin Sloop to teach mountain women how to weave in order to earn their own money. This collection contains twenty-two items, including a VHS tape, "Mountain of Hope for Children in Need, Crossnore School."
The CSX-Chessie-Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad-Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Collection contains CSX-Chessie-Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad-Baltimore and Ohio Railroad memorabilia and original documents about the railroads. Many documents are related to Yardmaster W.J. Weisgerber's appeal to his 15 day suspension for damage to Volkswagen automobiles.
CSX Transportation Calendars includes seven 22" x 34" calendars dating from 1987 to 1993. This collection provides insight into the merchandising practices of the CSX Transportation Railway.
This collection consists of one engraving of Cumberland Gap. The engraver was Samuel Valentine Hunt and is a reproduction of a painting by artist Harry Fenn. The engraving is dated circa 1872 and copyrighted by D. Appleton and Co. of New York.
The papers of Curtis "Curt" Williams (1890-1959), a farmer, fur and herb trader, unschooled veterinarian, and distiller of whiskey from Lawrence County, Kentucky. Williams operated a 150 acre farm between the Right and Left Forks of Caines Creek.
This collection consists of the notebooks of Cyrus C. Babb, who was a civil engineer, born in Maine, who lived in North Carolina, after working on various hydroelectric projects throughout the United States, circa 1930s.
This collection consists of one 3" x 5" card advertising the D. H. Anderson Glove Factory. Founded in 1874, it was located on South Loudon Street in Winchester, Virginia and was the manufacturer for "buck oil tan, sheep, goat, fine kids gloves, etc.."
This collection consists of three photographs: one 4"x5" of couple sitting before a rock (dated August 3, 1913), one 2"x4" of a large family with picnic (possibly a reunion, undated), and one of a young child identified as Frank Kitts, Jr. (undated). Each photographed is stamped on the back as being made by K. R. Kitts of North Tazewell, Virginia.
- Boone (N.C.) 46
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty. 37
- Universities and Colleges -- Departments 35
- Watauga County (N.C.) 35
- Universities and colleges -- Administration 30
- Photographic prints 26
- Appalachian State University--History--20th century. 22
- Students. 20
- Appalachian State University--Students 16
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. 16
- Appalachian State University -- Alumni and alumnae 15
- Oral histories 15
- Ashe County (N.C.) 14
- Appalachian State University 13
- Planning 13
- Railroads. 12
- Appalachian State University--Students--Social life and customs. 11
- Meetings 11
- Committees 10
- Folk music -- Appalachian Region, Southern. 10 ∧ less
- English 1027
- German 2
- Italian 2
- Cherokee 1
- Czech 1
- Appalachian State University 23
- Appalachian State Teachers College (N.C.) 18
- Appalachian State University. Library 18
- Unknown 13
- Beaver, Patricia D. 10
- Thomas, John Edwin 10
- Appalachian Training School for Teachers (N.C.) 9
- Durham, Harvey 9
- Appalachian State University. Center for Appalachian Studies 7
- Borkowski, Francis T. 7
- Dougherty, Blanford Barnard 7
- Norfolk and Western Railway Company 7
- Wey, Herbert W. 7
- Appalachian State University. Office of the Chancellor 6
- Appalachian State University. Reich College of Education 6
- Appalachian State University Foundation, Inc. 5
- Appalachian State University. Academic Policies and Procedures Committee 5
- Appalachian State University. Board of Trustees 5
- Appalachian State University. College of Fine and Applied Arts 5
- Appalachian State University. John A. Walker College of Business 5 ∧ less