Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The Appalachian State University Oral History Projects, Audio Materials and Papers Collection is a mixture of audiocassettes from several oral history projects, conferences, and events, dating in the 1970s-1980s, some of which have been positively identified as to which project the interview is related while others are not. A few transcriptions, CD copies, and duplicates are also part of this collection.
Blowing Rock Historical Society Records consist of interviews of residents of Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The Blowing Rock Historical Society regularly conducts oral history interviews with Blowing Rock citizens. Subjects vary, but include growing up during the 1940s through 1970s, architecture, various church histories, bohemian culture, businesses, and family histories.
Freshman Seminar (now called First Year Seminar) was established at ASU in 1987 as a course to help students transition to college. The program operates within the University College, and all Appalachian students are required to take it. These records contain several VHS tapes pertaining to the history of Appalachian, as well as student papers, historical files, curriculum files and a file from the Educational Goals Task Force.
The Hasil Adkins Papers and Music collection contains printed interviews, photographs, discography, and recorded music of Hasil Adkins, the Wild Man from West Virginia, dated 1955-1996.
Jerry Pope and Rebecca Williams Papers consist of oral history interviews of twenty-five Watauga County, North Carolina residents. Jerry Pope and Rebecca Williams' Interdisciplinary Studies students produced oral history audio cassettes and respective transcripts for Pope/Williams' Fall 2001 semester course, "Through the Gates: Performances Ventures Into the Community."
The Luray Greene Rominger Oral History Interviews collection consists of two audio cassettes with the transcripts of interviews of Grace C. Wilkins and Lisa P. Bryan in 2001.
The Lynne Getz Student Papers consist of oral history interviews of Watauga County, North Carolina residents conducted by Getz's public history students at Appalachian State University from 1997 to 2001. Transcripts of all interviews are available.
The Soul of the People Oral History Project Records is a collection of three original taped oral histories of Watauga County, North Carolina residents, Paula Fink, Nora Percival, and Eleanor Church for an Appalachian History class in 2009.
The collection contains interviews and biographical information on individuals interviewed by University of North Carolina students in the mid-to-late 1970s. Most of the interviews were collected in the vicinity of Catawba County, North Carolina.
This collection is from Susan Pepper, Professor of Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University, that documents an oral history project in her class, AS/IDS 2410, in 2007 in which students interviewed people in the area, transcribed their recorded interviews, and wrote papers about the people and their interviews.
The "Watauga County Times...Past" Records is a collection of materials generated by members and contributors of the Watauga County Historical Society. This collection contains incomplete issues of the "Watauga County Times...Past" publication, duplicated and original photographs used and not used for the journal as well as additional information to Watauga County history and Watauga County Historical Society's organizational history.