NCCU-Workshop 2017 NC Jukebox Singers and Songs MASTER LIST
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TapeCDSourceStatus (split and labeled?)Posted?TrackProcessedByTltleSingerDateLocationFileNameDukeBox LocationFCB Published Volume/PageTranscribed Field Notes and Other Info
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO101 The Rambling BoyMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO202 The Hog DroversMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO303 The Silver Merchant's DaughterMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO404 Zion's ShipMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO505 Tom Dula (same verse twice)Mrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO606 One Morning In MayMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO707 When Young Men Go A-CourtingMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO808 Seven Years SongMrs. Myra Barnett Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs. Myra Barnett Miller, 7-22-1936 of Tuckaseege, NC. She was born near Lenoir (see notes on biographical card and Brown 1, L2) Songs 1-8
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO909 The Little FamilyMrs. Leaner Wilson,8/1/1936Zionville, NCMrs. Leaner Wilson, August 1936
Silverstone (P.O. Zionville, NC)
Songs 9-12 - specific date in field notes?
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1010 The Gambling ManMrs. Leaner Wilson,8/1/1936Zionville, NCMrs. Leaner Wilson, August 1936
Silverstone (P.O. Zionville, NC)
Songs 9-12 - specific date in field notes?
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1111 In The ValleyMrs. Leaner Wilson,8/1/1936Zionville, NCMrs. Leaner Wilson, August 1936
Silverstone (P.O. Zionville, NC)
Songs 9-12 - specific date in field notes?
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1212 The Maid And The PriestMrs. Leaner Wilson,8/1/1936Zionville, NCMrs. Leaner Wilson, August 1936
Silverstone (P.O. Zionville, NC)
Songs 9-12 - specific date in field notes?
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1313 Oh Brother Greene Come To Me (War Song)M.M. Greene9/11/1939Zionville, NCM.M. Greene (age 86), 9-11-1939 [Field notes read: Manly Greene and state that he
would turn 86 on October 4, 1939]
Rt 1 Zionville, NC
Songs 13-14
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1414 The Orphan GirlM.M. Greene9/11/1939Zionville, NCM.M. Greene (age 86), 9-11-1939 [Field notes read: Manly Greene and state that he would turn 86 on October 4, 1939] Rt 1 Zionville, NC Songs 13-14
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1515 The F.V.V.M.M. Greene9/11/1939Zionville, NC38.568sM.M. Greene (age 86), 9-11-1939 [Field notes read: Manly Greene and state that he would turn 86 on October 4, 1939] Rt 1 Zionville, NC Songs 13-14
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1616 Wake Up You Drowsy Sleeper (The Silver Dagger)M.M. Greene9/11/1939Zionville, NCM.M. Greene (age 86), 9-11-1939 [Field notes read: Manly Greene and state that he would turn 86 on October 4, 1939] Rt 1 Zionville, NC Songs 13-14
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1717 (unidentified song)M.M. Greene9/11/1939Zionville, NCM.M. Greene (age 86), 9-11-1939 [Field notes read: Manly Greene and state that he would turn 86 on October 4, 1939] Rt 1 Zionville, NC Songs 13-14
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Tape 1 L1Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1818 Pretty Fair Maid (7 year song, The Broken Token. Had not sung in 35 years)M.M. Greene9/11/1939Zionville, NCM.M. Greene (age 86), 9-11-1939 [Field notes read: Manly Greene and state that he would turn 86 on October 4, 1939] Rt 1 Zionville, NC Songs 13-14
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1919 The Golden Willow Tree (vanity)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2020 The Lass of Loch Royal (Who will shoe your pretty little feet)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2121 Seven Years Song (mike [sic] too close)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2222 Young JohnnieMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2323 Wagoner's Lad (defective at beginning)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2424 Sweet Willie (Douglas tragedy, defective in middle)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2525 House Carpenter (defective in middle)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2626 House Carpenter (no defect)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2727 Six Fair MaidsMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2828 Our Goodman (Good wife, Kind wife)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2929 Lord LovelMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO3030 Romish LadyMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO3131 The Brown Girl (Lord Thomas & Fair Annet)Mrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO3232 Old Joe ClarkMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO3333 Cripple CreekMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 L2Access CD 1bro71_71_153_001_L2_pres9624.wavNONO3434 The Johnson BoysMrs. Myra Barney Miller7/22/1936Tuckaseege, NCMrs Myra Barney Miller (Born 8 miles from Lenoir, on North Prong of King’s Creek) 7-22-1936 Sung at Tuckaseege, N.C. near Charlotte, N.C.
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES101 Blue Ridge Mountain Boys (Blue Ridge Mountain Blues)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES202 Boston BurglarOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES303 Fatal Wedding Bells (The Fatal Wedding Bells)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES404 Billy BoyOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES505 Just Break the News to MotherOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES606 I'm As Free As A Little Bird (Take me Home)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES707 Our Goodman (Three Night Drunk) [Listed once in reel-to reel notes]Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES808 Our GoodmanOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES909 Venison (Hunting song)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1010 Darby's RamOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1111 The Blind Child (girl)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1212 Song of the Sunny SouthOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1313 Louise (By the old oaken bucket Loise)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1414 Oh Drowsy Sleeper (silver dagger)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1515 Barbara AllenOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1616 Black SallyOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R1Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R1_pres9624.wavYESYES1717 (Lord Lovel?)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES1818 Hog Drovers - Wagoners LadOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES1919 Darling Daisy DeanOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2020 Lord LovelOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2121 The Twa Sisters (Old Man From North Country)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2222 Sourwood Mountain (guitar)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2323 Sourwood Mountain (banjo)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2424 Sourwood Mountain (guitar)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2525 Old Rattler (banjo, defective recording)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2626 Old Joe ClarkOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2727 Lulu FallsOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2828 Mae, Dearest MaeOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES2929 Kingdom Coming (Massa's Gone Away)Otis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES3030 I Offer Thee This Hand Of MineOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES3131 Somebody's Knocking At Your DoorOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 1 R2Access CD 2bro71_71_153_001_R2_pres9624.wavYESYES3232 Somebody's Waiting for MeOtis Kuykendall7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall, 7-18-1939; Ash[e]ville, acc himself on guitar
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO101 (Little Rosewood Casket?) Fair Ellender (Lord Thomas & Fair Annet or the Brown Girl) Mrs. George McGuireThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO202 (unidentified song)The End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO303 The King's Daughter (Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight) Mrs. Erleen ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO404 The Sinking of the Titanic -- Mrs. Erleen ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO505 Barbara Allen—Mrs. John Trivett, (Vana)The End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO606 The Woman and the Devil (The Farmer’s curst wife) Minnie and Erleen ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO707 Young Charlotte (Fair Charlotte)—Minnie ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO808 Black Jack Davy (Gypsie Laddie) ---Erleen ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO909 Young Carolina Was A Lady (The Golden Glove) -- Vana TrivettThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1010 George Collins (Edward) Erleen and Minnie Church and Miss Pearl Webb (who formerly taught in the community and travelled with Dr. Brown on this trip)The End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1111 The Drunkard's Home—Mrs. Minnie ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1212 The Cruel Miller (The Bloody Miller)—Vana TrivettThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L1Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L1_pres9624.wavNONO1313 Lillie Shaw—Mrs. Erleen ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1414 Love Henerey (Young Hunting) - Vana TrivelttThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1515 Wicked Polly- Minnie ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1616 Pretty Polly - Erleen ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1717 Hick's Farewell - Tom ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1818 The Drunkard's Dream - Minnie ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO1919 Pretty Saro - Vana Trivett **The End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2020 Pretty Little Girl – Tom ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2121 Pretty Fair Maid – Tom ChurchThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2222 I Once Loved A Young Man -- Mr and Mrs. John TrivettThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2323 Advice To Young Ladies – Vana TrivettThe End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2424 Little Massey Groves (Little Musgrove and Lady Barnard)The End of Nowhere8/10/1939Elk Park, NCThe End-of-Nowhere
Mrs. George McGuire and daughters: Erleen Church (Mrs. Truman Church) and Vana Trivett (Mrs. John Trivett), Mr. John Trivett, Mrs. McGuire’s niece Mrs. Minnie Church (sister’s dfr)**, Tom F. (Grandpa) Church. Beech Creek or Dark Ridge, N.C. P.O. Elk Park. See “Music from the End-of-Nowhere” by Charles Bond. The following recorded by Frank C. Brown, 8-10-1939 at Tom Church’s house. **George McGuire was an Irish immigrant. This Mrs. George McGuire was his second wife. Her sister was Minnie Church’s mother. *Mrs. Minnie Church was visiting her cousins from Detroit where she resided at 1511 Calvary St.
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2525 Barbara AllenMrs. M.R. Buchanan9/7/1939Minneapolis, NCMrs. M.R. Buchanan Minneapolis, NC 5 9-7-1939
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2626 Come All You Fair And Tender LadiesMrs. M.R. Buchanan9/7/1939Minneapolis, NCMrs. M.R. Buchanan Minneapolis, NC 5 9-7-1939
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2727 Francis Silvers (Frankie Silver/Lillie Shaw) [Buchanan Songs]Mrs. M.R. Buchanan9/7/1939Minneapolis, NCMrs. M.R. Buchanan Minneapolis, NC 5 9-7-1939
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Tape 2 L2Access CD 3bro71_71_153_002_L2_pres9624.wavNONO2828 The Little Rosewood CasketMrs. M.R. Buchanan9/7/1939Minneapolis, NCMrs. M.R. Buchanan Minneapolis, NC 5 9-7-1939
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Tape 2 R1Access CD 4bro71_71_153_002_R1_pres9624.wavNONO101 Rainbow Waltz [listed in ____ notes as instrumental by Kuykendall]Otis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson, 7-18-1939 Kuykendall, guitar Robinson, banjo, lead vocal
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Tape 2 R1Access CD 4bro71_71_153_002_R1_pres9624.wavNONO202 Lonesome Road Blues [Robinson (singer) Kuykendall, banjo (defective)Otis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson, 7-18-1939 Kuykendall, guitar Robinson, banjo, lead vocal
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Tape 2 R1Access CD 4bro71_71_153_002_R1_pres9624.wavNONO303 John Henry [very defective]Otis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson, 7-18-1939 Kuykendall, guitar Robinson, banjo, lead vocal
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Tape 2 R1Access CD 4bro71_71_153_002_R1_pres9624.wavNONO404 John Henry [Robinson sings, better]Otis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson, 7-18-1939 Kuykendall, guitar Robinson, banjo, lead vocal
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Tape 2 R1Access CD 4bro71_71_153_002_R1_pres9624.wavNONO505 The Man From ArkansasOtis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson7/18/1939Asheville, NCOtis Kuykendall & G. S. Robinson, 7-18-1939 Kuykendall, guitar Robinson, banjo, lead vocal
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