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Stoneman Family Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Adminstrative Information

Detailed Description

Stoneman Family Music Business Records

Stoneman Family Personal Papers

James T. Dugan Papers

Stoneman Family Audio-Visual Materials



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Stoneman Family Collection, 1924-2008 | Archives of Appalachia

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Collection Overview

Title: Stoneman Family Collection, 1924-2008Add to your cart.

ID: 500/AppMs 697

Creator: Stoneman, Ernest (1893-1968)

Extent: 45.0 Boxes

Arrangement: This collection is arranged in four series. Series 1 is comprised of the business records of the Stoneman family as individuals and various musical groups, notably as "The Stonemans." Series 2 contains the personal records and memorabilia of the Stoneman family. Series 3 is the papers and memorabilia of James T. Dugan, third husband of Grace Stoneman, who was a Naval photographer serving in the Pacific during the 1940's and who photographed Project: Able-Baker in the Bikini Atoll on July 25, 1946. Series 4 contains the audio-visual records of the Stoneman family including audiocassettes, magnetic tape reels, CDs, DVDs, phonograph records in all formats, slides, and photographs.

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of the business and personal records of Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman; his wife, Hattie Frost Stoneman; and children, Eddie, Grace, John, Patsy, Billy, Jack, Gene, Dean, Scotty, Donna, Jimmy, Roni, and Van, whose music careers spanned eight decades. The collection includes audiocassettes, autobiographical sketches, awards, business records, CDs and DVDs, contracts, correspondence, discographies, documentary material for and final draft of "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives" by Ivan M. Tribe, financial records, hymnals, newspaper clippings, phonograph records, photographs, posters, publications, publicity, reviews, scrapbook, song-related materials, television shows, and the last manuscript song written by Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman.

The collection also contains an oral history interview of Patsy Stoneman (Patsy Stoneman Murphy) by Dr. C. Lindsey King of the Sociology and Anthropology Department at ETSU. Transcripts and a performance advertising flyer accompany the tape.

Biographical Note

Ernest Van Stoneman was the eldest son of Elisha Stoneman (1849-1934) and second wife, Rebecca Bowers (1868-1896). Ernest was born May 25, 1893. He had two brothers: Ingram Boyd Stoneman (1894-1973) and Palmer Stoneman (1896-1916). He married Hattie Frost on November 10, 1918. Together, they had fifteen surviving children. Ernest began his musical career with an Okeh recording in 1925. He was known to have also recorded under the following names: David Hunt, Jim Seany, Slim Harris, Jim Whalen, John Clark, Justin Winfield, Sim Harris, Uncle Ben Hawkins, and Uncle Jim Seaney.

Administrative Information

Accruals: The program for the Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion Ceremony, April 27, 2008, during which Ernest V. Stoneman was inducted, was donated in May 2010 by Patsy Stoneman.

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research. Recordings must be listened to in the reading room at the Archives of Appalachia.

Use Restrictions: Copies of materials in this collection may be made compliant with copyright law restrictions. For information about copy charges, please contact the Archives of Appalachia at 423-439-4338.

Acquisition Method: Gift of Pattie Stoneman Murphy and Dr. C. Lindsey King.

Separated Materials: "Pop" Stoneman's autoharp and case (replica) are on loan to the Reece Museum.

Two instruments (bass fiddle, tipple, and bow) were transferred to the Bluegrass Music Program in the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services on April 4, 2005.

Related Materials: Other materials related to Ernest V. Stoneman can be found in the Jack Tottle Bluegrass and Old-time Music Program Collection and Arthur and Ann Jenkins Sound Recording Collection in the Archives of Appalachia.


Box and Folder Listing


Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Stoneman Family Music Business Records, 1925-2008],
[Series 2: Stoneman Family Personal Papers, 1932-2005],
[Series 3: James T. Dugan Papers, 1940-1979],
[Series 4: Stoneman Family Audio-Visual Materials, 1927-2005],
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Series 1: Stoneman Family Music Business Records, 1925-2008Add to your cart.
This series contains evidence of the music careers of Stoneman family members: Ernest Van "Pop" Stoneman; his wife, Hattie Frost Stoneman; and 13 surviving children who performed in groups and as solo artists, Eddie Lewis Stoneman, Irma "Grace" Stoneman, Pattie Inez "Patsy" Stoneman, Joseph William "Billy" Stoneman, Gene Austin Stoneman, Dean Clark Stoneman, Calvin Scott "Scotty" Stoneman, Donna LaVerne Stoneman, Oscar James "Jimmy" Stoneman, Veronica Loretta "Roni" Stoneman, and Van Haden Stoneman. Business records, awards and memorabilia are arranged in boxes 1-15. Photographs are in Series 4:37. Recordings and related video material and a slide show are arranged by format and found in Series 4, Boxes 21-35, 42-45.
Box 1: Business Records (Autobiographies and Awards), 1982-2004, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains AFTRA papers; the typescripted autobiographies of 10 of the 13 children of Ernest and Hattie Stoneman; autoharp publications; and some awards and honors arranged by date: Texas Proud Hillbilly Heart (1982), Shenandoah College and Conservatory Award (1984), Bluegrass Country Music Association Award (1997), Bill Monroe Foundation Award (2003), and Stoneman Mountain Music Legacy Award (2004).
Folder 1: AFTRA Pension and Welfare Funds, 1977Add to your cart.
This folder contains correspondence, a brochure and the 22nd annual report on the AFTRA Pension and Welfare Funds.
Folder 2: Autobiographical ScriptsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains the autobiographical scripts by Grace, Roni, and Donna AStoneman.
Folder 3: Autobiographical ScriptsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains the autobiographical scripts by Jimmy, Dean, Gene, Billy, Eddie, and Jack Stoneman.
Folder 4: Autobiographical ScriptAdd to your cart.
This folder contains the autobiographical script by Patsy Stonemen.
Folder 5: Autoharp PublicationsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains issues of the "Autoharpoholic," "Autoharp Quarterly," "The Care and Feeding of the Autoharp,Volume 1" "Autoharp Clearinghouse," and "Winning Ways on the Autoharp, Volume 2."
Folder 6: Award: Texas Proud Hillbilly Heart, 1982 JuneAdd to your cart.
This folder contains and award placque.
Folder 7: Award: Shenandoah College and Conservatory, 1984 September 7Add to your cart.
This folder contains the program for the Shenandoah College and Conservatory presentation of the Distinguished Award for Lifetime Service to the Stoneman Family.
Folder 8: Award: BCMA, 1997 September 5Add to your cart.
This folder contains a placque presented to the Stoneman Family by the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance.
Folder 9: Award: Bill Monroe Foundation, 2003 August 29Add to your cart.
This folder contains a certificate recognizing Patsy Stoneman's performance at the 2003 Labor Day Blue Grass Celebration in Rosine, Kentucky.
Folder 10: Award: Legacy of Mountain Music, 2004 June 13Add to your cart.
This folder contains a certificate of appreciation awarded to Ernest "Pop" Stoneman and the Stoneman Family.
Box 2: Business Records (Awards and Memorabilia), 1967-1980, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains an unfinished scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, handwritten notes, publications, and song lyrics; part of a 3-ring binder stamped with "Now Playing GAY TIME Constitution Hall;" a vanity license plate from the Oklahoma Bluegrass Club; and awards and honors arranged by date and undated: WPLO Honorary Western Gentlemen Award (1967), Country Music Association Award (1969), Country Music Awards Award (1970), Country Music Award (1970), Country Music Fan Fair Award (1980), Country Music Foundation Award (undated), and Virginia Folk Music Association Award (undated). Also included is the 1966 May 29 issue of the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine with The Stonemans on the cover.
Box 3: Awards and Business Records, 1964-2008, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains awards and honors dated 2008 and undated: the program for the 2008 Country Music Hall of Fame Medallion Ceremony in which Ernest Stoneman was inducted as a member (2008 April 27); a decorative plaque; a Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Service Award (undated); benefit concert for Eddie Stoneman materials; blank sample business forms; business meeting minutes dated 1981; performance contracts (arranged by date of performance) and assignment agreements (arranged by date of contract) for the years 1964 to 1990.
Folder 1: Award: Country Music Hall of Fame, 2008 April 27Add to your cart.
This folder contains the program for the Medallion Ceremony honoring Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman.
Folder 2: Award: MonumentAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a picture of the monument in Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia honoring the Stonemans.
Folder 3: Award: PlacqueAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a placque of a cello/bass player and dog, probably presented to Jimmy Stoneman.
Folder 4: Award: Cystitic Fibrosis FoundationAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a Service Award given to Jimmy Stoneman.
Folder 5: Benefit Concert for Eddy Stoneman, 1987 March 11-14Add to your cart.
This folder contains a flyer, notes and photocopied newspaper article about the benefit concert for Eddie Stoneman.
Folder 6: Blank FormsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains samples of assorted blank forms found in the Stoneman records.
Folder 7: Business Meeting Minutes, 1981 July 22 and August 18Add to your cart.
This folder contains the minutes of Stoneman Family meetings on July 22 and August 18, 1981.
Folder 8: Contracts, 1964-1967Add to your cart.
This folder contains 43 booking contracts for scheduled performances dated 1964-1967.
Folder 9: Contracts, 1968Add to your cart.
This folder contains 63 booking contracts for scheduled performances in 1968.
Folder 10: Contracts, 1969Add to your cart.
This folder contains 28 booking contracts for scheduled performances dated 1969.
Folder 11: Contracts, 1970Add to your cart.
This folder contains 61 booking contracts for scheduled performances in 1970.
Folder 12: Contracts, 1971-1990Add to your cart.
This folder contains 28 booking contracts for scheduled performances dated 1971-1990.
Box 4: Correspondence and Discographies, 1953-2005, undatedAdd to your cart.
The business-related materials contained in this box include correspondence, letters, and memoranda arranged in descending order by date (1953-2005 and undated) and discographies.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1953Add to your cart.
This folder contains an envelope postmarked 1953 December 5.
Folder 2: Correspondence, 1963-1969Add to your cart.
This folder contains various business correspondence dated from 1963-1969.
Folder 3: Correspondence, 1970-1979Add to your cart.
This folder contains various business correspondence dated from 1970-1979.
Folder 4: Correspondence, 1980-1989Add to your cart.
This folder contains various business correspondence dated 1980-1989.
Folder 5: Correspondence, 1990-2005, undatedAdd to your cart.
This folder contains various business correspondence dated 1990-2005 and undated.
Folder 6: DiscographiesAdd to your cart.
This folder contains assorted discographies referencing Stoneman music.
Box 5: Financial Records, 1966-1986, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains financial records arranged by date. Specific records include bank statements and cancelled checks (with substantial gaps), garnishments (1969-1970), invoices (1966-1986, undated), and receipts (1967-1980, with gaps).
Folder 1: Cancelled Checks, 1970sAdd to your cart.
This folder contains, with significant gaps, a check book, bank statements, and cancelled checks.
Folder 2: Garnishments, 1969-1970Add to your cart.
This folder contains garnishment records.
Folder 3: Invoices/Statements, 1966-1968, undatedAdd to your cart.
This folder contains invoices, billings, and statements dated 1966-1968 and undated.
Folder 4: Receipts, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1974Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1967, 1969, 1971, 1972, and 1974.
Folder 5: Receipts, 1978Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1978.
Folder 6: Receipts, 1979Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1979.
Folder 7: Receipts, 1980Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1980.
Box 6: Financial Records, 1981-1988, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains business receipts dated from 1981 to 1988 and undated, arranged by date.
Folder 1: Receipts, 1981Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1981.
Folder 2: Receipts, 1982Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1982.
Folder 3: Receipts, 1983Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1983.
Folder 4: Receipts, 1984Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1984.
Folder 5: Receipts, 1985Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1985.
Folder 6: Receipts, 1986Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1986.
Folder 7: Receipts, 1987Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1987.
Folder 8: Receipts, 1988Add to your cart.
This folder contains receipts for business expenses dated 1988.
Folder 9: ReceiptsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains undated receipts.
Box 7: Financial Records and Hymnals, 1911, 1915, 1928, 1935, 1967-1988, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains royalty statements, arranged by date, 1967-1988, and 9 hymnals owned by Irma Frost, Hattie Stoneman and others. Hymnal songs that had been marked with enclosures are marked with archival paper tabs. Inserted documents that served as bookmarks have been photocopied and are included with the hymnal. Hymnals are arranged alphabetically.
Folder 1: Royalties, 1967-1988Add to your cart.
This folder contains royalty statements dated 1967-1988.
Folder 2: Hymnal: "Joy To The World"Add to your cart.
This folder contains a shape-note hymnal belonging to Irma Frost.
Folder 3: Hymnal: "Joyful Praise"Add to your cart.
This folder contains a shape-note hymnal which belonged to Irma Frost.
Folder 4: Hymnal: "Old and New Songs of the Church", 1935Add to your cart.
This folder contains a hymnal.
Folder 5: Hymnal: "Somngs for Jesus, No. 4", 1911Add to your cart.
This folder contains a shape-note hymnal which belonged to Irma Frost.
Folder 6: Hymnal: "Songs of Zion", 1915Add to your cart.
This folder contains a hymnal which belonged to Irma Frost.
Folder 7: Hymnal: "Spiritual Life Songs"Add to your cart.
This folder contains a hymnal.
Folder 8: Hymnal: "Twice 55 Plus Community Songs", circa 1928Add to your cart.
This folder contains a hymnal.
Folder 9: Untitled HymnalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a shape-note hymnal which belonged to Hattie Stoneman.
Folder 10: Untitled HymnalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a coverless, undated shape-note hymnal.
Box 8: Hymnals, Business Records (Interview through Notes), 1910, 1913, 1968, 2005, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains 5 hymnals owned by Irma Frost, Hattie Stoneman, and others, arranged alphabetically; the bio-discography of Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman by the John Edwards Memorial Foundation; a 1913 Legal Annual Catalog; liner notes; song lyrics; and an Index Record book containing manuscript lyrics by Ernest Stoneman. A folder of notes found with the audio tapes in Boxes 36 and 37 are included. Songs in hymnals that had been marked with enclosures are marked with archival paper tabs. Inserted documents that served as bookmarks have been photocopied and are included in the folder with the hymnal.
Folder 1: Untitled HymnalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a coverless, undated hymnal.
Folder 2: Untitled HymnalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains part of a coverless hymnal.
Folder 3: Untitled HymnalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains part of a coverless hymnal.
Folder 4: Hymnal: "Voices for Jesus", 1910Add to your cart.
This folder contains a shape-note hymnal which belonged to Billie Leonard and Irma Frost.
Folder 5: Hymnal: "Waves of Glory"Add to your cart.
This folder contains a shape-note hymnal.
Folder 6: Interview Transcript, 2005 April 20Add to your cart.
This folder contains a transcript of the audio interview conducted by Dr. Lindsey King of Patsy Stoneman.
Folder 7: John Edwards Memorial Foundation, 1968 JulyAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a bio-discography of Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman.
Folder 8: Legal Reference, 1912-1913Add to your cart.
This folder contains the Annual Catalog for the Department of Law at Lasalle Extension University.
Folder 9: Liner NotesAdd to your cart.
This folder contains liner notes from Stoneman albums and a Mike Seeger autoharp recording.
Folder 10: LyricsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains lyrics for songs, arranged alphabetically, beginning with "According To The Plan" and ending with "If That's What You Want."
Folder 11: LyricsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains song lyrics, arranged alphabetically, beginning with "I'll Find Myself A Home" and ending with "That's The Way I Feel."
Folder 12: LyricsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains lyrics for songs, arranged alphabetically, beginning with "There's A Light Lit Up In Galilee" and ending with "You May Match The Sky."
Folder 13: Lyrics, ManuscriptAdd to your cart.
This folder contains an index book with manuscript songs written by Ernest Stoneman.
Folder 14: Notes Accompanying Audio ReelsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains typed and manuscript materials that were stored with audio reels in the Stoneman Collection.
Box 9: Miscellaneous Businee Records, Newspaper Clippings, Notebook, PublicationAdd to your cart.
This box contains miscellaneous business records, newspaper clippings, a notebook owned by Patsy Stoneman and a 1970 reprint of the "1927 Edition of the Sears, Roebuck Catalog."
Folder 1: Miscellaneous Business Records, 1967-1992Add to your cart.
This folder contains various business records and materials, dated 1967-1992, related to the Stonemans' musical career that do not easily conform with the categories established for business records in this collection.
Folder 2: Miscellaneous Business RecordsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains various undated business records and materials related to the Stonemans' musical career that do not easily conform with the categories established for business records in this collection.
Folder 3: Newspaper Clippings, 1932-2007Add to your cart.
This folder contains photocopied news clippings dated 1932-2007.
Folder 4: Newspaper ClippingsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photocopied news clippings that are undated.
Folder 5: NotebookAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a stenographer's notebook belonging to Patsy Stoneman.
Folder 6: Publication Reprint: "The 1927 Edition of the Sears, Roebuck Catalog", 1970Add to your cart.
This folder contains a reprint of the 1927 Sears-Roebuck catalog showing Ernest Stoneman recordiongs available under the Challenge Records label.
Box 10: Last Song Written by Ernest V. StonemanAdd to your cart.
This is the last song (untitled) composed by Ernest V. Stoneman, written in pencil on part of a shirt box.
Box 11: Publications, 1927-1993Add to your cart.
This box contains various publications containing Stoneman information, arranged alphabetically by title of publication.
Folder 1: Publication: "1927 Victor Record Catalog", 1927Add to your cart.
This folder contains the 1927 Victor Records Catalog showing the phonograph records by Ernest Stoneman.
Folder 2: Publication: "Blue Ridge Harvest", 1981Add to your cart.
This folder contains a book edited by Lyntha Scott Eiler, Terry Eiler, and Carl Fleischhauer which lists Ernest Stoneman's name as a contributor to the region's music.
Folder 3: Publication: "Bluegrass Unlimited", 1968 July, 1992 June, 1993 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
This folder contains three issues of the magazine, "Bluegrass Unlimited." The July 1968 issue has a cover picture of The Blue Grass Champs. The June 1992 issue haws an obituary notice for Jack Stoneman. The September 1993 issue has Patsy Stoneman's comments about the CMA.
Folder 4: Publication: "Country Music", 1974 January and FebruaryAdd to your cart.
This folder contains two issues of "Country Music." Both issues have articles about the Stonemans.
Folder 5: Publication: "Country Music Association", 1979 October 8Add to your cart.
This fiolder contains the program for the 13th annual awards presentation.
Folder 6: Publication: "Country Music Life", 1966 JulyAdd to your cart.
This folder contains an issue of "Country Music Life" containing an article about the Stonemans.
Folder 7: Publication: "Country Song Roundup", 1967 OctoberAdd to your cart.
This folder contains an issue of "Country Song Roundup" with an interview with Roni Stoneman.
Folder 8: Publication: The Journal of the Academy for the Preservation of Old-Time Country Music", 1991-1993Add to your cart.
This folder contains issues 1-5, 15, 17, and 18 of the Journal. Issue 1 contains articles about the Carters; early pioneers John Carson, Ernest Stoneman, Charlie Poole, and Vernan Dalhart; and advertises two Ernest Stoneman records. Issue 2 lists Ernest Stoneman's "Titanic" as a favorite pick and recommends two Ernest Stoneman albums. Issue 3 advertises two Old Homestead albums by Ernest Stoneman. Issue 4 contains an excerpt from Chapter Two of "The Illustrated History of Country Music" which mentions Ernest Stoneman and advertises records by Ernest Stoneman. Issue 5 advertises "Fiddle Tunes," on which Scotty Stoneman performed, and Old Homestead albums by Ernest Stoneman. Issues 17 and 18 announce the Stoneman biography by Dr. Ivan Tribe.
Folder 9: Publication: "Kountry Korral", 1971 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
This folder contains an isue of "Kountry Korral" listing the Stonemans as tied for 13th place in the "Country & Western Favorites in Sweden 1970-1971 Kountry Korral Poll."
Folder 10: Publication: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
This folder contains miscellaneous publications that do not appear to reference the Stonemans.
Folder 11: Publication: "Nashville", 1988 MarchAdd to your cart.
The folder contains an issue of "Nashville" containing an article about Printer's Alley referencing the Stonemans.
Folder 12: Publication: "On the Arts: Notes", 1979 January/February and May/JuneAdd to your cart.
This issue contains two issues containing an article about the Stonemans and a performance listing for the Stonemans.
Folder 13: Publication Reprint: "Sears, Roebuck & Co. Consumer Guide, Fall 1909", 1979Add to your cart.
This folder contains a reprint of a Sears-Roebuck catalog with instrument pages marked by the Stonemans.
Box 12: Business Records (Publications through Tax Records), 1964-1998, undatedAdd to your cart.
The business-related materials in this box include Stonemans Information Services publications; other publications, arranged alphabetically by title; publicity, 1964-1998, undated; reviews collected by their booking agencies, 1966-1970; pages from Patsy Stoneman's scrapbook; sheet music; Smithsonian materials, June/July 1979; and partial tax records, 1969, 1970-1974.
Folder 1: Publication: "The Stonemans", 1968-1971, undatedAdd to your cart.
This folder contains issues of an informational bulletin produced for the Stonemans.
Folder 2: Publication: Travel GuidesAdd to your cart.
This folder contains various travel guides used by the Stonemans on performance trips.
Folder 3: Publication: "Truckers News", 1971 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
This folder contains an issue with the Stonemans on the cover.
Folder 4: Publication: "Up Country"Add to your cart.
This magazine issue contains an article about the Stonemans.
Folder 5: Publicity, 1964-1998, undatedAdd to your cart.
This folder contains various flyers and publicity materials for the Stonemans dated 1964-1998 and undated.
Folder 6: Reviews, 1966-1970, undatedAdd to your cart.
This folder contains reviews of the Stonemans dated 1966-1970 and undated.
Folder 7: ScrapbookAdd to your cart.
This folder contains pages from a scrapbook maintained by Patsy Stoneman.
Folder 8: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
This folder contains sheet music, arranged alphabetically, from "Blue Grass Ramble" to "Weed Out My Badness."
Folder 9: Smithsonian Institution, 1979 June/JulyAdd to your cart.
This folder contains "Coming Events" and "Notes" referencing the Stonemans.
Folder 10: Tax and Pension Records, 1969, 1971, 1974Add to your cart.
This folder contains tax and pension records for the period noted.
Box 13: Television Formats and Ivan M. Tribe's Book about the Stonemans, 1966-67, 1969, 1982-1993, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains television formats for the Stonemans' television show (1966-67, 1969); articles written by Ivan M. Tribe about the Stonemans; correspondence related to Tribe's book, "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives;" documentary material on Billy, Dean, Donna, Grace, Patsy, and Roni Stoneman; and a typescript biography and copies of photographs relating to Patsy Stoneman.
Folder 1: Television Formats for "The Stonemans Show", 1966-1967, 1969, undatedAdd to your cart.
This folder contains television formats for "The Stoneman Show."
Folder 2: Tribe, Ivan: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
This folder contains articles written by Dr. Ivan Tribe about the Stonemans.
Folder 3: Tribe, Ivan: Book CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
This folder contains correspondence related to "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 4: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials relating to Billy Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 5: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials relating to Dean Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 6: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary aterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials relating to Donna Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 7: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials relating to Grace Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 8: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials relating to Patsy Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 9: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials relating to Roni Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 10: Tribe, Ivan: Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains documentary materials, typescript and copies of photographs, relating to Patsy Stoneman for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Box 14: Tribe, Ivan M.: Chapter Drafts and Author PapersAdd to your cart.
This box contains documentary materials and chapter drafts for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives;" a newspaper clipping about Dr. Ivan M. Tribe and his work which mentions a forthcoming book about the Stonemans, along with Dr. Tribe's business card and miscellaneous papers referencing other writings and research by Dr. Ivan Tribe.
Folder 1: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 1Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 1 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 2: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 2Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 2 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 3: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 3Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 3 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 4: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 4Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 4 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 5: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 5Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 5 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 6: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 6Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 6 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 7: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 7Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 7 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 8: Tribe, Ivan: Draft, Chapter 8Add to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of chapter 8 for "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 9: Tribe, Ivan: ConclusionAdd to your cart.
This folder contains the draft of the final chapter of "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 10: Tribe, Ivan: Miscellaneous Documentary MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains Tribe's notes and miscellaneous materials documenting "The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Folder 11: Tribe, Ivan: Author MaterialsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains miscellaneous papers that relate to Ivan Tribe.
Box 15: Tribe, Ivan M.: Completed Book Draft, 1990Add to your cart.
This is the completed draft of Ivan Tribe's "The Stonemans: An Appalchian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives."
Oversize box 1: BannerAdd to your cart.
This undated 18' X 3' homemade banner of paint on canvas reads "The Stoneman's Welcome You To Fan Fair. Jimmy, Donna, Johnny. Van, Patsy, Chuck."
Oversize folder 1: Foamcore PostersAdd to your cart.
(2) Posters of: "Tribute to Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman, 1893-1968" (B&W)
(2) Posters of: Stoneman Family photograph, 1947 (B&W)
Poster advertising a tribute to Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman at The Great Escape in Nashville on 1994 September 10 with appearances by the Stonemans and Jack Clement (B&W)
Poster of "The Stonemans," 1989
Oversize folder 2: Foamcore PostersAdd to your cart.
(2) Posters of: "The Stonemans," Golden Archive Series (color)
Poster of: "The Stonemans: Dawn of the Stoneman Age" (color)
Oversize photograph (mounted) of Roni, Scott, "Pop," Jimmy, and Donna performing
Oversize folder 3: Foamcore PostersAdd to your cart.
Poster of: "Jack Clement: Nashville's Pied Piper" (color)
Poster of: "Jack Clement: All I Want To Do In Life" (color)
Series 2: Stoneman Family Personal Papers, 1932-2005Add to your cart.
This series consists of personal correspondence, public records, and photographs depicting the personal life of Ernest Van "Pop" Stoneman, his wife Hattie Frost Stoneman, and their 13 surviving children: Eddie Lewis Stoneman, Irma "Grace" Stoneman, John Catron Stoneman, Pattie Inez "Patsy" Stoneman, Joseph William "Billy" Stoneman, Jack Monroe Stoneman, Gene Austin Stoneman, Dean Clark Stoneman, Calvin Scott "Scotty" Stoneman, Donna LaVerne Stoneman, Oscar James "Jimmy" Stoneman, Veronia Loretta "Roni" Stoneman, and Van Haden Stoneman. Personal papers aer contained in boxes 16 through 18. Personal photographs are in Series 4, Box 40.
Box 16: Stoneman Personal Papers, 1907-1985, undatedAdd to your cart.
The personal items in this box consist of correspondence; a publication, "Galax Carroll-Grayson, Virginia;" "Living with Memories" by Janette Carter, presented as a gift to Pattie Stoneman; memorabilia concerning General Douglas A. MacArthur, collected by Ernest Stoneman; miscellaneous papers; funerary records and pay stubs of Ernest V. Stoneman; personal and funerary records of Hattie Frost Stoneman; correspondence related to Stoneman genealogy; genealogical notes; and personal papers of Patsy and Van Stoneman.
Folder 1: Correspondence, PersonalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains personal correspondence addressed to and written by members of the Stoneman family.
Folder 2: "Galax Carroll-Grayson Virginia"Add to your cart.
This folder contains a publication containing an article about Galax, Virginia.
Folder 3: "Living with Memories", 1983Add to your cart.
An autographed copy of Janettte Carter's book addressed to Pattie Stoneman.
Folder 4: MacArthur, General DouglasAdd to your cart.
This folder contains memorabilia about General Douglas MacArthur collected by Ernest and Hattie Stoneman.
Folder 5: Miscellaneous PapersAdd to your cart.
This folder contains miscellaneous personal papers, uncategorizable.
Folder 6: Stoneman, Ernest: Funerary RecordsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains funerary records of Ernest Stoneman.
Folder 7: Stoneman, Ernest: Pay StubsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains two undated pay stubs.
Folder 8: Stoneman, Hattie: Funerary RecordsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains the funerary records of Hattie Stoneman.
Folder 9: Stoneman, Hattie: Personal RecordsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains hospital records and a photocopied newspaper article about Hattie Stoneman's 75th birthday party.
Folder 10: Stoneman Genealogy: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
This folder contains correspondence discussing the genealogical history of the Stoneman family.
Folder 11: Stoneman Genealogy: Miscellaneous InformationAdd to your cart.
This folder contains miscellaneous information relating to the genealogical history of the Stoneman family.
Folder 12: Stoneman, Patsy: PersonalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains stubs for electric bills addressed to Pattie Stoneman Murphy.
Folder 13: Stoneman, Van: PersonalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains insurance materials, traffic court records, and garnishment records for Van Stoneman.
Box 17: Stoneman, Jimmy, 2002Add to your cart.
Funerary memory book, cards, letters, and other papers for Jimmy Stoneman.
Box 18: Stoneman MemorabiliaAdd to your cart.
This box contains a personal Bible; a personal New Testament and Psalms; a sympathy card; "My Sunday Missal," dated 1961; photo mailer from Stella Rutledge; Father's Day card to Ernest Stoneman from Van Stoneman and family; 2 Black Diamond guitar string envelopes with strings; 2 Greyhound Bus ticket receipts; 2 song titles from 1948 with performer names typed on part of a Department of Agriculture postcard; a baggage ticket with "FRAGILE" sticker; a postcard with a photograph of the crib made by Ernest Stoneman for his first child, Eddie; Patsy Stoneman photo birthday card, pictured with Joe and Janette Carter; "Frequently Stripped, Polished & Buffed" pin; an old 3" X 4 1/2" photo mat; and a antiqued copy of a receipt for four slaves from Caleb Crosby to Henry and Susannah Shields, 1851 October 22, glued to a rust-colored burlap scrap.
Oversize folder 1: Stoneman Family Photograph CollageAdd to your cart.
Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman on autoharp (tribute, 1893-1968)
Artist's drawing of Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman
Last photograph portrait of Hattie Frost Stoneman with an insert of her photograph from 1926
Stoneman Family photograph, 1947
2 family portraits with 10 of Ernest and Hattie Stoneman's 15 surviving children and their children, c. 1995
The Stonemans (Donna, Patsy, Van, Jimmy), 1989
Series 3: James T. Dugan Papers, 1940-1979Add to your cart.
James T. Dugan was the third husband of Irma "Grace" Stoneman. Dugan was a photographer and artist. His personal and military records and memorabilia are in Boxes 19 and 20; photographs are in Series 4, Box 41; and DVDs relating to his military service are in Series 4, Box 35:41-43.
Box 19: James T. Dugan Papers, 1946, 1978-1981, undatedAdd to your cart.
Included in this box are drawings by James T. Dugan, artwork by fellow military artists during his period of service (1940 November 26 to 1946 November 6), military papers, newspaper clippings related to his Veteran's Appeal, personal papers, and a transcript of his Veteran's Appeal, dated 1979 September 24.
Folder 1: Dugan, Jim: As ArtistAdd to your cart.
This folder contains the sketch of a deer head and small photograph of a skier by Jim Dugan.
Folder 2: Dugan, Jim: Artwork by Fellow ArtistsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains artwork by fellow military artists known by Jim Dugan.
Folder 3: Dugan, Jim: Military PapersAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a photgraph of Dugan's military ID, Christmas card designed by Jim Dugan, a "Domain of the Golden Dragon" card, NTPR questionnaire, separation notice from the Navy, letter of recommendation by D. J. Brimm, Jr., letter from "Old Bull of the Woods" Stroh, Patrol Squadron #32 certificate, Director of Ship Material Technical Report, resume, March 1945 cover of "Acorn & Action," citation and card for duty in the Gilberts and Marshalls campaigns, and data sheets for Operation Crossroads.
Folder 4: Dugan, Jim: News ClippingsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photocopied news clippings relating to Jim Dugan's appeal to receive benefits for radiation injury suffered while in military service.
Folder 5: Dugan, Jim: PapersAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a brochure featuring Jim Dugan as the artist who painted a Swiss scene to be given away in a company promotion.
Folder 6: Dugan, Jim: Veterans Appeal, 1979 September 24Add to your cart.
This folder contains a transcript from the hearing before the Veterans Board of Appeals.
Box 20: James T. Dugan MemorabiliaAdd to your cart.
This box contains the American flag presented to his widow, Grace Stoneman Dugan, upon his burial and a wooden plaque with his Naval insignia and service bars.
Series 4: Stoneman Family Audio-Visual Materials, 1927-2005Add to your cart.
This series consists of the recordings of Ernest "Pop" Stoneman and members of the Stoneman family as groups and individuals. Genres include phonograph albums in 78, 45, and 33 LP formats; audio cassette tapes; CDs; DVDs; BetaSP, 1/4" audio reel-to-reel magnetic tape; slides; photographs; analog masters of VHS tapes; and television 2" quad video formats.
Sub-Series 1: Ernest "Pop" Stoneman's 78 rpm Phonograph Record Collection, 1915-1955, undatedAdd to your cart.
These 111 phonograph records, contained in Boxes 21-24, were "Pop" Stoneman's personal collection of 78 rpm recordings of himself, family, and others and are arranged by year of release. Three records are duplicate originals. Sixty of the records contain performances by Ernest Stoneman. Some of the records were recorded by Ernest Stoneman using aliases such as Sim Harris, Jim Seaney, John Clark, Alex Gordon, and Uncle Ben Hawkins.
Box 21: 78 rpm Phonograph Records, 1915-1926Add to your cart.
Pop Stoneman's collection of 78 rpm phonograph records arranged chronologically by year of release.
Phonograph records 1: Victor 17865, 1915Add to your cart.
A: Wedding Of The Winds (artist: Pietro Diero)
B: Estudiantina Waltz (artist: Pietro Diero)
Phonograph records 2: Pathe 020940, 1917Add to your cart.
A: Lights Out (artist: American Regimental Band)
B: Up The Street (artist: American Regimental Band)
Phonograph records 3: Columbia A6081, 1919Add to your cart.
A: Beautiful Ohio (artist: Prince's Orchestra)
B: My Belgian Rose (artist: Prince's Orchestra) Separated from 78 collection and stored with 33 rpm records due to physical size of album and placed in box 25.
Phonograph records 4: Vocalion 14112, 1920Add to your cart.
A: Believe Me, Beloved (artist: Sam Ash)
B: Jinga Bula Jing Jing (artist: Billy Jones)
Phonograph records 5: Victor 17581, 1920Add to your cart.
A: Star Spangled Banner (artist: Victor Military Band)
B: Hail Columbia (artist: Victor Military Band)
Phonograph records 6: Victrola 64837, 1920Add to your cart.
A: That Tumble Down Shack In Athlone (artist: John McCormack)
Phonograph records 7: Brunswick 2158, 1921Add to your cart.
A: It's You (artist: Carl Fenton's Orchestra)
B: Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Kentucky Home (artist: Carl Fenton's Orchestra)
Phonograph records 8: Victrola 66082, 1922Add to your cart.
A: Viennese Folk Song (artist: Hugo Kreisler)
B: Fantasy (artist: Hugo Kreisler)
Phonograph records 9: Victor 18940, 1922Add to your cart.
A: Three O'Clock In The Morning Waltz (artist: Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
B: Oriental Foxtrot (artist: Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
Phonograph records 10: Vocalion 14559, 1923Add to your cart.
A: Beale Street Mama (artist: Ernest Hare)
B: Down By The River (artist: Ernest Hare)
Phonograph records 11: Vocalion 14675, 1923Add to your cart.
A: Sittin' In A Corner (artist: The Broadway Syncopaters)
B: Bit By Bit You're Breaking My Heart (artist: The Broadway Syncopaters)
Phonograph records 12: Columbia 240, 1924Add to your cart.
A: You'll Never Miss Your Mother 'Till She's Gone (artist: Riley Puckett)
B: Just As The Sun Went Down (artist: Riley Puckett)
Phonograph records 13: Vocalion 14899, 1924Add to your cart.
A: The Dublin Hornpipe (BROKEN) (artist: Frank Quinn) Removed from collection prior to arrangment.
Phonograph records 14: Vocalion 14074, 1924Add to your cart.
A: Lonestar (artist: Ernest Hare)
B: You Can't Go Wrong With A Girl From Dixieland (artist: Peerless Quartet)
Phonograph records 15: Vocalion 14767, 1924Add to your cart.
A: Four Little Blackberries (artist: Green Brothers Marimba Band)
B: Wedding Of The Winds (artist: Green Brothers Marimba Band)
Phonograph records 16: Banner 1405, 1924Add to your cart.
A: Skin-A-Ma-Rink-A-Rink-A-Ree (artist: Ernest Hare and Billy Jones)
B: Mrs. Murphy's Chowder (artist: Billy Jones)
Phonograph records 17: Victor 19781, 1925Add to your cart.
A: So That's The Kind Of Girl You Are (artist: Johnny Hamp's Kentucky Serenaders)
B: Speech (artist: International Novelty Orchestra)
Phonograph records 18: Perfect 12228, 1925Add to your cart.
A: Little Rosewood Casket (artist: Vernon Dalhart)
B: Mother's Grave (artist: Vernon Dalhart)
Phonograph records 19: Victor 19739, 1925Add to your cart.
A: I Married The Bootlegger's Daughter (artist: Frank Crumit)
B: How's Your Folks And My Folks (artist: The Happiness Boys)
Phonograph records 20: Columbia 353-D, 1925Add to your cart.
A: Yearning (Just For You) (artist: Kitty O'Connor)
B: If I Ever Cry, You'll Never Know (artist: Kitty O'Connor)
Phonograph records 21: Victor 19563, 1925Add to your cart.
A: Butcher's Boy (artist: Kelly Harrell)
B: I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again (artist: Kelly Harrell)
Phonograph records 22: Vocalion 15099, 1925Add to your cart.
A: The Death Of Floyd Collins (artist: Charlie Oaks)
B: Little Mary Phagan (artist: Charlie Oaks)
Phonograph records 23: Vocalion 15094, 1925Add to your cart.
A: The John T. Scopes Trial (artist: Charlie Oaks)
B: The Death Of William Jennings Bryan (artist: Charlie Oaks)
Phonograph records 24: Okeh 40288, 1925Add to your cart.
A: The Face That Never Returned (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: The Titanic (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 25: Okeh 40312, 1925Add to your cart.
A: Me And My Wife (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Freckled Face Mary Jane (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 26: Okeh 45009, 1925Add to your cart.
A: Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: All I've Got's Gone (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 27: Victor 20540, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Down Where The Watermelon Grows (artist: Phil Reeve, Ernest Moody)
B: Peek-A-Boo Waltz (artist: Ernest Stoneman, Kahle Brewer)
Phonograph records 28: Okeh 45044, 1926Add to your cart.
A: The Orphan Girl (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Asleep At The Switch (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 29: Okeh 45054, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: The Texas Ranger (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 30: Edison 51788, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Bad Companions (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: When The Works All Done This Fall (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 31: Edison 51869, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Wild Bill Jones (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: John Henry (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 32: Edison 51823, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Wreck Of The C. & O. (artist: The Blue Ridge Mountaineers- Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
B: Sinking Of The Titanic (artist: The Blue Ridge Mountaineers- Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
Phonograph records 33: Edison 51909, 1926Add to your cart.
A: My Little German Home Across The Sea (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Bury Me Neath The Weeping Willow Tree (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 34: Okeh 45060, 1926Add to your cart.
A: My Pretty Snow Dear (artist: Ernest Stoneman and Fiddler Joe)
B: Silver Bell (artist: Ernest Stoneman and Fiddler Joe)
Phonograph records 35: Victor 20224, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Hallelujah Side (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: I Love To Walk With Jesus (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 36: Victor 40223, 1926Add to your cart.
A: In The Golden Bye And Bye (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: I Will Meet You In The Morning (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 37: Victor 20235, 1926Add to your cart.
A: The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Sourwood Mountain (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 38: Victor 20302, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Ida Red (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Old Joe Clark (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 39: Victor 20294, 1926Add to your cart.
A: Going Up Cripple Creek (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Sugar In The Gourd (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 40: Victor 20237, 1926Add to your cart.
A: All Go Hungry Hash House (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: West Virginia Highway (artist: Ernest Stoneman, Kahle Brewer)
Box 22: 78 rpm Phonograph Records, 1927-1928Add to your cart.
Pop Stoneman's collection of 78 rpm phonograph records arranged chronologically by year of release.
Phonograph records 1: Banner 2157, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Pass Around The Bottle (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Bully Of The Town (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 2: Perfect 12357, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Fatal Wedding (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Pass Around The Bottle (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 3: Challenge 398, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Poor Tramp Has To Live (artist: Jim Seaney, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (artist: Logan County Trio)
Phonograph records 4: Victor 21074, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow (artist: Carter Family)
B: Little Log Cabin By The Sea (artist: Carter Family)
Phonograph records 5: Edison 52083, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Cluck Old Hen (artist: Fiddlin' Powers and Family)
B: Sugar In The Gourd (artist: Fiddlin' Powers and Family)
Phonograph records 6: Challenge 302, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Buckin' Mule (artist: The Logan County Trio)
B: Forked Deer (artist: The Clinch Valley Boys)
Phonograph records 7: Domino 3964, 1927Add to your cart.
A: When The Roses Bloom Again (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (artist Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 8: Victor 20532 (2 copies), 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Great Reaping Day (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: I Would Not Be Denied (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 9: Victor 20531, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Going Down The Valley (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: The Sinless Summer (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 10: Victor 20844, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Are You Washed In The Blood? (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Sweeping Through The Gates (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 11: Edison 51935, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Once I Had A Fortune (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Two Little Orphans (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 12: Edison 52056, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Long-Eared Mule (artist: The Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Hop Light Ladies (artist: The Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 13: Edison 51938, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: Tell Mother I Will Meet Her (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 14: Gennett 6044, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Poor Tramp Has To Live (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Kenney Wagner's Surrender (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 15: Silvertone 5004, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Kenney Wagner's Surrender (artist: Uncle Ben Hawkins, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Sweet Bunch Of Violets (artist: Uncle Ben Hawkins, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 16: Supertone 9255, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Poor Tramp Has To Live (artist: Uncle Ben Hawkins, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: When The Roses Bloom Again (artist: Uncle Ben Hawkins, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 17: Champion 15222, 1927Add to your cart.
A: When The Roses Bloom Again (artist: Uncle Jim Seaney, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Kenney Wagner's Surrender (artist: Uncle Jim Seaney, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 18: Champion 15233, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Poor Tramp Has To Live (artist: Uncle Jim Seaney, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Sweet Bunch Of Violets (artist: Uncle Jim Seaney, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 19: Banner 1993, 1927Add to your cart.
A: When The Roses Bloom Again (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 20: Domino 3985, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Pass Around The Bottle (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Sinful To Flirt (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 21: Romeo 597, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Bully Of The Town (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Pass Around The Bottle (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 22: Challenge 665 (2 copies), 1927Add to your cart.
A: Pass Around The Bottle (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Bully Of The Town (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 23: Banner 2158, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Fatal Wedding (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Sinful To Flirt (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 24: Homestead 16500, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Sinful To Flirt (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Bully Of The Town (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 25: Oriole 947, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Sinful To Flirt (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Bully Of The Town (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 26: Homestead 16498, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Fatal Wedding (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: When The Roses Bloom Again (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 27: Oriole 916 (2 copies), 1927Add to your cart.
A: Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: Pass Around The Bottle (artist: Sim Harris, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 28: Okeh 45125, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Mountaineer's Courtship (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: The Road To Washington (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 29: Victor 20799 (2 copies), 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Old Hickory Cane (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Till The Snow Flakes Fall Again (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 30: Victor 20671, 1927Add to your cart.
A: The Flight Of "Lucky" Lindbergh (artist: Ernest Rogers)
B: The Story Of The Mighty Mississippi (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 31: Victor 21129, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Dying Girl's Farewell (artist: Ernest Stoneman, E.K. Brewer, M. Mooney)
B: Tell My Mother I Will Meet Her (artist: Ernest Stoneman, E.K. Brewer, M. Mooney)
Phonograph records 32: Montgomery Ward M-8136, 1927Add to your cart.
A: What A Friend We Have In Jesus (artist: Pace Jubilee Singers)
B: Are You Washed In The Blood? (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 33: Victor 21186, 1927Add to your cart.
A: I Know My Name Is Written There (artist: Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers)
B: No More Good-Byes (artist: Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 34: Victor 20938, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Skip To Ma Lou, My Darling (artist: Uncle Eck Dunford)
B: Barney McCoy (artist: Uncle Eck Dunford, Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 35: Victor 20835, 1927Add to your cart.
A: Old Time Corn Shuckin' Part 1 (artist: Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
B: Old Time Corn Shuckin' Part 2 (artist: Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
Phonograph records 36: Perfect 15098, 1928Add to your cart.
A: Carolina Moon (artist: Levee Loungers)
B: A Night Of Memories (artist: Levee Loungers)
BROKEN. Removed from collection prior to arrangement.
Phonograph records 37: Perfect 12459, 1928Add to your cart.
A: The Wreck Of The Royal Palm (artist: Vernon Delhart)
B: In The Shadow Of The Pine (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 38: Victor 40060, 1928Add to your cart.
A: Old Shoes And Leggins (artist: Uncle Eck Dunford)
B: Angeline The Baker (artist: Uncle Eck Dunford)
Phonograph records 39: Victor 21648, 1928Add to your cart.
A: The Two Little Orphans (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
B: The Raging Sea, How It Roars (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
Phonograph records 40: Victor 21518, 1928Add to your cart.
A: A Serenade In The Mountains, Part 1 (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers
B: A Serenade In The Mountains, Part 2 (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
Box 23: 78 rpm Phonograph Records, 1928-1955, undatedAdd to your cart.
Pop Stoneman's collection of 78 rpm phonograph records arranged chronologically by year of release.
Phonograph records 1: Victor 21264, 1928Add to your cart.
A: Possum Trot School Exhibition, Part 1 (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
B: Possum Trot School Exhibition, Part 2 (artist: Ernest Stoneman and His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
Phonograph records 2: Edison 52350, 1928Add to your cart.
A: All Go Hungry Hash House (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
B: Sally Goodwin (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 3: Edison 52290, 1928Add to your cart.
A: He Was Nailed To The Cross For Me (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
B: When The Redeemed Are Gathering In (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers)
Phonograph records 4: Champion 15586, 1928Add to your cart.
A: Somebody's Waiting For Me (artist: Clark Brothers)
B: Falling By The Wayside (arist: John Clark, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 5: Supertone 9083, 1928Add to your cart.
A: Yodelin' Daddy Blues (artist: Frank Welling)
B: Wake Up In The Morning (artist: Willie Stoneman)
Phonograph records 6: Victor 40030, 1928Add to your cart.
A: The Broken Hearted Lover (artist: Stoneman Family)
B: We Parted By The Riverside (artist: Stoneman Family)
Phonograph records 7: Victor 40116, 1928Add to your cart.
A: Going Up The Mountain After Liquor, Part 1 (artist: The Stoneman Family)
B: Going Up The Mountain After Liquor, Part 2 (artist: The Stoneman Family)
Phonograph records 8: Conqueror 7270, 1929Add to your cart.
A: When The Snowflakes Fall Again (artist: Alex Gordon, aka Ernest Stoneman)
B: The Burial Of Wild Bill (artist: Alex Gordon, aka Ernest Stoneman)
Phonograph records 9: Okeh 6487, 1941Add to your cart.
A: The White Cliffs Of Dover (artist: Tommy Tucker Time)
B: The Train Song (artist: Tommy Tucker Time)
Phonograph records 10: Decca 18490, 1942Add to your cart.
A: I'm Old Fashioned (artist: Fred Astaire)
B: Wedding In Spring (artist: Fred Astaire)
Phonograph records 11: MGM 10293, 1947Add to your cart.
A: Guitar Boogie (artist: Arthur Smith and His Cracker-Jacks)
B: Boomerang (artist: Arthur Smith and His Cracker-Jacks)
Phonograph records 12: Mercury 6275, 1949Add to your cart.
A: When Your Own Love Ain't Around (artist: Bill Nettles and His Dixie Blue Boys)
B: Hadacol Bounce (artist: Bill Nettles and His Dixie Blue Boys)
Phonograph records 13: MGM 10352, 1949Add to your cart.
A: Lovesick Blues (artist: Hank Williams and His Drifting Cowboys)
B: Never Again (artist: Hank Williams and His Drifting Cowboys)
Phonograph records 14: Columbia 20837, 1951Add to your cart.
A: Always Late (artist: Lefty Frizzell)
B: Mom And Dad's Waltz (artist: Lefty Frizzell)
Phonograph records 15: MGM 11400, 1952Add to your cart.
A: Only In Dreams (artist: Joe "Cannonball" Lewis with The Blue Mountain Boys)
B: I'd Be Sweet Talkin' You (artist: Joe "Cannonball" Lewis with The Blue Mountain Boys)
Phonograph records 16: Hartz Mountain, 1952Add to your cart.
A: Parakeet Training Record, Side 1
B: Parakeet Training Record, Side 2
Phonograph records 17: Columbia 39838, 1952Add to your cart.
A: Jambalaya (artist: Jo Stafford)
B: Early Autumn (artist: Jo Stafford)
Phonograph records 18: RCA Victor 32-001, 1952Add to your cart.
A: Hadacol Boogie (artist: Jesse Rogers and his 49ers)
B: Country Boy (artist: Jesse Rogers and his 49ers)
Phonograph records 19: Acme DF 102, 1952Add to your cart.
A: The Titanic & Where The Sunset Turns The Ocean Blue To Gold (artist: Carter Family)
B: Railroading On The Great Divide & Wildwood Flower (artist: Carter Family)
Phonograph records 20: Decca 29252, 1954Add to your cart.
A: You're Not Mine Anymore (artist: Webb Pierce)
B: More And More (artist: Webb Pierce)
(BROKEN) Separated from series and placed in Box 24.
Phonograph records 21: Coral 61278, 1954Add to your cart.
A: Lonesome Polecat (artist: McGuire Sisters)
B: Muskrat Ramble (artist: McGuire Sisters)
Phonograph records 22: Excello 2041, 1954Add to your cart.
A: Foolish Jealousy (artist: Jack Toombs)
B: My Imagination (artist: Jack Toombs)
Phonograph records 23: Capital 2769, 1954Add to your cart.
A: If You Love Me (artist: Kay Starr)
B: The Man Upstairs (artist: Kay Starr)
Phonograph records 24: Decca 46151, 1954Add to your cart.
A: Tennessee Border (artist: Red Foley)
B: Candy Kisses (artist: Red Foley)
Phonograph records 25: London 1650, 1955Add to your cart.
A: John Henry (artist: The Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group)
B: Rock Island Line (artist: The Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group)
Phonograph records 26: Mercury 6400Add to your cart.
A: Tied Down (artist: LuLu Belle and Scotty)
B: I'm No Communist (artist: LuLu Belle and Scotty)
Phonograph records 27: Tennessee 757Add to your cart.
A: You're Always Brand New (artist: Carl Cheek)
B: You Can Hide Your Love (artist: Carl Cheek)
Phonograph records 28: Sheraton Records 1001Add to your cart.
A: Cuttin' Paper Hearts (artist: Woodward Brothers)
B: Nowhere Else To Go (artist: Woodward Brothers)
Phonograph records 29: King 1610Add to your cart.
A: Little Thing We Need To Do (artist: Sticks McGee)
B: ?
Phonograph records 30: Test RecordAdd to your cart.
Say, Darling, Say (BROKEN) Separated from the series and placed in Box 24.
Box 24: RESTRICTED: Broken Phonograph RecordsAdd to your cart.
78 rpm records separated from Series 4, Boxes 1-3 because of damage.
Phonograph records 1: Vocalion 14899, 1924Add to your cart.
A: The Dublin Hornpipe (BROKEN) Removed from collection prior to arrangement.
Phonograph records 2: Decca 29252, 1954Add to your cart.
A: You're Not Mine Anymore
B: More And More
Phonograph records 3: Test Record: Say, Darling, SayAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Phonograph Records, 33 rpm and 45 rpm, 1956-1991Add to your cart.
Box 25 contains 25 phonograph records from the Stoneman Family collection of 33 LP and 45 rpm record albums arranged by year of release. Some of the 45s are not Stoneman releases but are autographed gifts. One additional oversized 78 from Pop Stoneman's collection is housed with these phonograph records.
Box 25: 33 LP, 45 rpm, and oversized 78 Phonograph RecordsAdd to your cart.
Phonograph records 1: Folkways FA 2315, 1956Add to your cart.
The Stoneman Family: Old-time Tunes of the South:
Side 1:
1. Say, Darling, Say
2. The Black Dog Blues
3. When The Springtime Comes Again
4. Stoney's Waltz
5. New River Train
6. Hallelujah Side
7. Cumberland Gap
8. Hang John Brown
9. Bile Them Cabbage Down
10. The Wreck Of The Old '97
Side 2:
1. Lonesome Road Blues
2. Little Sadie
3. Late Last Night
4. Frankie Was A Good Girl
5. I Met A Handsome Lady
6. John Henry
7. The Cruel War
8. The Golden Pen
9. The Arkansas Traveler
10. A Rose In Grandma's Garden
11. Lost John
Phonograph records 2: Starday 393, 1962Add to your cart.
The Singing, Swinging Stoneman Family: White Lightning
Side A:
1. White Lightning
2. Out Of School
3. Guilty
4. Talking Fiddle Blues
5. Nobody's Darling But Mine
6. Little Suzie
Side B:
1. Turn Me Loose
2. Going Home
3. The Girl From Galax
4. The Sinking Of The Titanic
5. That Pal Of Mine
6. Orange Blossom Breakdown
Phonograph records 3: World Pacific 1828, 1964Add to your cart.
"Live" The Stoneman Family: Big Ball in Monterey
Side 1:
1. Big Ball In Monterey
2. Little Margie
3. Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home
4. Dominque
5. Sunny Tennessee
6. Lost Ball In The High Weeds
Side 2:
1. Groundhog
2. Busted
3. Take Me Home
4. Darlin' Corey
5. Dark As A Dungeon
6. Fire On The Mountain
Phonograph records 4: Sunset SUS 5203, 1964Add to your cart.
The Stoneman Family: "Live"
Side 1:
1. Big Ball In Monterey
2. Little Maggie
3. Dominique
4. The Girl Left In Tennessee
5. Lost Ball In The High Weeds
Side 2:
1. Groundhog
2. Take Me Home
3. Darlin' Corey
4. Dark As A Dungeon
5. Fire On The Mountain
Phonograph records 5: MGM SE-4363 (2 Copies), 1965Add to your cart.
Those Singin,' Swingin,' Stompin,' Sensational Stonemans
Side 1:
1. Mule Skinner Blues
2. Tupelo County Jail
3. Cripple Creek
4. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take
5. Ashes Of Love
6. A Message From Home
Side 2:
1. Girl From The North Country
2. He's My Friend
3. It Ain't Me, Babe
4. My Dirty, Lowdown, Rotten, Cotton Pickin' Little Darlin'
5. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
6. Spell Of The Freight Train
Phonograph records 6: SE 4511 MGM (2 copies), 1967Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: All in the Family
Side 1:
1. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
2. Early Mornin' Rain
3. The Three Cent Opera
4. Ole Slew-Foot
5. Tell It To My Heart Sometime
6. Dirty Old Egg Suckin' Dog
Side 2:
1. Cimarron
2. It's A New World Every Day
3. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
4. Katie Klein
5. Rita, Put Your Black Shoes On
Phonograph records 7: Design SDLP 636, 1967Add to your cart.
Scotty Stoneman: Mr. Country Fiddler
Side 1:
1. Wildwood Flower
2. Low Down Billy
3. Talkin' Fiddlin' Blues
4. Ole Joe Clark
5. Billy Low Ground
Side 2:
1. Oramge Blosson Hoedown
2. 8th Of January
3. Fire On The Mountain
4. The Mocking Bird
5. The Cacklin' Hen
Phonograph records 8: MGM 4578, 1968Add to your cart.
The Great Stonemans
Side 1:
1. Christopher Robin
2. You're Gonna Be Sorry
3. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
4. Don't Think Twice
5. The Love I Left Behind
6. Hello, Dolly
Side 2:
1. Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
3. The Baby-O
4. Nine Pound Hammer
5. Bluegrass Ramble
6. Baby Is Gone
Phonograph records 9: MGM SE 4613, 1968Add to your cart.
The Stoneman Christmas
Side 1:
1. A Stoneman Christmas
2. Little Jesus Loves Me
3. Christmas Time's A-Comin'
4. (I Won't Be) Present This Year
5. Blue Christmas
6. Let's Put Christ Back Into Christmas
Side 2:
1. A Welcome Stranger
2. Santa Played The Autoharp
3. Jingle Bells
4. Tell It Again
5. Christmas Without Dad
Phonograph records 10: SE 4558 MGM (2 copies), 1969Add to your cart.
Pop Stoneman Memorial Album (1 is autographd by the artists)
Side 1:
1. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
2. Katie Klein
3. I Love Corrina
4. The Baby-O
5. Stoney's Waltz
6. Hallelujah Side
Side 2:
1. A Message From Home
2. Where The Soul Never Dies
3. No Name For It Yet
4. The Birds Are Returning
5. The Mountaineer's Courtship
Phonograph records 11: Rounder 1008, 1980Add to your cart.
Ernest Stoneman and the Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers
Side 1:
1. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
2. The Raging Sea, How It Roars
3. Sweeping Through The Gates
4. Sourwood Mountain
5. The Dying Girl's Farewell
6. Ida Red
7. The Savingest Man On Earth
8. The Sinless Summerland
Side 2:
1. All Go Hungry Hash House
2. West Virginia Highway
3. Are You Washed In The Blood
4. Old Joe Clark
5. The Poor Tramp
6. I Know My Name Is There
7. Going Up Cripple Creek
8. Hallelujah Side
Phonograph records 12: RCA 4431, 1970Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: California Blues
Side 1:
1. California Blues
2. Looks Like Baby's Gone
3. Doesn't Anybody Know My Name
4. Best Guitar Picker
5. Jimmy's Thing
Side 2:
1. Railroad Bill
2. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
3. Shades of Yesterday
4. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
5. Turner's Turnpike
Phonograph records 13: RCA 4343, 1970Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: In All Honesty
Side 1:
1. Proud To Be Together (Happy To Be What We Are)
2. Who'll Stop The Rain
3. I'll Be Here In The Morning
4. According To The Plan
5. Hang Them All
Side 2:
1. Colossus
2. Six White Horses
3. Don't Look Now (It Ain't You Or Me)
4. Somebody's Waiting For Me
5. Let's Get Together
Phonograph records 14: RPA-LP1019, 1977Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: Country Hospitality
Side 1:
1. Country Hospitality
2. Caleb Johnson
3. That's The Way The Old Ball Bounces
4. "Coon Hunt"
5. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
6. If God Is Dead Who's Living In My Heart
Side 2:
1. Iney-Iney-It-Zi-Iney
2. West Virginia Robin Hood
3. Music City Yo-Yo
4. That's How It Is In The Mountains
5. Head To Toe I'm Country
6. Touch My Heart Sweet Jesus
Phonograph records 15: CMH 6219, 1977Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: On the Road/ a live in-studio performance
Side 1:
1. Mama Don't Allow
2. Tecumseh Valley
3. Soldier's Joy
4. You Better Listen
5. Dream Of A Miner's Child
6. Wreck Of The Old '97
Side 2:
1. City Of New Orleans
2. Beans And Make Believe
3. Sand Mountain
4. Lucille
5. Steel Guitar Rag
6. White Lightnin' #2
Phonograph records 16: CMH 9029, 1981Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: First Family of Country Music
Side 1:
1. Under The Double Eagle
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
3. Caribean
4. Muleskinner Blues
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Peaceful Easy Feeling
Side 2:
1. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
2. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
3. Old Joe Clark
4. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
5. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
6. Life's Railway To Heaven
Side 3:
1. Fire On The Mountain
2. Whippoorwill Song
3. I left My Gal In The Mountains
4. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
5. Old Shep
6. Orange Blossom Special
Side 4:
1. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
2. Guitar Boogie
3. Lonesome Road Blues
4. Cripple Creek
5. Amie
6. Prayers And Pinto Beans
Phonograph records 17: OHCS-172, 1985Add to your cart.
Ernest Stoneman, Volume 1: With Family and Friends
Side 1:
1. We Parted By The Riverside
2. Broken Hearted Lover
3. Till The Snowflakes Fall
4. My First Bicycle Ride
5. Skip To My Lou
6. Banks Of The Ohio
7. Goodbye Old Stepstone
8. Fallen By The Wayside
Side 2:
1. All I've Got's Gone
2. The Resurrection
3. My Only Sweetheart
4. Peek-A-Boo-Waltz
5. I Remember Calvary
6. He's Coming After Me
7. When The Redeemed Are Gathering In
8. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
Phonograph records 18: Rutabaga 3012, 1986Add to your cart.
The Stonemans: Family Bible
Side 1:
1. Family Bible
2. If God Is Dead
3. Sinner Man
4. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
5. Life's Railway To Heaven
Side 2:
1. Prayers And Pinto Beans
2. He Was There All The Time
3. In The Garden
4. Where The Soul Never Dies
5. Somebody Touched Me
6. I'll Fly Away
Phonograph records 19: OHCS-199, 1991Add to your cart.
Ernest V.Stoneman and The Dixie Mountaineers Volume III
Side 1:
1. Nine Pound Hammer
2. The Railway Flagman's Sweetheart
3. Angeline The Baker
4. Sinking Of The Titanic
5. East Tennessee Polka
6. Fatal Wedding
7. Silver Bell
8. He Was Nailed To The Cross
Side 2:
1. The Prisoner's Lament
2. Barney McCoy
3. Going Up The Mountain After Liquor (Parts 1 & 2)
4. Wild Bill Jones
5. Rambling Reckless Hobo
6. I'll Be All Smiles Tonight
7. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
8. Going Down The Valley
Phonograph records 20: Sun U-296, 1958Add to your cart.
Your Lover Boy/Ten Years (artist: Jack Clement)
Phonograph records 21: Hall-Way H1205, 1965Add to your cart.
Banks of the Ohio/Ruby, Are You Mad (artist: Jack Clement)
Phonograph records 22: MGM K13557, 1966Add to your cart.
The Five Little Johnson Girls/Goin' Back to Bowling Green (artist: The Stonemans)
Phonograph records 23: Rebel F-275, 1968Add to your cart.
Johnny Reb/Buffalo Girls (artist: The Country Gentlemen)
Phonograph records 24: DemoAdd to your cart.
King of the Beasts (artist: Boudleaux Bryant)
Phonograph records 25: Demo, You All Music PublishingAdd to your cart.
That's The Way it Goes, Daughter
Phonograph records 26: Columbia A6081, 1919Add to your cart.
A: Beautiful Ohio (artist: Prince's Orchestra)
B: My Belgian Rose (artist: Prince's Orchestra) Separated from 78 collection and stored with 33 rpm records due to physical size of album.
Sub-Series 3: Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
There are 152 audio cassettes in this series (contained in Boxes 26-34), arranged in the order they were inventoried. Some are commercially-produced recordings and others are personal recordings detailing aspects of Stoneman family members' lives. Titles on the personal audio cassettes reflect the handwritten or typed notes on labels.
Box 26: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
These are commercially-produced tapes.
Item 1: 107˚ and Getting Hotter: The Stonemans Live, Outdoor Performance!, Stonehouse Records C-001Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Steel Guitar Rap
2. Red Bandana
3. Mama Don't Allow
4. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
5. Soldier's Joy
6. But You Know I Love You
7. Sand Mountain
8. Jimmy's Thing
9. Dobro Chimes
Side 2:
1. Heartbreak Mountain
2. That's What You Get For Loving Me
2. Beyond The Sunset
4. Don't Think Twice
5. Truck Driving Man
6. Tennessee Walker
7. Old '97
8. Stoney's Waltz
9. John Henry
10. Soldier's Joy
Item 2: Live! At the Roy Acuff Theater (2 copies)Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. Stoney's Waltz
3. Muleskinner Blues
4. Tupelo County Jail
5. Jimmy's Thing
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. Dream
Side 2:
1. Bojangles
2. Old Chunk Of Coal
3. Gospel Medley
4. Orange Blossom Special
Item 3: The Stoneman Family, Volume 1 (3 copies)Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Rawhide
2. It Ain't Me Babe
3. Nine Pound Hammer
4. Busted
5. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister? (Mom & Pop)
6. Ruby
Side 2:
1. I Am The Grass
2. Blues, Stay away From Me
3. Roving Gambler
4. Everybody Loves A Nut
5. Weeping Willow
6. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
7. Under The Double Eagle
Item 4: The Stonemans: First Family of Country, CMH-C-9029 (3 copies), 1981Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Under The Double Eagle
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
3. Caribean
4. Muleskinner Blues
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Peaceful, Easy Feeling
7. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
8. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
9. Old Joe Clark
19. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
11. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
12. Life's Railway To Heaven
Side 2:
1. Fire On The Mountain
2. Whippoorwill Song
3. I Left My Gal In The Mountains
4. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
5. Old Shep
6. Orange Blossom Special
7. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
8. Guitar Boogie
9. Lonesome Road Blues
10. Cripple Creek
11. Amie
12. Prayers And Pinto Beans
Item 5: The Stonemans: Family Bible, Rutabaga Records RR-3012, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Family Bible
2. If God Is Dead
3. Sinner Man
4. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
5. Life's Railway To Heaven
Side 2:
1. Prayers And Pinto Beans
2. He Was There All The Time
3. In The Garden
4. Where The Soul Never Dies
5. Somebody Touched Me
6. I'll Fly Away
Item 6: E.V. Stoneman Volume 2: with Family and Friends, Old Homestead Records OHCS-173, 1986Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Story Of The Mississippi
2. The Fate Of Talmadge Osborn
3. Road To Washington
4. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
5. Two Little Children
6. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister
7. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee
8. Kenny Wagner's Surrender
Side 2:
1. The Mountaineer's Courtship
2. When the Roses Bloom Again
3. The Whip-Poor-Will Song
4. Sweet Summer's Gone Away
5. In The Golden Bye And Bye
6. I Will Meet You In The Morning
7. I Love To Talk To Jesus
8. I'll Be Satisfied
Item 7: Doggone Country: All The Favorite Country Songs About Dogs, CMH-C-6273, 1994Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Where Has My Little Dog Gone? (artist: Hoosier Hot Shots)
2. Tennessee Hound Dog (artist: The Osborne Brothers)
3. Dog (artist: The Eddie Adcock Band)
4. Bull Dog Down In Sunny Tennessee (artist: Dock Walsh with The Carolina Tar Heels)
5. Old Rattler (artist: Grandpa Jones)
6. Dad Gave My Dog Away (artist: T. Texas Tyler)
7. Hound Dog (artist: Hoosier Hot Shots)
Side 2:
1. Ya Gotta Quit Kicking My Dog Aroun' (artist: Old Tanner and The Skillet Lickers)
2. Old Blue (artist: Louisiana Honeydrippers)
3. I Found My Best Friend In The Dog Pound (artist: Burl Ives)
4. Fox Chase (artist: Earl Taylor and The Stony Mountain Boys)
5. The Poodle Dog Song (artist: Jimmie Davis)
6. Old Shep (artist: The Stonemans)
7. Oh, Where Is My Little Dog Gone? (artist: M. Hopkins and The Bucklebusters)
Item 8: On Being Human (John Denver), 1984Add to your cart.
Item 9: Cliff Ayers: Embraceable You, American Sound Records AS6000Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Embraceable You
2. Careless
3. It Had To Be You
4. Today I Started Loving You Again
5. My Blue Heaven
6. Stardust
Side 2:
1. Moon River
2. Drinking Champagne
3. Anytime
4. You'll Never Know
5. Nite Life
6. Prisoner of Love
Item 10: The Lake Country BoysAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Nothing More Than Just A Dream
2. Never Again
3. Lonesome Pine
4. Blue Grass Driver
5. Lake Country Special
Side 2:
1. The Old Home
2. Shenandoah Waltz
3. Moonlight On My Cabin
4. Hard, Hard Times
6. Light At The River
Item 11: Fiddlers Hall of Fame, Gusto Records GT5-209, 1975Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Twin Fiddle Polka (artist: Buddy Spicher and Shorty Lavender)
2. Talking Fiddle Blues (artist: Scotty Stoneman)
3. Fiddle Swing (artist: Buddy Spicher and Shorty Lavender)
4. Whistlin' Rufus (artist: Chubby Wise and Rainbow Ranch Boys)
5. Bill Cheatham (artist: Jerry Rivers)
6. Beaumont Rag (artist: Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith)
7. Jole Blon (artist: Tommy Hill String Band)
Side 2:
1. Fiddler Joe (artist: Ramona Jones)
2. Joys of Quebec (artist: Ward Allen)
3. Pretty Girl (artist: Benny Martin)
4. Lost Indian (artist: Crook Brothers)
5. Orange Blossom Special (artist: Fiddlin' Arthur Smith)
6. Trot Along (artist: Howdy Forrester)
7. Kentucky Fiddle/Lost Girl (artist: Curly Cline & The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers)
Item 12: Slimm Coxx Cowboy Caravan-Lake Compounce AlbumAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Waitin' For A Train
2. They Call Me A Playboy
3. Borrowed Angel
4. Please Send Her Back To Me
5. Old Log Cabin For Sale
6. Orange Blosson Breakdown
Side 2:
1. The Key's In The Mailbox
2. My Old Kentucky Home (instrumental)
3. Guitar Boogie
4. What's Been Happenin' To Me
5. Last Dance (instrumental)
6. I'm A Nut
7. The Mockingbird Song
Box 27: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
These are commercially-produced tapes, copies of commercially-produced tapes, and copies of gospel music tapes. The commercially-produced tapes contain songs performed by other artists previously recorded by the Stonemans.
Item 1: Rated Ten-- In Concert, Sweat RecordsAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Two Broken Hearts
2. I Just Want To Love You
Side 2: Blank
Item 2: Alhambra Corn Grinders, 1987Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Long Journey Home
2. Crying My Heart Out Over You
3. Columbus Stockade Blues
4. Mountain Dew
5. I'm Ready
Side 2:
1. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
2. Wreck of '97
3. Life's Railway To Heaven
4. O Slew Foot
5. Cripple Creek
Item 3: Yesterday's Music: Curtis & The Cornstalk, 1985Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Rabbit In A Log
2. Wagon Yard
3. Take Me Home
4. Poor Julia
5. Home Sweet Home
6. Preacher And The Bear
7. Over The Mountain
Side 2:
1. Bully Of The Town
2. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
3. Little Log Cabin In The Lane
4. May I Sleep In Your Barn, Mister?
5. When You And I Were Young, Maggie
6. Nellie Grey
Item 4: Country HospitalityAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Country Hospitality
2. That's The Way The Old Ball Bounces
3. Coon Hunt
4. Send Grandpa Off In Style
5. If God Is Dead
6. Iney-Iney-It-Zi-Iney
7. West Virginia Robin Hood
8. Music City Yo-Yo
9. That's How It Is In The Mountains
10. Head To Toe I'm Country
11. Touch My Heart, Sweet Jesus
12. Caleb Johnson
Side 2:
1. Child singing "Old MacDonald Had A Farm"
2. (instrumental: ?)
3. Gotta Do My Time (?)
4. I'm Going To Heaven Sometime (?)
5. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (?)
6. Daring Corey
7. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
8. Two Orphans (?)
9. If You Make Up Your Mind (?)
10. Decoration Day In Heaven (?)
11. Little Girl Of Mine In Tennessee (?)
12. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Item 5: The Cathedrals: Something Special, Cannan Records CC-9890, 1982Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Let Freedom Ring
2. Step Into The Water
3. We Shall Be Caught Up
4. I Don't Want To Live No More Without Jesus
5. Going Home
Side 2:
1. Turn Your Back
2. Mexico
3. Wade Right In
4. Then Came The Morning
5. Jesus, We Just Want To Thank You
Item 6: Scott: 1984 Retail Product Presentation, 1984Add to your cart.
(artist: Scotty Stoneman)
Side 1:
1. Scotty: Fiddle instrumental
2. Once A Day, Every Day, All Day Long
3. Mark III Touring Van Presentation
Side 2:
1. Mark III Touring Van Presentation
Item 7: Daddy's Old RecordsAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Once I Had A Fortune
2. Kitty Wells
3. (instrumental: ?)
4. The Road To Washington
5. The Eastbound Train
6. The Old Maid And The Burglar
7. There'll Come A Time
8. Careless Love
9. Sinful To Flirt
Side 2:
1. Sally Goodwin
2. Say, Darling, Say
3. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style (not from cylinders: The Stonemans)
4. The Sinking Of The Titanic
Item 8: Dad's CylindersAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Sinking Of The Titanic
2. I Remember Calvary
3. Murdered By The Railroad
4. (?)
5. When The Work's All Done This Fall
6. The Old Hickory Cane
Side 2: Blank
Item 9: Dad's Old Cylinders in the FamilyAdd to your cart.
Copies of Dad and Mom's Cylinder Records
Patsy Stoneman does commentary about her father's old cylinders and plays them on her cylinder player for family members.
Side 1:
1. The Sinking Of The Titanic
2. I Remember Calvary
3. The Fate Of Talmadge Osborne
4. Careless Love
5. The Old Hickory Cane
Side 2:
1. Watermelon Hanging On The Vine
2. Bad Companions
3. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
4. Fatal Wedding
5. The Bright Sherman Valley
6. Say, Darling, Say
and from a 1966 TV performance, Ernest and Hattie Stoneman perform with their family,
7. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
Item 10: Family's Religious Tape/Gospel TapeAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Family Bible
2. He Was There All The Time
3. If God Is Dead
4. Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies
5. Sinner Man
6. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
7. Somebody Touched Me
8. I'll Fly Away
9. God Has Made A Little Corner For Me
10. Written In The Rainbow (?)
11. (instrumental)
12. In The Garden
Side 2: Blank
Item 11: Touch of the Master's Hand-VanAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
Two excerpts from Ernest Stoneman performances:
1. She's My Long, Skinny, Lanky Sarah Jane (with Hattie Stoneman)
2. Bile Them Cabbages Down
Side 2:
1. Touch of the Master's Hand (repeated throughout this side)
Item 12: Christmas MusicAdd to your cart.
"Down Home with the Stonemans" WSVT radio show, late 1988 (Guests: Donna, Jimmy, Van)
Side 1:
1. Jingle Bells (Charlie McCoy)
2. Stoneman Christmas
3. Little Jesus Loves Me (Roni's daughters, Becky and Barbara)
4. Christmas Time's A-Comin'
5. I Won't Be Present This Year (Van)
6. Blue Christmas (Jimmy)
7. Let's Put Christ Back In Christmas
Side 2:
1. White Christmas (Charlie McCoy)
2. A Welcome Stranger
3. Santa Played The Autoharp
4. Muleskinner Blues (Dean)
5. Tell It Again (with Roni's daughters, Becky and Barbara)
6. Jingle Bells
Item 13: Donna Stoneman and Family: GospelAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Power In The Blood
2. Were You There?
3. Jehosophat
4. Life's Railway To Heaven
5. A New Name In Glory
Side 2: (note: damaged, plays poorly)
1. Hallelujah Side
2. Jesus Set Me Free
3. Glory To His Name
4. (instrumental)
5. Sanctified Orange Blossom Special
Item 14: Connie B. GayAdd to your cart.
Excerpts from a tribute to Ernest Stoneman, hosted by Connie B. Gay
Side 1:
1. Somebody's Waiting For Me
2. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
3. ? (Blue Grass Champs)
Side 2: Blank
Item 15: Gospel (Hilltop)Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Family Bible
2. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
3. If God Is Dead
4. Where The Soul Never Dies
5. Sinner Man
6. Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
7. Somebody Touched Me
8. I'll Fly Away
9. God Has Made A Little Corner For Me
10. The Spirit Of God Is Written On The Rainbow
11. (instrumental)
12. In The Garden
13. (instrumental)
14. (instrumental)
15. Old Rugged Cross
Side 2: Blank
Item 16: Stoneman--Gospel, Patsy's CopyAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Family Bible
2. He Was There All The Time
3. If God Is Dead
4. Where The Soul Never Dies
5. Sinner Man
6. Will The Circle Be Unbroen?
7. Somebody Touched Me
8. I'll Fly Away
9. God Has Made A Little Corner For Me
10. The Spirit Of God Is Written On The Rainbow
11. (instrumental)
12. In The Garden (instrumental)
13. (instrumental: ?)
14. The Old Rugged Cross (instrumental)
Side 2: Blank
Item 17: Gospel (Hilltop)Add to your cart.
Side 1:
(Ernest Stoneman)
1. My Wandering Boy (?)
2. Endless Day
3. Telephone To Glory
4. I'll Live On
5. My Savior's Calling Now For Me
6. Tell My Mother I Will Meet Her
7. In The Golden Bye and Bye
8. By The Reaping
9. Where The Soul Never Dies
10. Land Of The Uncloudy Day
11. We Shall Never Grow Old (?)
12. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
13. Well Done (?)
Side 2:
(The Stonemans)
1. Stoneman Christmas
Box 28: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
These are copies of gospel tapes, a copy of Don Dixon's 1963 interview, audiocassette copies of Stoneman recordings, audiocassette copies of Pop Stoneman on NBC-TV's "The Big Surprise" quiz show, audiocassette copies of The Blue Ridge Champs on 1958 WTTG-TV television shows, and various audiocassette copies of Patsy's recordings.
Item 1: GospelAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. A Stoneman Christmas
2. A Little Jesus Loves Me
3. Christmas Time's A-Comin'
4. I Won't Be Present This Christmas
5. Blue Christmas
6. Let's Put Christ Back In Christmas
7. A Welcome Stranger
8. Santa Played The Autoharp
9. Jingle Bells
10. Tell It Again
11. Christmas Without Dad
Side 2: Blank
Item 2: A Stoneman's ChristmasAdd to your cart.
WSVT "Down Home with The Stonemans" radio show (Guests: Donna, Jimmy)
Side 1:
1. Country Hospitality
2. Caleb Johnson
3. That's How The Old Ball Bounces
4. The Coon Hunt
5. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
6. If God Is Dead, Who Is Living In My Heart?
Side 2:
1. Christmas Time's A-Comin'
2. Iney-Iney-It-Zi-Iney
3. West Virginia Robin Hood
4. Music City Yo-Yo
5. That's How It Is In The Mountains
6. Touch My Heart, Sweet Jesus
Item 3: Billy, Patsy, Mom, DaddyAdd to your cart.
Various Stoneman recordings.
Side 1:
1. Doin' My Time
2. I'm The Other Woman
3. (banjo instrumental)
4. (banjo Instrumental)
5. (banjo Instrumental)
6. The Wreck of Number 9
7. Heroes of Bataan
8. White Lightnin'
Side 2: Blank
Item 4: Pop-Jimmy-Billy Barton-Wanda WayneAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Spelling Song (?)
2. When I'll Come Back To You (?)
3. I Am An Irish Hunter (?)
4. Uncle Sam And The Kaiser
5. Pardon Me, Ol' Buddy
6. What God Has Put Together
7. The Part Where She Says "I Love You" (?)
8. Why Don't They Leave Her Alone
9. Don't Forget To Write
10. Take My Tears
11. A recitation about a dead child
12. A recitation about a waiting mother
Side 2: Blank
Item 5: Stoneman Family-- Star DayAdd to your cart.
Later versions of old songs.
Side 1:
1. When The Roses Bloom Again
2. Life's Railway To Heaven
3. In The Cumberland Mountains
4. On The Banks Of The Wabash
5. My Pretty Snow Deer
6. When Snowflakes Fall Again
7. The Sinking Of The Titanic
Side 2: Blank
Item 6: Patsy Stoneman-- Reunion AlbumAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. (instrumental)
2. Today I Started Loving You Again
3. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
4. Am I Losing You?
5. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
6. Guitar Boogie
7. Caribbean
8. (instrumental)
9. (instrumental)
10. Tupelo County Jail
11. Till The Snowflakes Fall Again
Side 2:
1. Old Shep
2. Amie
3. Fire On The Mountain
4. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
5. The Whippoorwill Song
6. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
7. Going Up Cripple Creek
8. Life's Railway To Heaven
9. Prayers and Pinto Beans
10. Peaceful Easy Feeling
11. The Little Old Log Cabion In The Lane
12. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
13. Lonesome Road Blues
14. You Taught Me How To Love
Item 7: Stoneman's Double AlbumAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. (instrumental)
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
3. Caribbean
4. Muleskinner Blues
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Peaceful Easy Feeling
7. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
8. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
9. (instrumental)
10. When Snowflakes Fall Again
11. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
12. Life's Railway To Heaven
Side 2: Blank
Item 8: Patsy Stoneman and Vic Willis--8/12/88, August 12, 1988Add to your cart.
WSVT "Down Home with the Stonemans" radio show (Guest: Vic Willis)--8/12/88
Side 1:
1. Blue Ridge Mountains
2. Bob (Willis Brothers)
3. The Touch of the Master's Hand
4. They Covered Up the Old Swimming Hole (Willis Brothers)
5. Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?
Side 2:
1. Be Glad (Willis Brothers)
2. The Wreck of Number 9
3. Shenandoah (Willis Trio)
4. Skip To My Lou
5. Colorado (Willis Trio)
Item 9: Bird--PatsyAdd to your cart.
Side 1: Patsy teaching her parakeet to whistle and talk.
Side 2: Same as side 1.
Item 10: Stoneman's #2 at the Sta Inn--1/29/88, The Lonesome River Band, 1988 January 29Add to your cart.
Side 1:
Interview with Ernest Stonemnan, 1964, 2nd UCLA Folk Estival
Side 2:
Interview continued; Stonemans performing at Station Inn in Nashville, January 29, 1988:
1. Lonesome Road Blues
2. Rawhide
Item 11: Patsy Stoneman Radio Show--9/2/88, September 2, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guests: Lorna Greenwood and Kathy Shepard)
Side 1:
1. Muleskinner Blues
2. The Old Kitchen Table (Greenwood & Shepard)
3. Unconditional Love (Greenwood & Shepard)
Side 2:
1. Ashes of Love
2. Are You Washed In The Blood? (Ernest & Hattie)
3. Spiders & Pissants (Greenwood & Shepard)
4. When The Snowflakes Fall Again (Grace & Donna Kay)
5. TV Land (Greenwood & Shepard)
6. Guitar Boogie (Eddie)
Item 12: Pop and the Pebbles at Galax/ Pop on Big SurpriseAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
Pop Stoneman and His Pebbles at Galax, Virginia
1. Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow Tree
2. I Lost All My Money But A Two Dollar Bill
3. The Great Reaping Day
Excerpts from 3 episodes of NBC-TV's "The Big Surprise" quiz show with Pop Stoneman as a contestant.
Side 2: Blank
Item 13: Daddy on Big Surprise, Stoneman in the SmithsonianAdd to your cart.
Side 1: (Duplicate of Item 12, Side 1)
Pop Stoneman and His Pebbles at Galax, Virginia.
1. Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow Tree
2. I Lost All My Money But A Two Dollar Bill
3. The Great Reaping Day
Excerpts from Pop Stoneman's appearances as a contestant on 3 episodes of NBC-TV's "The Big Surprise" quiz show
Side 2:
Continuation from Side 1.
Item 14: Bluegrass Champs, WTTG-TV, 1958, Jimmy A & B, 1958Add to your cart.
Excerpts from Blue Grass Champs performances at the Hotel Charles for WTTG-TV Jamboree
Side 1:
1. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
2. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are Tonight
3. Honky Tonk Girl
4. I Don't Love Nobody
5. I Want To Wander
6. Once More
7. Teenage Queen
8. The Flint Hill Special
9. Father Alone
10. Little Maggie
11. Mama, Don't Cry At My Wedding
12. (instrumental)
Side 2:
1. A Girl In The Night
2. The Home Of The Blues
3. You'll Come Running Back To Me
4. The Little White Church In The Valley
5. Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea
6. White House Blues
7. The Pan-American To New Orleans
8. Good Old Mountain Dew
9. I'm Ragged But I'm Right
10. Where The Soul Never Dies
11. Wake Up, Little Suzie
12. Brand New Pair Of Shoes
Item 15: Bluegrass Champs, WTTG-TV, 1958 C, 1958Add to your cart.
Excerpts from Blue Grass Champs performances at the Hotel Charles for WTTG-TV Jamboree
Side 1:
1. Tequila
2. New River Train
3. It's My Way
4. Knee Deep In The Blues
5. I Guess Things Happen That Way
6. Always
7. I'll Live On
8. Little Maggie
9. Mama, Don't Cry At My Wedding
10. (instrumental)
11. Carolina Moon
12. (instrumental)
13. A Girl In The Night
Side 2:
1.A Girl In The Night
2. The Home Of The Blues
3. You'll Come Running Back To Me
4. The Little White Church In The Valley
Item 16: Stoneman TV Program, June 1966, June 1966Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Columbus Stockade Blues
2. Cripple Creek
3. Atlantic Coastal Line
4. The Girl From Gaylord (?)
5. Four Strong Winds
6. Tupelo County Jail
7. Orange Blossom Special
8. The Wreck Of The Old 97
9. Running Gun
Item 17: Stonemans WSVT with Eddie Arnold and Leroy Van DykeAdd to your cart.
WSVT radio program: "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"
(Guests: Eddie Arnold and Leroy Van Dyke)
Side 1:
1. The Love I Left Behind
2. The Last Word In Lonesome (Eddie Arnold)
3. The Auctioneer (Leroy Van Dyke)
4. The Nine Pound Hammer
Side 2:
1. Molly, Darling (Eddie Arnold)
2. Just A State Of Mind (Leroy Van Dyke)
3. Don't Think Twice
4. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
5. The Cattle Call (Eddie Arnold)
6. Walk On By (Leroy Van Dyke)
7. Blue Ridge Mountains
Box 29: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
These are an audiocassette copy of the June 1966 Stoneman television program and audio cassettes of WSVT radio program "Down Home with the Stoneman Family" dated 1987 July 31 to 1987 December 18 and undated, containing Stoneman family music interspersed with family and country music anecdotes.
Item 1: WSVT radio show-- Over the YearsAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Don't Think Twice
2. The Auctioneer (Leroy Van Dyke)
3. Half A Mind (Jean Shepard)
4. Uncle Penn (Bill Monroe)
5. The Annual Waltz (John Hartford)
Side 2:
1. Listen To The Mockingbird (Scotty)
2. What Kind Of Deal Is This? (Bill Carlisle)
3. The Wreck Of Old # 9 (Pop)
4. The Last Word In Lonesome (Eddie Arnold)
5. Shades Of Yesterday
6. Walk On By (Leroy Van Dyke)
7. Molly, Darling (Eddie Arnold)
8. If God Is Dead, Who Is Living In My Heart?
Item 2: WSVT radio show -- "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"Add to your cart.
(Guests: Fred & Armeda LeClaire, fans)
Side 1:
1. The Muleskinner Blues
2. I Remember The Day Clayton Delaney Died (Tom T. Hall)
3. Tupelo County Jail
4. Somedays Are Diamonds (John Denver)
5. Ashes of Love
6. Satisfied (Martha Carson)
Side 2:
1. Message From Home Sweet Home (Pop)
2. I Wish I Was Eighteen Again (George Burns)
3. The Girl From The North Country
4. Anytime (Eddie Arnold)
5. Walking the Floor Over You (Ernest Tubbs and Earl Scruggs)
6. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
7. My Sweet Lord (Eddie Arnold)
Item 3: WSVT radio show--"Stoneman Family At Home" 7-31-87, July 31, 1987Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Little Suzie
2. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
3. Old Shep
4. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
5. The Muleskinner Blues
6. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
7. If God Is Dead, Who Is Living In My Heart?
8. Caleb Johnson
9. Colossus
10. Six White Horses
Side 2:
1. Fire On The Mountain
2. The Wreck Of # 9
3. Cripple Creek
Item 4: WSVT radio show--"At Home With the Stonemans" 8-14-87, August 14, 1987Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. New River Train (Pop And Hattie)
2. Guitar Boogie
3. The Wreck Of Old 97
4. The Whippoorwill Song
5. Dark As A Dungeon
Side 2:
1. Fire On The Mountain (Scotty)
2. Black Dog Blues (Pop)
3. Sunny Tennessee (Pop)
4. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
5. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home
6. Dominique
7. Cripple Creek
Item 5: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"-- 8-21-87: Dr. Tribe, August 21, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Dr. Ivan Tribe)
Side 1:
1. The Muleskinner Blues
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
3. Tupelo County Jail
4. Katie Cline
Side 2:
1. That's A Chance I'll Have To Take
2. The Baby-O
3. Ashes Of Love
4. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
5. The Birds Are Returning
6. The Girl From The North Country
7. It Ain't Me Babe
8. A Message From Home Sweet Home (Pop)
Item 6: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"-- 8-28-87: Dr. Nat, August 28, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Dr. Nat Winston)
Side 1:
1. Turn Me Loose (Scotty)
2. The California Blues
3. When Snowflakes Fall Again (Pop)
4. Railroad Bill
5. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
Side 2:
1. Dr. Winston interview with Sam Coffey describing the story of Tom Dula and the background to "Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley"
2. Shades Of Yesterday
3. Sinner Man
4. My Pretty Snow Deer (Pop)
5. The Best Guitar Picker
6. Family Bible
Item 7: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--9-18-87: Bill Monroe, September 18, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Bill Monroe)
Side 1:
1. Turn Me Loose (Scotty)
2. Going Home (Scotty)
3. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Pop)
4. The Long Bow (Bill Monroe)
5. The Bluest Man In Town (Bill Monroe)
Side 2:
1. The Orange Blossom Special
2. I'm Going Back To Old Kentucky (Bill Monroe)
3. Old Joe Clark
4. When The Snowflakes Fall Again (Grace and Donna Kay)
5. The Old Crossroads (Bill Monroe)
Item 8: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--10-02-87: Van Stoneman, October 2, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Van Stoneman)
Side 1:
1. Proud To Be Together
2. Who'll Stop The Rain?
3. The Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
4. I'll Be Here In The Morning
5. Little Liza Jane
6. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
7. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
8. Colossus
9. Six White Horses
10. Black Mountain Rag
11. The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
Side 2:
1. Don't Look Now (It Ain't You Or Me)
2. Touch My Heart, Sweet Jesus
3. Amie
Item 9: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--10-16-87: Doug Dillard, October 16, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Doug Dillard)
Side 1:
1. Under The Double Eagle
2. What's That? (Doug Dillard)
3. Caribbean
4. That Pal Of Mine
5. Stars In My Crown (Doug Dillard)
6. Somebody's Missing You (Doug Dillard)
Side 2:
1. Springtime In The Mountains (Pop)
2. Heaven (Doug Dillard)
3. Muleskinner Blues
4. Never See My Home Again (Doug Dillard)
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Windy Mountain (Doug Dillard)
Item 10: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--11-06-87: Connie Smith, November 6, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Connie Smith)
Side 1:
1. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
2. Once A Day (Connie Smith)
3. Just For What I Am (Connie Smith)
4. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
5. When I Need Jesus, He's There (Connie Smith)
6. You've Got Me Right Where You Want Me (Connie Smith)
Side 2:
1. Dark As A Dungeon
2. Having Us A Good Time (Connie Smith)
3. We Parted By The Riverside (Pop & Hattie)
4. Satisfied (Connie Smith)
Item 11: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--11-13-87, November 13, 1987Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. A Girl From The North Country
2. He's My Friend
3. It Ain't Me, Babe
4. My Dirty, Low-Down, Rotten, Cotton-Pickin', Little Darlin'
5. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
6. Under The Double Eagle
7. The Spell Of The Freight Train
8. Fire On The Mountain
9. The Whippoorwill Song
Side 2:
1. The Muleskinner Blues
2. I Left My Gal In The Mountains (Eddie)
3. Tupelo County Jail
4. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am (Roni)
5. The Endless Day (Pop)
6. Guitar Boogie (Eddie)
7. Ashes Of Love
8. Prayers and Pinto Beans
Item 12: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--11-20-87, November 20, 1987Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Girl I Left Behind In Sunny Tennessee (Pop)
2. Lost Ball In The High Weeds (Scott)
3. Caleb Johnson
4. Goundhog
Side 2:
1. That's The Way The Old Ball Bounces
2. The Coon Hunt
3. Take Me Home (Scott)
4. Darlin' Corey
5. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
6. Dark As A Dungeon
7. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
Item 13: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--11-27-87: Jean Shepard, November 27, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: Jean Shepard)
Side !:
1. Don't Think Twice
2. Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
3. The Baby-O
4. Nine Pound Hammer (Pop)
5. At The Time (Jean Shepard)
Side 2:
1. I Just Had You On My Mind (Jean Shepard)
2. Bluegrass Ramble
3. Slippin' Away (Jean Shepard)
4. I'll Do Anything It Takes (Jean Shepard)
5. Baby Is Gone
6. Mercy (Jean Shepard)
7. Hello, Dolly!
Item 14: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--12-04-87, December 4, 1987Add to your cart.
(Guest: John Hartford)
Side 1:
1. Railroad Bill
2. Learning To Smile All Over Again (John Hartford)
3. Shades of Yesterday
4. Short Life Of Trouble (John Hartford)
5. California Blues
Side 2:
1. Pennington Bend (John Hartford)
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
3. All Of My Love For You (John Hartford)
4. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
5. The Annual Waltz (John Hartford)
6. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
Item 15: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--12-18-87, December 18, 1987Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. A Stoneman Christmas
2. Little Jesus Loves Me
3. Christmas Time's A-Comin'
4. I Won't Be Present This Year
5. Blue Christmas
6. Living On The Hallelujah Side (Pop)
7. Let's Put Christ Back In Christmas
8. White Christmas (Merle Haggard)
9. A Welcome Stranger
Side 2:
1. It's Christmas Time (Hank Thompson)
2. Santa Played The Autoharp
3. Jingle Bells
4. Tell It Again (Roni's daughters: Barbara and Becky)
5. O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Tennessee Ernie Ford)
6. Christmas Without Dad
7. It Came Upon A MIdnight Clear/O Come All Ye Faithful (Jimmy Dean)
8. We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Christy Lane)
Item 16: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-01-88: Happy New Year! (2 copies), January 1, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Under The Double Eagle
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
3. Caribbean
4. The Muleskinner Blues
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Peaceful, Easy Feeling (Van, Jr.)
Side 2:
1. Katie Kline (Pop)
2. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
3. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
4. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
5. Guitar Boogie
Box 30: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
These are audio cassette copies of WSVT radio program "Down Home with the Stoneman Family" dated 1988 January 1 to 1988 September 9 containing Stoneman family music, intersperced with family and country music anecdotes.
Item 1: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-15-88, January 15, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Muleskinner Blues
2. Tupelo County Jail
3. Cripple Creek
4. That's A Chance I'll Have To Take
5. Ashes Of Love
6. Message From Home (Pop)
7. Tell My Mother I Will Meet Her (Pop)
Side 2:
1. The Girl From The North Country
2. He's My Friend
3. It Ain't Me, Babe
4. He's My Dirty, Low-Down, Rotten, Cotton-Pickin' Little Darlin'
5. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
6. The Spell Of The Freight Train
7. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
8. Guitar Boogie
Item 2: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-19-88: Doyle Holly, 1988 January 19Add to your cart.
(Guest: Doyle Holly)
Side 1:
1. The Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
2. Lies (Doyle Holly)
3. Nine Pound Hammer (Pop)
4. Bluegrass Ramble
5. Looks Like Baby's Gone
Side 2:
1. Where The Soul Never Dies
2. The Fireman (Doyle Holly)
3. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
4. You're Gonna Be Sorry
5. Hello, Dolly!
6. Guitar Boogie
Item 3: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-22-88, January 22, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest appearance: Roni Stoneman)
Side 1:
1. Ground Hog
2. Take Me Home (Scotty)
3. Jubilee March (Blue Grass Champs)
4. Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?
5. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
6. God Is Alive And Well
Side 2:
1. Travelin' Man
2. Roy (Roni & Roy Clark)
3. Looks Like My Baby's Gone
4. Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies (Pop)
5. Tecumseh Valley
6. Three Cent Opera
Item 4: WSVT--01-29-88 #1 The Stonemans, 1988 January 29Add to your cart.
This tape begins with the radio show broadcast but was taped over with material from the live Stoneman performance at the Station Inn on January 29, 1988.
Side 1:
1. 100 Years Ago (Pop)
Live Stoneman Performance follows:
2. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
3. Old Chunk Of Coal
4. "Mocking Banjos" (Deliverance)
5. He Was There All The Time
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. The Whippoorwill Song
8. The Wreck Of The Old 97
9. The Sinking Of The Titanic
10. Little Liza Jane
11. Family Bible
(excerpt from previously-taped conversation)
Side 2:
1. Old Dogs And Children And Watermelon Wine
2. Jimmy's Thing
3. Orange Blossom Special
4. Cimarron
5. Caribbean
6. Sinner Man
7. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog
8. Rocky Top
9. On The Banks Of The Wabash
10. Six White Horses
11. Foggy Mountain
12. I Am The Grass
13. Stoney's Waltz
Item 5: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--02-26-88: Bill Carlisle, George Riddle, February 26, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guests: Bill Carlisle, George Riddle)
Side 1:
1. Darling Corey
2. What Kind Of Deal Is This? (Bill Carlisle)
3. Borrowed Angel (George Riddle)
4. Dark As A Dungeon
5. Man Of The Lord (Bill Carlisle)
6. While The Feeling's Good (George Riddle)
Side 2:
1. Fire On The Mountain (Scotty)
2. No Help Wanted (Bill Carlisle)
3. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
4. Too Old To Cut The Mustard (Bill Carlisle)
5. The Whippoorwill Song
6. My Name Is Jones (Bill Carlisle)
7. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
8. The Girl I Left Behind In Tennessee (Pop)
9. Man Of The Lord (Bill Carlisle)
Item 6: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--03-04-88, March 4, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
2. In The Early Morning Rain
3. Old Slew Foot
4. Tell It To My Heart Sometime
5. Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog
6. Hallelujah Side
Side 2:
1. Cimarron
2. It's A New World Everyday
3. The West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
4. Katie Kline (Pop)
5. Rita, Put Your Black Shoes On
6. Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies (Pop)
Item 7: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--03-10-88: Norma Jean, March 10, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Norma Jean)
Side 1:
1. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
2. Let's Go All The Way (Norma Jean)
3. The Girl From The North Country
4. My Heart Is Like Gibralter (Norma Jean)
5. It Ain't Me, Babe
6. The Wreck Of # 9
7. Touch My Heart, Sweet Jesus
Side 2:
1. That's A Chance I'll Have To Take
2. I Wouldn't Buy A Used Car From Him (Norma Jean)
3. Ashes Of Love
4. Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You (Norma Jean)
5. A Message From Home (Pop)
Item 8: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--04-08-88: Skeeter Davis, April 8, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Skeeter Davis)
Side 1:
1. The Blue Ridge Mountains
2. The End Of The World (Skeeter Davis)
3. The California Blues
4. Hillbilly Song (Skeeter Davis)
5. Travelin' Man
6. Try Jesus (Skeeter Davis)
Side 2:
1. Tecumseh Valley
2. Talkin' Fiddle Blues (Scotty)
3. Someday My Prince Will Come (Skeeter Davis)
4. My Pretty Snow Deer (Pop)
5. Orange Blossom Breakdown (Scotty)
6. Guitar Boogie
7. You'll Never Be Alone Like Me (Skeeter Davis)
8. Touch My Heart, Sweet Jesus
Item 9: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--04-15-88: "We Three", April 15, 1988Add to your cart.
("the Stoneman girls:" Patsy, Donna, Roni performing live between recorded songs)
Side 1:
1. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
2. In The Early Morning Rain
3. Old Slew Foot
4. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Live)
5. Tell It To My Heart Sometime
6. The Whippoorwill Song (Live)
7. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
8. The Wreck Of Old 97 (Live)
Side 2:
1. On The Banks Of The Wabash (Live)
2. Cimarron
3. Deliverance (Live)
4. It's A New World Everyday
5. P-O-R-K-C-H-O-P (Live)
6. The West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
7. Where The Soul Never Dies (Pop)
Item 10: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--04-29-88: Buck Trent, April 29, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Buck Trent)
Side 1:
1. The Blue Ridge Mountains
2. Banjo Auctioneer (Buck Trent)
3. It Looks Like Baby's Gone
4. Give It Away (Buck Trent)
5. When The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
Side 2:
1. God Is Alive And Well
2. Laura'sTheme (Buck Trent)
3. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
4. Muddy Water (Buck Trent)
5. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
6. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
Item 11: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--06-24-88: Walt Tratt "Country Scene Magazine", June 24, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Walt Trott, editor of "Country Scene" magazine)
Side 1:
1. Don't Think Twice
2. Hello, Dolly!
3. The Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
4. The Baby-O
5. Nine Pound Hammer (Pop)
Side 2:
1. Bluegrass Ramble
2. Baby Is Gone
3. Where The Soul Never Dies (Pop)
4. The California Blues
5. Shades Of Yesterday
6. The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
Item 12: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--07-01-88: Gordon Terry, July 1, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Gordon Terry, founder and president of ROPE -Reunion of Professional Entertainers)
Side 1:
1. That's The Way The Old Ball Bounces
2. Terry Cloth (Gordon Terry)
3. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
4. Dancer's Waltz (Gordon Terry)
5. Katie Kline (Pop)
6. Johnson's Ole Grey Mule (Gordon Terry)
Side 2:
1. A Message From Home (Pop)
2. Reunion Waltz (Gordon Terry)
3. Where The Soul Never Dies (Pop)
4. Whitewater (Gordon Terry)
5. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
6. South (Gordon Terry)
7. Guitar Boogie
Item 13: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--07-29-88: Martha Carson, July 29, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Martha Carson)
Side 1:
1. I'll Be There In The Morning
2. Satisfied (Martha Carson)
3. Hang Them All
4. On Top Of The Mountain (Martha Carson)
5. Colossus
6. Down By The Riverside (Martha Carson)
Side 2:
1. Six White Horses
2. Two White Wings (Martha Carson)
3. Heartbreak Mountain
4. I'm Gonna Walk and Talk With My Lord (Martha Carson)
5. Gypsy Woman
6. Jesus Said (Martha Carson)
Item 14: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--08-26-88, August 26, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Pop)
2. Little Maggie
3. The Girl I Left Behind In Sunny Tennessee
4. Fire On The Mountain (Scotty)
5. Going Down Cripple Creek (Ernest & Hattie)
6. Cripple Creek
7. Ashes Of Love
Side 2:
1. A Message From Home
2. Two Little Orphans (Pop)
3. Cimarron
4. It's A New World Everyday
5. Life's Railway To Heaven
6. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
Item 15: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--09-09-88: Charlie Dick, September 9, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Charlie Dick)
Side 1:
1. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
2. Walking After Midnight (Patsy Cline)
3. Ashes Of Love
4. I Love You So Much It Hurts (Patsy Cline)
5. The Muleskinner Blues
Side 2:
1. Crazy (Patsy Cline)
2. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
3. Sweet Dreams (Patsy Cline)
4. The Wreck Of # 9 (Pop)
5. I Fall To Pieces (Patsy Cline)
6. Skip To My Lou, My Darling (Pop)
7. Guitar Boogie
Item 16: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--09-16-88: Charlie McCoy, September 16, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Charlie McCoy)
Side 1:
1. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take
2. Harmonica Jones (Charlie McCoy)
3. California Blues
4. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Charlie McCoy)
5. Sweeping Through The Gates (Ernest and Hattie)
6. Take The New River (Charlie McCoy)
7. The Muleskinner Blues
8. One O'Clock Jump (Charlie McCoy)
Side 2:
1. The Birds Are Returning
2. Today I Started Loving You Again (Charlie McCoy)
3. Jimmy's Thing
Item 17: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--09-30-88: Charlie Louvin, Martha Carson, September 30, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guests: Charlie Louvin, Martha Carson)
Side 1:
1. Fire On The Mountain (Scotty)
2. I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby (Charlie Louvin)
3. Ground Hog
4. The Wreck Of # 9
Side 2:
1. Satisfied (Martha Carson)
2. When I Stop Dreaming (Charlie Louvin)
3. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
4. Scared Of The Blues (Charlie Louvin)
5. Katie Kline (Pop)
6. Ruby's Song (Charlie Louvin)
Box 31: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
These are audiocassette copies of WSVT radio shows dated 1988 September 16 to 1989 March 31.
Item 1: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--10-14-88: Gene Stoneman, October 14, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Gene Stoneman)
Side 1:
1. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
2. The Coon Hunt
3. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
4. I Am A Pilgrim (Gene)
5. Promises (Gene)
Side 2:
1. The Wreck Of # 9
2. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
3. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
4. The Muleskinner Blues
5. Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground (Gene)
6. When The Snowflakes Fall Again (Pop)
7. Guitar Boogie
Item 2: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--10-21-88, October 21, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Dr. Ivan Tribe)
Side 1:
1. Don't Think Twice
2. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
3. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
4. Caribbean
5. Sixty Days (Jack Greene)
6. Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
Side 2:
1. In The Golden By And By (Ernest and Hattie)
2. The Whippoorwill Song
3. Bluegrass Ramble
4. Skip To My Lou, My Darling (Pop)
5. The Peek-A-Boo Waltz
6. Shades Of Yesterday
7. The Nine Pound Hammer (Pop)
Item 3: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family" --11-17-88, November 17, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Under The Double Eagle
2. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
3. Caribbean
4. The Muleskinner Blues
5. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
Side 2:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
3. Life's Railway To Heaven
4. The Whippoorwill Song
5. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
Item 4: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--11-25-88: Van, Randy, Van, Jr., November 25, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guests: Van and his sons, Randy and Van, Jr.)
Side 1:
1. The Big Ball In Monterrey
2. Dominique
3. Fox On The Run (Van and sons)
4. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee (Pop)
5. Love Please Come Home (Van and sons)
6. (instrumental medley) (Van and sons)
7. He Was There All The Time
Side 2:
1. Darlin' Corey
2. Sinner Man
3. Dark As A Dungeon
4. A Beautiful Life (Van and sons)
5. (instrumental) (Van and sons)
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Item 5: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--12-02-88: Joe Edwards, December 2, 1988Add to your cart.
(Guest: Joe Edwards)
Side 1:
1. Cimarron
2. Dizzy Fingers (Joe Edwards)
3. It's A New World Every Day
4. Mandolino (Joe Edwards)
5. Tell It To My Heart Sometime
Side 2:
1. Sinner Man
2. Just A Little Talk With Jesus (Joe Edwards)
3. Skip To My Lou, My Darling (Pop and Hattie)
4. Patsy (Joe Edwards)
5. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
6. Orange Blossom Special (Joe Edwards)
7. Family Bible
Item 6: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--12-30-88, December 30, 1988Add to your cart.
Side 1: The first 7 songs are directly played on air from the Stonemans "Live! At The Roy Acuff Theater" audiocasette, which is the featured item of this episode, uninterrupted by commentary.
1. Old Joe Clark
2. Stoney's Waltz
3. The Muleskinner Blues
4. Tupelo County Jail
5. Jimmy's Thing
6. Fire On The Mountain
7 Dream
8. Family Bible
Side 2: The first 4 songs are consecutively played, uninterrupted by commentary, from the audiocassette featured during this broadcast.
1. Mr. Bojangles
2. Old Chunk Of Coal
3. Gospel Medley
4. Orange Blossom Special
5. Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
6. Rawhide
7. It Ain't Me, Babe
Item 7: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-06-89: Jeannie Seely, January 6, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guests: Jeannie Seely and Ed Hamilton from WSM radio)
Side 1:
1. The Muleskinner Blues
2. Don't Touch Me (Jeannie Seely)
3. Ashes Of Love
4. If It Ain't Love (Let's Leave It Alone) (Jeannie Seely)
5. A Message From Home (Pop)
Side 2:
1. One Step Away (Jeannie Seely)
2. She Always Got What She Wanted (Jimmy Dickens)
3. Sinner Man
4. Can I Sleep In Your Arms Tonight, Mister? (Jeannie Seely)
5. Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me? (Jeannie Seely)
6. Family Bible
Item 8: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-13-89, January 13, 1989Add to your cart.
(Jack Bursack of WSVT announces the new Stonehouse label)
Side 1:
1. Caribbean
2. The Muleskinner Blues
3. Don't Think Twice
4. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
Side 2:
1. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
2. Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
3. Under The Double Eagle
4. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
5. Guitar Boogie
6. Nine Pound Hammer (Pop)
7. Old Shep
8. He Was There All The Time
9. Where The Soul Never Dies
Item 9: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-20-89: Patsy & Jim, January 20, 1989Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. In The Early Morning Rain
2. What Kind Of Deal Is This? (Bill Carlisle)
3. May I Sleep In Your Arms Tonight, Mister? (Jeannie Seely)
4. She Always Got What She Wanted (Jimmy Dickens)
5. Colorado Bound
6. The Auctioneer (Leroy Van Dyke)
7. Satisfied (Martha Carson)
Side 2:
1. When I Stop Dreaming (Charlie Louvin)
2. Molly, Darling (Eddie Arnold)
3. Nine Pound Hammer (Pop)
4. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
5. Boogie Woogie (Charlie McCoy)
6. The Old Crossroads (Bill Monroe)
7. The Long Bow (Bill Monroe)
Item 10: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--01-27-89, January 27, 1989Add to your cart.
This show was a re-broadcast of the WMAU program produced by Eddie Stubbs, "A Tribute to Scotty Stoneman," originally broadcast on the 15th anniversary of Scotty's death, March 4, 1988. The show, narrated by Eddie Stubbs, comprises an anthology of Scotty's music, ranging from a rare radio transcription to the last recordings of Scotty's music and highlights Scotty's music with various groups, recordings, and performances.
Side 1:
1. Bile Them Cabbages Down
2. At My Side
3. Heartaches Keep On A-Comin'
4. The Lonesome Road Blues
5. Going Home
6. Where Will This End?
7. The Talkin' Fiddle Blues
Side 2:
1. Let Me Fall
2. Dominque
3. Busted
4. You're Gonna Wonder About Me
5. Cherokee Waltz
6. Listen To The Mockingbird
7. Old Joe Clark
Item 11: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--02-03-89, February 3, 1989Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Colossus
2. Six White Horses
3. Don't Look Now
4. Somebody's Waiting For Me
5. On The Banks Of The Wabash (Pop)
6. Life's Railway To Heaven (Pop)
7. Proud To Be Together
Side 2:
1. Who'll Stop The Rain?
2. I'll Be Here In The Morning
3. Hang Them All
4. I Want To Wander Down Yonder
5. Little Suzie (Scotty)
6. The Family Bible
Item 12: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--02-09-89: Joe Taylor, February 9, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guest: Joe Taylor, the Stoneman booking agent)
Side 1:
1. The Muleskinner Blues
2. Tupelo County Jail
3. Peaceful Easy Feeling (Van, Jr.)
4. When The Snowflakes Fall Again (Grace and Donna Kay)
Side 2:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. Wreck Of # 9 (Pop)
3. Sinner Man
4. Guitar Boogie
5. Amie
6. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
7. The Family Bible
8. I'll Fly Away
Item 13: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--03-17-89, March 17, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guests: Grace and Roni)
Side 1:
1. City Of New Orleans
2. Beans And Make Believe
3. Sand Mountain
4. You Picked A Fine Time To Leave Me, Lucille
5. Steel Guitar Rag
6. Wreck Of # 9 (Pop)
7. The Family Bible
Side 2:
1. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
2. In The Early Morning Rain
3. Cimarron
4. When The Snowflakes Fall Again (Grace and Donna Kay)
5. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
6. Life's Railway To Heaven
7. I'll Fly Away
Item 14: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--03-31-89 (recorded on Hillbilly Red's Square Dance Hits), March 31, 1989Add to your cart.
WSVT--03-31-89 (recorded over "Hillbilly Red's Square Dance Hits")
Side 1:
1. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
2. Cimarron
3. Caleb Johnson
4. Stoney's Waltz
5. It's A New World Every Day
6. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
7. In The Early Morning Rain
8. The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
Side 2:
1. Old Slew Foot
2. Don't Think Twice
3. The Spell Of The Freight Train
4. Iney-Iney-It-Zi-Iney
5. Tell It To My Heart Sometime
6. Life's Railway To Heaven
7. Somebody Touched Me
Item 15: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--04-21-89: Lance Leroy Agency, Lost & Found, David from the Cardinals, April 21, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guests: Lance Leroy from the Lance Leroy Agency, and the group "Lost & Found" and David Parmley from the "Bluegrass Cardinals."
Side 1:
1. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
2. Your Love Is Dying (Lost and Found)
3. Caleb Johnson
4. Way Down Deep In My Soul (Bluegrass Cardinals)
5. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
6. Harvest Time (Lost and Found)
7. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Pop)
Side 2:
1. Love and Wealth (Bluegrass Cardinals)
2. Iney-Iney-It-Zi-Iney
3. Give Me Flowers While I'm Living (Lost and Found)
4. The West Virginia Robin Hood
5. The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
6. A Friend In California (Bluegrrass Cardinals)
7. JD Jones (Lost and Found)
Item 16: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--04-28-89: Jane Billingsley, April 28, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guest: Jane Billingsley, owner of "The Wedding Chapel" in Nashville)
Side 1:
1. Leaving On Her Mind
2. Colorado Bound
3. Shady Grove
4. There Goes My Everything
5. Winchester Cathedral
Side 2:
1. Katie Kline (Pop)
2. Family Bible
3. The Five Little Johnson Girls
4. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
5. Back To Nashville, Tennessee
6. Bottle Of Wine
7. (Going Back To) Bowling Green
8. Hallelujah Side
Item 17: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--05-05-89: Tim White, Will Smith, May 5, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guests: artist and musician Tim White and other members of "Troublesome Hollow"; Will Smith from "Autoharpoholic Magazine")
Side 1:
1. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
2. East Virginia Blues (Troublesome Hollow)
3. Orange Blossom Special
4. The Red-Haired Boy (Troublesome Hollow)
Side 2:
1. Hassapikos (Will Smith)
2. Where The Soul Never Dies (Pop)
3. Dominique
4. If It Ain't Love (Troublesome Hollow)
5. Stoney's Waltz (Becky Blackley)
6. Bottom Branch (Troublesome Hollow)
7. Fire On The Mountain (Scotty)
Box 32: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
WSVT radio shows, "Fiddle Tunes" containing ScottyStoneman's rendition of "Orange Blossom Breakdown Revival," Pop's 1964 interview with Eugene Earle, Willard Johnson's 1967 interview with Ernest and Hattie Stoneman, Mike Seeger's tape to Pop Stoneman, and assorted family member recordings.
Item 1: WSVT radio show "Down Home with the Stoneman Family"--05-26-89: Happy Birthday, Pat, May 26, 1989Add to your cart.
(Guest: Carl Swafford, broadcasting businessman)
Side 1:
1. Banjo Signals
2. But You Know I Love You
3. Tecumseh Valley
4. Me And Bobby McGee
5. Big Ball In Monterrey
Side 2:
1. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee (Pop)
2. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
3. Ground Hog
4. Shades Of Yesterday
5. Wildwood Flower
6. The Muleskinner Blues
7. Guitar Boogie
Item 2: Fiddle Tunes, SK5-747, 1980Add to your cart.
Fiddle Tunes
Side 1:
1. Orange Blossom Breakdown Revival (artist: Scotty Stoneman)
2. Three Fiddle Swing (artist: Buddy Spicher/Shorty Lavender)
3. Maiden's Prayer (artist: Buck Ryan)
4. Sweet Nellie (artist: Joe "Red" Hayes)
Side 2:
1. Listen To The Mockingbird (artist: Fiddlin' Red Herron)
2. Cotton Eyed Joe (artist: Tammy Jackson)
3. Black Mountain Rag (artist: Curly Fox)
4. Molly and Tenbrooks (artist: Jerry Rivers)
Item 3: Pop's Interview with Eugene Earle in 1964Add to your cart.
Side 1: Eugene Earle's interview with Ernest Stoneman on March 26, 1964 during the Second UCLA Folk Festival. He discusses why he decided to go to New York to record, his experiences which led to his trip to New York and the events that transpired while there. Prior to his recording for Okeh records in 1924, he had recorded a harmonica number on an Edison home-recording machine owned by Albert Maynard in 1914 (recording was on soft wax and is no longer extant). He adapted various versions of popular songs for recording. Ernest discusses Gennett royalty payments on his recordings; his electric recording in Richmond, Indiana; his parting of ways with some members of his group; and his journey with Ralph Peer to garner new talent in the South. He also details how phonograph records were physically produced and describes other items made by Gennett in the same factory such as pianos and brakes for Ford Motor Company. Ernest Stoneman based his recording practice of working for multiple companies for straight royalties only (no contracts) on Vernon Dalhart's practices. After a falling out with Okeh, he recorded on other labels while under contract with Ralph Peer. In addition to recording in New York, Richmond, Indiana; and Chicago, Ernest recorded in Asheville, North Carolina; Atlanta, Georgia; and Bristol, Tennessee before the Depression. He explains why "The Wreck Of The C. & O." had to be made on a 12 inch record.
Side 2: The interview continues. Many of the songs Ernest used came from "Folksongs of the South" by John Cox, Jr. Other songs had been handed down during family gatherings and some music was written by himself (17 copyrighted). He gives a brief family history.
The remainder of the tape is recordings of 78s (the first two recordings are apparently alternate sides of a phonograph record that has not been identified) and Australian cowboy songs, many include yodeling.
1. It Ain't No Good (? same artist as below)
2. Chewing Gum (? same artist as above)
3. The Teacher's Hair Was Red (Three Tobacco Tags)
4. Don't Forget The Sailor Lad (Three Tobacco Tags)
5. Jimmy The Kid (?)
6. Australian Sunset Song (?)
7. By The Banks Of The Sunny Tweed (The McKean Sisters)
8. The Red Morning Sun (Billy Starlight?)
9. Poor Ned Kelly (Billy Starlight?)
10. The Faithful Old Dog (Billy Starlight?)
11. Yodelling Cowgirl (Corrina Cordwell?)
12. Aussie Shearing Game ? (Shearin' Time?)
13. Australian Wedding Song ?
14. I'll Never Be Fooled By A Pretty Face Again (?)
15. She Was Happy Till She Met You (?)
Item 4: Interview with Ernest V. Stoneman at the Second UCLA Folk Festival in 1964Add to your cart.
Duplicate of Box 32, Item 3: Side 1 ends with agreeing to perform for a Sunday School Class prior to recording on Monday morning for Gennett in Richmond, Indiana. Side 2 is blank.
Item 5: Charlie McCoy's 13th (Album) and Pop Stoneman's last recordingAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Harmonica Jones
2. Always On My Mind
3. You Can't Get Off With Your Shoes On
4. Shenandoah
5. Orange Blossom Special
6. Take The New River
7. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
8. One O'Clock Jump
9. Funky Country Living
10. I Started Loving You Again
Side 2:
Patsy Stoneman practicing "The Baby-O" on Jew's harp, varying speed and rhythm. She then plays the last Ernest Stoneman recording (for MGM, made two months before he died), on Jew's harp, of "The Baby-O."
Item 6: WSVT radio show "Down Home with The Stoneman Family"Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Send Old Grandpa Off In Style
2. Caleb Johnson
3. The Muleskinner Blues
4. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
5. Old Shep
Side 2:
1. Touch My Heart, Sweet Jesus
2. The Birds Are Returning
3. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
4. Guitar Boogie
5. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
6. The West Virginia Robin Hood
7. Iney-Iney-It-Zi-Iney
Item 7: 12 Songs (mostly fiddle tunes)Add to your cart.
12 songs (mostly fiddle tunes) (May be examples of Scott Stoneman's music; his work is definitely included.)
Side 1:
1. What Will I Do When The Bright Lights Are Gone?
2. Little Tim
3. (instrumental)
4. Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?
5. (instrumental)
6. Talkin' Fiddle Blues
7. (instrumental)
8. Wine Bottle Blues
9. Six White Horses
10. (instrumental)
11. The Great Reaping Day (Pop)
12. The Mockingbird Song
Side 2: Blank
Item 8: Compilation of Scotty Stoneman's MusicAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Big Wheel in Nashville
2. Orange Blossom Special
3. Little Suzie
4. Talkin' Fiddle Blues
5. Bile Them Cabbage Down
6. Heartaches Keep On Coming
7. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
8. Going Home
9. Where Will This End?
10. Let Me Fall
11. (instrumental)
12. Busted
13. You're Going To Wonder About Me
14. Cherokee Waltz
Side 2:
1. Cherokee Waltz
2. The Mockingbird Song
3. Old Joe Clark
4. Guilty (?)
5. Scotty's Bow
Item 9: Willard Johnson Interview with Ernest and Hattie Stoneman, February 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Copy of Williard Johnson interview with Ernest and Hattie Stoneman (Hattie's comments are garbled due to her lack of microphone. Some comments by Williard Johnson are unintelligible as well.)
Side 1: Ernest Stoneman talks about the sinking of the Titanic. He cites E. V. Barty (?) from Richmond, Maine as the author of the poem that was the basis for Stoneman's lyrics for "The Titanic." He discusses his research in the Library of Congress for background of songs he had performed.; Oscar and Frank Jenkins; Edison's recording technology; the story behind "The Spanish Merchant's Daughter;" Henry Whitter; "McKinley's Waltz" ("The White House Blues"); "Ebenezer," Old Dad" ("West Virginia Highway"); "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down;" medicine show performances and Doc Moxley; dances in the mountains; "Bachelor Bill" or "Silly Bill;" Charlie Poole and being abandoned in West Virginia by Preacher Holder; his desire for his children to play "Going Down To Lynchburg Town;" "All Go Hungry Hash House;" and Hattie's great-grandparents' homestead.
Side 2: Tape picks up from Side 1. Topics include Greene Leonard; Uncle Eck and taking photographs in the "old days;" Hattie's grandfather in the Civil War; how Hattie's cousin lost her finger; music in the Holiness Church and "The Flop Eared Mule" empowering the congregation to speak in tongues; snake-handling, snakes, and Grace eating snake rattles; paying 10 cents to learn "The Old Hickory Cane;" and revivals or "protracted" meetings.
Item 10: Pop Stoneman from Mike SeegerAdd to your cart.
From Folkways recordings.
Side 1:
1. Say, Darling, Say
2. The Black Dog Blues
3. Springtime Again, Little Annie
4. (instrumental)
5. New River Train
Side 2: Blank.
Item 11: Don OwensAdd to your cart.
Excerpts from "The Don Owens TV Jamboree" television show in the late 1950s.
Side 1:
1. The Old Rugged Cross (Jimmy Haney)
2. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Bill Emerson and the Blue Grass Champs)
3. Twelfth Street Rag (Roy Clark)
4. Mississippi River Blues (Johnny Bond)
5. Cimarron (Blue Grass Champs)
6. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Roy Clark)
7. The Prisoner's Song (Blue Grass Champs)
8. Geisha Girl (Jimmy Haney)
9. I Don't Care If Tomorrow Never Comes
10. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Roy Clark and Blue Grass Champs)
Side 2:
1. Choking The Strings (Bill Emerson and the Blue Grass Champs)
2. Hey, Good Looking (Patsy Peer)
3. Wildwood Flower (Pop Stoneman)
4. I Don't Wanna (Patsy Peer)
5. I Know You're Married (Don Reno and Red Smiley)
6. Please Pass The Biscuits (Ronnie Reno)
7. Dixie Breakdown (Don Reno and Red Smiley)
8. Family Bible (Don Reno and Red Smiley)
9. Goodbye Old Pal (Bill Monroe)
10. Big Tilly (Bill Emerson and the Blue Grass Champs)
11. Chantilly Lace (Roy Clark)
12. Roanoke (Bill Monroe)
13. Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Bill Monroe)
14. Fingers On Fire (Roy Clark)
15. Emotions (Blue Grass Champs)
Item 12: Acoustic Recordings: Edison Laboratory 1996 May 18, 1996 May 18Add to your cart.
Copy of recordings by Patsy Stoneman & Mary Lou Orthey at the Edison Laboratory. Acoustical engineer: Peter Dilz
Side 1:
1. Message From Home Sweet Home
2. Nine Pound Hammer
3. The Old Maid And The Burglar
4. Somebody's Waiting For Me
5. Sinking Of The Titanic
6. Soul Never Dies
7. Poor Tramp Has To Live
8. Old Joe Clark
9. Banks Of Wabash
10. Stoney's Waltz
11. John Henry (test)
12. Soul Never Dies (test #3)
13. Bright Sherman Valley
Side 2: Blank
Item 13: Tape That Eddie Gave MeAdd to your cart.
Mom's Birthday: Gene, Billy, Eddie, Jack, and Mom, Dean, (Bill Brazeale)
Side 1: Tuning instruments. The family plays songs informally together.(Voices are unintelligible.)
1. (instrumental)
2. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee
3. ?
4. (instrumental)
5. (instrumental)
6. Guitar Boogie
7. (instrumental)
(commercially-produced recordings)
8. Six White Horses
(Sounds like studio sessions; Eddie?)
9. Sweet Temptation (Eddie?)
10. (instrumental)
11. Diamonds Don't Mean A Thing (?)
12. One Has My Love (The Other Has My Name)
13. Roll On, Buddy
14. (instrumental)
Side 2: Blank
Item 14: Ernest Stoneman talks with Willard Johnson, 1966 September 22, 1967 February 17Add to your cart.
Ernest Stoneman talks with Willard Johnson, 1966 September 22, 1967 February 17, 1967 November 26.
Side 1: Topics include "Kenny Wagner's Surrender;" story behind "Claude Allen;" recording for Okeh; "Fiddler" Joe's identity; Frank Hutchison's guitar style; the Lowe Brothers; Roosevelt Smith; "Richmond Cotillion;" timber-rolling, corn-shucking, and "Serenade in the Mountains;" "Old Joe Clark;" Sam Patton and "Possum Trot School Exhibition;" "Going To The Wedding, Sally Ann;" recording at the Edison studios; "Bully Of The Town" and "We Courted In The Rain;" and the single Paramount album.
Side 2: Topics include Stoneman learning "The Railroad Flagman's Sweetheart" from Frank Jenkins; Stoneman's writing "When The Snowflakes Fall Again" and "The Ballad Of Wild Bill;" Walter Mooney; "West Virginia Highway" adapted from "Ebenezer" or "Old Dad;" the death of Irma Frost; Bolen Frost; "The Story Of The Mighty Mississippi;" the sinking of the Titanic; Frank and Oscar Jenkins; and the making of an LP album from Stoneman's Edison recordings.
Item 15: Bootleg Tape A-Dad, B-Mom on BanjoAdd to your cart.
Bootleg Tape 1926: Mom and Dad, Mom on Banjo, Daddy, Eddie, Billy & Gene Mom's Birthday; Birthday Tape (Hotel Charlie?)
Side 1: (may be examples of Scotty Stoneman's music; see Box 32, Item 7)
1. (fiddle instrumental)
2. Wine Bottle Blues
3. Six White Horses
4. (mandolin instrumental)
5. The Great Reaping Day
6. The Mockingbird Song
7. What Will I Do When The Bright Lights Are Gone?
8. Guilty? Little Tim?
9. (fiddle instrumental)
10. Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey?
11. (instrumental)
12. Talkin' Fiddle Blues
Pop Stoneman:
13. Say, Darling, Say
14. The Black Dog Blues
15. Springtime Again, Little Annie
16. Stoney's Waltz
17. New River Train
18. The Hallelujah Side
19. (banjo instrumental)
20. Hang John Brown On A Sour Apple Tree
Side 2:
1. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
2. The Old Hickory Cane
3. Hallelujah Side
instrument tuning (at Hattie's birthday party?)
4. (instrumental)
5. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee
6. Blessed Jesus, Hold My Hand
(Eddie and Gene?)
7. (instrumental)
8. Guitar Boogie
9. (instrumental)
10. Six White Horses
11. Sweet Temptation
12. (instrumental)
13. (instrumental) (Till There Was You?)
14. One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart
15. Roll On, Buddy
16. So Doggone Blue
Item 16: Stonemans at Grand Ole OpraAdd to your cart.
Stonemans at the Grand Old Opry, short excerpt.
Side 1:
1. White Lightning
Side 2: Blank
Item 17: Patsy Stoneman at the Edison National Historic Site, West Orange, New Jersey c. 1995, c. 1997Add to your cart.
Patsy Stoneman and Mary Lou Orthey and others live at the Edison National Historic Site, West Orange, New Jersey c. 1995: 46 cylinder recordings, no Dolby
"They Might Be Giants" on radio show for WNEW in New York. This excerpt from a radio program discusses the 1996 May 18 event when Patsy Stoneman made wax cylinder recordings at the Edison Laboratory.
Side 1:
1. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Patsy Stoneman)
2. The Poor Tramp Has To Live (Patsy Stoneman)
3. John Henry (Patsy Stoneman)
4. I Can Hear You (They Might Be Giants)
Side 2: Blank
Item 99Add to your cart.
Box 33: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
Commercially-produced "20 Bluegrass Originals: Instrumentals" and "The Stonemans: Live at the Roy Acuff Theater," Willard Johnson interviews, Stonemans at the Grand Ole Opry. Edison National Historic Site, "They Might Be Giants" radio broadcast, Don Owens shows, honoring Roy Acuff at the Grand Ole Opry, copies of old recordings, LeRoy Troy, Emmy Awards, copies of Stonemans and Blue Grass Champs recordings.
Item 1: Don Owens' Jamboree 1960, 1960Add to your cart.
Much of this tape duplicates Box 32, Item 11.
Side 1:
1. Choking The Strings (Bill Emerson)
2. Hey, Good Lookin' (Patsy Peer)
3. Wildwood Flower
4. I Don't Wanna (Patsy Peer)
5. I Know You're Married (Don Reno and Red Smiley)
6. Please Pass The Biscuits (Ronnie Reno)
7. Dixie Breakdown
8. Family Bible (Don Reno and Red Smiley)
9. Goodbye Old Pal (Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys)
10. Big Tilly (Bill Emerson)
11. Chantilly Lace (Roy Clark)
12. Roanoke (Bill Monroe)
13. Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys)
14. Fingers On Fire (Roy Clark)
15. Emotions (Blue Grass Champs)
Side 2:
1. The Old Rugged Cross (Jimmy Haney)
2. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Bill Monroe)
3. The Twelfth Street Rag (Roy Clark)
4. The Mississippi River Blues
5. Cimarron (Blue Grass Champs)
6. Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Roy Clark)
7. The Prisoner's Song (Blue Grass Champs)
8. Geisha Girl (Jimmy Haney)
9. I Don't Care If Tomorrow Never Comes (Peggy Stoneman and the Blue Grass Champs)
10. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Roy Clark and the Blue Grass Champs)
Item 2: Presentation to Roy Acuff, June 10, 1983 10 pm, Grand Ole Opry, 1983 June 10Add to your cart.
Side 1: AttorneyJim Harris, Donna and Patsy Stoneman present the Second Annual Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman Memorial Award to Roy Acuff on behalf of "The Texas Proud" staff and the Stoneman family at the Grand Ole Opry on 1983 June 10.
Side 2: Blank
Item 3: WOUB-FM 1991 August 25 Stoneman & Carters, 1991 August 25Add to your cart.
Side 1: WOUB-FM (Athens, Ohio), radio program "Hornpipe and Fugue" hosted by Dr. Ivan and Deanna Tribe, concentrating on the Carter and Stoneman families. Dr. Tribe gives detailed background history of the musical numbers.
"Virginia's Old-Time SuperStars"
1. In The Shadow Of Clinch Mountain (Carters)
2. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Ernest Stoneman)
3. Lovers' Lane (Carters)
4. Silver Bell (Ernest Stoneman)
5. Bonnie Blue Eyes (Carters)
6. Nine Pound Hammer (Ernest Stoneman)
7. The Answer To The Weeping Willow (Carters)
8. Wild Bill Jones (Ernest Stoneman)
Side 2:
1. Wild Bill Jones (Ernest Stoneman)
2. Charlie And Nellie (Carters)
3. The Rambling Recklass Hobo (Ernest Stoneman)
4. My Dixie Darling (Carters)
5. Angeline, The Baker (Uncle Eck Dunford with Ernest Stoneman)
6. Just A Few More Days (Carters)
7. The Railway Flagman's Sweetheart (Ernest Stoneman)
8. He Was Nailed To The Cross For Me (Ernest Stoneman and the Dixie Mountaineers)
Item 4: Burton & George Stoneman, Library of Congress, 1941, 1941 AugustAdd to your cart.
Side 1: Duplication of Burton & George Stoneman, Library of Congress, recording made in Galax, Virginia, 1941 August. AFS Music Duplication Project 355.
1. Cripple Creek (?)
AFS recording 4938 Side A, Strips 1-4:
2. (instrumental)
3. (instrumental)
4. (instrumental) (Old Joe Clark?)
Emmett Lundy, old-time fiddler, interviewed. He says he learned to play fiddle from Green Leonard and talks about how he learned fiddling.
AFS Recording 4938, Sides B, Strips 1-3:
Interview with Emmett Lundy continues. He says that the fiddle is not the Devil's instrument, he is a primitive Baptist, and he makes social commentary.
5. Ballad Of Lexington (Emmett Lundy)
6. (instrumental) (Emmett Lundy)
Side 2: Elizabeth Lomax interviews Burton Stoneman. He talks about Green Leonard, the history of the violin, and Emmett Lundy (Ernest Stoneman's cousin). AFS 4936 A:
1. The Wagon Tire Tightener (Burton Stoneman)
2. Waves On The Ocean (Burton Stoneman)
AFS 4936 B:
3. I'm Gonna Marry That Pretty Little Girl (Burton Stoneman)
Interview continues: Burton Stoneman talks about where he grew up.
4. (instrumental: favorite, self-composed song by Green Leonard)
Emmett Lundy continues talking about whiskey, fiddling, and dancing. John and Elizabeth Lomax continue the interview.
Burton Stoneman demonstrates "Fiddler's Dram" in various keys:
5. The High Key
6. Middle Key
7. Low Key
8. Extra Low Key
AFS 4937, Side b, Strips 1-6.
9. Cindy (Burton Stoneman)
Elizabeth Lomax interviews George Stoneman. He discusses how he learned to play the banjo. Bill Frost made George's second banjo from a dead cat and maple wood; his first banjo was made by his father from a tin cup and black threads. Sid Jr. and Tom Frost were his teachers, the banjo as the "Devil's Circuit Rider." AFS 4937 B:
10. Sally Ann (George Stoneman)
11. Say, Darling, Say (George Stoneman)
Item 5: E. V. Stoneman Edison Cylinders, c. 1927Add to your cart.
Recording from Edison cylinders made by Ernest Stoneman.
Side 1:
1. Sinking Of The Titanic (Ernest Stoneman)
2. We Courted In The Rain (Ernest Stoneman)
3. The Fatal Wedding (Ernest Stoneman)
4. The Old Hickory Cane (Ernest Stoneman)
5. The Orphan Girl (Ernest Stoneman)
6. When The Redeemed Are Gathering In (Ernest Stoneman)
7. The Bright Sherman Valley (Ernest Stoneman)
Side 2:
1. The Wreck Of The C. & O. (Ernest Stoneman)
2. Ida Red (Ernest Stoneman)
3. Old Joe Clark (Ernest Stoneman)
4. Hallelujah Side (Ernest Stoneman)
5. I Will Follow Where He Leads Me (Ernest Stoneman)
Item 6: WSM LeRoy Troy, 1999 September 4Add to your cart.
MNJ September 4 Leroy Troy. Recording of a radio program, "Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree," live from the Ernest Tubb Record Shop in Music Valley Village, host Carol Lee. Special host: Leroy Troy. (Patsy Stoneman performed on stage.)
Side 1:
1. Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
2. (instrumental)
3. Memphis Yodel (Jimmy Rodgers)
4. Pretty Little Pink (Leroy Troy)
5. The Old Gray Mare (Leroy Troy)
6. Two In The Cold (Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn)
7. Whippoorwill Song (Patsy Stoneman)
8. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (Patsy Stoneman)
9. Caroline (Merle Haggard)
10. Two O'Clock In The Morning (featuring Charlie Cushman)
Side 2:
1. Two O'Clock In The Morning (featuring Charlie Cushman)
2. Alabama Jubilee (Leroy Troy)
3. A Cold Day In July (The Dixie Chicks)
4. The Black Mountain Rag
5. Little Bitty Tear
6. The Chicken Train (featuring Waylon Woods)
7. Mary's Tune (featuring Eddie Stubbs)
8. Wake Up, Susan (featuring Eddie Stubbs)
9. The New River Train (Leroy Troy)
10. Traveling The Highway Home (Leroy Troy)
11. Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
12. Happy Trails (Roy Rogers and Dale Evans)
Item 7: Copy of Kargarise Tape 1926-27Add to your cart.
Copies of original recordings dated 1925-1927. (The "others" listed on vocals are Kahle Brewer, Irma Frost, Walter Mooney, and Tom Leonard.)
Side 1:
1. Till Snow Flakes Fall Again (Ernest Stoneman)
2. The Old Hickory Cane (Ernest Stoneman)
3. Hallelujah Side (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
4. I Love To Walk With Jesus (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
5. I Am Resolved (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
6. The Resurrection (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
7. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Ernest Stoneman)
8. The Face That Never Returned (Ernest Stoneman)
9. The Kicking Mule (Ernest Stoneman)
10. Lonesome Road Blues(Ernest Stoneman)
11. Round Town Gals (Ernest Stoneman)
12. Are You Washed In The Blood? (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
13. I Will Meet You In The Morning (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
14. In The Golden Bye and Bye (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
15. Going Down The Valley (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
Side 2:
1. The Sinless Summer (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
2. Two Little Orphans (Ernest Stoneman)
3. The Raging Sea, How It Roars (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
4. The Great Reaping Day (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
5. I would Not Be Denied (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
6. In The Golden Bye and Bye (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
7. I Will Meet You In The Morning (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
8. No More Goodbyes (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
9. Skip To My Lou, My Darling (Ernest Stoneman)
10. Old Time Corn Shuckin' Party, Part 1 (Ernest Stoneman, Kahle Brewer, George Stoneman, and Bolen Frost)
11. Old Time Corn Shuckin' Party, Part 2 (Ernest Stoneman, Uncle Eck "Johnson" [Dunford], and The Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
12. The Savingest Man On Earth (Uncle Eck Dunford with Ernest Stoneman on banjo))
13. My First Bicycle Ride (Uncle Eck Dunford with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
14. The Taffy Pulling Party (Uncle Eck Dunford with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
Item 8: Bluegrass Champs & Other Early Stoneman RecordingsAdd to your cart.
Side 1: Blue Grass Champs and other early Stoneman recordings. Songs 5through 7 on side one are from Gulf Reef recordings, circa March 1962; 9 through 14 on side one are from WARL radio in Arlington, Virginia, circa 1947-1952):
1. (instrumental)
2. Heartaches Keep On Coming (Scotty Stoneman)
3. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (Scotty Stoneman)
4. (instrumental)
5. My Greatest Friend (Grant Turner)
6. Guilty (Grant Turner)
7. White Lightning, No. 2
8. Candy Covered with Blue (?)
9. The Golden Bye and Bye (Ernest Stoneman)
10. Will You Be Loving Another Man? (Ernest Sttoneman)
11. Remember Me (Eddie Stoneman)
12. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
13. Log Cabin In The Lane
14. Somebody's Waiting For Me
Side 2: Early Stoneman Recordings from World War II with Luke Gordon (songs 1 through 5 are from WARL radio in Arlington, Virginia, circa 1947-1952; songs 6 through 13 appear to be Scotty Stoneman and --possibly--The Kentucky Colonels, although no discography references these songs):
1. Somebody's Waiting For Me
2. Molly and Tenbrooks (instrumental)
3. John Henry (instrumental)
4. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
5. Bile 'Em Cabbage Down (instrumental)
6. Dark Hollow
7. I'm Going Crazy Over You (?)
8. On The Banks Of The Pontchartrain
9. When It's Time For The Whippoorwill To Sing
10. I Believe I'm Entitled To You
11. Let This Kiss Kiss You Goodbye (?)
12. Lonesome Road Blues
13. Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love
Item 9: Copy of Reunion Album, Jimmy Stoneman, 1982Add to your cart.
Recordings for the "First Family in Country Music" reunion album set, CMH label, 1981 January-February. "Today I Started Loving You Again" and "Five Little Johnson Girls" are not on the Reunion Album set. "Lonesome Road Blues," included on the Reunion Album set, is not included below.
Side 1:
1. Old Joe Clark (Eddie)
2. Today I Started Loving You Again (Dean)
3. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (Dean)
4. Am I Losing You? (Gene)
5. Honeymoon On A Rocketship (Gene)
6. Guitar Boogie (Eddie)
7. Caribbean (Jim)
8. Under The Double Eagle (Donna)
9. Orange Blossom Special (Donna)
10. Tupelo County Jail (Van)
11. Five Little Johnson Girls (Van)
12. Mule Skinner Blues (Dean)
13. I Left My Gal In The Mountains (Eddie)
14. When The Snowflakes Fall Again (Grace and Donna Kay)
Side 2:
1. Old Shep (Jack)
2. Amie (Randy)
3. Fire On The Mountain (Van, Jr.)
4. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Patsy)
5. The Whippoorwill Song (Patsy)
6. The Poor Tramp Has To Live (Jim)
7. Cripple Creek
8. Life's Railway To Heaven (Donna)
9. Prayers and Pinto Beans (Jim)
10. Peaceful, Easy Feeling (Van, Jr.)
11. Little Log Cabin In The Lane (Van)
12. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am (Roni)
Item 10: 20 Bluegrass Originals: Instrumentals, 1978Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Flatt & Scruggs)
2. Banjo Whiz (Bill Emerson)
3. Bending The Strings (Allen Shelton)
4. Orange Blossom Special Breakdown (The Stonemans)
5. Lee Highway Ramble (Ken Clark & Chubby Anthony)
6. Kentucky Banjo (Larry Sparks)
7. Kentucky Shuck (Charlie Moore & Bill Napier)
8. Dueling Banjos (Curtis McPeake)
9. Sunrise (Country Gentlemen)
10. Border Ride (Jim & Jesse)
Side 2:
1. Slippin' Banjo (Bill Duncan)
2. Buttahatchee (Leon Jackson & Jimmy Bryant)
(tape begins to drag and playing this side becomes difficult)
3. Green Mountain Hop (Don Reno & Red Smiley)
4. Home Sweet Home (Little Roy Lewis)
5. Sockeye (Don Reno & Red Smiley)
6. Train 45 (The Stanley Brothers)
7. Limehouse Blues (Don Reno & Red Smiley)
8. Big Country (Jimmy Martin)
9. Cotton Eyed Joe (Tommy Jackson)
10. Cedar Grove (Bill Clifton)
Item 11: The Stonemans: Live at the Roy Acuff TheaterAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. Stoney's Waltz
3. Muleskinner Blues
4. Tupelo County Jail
5. Jimmy's Thing
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. Dream
Side 2:
1. Mr. Bojangles
2. Old Chunk Of Coal
3. Gospel Medley
4. Orange Blossom Special
Item 12: God And Country: The Stonemans, 1991Add to your cart.
Copy of "For God and Country" album.
Side 1:
1. I Saw The Light
2. He Shall Lift You Up
3. Turn To Jesus
4. The Great Speckled Bird
5. White Wings
6. Light Lit Up In Galilee
7. Sinner Man
8. Old Glory
9. USA Forever
10. Grand Old Flag
11. Star Spangled Banner
Side 2: Blank
Item 13: To Jim from VanAdd to your cart.
Personal audio cassette from Van to Jim. Mixes of the last recordings by the Stonemans for the album "For God and Country" (1991). Van shares his thoughts with Jimmy.
Side 1:
1. I Saw The Light
2. He Shall Lift You Up
3. Turn To Jesus
4. Great Speckled Bird
5. White Wings
6. Sinner Man
also
7. Nobody Does It Like You (with Van, Jr. and Randy's band; Kenny on drums, Mike Upchurch on guitar, Jim Corrigan on piano)
8. My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You (same as above with Wayne Watson on flat-top and vocals)
9. Daddy's Gonna Sing You A Lullaby (?) (sung by Randy Stoneman-never released)
10. Nobody Does It Like You (repeat)
11. These Shoes Keep Walking Back To You (repeat)
Side 2: Blank
Item 14: Copy of "The Stonemans: Live!", October 31, 1981Add to your cart.
Recorded at a live concert at the Roy Acuff Theater at Opryland.
Side 1:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. Stoney's Waltz
3. Muleskinner Blues
4. Tupelo County Jail
5. Jimmy's Thing
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. (All I Have To Do Is) Dream
8. (Mr.) Bojangles
9. Old Chunk Of Coal
10. Gospel Medley
11. Orange Blossom Special
Side 2: Blank
Item 15: Jimmy: Hilltop, c. 1988Add to your cart.
Studio sessions.
Side 1:
1. Family Bible
2. He Was There All The Time
3. If God Is Dead, Who's Living In My Heart?
4. Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies
5. Sinner Man
6. Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
7. Somebody Touched Me
8. I'll Fly Away
9. God Has Made A Little Corner For Me (partial)
Side 2: Blank
Item 16: Stoneman 1920 Reel #1Add to your cart.
Copies of Ernest Stoneman and Uncle Eck Dunford recordings.
Side 1:
1. Skip To My Lou, My Darling
2. Old Time Corn Shuckin' Party, Part 1
3. Old Time Corn Shuckin' Party, Part 2
4. The Savingest Man on Earth (Uncle Eck Dunford, narrator, with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
5. My First Bicycle Ride (Uncle Eck Dunford, narrator, with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
6. The Taffy Pulling Party (Uncle Eck Dunford, narrator, with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
7. Sleeping Late (Uncle Eck Dunford, narrator, with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
8. The Broken-Hearted Lover
9. We Parted At The Riverside
10. Sweeping Through The Gates
Side 2:
1. A Serenade In The Mountains, Part 1
2. A Serenade In The Mountains, Part 2
3. The Road To Washington
4. The Mountaineer's Courtship
5. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
6. The Texas Ranger
7. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
8. The Old Hckory Cane
9. It's Sinful To Flirt
Item 17: Stoneman- 1920sAdd to your cart.
Copies of Ernest Stoneman's early recordings.
Side 1:
1. We Parted By The River Side
2. The Broken-Heaarted Lover
3. When The Snowflakes Fall Again
4. The First Bicycle Ride (Uncle Eck Dunford, narrator, with Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
5. Skip To Ma Lou, My Darling
6. Down On The Banks Of The Ohio
7. Good-bye, Dear Old Stepstone
8. Fallen By The Wayside
9. All I Got's Gone
10. The Resurrection Day
11. Somebody's Waiting For Me
12. (instrumental)
13. I Remember Calvary
14. He's Coming After Me
15. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In
Side 2:
1. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
Item 98Add to your cart.
Item 99Add to your cart.
Box 34: Stoneman Family Collection Audio CassettesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Sinking of the Titanic by Ernest V. Stoneman- Edison 51823 rec. June 1926Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. The Sinking of the Titanic (Ernest V. Stoneman)- Edison 51823 recorded 1926 June. Side 2: Blank
Item 2: Bluegrass Champs/ Bluegrass Champs, The Stonemans, on Steve AllenAdd to your cart.
Bluegrass Champs, The Stonemans, on the Steve Allen Show, 1964 May 7.
Side 1: Don Owens' TV Jamboree, undated:
1. Great Reaping Day (Pop)
2. I'm Breaking In A Brand New Pair Of Shoes (Donna)
3. Bugle Call Rag (Porter Church)
4. One More
5. Steel Guitar Chimes (Lew Childre Houston)
6. Precious Memories (Jim Haynie)
7. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Don Owens' TV Jamboree, Christmas episode 1959:
1. Christmas Time's A-Comin'
2. Jingle Bells (Porter Church)
3. Joy To The World (Lew Childre Houston)
4. Blue Christmas (Jimmy)
5. Would You Like To Ride With Santa? (Jimmy)
Don Owens' TV Jamboree, undated:
1. The Prisoner's Song (Pop)
2. ? (Donna-instrumental)
3. That's What It's Like To Be Lonely (Lew Childre Houston)
Side 2:
1. That's What It's Like To Be Lonely (Lew Childre Houston)
2. A Message From Home Sweet Home (Porter Church)
3. Sugar Foot Rag (Lew Childre Houston)
4. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
5. Black Mountain Rag (Donna)
6. I'll Be True While You're Gone (Pop)
7. I Thought I Heard You Call My Name (Jimmy)
8. The Titanic (Pop)
9. Mama Don't Cry At My Wedding (Donna)
10. Home Of The Blues
11. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (Pop)
The Steve Allen Show, May 7, 1964:
1. Darlin' Corey
2. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee (Pop)
3. Orange Blossom Special
4. I'd Rather Stay Home (Roni)
Item 3: Edisons TC 105Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. When The Work Is Done This Fall (Ernest Stoneman)
2. The Wreck Of The C. & O. (Ernest Stoneman)
3. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Ernest Stoneman)
4. The Fatal Wedding (Ernest Stoneman)
5. The Fate Of Talmadge Osborne (Ernest Stoneman)
6. Down By The Banks Of The Ohio (Ernest Stoneman)
7. We Parted By The River (Ernest Stoneman)
8. Tell My Mother I Will Meet Her (Ernest Stoneman)
Side 2: Blank
Item 4: Stoneman #3 1920s Sony CAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. No More Goodbyes (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman and others)
2. Katie Cline (Ernest Stoneman)
3. Sweet Bunch Of Violets (Ernest Stoneman)
4. When The Roses Bloom Again (Ernest Stoneman)
5. The Poor Tramp Has To Live (Ernest Stoneman)
6. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee (Ernest Stoneman)
7. Kenney Wagner's Surrender (Ernest Stoneman)
8. Long Eared Mule
9. Round Town Gal
Side 2:
1. Barney McCoy (Ernest Stoneman)
2. The Spanish Merchant's Daughter (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
3. There's A Light Lit Up In Galilee (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
4. I Know My Name Is There (Ernest Stoneman and others)
5. The Fate Of Talmadge Osborne (Ernest Stoneman)
6. The Poor Tramp Has To Live (Ernest Stoneman)
7. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In (Ernest Stoneman and others)
8. I'll Be Satisfied (Ernest Stoneman and others)
9. Joe Hoover's Mississippi Flood Song (Ernest Stoneman)
10. Tell My Mother I Will Meet Her (Ernest Stoneman)
Item 5: Ernest Stoneman Talks with Willard JohnsonAdd to your cart.
Ernest Stoneman Talks with Willard Johnson, Sides 3 and 4 (Hattie's remarks are unintelligible)
Side 1:
Ernest Stoneman describes a machine he owned that played both 2 minute and 4 minute albums; "No, sir; No, sir" ("The Spanish Merchant's Daughter") and "The Mountaineer's Courtship;" Henry Whitter and his mother; Uncle Eck Robertson; "McKinley's Waltz;" "Ebenezer," "Old Dad, "West Virginia Highway," and "The Wild Horse;" "Jack Monroe;" playing medicine shows, Doc Moxley; Tom Leonard, Walter Mooney, Kahle Brewer; "Bachelor Bill," "Silly Bill;" "Waves on the Sea;" how artists got credit for songs they adapted; snow and weather; when Preacher Holder picked up Ernest Stoneman and others (including Charlie Poole , Will Hervey, Clarence Foster) in his new Chrysler in Bluefield, West Virginia and took them down to play in the coal fields and left Stoneman and Fred Lowe in Welch, West Virginia; Henry and Fred Lowe; Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers; "Going Down to Lynchburg Town;" Bill and John Rector in Fries, Virginia; and "All Go Hungry Hash House."
Side 2:
The interview continues: discussing a photograph of the old Green Leonard house taken by Eck Dunford; Hattie's ancestors; Eck Dunford as a photographer; how Hattie's grandfather lost his finger in the Civil War; the disinfecting properties of tobacco and turpentine; the Holiness church; playing "The Wreck Of Old 97," "The Ship That Never Returned," and "The Flop Eared Mule" and the congregation being filled with the spirit; Hensley, the snake-handling preacher from Cumberland Gap; old fiddlers said it was good to put rattles from rattlesnakes in fiddles for vibration; Ernest killed a rattlesnake with 8 rattles and took the rattles home but Grace ate them; "The Old Hickory Cane;" leaving things behind when they left Maryland; playing music in North Carolina towns; protracted meetings; the Scopes trial; William Jennings Bryan; and religion in Tennessee.
Item 6: Stoneman #2 1920sAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1. I'll Meet You At The Portal Where Angels Come And Go (?)
Side 2: Blank
Item 7: Ernest Stoneman with Willard Johnson Side 5/ TV shows from 1958 concludedAdd to your cart.
Interview continues.
Side 1:
Ernest Stoneman discusses David George, Henry Whitter, the stories behind "The Wreck Of The Ole '97;" songwriter G. B. Grayson; Riley Puckett; making songs last three minutes for recording purposes; the first use of the word "hillbilly" in music in 1925; "A Message From Home Sweet Home;" 3 finger picking Jack Reedy; Allgood from Winston-Salem; "Jack Monroe" and the Depression; learning "John Hardy," "John Henry," and "The Wreck of the C. & O." from "Folk Songs of the South;" and "My Little German Home Across The Sea."
Also from Don Owens TV Jamboree:
1. Mama, Don't Cry At My Wedding
2. (instumental)
3. Don't The Road Look Rough And Rocky
Side 2: Blank
Item 8: Ernest V. Stoneman with Family & Friends II OH 173Add to your cart.
Side 1:
1. All I Got's Gone (Ernest Stoneman)
2. The Resurrection (Ernest Stoneman and others)
3. Somebody's Waiting For Me (Ernest Stoneman and others)
4. I Remember Calvary (Ernest Stoneman and others)
5. He Is Coming After Me (Ernest Stoneman and others)
6. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In (Ernest Stoneman and others)
7. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (Ernest Stoneman)
8. We Parted By The River (Ernest Stneman)
9. When Snowflakes Fall Again (Ernest Stoneman)
10. My First Bicycle Ride (narrator Uncle Eck Dunford, Ernest Stoneman on banjo)
11. Skip To My Lou, My Darling (Ernest Stoneman)
12. Down On The Banks On The Ohio (Ernest Stoneman)
13. Goodbye, Dear Old Stepstone (Ernest Stoneman)
14. Fallen By The Wayside (Ernest Stoneman)
Side 2:
1. Joe Hoover's Mississippi Flood Song (Ernest Stoneman)
2. The Fate Of Talmadge Osborne (Ernest Stoneman)
3. The Road To Washington (Ernest Stoneman)
4. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane (Ernest Stoneman)
5. Two Little Ophans--Our Mama's In Heaven (Ernest Stoneman)
6. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister? (Ernest Stoneman)
7. The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee (Ernest Stoneman)
8. The Surrender Of Kenney Wagner (Ernest Stoneman)
9. The Mountaineer's Courtship (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
10. When The Roses Bloom Again (Ernest Stoneman)
11. The Whippoorwill Song (Ernest and Hattie Stoneman)
12. Sweet Summer Has Gone Away (Ernest Stoneman and others)
13. In The Golden Bye And Bye (Ernest Stoneman and others)
14. I Will Meet You In The Morning (Ernest Stoneman and others)
15. I Love To Walk With Jesus (Ernest Stoneman and others)
16. I'll Be Satisfied (Ernest Stoneman and others)
Item 9: Stoneman Slide ShowAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
Narrative companion audio cassette to Stoneman Slide Show in Box 38.
Side 2: Blank
Item 10: Ernest V. Stoneman on Edison Records, Tape 1 of 3, 1926-1927Add to your cart.
U.S. Department of Interior: National Park Service, National Edison Historic Site. Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman.
Side 1:
1. Bad Companions (Edison 51788)
2. When The Work's All Done This Fall (Edison 51788)
3. Wild Bill Jones (Edison 51869)
4. The Wreck Of The C. & O. (Edison 51823)
5. John Henry (Edison 51869)
6. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Edison 51823)
7. Watermelon Hanging On The Vine (Edison 51864)
8. The Old Hickory Cane (Edison 51864)
9. My Little German Home Across The Sea (Edison 51909)
10. Bury Me Beneath The Willow (Edison 51909)
11. Bright Sherman Valley (Edison 51951)
Side 2:
1. Once I Had A Fortune (Edison 51935)
2. The Long Eared Mule (Edison 52056)
3. Hop Light Ladies (Edison 52056)
4. Two Little Orphans--Our Mama's In Heaven (Edison 51935)
5. Kitty Wells (Edison 51994)
6. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (Edison 51938)
7. Tell Mother I Will Meet Her (Edison 51938)
8. We Courted In The Rain (Edison 51994)
9. The Bully Of The Town (Edison 51951)
10. Fate of Talmadge Osborne (Edison 52056)
11. The Orphan Girl (Edison 5367)
Item 11: Ernest V. Stoneman on Edison Records, Tape 2 of 3, 1927-1928Add to your cart.
U.S. Department of Interior: National Park Service, National Edison Historic Site. Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman.
Side 1:
1. Pass Around The Bottle (unissued)
2. The Fatal Wedding (Edison 52026)
3. The Little Black Moustache (unissued)
4. Puttin' On The Style (unissued)
5. All Go Hungry Hash House (unissued)
6. Sally Goodwin (unissued)
7. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In (unissued)
8. He Was Nailed To The Cross For Me (unissued)
9. He Was Nailed To The Cross For Me (Edison 52290)
10. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In (Edison 52290)
11. All Go Hungry Hash House (Edison 52350)
12. There'll Come A Time (Edison 52369)
Side 2:
1. Sally Goodwin (Edison 52350)
2. Careless Love (Edison 52386)
3. The East Bound Train (Edison 52299)
4. The Unlucky Road To Washington (Edison 52299)
5. The Old Maid And The Burglar (Edison 52369)
6. Down On The Banks Of The Ohio (Edison 52312)
7. We Parted At The River (Edison 52312)
8. It's Sinful To Flirt (Edison 52386)
9. Goodbye, Dear Old Stepstone (Edison 52489)
10. Fallen By The Wayside (Edison 52461)
11. All I've Got's Gone (Edison 52489)
12. My Mother And My Sweetheart (unissued)
Item 12: Ernest V. Stoneman on Edison Records, Tape 3 of 3, 1928Add to your cart.
U.S. Department of Interior: National Park Service, National Edison Historic Site. Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman.
Side 1:
1. Remember The Poor Tramp Has To Live (unissued)
2. The Prisoner's Lament (Edison 52461)
3. Midnight On The Stormy Deep (unissued)
4. The Pretty Mohea (Indian Maid) (unissued)
5. I Remember Calvary (Edison 52479)
6. He Is Coming After Me (Edison 52479)
7. (instrumental)
8. (instrumental: We Courted In The Rain?)
Side 2: Blank
Item 13: Ernest V. Stoneman on Edison Records, Duplicate Tape 1 of 3, 1926-1927Add to your cart.
U.S. Department of Interior: National Park Service, National Edison Historic Site. Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman.
1. Bad Companions (Edison 51788)
2. When The Work's All Done This Fall (Edison 51788)
3. Wild Bill Jones (Edison 51869)
4. The Wreck Of The C. & O. (Edison 51823)
5. John Henry (Edison 51869)
6. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Edison 51823)
7. Watermelon Hanging On The Vine (Edison 51864)
8. The Old Hickory Cane (Edison 51864)
9. My Little German Home Across The Sea (Edison 51909)
10. Bury Me Beneath The Willow (Edison 51909)
11. Bright Sherman Valley (Edison 51951)
Side 2:
1. Once I Had A Fortune (Edison 51935)
2. The Long Eared Mule (Edison 52056)
3. Hop Light Ladies (Edison 52056)
4. Two Little Orphans--Our Mama's In Heaven (Edison 51935)
5. Kitty Wells (Edison 51994)
6. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (Edison 51938)
7. Tell Mother I Will Meet Her (Edison 51938)
8. We Courted In The Rain (Edison 51994)
9. The Bully Of The Town (Edison 51951)
10. Fate of Talmadge Osborne (Edison 52056)
11. The Orphan Girl (Edison 5367)
Item 14: Ernest V. Stoneman on Edison Records, Duplicate Tape 2 of 3, 1927-1928Add to your cart.
U.S. Department of Interior: National Park Service, National Edison Historic Site. Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman.
Side 1:
1. Pass Around The Bottle (unissued)
2. The Fatal Wedding (Edison 52026)
3. The Little Black Moustache (unissued)
4. Puttin' On The Style (unissued)
5. All Go Hungry Hash House (unissued)
6. Sally Goodwin (unissued)
7. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In (unissued)
8. He Was Nailed To The Cross For Me (unissued)
9. He Was Nailed To The Cross For Me (Edison 52290)
10. When The Redeemed Are Gathered In (Edison 52290)
11. All Go Hungry Hash House (Edison 52350)
12. There'll Come A Time (Edison 52369)
Side 2:
1. Sally Goodwin (Edison 52350)
2. Careless Love (Edison 52386)
3. The East Bound Train (Edison 52299)
4. The Unlucky Road To Washington (Edison 52299)
5. The Old Maid And The Burglar (Edison 52369)
6. Down On The Banks Of The Ohio (Edison 52312)
7. We Parted At The River (Edison 52312)
8. It's Sinful To Flirt (Edison 52386)
9. Goodbye, Dear Old Stepstone (Edison 52489)
10. Fallen By The Wayside (Edison 52461)
11. All I've Got's Gone (Edison 52489)
12. My Mother And My Sweetheart (unissued)
Item 15: Ernest V. Stoneman on Edison Records, Duplicate Tape 3 of 3, 1928Add to your cart.
U.S. Department of Interior: National Park Service, National Edison Historic Site. Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman.
Side 1:
1. Remember The Poor Tramp Has To Live (unissued)
2. The Prisoner's Lament (Edison 52461)
3. Midnight On The Stormy Deep (unissued)
4. The Pretty Mohea (Indian Maid) (unissued)
5. I Remember Calvary (Edison 52479)
6. He Is Coming After Me (Edison 52479)
7. (instrumental)
8. (instrumental: We Courted In The Rain?)
Side 2: Blank
Item 16: Lindsey King interview with Patsy Stoneman, April 20, 2005Add to your cart.
Audiocassette taped interview by Dr. Lindsey King, East Tennessee State University Department of Sociology and Anthropology, with Patsy Stoneman.
Sub-Series 4: CDs and DVDsAdd to your cart.
This sub-series consisting of 3 CDs and 46 DVDs is contained in Box 35.
Box 35: CDs and DVDs, c. 1949-2008Add to your cart.
DVDs 1-4 and 8-40 and CDs 5-7 contain excerpts from the Stoneman television show "Those Stonemans" (late 1960s), excerpts and clips related to the Blue Grass Champs and Pop Stoneman, a video of Dean Stoneman and Vintage Grass, CDs featuring audio of some of the same, video of various musical performances, home movies, and appearances of Stoneman family members.

Items 41-43 relate to Jim Dugan's early career as a Navy photographer.

Items 44-46 were part of a subsequent donation and are commercially-produced videos of a BBC documentary about folk music in America (includes segments about Ernest Stoneman), the Country Music Hall of Fame ceremony in which Ernest Stoneman was inducted, and a subsequent Nashville program in which Patsy Stoneman was the guest.
CD 1: Ernest "Pop" Stoneman on NBC-TV's The Big Surprise Television Show, 1956 MayAdd to your cart.
Ernest Stoneman as a contestant on NBC-TV's "The Big Surprise" television show in March of 1956.
CD 2: Don Dixon Interview, 1963 July 15Add to your cart.
Don Dixon, Patsy Stoneman's third husband, interviewed Billy, Patsy, Mom and Ernest Stoneman.
CD 3: The Stoneman Family: Audio from Television PerformancesAdd to your cart.
DVD 1: "Those Stonemans", 1965-1969Add to your cart.
1. Show 2-D
2. Show 31
3. Show 35-D
4. Show 45-D
5. Show 70
6. Show 14
DVD 2: Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, 1956Add to your cart.
The Bluegrass Champs perform on this episode of "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts." The Blue Grass Champs won the contest on the show.
DVD 3: Excerpts and ClipsAdd to your cart.
1. Stoneman Family: Orange Blossom Special/Bury Me Beneath the Willow
2. Music of the Land: NBC-TV, 1968 February 9
3. Patsy Stoneman: Banks of Ohio
4. Donna Stoneman: Orange Blossom Special
5. Patsy and Pop Stoneman on Autoharp
6. The Stonemans with Joe and Janette Carter
7. Stoneman Tribute at the Acuff Theatre, 1981 October 31
DVD 4: Dean Stoneman and Vintage Grass, 1986 November 16Add to your cart.
Live Concert appearance in Maryland.
DVD 5: Master DVD 1, 1996 July 15Add to your cart.
SF 1: 1996 July 15 interview about Edison recordings. Patsy is interviewed about recording cylinders for the Edison Company Anniversary and Stoneman family history.

SF 6: Greats at the Grand Ole Opry: 1987. Boxcar Willie Train Songs. Boxcar Willie talks about trains, stations, and songs.
1. DeFord Bailey
2. Freight Train Blues (Roy Acuff)
3. Wabash Cannonball (Jerry Reed)
4. Train 45 Headed South (Bill Monroe)
5. Midnight Special (Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper)
6. Atlantic Coastal Line (Stonemans)
7. Night Train To Memphis (Grandpa Jones)
8. Casey Jones (Eddie Arnold)
9. Wreck Of The Old 97 (Hank Snow)
10 Movin' On (Hank Snow)
11.Freight Train (Floyd Cramer & Chet Atkins)
12. Orange Blossom Special (Tommy Jackson)
13. Train Medley (Boxcar Willie)

SF 7: Crook and Chase, Show #935479, aired 1993 September 2. Clips of Stoneman performance. Patsy, Roni, and Donna performing "Five Little Johnson Girls;" CMA Award; interview with Patsy.

SF 12: Fire On The Mountain. Show recorded from television, has commercials: 1985. Host David Holt.
1. Keep On The Sunny Side (David Holt)
2. Muleskinner Blues (Patsy, Donna, Jimmy, Van)
3. The Whippoorwill Song (Patsy)
4. Stoney's Waltz (Patsy)
5. Hello, Stranger (Joe & Janette Carter)
6. Gospel Medley (Stonemans)
7. Orange Blossom Special (Stonemans)
8. Little Liza Jane (Holt & Stonemans)

SF 13: Gene and Patsy at Long's Store in Manchester, Tennessee. Camera date: 1990 September 17. Shots of home video of family store and Long family (?)
1. John Henry (Patsy and Gene)
2. Bile Them Cabbage Down (Patsy and Gene)
3. Wildwood Flower (Patsy and Gene)
DVD 6: Master DVD 2, 1991 July 21Add to your cart.
SF 2: 1991 July 21 Third Annual Stoneman Reunion at Fairview Ruritan Club. Lots of unidentified Stoneman family members organizing food, eating, and talking. Roni speaking, then grace said over food. Roni, Patsy, Donna, and Gene perform:
1. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
2. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
3. I Am A Pilgrim
4. Home Sweet Home
5. New River Train
6. Old Dogs, Children, And Watermelon Wine
8. The Secret Place
9. Copperhead Road
10. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
11. Under The Double Eagle
12. Am I Losing You?
14. The Whippoorwill Song
15. Stoney's Waltz
16. The Wreck Of The Old 97
Roni telling stories
17. Stoneman Reunion Song
18. Nine Pound Hammer
19. Dueling Banjos
20. Broken Promises
John Perry Alderman; local Carroll County history; Stoneman history
Roni autographing.
DVD 7: Master DVD 3, 1995 July 23Add to your cart.
SF 3-A: 1995 Stoneman Reunion at the Carroll County High School in Hillsville, Virginia. Stonemans eating; committee reports; giveaways; auction; visiting; lots of Roni; Patsy and Gene warming up; Roni introducing boys from the Shallow Creek Band from Danville, Virginia; warming up; shots of food; playing cards; socializing; Gene playing guitar with Roni and Patsy:
1. Sunny Side Of The Street
2. The Whippoorwill Song (Patsy)
Roni telling about how she learned to play
Roni as "First Lady of the Banjo"
3. Lonesome Road Blues (Roni and Claude Lucas)
DVD 8: Master DVD 4, 1995 July 23Add to your cart.
SF 3-B: Cornerstone (?) Broom Gospel Quartet program; unknown person; Shallow Creek Band with Roni:
1. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
2. Mountain Dew
3. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
4. Home Sweet Home
5. Lonesome Road Blues
Unknown dancers; Gene
6. Soldier's Joy (Patsy on Jew's Harp with Claude Lucas)
7. Old Joe Clark (Roni)
8. Somebody's Waiting For Me
9. Bile Them Cabbage Down
10. John Henry
Claude Lucas and friends jam on stage for conclusion.
DVD 9: Master DVD 5, 1997 July 27Add to your cart.
SF 4-A: 1997 Stoneman Reunion at the Carroll County High School. Performance by Gene, Patsy, and Mary Lou Orthy:
1. Where The Soul Never Dies
2. Living On The Hallelujah Side
Speeches; general announcements; gospel service; eating; shots of people; old pictures, paintings, gifts, etc.; group photo; Broom Gospel Quartet; drawing for door prizes.
DVD 10: Master DVD 6, 1997 July 27Add to your cart.
SF 4-B: Stoneman Family Reunion. Committee reports; auction; Patsy and Roni perform:
1. James Stoneman Siong
Roni telling stories; Patsy and Mike Orthy perform:
2. New River Train
3. Wreck Of The # 9
4. The Birds Are Returning
5. Say, Darling, Say
Gene on "Whomper:"
6. Momma Don't Allow
7. ?
8. ?
9. Am I Losing You?
10. Angels Flying Too Close To The Ground
11. Country Road
12. Crazy (Jim and Roni)
Jim, Roni, Patsy, Mary Lou Orthy, Roni, Gene:
13. Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
14. Lonesome Road Blues
15. Somebody's Waiting For Me
16. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
DVD 11: Master DVD 7Add to your cart.
SF 5: Acuff Theater Show; Bristol Anniversary Show; Patsy on Anna Prince Show. Poor copy of SF 10; Jimmy, Patsy, Mary Lou Orthy, and Donna:
1. The Sinking Of The Titanic
2. The Whippoorwill Song
3. Somebody's Waiting For Me
4. Stoney's Waltz
Closing remarks by Mike Seegar; "The Real Heroes of Country Music" with Anna Prince:
1. To Cannon's Land
Stoneman family history.
2. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
3. Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow
Bristol history.
4. The Whippoorwill Song
DVD 12: Master DVD 8, c. 1956Add to your cart.
SF 8: Crook and Chase (entire show: includes SF 7)

SF 10: 1980 October 31; Dr. Nat Winston with Stoneman family history. Home movie of Stoneman family; tribute narrated by Dr. Nat Winston. Stoneman performances of:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
3. Stoney's Waltz
4. The Muleskinner Blues
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Jimmy's Thing
7. Fire On The Mountain (Marshal Tucker Band version)
8. Breaking Loose
9. Dream, Dream, Dream
10. Mr. Bojangles
11. Easy Goin'
12. I Miss My Baby
13. I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal
14. Gospel Medley
15. Five Little Johnson Girls (Roni)
16. Cripple Creek
17. Orange Blossom Special
18. There's Somebody Waiting For Me
Shots of the reception.

SF 13: Camera date 1990 September 17. Gene and Patsy at Long's Store in Manchester, Tennessee. Patsy and Gene:
1. John Henry
2. Bile Them Cabbage Down
3. Wildwood Flower

SF 15: Golden Years of TV- Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts. Competition between:
Blue Grass Champs (Donna, Scotty, and Jimmy Stoneman; Jimmy Case; Porter Church) performing "Salty Dog Blues" (talent scout Sanford Bomstein)
Geno Sambucco (24-year old classical violinist from Julliard) performing "Bend Of The Fiddle" (talent scout Lee Caputy)
Ann Leonarda (Jazz-Pop singer) performing "Bringing My Honey Back To Me" (talent scout Alfonso Lovio)
The Blue Grass Champs win the competition.
DVD 13: Master DVD 9Add to your cart.
SF 9: Pop and friends music. Home movie of unidentified people playing music in a living room:
1. Gotta Travel On
2. I'm Dreaming Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
3. Love Please Come Home (?)
4. John Hardy
5. Little Log Cabin On The Hill
6. No One As Sweet As You
7. (?)
8. Okie From Muskogee
9. Corrina, Corrina
10. How Mountain Girls Can Love
11. Lonesome Road Blues
12. I'm So Lonesome When You're Gone
13. Save The Last Dance For Me (?)
14. Greenback Dollar
15 (?)
16. Sunny Side Of The Mountain
17. Let Me
18. Love Me One More Time
19. "T" Is For Texas
20. Home Sweet Home
21. My Heart's Crumbling Down (?)
22. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
23. I'll Be Right Here, My Dear
24. Some Ole Day
25. Wildwood Flower
26. It Takes One
27. (instrumental)
28. Faded Love
29. Sing Me Back Home Before I Die
30. Where Could I Go?
31. Train 45
DVD 14: Master DVD 10Add to your cart.
SF 11 Eddie Stoneman Benefit, 1986 March 13, at Station Inn in Nashville. WTVF channel 5 in Nashville; "Talk of the Town" program that featured Roni and Vassar Clement at the Eddie Stoneman benefit; interview with Roni
1. Lonesome Fiddle Blues (Vassar Clement)
2. Goin' Down The Road, Feelin' Bad (Roni)
Roni: hints on repairing/patching a dress
3. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Roni)
Eyewitness News clip of benefit: brief family history; interview with Patsy; Vassar Clement's wife, Millie; Bob Saxton; Mike Snider; Roni

SF 16: Pop Stoneman/ Yesteryear In Nashville. Pop, Roni, Jerry Monday, Donna, Jimmy, Van, Bob Lord
1. Wildwood Flower
2. Nine Pound Hammer
3. Shadows On The Wall (Bob Lord)
4. When The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
5. Banks Of The Ohio (Patsy)
6. Weeping Willow
Last 2 tunes from episode 31, SF 25 & 29.
Yesteryear in Nashville: Host Archie Campbell; interviews with Patsy and Donna; history of Pop and the family
7. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (at Grand Old Opry in 1965)
8. The Sinking Of The Titanic
DVD 15: Master DVD 11Add to your cart.
SF 13: Gene and Patsy at Long's Store in Manchester, Tennessee. Camera date: 1990 September 17. Shots of home video of family store and Long family (?)
1. John Henry (Patsy and Gene)
2. Bile Them Cabbage Down (Patsy and Gene)
3. Wildwood Flower (Patsy and Gene)

SF 15: Golden Years of TV- Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts. Competition between:
Blue Grass Champs (Donna, Scotty, and Jimmy Stoneman, Jimmy Case, Porter Church) performing "Salty Dog Blues" (talent scout Sanford Bomstein)
Geno Sambucco (24-year old classical violinist from Julliard) performing "Bend Of The Fiddle" (talent scout Lee Caputy)
Ann Leonarda (Jazz-Pop singer) performing "Bringing My Honey Back To Me" (talent scout Alfonso Lovio)
The Blue Grass Champs win the competition.

SF 8: Crook and Chase (entire show: includes SF 7)

SF 10: 1980 October 31; Dr. Nat Winston with Stoneman family history. Home movie of Stoneman family; tribute narrated by Dr. Nat Winston. Stoneman performances of:
1. Old Joe Clark
2. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
3. Stoney's Waltz
4. The Muleskinner Blues
5. Tupelo County Jail
6. Jimmy's Thing
7. Fire On The Mountain (Marshal Tucker Band version)
8. Breaking Loose
9. Dream, Dream, Dream
10. Mr. Bojangles
11. Easy Goin'
12. I Miss My Baby
13. I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal
14. Gospel Medley
15. Five Little Johnson Girls (Roni)
16. Cripple Creek
17. Orange Blossom Special
18. There's Somebody Waiting For Me
Shots of the reception.
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SF 17: "Real Heroes of Country Music." Copy of SF 5 (better quality).

SF 18: "Road to Nashville." Film featuring several country music stars. Includes footage of Van, Jimmy, Donna, Roni, and Pop. Some of Jerry Monday.
1. Donnamite
2. Tupelo County Jail
3. Cripple Creek
Other artists: Marty Robbins; Kitty Wells; Web Pierce; Lefty Frizzell; Hank Snow; Osborne Brothers; Porter Wagoner; "Mother" Maybelle, Helen, June, and Anita Carter; Johnny Cash; Connie Smith; and Ferron Young.

SF 19: Roni's birthday (c. 1988) on "Nashville Now." Entire show, artists perrform, talk, etc. Ralph Emery recognizes Flag Pond eighth grade; Freddy Weller performs "Nadine;" Brandon Weller "Let's Go Rockin' All Over That Town;" Ricky Van Shelton "Don't We All Have That Right?;" Roni "Goin' Down This Road Feelin' Bad;" Roni talks about her birth, etc.; Pinkard and Bowden "Arab, Alabama;" Shelton "Life Turned Her That Way;" Pinkard and Bowden "Doggy Do;" Roni "16th Avenue;" phone segment.
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SF 20: Roni on "Nashville Now," 1986 November 6. Entire program, including commercials.
1. Ballad Of Forty Dollars (Tom T. Hall)
2. Lew Dewitt (?)
3. I'll Be Your San Antonio Rose (Patsy)
4. Wreck Of The Old 97 (Roni)
Talk about Pop's cylinders.
5. The Sinking Of The Titanic (Pop)
Phone segment.
6. Down At The Mall (Tom T. Hall)
7. Hello, Houston (Lew Dewitt)
8. Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine (Tom T. Hall)
9. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Roni)

SF 21: Roots. Interview with Patsy and Gene; history of Stonemans in country music; clips of "Bury Me Beneath The Willow" and "Dueling Banjos;" Jack Clement comments.
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SF 22: Stoneman Family, Part 1. Patsy, Van, Donna, and Jimmy at Shenandoah University, Virginia.
1. Cimarron
2. Old Chunk Of Coal
3. Truck Driving Man
4. Early Morning Rain
5. Mr. Bojangles
6. Jimmy's Thing
7. The Little Log Cabin In The Lane
Eddie, Gene, and Dean join in.
8. Old Joe Clark
9. Stoney's Waltz
10. Wildwood Flower
11. Muleskinner Blues
12. Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship
13. Guitar Boogie
Distinguished Service Award, Lifetime Achievement in Traditional American Music.
14. Somebody's Waiting For Me
(cont'd on SF 23)

SF 23: Stoneman Family, Part 2.
15. Orange Blossom Special
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SF 24: Stoneman Family: Roots of Country. Gene speaking; Mac Wiseman excerpts; Patsy, Donna, and Jimmy speaking; "Roll On Buddy;" clip of "Orange Blossom Special;" short excerpt of Patsy; Roni, Donna, Gene, Patsy, and Jimmy perform "Dueling Banjos." Out-takes of Roni about her life and character; Donna and Jimmy discuss the early years, the home in Galax; Van being born in a hospital; still shot of Jimmy;
1. The Sinking Of The Titanic
2. Dueling Banjos
3. The Wreck Of The Old 97
Sam Philips' unedited interviews.
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SF 25: Stoneman TV episodes 2, 31, 35 hosted by Bob Jennings. Stoneman 68-2. Donna, Roni, Patsy, Van, and Jimmy:
1. You're Gonna Be Sorry
2. (unidentified fiddle instrumental)
3. Gentle On My Mind
Stonemans at Lake Winnepesaukah, Chattanooga, Tennessee; on carnival rides; Bobby Bare performs:
1. Shame On Me
2. Four Strong Winds
3. Five Hundred Miles
4. Miller's Cave
5. Streets Of Baltimore
6. I Wanna Go Home
Stonemans perform:
1. (instrumental)
2. Orange Blossom Special

Stoneman 68-31. Roni, Donna, Van, Jimmy, and Jerry Monday perform.
1. It Takes A Worried Man
2. Cripple Creek
3. Oh, Lonesome Me
4. Flint Hill Special
5. Banks Of The Ohio (Patsy)
6. Orange Blossom Special
7. Bury Me Beneath The Weeping Willow (Pop and Patsy)
8. Family Bible

Stoneman 68-35. With Mom and Pop.
1. Muleskinner Blues
2. Cripple Creek
3. Six Days On The Road
4. (Roni: instrumental)
5. White Lightnin' #2
6. Guess I'd Better Hang My Britches Up
7. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister? (with Mom)
8. Life's Railway To Heaven
9. Cripple Creek

SF 26: Stonemans TV show Episode 20. c. 1968. Guest: Stringbean; Patsy, Donna, Roni, Jimmy, and Jerry Monday perform:
1. Love, Please Come Home
2. I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am
3. The Baby-O (Patsy)
4. Railroad Bill
Stringbean performs:
5. Pretty Polly
6. Banjo Convention
7. Cherokee Shuffle
8. Jesse James
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SF 27: Stonemans episode 21. After Pop. Roni, Patsy, Donna, Van, and Jimmy perform:
1. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
2. Ring-A-Ding-A-Ding-A-Dong-A-Do
3. Gentle On My Mind
4. All The Guys That Turn Me On, Turn Me Down
5. Each And Every Part Of Me (Bobby Lewis)
6. How Long Has It Been? (Bobby Lewis)
7. Wildwood Flower (Patsy)
8. Cripple Creek

SF 28: Stonemans episode 24. 1968 February. Guest: Jimmy Dickens. Roni, Donna, Van, Jimmy, and Patsy perform:
1. Travelin' Man
2. I Gotta Dance
3. Pop Stoneman Medley
4. It Is One Thing Money Can't Buy (?) (Jimmy Dickens)
5. May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose (Jimmy Dickens)
6. (instrumetal-Van)
7. No, Honey No, (?)

SF 29: Stonemans episode 31. Contains SF 25 ending with "Cripple Creek."

SF 30: Stonemans episode 33. Guest: Patsy. Roni, Donna, Van, Jimmy, Pop, and Jerry Monday.
1. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
2. Cripple Creek
3. Five Little Johnson Girls
4. (unidentified dobro tune)
5. Stand At Your Window
6. Armed Forces Medley
7. Wildwood Flower
8. A Beautiful Life
9. Cripple Creek
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SF 31: Stonemans episode 34. Early 1966. Roni, Donna, Jimmy, Van. Pop, and Jerry Monday perform:
1. Old Slew Foot
2. Cripple Creek
3. Tupelo County Jail
4. Sourwood Mountain (Donna)
5. The Roving Gambler
6. Honey Are You Mad At Your Man?
7. Maple On The Hill (Pop)
8. I Saw The Light
9. Cripple Creek

SF 32: Stonemans episode 35D. See SF 25.

SF 33: Stonemans episode 37-D2. Roni, Donna, Van, Jimmy. Pop, and Jerry Monday perform:
1. If You Don't Want Me, Baby
2. Cripple Creek
3. Please Don't Sell My Daddy No More Wine
4. (instrumental-Pop)
5. In The Early Morning Rain
6. Donna and her "trick" mandolin
7. The Dream Of The Miner's Child
8. My Grandfather's Clock
9. I'm Working On A Building
10. Cripple Creek

SF 34-A: Stonemans episode 38, 68-69-12. Guest: Grandpa Jomes. Patsy, Roni, Donna, Van, and Jimmy perform:
1. The Groundhog Song
2. Honey, Are You Mad At Your Man?
3. It Ain't Me, Babe
4. My Grandfather's Clock
5. Are You From Dixie? (Grandpa Jones)
6. Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette
7. (?)
8. (?)
9. Mama Don't Allow
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SF 34-B: Stonemans episode 68-69-4. Guest George Hamilton IV.
1. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
2. I Am The Grass
3. Blues Stay Away From Me
4. Rawhide (Donna)
5. Break My Mind (George Hamilton, IV)
6. Urge For Going
7. Under The Double Eagle
8. The Poor Tramp Has To Live

SF 35: Stonemans episode 41-D. Van, Donna, Roni, Jimmy, Pop, and Jerry Monday perform:
1. Columbus Stockade Blues
2. Cripple Creek
3. Bottle Of Wine
4. (instrumental-Donna)
5. Six White Horses
7. Little Maggie
8. Fireball (?)
9. Remember Me (?) (Pop)
10. Careless Love
11. Somebody Touched Me
12. Cripple Creek

SF 36-A: Stonemans episodes 45 and 70. Episode 45 with guest Jack Stoneman.
1. Yonder Comes A Sucker
2. Cripple Creek
3. He's My Friend
4. Under The Double Eagle
5. She Thinks I Still Care
6. I'm Breaking In A Brand New Pair Of Shoes
7. Old Shep (Jack)
8. Corrina, Corrina (Pop)
9. Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
10. Cripple Creek

Episode 70 with guest Jack Clement.
1. Cripple Creek
2. Five Little Johnson Girls
3. Everybody Loves A Nut
4. Oh By Jingo (Donna)
5. Guess Things Happen That Way (Jack Clement)
6. I Know One (Jack Clement)
7. Miller's Cave (Jack Clement)
8. Stoney's Waltz
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SF 36-B: Stonemans episode 78? and 14. Possible ending of episode 70:
1. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
2. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues

Stonemans episode 14. Guests: Jack Clement and Alex Houston & Elmer.
1. The Roving Gambler
2. Busted
3. Hey, Good Lookin' (Alex & Elmer with Roni)
4. Under The Double Eagle
5. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take (Jack Clement)
6. Farther Along
7. (banjo instrumental)
8. God Is Alive And Well
9. Cripple Creek

SF 37: Stonemans episode 48 with guest Merv Skinner.
1. Muleskinner Blues
2. Gotta Travel On
3. The Moods Of Mary (Merv Skinner)
4. Four Strong Winds
5. Wildwood Flower (Pop)
6. The Last Thing On My Mind
7. (instrumental)
8. Cripple Creek

SF 38: Stonemans episode 51-D.
1. Back In Nashville, Tennessee (Pop on Jew's harp)
2. Jerry's Boogie
3. It Ain't Me, Babe
4. Armed Forces Medley
5. Bringing Mary Home
6. Where The Soul Never Dies

SF 39: Stonemans episode 54 with guest Merv Skinner.
1. Cimarron
2. Big Brother (Merv Skinner)
3. Rawhide
4. There Goes My Everything
5. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (Pop)
6. Old Time Religion
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SF 40: Stonemans episode 55 with guest Tammy Wynette.
1. The Columbus Stockade Blues
2. Momma Don't Allow
3. Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad (Tammy Wynette)
4. The World's Waiting For The Sunrise
5. Where The Soul Never Dies (Pop)
6. Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind) (Tammy Wynette)
7. Back Up And Push
8. Lay Some Happiness On Me

SF 41: Stonemans episode 56.
1. Five Little Johnson Girls
2. Muleskinner Blues
3. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take
4. Armed Forces Medley
5. The Message From Home Sweet Home (Pop)
6. Stoney's Waltz
7. (instrumental)
8. White Lightnin' # 2

SF 42: Stonemans episode 59-D with guests The Jaye Sisters.
1. Lost Ball In The High Weeds
2. When I'm Gone You'll Be Alone
3. Colossus
4. Soldier Boy
5. West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
6. Life's Railway To Heaven (Pop)
7. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
8. (unidentified)
9. (?) (Jaye Sisters)


SF 43: Stonemans episode 67with guest(s): Alex Houston & Elmer.
1. Cimarron
2. Railroad Bill
3. Poetry (Alex & Elmer with Van)
4. In The Sweet By and By (Pop)
5. Barnyard Shuffle (Roni)
6. Old Joe Clark
Alex Houston dancing.
7. Fireball
8. The Roving Gambler
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SF 44: Stonemans episode 68-3 with Merv Skinner substituting for Bob Jennings.
1. Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
2. Early Morning Rain
3. Banks Of The Ohio (Patsy)
4. Roanoke
5. Tecumseh Valley (Merv Skinner)
6. I Wanna Live
7. My Grandfather's Clock (Patsy)
8. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
9. Muleskinner Blues

SF 45: Stonemans episodes 68-69-4 with guest George Hamilton IV.
1. Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
2. I Am The Grass
3. Blues Stay Away From Me
(same as SF 34)

SF 46: Stonemans episode 68-69-5 with guest Chet Atkins.
1. Unmitigated Gall
2. Four Strong Winds
3. Muleskinner Blues
4. The Spell Of The Freight Train
5. (?) (Chet Atkins)
6. Theme From Zorba The Greek
7. (?)

SF 47: Stonemans episode 68-69-6 with guest Merv Skinner.
1. Christopher Robin
2. Railroad Bill
3. Where The Soul Never Dies
4. Dear Old Dixie
5. I'm Sorry (Merv Skinner)
6. How Are You, Brown Eyes?
7. (?)
8. Ride, Ride, Ride
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SF 48: Stonemans episode 68-69-7 with guest Billy Edd Wheeler.
1. Wrinkled, Crinkled, Wadded Dollar Bill
2. Why Do You Do Me Like You Do?
3. John Henry
4. (?)
5. Going Down To Town (Billy Edd Wheeler)
6. Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back (Billy Edd Wheeler)
7. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
8. Sinner Man
9. Roanoke

SF 49: Stonemans episode 68-69-8 with guest Jim Edward Brown.
1. What Am I Doing Hanging Around?
2. Pop A Top (Jim Ed Brown)
3. Happy Tracks (Jim Ed Brown)
Mike Seeger introducing "Pop Stoneman Medley."
5. (?)
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. Don't Think Twice (It's All Right)

SF 50: Stonemans episode 68-69-10 with guest Grandpa Jones.
1. The West Canterbury Subdivision Blues
2. Makin' Moonshine In Them North Carolina Hills
3. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take
4. The Girl From Galax
5. Kitty Clyde (Grandpa Jones)
6. My Carolina Sunshine Girl
7.Hard Times
8. White Lightnin' # 2

SF 51: Stonemans 68-69-12 with guest Grandpa Jones.
1. Groundhog
(same as first episode on SF 34)
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SF 52: Stonemans episode 68-69-13 with guest Pat McKinney (?).
1. Frankie's Man, Johnny
2. Poor Ellen Smith
3. Love Is Just A State Of Mind
4. The Wreck Of Old 97
5. Break My Mind (Pat McKinney?)
6. There Goes My Everything (Pat McKinney?)
7. (?)
8. Donnamite

SF 53: Stonemans episode 68-69-14. Same as episode 14 on SF 36.

SF 54: Stonemans episode 68-69-15 with guest Jay David Sloan.
1. What Am I Doing Hanging Around?
2. Everybody Loves A Nut
3. Bringing Mary Home
4. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
5. The Green, Green Grass Of Home (J. David Sloan)
6. Muddy Water (J. David Sloan)
7. Wildwood Flower
8. Cimarron

SF 55: Stonemans episode 69.
1. Hello, Dolly!
2. Don't Think Twice (It's All Right)
3. Walk Through This World With Me
4. Under The Double Eagle
5. When The Birds Are Returning (Pop)
Jimmy and Van with guitar "tricks."
6. Careless Love
7. White Lightnin' # 2
8. Julie
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SF 56: Stoneman 70 and 14. Content same as 70, episode 2 on SF 36, ending with "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and "West Canterbury Subdivision Blues." Episode 14 duplicates SF 36 and SF 53.

SF 57: Stonemans 78.
1. Old Joe Clark
2. The Last Thing On My Mind
3. Dominique
4. The Snakes Crawl At Night
5. Hallelujah Side (Pop)
6. Careless Love
7. ( ?)
8. El Paso
9. Rita, Put Your Black Shoes On

SF 59: Stonemans 81.
1. I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew
2. Bluegrass Mandolin
3. Busted
4. Early Morning Rain
5. Katie Kline (Pop)
6. The Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog
7. (instrumental)
8. Where The Soul Never Dies
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SF 60: Stonemans at Berea College. Home movie dated 1998 October 29. Patsy, Van, Donna, and Jimmy.
1. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
2. The Sinking Of The Titanic
3. Say, Darling, Say
4. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
5. The Birds Are Returning
6. Katie Kline
7. The Whippoorwill Song
8. Old Joe Clark
9. Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?
10. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
11. Muleskinner Blues
12. Family Bible
13. Jimmy's Thing
Performers talk with audience, sell albums.
Evening show, group with Dave Dougherty:
1. Stoney's Waltz
2. Watermelon On The Vine
3. Mamma Don't Allow
4. Under The Double Eagle
5. Life's Railway To Heaven
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SF 61: Stonemans at Cherokee, North Carolina. Home movie dated 1986 July 5. Donna, Van, Patsy, Jimmy, Kevin Tuffless (?).
1. Cimarron
2. Old Chunk Of Coal
3. Mocking Banjos
4. He Was There All The Time
5. Fire On The Mountain
6. The Whippoorwill Song
7. The Wreck Of The Old 97
7. The Sinking Of The Titanic
8. Little Liza Jane
9. Family Bible
10. Pickin' Trick
11. Jimmy's Thing
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SF 62. Stonemans last show, Phil Harper's Old Store; Country Music's award show; zoo life special program; news program for WAFF channel 48. Tape dated 1993 September 11.
Unknown bluegrass band; Jimmy, Patsy, Van, Donna, Roni.
1. Muleskinner Blues
2. Early Morning Rain
3. Under The Double Eagle
4. Mr. Bojangles
5. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
6. Old Chunk Of Coal
7. The Whippoorwill Song
8. Stoney's Waltz
9. Wreck Of The Old 97
10. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
11. Dueling Banjos
12. The Year That Clayton Delaney Died
13. Somebody Touched Me (Roni's daughter, Barbara)
14. Break My Mind
15. Family Bible
16. Doin' My Time
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SF 63: Stonemans on "Nashville Now." Dated 1984 July 16. Roni, Patsy, Van, Donna, Jimmy, and Johnny Bellar.
1. Dream, Dream, Dream
Interview with Donna and Patsy.
2. The One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) (Charlie Walker)
3. It Ain't No Use (Randy Ray, later known as Randy Travis)
Comedian John Fox.
4. It All Begins With Goodbye (Darlene Austin)
5. Gospel Medley
6. Please Don't Squeeze My Sharmon (Charlie Walker)
7. I Told You So (Randy Ray)
8. Right Or Wrong (Charlie Walker)
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SF 64-A: Stoneman 4th Reunion at Carroll County High School in 1993. Home movie dated 1993 July 25. Announcements, family history, John Berry Alderman, family and Virginia history.
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SF 64-B: Stoneman Family 4th Reunion at Carroll County High School 1993 July 25. Announcements, prizes. Patsy, Gene, Dewey Martin, Gordon French, and James Deckler (?).
1. Old Time Stoneman Family Religion (Rosa Cox)
2. Cindy (Rosa Cox)
3. (?) (Rosa Cox)
4. Little Mohee (Rosa Cox)
5. Skip To My Lou
6. Cindy
7. Don't Overlook Salvation (?) (Dewey Martin)
8. The Whippoorwill Song
9. Makin' Moonshine In Them North Carolina Hills
10. This One's Gonna Hurt You (For A Long, Long Time)
11. Life's Railway To Heaven
12. Old Joe Clark
13. Wildwood Flower
14. I Am A Pilgrim
Organizational business.
15. Bile Them Cabbages Down
16. Home Sweet Home
17. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
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SF 65: Stoneman Slide Show, narrated by Frank Knapp, shown on SF 10. Arranged by Patsy. "First Family of Country Music: Their Story."( slides are in Box 38; audiocassette is in Box 34:9)

SF 66: Stoneman tape. Donna, Patsy, Jimmy, Roni, and Van. Show that starts with slide show on SF 65, then live performance.
1. Cimarron
2. Old Chunk Of Coal
3. Pickin' Trick
4. John Henry
5. The Whippoorwill Song
6. Stoney's Waltz
7. Black Mountain Rag
8. Little Liza Jane
Roni telling story.
9. Old Dogs, Children, And Watermelon Wine
10. Rocky Top
11. Dueling Banjos
12. Family Bible
13. Jimmy's Thing
14. Orange Blossom Special
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SF 67: Stonemans on Tommy Hunter's show, based out of Canada. Circa 1986.
1. I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew (Tommy Hunter)
2. There's Only One You (Tom T. Hall and T.G. Sheppard)
3. Sweet Reminder (Donna and Leroy Anderson)
4. Jimmy's Thing (Donna, Patsy, Van, Jimmy, John Bellar, and Chuck Holcomb)
Ontario Rhythm Cloggers.
5. How'd You Get Home So Soon? (Tom T. Hall)
6. Dark Hollow (Tommy Hunter)
7. Ashes To Ashes (Terri Gibbs)
8. Go Somewhere And Hide (Terri Gibbs)
9. In The Jailhouse Now (Tommy Hunter)
10. You Got What You Want (Now Leave Me Alone) (?) (Anita Paris)
11. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Tommy Hunter Quartet)
12. Country Is (Tom T. Hall)
13. Lonesome Valley (Tom T. Hall and Tommy Hunter)
14. The Long, Black Limousine (Tommy Hunter)

SF 69: The Nashville Network (TNN) program "Yesterday and Today's Country Families." Prouction date April 16, 1997. Air date April 29, 1997. Host Larry Gatlin talks about families in country music.
Carter and Cash families: A. P. and wife, Sarah; Maybelle Carter and daughters, June, Anita, and Helen; Johnny Cash; Carlene Carter; and Rosanne Cash.
Stoneman family: Clips showing Ernest, Donna, Jimmy, Roni, and Jerry Monday performing "Cripple Creek," interviews with Patsy and Donna. Donna discusses how her mother cared for so many children.
The Speers: Clip of Speers performing "After Awhile," discussing their family history.
Hank Williams, Sr., Hank Williams, Jr. and Hank III. Clips of each and interview with Hank Williams III.
Jim and Jesse McReynolds: Jim and Jesse performing "Angel Mother" and discussing their musical history.
Crystal Gayle and Loretta Lynn: Clip from Crystal Gayle singing "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" and Loretta Lynn singing "Coal Miner's Daughter." Crystal Gayle discusses the differences and similarities between how she and her sister were raised.
The Gatlin Brothers, Larry, Steve, and Rudy: Clips of them performing "I Don't Mean To Mislead You" and interviews with all three.
Barbara, Earline, and Louise Mandrell: Clip of Barbara singing "I Was Country" with comments by others.
Naomi and Wynona Judd: Background of their musical careers.
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SF 68: CBS "Women of Country Music." WTVF Nashville channel 5 television special celebrating famous women in country music.
Commentary by Loretta Lynn; Jeanne Pruitt; Patsy Montana; Anne Murray; Lorrie Morgan; Mary Chapin-Carpenter; Kathy Mattea; Rose Maddox; Patsy, Roni, and Donna Stoneman; Naomi Judd; Wilma Lee Cooper; Rose Lee Maphis; Paulette Carson; Skeeter Davis; June, Helen, and Anita Carter; Carlene Carter; Emmylou Harris; Martha Carson; Kitty Wells; The Whites; Trisha Yearwood; Suzy Bogguss; Dale Evans; Karen Brooks; Donna Reeves; Janie Fricke; Norma Jean; Jean Shepard; Goldie Hill; Pam Tillis; Carol Lee Cooper; Marie Osmond; Connie Smith; Linda Davis; Tammy Wynette; Michelle Wright; Brenda Lee; Wanda Jackson; Becky Hobbs; Tanya Tucker; Mae Axton; Lynn Anderson; Jan Howard; Jeannie Seely; Marijohn Wilkin; Felice Bryan; K. T. Oslin; Kennedy-Rose; Gail Davies; Shelly West; Alison Krauss; Tammy Wynette; Lynn Anderson; Stella Parton; Donna Fargo; Jeannie C. Riley; The Forester Sisters; Lacy J. Dalton; Kye Fleming; Susan Longacre; Holly Dunn; Wild Rose; Joy White; Lari White; Patty Loveless; Louise Mandrell; Wynonna Judd; Martina McBride; Sylvia; Lisa Stewart; and Deborah Allen.
Others mentioned are Patsy Cline; Sara and Maybelle Carter; Texas Daisy; Texas Ruby; Patti Page; Peggy Lee; Joni James; Joan Baez; Joni Mitchell; Dottie West; Dolly Parton; Linda Ronstadt; Roseanne Cash; Barbara Mandrell; and Reba McIntyre.
Songs performed:
1. He Thinks He'll Keep Her (Mary Chapin-Carpenter)
2. Hello, Stranger (Emmylou Harris)
3. Swim To The Nearest Distant Shore (Trisha Yearwood)
4. Don't Let This Be The Reason You Would Walk Away (Suzy Bogguss)
5. Cleopatra, Queen Of Denial (Pam Tillis)
6. It's A Little Too Late (Tanya Tucker)
7. I'm Looking For Something In Red (Lorrie Morgan)
8. Standing Knee Deep In A River (Dying Of Thirst) (Kathy Mattea)
9. I'll Do My Crying In The Rain (Tammy Wynette)
10. Take It Like A Man (Michelle Wright)
11. He Hurt Me Bad In A Real Good Way (Patty Loveless)
12. It's Never Easy To Say Goodbye (Wynonna)
13. The Hard Way (Mary Chapin-Carpenter)
Interview segment with Patsy, Donna, and Roni includes a clip of Roni. Donna, Jimmy, Van, and Jerry Monday.
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SF 70: Stoneman Show clips. Pop, Donna, Jimmy, Roni, Van, and Jerry Monday. c. 1966.
1. Rolling In My Swet Baby's Arms
2. Momma Don't Allow
3. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
4. Dirty, Low-Down, Rotten, Cotton-Pickin' Little Dalin'
5. He's My Friend
6. The Mountaineer's Courtship
8. Trick Mandolin

SF 71: The Stonemans at Middle Tennessee State University, 1968 or 1969. Hattie, Donna, Jimmy, Patsy, Roni, and Van.
1. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
2. Somebody's Waiting For Me
3. Sunny Tennessee
4. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
5. Pop Stoneman Medley
6. Cimarron
7. Five Little Johnson Girls
8. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
9. Doin' My Time
10. Cripple Creek
DVD 40: Master DVD 36Add to your cart.
SF 71: The Stonemans at Middle Tennessee State University, 1968 or 1969. Hattie, Donna, Jimmy, Patsy, Roni, and Van.
1. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?
2. Somebody's Waiting For Me
3. Sunny Tennessee
4. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
5. Pop Stoneman Medley
6. Cimarron
7. Five Little Johnson Girls
8. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
9. Doin' My Time
10. Cripple Creek
DVD 41: Master DVD 37: Series 3-Jim Dugan RecordsAdd to your cart.
SF 72: "A Newsdrama of the Pacific" by 20th Century Fox. "The Fighting Lady," Part 1 (1943). The Academy Award winning documentary from director William Wyler, this filmtells a story of a new American aircraft carrier built after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. "The Fighting Lady" is an amalgam honoring all American carriers. The film describes engagement against the Japanese in the Pacific Theater of Operations in 1943. The ship attacks the Japanese base on Marcus Island and Kwajalein, Truk, and "The Marianas Turkey Shoot."

SF 73: "The Fighting Lady," Part 2 (1944). Task Force 58 moving toward Tokyo; approaching Guam in the Marianas Islands; attacking the Japanese Imperial Fleet. Best Documentary, 1945. Director William Wyler (a Lieutenant Colonel during the war) made this Academy Award winning feature, narrated by Lieutenant Robert Taylor, USNR (Bataan). Filmed by Edward Steichen. USS Yorktown battle operations are captured live.
DVD 42: Master DVD 38: Series 3-Jim Dugan RecordsAdd to your cart.
SF 74: Commander Task Force One film "Operation Crossroads" (film release date 1946 September) of the Able and Baker Tests during the summer of 1946 on the Bikini Atoll. The purpose of the Able Day test (mid-air 23 kiloton atomic bomb detonation) and Baker Day test (underwater atomic bomb detonation) were "to secure precise and accurate ship damage and instrumentation measurements resulting from atomic bomb explosions occurring both mid-air and just beneath the surface of the water." ABLE, detonated at an altitude of 520 feet on July 1, and BAKER detonated 90 feet underwater on July 25.Jim Dugan was a Navy photographer who participated in Operation: Crossroads.
Project: Able-Baker involved over 42,000 U.S. military and civilian personnel. The target of the 90 shipswould have been the equivalent of the 5th largest navy in the world. "The visual record of the tests consisted of 104 still cameras, 208 motion cameras, and 18 tons of film, whichwas, at the time, more than half the world's available fim stock."

SF 76: National Broadcasting Company (NBC) and U.S. Navy film "Victory at Sea, Episode 12: The Conquest of Micronesia" (1953). Some footage same as SF 72.
The "Victory at Sea" series "consists of twenty-six 30-minute episodes tracing the victory of the United States Navy in World War II." Produced by Henry Salomon, it was based on the multi-volume "History of the United States Naval Operations in World War II" by Samuel Eliot Morison. Episode 12, "The Conquest of Micronesia," begins after the American victories at Midway and Guadalcanal. The carrier fleets, commanded by Admiral Raymond Spruance, had orders to route the Japanese from the Marshall and Gilbert Islands.
DVD 43: Master DVD 39: Series 3-Jim Dugan RecordsAdd to your cart.
THIS DVD DOES NOT PLAY> NEEDS TO BE RE-MADE.

SF 75: Home movies, c. 1949-1955. Amateur footage of an, as yet, unidentified, yet unmistakenly, 1950's era family celebrating what appears to be the birthday of a small child.

SF 77: "Jet Ahead" c. 1968. This film is a promotional travel film featuring landmarks and attractions in Geneva, Switzerland. Most likely utilized by the Ford Motor Company to promote a sponsored contest where the winner received a trip to Geneva. Relatetd materials: photographs of Jim Dugan with his painting of a Swiss scene, located in Box 41.
DVD 44: BBC's Folk America, Episode 1: Birth Of A Nation, 2009Add to your cart.
A BBC production (production date 2004 January 1; copyright 2009) about folk music in America highlighting the role of Blacks, immigrants, and the poor in the rural South. Notable figures presented in this documentary are: Fiddlin' Joe Carson; Ernest V. Stoneman; Uncle Dave Macon; "Blind" Lemon Jefferson; Dave "Honeyboy" Edwards; Charley Patton; Hoyt "Slim" Bryant; Charlie Poole; "Mississippi" John Hurt; Henry Thomas; Dock Boggs; Sara, A.P. , and Maybelle Carter; and Jimmie Rodgers.
Roni, Patsy, and Donna are shown in segments discussing their father and performing "The Sinking Of The Titanic." Pete Seeger refers to Ernest Stonemean as "the first businessman" in folk music and informs of his role in the Bristol sessions of 1927. Excerpts from "The Mountaineer's Courtship" and "The Spanish Merchant's Daughter" and other songs are played and it is proposed that Ernest Stoneman was able to circumvent the Copyright Act of 1909 by renaming songs and altering music and lyrics. According to Patsy Stoneman in one interview, Ernest Stoneman recorded under 25 names on 26 record labels. Several songs were recorded until different titles.
DVD 45: Medallion Ceremony for the Country Music Hall of Fame, 2008 April 27Add to your cart.
The ceremony in which Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman and Emmylou Harris were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Tom T. Hall and the Statler Brothers were inducted also.
DVD 46: Great American Country Master Series video, 2008 May 27Add to your cart.
Recorded 2008 May 27; produced 2008 June 25; aired 2008 July 6. This episode of "Master Series," hosted by Bill Cody, consists an interview with Patsy Stoneman about the recent induction of her father, Ernest Stoneman, into the Country Music Hall of Fame on 2008 April 27. The video is edited for content with only interview portions included. Patsy describes growing up in a musical family in "Music Holler." She reveals how her father made an early decision not to enter the coal mines as had his two brothers and how music was the focus of his life, along with family.
Sub-Series 5: Reel-to-Reel Audiotape RecordingsAdd to your cart.
Box 36: 1/4" Audio Tape ReelsAdd to your cart.
This box contains 13 reels of magnetic audio tape.
Audiotape 1: Eight Selections (non-Stoneman) Cedarwood PublishingAdd to your cart.
Cedarwood Publishing Company, Nashville, Tennessee.
1. Tennessee (You Will Never See The Back Of Me Again) (artist: Diana Duke & Bob Dilley)
2. I Started World War I (artist: Ronnie Self)
3. Just A Blue-Eyed Lady (Looking For A Brown Eyed Man) (artist: Michael Clark & Douglas Van Arsdale)
4. Lonely Together (artist: Dalton Roberts & Jimbo Hodnett)
5. I Didn't Get Much Done Today (artist: Naomi Martin)
6. Climb Your Mountain (artist: Naomi Martin)
7. Avery (artist: Paul Dempsey)
8. Will You Meet Me Over Yonder? (artist: Paul Dempsey)
Audiotape 2: Connie B. Gay & FamilyAdd to your cart.
Country From Radio. Connie B. Gay & Family. Tom Wilkerson Radio Show #1
Audiotape 3: Stoneman-Dalhart-Frank JenkinsAdd to your cart.
Pseudonyms on Ernest Stoneman Records: Oriole 947 Bully Of The Town: Sim Harris. Champion 15222 When The Roses Bloom Again: Uncle Jim Seaney.
Side 1:
1. Sunny Home In Dixie (artist: Frank Jenkins & His Pilot Mountaineers) Gennett 7034
2. Old Dad
3. Old Dad (artist: Frank Jenkins, fiddle; Oscar Jenkins, banjo; Ernest Stoneman, guitar) Gennett test disc 15597
4. New River Train (artist: Ernest Stoneman, vocal and guitar; Herbert Sweet, fiddle; George Stoneman, banjo) Gennett test disc 14015
5. New River Train (artist: Uncle Ben Hawkins) Supertone 9400
6. Say, Darling, Say
7. Say, Darling, Say (artist: Ernest Stoneman, vocal and guitar; Herbert Sweet, fiddle; George Stoneman, banjo) Gennett test disc 14017
8. East Tennessee Polka (artist: Virginia Mountain Boomers) Supertone 9406
9. Falling By The Wayside (artist: Herbert Sweet) Gennett 6655
10. My Mother And My Sweetheart
Side 2:
11. Prisoner's Lament (artist: Herbert Sweet) Old Time Singin' (guitar and fiddle) Supertone 9305-B
12. Silver Bell (artist: Ernest Stoneman, tenor, guitar, violin, and harmonica) Challenge 153-B
13. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister? (artist: Ernest Stoneman, tenor, guitar, violin, and harmonica) Challenge 153-A
14. The John T. Scopes Trial (artist: Charlie Oaks, vocal, guitar, and mouth harp) Vocalion 15094
Audiotape 4: Old Recordings-Prisoner's Lament/Scopes TrialAdd to your cart.
Notations: Herbert Sweet; Prisoner's Lament; EV8; Silver Bell; May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister?; Sunny Home In Tennessee; Scopes Trial.
Audiotape 5: Copy of Kagarise Tape #1Add to your cart.
Notations: Sweeping Through The Gates, 1927 July 25, Bristol. Recordings made by Leon Kagarise, music collector and Stoneman fan.
Audiotape 6: Copy of Kagarise Tape #2Add to your cart.
Notations: Gospel 1926. Enclosed with the tape was a personal letter from Leon Kagarise, who made the tapes. Leon Kagarise was a music collector who collected anything to do with Ernest Stoneman or the Stoneman family. The materials on his tapes were from his own collection and from the materials of other old-time music collectors.
Audiotape 7: Copy of Kagarise Tape #3Add to your cart.
Recordings made by Leon Kagarise, music collector and Stoneman fan.
Audiotape 8: Copy of Kagarise Tape- Original RecordingsAdd to your cart.
Notations: Ernest Stoneman Original Recordings. Copy of Master. From the collection of Leon Kagarise. Recordings made by Leon Kagarise, music collector and Stoneman fan.
Audiotape 9: Songs Written By The Stonemans, Jack Music PublishingAdd to your cart.
1. According To The Plan (Roni & George Hemrick)
2. Collossus (Donna Stoneman)
3. Travelin' Man (Donna Stoneman)
4. The Love I Left Behind (Van Stoneman)
5. The Doc And Me (Van Stoneman)
6. Proud To Be Together (Donna Stoneman and Cathy Manzer)
7. Big Bad Al (Van Stoneman)
8. I Had Had One Too Many (Van Stoneman)
9. Nobody's Wife (Scotty Stoneman and Mary Madison)
10. All The Guys That Turn Me On Turn Me Down (Roni Stoneman)
11. True Lovin' Country Girl (Roni Stoneman)
12. Weed Out My Badness (Van Stoneman)
13. Maybe So (Van Stoneman)
Audiotape 10: California BluesAdd to your cart.
Side 1:
1: California Blues
2. Looks Like Baby's Gone
3. Doesn't Anybody Know My Name?
4. Best Guitar Picker
5. Jimmy's Thing
Side 2:
1. Railroad Bill
2. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
3. Shades Of Yesterday
4. I Take A lot Of Pride In What I Am
5. Turner's Turnpike
(also notations say includes "Prisoner's Song" and "Weary Traveler")
Audiotape 11: Family Reunion AlbumAdd to your cart.
Notations: 1981 February. Stoneman Family Reunion Album.
1. Prayers and Pinto Beans
2. Peaceful, Easy Feeling
Audiotape 12: Stoneman Family Reunion AlbumAdd to your cart.
Notations: 1981 February. Stoneman Family Reunion Album.
1. Muleskinner Blues
2. Left My Gal In Tennessee
3. Till The Snowflakes Fall Again
4. Old Shep
5. Aimee
6. Fire On The Mountain
7. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
8. The Whippoorwill Song
9. The Poor Tramp Has To Live
10. Cripple Creek
11. Life's Railway To Heaven
Audiotape 13: Stoneman Family Reunion AlbumAdd to your cart.
Notations: 1981 February. Stoneman Family Reunion Album. Five Little Johnson Girls.
Box 37: Audio Tape Reels,, 1968, 1974, undatedAdd to your cart.
This box contains 13 reels of magnetic audio tape.
A single 100' 8mm home movie of a children's church pageant (the story of Esther?) is included in this box although it does not match the format of the other contents.
Item 1: Pop Stoneman's Rocking Chair; Bill Hall, MasterAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Patsy: VocalsAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Selections by PatsyAdd to your cart.
1. Credit Cards (artist: Patsy)
2. Truck Stop Ahead (artist: Patsy)
3. Women's Lib (artist: Patsy)
Item 4: Selections by Billy and PatsyAdd to your cart.
1. Tears of Wine (artist: Billy)
2. Better Listen (artist: Patsy)
3. Somewhere Along (artist: Patsy)
Item 5: Pop's Hospital InterviewAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Old Recordings by Ernest V. Stoneman (by Willlard Johnson)Add to your cart.
Track 1:
1. Coney Isle (artist: Frank Hutchison) Ok 45083
2. The Last Scenes Of The Titanic (artist: Frank Hutchison) Ok 45121
3. The Miner's Blues (artist: Frank Hutchison) Ok 45258
4. Johnny And Jane, Part 1 (artist: Frank Hutchison) Ok 45361
5. Train That Carried My Girl From Town (artist: Frank Hutchison) Ok 45114
6. New Giving Everything Away (artist: Riley Puckett) Bb B8272
7. Midnight On The Stormy Deep (artists: McFarland and Gardner) Vo 5125
8. Oh Molly Dear (artist: B. F. Shelton) Vi 40107
9. My Carolina Home (artist: Riley Puckett) Co 15095
10. Bad Companions (artist: Ernest Stoneman)
Track 2:
1. When The Work's All Done This Fall (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 51788
2, Wreck Of The C. & O. (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 51823
3. Sinking Of The Titanic (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 51823
4. The Fatal Wedding (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 52026
5. The Fate Of Talmadge Osborne (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 52026
6. Down On The Banks Of The Ohio (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 52312
7, We Parted By The Riverside (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 52312
8. Tell Mother I Will Meet Her (artist: Ernest V. Stoneman) Ed 51938
Item 7: Tom Wilkerson Radio Show # 1Add to your cart.
Item 8: Tom Wilkerson Radio Show # 2Add to your cart.
Item 9: UnidentifiedAdd to your cart.
Item 10: Reel 1: The Stonemans, January 19, 1974Add to your cart.
Mountaineer Opry House in Milton, West Virginia; Stage 4 Recording Studios; Engineer: Norbert Stovall
Item 11: Reel 2: The Stonemans, January 19, 1974Add to your cart.
Mountaineer Opry House in Milton, West Virginia; Stage 4 Recording Studios; Engineer: Ray Richardson
Item 12: Reel 3: The Stonemans, January 19, 1974Add to your cart.
Mountaineer Opry House in Milton, West Virginia; Stage 4 Recording Studios; Engineer: Norbert Stovall
Item 13: Reel 4: The Stonemans, January 19, 1974Add to your cart.
Mountaineer Opry House in Milton, West Virginia; Stage 4 Recording Studios; Engineer: Ray Richardson
Sub-Series 6: SlidesAdd to your cart.
This sub-series in Box 38 contains photographic color slides.
Box 38: Stoneman Slide Show and TransparenciesAdd to your cart.
This box contains a slide show assembled by Patsy Stoneman celebrating the Stoneman family musical history. An audio cassette narrated by Frank Knapp complements the slides and is found in Box 34:9. This slide show was publicly shown at the Roy Acuff Theater on 1981 October 31.

Also included are six 2" X 2" color transparencies of Patsy Stoneman and a group performing.
Sub-Series 7: PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This sub-series in Boxes 39-41consists of photographs from the Stonemans musical careers (Series 1), their personal lives (Series 2), and photographs related to the military and private life of James T. Dugan (Series 3).
Box 39: Series 1: Stoneman Business PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This box contains candid photographs of guests from the "Down Home with the Stoneman Family" radio show, other musical artists, the Tribute to Ernest "Pop" Stoneman at the Roy Acuff Theater, and both professional and candid photographs of the Stonemans. A single negative of the 1947 family photograph is included.
Folder 1: "Down Home with The Stoneman Family", 1987-1988Add to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Stoneman family members and guests of their WVST radio show.
Folder 2: Other ArtistsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of artists and personalities other than the Stonemans.
Folder 3: Roy Acuff Theater Tribute to Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman, October 31, 1981Add to your cart.
This folder contains photographs from the evening tribute to Ernest Stoneman.
Folder 4: Stoneman: CandidAdd to your cart.
This folder contains candid photographs of Stoneman family members.
Folder 5: Stoneman: Candid PerformanceAdd to your cart.
This folder contains candid photographs of Stoneman performances.
Folder 6: Stoneman: Promotional and ProfessionalAdd to your cart.
This folder contains professional photographs and promotional images of the Stonemans.
Box 40: Series 2: Stoneman Personal PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This box contains family photographs of members of the Stoneman and Frost families and their friends. An envelope containing 6 negative strips from a photograph mailing envelope dated 1963 August 8 and adressed from "Gray, Box 924, Belchertown, Massachusetts, 01007" are included.
Folder 1: Family Outing: Jimmie Rodgers Memorial, August 1968Add to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Gene Cox, Cecile Phipps Stoneman, and other family members at the Jimmie Rodgers Memorial in Meridian, Mississippi.
Folder 2: Family Outing: Stone Mountain, Georgia, October 1956Add to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Champ Leonard, Grace and George Jewell, Callie Leonard, Steve Jewell, Hattie Stoneman, and Donna Kay Jewell at Stone Mountain Park in Georgia.
Folder 3: Frost, Joe and MaryAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a photograph of Bolen Frost's children, Joe and Mary.
Folder 4: Frost, John William, 1952Add to your cart.
This folder contains funerary pictures of John William Frost.
Folder 5: Jewell, Donna KayAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Donna Kay Jewell, daughter of Grace Stoneman Jewell.
Folder 6: Stoneman, ErnestAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs featuring Ernest Stoneman.
Folder 7: Stoneman Family FriendsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of friends of the Stoneman family.
Folder 8: Stoneman Family GatheringsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of family gatherings and reunions of the Stoneman family.
Folder 9: Stoneman Family Members and OthersAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Stoneman family members with others, some unidentified.
Folder 10: Stoneman Family: Older PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Ernest, Ingram, and Talmer Stoneman; and members of the Leonard and Frost families.
Folder 11: Stoneman Family Portrait, pre-1991Add to your cart.
This folder contains a family portrait taken at home.
Folder 12: Stoneman, GeneAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a photograph of Gene Stoneman.
Folder 13: Stoneman, GraceAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a photograph of Grace Stoneman Jewell.
Folder 14: Stoneman, PatsyAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Patsy Stoneman.
Folder 15: Stoneman, Roni, August 1956Add to your cart.
This folder contains a photograph labeled "Roni."
Folder 16: Stoneman, ScottyAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Scotty Stoneman and of his marriage to Cecile Phipps.
Folder 17: Stoneman Wedding: Jimmy and MaryAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Jimmy and Mary's wedding.
Folder 18: Unidentified Older PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains unidentified persons and locations in photographs from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Box 41: Series 3: Jim Dugan PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This box contains military and celebrity photographs taken by James T. Dugan. Also included are photographs of James T. Dugan.
Folder 1: Dugan, James T.: Bikini AtollAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of the Bikini Atoll.
Folder 2: Dugan, James T.: BoxerAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of Dugan as a boxer in the military.
Folder 3: Dugan, James T.: Celebrity PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains celebrity photographs taken by Jim Dugan.
Folder 4: Dugan, James T.: Enola GayAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a photograph of Col. Tibbetts walking to the Enola Gay.
Folder 5: Dugan, James T.: Japanese SurrenderAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs related to the Japanese surrender after World War II.
Folder 6: Dugan, James T.: KwajaleinAdd to your cart.
This folder contains a photographs of Kwajalein.
Folder 7: Dugan, James T.: Military PhotographsAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs taken by Dugan while in the military.
Folder 8: Dugan, James T.: Photographs ofAdd to your cart.
This folder contains photographs of James Dugan as a boy and as a man.
Sub-Series 8: Analog MastersAdd to your cart.
22 Analog Masters of Stoneman VHS Tapes. Original tapes were returned to Patsy Stoneman.
Videotape 1: SF 25, 36Add to your cart.
Episode # 2 from SF 25
Episode # 45 from SF 36
Videotape 2: SF 26-27Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 3: SF 28-29Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 4: SF 30-31Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 5: SF 32-33Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 6: SF 34Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 7: SF 35 & 37Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 8: SF 38-39Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 9: SF 40-41Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 10: SF 42-43Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 11: SF 44-45Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 12: SF 46-47Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 13: SF 48-49Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 14: SF 50-51Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 15: SF 52-53Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 16: SF 54-55Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 17: SF 56Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 18: SF 57 & 59Add to your cart.
Transfer from original VHS tape.
Videotape 19: SF 70-71Add to your cart.
Transfer from 16mm motion picture film.
Videotape 20: SF 72-73Add to your cart.
Transfer from 16mm motion picture film.
Videotape 21: SF 74 & 76Add to your cart.
Transfer from 16mm motion picture film.
Videotape 22: SF 75 & 77Add to your cart.
Transfer from 16mm motion picture film.
Sub-Series 9: FilmAdd to your cart.
Original and preservation copies of Scotty Stoneman's last known studio recording. Two large format television videos of Stoneman television shows.
Box 42: Scotty Stoneman: Last Studio RecordingAdd to your cart.
Preservation 16mm film copy of Scotty Stoneman's last known studio recording prior to his death on 1973 March 4.
Box 43: RESTRICTEDAdd to your cart.
Original 16mm film of Scotty Stoneman's last known studio recording prior to his death on 1973 March 4.
Box 44: Television FilmAdd to your cart.
2" X 2" quad video for Stoneman television programs.
Box 45: Television FilmAdd to your cart.
2" X 2" quad video for Stoneman television programs.

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