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Children -- Appalachian Region

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Abrahms Family Photographs and Correspondence

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-242
Arrangement The photographs are categorized by subject and arranged alphabetically. The correspondence, cold remedy, and negatives have been placed after the photographs.

Appalachian Literature: The Adult and the Child Course Collection

 Collection — Other Box 1
Identifier: 500-AppMs 408
Arrangement The audiotapes are arranged chronologically.

James Agee Film Project Photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-471
Arrangement The collection is arranged in three series, as follows: Series 1, Administrative Files, undated, Box 1; Series 2, Negatives, 1875-1956 and undated, Boxes 2-4; and Series 3, Prints, 1876-1956 and undated, Boxes 5-6.

The project originally assigned an alphanumeric filing arrangement to the images (ex.: A1; B1, etc.). The images have been arranged as much as possible in this order sequential order. However, because of gaps and missing numbers in the sequence, a new alphanumeric ...

Jeanne M. Rasmussen Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-352
Scope and Contents The Jeanne M. Rasmussen Collection contains both manuscript and photographic materials. Manuscript materials include personal correspondence and financial records; drafts of chapters from Rasmussen's unpublished manuscript on coal mining; essays written by Rasmussen on coal mining and other topics relating to Appalachia; and clippings and scrapbook materials on coal mining, the UMWA, and Rasmussen's writing and photography. The photographic prints depict Appalachian men, women, and children; ...

Thomas G. Burton-Ambrose N. Manning Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-25
Scope and Contents The collection resulted from Dr. Burton’s and Mr. Manning’s interests in Appalachian folklore and related teaching, research, and service activities. A central component of the collection consists of reel-to-reel audio recordings, dub sheets, transcripts, and indices created as part of the professors' efforts to gather ballads, instrumental music, stories, superstitions and beliefs, folk remedies, and accounts of everyday life from individuals in Western North Carolina and East Tennessee. ...