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Hull, Robert F., Jr.



  • Existence: 1943-


Robert F. Hull, Jr. (b. 1943), is Emeritus Professor of New Testament at Emmanuel Christian Seminary in Johnson City, Tennessee. A native of Welch, West Virginia, he graduated from Milligan College in 1965 and earned advanced degrees at Emmanuel School of Religion (M.Div., 1971) and Princeton Theological Seminary (Ph.D., 1977). He began teaching at Emmanuel in 1977. Professor Hull is interested in the culture of the Southern Appalachian region, particularly the region's folk music.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Robert F. Hull, Jr. Collection

Identifier: AppMs-0372
Scope and Contents

The Robert F. Hull, Jr. Collection reflects Professor Hull's interest in the folk music of the Southern Appalachian region. The collection consists of songbooks of various country musicians, a single copy of a music periodical, a publication illustrating various musicians who appeared on the Grand Ole Opry (radio program), and two copies of an interview with Doc Watson, the Grammy Award-winning musician.

Dates: 1929-1967