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Margaret Gregg Papers

 Collection
Identifier: AppMs-749

Scope and Contents

The collection documents Gregg's varied artistic and social interests and activities, including work with the James Agee Film Project documentary film on the Tennessee Valley Authority, Appalachian Women's Cultural Education Committee, the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services projects at ETSU, and environmental issues of East Tennessee, among others. Material in the collection includes clippings, notes, financial records, journals, transcripts, correspondence, photographs, slides, audio, video, and film recordings, as well as posters designed by Gregg for several different events including festivals, community meetings, and environmental issues. Collection material spans the years 1934-1998.

Dates

  • 1934-1998

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Extent

13.00 linear feet (Including 4 oversized folders, 21 audiocassette tapes, 12 reel-to-reel tapes, 34 super 8 films, 5 16mm films, and 1 floppy disk)

Language of Materials

English

Method of Acquisition

Margaret Gregg, Abingdon, Va., made the initial donation of her papers to the Archives of Appalachia on May 7, 2007. Additional material was donated by her on August 13, 2007, September 15, 2007 and June 13, 2018.

Processing Information

Tena Toews and Ned Irwin processed the collection, which was opened for research in December 2011.
Author
Tena Toews and Ned Irwin
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script

Repository Details

Part of the Archives of Appalachia Repository

Contact:
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Johnson City TN 37614 USA
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