Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The Christy Family Papers consists of materials relating to Thomas Calvin Christy's work on radio and television programs. The papers include correspondence, audio and video recordings, photographs, and personal documents pertaining to the Christy Family.
The collection consists of bluegrass and country music memorabilia created or acquired by Lewis Deneumoustier over a period of several decades. Among the materials are serial publications, song and picture folios, fan club journals, sheet music, photographs, posters, trading cards, and flyers from concerts and festivals. In addition there are materials relating to Deneumoustier’s tenure as the editor of the Disc Collector newsletter.
This collection consists of audio and video recordings made during Tom Ewing's ten years as one of Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys. Most of the cassettes were recorded from radio shows with some audience recordings of live shows in Ohio. The compact discs were recorded by fans at live appearances and from the radio. The video consists of segments broadcast by The Nashville Network (TNN).
The Jack Tottle Bluegrass and Old Time Music Collection consists of one series of audio tapes. The tapes are arranged according to the original list given to the archives by Jack Tottle. The tapes are numbered consecutively. The master tapes are reel-to-reel audio; cassette user copies have been dubbed from the masters. Each tape (with a few exceptions) contains a detailed list of that tape's contents.
Stephen Johnson recorded most of the content in this collection, primarily at bluegrass festivals that took place in the eastern United States. The Graves Mountain Festival of Music is heavily featured as is musician Tony Rice.
The recordings consist of nine audiotapes of the Carlton Haney Labor Day Bluegrass Festival in Berryville, Virginia, recorded by Rod Roach in September 1967; an audiotape of the Shady Valley boys in 1963; an undated audiotape of J.D. Crowe and Bill Monroe performances; and an undated audiotape of a Rod Roach band rehearsal.
The collection consists of Benny and Eula's collection of 91 bluegrass and country music sound recordings (unprocessed), songbooks, photographs, awards, sheet music, and handwritten and typed lyrics.
This collection reflects Benny Sims' interest in bluegrass and country music memorabilia during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.