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    • 2 Lines of Girls

    • Berea College -- Students; Berea College Country Dancers; Morris dance; Woods-Penniman Women's Gymnasium/Crossroads Complex, 1925-
    • The Berea College ladies performing a Morris Dance, Twenty-Ninth of May, in Woods-Penniman Auditorium llikely in April of 1948.
    • [My Parents Treated Me Tenderly]

    • CTM-79; Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Ballads--Kentucky; [My Parents Treated Me Tenderly]; Ritchie, Jean;
    • Video of performance by Jean Ritchie at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College 10-27-79.
    • [TALK about learning music from her father and family]

    • CTM-75; Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music; Folk music--United States; [TALK about learning music from her father and family]; Ritchie, Jean;
    • Video of performance by Jean Ritchie at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 10-25-75.
    • Arkansas Traveler

    • Setters, Jilson; Day, James William; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Arkansas Traveler; American Folk Song Festival;
    • Tune played by James William Day (Jilson Setters) in Boyd County, Kentucky in 1937.
    • Assassination Of Govener Goebels

    • Setters, Jilson; Day, James William; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Assassination Of Govener Goebels; American Folk Song Festival;
    • Tune played by James William Day (Jilson Setters) in Boyd County, Kentucky in 1937.
    • Billy In the Low Ground

    • Setters, Jilson; Day, James William; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Billy In The Low Ground; American Folk Song Festival;
    • Tune played by James William Day (Jilson Setters) in Boyd County, Kentucky in 1937.
    • Black Waters

    • CTM-79; Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Dulcimer Music--Kentucky; Black Waters; Ritchie, Jean;
    • Video of performance by Jean Ritchie at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College 10-27-79.
    • Black Waters

    • Folk Songs--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky; Black Waters; Ritchie, Jean;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by Jean Ritchie and recorded at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-28-82
    • Blackberry Blossom [Cuts Off]

    • Setters, Jilson; Day, James William; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Blackberry Blossom; American Folk Song Festival;
    • Tune played by James William Day (Jilson Setters) in Boyd County, Kentucky in 1934.
    • Brightest And Best

    • CTM-75; Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music; Hymns, English--Kentucky; Brightest and Best; Ritchie Family; Ritchie, Jean; Baker, Edna Ritchie; Hudson, Judy; Kermit, Paula;
    • Video of performance by members of the Ritchie family at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 10-25-75.
    • Can't Get A Letter from Home

    • Folk Songs--Kentucky; Graham, Addie; Can't Get A Letter from Home; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Folk Song sung by Addie Graham and accompanied by Jean Ritchie and recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky 1973.
    • Chimes, 1930

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This edition of the yearbook is entitled, "The Chymes." The president of the college at the time was William J. Hutchins.
    • Chimes, 1931

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This edition of the yearbook is the first one to be called “The Chimes.” This edition commemorates Berea's 75th Anniversary Year. Dr. George N. Luccock was the Acting President from October 1930 to May 1931. The was also the first year of the...
    • Chimes, 1932

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This issue is dedicated to James Rood Robertson. A memoriam is given for Lola Cooper on Page 8.
    • Chimes, 1933

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This is the year that Dr. J. R. Rogers donated money for a new Art building and that the Munger Memorial was dedicated. The Glee Club split into two divisions: Varsity and Freshman for each gender. This year also boasted the creation of the YMCA...

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