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    • Grapurchat, March 30, 1922

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, May 24, 1968

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Slingerland

    • Banjo Construction Photographic Collection
      Musical instruments
    • This tenor banjo is thought to have been made by the Slingerland Musical Instrument Mfg Co sometime in the 1930s. At that time, instrument makers were willing to make an instrument and brand it with whatever name requested, and so this one is...
    • Appliances

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Work
    • A large display of stoves stretches across the stage as a lady talks to the audience from a podium. Each stove is labeled as to its maker. From studio portraiture to candid shots around Pulaski County, Virginia, the Farmer Photograph Collection...
    • Farmer

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Restaurants
    • This photograph shows a farmer standing with his cattle in a field. In the distance a sign can be seen advertising a rib and sirloin restaurant. The receipt for this photo is labeled Mr. Eugene Morris, 1972. From studio portraiture to candid...
    • Rudolph Farmer

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Portraits
      Work
    • This bag is an example of the way Rudolph Farmer filed his negatives. Each negative (sometimes more than one) was put in a small paper bag and many were labeled with information importaty to him (unfortunately not all photos have even this level...
    • Garden Club

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Portraits
    • A large group of formally dressed men and women dancing. The photo was labeled "Garden Club". From studio portraiture to candid shots around Pulaski County, Virginia, the Farmer Photograph Collection shows the people and daily life in and around...
    • Bell Motel

    • Photography-- Virginia
      Restaurants
    • Three diners sit inside the restaurant of Bell Motel. Post cards can be seen in a display on a wooden column. (Another view of the diner labeled as Farmer 024) From studio portraiture to candid shots around Pulaski County, Virginia, the Farmer...
    • Benny Wood: A Life Remembered

    • Appalachia
      Oral histories--Appalachia
      Folklore--Appalachia
    • Among projects of students enrolled in English 446 (initially English 452), “Appalachian Folklore,” 1981-2014, and in graduate level counterparts English 548 and 648 “Appalachian Folk Culture(s)” offered 17 fall semesters between 1987 and 2009....
    • Mrs. Hollandsworth's Burlington

    • Appalachia
      Oral histories--Appalachia
      Folklore--Appalachia
    • Among projects of students enrolled in English 446 (initially English 452), “Appalachian Folklore,” 1981-2014, and in graduate level counterparts English 548 and 648 “Appalachian Folk Culture(s)” offered 17 fall semesters between 1987 and 2009....
    • The Memories of Ruth Mae Blankenship-Wilkerson

    • Appalachia
      Oral histories--Appalachia
      Folklore--Appalachia
    • Among projects of students enrolled in English 446 (initially English 452), “Appalachian Folklore,” 1981-2014, and in graduate level counterparts English 548 and 648 “Appalachian Folk Culture(s)” offered 17 fall semesters between 1987 and 2009....
    • Michael O'Quinn and Poor Valley

    • Appalachia
      Oral histories--Appalachia
      Folklore--Appalachia
    • Among projects of students enrolled in English 446 (initially English 452), “Appalachian Folklore,” 1981-2014, and in graduate level counterparts English 548 and 648 “Appalachian Folk Culture(s)” offered 17 fall semesters between 1987 and 2009....

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