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UCB-06-19

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Ellis K. Skinner "They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree"

Folk Song

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Beulah Greer "Fatal Wedding"

Folk Song

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Beulah Greer "Napanee"

Folk Song

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Frank Meyers "Napanee"

Folk Song

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James Harlan Martin "Mister Mousie"

Folk Song

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James Baxter Peyton "Fatal Wedding"

Folk Song

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James Baxter Peyton "I'll Remember You Love In My Prayers"

Folk Song

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Beulah Greer "Brown Girl"

Child Ballad

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Edith Cummings Taylor "Frog He Would a Wooing Go"

Traditional Song

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Song Medley with James Baxter Peyton

Barbara Allen / Ponchartrain / Jealous Lover / I'll Remember You Love in my Prayers / Fatal Wedding / Jessie James / And So You Have Come Back to Me / Little White Rose / Your Home's the…

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Oral history of Lelah Schornick 1976 May 5 (Part 3)

Schornick tells of her family's move to Mesa from Cherryville Kansas in 1909 to help her father's bronchiectasis. She recalls crops grown in those days: almonds peaches cantaloupe citrus…

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Frances Longenbaugh interview on quilting. 1977 April 21

Interview discussing quilting.

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Oral History Interview with Charles McKay 1988 October 17 WHS-C063 (Tape 1, Side B)

Family History of Church Family & Charles McKay.Mother (Ruth) met father on a cruise -- two children Charles born in 1940 and Berry -- Father was a salesman furniture manufacturing and wood…

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CSPMs996-177. Tape 1, Side B.

Found in 'Voices and Visions: Pikes Peak Women of the Twentieth Century Oral History Project.'

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