Collection Number: 20026

Collection Title: Daniel W. Patterson and Beverly Bush Patterson Papers, 1775-2008 (bulk 1964-2001)

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Size 53 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 7300 items)
Abstract White folklorists Daniel W. Patterson (1928- ) and Beverly Bush Patterson study North Carolina folk life, southern traditional and religious folk music, Shaker art and music, and southern religious music. The Pattersons have often collaborated in their work and research, including work as consultants with Tom Davenport on his folklife films and Folkstreams project and website for streaming folklife documentary films; with Jim Peacock and Ruel Tyson on the World and Identity Primitive Baptist collection; and on the Index of Selected Folk Recordings Project. The collection includes letters, subject files, films, photographs and slides of folk musicians and folk traditions, audio recordings and moving images about folklore topics, and other materials involving Daniel and Beverly Patterson, independent filmmaker Tom Davenport, and others, including Bobby McMillon working together or independently to produce films, books, and other materials about life in the mountains; Sacred Harp singing; musical traditions of the Primitive Baptist churches in North Carolina and New York; the Shakers, including interviews with Shakers and field recordings of Shaker music and songs; the legend of Frankie Silver; folk music and folklore; and other topics. SFC material traces its history from 1960s folk archive, through the acquisition of the John Edwards Memorial Collection in 1983, and the opening of the SFC in 1989 at the Sounds of the South conference. There are also student papers that were written by Daniel Patterson's students in the Curriculum in Folklore. Correspondents include folklorist and writer Archie Green; writer D. K. Wilgus and wife Eleanor R. Long Wilgus; Ralph Steele Boggs, founder of the Curriculum in Folklore at UNC in 1939; professor Cecelia Conway; publisher Hugh McGraw; folklorist Bobby McMillon; archaeologist Stanley South; novelist Russell Banks; composer Thomas N. Rice; blues collector and record producer Peter B. Lowry; and professor John Garst. Some materials relate to religious tunebook compilers, including John G. McCurry, who wrote a shape-note songbook in 1855 that Patterson and Garst republished in 1973. Subject files contain materials about religious songs; religious groups and movements such as the Primitive Baptists; music styles; religious tunebooks; and many other topics. Also included are hundreds of photographs by Patterson created while doing research for The True Image: Gravestone Art and the Culture of Scotch Irish Settlers in the Pennsylvania and Carolina Backcountry, published by UNC Press in 2012.
Creator Patterson Daniel W. (Daniel Watkins)

Patterson, Beverly Bush, 1939-
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Folklife Collection.
Language English
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Daniel W. Patterson and Beverly Bush Patterson Papers #20026, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Daniel W. Patterson and Beverly Bush Patterson of Chapel Hill, N.C., 1986-2001; and in June 1999 (Acc. 98388), July 1999 (Acc. 98405, 98406, 98413), September 2005 (Acc. 100191), July 2011 (Acc. 101467), (Acc. 101938), December 2013 (Acc. 101938, 101966), March 2015 (Acc. 102176), and December 2018 (Acc. 103424).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Processed by: Nathalie Wheaton and Jodi Berkowitz, June 2005

Encoded by: Nathalie Wheaton and Jodi Berkowitz, July 2005

Revised by: James McGlothlin, May 2008; Anne Wells, January and November 2016; Jennifer Overstreet, Rebecca Stubbs, and Patrick Cullom, March 2018; Nancy Kaiser, Anne Wells, and Meredith Kite, 2019; Nancy Kaiser, January 2021

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White folklorist Daniel W. Patterson (1928- ) was a professor in English and Folklore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for many years. He is Kenan Professor Emeritus of English and a former chair of the Curriculum in Folklore at UNC-Chapel Hill. Patterson played a pivotal role in the development of UNC-Chapel Hill's Southern Folklife Collection, which opened to researchers in 1989. He has published several books, most of which relate to North Carolina folklife, southern traditional and religious folk music, or Shaker art and music. Patterson has also collaborated with independent film maker Tom Davenport on several documentaries relating to these subjects.

White folklorist Beverly Bush Patterson, born Beverly Bush in Mineola, Tex., earned an A.B. from Baylor University, specializing in Music; a Master of Arts degree from SUNY-Binghampton in Ethnomusicology; and a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Folklore at UNC-Chapel Hill. She was also known as Beverly B. Boggs from an earlier marriage. Beverly Bush Patterson served on the North Carolina Arts Council, from 1992 until her retirement from that position in 2004, when she took the post of Executive Director of the North Carolina Folklife Institute. One of her focuses was southern religious music. She is the author of The Sound of the Dove: Singing in Appalachian Primitive Baptist Churches .

The Pattersons have often collaborated in their work and research. They were both involved as consultants with Tom Davenport on his folklife films and also worked with Davenport on the Folkstreams project and website for streaming folklife documentary films. Daniel and Beverly Patterson collaborated with Jim Peacock and Ruel Tyson on the World and Identity Primitive Baptist collection. Another well-known collaboration for Daniel and Beverly Patterson was the Index of Selected Folk Recordings Project, which provided access via microfiche to over 500 albums with information on individual songs now held by the SFC.

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The collection includes material from several projects from 1963 to 2001, of folklorists Daniel Patterson and Beverly Bush Patterson (born Beverly Bush) of Chapel Hill, N.C. Materials cover folk music, gospel music, southern music, and religious music, among other topics. For the most part, the order of the materials was established by the donor, and original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

The series were arranged first by specific subjects: Tom Davenport films and related material; the legend of Frankie Silver; the Shakers; Sounds of the South (conference and book); the development of the Southern Folklife Collection; and Daniel Patterson's students' papers along with sound recordings he used in class when he taught folklore classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Following the subject series, material is arranged by format: correspondence, subject files, pictures, audio material, and video material. Researchers are advised tbat topics may be covered in several series.

The material in the Davenport films series relates to Davenport Films and projects on which independent film maker Tom Davenport and Dan Patterson collaborated. Films discussed include Being a Joines: A Life in the Brushy Mountains (with Beverly Bush Patterson); The Shakers; A Singing Stream; and a film about Sacred Harp singing.

The legend of Frankie Silver series contains material related to the folk legends, history, and projects about Frankie Silver. Daniel and Beverly Patterson, along with Tom Davenport, worked on a documentary with Bobby McMillon called The Ballad of Frankie Silver. Daniel Patterson went on to write a book called A Tree Accurst: Bobby McMillon and Stories of Frankie Silver (2000).

Daniel Patterson has worked on several projects related to the Shakers religious sect. The Shakers was a film made with Tom Davenport in 1974. Patterson has written two books about the Shakers. Gift Drawing and Gift Song: a Study of Two Forms of Shaker Inspiration was published in 1983, and centers on the Shakers' distinctive art and music. The Shaker Spiritual was published in 1979 (new edition 2000). This book concentrates on Shaker music. Correspondents in the Shaker series include Sister R. Mildred Barker and Brother Theodore E. Johnson of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in New Gloucester, Me.; Robert F. W. Meader, director of the Shaker Museum in Old Chatham, N.Y.; Frank Sierra, collector of information on song manuscripts; professor Robert P. Emlen; and June Sprigg of the Hancock Shaker Village. Audio material related to the Shakers includes interviews with Shaker members and field recordings of Shaker music and songs.

Sounds of the South was a conference held in April 1989 at the UNC-Chapel Hill to mark the opening of the Southern Folklife Collection, which Daniel Patterson had helped to establish. Items related to the conference include correspondence with speech contributors and transcriptions of the speeches. The speeches made at this conference were later published as in a book, also titled Sounds of the South . Patterson edited the book, which was published in 1991.

A series about the development of the Southern Folklife Collection traces its history from its time as a folk archive in the 1960s, through the acquisition of the John Edwards Memorial Collection in 1983, and its development into the Southern Folklife Collection in 1989. Correspondents include folklorist and writer Archie Green; writer and donor D. K. Wilgus and his wife, Eleanor R. Long Wilgus; and Ralph Steele Boggs, founder of the Curriculum in Folklore at the University of North Carolina in 1939.

Student papers were written by Patterson's Curriculum in Folklore students. Subjects include religious music, folk legends, and folk musicians. Included with these papers is a paper by Patterson on shape-note singing.

The correspondence series includes letters from professor Cecelia Conway; publisher Hugh McGraw; folklorist Bobby McMillon; archaeologist Stanley South; novelist Russell Banks; composer Thomas N. Rice; Ralph Steele Boggs; and professor John Garst. Some correspondence is arranged by subject, including that of religious tunebook compilers such as John G. McCurry, who wrote a shape-note songbook called The Social Harp in 1855. Patterson and John Garst published a facsimile of this book in 1973. In 1978, a recording of some of the songs from The Social Harp was made by Rounder Records, featuring notes by Patterson.

The subject files series includes materials related to religious song with information on specific religious groups and movements such as the Primitive Baptists, music styles such as Sacred Harp, religious music compilers, and religious tunebooks. Subject files about Patterson's involvement in several projects related to folklife and folk music include information on Arts in Earnest; Diversities of Gifts; and the Index of Selected Folk Recordings (1984).

Pictures include photographs and slides of folk musicians, folk traditions, and images used in Patterson's 2012 publication The True Image: Gravestone Art and the Culture of Scotch Irish Settlers in the Pennsylvania and Carolina Backcountry .

Audiovisual materials consist of audio recordings, moving image material, and related documentation created and compiled by Daniel W. Patterson and Beverly Bush Patterson. Audio material includes miscellaneous music and field recordings: Social Harp and Christian Harmony recordings, gospel music, folk music, and interviews. Moving image material includes mostly documentaries about folklore topics. Documentation consists of field notes, tape logs, transcripts, ephemera, and other materials related to the recordings found in the collection.

Note that original arrangement and folder titles have, for the most part, been retained. Because there is some content overlap among series, researchers should check multiple series for materials of interest.

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1. Davenport Films and related material, 1972-1999 and undated.
1A. Davenport Films and related material, 1970s-2000s (Addition of September 2005)
2. Legend of Frankie Silver, 1822-2000 (bulk 1995-2000) and undated.
3. Shaker material, 1780-2001 and undated.
3.1 Correspondence and Related Material, 1960-2001 and undated.
3.2 Subject Files and Related Material, 1785-2000 and undated.
3.3 Printed Material and Clippings, 1780-2000 and undated.
3.4 Pictures, 1780s-2000 and undated.
3.5 Audio Material, 1963-1999 and undated.
3A. Shaker Material, 1998-2001 (Addition of September 2005)
4. Sounds of the South, 1989-1993 and undated.
5. Southern Folklife Collection Development, 1964-1999 and undated.
6. Student Papers and Classroom Tapes, 1965-1998 and undated.
7. Correspondence, 1848-1894, 1962-1998 and undated (bulk 1964-1998).
8. Subject Files, 1775-1998 and undated (bulk 1963-1998).
9. Pictures, 1837-1989 and undated.
10. Audiovisual Materials and Related Documentation, 1937-2008 and undated.
10.1 Audiodiscs, 1950 and undated.
10.2 Audiocassettes, 1972-2008 and undated.
10.3 Compact Discs, 1991-2000 and undated.
10.4 Open Reel Audio, 1937-1991 and undated.
10.5. Moving Images, 1971-2000 and undated..
10.6 Related Material, 1997 and undated.
11. Oversize items.
12A. Gravestone Research Project, The Sound of the Dove, circa 1970s-2000s (Addition of September 2005)
12A. Gravestone Research Project, 1970s-2000s (Addition of July 2011)
12A. Gravestone Research Project, 1970s-2000s (Additions of December 2013 and March 2015)
13A. Other Papers, 1970s-1990s (Additions of June-July 1999)
13A. Other Papers, 1980-2000s (Addition of December 2013)
13A. Other Papers, 1961-2010 (Addition of December 2018)

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About 300 items.

The material in this series spans from 1972 to 1999 and relates to Davenport Films and projects on which independent film maker Tom Davenport, Dan Patterson, and Beverly Bush Patterson collaborated. The Pattersons worked as consultants with Tom Davenport on most of his films, all of which have a connection to folklife or folk stories and many are documentaries on folk music and folk musicians. The series includes correspondence related to the development of the films and film grants, tape logs, photographs, and information about other folk life documentaries. Films discussed include Being a Joines: A Life in the Brushy Mountains ; The Shakers; A Singing Stream about the Landis family's musical traditions; and When My Work is Over: the Life and Stories of Louise Anderson. Other projects include Davenport's retelling of children's fairy tales in the Brothers Grimm series, an abandoned project about the Primitive Baptist Church, and a film about sacred harp singing.

Audio and video material in this series includes a video of Being a Joines ; audio recordings of Landis family members' music; and unedited footage and other video related to the Sacred Harp video project.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1-2

Folder 1

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1980-1998

Folder 3

Personal and family

Folder 4-5

Folder 4

Folder 5

Being a Joines, 1978-1999

Folder 6

Brothers Grimm series, 1991-1995

Folder 7

Brothers Grimm series: The Stepchild script by Manley and Davenport, 1993

Folder 8

Primitive Baptist Church (abandoned film project), 1980

Folder 9

Sacred Harp: correspondence, 1992-1998

Folder 10

Sacred Harp: film grant

Folder 11

Sacred Harp: Patterson's Logs and Photo Log

Folder 12

Sacred Harp: Patterson's Logs

Folder 13

The Shakers, 1972-1980

Folder 14

A Singing Stream: official correspondence

Folder 15

A Singing Stream: viewers' letters

Folder 16-17

Folder 16

Folder 17

A Singing Stream

Folder 18

A Singing Stream: Golden Echoes contact sheets

Folder 19

When My Work is Over, Louise Anderson

Folder 20

Films, flyers

Folder 21

Video cassette jacket covers

Folder 22

Information on films

Folder 23

Documentary films

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7239

"Introducing Atonement," Atonement

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7240

"Family Ties," The Landis Family

Audiocassette

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4669

"Family Ties," The Landis Family, Umbrella Records, UCD310002, 1999

CD

Videotape VT-20026/1

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 1 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/2

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 2 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/3

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 3 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/4

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 4 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/5

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 5 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/6

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 6 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/7

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 7 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/8

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 8 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/9

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 9 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/10

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 10 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/11

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 11 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/12

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 12 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/13

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 13 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/14

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 14 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/15

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 15 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/16

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 16 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/17

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 17 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/18

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 18 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/19

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 19 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/20

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 20 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/21

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 21 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/22

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 22 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/23

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 23 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/24

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 24 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/25

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 25 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/26

Shape Note Documentary Project, tape 26 of 26

VHS

footage shot by David Murphree, Bill Windom for Sweet Is the Day, a film by Jim Carnes and Erin Kellin

Videotape VT-20026/27

Shape Note Footage by Tom Davenport (Alabama, Syble Wootten Adams, Delta Wootten), November 1994

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/28

Being a Joines: A Life in the Brushy Mountains

Betacam SP

Videotape VT-20026/29

Sacred Harp Video Project: United Sacred Harp Convention, Dutton, Ala., 7 September 1996, tape 1 of 2

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/30

Sacred Harp Video Project: United Sacred Harp Convention, Dutton, Ala., 7-8 September 1996, tape 2 of 2

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/31

Sacred Harp Film Project: Antioch, tape 1 of 2

VHS

Digitized media has been edited for content or length.

Videotape VT-20026/32

Sacred Harp Film Project: Lookout Mountain, Collinsville, August 1993, tape 2 of 2

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/33

"Sacred Harp" in Georgia, 1999

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/34

"Fa Sol La Me:" The Sacred Harp: A Musical Documentary, 15 October 1991

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/35

Dub of Lomax Wootten footage

VHS

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200 items

Acquisitions Information: Accession 100191

The addition consists of materials relating to collaborative projects with Tom Davenport, including The Shakers, Born for Hard Luck, Being a Joines, A Singing Stream, The Ballad of Frankie Silvers, Remembering the High Lonesome, Folkstreams, and Reel South, an unfunded proposal for a public television series that was the origin for Folkstreams.

Box 65

Tom Davenport

Folkstreams

Reel South

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About 400 items.

Folder 24 contains a detailed list of the folders in this section that was created by the Pattersons.

This series contains material related to the folk legends, history, and projects about Frankie Silver. In 1833, Frankie Silver of Burke County, N.C., was executed for the murder of her husband. The story gave rise to folk ballads, legends, and much historical research over the years. Daniel and Beverly Patterson, along with filmmaker Tom Davenport, worked on a documentary with Bobby McMillon, a singer, storyteller, and descendant of the Silver family, about the legend called The Ballad of Frankie Silver. Daniel Patterson went on to write a book in 2000 entitled A Tree Accurst: Bobby McMillon and Stories of Frankie Silver . The Pattersons also have written papers on the topic. This series includes research materials on the legend and similar legends and ballads, correspondence related to Frankie Silver and the video, and copies of historical documents and news items dating from 1822 to the 1950s. The Pattersons also researched interpretations and discussions of the legend, the Silver family, and its descendants.

Audio material includes music related to the Frankie Silver ballad, spoken versions of the folk legend, field recordings of Bobby McMillon singing ballads, and several interviews with McMillon. Video material includes documentaries about and dramatic interpretations of the Frankie Silver legend.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 24

Ballad: "Beauchamp/Beacham's Address/Confession" and "Levi Ames"

Folder 25

Ballad: "Frankie Silver"

Folder 26-28

Folder 26

Folder 27

Folder 28

Ballad of Frankie Silver video correspondence

Folder 29-31

Folder 29

Folder 30

Folder 31

Correspondence: Frankie Silver

Folder 32-33

Folder 32

Folder 33

Early documents related to the Silver murder case

Folder 34

Documents: Lists of names contained

Folder 35

Legend motifs

Folder 36

McMillon, Bobby: Biographical information

Folder 37

McMillon, Bobby: Patterson's notes on interviews

Folder 38

McMillon, Bobby: Martin and Beverly Patterson interviews

Folder 39

McMillon, Bobby: Davenport interviews

Folder 40

McMillon, Bobby: Interviews taped by Dan Patterson

Folder 41

McMillon, Bobby: Glosses on pages from manuscript for A Tree Accurst

Folder 42

McMillon, Bobby: Song logs

Folder 43

McMillon, Bobby: Copy of A Fly in Amber manuscript

Folder 44

Maps, mileage charts, perpetual calendar, etc.

Folder 45

Newspaper articles about Silver case, 1832-1903

Folder 46

Newspaper articles, contextual, 1800s

Folder 47-48

Folder 47

Folder 48

Patterson, Beverly: Notes on Silver activities in the 1990s

Folder 49

Silver murder case, secondary accounts from 20th century

Folder 50-51

Folder 50

Folder 51

Newsletters: "Silver Notes," 1997-2000

Folder 52

Newsletters: Frankie Foundation; print-out from Silver family website

Folder 53

Notes on Spainhour, Henry

Folder 54

Notes on Stewart family

Folder 55

Notes on Swain, David L.

Folder 56

Notes on Wilson, Thomas W.

Folder 57

Burke County Tax Records

Folder 58

Documents: Court records, Silver case and similar cases

Folder 59

"Frankie's Song: A Collection from Kona Baptist Church Library, comments by Wayne Silver, 1989," and program from musical performance Go, Tell it On the Mountain, April 2000

Folder 60

"Frankie's Stories," compiled by James D. Silver, June 1996

Folder 61

"Silver: Our Pioneer Ancestors," compiled and edited by John Silver Harris, 1997 rev.

Folder 62

"Nancy's Story: To Right the Legend of Frankie Silver" by Jim Harbin, 1999

Folder 63

Pictures related to Frankie Silver research

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7241

"Carolina Sampler: Anglo American Vocal Music From North Carolina," Global Village Music, C312, 1992

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7242

"The State of Things," WUN.C.-FM Broadcast edited by Paula Press and featuring Bobby McMillon and Doug and Marina Trivette, 16 September 2000

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7243

"The State of Things," WUN.C.-FM Broadcast edited by Paula Press and featuring Bobby McMillon and Doug and Marina Trivette, 23 September 2000

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7244

From the Appalachian Archives at Berea College, "Frankie Silver" performed by Bascom Lamar Lunsford, and two recordings of "The Murder of Col. Sharp" performed by Doug Wallin

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7245

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 1 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7246

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 2 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7247

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 3 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7248

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 4 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7249

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 5 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7250

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 6 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7251

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 7 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7252

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 8 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7253

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 9 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7254

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 10 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7255

Bobby McMillon singing the tunes of ballads and songs for texts he set down in his ballad notebooks, tape 11 of 11

Audiocassette

dubbed from a Digital Audio Tape (DAT) recording made for the Folklife Office at the North Carolina Arts Council

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7256

Bobby McMillon interview, Hendersonville, N.C., 20 November 1992, tape 1 of 2

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7257

Bobby McMillon interview, Hendersonville, N.C., 20 November 1992, tape 2 of 2

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7258

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 4 February 1993, tape 1 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7259

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 4 February 1993, tape 2 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7260

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 4 February 1993, tape 3 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7261

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 27 June 1997, tape 1 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7262

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 27 June 1997, tape 2 of 3

Audiocassette

Topic: Legends of Frankie Silver, etc.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7263

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 27 June 1997, tape 3 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7264

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 18 November 1998, tape 1 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7265

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 18 November 1998, tape 2 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7266

Bobby McMillon interview, Chapel Hill, N.C., 18 November 1998, tape 3 of 3

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7267

"The Retrial of Frankie Silver," performed by Mrs. Jo Ball's students at Heritage Middle School, Valdese, N.C., 23 May 1997, tape 1 of 2

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7268

"The Retrial of Frankie Silver," performed by Mrs. Jo Ball's students at Heritage Middle School, Valdese, N.C., 23 May 1997, tape 2 of 2

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7269

"The Ballad of Frankie Silver" dub

Audiocassette

dub of the soundtrack of the 1997 version of the Tom Davenport video featuring Bobby McMillon

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7270

"The Ballad of Frankie Silver" dub

Audiocassette

dub of the soundtrack of the 1999 version of the Tom Davenport video featuring Bobby McMillon

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7271

"Curriculum Music and Community"

Audiocassette

an unpublished cassette prepared by the Folklife Office to introduce the Curriculum Music and Community Project in Caldwell County

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7272

Lattimore Hughes interview by Bobby McMillon (his great-nephew), Bowditch, N.C., 1975

Audiocassette

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4670

"The Ballad of Frankie Silver," Panaiotis, Pan Digital Corporation and Maverick Music Projects, Inc., 1994

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4671

"Go, Tell It on the Mountain," recorded live at Kona Baptist Church, Kona, N.C., 2000

CD

Videotape VT-20026/36

Back Then...Frankie Silver's Deed: Crime and Punishment in the 1830s , 1997

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/37

The Ballad of Frankie Silver

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/38

They Won't Hang a Woman, 11 July 1997

VHS

stage adaptation by Cheryl Oxford of Maxine McCall's fictional treatment of the Frankie Silver story

Videotape VT-20026/39

The Story of Frankie Silver plus Ballads, told by Bobby McMillon to Tom Davenport, October 1992

VHS

SFC Audio Open Reel VT-20026/40

The Ballad of Frankie Silver, American Traditional Culture Series, Davenport Films

VHS

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Shaker material, 1780-2001 and undated.

About 1,300 items.

Patterson has worked on several projects related to the religious sect known as the Shakers. The Shakers were founded in the late 18th century, reached their peak membership between 1830 and 1840, and eventually declined in number. During that time, they became known for the simple and practical style they applied to furniture, art, and music.

In 1974, Patterson made The Shakers with film maker Tom Davenport of Davenport Films. Patterson has written two books about the Shakers. Gift Drawing and Gift Song: a Study of Two Forms of Shaker Inspiration (1983) and centers on the Shakers' distinctive art and music. The Shaker Spiritual (1979) was re-released as a new edition in 2000. This book concentrates on Shaker music.

This series contains correspondence, Patterson's subject files and notes, printed material and clippings, and pictures related to the Shakers, their art and music, and Patterson's books. Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1 Correspondence and Related Material, 1960-2001 and undated.

About 400 items.

Folder 64 contains Patterson's detailed correspondence list. Patterson made carbon copies of many of the letters he sent. Patterson corresponded with Shakers, people who had lived with the Shakers, people who wrote about the Shakers, and people interested in Shaker music or art. There is correspondence related to his book The Shaker Spiritual , including information about its re-publication. Correspondents include Sister R. Mildred Barker and Brother Theodore Johnson of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in New Gloucester, Me.; Robert F. W. Meader, director of the Shaker Museum in Old Chatham, N.Y.; people at Rounder Records (Bill Nowlin, Sabbathday Lake Shakers, and others) on the production of Round 0078, Early Shaker Spirituals with grant information, reports, contracts, and other materials; Frank Sierra, friend of the Sabbathday Lake Shakers and collector of information on song manuscripts; Robert P. Emlen of Brown University and author of Shaker Village Views; and June Sprigg of Hancock Shaker Village.

Folder 64

Correspondence list

Folder 65

Correspondence with Shakers: Canterbury Shaker Village

Folder 66-68

Folder 66

Folder 67

Folder 68

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Barker, Sister R. Mildred, 1960-1989

Folder 69

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Brooks, Lenny, 1989-1995

Folder 70

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Carr, Frances, 1974-1998

Folder 71

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Hadd, Arnold, 1984-1997

Folder 72

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Johnson, Brother Theodore, 1960-1985

Folder 73

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Peacock, Sister Ethel, 1961-1971

Folder 74

Correspondence with Shakers: Sabbathday Lake: Miscellaneous members, 1974-1995

Folder 75

Correspondence with persons who had lived among Shakers: Austin, Olive Hayden, 1964-1978

Folder 76

Correspondence with persons who had lived among Shakers: Phelps, Florence, 1973-1974

Folder 77

Correspondence with persons who had lived among Shakers: Others

Folder 78

Correspondence with persons who wrote about the Shakers: Andrews, Edward

Folder 79

Correspondence with persons who wrote about the Shakers: Christenson-Lassiter

Folder 80-81

Folder 80

Folder 81

Correspondence with persons who wrote about the Shakers: Meader, Robert, 1960-1984

Folder 82

Correspondence with persons who wrote about the Shakers: Melcher-Richmond

Folder 83

Correspondence with persons who wrote about the Shakers: Sprigg-Wisbey

Folder 84-85

Folder 84

Folder 85

Correspondence about The Shaker Spiritual: Reprint corrections with publisher

Folder 86

Correspondence about The Shaker Spiritual: Review

Folder 87

Correspondence about The Shaker Spiritual: Permissions

Folder 88

Correspondence about The Shaker Spiritual: Second edition, 1990-2001

Folder 89

Correspondence about recordings of Shaker singers and songs: Charters, Samuel B.-Rounder Records

Folder 90

Correspondence about recordings of Shaker singers and songs: Rounder Records-Schirmer Books

Folder 91

Correspondence with persons who have adapted Shaker songs: Brock, D. D.-Gilbert, N.

Folder 92

Correspondence with persons who have adapted Shaker songs: Hall, Roger

Folder 93

Correspondence with persons who have adapted Shaker songs: McKeachie, W. J.-Wilson, W.

Folder 94

Correspondence about Shaker song manuscripts: Bissland family-Shea J. E.

Folder 95

Correspondence about Shaker song manuscripts: Sierra, F. and Steinert, R. M.

Folder 96

Correspondence about publications of gift drawings: Antiques Magazine-Covington, Dale

Folder 97-98

Folder 97

Folder 98

Correspondence about publications of gift drawings: Emlen, Robert P.

Folder 99

Correspondence about publications of gift drawings: Hamilton, R.-Promey S.

Folder 100

Correspondence about publications of gift drawings: Sabbathday Lake Shakers, etc.

Folder 101

Correspondence about publications of gift drawings: Sanders, F. M.-Vlach, J.

Folder 102

Correspondence about publications of gift drawings: Western Reserve Historical Society Library-Wolfe, R.

Folder 103

Correspondence about prints and depictions of Shakers: Corrected reprints and playbills

Folder 104

Miscellaneous correspondence: Adams, E. R.-Newton, V.

Folder 105

Miscellaneous correspondence: Prentice, A. M.

Folder 106

Miscellaneous correspondence: Ralph, M.-Zieget, J.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.2 Subject Files and Related Material, 1785-2000 and undated.

About 200 items.

Subject files and related material include information on Shaker art and artists, Shaker conference material, Patterson's notes on Shaker music and dance, notes on historic Shaker music manuscripts, working notebooks about Shaker music, model notebooks about music manuscripts and Shaker music notation, four card file boxes relating to the locations and owners of song manuscripts, and an index of specific Shaker tunes. Notes on music manuscripts and Shaker artists include photocopies of some material, 1785-1800s. Also included is a large roll of brown wrapping paper with Robert F. W. Meader's drawings and measurements of the "Tone-ometer," a Shaker monochord in the Shaker Museum Collection.

Folder 116 contains Patterson's list for his note files; Folder 134 contains Patterson's list of Shaker song manuscripts; and Folder 136 contains background information on his notebooks and card files.

Folder 107

Shaker art: Notes

Folder 108

Shaker art: Artists: Biographical data

Folder 109

Shaker art: Artists of Hancock

Folder 110

Shaker art: Artists of Mount Lebanon (1st Order), Barber-Potter

Folder 111

Shaker art: Artists of Mount Lebanon (1st Order), Reed-Miscellaneous Hands

Folder 112

Shaker art: Artists of Mount Lebanon (2nd Order), Babcock

Folder 113

Shaker art: Artists of Watervliet and Unidentified Hands

Folder 114-115

Folder 114

Folder 115

Shaker conference materials

Folder 116

Shaker music: Patterson's list for note files including organization and detailed information

Folder 117-118

Folder 117

Folder 118

Shaker music: Notes, Library of Congress

Folder 119

Shaker music: Notes, New York Public Library

Folder 120

Shaker music: Notes, Sabbathday Lake

Folder 121

Shaker music: Notes, Western Reserve Historical Society Library

Folder 122

Shaker music: Notes on dance

Folder 123

Shaker music: Musical analyses

Folder 124

Shaker music: Musical transcriptions

Folder 125

Shaker music: Song texts

Folder 126-127

Folder 126

Folder 127

Shaker music: Photocopies of music manuscripts

Folder 128-129

Folder 128

Folder 129

Shaker music: Photocopies of other manuscripts

Folder 130

Shaker music: Interviews and song lists

Folder 131

Shaker music: Miscellaneous notes

Folder 132

Shaker music: Transcription logs of recordings

Folder 133

Shaker music: Data on library holdings of songs manuscripts

Folder 134

Shaker music: Patterson's checklist of Shaker song manuscripts

Folder 135

Shaker music: Index of songs in Patterson's work notebooks

Folder 136

Shaker music: Patterson's background information about notebooks

Folder 137

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Books I and II

Folder 138

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Books III and IV

Folder 139

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Book V

Folder 140

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Book VI

Folder 141

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Book VII

Folder 142

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Blue A and Blue B

Folder 143

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Brown

Folder 144

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Huntzinger

Folder 145

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Lebanon, N.H.

Folder 146

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Manuscript paper

Folder 147

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Red

Folder 148

Shaker music: Working notebooks, Sabbathday Lake

Folder 149

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1953

Folder 150

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1954

Folder 151

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1960 A and 1960 B

Folder 152

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1960 C

Folder 153

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1960 D

Folder 154

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1961-Kentucky and Ohio

Folder 155

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1961 and 1962: Washington, D.C.

Folder 156

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1963: Lebanon, Ohio, and Washington D.C.

Folder 157

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1963: New York City

Folder 158

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1963: Sabbathday Lake

Folder 159

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1965 and 1968

Folder 160

Shaker music: Working notebooks, 1974 and 1977

Folder 161

Shaker music: Model notebooks, song index and 1780-1809

Folder 162

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1810-1815

Folder 163

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1820-1829

Folder 164

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1830-1839

Folder 165

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1840-1846

Folder 166

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1847-1849

Folder 167

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1850-1859

Folder 168

Shaker music: Model notebooks, 1860-1872

Folder 169

Shaker music: Model notebooks, Wordless laboring songs, "Minor"

Folder 170

Shaker music: Model notebooks, Wordless songs, "Major"

Folder 171

Shaker music: Model notebooks, Black binder

Box 20

Shaker music: Card file: Shaker Note Index; Topics and Persons

Box 21

Shaker music: Card file: Shaker Music Manuscripts by Owner and City

Box 22

Shaker music: Card file: Shaker Tune Variants for tunes in The Shaker Spiritual

Box 23

Shaker music: Card file: Shaker Indexes, Unused Tunes, Scribes

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/8

"Roll of brown wrapping paper with Robert F. W. Meader's drawings and measurements of the "Tone-ometer," a Shaker monochord in the Shaker Museum Collection"

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.3 Printed Material and Clippings, 1780-2000 and undated.

About 300 items.

Printed material and clippings include photocopies of Shaker art, Shaker music manuscripts, and books related to Shaker art and music. Also included are articles and essays about the Shakers and their art and music; cards and ephemeral imprints; Shaker newsletters and periodicals; and other materials. Inclufrf is a photocopy of A Record of Spiritual Songs (1845) by Russell Haskell.

Folder 179 contains Patterson's list of the printed material included in this series. See Folder 187 for his list of cards and ephemeral imprints; Folder 198 for his list about music manuscripts; Folder 218 for his list of miscellaneous material and Shaker newsletters and periodicals; Folder 229 for his list concerning booklets, articles, and clippings; and Folder 239 for Patterson's lists for pictures.

Folder 172

List of photocopies of Shaker gift drawings and paintings in Patterson Collection

Folder 173

Photocopies of manuscripts, accounts of paintings, etc.

Folder 174

Copies of discussions of Shaker art

Folder 175-176

Folder 175

Folder 176

Photocopies of handwriting samples

Folder 177

Shaker music theory and instruction: Copies and related material

Folder 178

Miscellaneous copies of printed material

Folder 179

Shaker publications: Patterson's list; Andrews, E. (1960) and "The Gift of Inspiration" (1970 and 1979)

Folder 180

Shaker publications: Important Americana, 1997

Folder 181

Shaker publications: Kitch, Sally L. in Winterthur Portfolio , 1989

Folder 182

Shaker publications: Patterson's Gift Drawing and Gift Song , 1983

Folder 183

Shaker publications: Patterson in The Magazine Antiques (1990) and Sellin, David (1962)

Folder 184

Shaker publications: Tooley, June Sprigg (1996); Wertkin, Gerard (1995); Wolfe, Ruth (1980)

Folder 185

Printed copies of hard-to-get material: "CORD News" and "The Shaker Messenger"

Folder 186

Shaker sheet music and broadside

Folder 187

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Patterson's List

Folder 188

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Canterbury Shaker Village

Folder 189

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Sabbathday Lake Press, Christmas cards

Folder 190

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Sabbathday Lake Press, miscellaneous

Folder 191

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Sabbathday Lake Press, Easter cards

Folder 192

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Miniature books, David Serette

Folder 193

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Non-Shaker: Booklets

Folder 194

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Non-Shaker: Brochures from Shaker museums

Folder 195

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Non-Shaker: Note paper and postcards

Folder 196

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Non-Shaker: Conference and exhibition z announcements and invitations; museums

Folder 197

Cards and ephemeral imprints: Non-Shaker: Imitations of Shaker art

Folder 198

Patterson's List of photocopies of music and non-music manuscripts

Folder 199

Photocopies of music manuscripts: Canterbury Shaker Community

Folder 200

Photocopies of music manuscripts: Library of Congress, Manuscripts Department

Folder 201

A Record of Spiritual Songs (1845) by Russell Haskell: Photocopied notes from Patterson's original folders

Folder 202-207

Folder 202

Folder 203

Folder 204

Folder 205

Folder 206

Folder 207

A Record of Spiritual Songs (copy)

Folder 208

Photocopies of music manuscripts: Middlebury College and New York State Library

Folder 209

Photocopies of music manuscripts: Sabbathday Lake Shakers

Folder 210-213

Folder 210

Folder 211

Folder 212

Folder 213

Photocopies of music manuscripts: Frank Sierra

Folder 214

Photocopies of music manuscripts: Fragments and loose sheets

Folder 215

Haskell, Russell. A Musical Expositor

Folder 216

Youngs, Isaac N. A Short Abridgement of the Rules of Music (1843)

Folder 217

Shaker sales catalogs

Folder 218

Patterson's list of miscellaneous material and Shaker newsletters and periodicals

Folder 219

Miscellaneous articles and other imprints

Folder 220

Shaker newsletters and periodicals: The Clarion, 1978-2000

Folder 221

Shaker newsletters and periodicals: The Friends' Quarterly

Folder 222-224

Folder 222

Folder 223

Folder 224

Shaker newsletters and periodicals: The Shaker Messenger , 1979-1985

Folder 225

Shaker newsletters and periodicals: Shakers World, 1997; South Union Messenger, 1972, 1996-1999; The Swift, 1994

Folder 226

Shaker newsletters and periodicals: Village News, 1967, 1970, 1996-1998

Folder 227

Shaker newsletters and periodicals: World of Shaker , 1974-1975

Folder 228

Manuscript tune transcriptions

Folder 229

Booklets, articles, clippings: Patterson's list

Folder 230

Booklets, articles, clippings: About music

Folder 231-232

Folder 231

Folder 232

Booklets, articles, clippings: Containing music

Folder 233

Booklets, articles, clippings: Relating to other aspects of Shakerism

Folder 234-235

Folder 234

Folder 235

Booklets, articles, clippings: Clippings, 1961-1995

Folder 236-237

Folder 236

Folder 237

Booklets, articles, clippings: Booklets

Folder 238

"Map of the Public Meeting, Holy Mount, 1 January 1855, Second Family"

Folder 239

Patterson's lists for pictures

Folder 240

The Shaker Spiritual: Figure captions

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.4 Pictures, 1780s-2000 and undated.

About 300 items.

Pictures include several copies of originals, many of which are undated but probably range from the 1780s through the 1900s. More recent pictures include photographs Patterson used for the film The Shakers or his two books about Shakers. Included are photographs and slides of Shakers and Shaker artists; Shaker manuscripts and art; pictures and drawings of Shaker dance and motioning; musical instruments and notation; Shaker sites, villages, and buildings; and photographs used in Patterson's books The Shaker Spiritual and Gift Drawing and Gift Song .

See Folder 239 for more information on pictures and Folder 240 for figure captions for The Shaker Spiritual.

Image Folder PF-20026/7

Sabbathday Lake: Portraits and group shots

Image Folder PF-20026/8

Sabbathday Lake: Interiors and exteriors

Image Folder PF-20026/9

For Rounder Album: Early Shaker Spirituals, 1976

Image Folder PF-20026/10

Portraits: Austin-Liddill

Image Folder PF-20026/11

Portraits: Perkins-Whitely

Image Folder PF-20026/12

Portraits: Miscellaneous sizes

Image Folder PF-20026/13

Barker motioning "With a New Tongue"

Image Folder PF-20026/14

Musical Instruments: Pitchpipe and Tone-ometer

Image Folder PF-20026/15

Musical notation

Image Folder PF-20026/16

Shaker sites

Image Folder PF-20026/17

Photos of magazine and book illustrations

Image Folder PF-20026/18

Diagram for "A Changeable March" and map used in The Shaker Spiritual

Image Folder PF-20026/19

Marching and motioning from Emily Williams's article, 1905

Image Folder PF-20026/20

Sabbathday Lake: Barker and groups, 1972, 1999-2000

Image Folder PF-20026/21

Shaker Art: Manuscript pages, notation, drawings

Image Folder PF-20026/22

Photos of art used in Gift Drawing and Gift Song, 1983

Image Folder PF-20026/23

Miscellaneous drawings and paintings: Polly Reed, Heart Notice and Heart Cut-out

Image Folder PF-20026/24

Miscellaneous drawings and paintings: Unidentified Hand, Dove in Rings

Image Folder PF-20026/25

Miscellaneous drawings and paintings: Emily Babcock, Circular Booklet

Image Folder PF-20026/26

The Shaker Spiritual: Line cuts for diagrams

Image Folder PF-20026/27

The Shaker Spiritual: Original dust jack design, "Shakers at Meeting" from The Graphic , 1870

Image Folder PF-20026/28-32

PF-20026/28

PF-20026/29

PF-20026/30

PF-20026/31

PF-20026/32

The Shaker Spiritual: Figures 1-64

Image Folder PF-20026/33

Slides: Manuscripts (Music and non-music); Illustrations of Shaker rituals; Musical implements

Image Folder PF-20026/34

Slides: Members (by community): Connecticut-Massachusetts

Image Folder PF-20026/35

Slides: Members (by community): New Hampshire-New York

Image Folder PF-20026/36

Slides: Members (by community): Ohio-Pennsylvania and Unknown Individuals and Groups

Image Folder PF-20026/37

Slides: Activities: Various communities

Image Folder PF-20026/38

Slides: Sites

Image Folder PF-20026/39

Slides: Art (by artist): Adams-Barber

Image Folder PF-20026/40

Slides: Art (by artist): Bates-Potter

Image Folder PF-20026/41

Slides: Art (by artist): Reed-Unidentified Hand

Image Folder PF-20026/42

Slides: Manuscripts by Emily Babcock; Designs by D. A. Buckingham; Unidentified Hands; and Village Views

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.5 Audio Material, 1963-1999 and undated.

83 items.

Audio material related to the Shakers includes interviews with Shaker members and field recordings of Shaker music and songs. Many examples of Shaker songs were sung by Shaker Sister Mildred Barker, who was featured in the film The Shakers and was a long-time correspondent of Patterson's.

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5523

Audio Heritage 740118, "Simple Gifts and other Shaker Songs," the Berkshire Consort

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5524

South Union 001, "Songs of the Shakers," the South Union Singers, Shakertown at South Union, Ky.

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5525

Donerail 452, "Shaker Medley"/"Three Shaker Hymns," Dan and Louise Brock

45rpm record

Audiodisc FD-20026/927

RCA Custom Records from RCA Victor U4RM-8117. "Early Shaker Spirituals, 1967 version"

Acetate Disc

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7273

"Love is Little: A Sampling of Shaker Spirituals," Roger Hall and others, Sampler Records, 9222, 1992

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7274

"Bow and be Simple," South Union Shaker Quartet

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7275

"Simple Gifts: Instrumental arrangements of Shaker Melodies," William Coulter and Barry Phillips, Gourd Music, GM106, 1990

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7276

"Tree of Life: Instrumental arrangements of Shaker hymns and dance tunes" William Coulter and Barry Phillips, Gourd Music, GM114, 1993

Audiocassette

a companion album to "Simple Gifts"

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4672

"Verdant Groves: A Musical Journey through Four New England Shaker Villages," Community Music School of Santa Cruz, CM101, 1998

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4673

"All at Home," The Singers of Lower Shaker Village, Impact Media, CD5020, 1995

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4674

"O Hear Their Music Ring," The Singers of Lower Shaker Village, Impact Media, CD5001, 1992

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4675

"Music on the Mountain," William Coulter and Barry Phillips, Gourd Music, GM123, 1996

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4676

"Awake My Soul," The South Union Shaker Quartet

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4677

"Joy of Angels: Shaker Spirituals for Christmas and the New Year," Randy Folger and others, Sampler Records, 9528, 1995

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4678

"Gentle Words: Shaker Music," Randy Folger, 1993

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4679

"Music of Angels: Songs of the Shaker West," Pleasant Hill Singers, Verdant Groves Music Foundation, CDVGMF01, 1999

CD

Audiodisc FC-20026/12273

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3861/MO8P-3862. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 19 and 20"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12279

Shaker Village Work Group 1A. "14 Shaker Folk Songs"

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/12325

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3857/MO8P-3858. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 15 and 16"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12326

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3859/MO8P-3860. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 17 and 18"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12327

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3855/MO8P-3856. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 13 and 14"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12328

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3853/MO8P-3854. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 11 and 12"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12329

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3851/MO8P-3852. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 9 and 10"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12373

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3849/MO8P-3850. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 7 and 8"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12374

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3847/MO8P-3848. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 5 and 6"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12375

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3845/MO8P-3846. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 3 and 4"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/12380

The American Culture Series AC2/MO8P-3843/MO8P-3844. "The Shaker Heritage, volumes 1 and 2"

Audiobook on LP

Audiodisc FC-20026/15760

"Early Shaker Spirituals," Sister R. Mildred Barker and other Singers of Shaker Society, Sabbathday Lake, Me.

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15762

Century-Advert PC-08-767. "Harp of Joy: Shaker Folk Spirituals, New England Psalmody," the Chancel Choir of Plymouth Church of Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15763

Art and Man FS12508. "Music of the Shakers"

LP record

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8881

Shaker songs sung by Mrs. Olive Austin (formerly of Hancock Shakers), Clinton, Conn.

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8882

Shaker songs, Mrs. Olive Austin

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8883

Shaker interview, Mrs. Olive Austin on her experiences at Hancock, Mass. Recorded at her home, Clinton, Conn., 12 August 1974, reel 3 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8884

Sister R. Mildred Barker, Shaker

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8885

Shaker songs, Sister R. Mildred Barker, August 1964

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8886

Letter on tape from Sister R. Mildred Barker to Dan Patterson

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8887

Shaker songs recorded by Daniel Patterson, 1963

Open Reel Audio

master tape discarded after preservation due to severe vinegar syndrome

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11858

Shaker interview, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., 18 August 1973

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11859

Florence Phelps interview, Gloucester, Mass., 2 August 1974, reel 1 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11860

Florence Phelps interview, Gloucester, Mass., 2 August 1974, reel 2 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11861

Florence Phelps interview, Gloucester, Mass., 2 August 1974, reel 3 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11862

Florence Phelps interview, Gloucester, Mass., 2 August 1974, reel 4 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11863

Eldress Bertha Lindsay, Canterbury, N.H., 16 August 1974, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11864

Eldress Bertha Lindsay, Canterbury, N.H., 17 August 1974, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11865

Shaker tape B

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11866

Shaker songs, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., 1971, tape B

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11867

Shaker songs, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., tape E

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11868

Shaker songs, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., August 1969, tape F

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11869

Shaker songs, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., tape G

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11870

Early Shaker Spirituals, prep tapes, reel 1 of 5

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11871

Early Shaker Spirituals, prep tapes, reel 2 of 5

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11872

Early Shaker Spirituals, prep tapes, reel 3 of 5

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11873

Early Shaker Spirituals, prep tapes, reel 4 of 5

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11874

Early Shaker Spirituals, prep tapes, reel 5 of 5

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11875

Shaker songs, Christmas tape dub with letter, Sabbathday Lake, Me.

Open Reel Audio

dubbed from a tape sent to Dan Patterson by Sister R. Mildred Barker

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11876

Shaker songs, dubbings from originals, tape A

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11877

Shaker songs, dubbings from originals, tape C

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11878

Shaker songs, dubbings from masters, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., tape D

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11879

Shaker Spirituals, 1967 version

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11880

Shaker songs, dubbings, Sister R. Mildred Barker, 1976

Open Reel Audio

dubbing listening copy of 19 June 1976 studio recording

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11881

Shaker rejects (songs not used in 1967 "Early Shaker Spirituals")

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11882

Early Shaker Spirituals, 1970 version with "electronic enhancement," side 1, The Shaker Society, Sabbathday Lake, Me., reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11883

Early Shaker Spirituals, 1970 version with "electronic enhancement," side 2, The Shaker Society, Sabbathday Lake, Me., reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11884

Shaker Spirituals, protection copy of master, side A, bands 1,2,3 (through #5), reel 1 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11885

Shaker Spirituals, protection copy of master, side A, band 3 (beginning #6), reel 2 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11886

Shaker Spirituals, protection copy of master, side B, bands 1,2 (through #6), reel 3 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11887

Shaker Spirituals, protection copy of master, side B, bands 2 (beginning #7), 3, reel 4 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11888

Studio recordings, marred by reverb, Sister Mildred Barker, The United Society of Shakers, Sabbathday Lake, Poland Springs, Me., 29 May 1976

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11889

Studio cuts, Sister Mildred Barker, The United Society of Shakers, Poland Spring, Me., 19 June 1976

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11890

Sister Mildred Barker, a letter to Dan Patterson

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11891

Shaker songs, side 1: Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sister Ethel Peacock, and others, Sabbathday Lake, Me.; side 2: Sister Marguerite Frost, Canterbury, N.H., July 1963

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11892

Shaker songs, dubbing selections from Millenial Praises sung by Brother Ricardo Belden, 22 May 1973

Open Reel Audio

dubbed from wire recording recorded 21 October 1950 by Otto Janz

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11893

Shaker interview, Mrs. Olive Austin on her experiences at Hancock, Mass., recorded at her home in Clinton, Conn., 12 August 1974, reel 1 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11894

Shaker interview, Mrs. Olive Austin on her experiences at Hancock, Mass., recorded at her home in Clinton, Conn., 12 August 1974, reel 2 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11895

Shaker songs, Sister R. Mildred Barker, Sabbathday Lake, Me., 18 August 1973

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11896

Shaker songs, tape 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11897

Shaker songs, tape A, 11 October 1966, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11898

Shaker songs, tape A conclusion, 11 October 1966, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11899

Shaker songs, tape B

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11900

Shaker songs, tape C, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11901

Shaker songs, tape C conclusion, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11902

Shaker songs, tape D

Open Reel Audio

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3A. Shaker Material, 1998-2001 (Addition of September 2005)

30 items

Acquisitions Information: Accession 100191

The addition consists of correspondence and other materials relating to research on Shakers.

Box 65

Shaker material, 1998-2001

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Sounds of the South, 1989-1993 and undated.

About 200 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Sounds of the South was a conference held in April 1989 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to mark the opening of the Southern Folklife Collection, which Daniel Patterson had helped to establish. The conference was known as "A Conference on the Collecting and Collections of Southern Traditional Music" and featured several speakers. These speeches were recorded, and the transcriptions were used to develop Sounds of the South, a book of essays published in 1991.

This series consists of correspondence, writings, and printed material related to the conference and book Sounds of the South. Material includes newsletters featuring updates on the conference, grant applications, budget considerations, promotional material, and lists of participants. Also included are transcriptions of tapes made from the conference, the development of the speeches into essays, and pictures used for the book.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 241-243

Folder 241

Folder 242

Folder 243

Plans, transcripts, etc.

Folder 244

Ancelet, Barry Jean

Folder 245

Carter, Tom

Folder 246

Casey, Michael T.

Folder 247

Cohen, Norm

Folder 248

Funk, Ray and Archie Green

Folder 249

Hawes, Bess Lomax and Alan Lomax

Folder 250

Malone, Bill C.

Folder 251

Oliver, Paul

Folder 252

Orr, Jay and Allen Tullos

Folder 253

Whisnant, David E.

Folder 254-255

Folder 254

Folder 255

Sounds of the South conference book

Image Folder PF-20026/43-45

PF-20026/43

PF-20026/44

PF-20026/45

Pictures from Sounds of the South book

Black-and-white photographic prints

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Southern Folklife Collection Development, 1964-1999 and undated.

About 200 items.

The material in this series traces the history of the Southern Folklife Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from its time as the University of North Carolina Folk Archives in the 1960s through the acquisition of the John Edwards Memorial Collection in 1983 and its development into the Southern Folklife Collection in 1989. Patterson was very involved in all phases of this development and used his many contacts to expand the collection and increase awareness of it. Material includes correspondence; grant applications; and financial, space, and equipment considerations. Correspondents include folklorist and writer Archie Green and writer and donor D. K. Wilgus and his wife, Eleanor Wilgus. There is also correspondence, 1977-1980 and 1993, requesting donations of field recordings and other items to add to the collection from various folklorists, former folklore students, and historians. Included is correspondence with Ralph Steele Boggs, founder of the Curriculum in Folklore at the University of North Carolina in 1939.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 256

Development

Folder 257

Development: John Edwards Memorial Foundation

Folder 258

Development: Audio Equipment Needs and Estimates

Folder 259-263

Folder 259

Folder 260

Folder 261

Folder 262

Folder 263

Development, 1971-1999

Folder 264-265

Folder 264

Folder 265

Green, Archie: John Edwards Memorial Foundation and Occupational Folklife Fund, 1988-1996

Folder 266

Discographies and biographies

Folder 267

Wilgus, D. K. and Eleanor Wilgus

Folder 268-271

Folder 268

Folder 269

Folder 270

Folder 271

Records of beginnings (mostly correspondence)

Folder 272

Collections sought, 1977-1980, 1993

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Student Papers and Classroom Tapes, 1965-1998 and undated.

76 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Student papers from Patterson's Curriculum in Folklore classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Papers, 1984-1993, cover several folklore topics and include a paper by Patterson himself on shape-note singing. Classroom tapes were used by Patterson to expose his students to sound recordings that enhanced the topics of his lectures. Include are hundreds of songs, tunes, and folk tales, including religious music, instrumental music, occupational folk songs, and Cajun and Lumbee folk music. The tapes are undated.

Folder 273

Austin, L.: "Bethany Freewill Baptist Church," 1987

Folder 274

Campbell, C.: "Stage Ready Rockers," 1984

Folder 275

Case, S. C.: "Back Then"

Folder 276

Denton, B.: "Henry Berry Lowrie: A Folk Hero and Legend," 1985

Folder 277

Dietrich, D.: "The Badgett Sisters: Keeping the Tradition Alive," 1988

Folder 278

Dunbar, L.: "Symbolizing Trees, Time and Place Markers," 1991

Folder 279

Goodyear, T.: "The Lumbee Preacher and His Song," 1984

Folder 280

Henigan, J.: "Social Structure and the Irish and American Jack Tales," 1985

Folder 281

Herman, J.: "The California Sacred Harp Singing Convention," 1993

Folder 282

Lloyd, T.: "Making Heritage: Bob O'Deere and Town Fork Produce," 1993

Folder 283

Patterson, Daniel W.: "The Role of Shape-Note Singing in the Antebellum South"

Folder 284

Peterson, C.: "The New Sound in Old-Time Music," 1988

Folder 285

Richardson, J.: "A Look at the Tales, Beliefs, and Home-Made Remedies Found in the Two Rural Communities in Whiteville, N.C.," 1987

Folder 286

Scott, M.: "Southern Folk Beliefs and the Law"

Folder 287

Shaw, R.: "A Talking Blues Sung by T. B. Bowman"

Folder 288

Stepp, C.: "Corn Shucking: A Way to Work and Play," 1987

Folder 289

Towey, I.: "The Emergence of Catholic Folk Music in the U.S."

Folder 290

Valsame, J.: "Primitive Baptist Churches in Johnston and Harnett Counties," 1988

Folder 291

Walden, S.: "The American Minstrel," 1988

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/2187

Recording of George Gilmer telling "Jack and His Ol' Heifer Hide," submitted by Larry Childress for Folklore 187, April 1987

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/2188

Conversation with Lillian Shanas; Sunday school and Sunday morning service, Bible Holiness Church, Ashboro, N.C., 29 March 1987, submitted by Karen A. Flora for English 187, tape 1 of 2

Microcassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/2189

Conversation with Lillian Shanas; Sunday school and Sunday morning service, Bible Holiness Church, Ashboro, N.C., 29 March 1987, submitted by Karen A. Flora for English 187, tape 2 of 2

Microcassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7279

Interviews conducted by Davina Underwood with family members about foodways, herbal medicines, etc., in her African American family from eastern North Carolina, 1992, tape 1 of 2

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7280

Interviews conducted by Davina Underwood with family members about foodways, herbal medicines, etc., in her African American family from eastern North Carolina, 1992, tape 2 of 2

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7293

James Dulah Sr. interview, James Dulah III interview by Jeremy Braggish, Lenoir, N.C., Fall 1994, tape 1 of 2

Microcassette

fiddle music recorded over parts of James Dulah Sr. interview

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7294

James Dulah III interview by Jeremy Braggish as they find the grave of Tom Dula, Fall 1994, tape 2 of 2

Microcassette

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6249

Bonfort F. Cummings of Pembroke, N.C. interview about Harry Berry Lowrie legend, Lumberton, N.C., 27 October 1985

Open Reel Audio

Recorded by Betsy Denton; term paper associated, Folk 187

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6251

Dubbings of tapes recorded by students for English 147, Fall 1966. Includes singing by Peggy Smith of Winston-Salem, N.C., dubs of 78rpm recording of "Rye Cove Tornado" by Carter Family, blues "imitation" tape, songs performed by Pierce Weaver, Asheville, N.C.

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6254

Dub of original cassette "Corn Shucking in Henderson County, N.C." interview with Clarence and Elsie Shipman, recorded by grandson Chris Stepp and submitted to accompany term paper for English 187, April 1987, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6255

Dub of original cassette "Corn Shucking in Henderson County, N.C." interview with Clarence and Elsie Shipman, recorded by grandson Chris Stepp and submitted to accompany term paper for English 187, April 1987, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6289

Interview with two comic etymologies for mountain phrases "I got the deadwood on you" and "it depends on which way the drop falls." Tape submitted for English 147, Spring 1969

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6290

Interview and ballad singing, Mrs. Teen Oliver, South Carolina. Submitted with term paper for English 147, Fall 1965

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11903

Southern Folklore cassette master, Spirituals, side 1, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11904

Southern Folklore cassette master, White hollers, Black work songs, White railroad songs, side 2, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11905

Class tape: Southern Folklore 187, Black religious, distinct sermon themes

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11906

Class tape: Southern Folklore 187, Black religious

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11907

Southern Folklore, Black religious

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11908

Cassette master, Black instrumentals

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11909

Occupational songs

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11910

Cassette master, Cajun songs

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11911

English 147: Child ballads

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11912

Child ballads, etc.

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11913

Broadside ballads: American

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11914

Broadside ballads: American

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11915

Southern folklore masters for cassette, children's songs, white, black

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11916

Black Folktales, John and Old Marster, Flyright EP-01

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11917

White Spirituals: Shape Note

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11918

Gaelic/Black

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11919

Religious Songs: British, American, Shaker

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11920

Class tape: 187, religious songs, black and white: survey

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11921

Corrido de Gregorio Cortez

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11922

English 147 class tape #1: collecting, Sir Orfeo: Mary Hamilton

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11923

Southern Folklore master, ballads: Early

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11924

Class tape: 187, calendar, Mardi Gras, New Year's shoot

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11925

Virgil Craven, Hammered Dulcimer

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11926

Hollers

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11927

Class tape: Southern Folklore, John Henry

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11928

American ballads and tall tales

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11929

Teaching tape: textile songs

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11930

Class tape: 182, tales, tokens

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11931

Class tape: examples of collecting

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11932

Class tape: two Sisters, spirituals, ballads

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11933

English 187: fiddle to blues

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11934

English 187: cross-cultural influences

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11935

Southern Folklore cassette master: white instrumental

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11936

Southern Folklore cassette master: white tales: Joines, Greer, etc.

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11937

English 187 class tape: tall tales

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11938

English 147 teaching tape: American ballads, blues

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11939

Lumber songs

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11940

English 187 class tape: hollers

Open Reel Audio

Videotape VT-20026/58

"This is a Serious Matter: Stepping as an African American Performance Tradition," Amy Davis, Bill Mansfield, Alicia Rouverol, Jim White, and Lisa Yarger

VHS

a video made by UNC graduate students in Folklore (Amy Davis, Bill Mansfield, Alicia Rouverol, Jim White, and Lisa Yarger) to document the "stepping" performance tradition of Alpha Kappa Alpha, a UNC African American sorority

Videotape VT-20026/59

"Explosion of Joy," Gary Phillips and Ariel Rogers

VHS

a video of worship services and interviews with the congregation of Alston Chapel United Holy Church, Pittsboro, N.C.; made as a class project by Gary Phillips and Ariel Rogers

Videotape VT-20026/60

"There is Power in the Name of Jesus," Jim White and Dave Nealon

VHS

a video of a candlelight service in an African American Baptist church in a county in northeast North Carolina; made by UNC folklore graduate students Jim White and Dave Nealon

Videotape VT-20026/61

"Hewn with an Ax," Jonathan Hamilton

VHS

a video made by UNC graduate student Jonathan Hamilton on the architecture of old Rock Springs Camp Meeting Ground in Lincoln County, N.C., with some interview material; and Blow the Tannery Whistle, a commercially released film by Tom Davenport

Videotape VT-20026/64

"A Monday Night at Greene Acres," Tim Duffy, Fall 1998

VHS

a video that documents weekly local "picking" in Black Mountain, N.C.; produced by folklore graduate student Tim Duffy

Videotape VT-20026/65

"Cook's Chapel," Jim White, 17 December 1990

Hi8

a video supplement to the FOLK 147 term paper that focuses on the candlelight communion service; made by Jim White

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Correspondence, 1848-1894, 1962-1998 and undated (bulk 1964-1998).

About 900 items.

Patterson arranged his correspondence into several categories: with folk music researchers; with writers and people not related to folklore; to, from, and about folklorists; with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong; correspondence and material related to religious tune book compilers; and by subject, including miscellaneous categories.

Correspondence with folk music researchers includes notes and brief biographies provided by Patterson, and essays and papers associated with correspondents. Folk music researchers include several graduate students; professor Cecelia Conway; Sacred Harp leader Raymond Hamrick; poet Kent S. Hedman about coming back to the United States after serving in the Navy during the Vietnam War; musician B. L. Lunsford; Hugh McGraw of Sacred Harp Publishing; folklorist Bobby McMillon; and archaeologist Stanley South.

Correspondence with writers and others not related to folklore includes some background information from Patterson. Correspondents include novelist Russell Banks and composer Thomas N. Rice.

Correspondence with and about folklorists includes letters from Ralph Steele Boggs, founder of the University of North Carolina Curriculum in Folklore; researcher of Native American music Joe Liles; and blues collector and record producer Peter B. Lowry.

Correspondence with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong includes letters from composers and co-editors of The Christian Harmony , John Deason and Bennie Rigdon; professor John Garst; and Primitive Baptists.

Correspondence and research materials related to religious tunebook compilers were used by Patterson on various projects. The material includes copies of manuscripts and articles, 1848-1894, and correspondence with institutions and individuals while he was trying to find more information on the compilers. Tunebook compilers include collector William E. Chute (1832-1900) and William Hauser (1812-1880), who wrote newspaper articles about music and wrote a shape-note tune book. This material was used by Patterson in his article "William Hauser's Hesperian Harp and Olive Leaf: Shape-Note Tunebooks as Emblems of Change and Progress," in the Journal of American Folklore, 1988. John G. McCurry wrote a shape-note songbook called The Social Harp in 1855. Patterson and John Garst published a facsimile of it in 1973. In 1978, a recording of some of the songs from The Social Harp was made by Rounder Records, featuring notes by Patterson.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 292

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Adams, Sheila; Bruce Bastin

Folder 293

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Bhattarai, Harihar; Charles Bond

Folder 294

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Brasher, Larry; Alan C. Buechner

Folder 295

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Conway, Cecelia; David Deacon

Folder 296

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Earle, Eugene; Harry Eskew

Folder 297

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Gore, Daniel (Bob)

Folder 298

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Hamrick, Raymond

Folder 299

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Hartman, Peter D.; Kent S. Hedman

Folder 300

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Henigan, Julie; Laurel Horton; Nancy Kalow

Folder 301

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Lunsford, B. L.

Folder 302-303

Folder 302

Folder 303

Correspondence with folk music researchers: McGraw, Hugh

Folder 304

Correspondence with folk music researchers: McMillon, Bobby

Folder 305

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Maynor, Eugene

Folder 306

Correspondence with folk music researchers and other writers: Marion, Carlie; Mary Elizabeth Mebane (author from Durham County, N.C.); Richard B. Moss

Folder 307

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Nelson, Robert; Thomas S. Rankin; Carl Rutherford

Folder 308

Correspondence with folk music researchers: South, Stanley

Folder 309

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Stanley, David H.

Folder 310

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Steel, Warren

Folder 311

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Titon, Jeff T.

Folder 312

Correspondence with folk music researchers: Wilcox, Glenn

Folder 313

Correspondence with writers and people not related to folklore: Banks, Russell

Folder 314

Correspondence with writers and people not related to folklore: Barks, Coleman; William Matthews; Charles Wright

Folder 315-317

Folder 315

Folder 316

Folder 317

Correspondence with writers and people not related to folklore: Rice, Thomas N., 1958-1990s

Folder 318

Correspondence to, from, and about folklorists: Boggs, Ralph Steele

Folder 319

Correspondence to, from, and about folklorists: Buchanan, Annabel Morris

Folder 320

Correspondence to, from, and about folklorists: Liles, Joe; Alan Lomax

Folder 321

Correspondence to, from, and about folklorists: Lowry, Peter B.; Roger Manley

Folder 322

Correspondence to, from, and about folklorists: Owen, Blanton

Folder 323

Correspondence to, from, and about folklorists: Sobol, Joseph

Folder 324

Correspondence with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong: Boyd, Joe Dan; Buell Cobb

Folder 325

Correspondence with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong: Deason, John; and Bennie Rigdon

Folder 326

Correspondence with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong: Garst, John

Folder 327

Correspondence with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong: Primitive Baptists (especially Elder Walter Evans)

Folder 328

Correspondence with people involved in the performance or study of religious folksong: Tallmadge, William

Folder 329

Correspondence, research material, and projects related to religious tunebook compilers: Chute, William E.

Image Folder PF-20026/46

Photographs related to religious tunebook compilers: Chute, William E.

Black-and-white photographic prints

Folder 330-331

Folder 330

Folder 331

Correspondence, research material, and projects related to religious tunebook compilers: Hauser, William

Folder 332

Correspondence, research material, and projects related to religious tunebook compilers: McCurry, John G.: Social Harp Facsimile and Recording

Image Folder PF-20026/47

Photographs related to religious tunebook compilers: McCurry, John G.: Social Harp Facsimile and Recording

Contact sheet

Folder 333-334

Folder 333

Folder 334

Correspondence by subject: Folklore, miscellaneous

Folder 335

Correspondence by subject: Folklife, miscellaneous

Folder 336

Correspondence by subject: Shape-notes

Folder 337

Correspondence by subject: Recordings, miscellaneous; with UNC-Chapel Hill historical implications; North Carolina writers

Folder 338

Correspondence by subject: Religious folksongs, miscellaneous

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Subject Files, 1775-1998 and undated (bulk 1963-1998).

About 800 items.

Subject files used in Patterson's research include articles, papers, notes, correspondence, and printed material related to religious song, folklore and non-religious song, folklore projects, and other folklife material. Files related to religious song include information on specific religious groups and movements such as the Primitive Baptists, music styles such as Sacred Harp singing, religious music compilers such as William Hauser, and religious tunebooks. Material related to religious tunebooks and music compilers includes copies of manuscripts and printed material, 1775-1925. Files related to folklore and non-religious folk music include information on different types of folk music such as instrumental music, the music of the Lumbee Indians, and marching chants. They also include information about music recordings. Files about Patterson's involvement in projects related to folklife and folk music include information on Arts in Earnest; Diversities of Gifts; and the World and Identity Project. Information about these projects include grant applications, correspondence, and reviews. The Index of Selected Folk Recordings (1984) was compiled by Beverly B. Boggs (later Beverly Patterson), Daniel Patterson, and others. Included are eleven card file boxes with information on each song from 500 albums that were included in the index. Information includes song title, first line, performer, geographic source, and song subject. Also included are a copy of the microfiche and the master negatives for the microfiche.

Folder 339

Religious song: Camp meetings

Image Folder PF-20026/48

Photographs: Camp meetings (historic)

Black-and-white photographic prints

Image Folder PF-20026/49

Photographs: Camp meetings, 1986; Primitive Baptist Churches, 1980

Contact sheet

Image Folder PF-20026/50

Photographs: Camp meetings, 1986

Slides

Folder 340

Religious song: Holiness

Folder 341-342

Folder 341

Folder 342

Religious song: Primitive Baptists

Folder 343

Religious song: Psalmody

Folder 344

Religious Song: Recordings

Folder 345

Religious Song: Studies of songs, compilers, and singings

Folder 346

Religious song: Sons of God material: Newsletters

Folder 347

Religious song: Sons of God material: Bill Britton biography and music

Folder 348

Religious song: Sons of God material: Booklets

Folder 349

Religious song: Caldwell, William H.; Joseph Funk

Folder 350

Religious song: Glas, John; William Hauser

Folder 351-352

Folder 351

Folder 352

Religious song: Religious tunebooks: Bibliography and related listings

Folder 353

Religious song: Tunebooks, Canadian

Folder 354

Religious song: Sacred Harp

Folder 355

Religious song: Sacred Harp: Articles, essays

Folder 356

Religious song: The Social Harp

Image Folder PF-20026/51

Photographs: Religious song: The Social Harp

Contact sheet

Folder 357-358

Folder 357

Folder 358

Religious song: Shape-Note newsletters, flyers, minutes

Folder 359

Religious song: Shape-Note: 7-shape notation, North Carolina, Black

Folder 360

Religious song: Shape-Note singing in Foxfire Magazine , 1984

Folder 361

Religious song: Steffy, J. W.; George C. Steffins

Folder 362

Religious song: Tunebooks: Manuscripts and rare printed material

Folder 363

Religious song: Tunebooks: Photographic materials

Image Folder PF-20026/52

Religious song: Tunebooks: Photographic materials

Black-and-white photographic prints

Folder 364

Religious song: Walker, William

Folder 365

Religious song: Data sheet: Yoder addition, 1987 (Hymns)

Folder 366

Religious song: Data sheet: Abrahams Collection (Hymns)

Folder 367

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Folklore: Miscellaneous

Folder 368

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Andy Cahan and Alice Gerrard

Folder 369

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Instrumental music

Folder 370

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Lumbees

Folder 371

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Marching chants

Folder 372

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Manuscripts and printings of songs

Folder 373

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Folklore papers

Folder 374

Folklore and non-religious folk music: About folklore recordings

Folder 375

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Curriculum in Folklore newsletter

Folder 376

Folklore and non-religious folk music: Festivals and concerts

Folder 377

Folklife projects: American 19th-century religious tunebook project

Folder 378-380

Folder 378

Folder 379

Folder 380

Folklife projects: Recording: Series: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Folder 381-382

Folder 381

Folder 382

Folklife projects: Grants: North Carolina folklore broadcasts

Folder 383

Folklife projects: Arts in Earnest: Reviews

Folder 384

Folklife projects: Diversities of Gifts: correspondence and reviews

Image Folder PF-20026/53

Folklife projects: Diversities of Gifts: Photographs

Black-and-white photographic prints

Folder 385

Folklife projects: Diversities of Gifts: Photographs and photograph information

Folder 386

Folklife projects: Grants: World and Identity Project

Folder 387-389

Folder 387

Folder 388

Folder 389

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Correspondence and notes

Folder 390

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : User's Guide to Microfiche Index

Folder 391

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Microfiche

Box 47

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 100-159

Box 48

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 160-219

Box 49

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 220-382

Box 50

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 383-707

Box 51

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 708-830

Box 52

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 831-1089

Box 53

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 1090-1275

Box 54

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 1276-1561

Box 55

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 1562-1762

Box 56

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 1763-1926

Box 57

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Card File 1927-

Box 58

Folklife projects: Index of Selected Folk Recordings : Microfiche Master Negatives

Folder 392

Folklife projects: Sutton, Maude Minish

Image Folder PF-20026/53-54

PF-20026/53

PF-20026/54

Folklife projects: Folklife projects: Sutton, Maude Minish, and Mercedes Steely: Photographs

Black-and-white photographic prints

Folder 393

Folklife projects: Sounds of the South tape logs

Folder 394

Other folklife subject files: Blue Ridge Music Center: A Place Near the Heart

Folder 395

Other folklife subject files: Brazilian broadside balladry

Folder 396-398

Folder 396

Folder 397

Folder 398

Other folklife subject files: Heaven-Lifestyle

Folder 399

Other folklife subject files: Memoirs of J. Sidna Allen , 1929 (Imprint)

Folder 400

Other folklife subject files: Miscellaneous dust jackets from folklore books and videos

Folder 401

Other folklife subject files: Miscellaneous materials related to Sounds of the South, Southern Folklife Collection, and folk music

Folder 402

Other folklife subject files: Music, lyrics, and descriptions of non-religious folk songs

Folder 403

Other folklife subject files: String bands

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 9. Pictures, 1837-1989 and undated.

100 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Pictures include photographs and slides of folk musicians, traditions such as Easter egg decoration and quilting, and other images such as photographs of folklorist Ralph Steele Boggs and pictures from a "manless wedding" comic spoof. Some pictures were part of Patterson's students' class projects. There are several photographs that are copies of older undated photographs or photographic copies of manuscripts. One dated religious tune book manuscript is from 1837; the rest are undated but possibly also from the 1800s. Photographs titled "Negro Baptizings" and "Old Buck at Rodanthe" are copies of older photographs probably dating from the 1800s as well. Researchers are advised to see Folder 404 for background information on the pictures provided by Patterson.

Folder 404

Background information

Image Box 5

Negatives

Image Folder PF-20026/55

Alamance County Band

Image Folder PF-20026/56

Arts in Earnest dust cover

Image Folder PF-20026/57

Being a Joines, Born for Hard Luck , A Singing Stream

Image Folder PF-20026/58

Boggs, Ralph Steele

Image Folder PF-20026/59

Ediphone that Guy B. Johnson used to record singing on Saint Helena Island, S.C., in 1928

Image Folder PF-20026/60

Hensley, Fiddling Bill from David Parker Bennett thesis

Image Folder PF-20026/61

Hermann, Anita: Collection, Easter Egg decoration

Image Folder PF-20026/62

Higgs, George of Speed, N.C.

Image Folder PF-20026/63

Jackson, Arthur (Peg Leg Sam) and Pink Anderson, circa 1973

Image Folder PF-20026/64

Manless Wedding, Raleigh, N.C., 1976

Image Folder PF-20026/65

McDonald, Mary Ann: Collection, quilters

Image Folder PF-20026/66

Mennonites, Luray, Va.

Image Folder PF-20026/67

Negro baptizings and Old Buck at Rodanthe

Image Folder PF-20026/68

New Gospel Light Music Store sign

Image Folder PF-20026/69

North Carolina Black Folk Heritage Tour: Algia Mae Hinton and the Badgett Sisters

Image Folder PF-20026/70

Old Time Music by Joe and Odell Thompson, cover

Image Folder PF-20026/71

Relating to American religious tunebooks

Image Folder PF-20026/72

Ted Rosengarten's destroyed field tapes after Hurricane Hugo, 1989

Image Folder PF-20026/73

Uncle Wade Ward, 1969; Jimmy Edmunds, 1969; Howard K. O' Neal

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 10. Audiovisual Materials and Related Documentation, 1937-2008 and undated.

About 213 items.

Arrangement: By format.

Acquisitions Information: FS-20026/17521-17557 received as Additions of July 2011 (Acc. 101467) and December 2013 (Acc. 101966). FT-20026/12828 received as Addition of November 2016 (Acc. 102674). FT-20026/18054-18070 received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966). VT-20026/66-84 received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467), with the exception of VT-20026/75, which was received as Addition of April 2009 (Acc. 101121). DF-20026/6-7 received as Addition of December 2018 (Acc. 103424).

Processing information: Please note that additional audio materials are found in Series 1. Davenport Films and related material, Series 2. Legend of Frankie Silver, Subseries 3.5. Audio Material [Shaker material], and Series 6. Student Papers and Classroom Tapes. Audio recordings related to the Patterson's World and Identity in Ritual Action grant project are found in the World and Identity in Ritual Action Collection #20063. Additional moving image materials are found in Series 1. Davenport Films and related material, Series 2. Legend of Frankie Silver, and Series 6. Student Papers and Classroom Tapes.

Audio and video recordings created and compiled by Daniel W. Patterson and Beverly Bush Patterson, including interviews and field recordings related to Beverly Bush Patterson's research on music and religion, particularly shape note singing and the musical traditions of Primitive Baptist Churches.

Audiodiscs, consisting of LPs and 45s, were collected by Patterson and donated to the Southern Folklife Collection. Other materials were given to Patterson over the years and represent the folklore research of others in the field.

Audiocassettes and open reel audio recordings also include interviews with folklorists and performers of traditional music, as well as field recordings of church services, gospel music and church choirs, and recordings of folk, old-time, bluegrass, country western, and traditional Irish music. Many of the music and religion recordings relate to Beverly Bush Patterson's SUNY-Binghamton masters thesis and continued research on the musical practices of Primitive Baptist Churches. Notable interview subjects and performers found on the audiocassettes and open reel audio recordings include Archie Green, Robert H. Bushyhead, Jack Coen, Lew Barton, Tommy Jarrell, and Alice Gerrard, among others.

Moving image materials consist mostly of documentaries, live performances, and news items related to folklore dubbed from television. The series also includes video footage of classroom lectures and Primitive Baptist Church services, as well as a video and CD-ROM, Sounds of Faith, related to the religious song of the Lumbee Indians.

Related materials includes paper documentation that corresponds to the audio and video recordings found in the series. Materials consist of Patterson's packing lists with descriptions of items, as well as papers found with audiovisual materials, including interview transcripts, letters, field notes, music catalogs, "logger poetry", and ephemera. Also includes detailed tape logs and "supplementary materials" related to Beverly Bush Patterson's religion and music recordings. These supplementary materials include research materials, such as notes, clippings, and ephemera, including Primitive Baptist church minutes, newsletters, and flyers.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 10.1 Audiodiscs, 1950 and undated.

17 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/2653

From Sidney Brodie, back-up musician for the Golden Echoes

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5525

Sav-A-Soul 0017, "Born Again"/"Going to See the King," The Mighty Wonders

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5527

Dag Gone 28649, "Roof Boltin' Daddy"/"They'll Never Land a Man on the Sun," Gene Carpenter and Ernst Joines

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5528

Western North Carolina 10351, "He Means All the World to Me," "Christ Had to Go to Calvary"/"Rainbow of Love", "In the Morning," the Joyfullairs

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5529

Audio Arts AAEP008, "Mr. Ball's Warehouse," "Spank the Baby"/"Drunken Woman," "New Bern," Big Boy Henry

45rpm record

45-rpm Disc 45rpm-20026/5530

Waterwood 7704, "Deep and Wide"/"I Pray to Thee Oh Lord," Andrew Waters, Margaret Davis and the Artist Singers

45rpm record

Audiodisc FD-20026/714

Bare Foot Brothers, Tar Heel, Raleigh, N.C., 1950

12" Transcription Disc

metal center

Audiodisc FC-20026/11608

Columbia LP1001. "Thank You For the Valley"

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/11609

Temple LST394. "Holy Hills"

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/11610

SH1317."Way of the Cross"

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/12732

John and old marster negro folk tales, Son House, Jim Daniels, Emmanuel Dunn

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15764

"Primitive Baptist Hymns," Elder Wayne Mitchell, Elder Johnny Ray Gardner

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15765

Holly HGLP-9821. "Happy in His Love," the Christianaires

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15766

Savoy SAV 7098. "Hold on Help is on the Way," the Georgia Mass Choir

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15767

Light 7-115-72026-6. "Ordinary Just Won't Do," Commissioned

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15768

Ken-Yatta 2672. "Stop Before You Hit the Rock (Sermon)," Reverend Herbert R. Surgeon, songs by the Surgeon Singers

LP record

Audiodisc FC-20026/15769

Ken-Yatta 10896. "Songs by the St. Paul Baptist Church Choirs"/"Guilty of Love in the First Degree (Sermon)," Reverend W. H. Moore

LP record

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 10.2 Audiocassettes, 1972-2008 and undated.

69 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Acquisitions information: FS-20026/17521-17557 received as Additions of July 2011 (Acc. 101467) and December 2013 (Acc. 101966).

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/512

Social Harp 1, March 1972, tape 1 of 4

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/513

Social Harp 2, March 1972, tape 2 of 4

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/514

Social Harp 3, March 1972, tape 3 of 4

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/515

Social Harp 4, March 1972, tape 4 of 4

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/517

Side 1: Folksongs, ballads, and spirituals of Cape Fear, Side 2: Black spirituals, work songs of Cape Fear

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/524

Reverend W. S. Woody interview and songs, Spruce Pine, N.C., 15 October 1972

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/526

Mrs. S.L. [Reid] Walton songs, Luray, Va., [raised in Wentworth, N.C.], March 1972

Audiocassette

"Dese Bones,"" Springfield Mountain," etc.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/528

Tape recorded letter to Dan Patterson from A. L. "Tommy" Bass, Leesburg, Ala.

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/529

Tarboro interviews: Elester Anderson, Jack Jordan, Joe Black

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/971

Djedje/Black Religious music from Southeast Georgia

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/1162

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Boone: songs and interview

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/2107

"From Jumpstreet: Blues: Country Meets City," NPR HO820105.04/10:C

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/2190

Tommy Edwards interview of Falls, N.C., March 1987

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/2224

"Singing Billy: A Folk Opera" dub

Audiocassette

performance based on the life of William Walker, shape note singing teacher and author of Southern Hymnody; dub of originals held at Vanderbilt University; performance produced in 1950s

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7277

Howard Woodring interview, including song and story performances, dub, tape 1 of 2

Audiocassette

dubbed from a videotape made in 1995 by Stanley South for his booklet "A Window to Times Gone By;" sent to Dan Patterson by South

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7278

Howard Woodring interview, including song and story performances, dub, tape 2 of 2

Audiocassette

dubbed from a videotape made in 1995 by Stanley South for his booklet "A Window to Times Gone By;" sent to Dan Patterson by South

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7281

"I Recommend Jesus," the Sensational Clifton Brothers, Shur Fine Gospel, SFG:5124, 1996

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7282

"We're Gonna Make It," Sister Beverly and Company, [October 1998]

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7283

"Learning to Sing the Scale the EZ Way," alternate title "Shape Notes Made Easy," Ann and Art Deason

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7284

"Casa de la Musica Mexicana" sync takes

Audiocassette

recorded for a promotional film about the music school of the same name, which offers instruction in the forms and styles of Mexican traditional music

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7285

"A Long Step Back," Jim Costa and Jim McGee, 1992

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7286

"Blizzard Train," Ralph Blizzard and the New Southern Ramblers, June Appal Recording, JA0056 C:3260, 1989

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7287

"Music of Industrial Workers" dub, Birmingham, Ala.

Audiocassette

dubbing of a radio program co-produced by Peggy Hamrick and Greg Bass

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7288

"Sacred Songs from the Helene Strathman Collection"

Audiocassette

includes Primitive Baptist Church songs performed by Charlie Spencer, a conversation with Mr. Spencer, and a song performed by Oneida Indians often used at funerals

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7289

Tom Gardin, Carl Garrison, and Edith Gardin performing old songs, Asheville, N.C., 4 August 1990

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7290

"Kantele Folk," Wilho Saari, 1998

Audiocassette

side A: Finnish folk music, side B: folk music from around the world

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7291

"The Mount Callan Garland: Songs from the repertoire of Tom Lenihan of Knockbrack, Miltown Malbay, County Clare," 1994, tape 1 of 2

Audiocassette

boxed set includes text collected and edited by Tom Munnelly with music transcriptions by Marian Deasy and Folk Legends and Fiction, Bealoideas 1992:1993, the Journal of the Folklore of Ireland Society, Comhairle Bhealoideas Elreann, CSE003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7292

"The Mount Callan Garland: Songs from the repertoire of Tom Lenihan of Knockbrack, Miltown Malbay, County Clare," 1994, tape 2 of 2

Audiocassette

boxed set includes text collected and edited by Tom Munnelly with music transcriptions by Marian Deasy and Folk Legends and Fiction, Bealoideas 1992:1993, the Journal of the Folklore of Ireland Society, Comhairle Bhealoideas Elreann, CSE003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7295

Primitive Baptist service from Texas, circa 1989

Audiocassette

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7296

"Italian Traditional Song," 1995, tape 1 of 2

Audiocassette

boxed set includes text edited by Luisa Del Giudice, Side A: lullabies, work songs, outlaw and prison songs, Side B: narrative songs, social protest songs: woman, war, emigration, Instituto Italiano di Cultura

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/7297

"Italian Traditional Song," 1995, tape 2 of 2

Audiocassette

boxed set includes text edited by Luisa Del Giudice, Side A: contrasti, tavern songs, Side B: love songs, ritual songs, Instituto Italiano di Cultura

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/16845

Singing, East Texas Sacred Harp Convention, First Methodist Church, Henderson, Tex., 6 August 1982

Audiocassette

Processing information: transferred from the World and Identity Collection (20063) in March 2018.

recorded by Beverly Patterson

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17521

Mt. Nebo Church of God in Christ worship service, 1, 13 May 1973

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17522

Mt. Nebo Church of God in Christ worship service, 2 and 3, 13 May 1973

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17523

Mt. Nebo Church of God in Christ worship service, composite tape, 1973-1974

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17524

Christian Assembly Church service, tape 1, Durham, N.C. , 13 April 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17525

Christian Assembly Church service, tape 2, Durham, N.C. , 13 April 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17526

Christian Assembly Church service, tape 3, Durham, N.C. , 13 April 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17527

Reverend Paul Baynard, East Durham Church of God, side 1 and 2, 13 April 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17528

Reverend Paul Baynard, East Durham Church of God, side 3, 13 April 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17529

The Last Medicine Show, tape 2, Bailey, N.C. , 5 September 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17530

The Last Medicine Show, tape 1, Bailey, N.C. , 5 September 1980

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17531

Jesus House of Prayer, 22 March 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17532

Jesus House of Prayer Holy Church, tape 3, 26 April 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17533

Jesus House of Prayer Holy Church, Sunday school and morning worship, 26 April 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17534

Jesus House of Prayer Holy Church, side 3 and 4, 26 April 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17535

Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins, Alice Gerrard, music at Tommy Jarrell's house recorded by Beverly Boggs, side 1 and 2, Mount Airy, N.C. , 20 May 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17536

Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins, Alice Gerrard, music at Tommy Jarrell's house recorded by Beverly Boggs, end, Mount Airy, N.C. , 20 May 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17537

Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins, Alice Gerrard, music at Tommy Jarrell's house recorded by Beverly Boggs, side 3 and 4, Mount Airy, N.C. , 20 May 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17538

James Sanders and the Gospel Legends from the East Coast, Second Anniversary Concert, FEW Entertainment Center, tape 4, Raleigh, N.C. , 21 June 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17539

James Sanders and the Gospel Legends from the East Coast, Second Anniversary Concert, FEW Entertainment Center, tape 3, Raleigh, N.C. , 21 June 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17540

James Sanders and the Gospel Legends from the East Coast, Second Anniversary Concert, FEW Entertainment Center, tape 2, Raleigh, N.C. , 21 June 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17541

James Sanders and the Gospel Legends from the East Coast, Second Anniversary Concert, FEW Entertainment Center, tape 1, Raleigh, N.C. , 21 June 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17542

Shirley Caesar Crusade, Durham Civic Center, tape 1, Durham, N.C. , 19 July 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17543

Shirley Caesar Crusade, Durham Civic Center, tape 2, Durham, N.C. , 19 July 1981

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17544

Bruce E. Baker, Bob F. Edmonds interview, 25 November 1997

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17545

Dan Patterson, Archie Green interview, tape 1, 25 April 2008

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Transcript for interview resides in box 68.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17546

Dan Patterson, Bob Lalich interview on the Papovich family and Tamburitza music, tape 1, 2008

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Transcript for interview resides in box 68.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17547

33rd Annual Benson Sing, WPTF, copy of 1953 broadcast

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17548

Nick Benson interview, tape 1

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Transcript for interview resides in box 68.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17549

Nick Benson interview, tape 2

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Transcript for interview resides in box 68.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17550

Nick Benson queries

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17551

Robert H. Bushyhead, Cherokee Alphabet, Cherokee Choruses

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17552

Jack Coen interview and music; music from East Galway

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17553

Jesus House of Prayer

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17554

Mt. Nebo, opening of dev. service

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17555

Songs from Joe Scott, the Woodsman-Songmaker'

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17556

Charlie Spencer, "The Crucifixtion of Christ", "The Dying Christian", and others

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17557

Myrna Summers and the Interdenominational Singers, 'Tell It Like It Is'; The B.C. and M. Choir, 'Life'

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20026/17558

Jesus House of Prayer, videotape soundtrack, Durham, N.C., 7 October 1979

Audiocassette

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

Documentation, including fields notes and sheet music, for this recording reside in box 68.

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5 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4680

"Local Heroes Changing America," 2000

CD

released as accompaniment to book of same title documenting the project Indivisible: Stories of American Community, undertaken by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in partnership with the Center for Creative Photography, the University of Arizona; contains excerpts from community interviews

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4681

"Take this Job and Shove It: Country Music and Work," singing lecture by Bill C. Malone, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, N.C., Spring 2000

CD

singing lecture by Bill C. Malone, presented at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University while Malone held a Lehman Brady Chair; CD made by Center and distributed to Board members of the Center

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4682

"Ain't God All Right," the Souls of Calvary, 1991

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4683

"Franklin Golden and friends," Christmas 1998

CD

Music Compact Disc CD-20026/4684

"Beyond Folk," Joan Sherman Artist Management Roster of Artists

CD

Digital Folder DF-20026/6

Winter Folk Festival, Appalachian State University, 2002

Acquisitions Information: Accession 103424

Digital Folder DF-20026/7

Black Banjo Gathering, Appalachian State University, 2005

Acquisitions Information: Accession 103424

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 10.4 Open Reel Audio, 1937-1991 and undated.

83 items.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Acquisitions Information: FT-20026/12828 received as Addition of November 2016 (Acc. 102674). FT-20026/18054-18070 received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966).

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/114

Isaac G. Greer of Watauga County, N.C., vocals, July 1966, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/115

Isaac G. Greer of Watauga County, N.C., vocals, July 1966, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1265

Christian Harmony Singing, Morning Star Methodist Church, Canton, N.C., 8 September 1974, reel 1 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1266

Christian Harmony Singing, Morning Star Methodist Church, Canton, N.C., 8 September 1974, reel 2 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1267

Christian Harmony Singing, Morning Star Methodist Church, Canton, N.C., 8 September 1974, reel 3 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1268

Christian Harmony Singing, Etowah, N.C., May 1965, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1269

Christian Harmony Singing, Etowah, N.C., May 1965, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1651

Professor J. Mason Brewer, Livingstone College, Salisbury, N.C., reading black folktales and discussion, Spring 1965

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1736

The Social Harp Recording Project: "Hallelujah" cut, Vineville Baptist Church, Macon, Ga., 1972

Open Reel Audio

cut deleted from final edit of master tape for Social Harp album; recorded by Hugh McGraw

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1737

The Social Harp Recording Project: Proof copy of the edit made by Bill Bailey of Mark Studio from the original recordings, Vineville Baptist Church, Macon, Ga, 1972, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1738

The Social Harp Recording Project: Proof copy of the edit made by Bill Bailey of Mark Studio from the original recordings, Vineville Baptist Church, Macon, Ga, 1972, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1739

Recording of a Social Harp Singing on the University of Georgia campus, 13 April 1977, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1740

Recording of a Social Harp Singing on the University of Georgia campus, 13 April 1977, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1741

Recording of a Christian Harmony Singing held in Etowah, N.C., 1 September 1963, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1742

Recording of a Christian Harmony Singing held in Etowah, N.C., 1 September 1963, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1743

Recording of the Alabama State Christian Harmony Singing Convention, 6-7 September 1970, reel 1 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1744

Recording of the Alabama State Christian Harmony Singing Convention, 6-7 September 1970, reel 2 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1745

Recording of the Alabama State Christian Harmony Singing Convention, 6-7 September 1970, reel 3 of 3

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1747

Dubbing of a television program on Christian Harmony Singing narrated by Mrs. Edith Card, made by WSPA, Spartanburg, S.C., 1965

Open Reel Audio

Singers include Lyman Clark, Etowah, N.C., and Daniel "Bob" Gore, former UNC graduate student

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1748

Recording of the Christian Harmony Singing in Etowah, N.C., 5 September 1965, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1749

Recording of the Christian Harmony Singing in Etowah, N.C., 5 September 1965, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1750

Dubbing of a tape made by WCKB, Dunn, N.C., at the 2nd Annual Hollering Convention, Spivey's Corner, N.C., 20 June 1970, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1751

Dubbing of a tape made by WCKB, Dunn, N.C., at the 2nd Annual Hollering Convention, Spivey's Corner, N.C., 20 June 1970, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1820

Interview and bluegrass and country music with Sonny Dixon, banjo, David Sheppard, guitar back up, Ramseur, N.C., 27 January 1975, reel 1 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1821

Interview and bluegrass and country music with Sonny Dixon, banjo, David Sheppard, guitar back up, Ramseur, N.C., 27 January 1975, reel 2 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1822

Interview and bluegrass and country music with Sonny Dixon, banjo, David Sheppard, guitar back up, Ramseur, N.C., 27 January 1975, reel 3 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1823

Interview and bluegrass and country music with Sonny Dixon, banjo, David Sheppard, guitar back up, Ramseur, N.C., 27 January 1975, reel 4 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1824

Instruction tape on how to care for and play the Northumbrian small pipes, Jack Armstrong, Newcastle, England

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1825

Lew Barton, Lumbee, performing country western songs with guitar accompaniment, 1971, reel 1 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1826

Lew Barton, Lumbee, performing country western songs with guitar accompaniment, 1971, reel 2 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1827

Lew Barton, Lumbee, performing country western songs with guitar accompaniment, 1971, reel 3 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1828

Lew Barton, Lumbee, performing country western songs with guitar accompaniment, 1971, reel 4 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1829

Religious folksongs, Christian Harmony, sung by James P. Egerton, Mills Springs, N.C., 1966

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1830

Spirituals sung by Mabry Shaw, Raleigh, N.C., 1971, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1831

Spirituals sung by Mabry Shaw, Raleigh, N.C., 1971, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1832

Sacred Harp Singing at the Georgia State Sacred Harp Convention held at Poplar Springs Church, Bremen, Ga., 21-22 March 1970, reel 1 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1833

Sacred Harp Singing at the Georgia State Sacred Harp Convention held at Poplar Springs Church, Bremen, Ga., 21-22 March 1970, reel 2 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1834

Sacred Harp Singing at the Georgia State Sacred Harp Convention held at Poplar Springs Church, Bremen, Ga., 21-22 March 1970, reel 3 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1835

Sacred Harp Singing at the Georgia State Sacred Harp Convention held at Poplar Springs Church, Bremen, Ga., 21-22 March 1970, reel 4 of 4

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1836

Interview with Richard Moss, Christian Harmony song leader, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24 January 1976, reel 1 of 3

Open Reel Audio

reminiscences about singing schools, etc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1837

Interview with Richard Moss, Christian Harmony song leader, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24 January 1976, reel 2 of 3

Open Reel Audio

reminiscences about singing schools, etc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1838

Interview with Richard Moss, Christian Harmony song leader, Chapel Hill, N.C., 24 January 1976, reel 3 of 3

Open Reel Audio

reminiscences about singing schools, etc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1839

Semi-annual singing from William Walker's seven shape tunebook, the Christian Harmony, Deason and Parris revision, held at the public school building, Etowah, N.C., Labor Day weekend, 1967

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/1840

Responses recorded by John Deason to a written set of questions mailed by Daniel Patterson, 24 May 1975

Open Reel Audio

shape note music, repertory of the Christian Harmony, how to compose a song setting, recollections of some of the song composers

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/2339

The Social Harp, master protection copy, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/2340

The Social Harp, master protection copy, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6248

Songs from Randolph County, N.C., Asheboro, Randolph County, N.C., Fall 1967

Open Reel Audio

recorded by Alvin Daryl King; includes introduction by Dan Patterson which gives information about the singers and the songs; includes a local ballad about fight in a local barbershop

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6250

From TV series "Made in Chicago." Includes "Blues Time" with Johnny Littlejohn with the Jimmy Dawkins Band, J. D. Hatto and the Hawks, Flying Jim Brewer, and Corkle Seagle

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6252

Protection copy of recordings for "Social Harp" album issued on Rounder Records, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

edited by Dan Patterson

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6253

Protection copy of recordings for "Social Harp" album issued on Rounder Records, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

edited by Dan Patterson

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6256

"Bright Morning Stars Are Rising" performed by G. D. Vowell, Harlan, Ky., 10 September 1937

Open Reel Audio

recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax; Vowell and the Singalong with the G. D. Vowell Singers: Lynn Hickerson, Ginny Dildine, Mary Helen Shortridge, etc.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6257

Recordings of songs that may be settings of poems by an 18th-century Gaelic poet living in North Carolina, Reverend James MacKenzie, Barbeque Presbyterian Church, Harnett County, N.C., early 1970s, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

recorded by Reverend James MacKenzie, pastor

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6258

Recordings of songs which that may be settings of poems by an 18th-century Gaelic poet living in North Carolina, Reverend James MacKenzie, Barbeque Presbyterian Church, Harnett County, N.C., early 1970s, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

recorded by Reverend James MacKenzie, pastor

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/6291

Dubbed recording of Colored Sacred Harp Singers using Cooper edition of Sacred Harp

Open Reel Audio

dubbed and sent to Dan Patterson by Joe Dan Boyd; excerpt from his field recordings

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8837

Patterson's grandmother Nellie Atwater Patterson and her sister Lula Atwater Womble singing songs and telling stories about childhood at home of Frank and Sally Patterson, Greensboro, N.C., July 1949

Open Reel Audio

The Cedar Grove mentioned in the tape is not the Cedar Grove community near Hillsborough, N.C., but a Methodist church near Chapel Hill.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8838

Lula Atwater Womble and Nellie Atwater Patterson

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8839

Lula Atwater Womble, Nellie Atwater Patterson, and Mary Morrow Stewart with daughter Josephine Stewart recorded southeast of Greensboro, N.C., 1950

Open Reel Audio

songs and anecdotes of their childhood; the Cedar Grove mentioned in the tape is not the Cedar Grove community near Hillsborough, N.C., but a Methodist church near Chapel Hill

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8840

Dan Patterson's Aunt Bessie Johnson Watkins singing songs learned as a child in Weaverville, N.C., recorded in Greensboro, N.C., 1950

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/8888

Live recording of Tom and Don and the Southern Bluegrassers from Asheville, N.C.

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11941

Stan Hugill, program on sea shanties, dubbed from NPR program, Options

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11942

Charles Seeger interview by Beverly B. Boggs at his home, 2 June 1973, reel 1 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11943

Charles Seeger interview by Beverly B. Boggs at his home, 2 June 1973, reel 2 of 2

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11944

Reverend Robert Wilkins concert at SUNY-Binghamton, 30 November 1973

Open Reel Audio

recorded by Simon Bronner

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11945

Thomas R. Carter tape

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11946

"Anglo-American Instrumental Music from the South and Its Backgrounds," Thomas R. Carter tape

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/11947

Miscellaneous dubbings from 78rpm discs: McVay and Johnson, John McHee, Moody Bible Sacred Harp Singers, Brother Calude Ely, and Reed and Duncan

Open Reel Audio

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/12828

The Sound of the Dove audio

Alesis Digital Audio Tape (ADAT)

Received as Addition of November 2016 (Acc. 102674).

Master tape used to create audiocassette that accompanied Beverley Patterson's book, The Sound of the Dove: Singing in Appalachian Primitive Baptist Churches (1995, University of Illinois Press)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18054

Mt. Nebo Church of God in Christ, tape 1, Binghamton, N.Y., 1 April 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18055

Mt. Nebo Church of God in Christ, tape 2; Sandra Benton interview, Binghamton, N.Y., 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18056

Elder Roberts, songs and interview; service with Artist Singers, 15 April 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18057

Artist Singers, Mt. Nebo, tape 4, 15 April 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18058

Mt. Nebo Church of God, Benton sisters and Rebecca, Sandra, Jeanette and Rebecca, Binghamton, N.Y., 6 June 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18059

Reverend Robert Wilkins, recorded by Simon Bronner, pre-concert rehearsal, SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, N.Y., 30 November 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18060

Reverend Robert Wilkins, recorded by Simon Bronner, copy of Simon Bronner's tape, SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, N.Y., 30 November 1973

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18061

Lecture tape, excerpts/examples from Mt. Nebo Church of God in Christ, Binghamton, N.Y., 1973-1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18062

Willie Williams, Jeanette Benton Williams, and Leroy Williams interview, Binghamton, N.Y., 4 August 1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18063

Mrs. Shirley Benton, Eleanor Draper and friends, songs; choir rehearsal and excerpts of worship service, Binghamton, N.Y., 1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18064

Sandra Benton interview, Binghamton, N.Y., 1974

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18065

Jesus House of Prayer, tape 1, Durham, N.C., 12 April 1981

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18066

Jesus House of Prayer, tape 2, Durham, N.C., 12 April 1981

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18067

Beverly Boggs, taped examples for masters thesis, SUNY Binghamton, copy 1, Binghamton, N.Y.,

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18068

Beverly Boggs, taped examples for masters thesis, SUNY Binghamton, copy 2, Binghamton, N.Y.,

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18069

Jesse Dixon Gospel Singers, "Stop and Smell the Roses", "Hold On", and others

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20026/18070

Gospel choir of Oneonta at Beautiful Plain Baptist Church, "March", "I Don't Know What You Come to Do", and others, Binghamton, N.Y.,

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Received as Addition of December 2013 (Acc. 101966)

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 10.5. Moving Images, 1971-2000 and undated..

39 items.

Processing information: Please note that additional video materials are found in Series 1. Davenport Films and related material, Series 2. Legend of Frankie Silver, and Series 6. Student Papers and Classroom Tapes.

Arrangement: In order as received.

Acquisitions Information: VT-20026/66-84 received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467), with the exception of VT-20026/75, which was received as Addition of April 2009 (Acc. 101121).

Moving image materials consist mostly of documentaries, live performances, and news items related to folklore dubbed from television. The series also includes video footage of classroom lectures and Primitive Baptist Church services, as well as a video and CD-ROM, Sounds of Faith, related to the religious song of the Lumbee Indians. Researchers are advised to see Folder 407 for background information on Patterson's video material.

Videotape VT-20026/41

Chase the Devil: Religious Music of the Appalachians, Beats of the Heart series

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/42

Albert "Hap" Collins: A Video Portrait by Jeff Titon

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/43

From Stump to Ship: A 1930 Logging Film

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/44

Around Cape Horn

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/45

Julie: Old Time Tales of the Blue Ridge

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/46

Sounds of Faith

VHS

includes an accompanying CD-ROM (CD-20026/468)

Data Compact Disc CD-20026/4685

Sounds of Faith, 1999

CD-ROM

resource guide to the history of music and religion among the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina; accompanies video of same name (VT-20026/46)

Videotape VT-20026/47

An Oral Historian's Work with University of Maine Folklore Professor Edward D. (Sandy) Ives

VHS

accompanying booklet in folder 405

Videotape VT-20026/48

Doc and Merle

VHS

documents the lives of father and son Doc and Merle Watson and their music

Videotape VT-20026/49

Doc Watson in Concert, broadcast on WUNC-TV from a concert at the School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, N.C., 4 October 1990

VHS

with the Mighty Wonders gospel group, Jack Lawrence, and James Coffey

Videotape VT-20026/50

The Great American Music Company: the Story of the Fiddle, broadcast on WUNC-TV in 1990, filmed at the Museum of Appalachia, Norris, Tenn.

VHS

with Cajun, Irish, Appalachian, and African-American Old Time styles

Cruceros y Caminos by Shane Nye

VHS

with Cajun, Irish, Appalachian, and African-American Old Time styles

Videotape VT-20026/51

Jack in the Lion's Den told by Marshall Ward of Banner Elk, N.C., collected by Dr. Cheryl Oxford, 11 July 1989

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/52

Cruceros y Caminos by Shane Nye

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/53

Joe and Odell Thompson, "Old Andy Gal," "John Henry," Eno, 1998

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/54

Sheila Barnhill sings "The Waggoner's Lad," May 1992

VHS

Sheila Barnhill (now Sheila Adams, once Sheila Rice) is a "seventh-generation ballad singer" from the Wallin family of Madison County, N.C.

Videotape VT-20026/55

Doug Wallin singing "The House Carpenter" at twilight on his front porch, Sodom Laurel, Madison County, N.C., 29 August 1987

VHS

Doug Wallin is a ballad singer from Sodom Laurel, Madison County, N.C.

Videotape VT-20026/56

Primitive Baptist Sunday Service, Elder Walter Evans preaching, Peachbottom Primitive Baptist Church, Independence, Va., 11 December 1983

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/57

Primitive Baptist Footwashing Service, Crossroads Primitive Baptist Church, Baywood, Va., 21 August 1998; Primitive Baptist Saturday Sermon, Elder Walter Evans preaching, Peachbottom Primitive Baptist Church, Independence, Va., 10 December 1983

VHS

Videotape VT-20026/62

Prison Marching Chants dub

VHS

dubbed from the Stateline series on WUNC-TV and submitted to Beverly Patterson's UNC-Chapel Hill course in folksong in the spring of 1990

Videotape VT-20026/63

New Year's Shoot dub

VHS

Digitized media has been edited for content or length.

dubbed from a short TV news feature on a German calendar custom surviving in Cherryville

Videotape VT-20026/66

Shape note singing, WGTV, 1971

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/67

Corresponding Primitive Baptist Association union meeting songs, Olive Branch Church, Pitt County, N.C., 31 January 1988

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/68

While the Ages Roll On...A Memorial, Smith Family memorial, Pike County, Ky., 1989

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/69

Little Flock Primitive Baptist Church service, 14 April 1991

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/70

Beverly Patterson and Rebecca Cureau, Aldrich Adkins and Glenn Hinson, May lectures, 12 August 1991

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/71

Video sampler, Southern Folklife Collection, tape 1, Golden Echoes, "Precious Lord Take My Hand", "Dust on the Bible", and others, 14 September 1993

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/72

Video sampler, Southern Folklife Collection, tape 2, Asheville Folk Fest, 'From Our House to the White House' (intro), and others, 14 September 1993

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/73

Video sampler, Southern Folklife Collection, tape 3, Walter Raleigh Babson, Andy Cahan, 'Post Industrial Fiddle', and others

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/74

Tom Davenport, Syble Wootten Adams, Delta Wootten, shape note footage, tape 2, Alabama, 1994

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/75

Bobby McMillon, North Carolina Folk Heritage Awards, 2000

VHS

Received as Addition of April 2009 (Acc. 101121)

Videotape VT-20026/76

Louise Anderson, African clothes segment

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/77

Ballad F.S., petition revision, rough cut

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/78

Michelle Branigan, Virginia fieldwork sample tape, Independent Baptist and Mennonite songs

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/79

[Tom] Davenport, Bertha Landis home going, footage shot at Mrs. Landis's wake

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/80

The Great American Music Company, 'Ain't That Good News: Gospel Music', Episode 201

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/81

The Great American Music Company, 'Cowboy Songs', Episode 202

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/82

The Great American Music Company, 'From Spiritual to Freedom Song', Episode 203

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/83

Jeff Grey on petition, interview excerpt

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

Videotape VT-20026/84

Gypsies Sing Long Ballads

VHS

Received as Addition of July 2011 (Acc. 101467)

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 10.6 Related Material, 1997 and undated.

Related materials includes paper documentation that corresponds to the audio and video recordings found in the series. Materials consist of Patterson's packing lists with descriptions of items, as well as papers found with audiovisual materials, including interview transcripts, letters, field notes, music catalogs, "logger poetry", and ephemera. Also includes detailed tape logs and "supplementary materials" related to Beverly Bush Patterson's religion and music recordings. These supplementary materials include research materials, such as notes, clippings, and ephemera, including Primitive Baptist church minutes, newsletters, and flyers.

Folder 405

Background information on audio material

Folder 406

Related to audio material; Logger Lon: Uncut, Uncensored Logger Poetry by Lon Minkler, 1997

Folder 407

Related to Shaker recordings

Folder 408

Related to Shaker recordings and interviews

Folder 409

Background information on video material

Box 68

AV Documentation

Detailed tape logs and "supplementary materials" related to Beverly Bush Patterson's religion and music recordings, including research materials, such as notes, clippings, and ephemera, including Primitive Baptist Church minutes, newsletters, and flyers. Also includes transcripts to Dan Patterson's interviews with Nick Benson on gravestones (FS-20026/17548-17549), Archie Green on folklore topics (FS-20026/17545), and Bob Lalich on on the Papovich family and Tamburitza music (FS-20026/17546), as well as materials, such as field notes and sheet music, related to a October 1979 recording (FS-20026/17558) of an African American church service held at the Jesus House of Prayer in Durham, N.C.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 11. Oversize items.

11 items.

Three large wood and artificial leather scrolls illustrating shape note music; a cast metal printing plate, and posters advertising events such as arts and crafts exhibits, cultural festivals, a play, and a conference.

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/1

Scroll: Showing Repeats D.C. and Fine (A92085)

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/2

Scroll: The Five Powers Represented (A92085)

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/3

Scroll: Musical Notes

Museum Item MU-20026/1

Plate For Printing The Hymn "The Christian Warfare" (A90130)

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/4

Poster: Trinity Churchyard From The Churchyards of Trinity Parish In The City Of New York

Oversize Paper OP-20026/1

Poster: Social Fabric: South Carolina's Traditional Quilts A#91011

Oversize Paper OP-20026/2

Poster: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Texas, December 1989

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/5

Poster: 5th Annual Guinness Import Company British and Irish Festival, April 1989

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/6

Poster: Maritime Arts and Artisans, 1989

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20026/7

Poster: Lithograph of gravestone at Beulah Church of Christ, Davidson County, N.C., by Ruth Little-Stokes, 1983

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 12A. Gravestone Research Project, The Sound of the Dove, circa 1970s-2000s (Addition of September 2005)

About 300 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 100191

The addition consists of gravestone research data sheets and photographs associated with Beverley Patterson's book, The Sound of the Dove: Singing in Appalachian Primitive Baptist Churches (1995, University of Illinois Press).

Box 65

Gravestone research data sheets

Image Box IB-20026/15

The Sound of the Dove:Photographs by Dan Patterson, circa 1990s

Black-and-White Photographic Prints, Black-and-White Photographic Negatives

The Sound of the Dove:Photographs by Bobby McMillian and others, circa 1990s

Black-and-White Photographic Prints, Black-and-White Photographic Negatives

Image Folder PF-20026/618

The Sound of the Dove: Oversized photographs, circa 1990s

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 12A. Gravestone Research Project, 1970s-2000s (Addition of July 2011)

About 500 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 101467

Processing information: Please note an audio interview with Nick Benson on gravestones (FS-20026/17548-17549) resides in subseries 10.2 Audiocassettes.

The addition consists of gravestone research materials, slides of selected gravestones, contact sheets, and negatives.

Box 64

Gravestone research

Transcriptions, epitaphs, correspondence.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 12A. Gravestone Research Project, 1970s-2000s (Additions of December 2013 and March 2015)

About 6000 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accessions 101938, 102176.

The additions consist of photographs taken by Patterson, circa 1970s-2000s, while doing research for his 2012 book The True Image: Gravestone Art and the Culture of Scotch Irish Settlers in the Pennsylvania and Carolina Backcountry . Patterson selected the following slides from the images he created during the project. Some of the images appeared in The True Image, however, a majority of them have not been published. Some materials related to the book have been digitized. There are also gravestone data worksheet notebooks and research files with correspondence, email, and articles.

Gravestone Research Notebooks and Files

Box 69

1. Pennsylvania

2. North Carolina counties

3. Mecklenberg County

Box 70

4. Mecklenberg County, Steel Creek: A-K

5. Mecklenberg County, Steel Creek: L-Z

6. North Carolina counties: O-R

7.South Carolina counties: C-L

Box 61

8. South Carolina, York City, Tennessee, Virginia

9. Virginia, Northern Ireland, Scotland

Box 62-63

Box 62

Box 63

Gravestone research

Correspondence, email, articles

Image Box IB-20026/10

Gravestone research: Lists of negatives, slides, and prints

Printed Material

Gravestone research: Selected images

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Prints have corresponding negative/slide identification.

Image Box IB-20026/11

Gravestone research: Selected images

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Prints have corresponding negative/slide identification.

Image Box IB-20026/12

Gravestone research: Selected images

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Prints have corresponding negative/slide identification.

Gravestone research: Images not by Patterson

Black-and-White Photographic Prints, Black-and-White Sheet Film

Prints have corresponding negative/slide identification.

Image Box IB-20026/13

Gravestone research: Contact Sheets: GM-1 to GM-33

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Gravestone research: Contact Sheets: GM-34 to GM-66

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Gravestone research: Contact Sheets: GM-67 to GM-99

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Gravestone research: Contact Sheets: GM-100 to GM-129

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Image Box IB-20026/14

Gravestone research: Contact Sheets: GM-130 to GM-168

Black-and-White Photographic Prints

Gravestone research: Negatives: GM-1 to GM-69

Black-and-White 35mm Roll Film

Gravestone research: Negatives: GM-70 to GM-110

Black-and-White 35mm Roll Film

Gravestone research: Negatives: GM-111 to GM-168

Black-and-White 35mm Roll Film

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"Patterson Gravestone Project: List of Color Slides"

Patterson's selections from his research images are detailed in an inventory he created in 2013. Digitized versions of the printout of the inventory used during processing of these materials. The corresponding "PF-20026/#" identifier in the finding aid appears handwritten in the margins of the document.

Image Folder PF-20026/619

"Patterson Gravestone Project, list of color slides" (1) (Northern Ireland and Scotland: PF-20026/0074-0121)

Printed Materials

Image Folder PF-20026/620

"Patterson Gravestone Project, list of color slides" (2) (Pennsylvania: PF-20026/0122-0193)

Printed Materials

Image Folder PF-20026/621

"Patterson Gravestone Project, list of color slides" (3) (North Carolina: PF-20026/0200-0454)

Printed Materials

PF-20026/0194-199 are not included.

Image Folder PF-20026/622

"Patterson Gravestone Project, list of color slides" (4) (South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia: PF-20026/0455-0602)

Printed Materials

Image Folder PF-20026/623

"Patterson Gravestone Project, list of color slides" (5) (Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York: PF-20026/0603-0617)

Printed Materials

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Northern Ireland, County Atrim, 1996

18 images

Images depicting gravestones in Northern Ireland, County Atrim.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0074

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Glenarm, St. Patrick's Church," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0075

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Glenarm, St. Patrick's Church: Holmes, Hugh (1752)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0076

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0077

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Fleck, Robert's children, and Robert Fleck (1738)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0078

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Glesgow children (1733-1765)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0079

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Har, Janet, Robert Allen, Thomas Allen, and Martha Anna Boyle (1754-1866)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0080

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Houston, James and Rose Hare, wife (1725, 1759)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0081

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Karr, Jean (1701)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0082

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Lamont, Patrick's children (1760)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0083

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: McCulloch children (1800)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0084

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Manford, Hugh (1751)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0085

"Northern Ireland, Co. Antrim, Larne, St. Cedma's Parish Church: Children of James Smyly and Margaret Caldwell (1761)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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Northern Ireland, County Down, 1996

18 images

Images depicting gravestones in Northern Ireland, County Down.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0086

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Ballynahinch, Magheradroll Church," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0087

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Ballynahinch, Magheradroll Church: Barr, Christopher Cenor [Senior] (1797)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0088

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Ballywater, Whitechurch Graveyard: McNary, Capt., Alexander (1769)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0089

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Ballynahinch, Magheradroll Church: Rutherfoord, Isabell, wife of James Reid," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0090

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Donaghadee, Donaghadee Parish Church," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0091

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Donaghadee, Donaghadee Parish Church: Campbell [David Campbell's Burying Place] (1793)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0092

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Donaghadee, Donaghadee Parish Church: Dickson, James (1762)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0093

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Donaghadee, Donaghadee Parish Church: Hanah, David (1734)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0094

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Donaghadee, Donaghadee Parish Church: Me'Cosh, Oughtrie, "Sailer" (1671)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0095

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Donaghadee, Donaghadee Parish Church: Saul, Daniel (1820)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0096

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Greyabbey, Greyabbey Graveyard: Greyabbey ruins and graveyard," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0097

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Greyabbey, Greyabbey Graveyard: Hay, Jean (1706-07)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0098

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Greyabbey, Greyabbey Graveyard: Mcutchen, john (1800)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0099

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Greyabbey, Greyabbey Graveyard: Patterson, Shusanna, alias McCracken, wife to William Patterson (1805)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0100

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Greyabbey, Greyabbey Graveyard: Reid, Sarah (1802)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0101

"Northern Ireland, Co. Down, Newtonards, Movilla Abbey: Unknown woman," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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Northern Ireland, County Londonderry, 1996

6 images

Images depicting gravestones in Northern Ireland, County Londonderry.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0102

"Northern Ireland, Co. Londonderry, Coleraine, St. Patrick's Church," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0103

"Northern Ireland, Co. Londonderry, Coleraine, St. Patrick's Church: Boyd, Jean (1778)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0104

"Northern Ireland, Co. Londonderry, Coleraine, St. Patrick's Church: Edmiston, Robert, and two sons (1795)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0105

"Northern Ireland, Co. Londonderry, Coleraine, St. Patrick's Church: McCollum, John (1733)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0106

"Northern Ireland, Co. Londonderry, Coleraine, St. Patrick's Church: Wilson, Margaret, and William Wilson (1740, 1742)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0107

"Northern Ireland, Co. Londonderry, Coleraine, St. Patrick's Church: Wilson, Sarah, and John Wilson (1739)," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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Northern Ireland, County Tryone, 1996

7 images

Images depicting gravestones in Northern Ireland, County Tryone.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0108

"Northern Ireland, Co. Tyrone, Clogher, St. Macartans Cathedral," Image taken: July 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0109

"Northern Ireland, Co. Tyrone, Clogher, St. Macartans Cathedral: Cassidy, Cally (1781)," Image taken: July 1996

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0110

"Northern Ireland, Co. Tyrone, Clogher, St. Macartans Cathedral: McGirr, John (1770)," Image taken: July 1996

4 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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Scotland, 1998

14 images

Images depicting gravestones in Scotland.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0111

"Scotland, Midlothian, Borthwick Church," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0112

"Scotland, Perth, Ceres, Ceres Parish Church: [Hacket?], William (n.d.)," Image taken: June-July 1998

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0113

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Kirkcowan Cemetery: McCa, John (1729)," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0114

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Kirkcowan Cemetery: McKee, John (1891)," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0115

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Kirkcowan Cemetery: [McTaggert?], John," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0116

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Rhins of Galloway, Leswalt Old Kirk (1644)," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0117

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Rhins of Galloway, Leswalt Old Kirk: Martin, John (1795)," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0118

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Rhins of Galloway, Leswalt Old Kirk, Stoneykirk Church," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0119

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Rhins of Galloway, Leswalt Old Kirk, Stoneykirk Church: McCracken, Archibald (n.d.)," Image taken: June-July 1998

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0120

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Rhins of Galloway, Leswalt Old Kirk, Stoneykirk Church: McMurray, Alexander, also a brother Hugh," Image taken: June-July 1998

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0121

"Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway, Wigtownshire, Rhins of Galloway, Leswalt Old Kirk, Stoneykirk Church: Unidentified," Image taken: June-July 1998

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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Pennsylvania, Adams County, 1970s-1990s

67 images

Images depicting gravestones in Adams County, Penn.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0122

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Abbotstown: Abbet, John (1763)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0123

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Armstrong, Thomas (1759)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0124

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Bingham, John (1739)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0125

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Boyd, Thomas (1760)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0126

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Erwin, Rebeka (1763)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0127

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Innis, James (1766)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0128

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Innis, Jean (1760)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0129

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Mayes, William (1762)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0130

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Orr, Mary (1754)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0131

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Blacks Cemetery: Porter, Violet (1753)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0132

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Evergreen Cemetery: Buchanan, Andrew (1759)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0133

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Evergreen Cemetery: McConaughy, Robert (1758)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0134

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Evergreen Cemetery: McPherson, Robert (1749)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0135

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Agnew, Abraham (1753)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0136

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Alexander, Francis (1760)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0137

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Brownfield, Jean (1760)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0138

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Leard, John (1766)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0139

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Maginley, Margaret (1771)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0140

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Ramsey, James (1757)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0141

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Reynolds, Samuel (1758)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0142

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Gettysburg, Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Waugh, Jane (1770)," Image taken: 1980s

5 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0143

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0144

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Bell, John (1765)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0145

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Brown, John (1760)," Image taken: 1980s

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0146

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Larson, Samuel (1759)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0147

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Drumgould, Margaret (1751)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0148

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Giffen, Margaret," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0149

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Gordon, Hannah (1764)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0150

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: King, Martha (1760)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0151

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Murphy, Denis (1747)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0152

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Ross, James (1741)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0153

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Stirling, Alexander (1759)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0154

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Teeters, Shusanna (1759)," Image taken: 1980s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0155

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Thompson, Andrew (1759)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0156

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Hunterstown, Great Conewago Presbyterian Church: Waton, Jean (1756)," Image taken: 1980s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0157

"Pennsylvania, Adams County, Pines Presbyterian Church: Stirling, Samuel (1764)," Image taken: 1980s

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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Pennsylvania, Cumberland County, 1996

4 images

Images depicting gravestones in Cumberland County, Penn.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0158

"Pennsylvania, Cumberland County, Silver Spring Church (1783)," Image taken: 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0159

"Pennsylvania, Cumberland County, Silver Spring Church (1783): Cavon, Samuel (1750)," Image taken: 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0160

"Pennsylvania, Cumberland County, Silver Spring Church (1783): Wood, James (1750)," Image taken: 1996

2 images

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Pennsylvania, Juniata County, 1996

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Images depicting gravestones in Juniata County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0161

"Pennsylvania, Juniata County, Site of Bingham's Fort," Image taken: 1996

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Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, 1970s-1990s

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Images depicting gravestones in Lancaster County, Penn.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0162

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0163

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (1760s-1770s)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0164

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0165

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0166

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0167

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0168

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0169

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: Lutz, Jo," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0170

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: M.D. (1811)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0171

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Adamstown, Muddy Creek Union Church: No name (n.d.) (NOT LABELED-?)," Image taken: 1977

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Image Folder PF-20026/0172

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Ephrata: No name (1970s)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0173

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Ephrata: Miller, Henrich (1778)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0174

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Ephrata: Keller, Friede (1771)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0175

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Ephrata: Siefert, Ana (1772)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0176

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church," Image taken: 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0177

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Baxter, William (1752)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0178

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Bigham, Jennat (1738)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0179

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Brotherton, Nicolas (1751)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0180

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Clark, John (1776)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0181

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Dickson, Sarah (1746)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0182

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: King Elizabeth (1732)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0183

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: McGa[ckey], [Alexand]er (1749)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0184

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: MccIlroy, (?)h (1744," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0185

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: McIllroie, Thomas (1747)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0186

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Midleton (?), John (1739)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0187

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Pagan, Archibald (1749)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0188

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Porter, Robert (1741)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0189

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Robertson, Jean (1739)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0190

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Scot, Matthew (1736)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0191

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Steel, Elizabeth (1749)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0192

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Steel, Robert (1756)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0193

"Pennsylvania, Lancaster County, Quarryville, Chesnut Level Presbyterian Church: Wharry, Samuel (1779)," Image taken: 1970s-1980s

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North Carolina, Alamance County, 1975

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Images depicting gravestones in Alamance County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0194

"North Carolina, Alamance County, Snow Camp, Cane Creek Friends Cemetery: Dixon, Solomon (1827)"Image taken: 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0195

"North Carolina, Alamance County, Snow Camp, Cane Creek Friends Cemetery: J.W. (1804)"Image taken: 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0196

"North Carolina, Alamance County, Snow Camp, Cane Creek Friends Cemetery: M.W(?). (1752)"Image taken: 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0197

"North Carolina, Alamance County, Snow Camp, Cane Creek Friends Cemetery: Woody, Isreal C. (1834)"Image taken: 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0198

"North Carolina, Alamance County, Burlington, St. Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery: Barbara Kemrn (1794)"Image taken: 1975

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North Carolina, Burke County, 2006

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Images depicting gravestones in Burke County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0199

"North Carolina, Burke County, Morganton, Quaker Meadows Cemetary: Erwin, Sarah (1785)"Image taken: 2006

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North Carolina, Cabarrus County, 2006

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Images depicting gravestones in Cabarrus County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0200

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church: Cannon, Jane A. (1827)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0201

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church: Robinson, John W. (1816)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0202

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church: Robison, Mary Van Hays (1804)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0203

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Rocky River Presbyterian Church, Old Cemetery: Harris, Elizabeth (1778)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0204

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Rocky River Presbyterian Church, Old Cemetery: Harris, Isaac (1815)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0205

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Rocky River Presbyterian Church, Old Cemetery: Russel, James, Sr. (1799)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0206

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Rocky River Presbyterian Church, Old Cemetery: White, William, Sr. (1794)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0207

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Spears Cemetery: Cochran, Martha (1818)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0208

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Spears Cemetery: Harris, Martha (1797)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0209

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Spears Cemetery: Morrison, John (1777)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0210

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Spears Cemetery: Ross, Issac, Gransr (1760)"Image taken: March 2006

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Image Folder PF-20026/0211

"North Carolina, Cabarrus County, Concord, Spears Cemetery: Spiears [Spears], William (1803)"Image taken: March 2006

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North Carolina, Cumberland County, 1975

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Images depicting gravestones in Cumberland County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0212

"North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville, Cross Creek Cemetery: Duene, Thomas (1786)"Image taken: April 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0213

"North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville, Cross Creek Cemetery: Brunlow, Sarah (1770)"Image taken: April 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0214

"North Carolina, Cumberland County, Wade, Old Bluff Presbyterian Church: McAllister, Alexander (1823)"Image taken: April 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0215

"North Carolina, Cumberland County, Wade, Old Bluff Presbyterian Church: McPhail, Lucinda (1925)"Image taken: April 1975

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North Carolina, Davidson County, 1970s-1980s

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Images depicting gravestones in Davidson County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0216

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Bethany United Church of Christ: Burk, Christena (1826)"Image taken: December 1976

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Image Folder PF-20026/0217

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Bethany United Church of Christ: Clodfelter, Margaret (1857)"Image taken: December 1976

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Image Folder PF-20026/0218

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Bethany United Church of Christ: Nifong, George (1797)"Image taken: December 1976

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Image Folder PF-20026/0219

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Bethany United Church of Christ: Wagoner, Daniel (1827)"Image taken: December 1978

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Image Folder PF-20026/0220

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Pilgrim Reformed Church: Cink, Phelip (1829)"Image taken: June 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0221

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Pilgrim Reformed Church: Lapp/Lopp, Peter Johann (1827)"Image taken: June 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0222

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Lexington, Pilgrim Reformed Church: Sauer, Caderina [Sowers, Catherine] (1816)"Image taken: June 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0223

"North Carolina, Davidson County, Petersville, Buncombe Baptist Church: Verdell, Emma (1937)"Image taken: April 1986

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North Carolina, Forsyth County, 1975

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Images depicting gravestones in Forsyth County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0224

"North Carolina, Forsyth County, Bethania, Bethania Moravian Graveyard: Bethania Moravian Church (1975)"Image taken: May 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0225

"North Carolina, Forsyth County, Bethania, Bethania Moravian Graveyard: Bethania Moravian graveyard hilltop (1975)"Image taken: May 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0226

"North Carolina, Forsyth County, Bethania, Bethania Moravian Graveyard: Pfaff, Anna Maria [Pfaffin, A Maria] (1786)"Image taken: March 1975

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North Carolina, Gaston County, 1970s-2000s

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Images depicting gravestones in Gaston County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0227

"North Carolina, Gaston County, Belmont, Goshen Cemetery: Henry, Thomas (1787)"Image taken: May 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0228

"North Carolina, Gaston County, Belmont, Goshen Cemetery: Smith, John (1805)"Image taken: May 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0229

"North Carolina, Gaston County, Belmont, Goshen Cemetery: Huggins, Eliza H. (1808)"Image taken: March 2006

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North Carolina, Guilford County, 1970s-1990s

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Images depicting gravestones in Guilford County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0230

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Alamance Presbyterian Church churchyard (1980)"Image taken: April 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0231

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Margret (1767)"Image taken: April 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0232

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Allison, Robert (1782)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0233

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Armstrong, Agnus (1775)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0234

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Blear, James (1776)"Image taken: April 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0235

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Finley, Andrew (1780)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0236

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Hanna, Agnus (1773)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0237

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Hanna, John (1774)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0238

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Hanna, Samuel (1769)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0239

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: McAdow, Judith (1797)"Image taken: April 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0240

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: McBride, Alexander (n.d.)"Image taken: October 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0241

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Stuart, [John?] (1787)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0242

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Stuart, Mary, alias McLean (1774)"Image taken: October 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0243

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Stuart, [ -- ]s [a girl] (1787)"Image taken: October 1976

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Image Folder PF-20026/0244

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Alamance Presbyterian Church: Stewart, [ ] fragment with scale (n.d.)"Image taken: 1970s - 1980s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0245

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Buffalo Presbyterian Church: Dixson, Marget (n.d.)"Image taken: December 1974

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Image Folder PF-20026/0246

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Buffalo Presbyterian Church: Dixson, Martha"Image taken: December 1974

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Image Folder PF-20026/0247

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Buffalo Presbyterian Church: Donnel, Robert (1815)"Image taken: December 1974

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Image Folder PF-20026/0248

"North Carolina, Guilford County, Greensboro, Buffalo Presbyterian Church: Starrat, Mary, alias Hunter (1775)"Image taken: December 1974

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"North Carolina, Guilford County, Sophia, Old Union Church Graveyard: Loney, Mary and Michael (1787), (1788)"Image taken: March 1996

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North Carolina, Harnett County, 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0250

"North Carolina, Harnett County, Barbecue, Barbecue Presbyterian Church: Clark, Flora (1831)"Image taken: April 1975

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North Carolina, Iredell County, 1970s-1990s

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Images depicting gravestones in Iredell County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0251

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mooresville, Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1980)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0252

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mooresville, Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: Braly, John and Sarah Braly (1798), (1800)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0253

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mooresville, Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: Caruth, James and Alexander Caruth (1757), (1778)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0254

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mooresville, Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: Davidson, Thomas (1800)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0255

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mooresville, Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: McKnight, Ezekiel (1804)"Image taken: May 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0256

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mooresville, Coddle Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: Parks, John (1795)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0257

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mt. Mourne, Centre Presbyterian Church: Centre Presbyterian Church (n.d.)"Image taken: 1970s - 1990s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0258

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mt. Mourne, Centre Presbyterian Church: Conner, Sarah (1790)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0259

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mt. Mourne, Centre Presbyterian Church: Ford, Billy Smith (1799)"Image taken: 1970s - 1990s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0260

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Mt. Mourne, Centre Presbyterian Church: Rankin, Jean (1779)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0261

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: Hall, Prudence (1785)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0262

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: Love, Alexander (178[x])"Image taken: 1970s - 1990s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0263

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: Love, Lilis (1782)"Image taken: April 1997

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Image Folder PF-20026/0264

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: McClelland, Margaret (1805)"Image taken: April 1997

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Image Folder PF-20026/0265

"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: Steel, Robert (1781)"Image taken: April 1997

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"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: Walker, Elisabeth (1775)"Image taken: 1970s - 1990s

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"North Carolina, Iredell County, Statesville, Fourth Creek Presbyterian Church: Watts, James (1792)"Image taken: April 1997

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North Carolina, Lincoln County, 1986

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Images depicting gravestones in Lincoln County, N.C.

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Image Folder PF-20026/0268

"North Carolina, Lincoln County, Unity Presbyterian Church: Thompson, SusanaImage taken: July 1986

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North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, 1970s-2000s

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Images depicting gravestones in Mecklenburg County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0269

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Dinkins Family Cemetery: Dinkins Family Cemetery burying grounds (2004)"Image taken: March 2004

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Image Folder PF-20026/0270

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Dinkins Family Cemetery: Dinkins, Capt. John (1805)"Image taken: March 2004

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Image Folder PF-20026/0271

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Dinkins Family Cemetery: Dinkins, Joshua (1820)"Image taken: March 2004

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Image Folder PF-20026/0272

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: early Bigham markers from destroyed Spratt Burying Grounds (n.d.)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0273

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: Barnhart, Joel (1789)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0274

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: Emberson, Henry (1812)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0275

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: Graham, Mary (1791)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0276

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: Johnston, Esther (1775)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0277

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: McComb, Samuel and Mary McComb (1798), (1788)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0278

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: McCombs, James (1814)"Image taken: April 2003

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Image Folder PF-20026/0279

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: McNight, James (1775)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0280

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: Mason, Isaac (1811)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0281

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Old Settlers Cemetery: Mason, Richard (1800)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0282

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Hannah (1793)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0283

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Baxter, Andrew (1781)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0284

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Baxter, James Potts, and William Potts, Mary, and Metlida Potts (1790), (n.d.), (n.d.)"Image taken: June 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0285

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Baxter, William, "Also 2 children not baptised", (1781)"Image taken: June 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0286

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Houston, James (1802)"Image taken: May 1980

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0287

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Kirkpatrick. Mary (1788)"Image taken: June 1979

4 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0288

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: McKee, John, and his son (1764)"Image taken: March 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0289

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: McKee, Nancy (1806)"Image taken: May 1980

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0290

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: McKee, Peggy (1795)"Image taken: May 1980

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0291

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: McKee, Polly (1795)"Image taken: May 1980

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0292

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Potts, James and Margaret Potts (1781), (1795)"Image taken: June 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0293

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Providence Presbyterian Church: Potts, William (1800)"Image taken: June 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0294

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sardis Presbyterian Church: Kirkpatrick, Ann (1804)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0295

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sardis Presbyterian Church: Kirkpatrick, John (1808)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0296

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Church"Image taken: April 1978

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0297

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Churchyard"Image taken: April 1986

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0298

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Atkins, Thomas (1785)"Image taken: May 1979

4 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0299

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Allen, Jean (1774)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0300

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Allen, Mary (1776)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0301

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Barnet, Angness (1784)"Image taken: May 1979

4 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0302

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Barnet, Nancy (1781)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0303

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Barnet, William, and Mary Barnet (both 1785)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0304

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Berryhill, Elizabeth and her daughter Ann Whiteside (1806), (1798)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0305

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Berryhill, Mary  (1778)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0306

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Berryhill, William (1799)"Image taken: June 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0307

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Bigham, Andrew (1788)"Image taken: April 1986

5 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0308

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Bigham, John (1792)"Image taken: May 1999

6 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0309

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Bigham, Mary (1843)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0310

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Bigham, Robert (1777)"Image taken: May 1979

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0311

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Campbell, Robert and Jennet Campbell (1795),(1799)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0312

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Carothers, Mary (alias Vance) (1785)"Image taken: April 1986

5 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0313

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Cathey, Andrew (1785)"Image taken: March 1978

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0314

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Cathey, George and Frances Cathey (1801),(1798)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0315

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Cathey John (1767)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0316

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Clark, William and Susannah Clark (1791),(1791)"Image taken: May 2002

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0317

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Davies, David (1776)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0318

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Davies, Jean and Lewis Davies (1780),(?)"Image taken: June 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0319

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Davis, Joseph (1790)"Image taken: May 1982

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0320

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Elliott, John (1781)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0321

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Ferguson, Martha (1778)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0322

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Gilmor, James (1784) (two entires on list, 1 slide in binder) "Image taken: March 1978

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0323

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Green, James Carruth  (1777)"Image taken: May 2002

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0324

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: [Greer/Grier]/ Greir, Hannah (1788)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0325

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Greer, James (1784)"Image taken: April 1986

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0326

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Greer, John (1794)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0327

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Hartt, General David (1812) (two entires on list, 1 slide in binder) "Image taken: 1970s-1990s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0328

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Hartt, Joseph (1778) and Elizabeth Hartt (1775), also Isabella McCreery (1773), Mary Hartt (1786), Andrew Hartt (1788) "Image taken: June 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0329

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Irwin, General Robert and Mary Irwin (1801), (1796)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0330

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Knox, Samuel (1800)"Image taken: April 2003

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0331

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Knox, Sarah (1765), and unnamed son and daughter "Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0332

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McCleary, Abigail (1805)"Image taken: April 2003

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0333

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McCleary, James H. (1811)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0334

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Mcleary, Robert  (1791)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0335

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McClellan [M'Clellen], Elizabeth (1791)"Image taken: June 1982

4 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0336

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McClure, James (1785)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0337

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McCormick, Dinnis (1782)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0338

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McDowell, John (1795)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0339

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McLelan, Alexander (1781)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0340

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: McRee, William and Dinah McRee (1789), (1798)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0341

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Maxwell, Susanna (1791)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0342

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Murray, William (1781)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0343

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neel, Henry (1788)"Image taken: March 1982

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0344

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neel, John (1781)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0345

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely, Hannah (1785)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0346

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely James (1788)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0347

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely, Jenny (1797)"Image taken: June 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0348

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely John (1806)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0349

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely, Peggy and Moses Neely (1816),(1837)"Image taken: 1970s-1990s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0350

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely, Thomas, Ann Neely, and son William Whitsett Neely (1795), (1798), (1794)"Image taken: 1970s-2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0351

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Patteson child, and John Patteson (1794), (1770)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0352

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Porter, James (1780)"Image taken: June 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0353

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Porter, William, and Elizabeth Porter (alias McMurry) (1787), (1778)"Image taken: May 2002

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0354

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Price, John (1794)"Image taken: April 1986

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0355

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Price, John and Mary John ()1802,(1804)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0356

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Robinson, Richard, Alexander Robinson, and Mary Robinson (1789),(1786),(1806)"Image taken: May 1979-2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0357

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Sadler, Alexander  (1815)"Image taken: 2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0358

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Sawyer, Hannah (1785)"Image taken: May 1979-2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0359

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Sloan, John (1809)"Image taken: 2000s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0360

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Sloan, Margaret (1769)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0361

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Sprot, John, and Samuel Sprot (both 1781)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0362

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Stinson, Michael and Ann Stinson (1776),(1778)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0363

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Swann, Moses (1780)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0364

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Thomson, Ann (1781)"Image taken: 2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0365

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Vance, David (1800)"Image taken: June 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0366

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Vance, Ruth (1779)"Image taken: June 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0367

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: [Whiteside]/Whitside, [Samuel]/Samul (1772)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0368

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Whiteside, [Whitside], William (1780)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0369

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Wilson, John (1806)"Image taken: 2000s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0370

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church"Image taken: March 1996

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0371

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Albert B (1785)"Image taken: April 2003

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0372

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Ezekiel (1793)"Image taken: May 1982

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0373

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Barnet, Hugh (1786)"Image taken: April 2003

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0374

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Campbell, Dugel, and Mary, Ambrose, and Ann (1781)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0375

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Campbell, John (1790)"Image taken: May 1982

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0376

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Carr, William (1778)"Image taken: May 1982

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0377

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Hendcerson, Cairns (1793)"Image taken: April 2003

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0378

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: McRee [McCree], Robert (1775)"Image taken: May 1982

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0379

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Abraham (1786)"Image taken: May 1981

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0380

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Hezekiah (1801)"Image taken: 2000s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0381

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Ruth (1796)"Image taken: May 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0382

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Hunter, Samuel Baldwin (1805)"Image taken: May 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0383

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: [Mc]Clure, Lily"Image taken: May 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0384

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: McCormick, Dorcas (1825)"Image taken: May 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0385

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Parks, John (1810)"Image taken: May 1981

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0386

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Robertson, Richard (1797)"Image taken: May 1981

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0387

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Robinson, Polly (1799) "Image taken: May 1981

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0388

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Shields, Isabella (1801)"Image taken: May 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0389

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Wallace, Ezekiel (1813)"Image taken: May 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0390

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Wylie, James (1803)"Image taken: May 1981

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0391

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church: Wylie, William (1798)"Image taken: May 1981

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0392

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Hopewell Presbyterian Church"Image taken: June 1981

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0393

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Alexander, Jean (alias Bean) (1789)"Image taken: April 1986

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0394

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Blackwood, Sophia, alias Gardner (1793)"Image taken: 2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0395

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Blackwood, Thomas (1793)"Image taken: 2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0396

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Bradly/[Bradley], Francis (1780"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

4 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0397

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Bradly/[Bradley], Francis (1780) copy donated to middle school"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0398

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Canon, James (1784)"Image taken: September 1978

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0399

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Canon, John (1794)"Image taken: April 1986

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0400

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Duglas, Joseph (1805)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0401

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Irwin, Edward (1790)"Image taken: April 1986

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0402

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Jamison, Thomas (1808) 2 on list, 1 in binder"Image taken: 2000s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0403

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Knox, James (1794)"Image taken: May 1979- April 1986

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0404

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Long, Captain John (1799)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0405

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Long, Peggy (1799)"Image taken: June 1979-2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0406

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: McGin, Ann (1797)"Image taken: May 1979

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0407

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Peel, Thomas (1795)"Image taken: May 1979

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0408

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: [Thompson]/Thomson, Captain James  (1781)"Image taken: April 1986

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0409

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Hopewell Presbyterian Church: Torrence, Isabella (1816)"Image taken: April 1986

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0410

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Pineville, Polk Family Cemetary: McCleary, Margaret (1763)"Image taken: 2000s

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0411

"North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, Pineville, Polk Family Cemetary: Polk, Maria (1791)"Image taken: April 1986

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

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North Carolina, Orange County, 1970s

11 images

Images depicting gravestones in Orange County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0412

"North Carolina, Orange County, Hillsborough, Eno Friends Graveyard: View of ruins of cemetery from north, thru Entrance (1975)"Image taken: February 1975

1 image

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Not included Patterson's selection documentation.

Image Folder PF-20026/0413

"North Carolina, Orange County, Hillsborough, Eno Friends Graveyard: C., Wm. (1791)"Image taken: February 1975

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0414

"North Carolina, Orange County, Hillsborough, Eno Friends Graveyard: Woodward, M.J.E. (1790s?)"Image taken: February 1975

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0415

"North Carolina, Orange County, Hurdle Mills, Little River Presbyterian Church: Brown, Margaret (1788)"Image taken: February 1975

2 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0416

"North Carolina, Orange County, Hurdle Mills, Little River Presbyterian Church:   Ray, Robert (1825)"Image taken: February 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0417

"North Carolina, Orange County, Durham, Mount Gilead Baptist Church: Sims, Marvin (1926)  "Image taken: February 1975

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Image Folder PF-20026/0418

"North Carolina, Orange County, Chapel Hill, New Hope Presbyterian Church: Craig, Cameron (1825)"Image taken: December 1974

1 image

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North Carolina, Randolph County, 1970s

11 images

Images depicting gravestones in Randolph County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0419

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary: Fox, Leonard (1766)"Image taken: November 1982

2 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0420

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary:  Fox, Margaret [Marjaret]"Image taken: November 1982

2 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0421

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary:  Fox, Sarah (1845)"Image taken: November 1982

1 image

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Not included Patterson's selection documentation.

Image Folder PF-20026/0422

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary: Morris, Margaret (1816)"Image taken: November 1982

2 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0423

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary: Ritesmon, Jacob (1811)"Image taken: November 1982

1 image

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Image Folder PF-20026/0424

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary: Ritsman, David (1841)"Image taken: November 1982

1 image

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Image Folder PF-20026/0425

"North Carolina, Randolph County, Liberty, Richland Cemetary: Staley, [daughter of W--?] (1825)"Image taken: November 1982

2 images

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North Carolina, Rowan County, 1970s-2000s

44 images

Images depicting gravestones in Rowan County, N.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0426

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church "Image taken: April 1986

1 image

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Image Folder PF-20026/0427

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Pile of footstones and broken headstones "Image taken: 2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0428

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Not identified slide 32"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0429

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Not Identified  slide 29"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0430

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Not Identified  slide 30"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0431

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Armstrong, Captain William (1780)"Image taken: May 1978

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Image Folder PF-20026/0432

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Biggs, John (1763)"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0433

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Bowman, William (1795)"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0434

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Brandon, Elizabeth  (1783)"Image taken: May 1978

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Image Folder PF-20026/0435

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Brandon, James (1781)"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0436

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Brandon, James (1781) DISCARDED STONES "Image taken: 1980s-1990s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0437

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Brandon, John and Elizabeth Lock (1756),(1760)"Image taken: 1990s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0438

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Brandon, John (1775)"Image taken: 2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0439

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Brandon, William and Mary Armstrong (1756), (1765)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0440

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Cathey, Alexander (1766)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0441

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Gibson, John (1777)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0442

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Gillespie, Jacob (1776)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0443

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Gillespie, Robert (1760)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0444

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Gillespie, Thomas and Naomi Gillespie (1797),(1797)"Image taken: May 1978-2000s

3 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0445

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Graham, Eleanor (1782)"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0446

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Graham, James and James Armstrong (1758),(1776)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0447

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Hart, Joseph (1773)"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0448

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Hughey, Mary (1781) "Image taken: April 1986

2 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0449

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: King, Samuel (1774)"Image taken: May 1978

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Image Folder PF-20026/0450

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Locke, Francis, Esq. (1823)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0451

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Lock, George (1776)"Image taken: April 1986

3 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0452

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: Locke, Matthew, Esq. (1801)"Image taken: April 1986

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Image Folder PF-20026/0453

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterain Church: McNeely, Isaac (1774)"Image taken: April 1986

2 images

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Not included Patterson's selection documentation.

Image Folder PF-20026/0454

"North Carolina, Rowan County, Salisbury, Old English Cemetary: Little, Daniel (1775)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

2 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Not included Patterson's selection documentation.

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South Carolina, Charleston County, 1985

10 images

Images depicting gravestones in Charleston County, S.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0455

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Churchyard"Image taken: June 1985

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Image Folder PF-20026/0456

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Unknown child (ca. 1775)"Image taken: June 1985

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Image Folder PF-20026/0457

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Dandridge, George (1764)"Image taken: June 1985

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Image Folder PF-20026/0458

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Ellis, John and Margaret Ellis (1758),(1765)"Image taken: June 1985

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Image Folder PF-20026/0459

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Ellis, John (1758)"Image taken: June 1985

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Image Folder PF-20026/0460

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Ellis, Thomas (1763)"Image taken: June 1985

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Image Folder PF-20026/0461

"South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston, Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground: Ellis, William (1753)"Image taken: June 1985

2 images

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South Carolina, Chester County, 1970s-1990s

43 images

Images depicting gravestones in Chester County, S.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0462

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church"Image taken: April 1999

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Image Folder PF-20026/0463

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Brown, Mary  (1779)"Image taken: June 1979

4 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0464

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Brown, Sarah  (1781)"Image taken: June 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0465

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Drennan, Agnus (1783)"Image taken: May 1979

7 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0466

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Drennan, Hugh (1802)"Image taken: June 1980

3 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0467

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Gill, Thomas (1808)"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0468

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: McChance, Samuel (1792)"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0469

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Millen, Elisabeth, alian Wilson; also Elisabeth Wilson, alias Mills (1785)"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0470

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Neel, Thomas (1793)"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0471

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Neely, Samuel (1762)"Image taken: June 1979-April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0472

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Porter, David (1780)"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0473

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Porter, William (1779) "Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0474

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Stright, Margaret, alias Paton (1788)"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0475

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Walker, [infant son] (1801)"Image taken: June 1979-April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0476

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: Walker, John (1802)"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0477

"South Carolina, Chester County, Chester, Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church: White, James and Jean White (1774),(1779)"Image taken: May 1979-June 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0478

"South Carolina, Chester County, Fort Lawn, Old Stone Cemetary: Cemetary"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0479

"South Carolina, Chester County, Fort Lawn, Old Stone Cemetary: Atkins, Elizabeth (1807)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0480

"South Carolina, Chester County, Fort Lawn, Old Stone Cemetary: Roninson, James (1787)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0481

"South Carolina, Chester County, Fort Lawn, Old Stone Cemetary: Robinson, Samuel (1781)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0482

"South Carolina, Chester County, Fort Lawn, Old Stone Cemetary: Simpson, William (1777)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0483

"South Carolina, Chester County, Fort Lawn, Old Stone Cemetary: Amith, James (1795)"Image taken: March 1996

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South Carolina, Lancaster County, 1970s-2000s

Images depicting gravestones in Lancaster County, S.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0484

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church:  Church "Image taken: April 1996

1 image

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Image Folder PF-20026/0485

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Churchyard "Image taken: March 1981

1 image

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Image Folder PF-20026/0486

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Davie Family Plot "Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0487

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Davie coat of Arms"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0488

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Memorial to Andrew Jackson, Sr. (1767) father of President Jackson"Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0489

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: memorial to Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson (1781) mother of President Jackson "Image taken: April 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0490

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Barkley, Major John (1796)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0491

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Barnet, Samuel and Angus Barnet (1774),(1778)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0492

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Barnet, Samuel (1774)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0493

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Blackwood, John"Image taken: June 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0494

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Blair, Jennet (1817)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0495

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Boyd, Sarah (1776)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0496

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Cairns, Alexander (1801)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0497

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Cairns, Robert (1801) "Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0498

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Carns, David Kilpatrick (1787)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0499

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Cousar, David (1807)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0500

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Cousart, Archibald (1791)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0501

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Crawford, Major Robert (1801)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0502

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Crockett, John (1800)"Image taken: March 1981

6 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0503

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Crockett, Margaret (1796)"Image taken: April 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0504

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Crockett, Robert and Jennet Crockett (1801),(1801)"Image taken: March 1996

3 images

Color 35mm Mounted Slides

Image Folder PF-20026/0505

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Crows, James (1775)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0506

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Davie, Mary (1767)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

4 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0507

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Donnom, Margaret (1805)"Image taken: March 1981

2 images

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Image Folder PF-20026/0508

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Donnom, Mary McRee (1809)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0509

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Dunlap , Elizabeth (1787)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0510

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Dunlap, Elizabeth and Cynthia Kid Dunlap (1789),(1791)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0511

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church:Dunlap, Elizabeth and Mary Dunlap (1789),(1789)"Image taken: March 1979-March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0512

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Dunlap, Mary (1989)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0513

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Dunlap, Robert (1773)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0514

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Dunlap, Samuel, Esq.  (1801)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0515

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Foster, Henry and Ann Foster (1797),(1795)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0516

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Foster, Joseph (1789)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0517

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Harper, Benjamin (1801)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0518

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Heron, Sarah (1790)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0519

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: McClellon, Samuel "Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0520

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Montgomery, Elizabeth and her infant Elizabth Dunlap Montgomery (1804),(1804)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0521

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Nelson, Lettice (1805) "Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0522

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Nisbett, Alexander and Agness Nisbett (1773),(1797)"Image taken: March 1996

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Image Folder PF-20026/0523

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Richardson, Rev. William (1771)"Image taken: 1990s-2000s

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Image Folder PF-20026/0524

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Somervill, James (1790)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0525

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Stephenson, John Jr. and Selina Caly Stephenson (1802),(1805)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0526

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church:   Thom, Margaret  (death unknown)"Image taken: March 1981

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Image Folder PF-20026/0527

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Walkup, Margaret, and James Walkup (1793),(1798)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0528

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Walkup, James (1798)"Image taken: March 1979

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Image Folder PF-20026/0529

"South Carolina, Lancaster County, Waxhaw, Waxhaw Presbyterian Church: Walkup, Margaret (1798)"Image taken: March 1979

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South Carolina, McCormick County, 1985

1 image

Images depicting gravestones in McCormick, S.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0530

"South Carolina, McCormick County, Troy, Long Cane Massacra Site: Calhoun, Catherine (1760)"Image taken: December 1997

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South Carolina, York County, 1970s-2000s

101 images

Images depicting gravestones in York County, S.C.

Processing note: Titles in quotation marks are from Patterson's original descriptions.

Image Folder PF-20026/0531

"South Carolina, York County, Clover, Beersheba Presbyterian Church: Adams, Jean (1806)"Image taken: May 1980

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Image Folder PF-20026/0532

"South Carolina, York County, Clover, Beersheba Presbyterian Church: Byers, Betsy (1803)"Image taken: May 1980

2 images

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Image Folder PF-2