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|Abstract||Frances Barefoot (1927-2019), a white hollerer, was the women's winner, with her chihuahua "Peanut," of the 1978 National Hollerin' Contest in Spivey's Corner, N.C. The collection consists of a scrapbook, photographic images, and audio and video recordings that document her participation in the contest.|
|Creator||Barefoot, Frances, 1927-2019|
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Frances McLeod Barefoot (1927-2019), a white hollerer, owned a nursery in Smithfield, N.C.Back to Top
Frances Barefoot (1927-2019), a white hollerer, was the women's winner, with her chihuahua "Peanut," of the 1978 National Hollerin' Contest in Spivey's Corner, N.C. The collection consists of a scrapbook, photographic images, and audio and video recordings that document her participation in the contest.Back to Top
|Image Folder PF-20657/1||
Hollerin' Contest, 1978, 1980 #20567-z, Series: "Frances Barefoot Collection, 1978, 1980." PF-20657/1
|SFC Audio Cassette FS-20567/1|
Processed by: Nancy Kaiser and Patrick Cullom, May 2019
Encoded by: Nancy Kaiser, May 2019
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