Betty Congleton papers

Abstract

The Betty Congleton papers (dated 1756-2006; 16 cubic feet; 37 boxes) consist of research files, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, diplomas, and memorabilia pertaining to Betty Congleton's career as a historian.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Betty Congleton papers
Creator
Congleton, Betty Carolyn
Extent
16 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Presbyterians -- Kentucky.
Journalism -- Kentucky.
Arrangement
Materials are organized by subject and arranged alphabetically or chronologically.
Finding Aid Author
Sarah K. Piester
Preferred Citation
2010ms038 : [identification of item], Betty Congleton papers, 1756-2006, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
A native of Beattyville, Kentucky, Betty Carolyn Congleton (1925-2002) was a graduate of Maryville College, Tennessee, and received her masters and PhD degrees in history from the University of Kentucky. She taught at Lafayette High School in Lexington, Kentucky, before joining the history faculty first at Memphis State University and then East Carolina University. Her research interests included Appalachian history; George D. Prentice (1802-1870), editor of the Louisville Journal; and Edward O. Guerrant (1838-1916), a Confederate Army officer, physician, and Presbyterian missionary.
Scope and Content
The Betty Congleton papers (dated 1756-2006; 16 cubic feet; 37 boxes) consist of research files, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, diplomas, and memorabilia pertaining to Betty Congleton's career as a historian. Congleton's papers include personal and professional correspondence as well as research notes regarding her research on George D. Prentice, Edward O. Guerrant, and Appalachian history.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Written permission to access "Domestic Missions: Edward O. Guerrant's Role in Evangelizing the Appalachian Highlands, 1882-1916" by Betty Congleton (box 35) must be received from Louise Congleton prior to consulting the manuscript.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, 1880-2002, undated

General correspondence consisting of personal letters from friends, past students, various institutions, Christmas cards, birthday cards and letters related to research inquiries. Some letters are from Edward O. Guerrant's grandson, Edward Guerrant. Also contains correspondence to and from various institutions and libraries requesting dissertation research materials related to George D. Prentice. Correspondence from Mary Quillen from Heidelberg, Kentucky. Personal papers as well as papers that pertain to Betty Congleton’s grandfather, Isaac Congleton, and other family members. Photographs, legal papers, land records, receipts and store records, poems, clippings, and school records.

General, 1940-2002, undated

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1940 December 22-1947 April 15

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1953 September 23-1959 December 20

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1960 January 24-September 8

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1961 February 16-December 11

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1962 January 14-December 11

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1963 March 6-December 17

  • Box 2, folder 4
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1964 January 2-December 29

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1965 January 1-December 15

  • Box 2, folder 6
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1966 January 3-December 31

  • Box 2, folder 7
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1967 January 4-September 21

  • Box 3, folder 1
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1967 October 20-December 24

  • Box 3, folder 2
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1968 January 2-December 22

  • Box 3, folder 3
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1969 January 10-December 27

  • Box 3, folder 4
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1970 January 19-May 28

  • Box 3, folder 5
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1970 June 17-December 26

  • Box 4, folder 1
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1971 January 12-March 30

  • Box 4, folder 2
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1971 April 1-May 31

  • Box 4, folder 3
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1971 June 3-August 30

  • Box 4, folder 4
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1971 September 7-October 22

  • Box 4, folder 5
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1971 November 6-December 29

  • Box 4, folder 6
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1972 January 6-June 29

  • Box 5, folder 1
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1972 July 6-December 26

  • Box 5, folder 2
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1973 January 8-April 20

  • Box 5, folder 3
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1973 May 1-December 27

  • Box 5, folder 4
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1974 January 2-May 31

  • Box 6, folder 1
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1974 June 2-September 30

  • Box 6, folder 2
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1974 October 7-December 31

  • Box 6, folder 3
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1975 January 2-May 31

  • Box 6, folder 4
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1975 June 5-August 29

  • Box 6, folder 5
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1975 September 2-October 31

  • Box 7, folder 1
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1975 November 1-December 24

  • Box 7, folder 2
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1976 January 2-April 19

  • Box 7, folder 3
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1976 May 4-October 22

  • Box 7, folder 4
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1976 November 17-December 29

  • Box 7, folder 5
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1977 January 12-May 18

  • Box 7, folder 6
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1977 June 4-December 16

  • Box 7, folder 7
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1978 January 2-July 28

  • Box 8, folder 1
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1978 August 5-December 30

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1979 January 4-June 29

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1979 July 9-December 28

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1980 January 4-December 31

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1981 January 2-May 28

  • Box 9, folder 1
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1981 July 2–December 29

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1982 January 3-June 24

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1982 July 26-December 30

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1983 January 4-May 8

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1983 June 26-December 29

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1984 January 6-December 20

  • Box 9, folder 7
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1985 January 31-November 26

  • Box 9, folder 8
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1986 January 7-October 24

  • Box 9, folder 9
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1987 May 13-December 29

  • Box 9, folder 10
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1988 January 5-December 21

  • Box 10, folder 1
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1989 January 23-June 26

  • Box 10, folder 2
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1989 July 3-October 31

  • Box 10, folder 3
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1990 January 22-December 27

  • Box 10, folder 4
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1991 January 10-December 16

  • Box 10, folder 5
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1992 March 27-1993 November 24

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1994 January 2-November 30

  • Box 10, folder 7
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1995 January 22-October 18

  • Box 10, folder 8
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1996 July 8-1999 September 27

  • Box 10, folder 9
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2000 January 14-November 30

  • Box 10, folder 10
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2001 April 28-2002 April 20

  • Box 10, folder 11
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George Denison Prentice, 1954-1992

1954 July 19-1956 November 21

  • Box 11, folder 2
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1959 November 6-December 18

  • Box 11, folder 3
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1960 January 5-January 29

  • Box 11, folder 4
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1960 February 2-February 29

  • Box 11, folder 5
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1960 March 1-April 26

  • Box 11, folder 6
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1960 May 4-1961 January 8

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1967 May 3-October 27

  • Box 11, folder 8
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1992 January 2

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Letter and comments to Kentucky Historical Society Editor from Congleton regarding “The Louisville Anzieger and the 1855 Bloody Monday Riots” essay.
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George D. Prentice, Original letter

  • Box 11, folder 1
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Publication

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The Whig Campaign of 1840: The editorial Policy of George D. Prentice (2 copies)
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Mary Quillen, 1964-1962

1964 April 6-1966 November 15

  • Box 12, folder 1
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1967 January 16-December 25

  • Box 12, folder 2
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1968 January 6-December 25

  • Box 12, folder 3
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1969 January 13-December 9

  • Box 12, folder 4
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1970 January 12-1972 January 11

  • Box 12, folder 5
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Family and personal papers, 1880-2002, undated

Book review, 1994 February 2

  • Box 13, folder 14
The Spirit of 1848 Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
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Congleton family papers, 1880-1939

  • Box 13, folder 1
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Course evaluations, undated

  • Box 13, folder 11
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Grade school and Sunday school papers, 1936 January 20-1940 June 22

  • Box 13, folder 2
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Jackson Academy and the Quest for Presbyterian Ascendency in Breathitt County - publication, undated

  • Box 13, folder 10
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Kentucky Encyclopedia , 1989 May 26-1991 May 21

  • Box 13, folder 13
Correspondence from John Kleber asking for entries and copies of her entries.
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Lafayette Junior High Student Directory, 1956-1957

  • Box 13, folder 3
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Medical letters and reports, 1964-1979

  • Box 13, folder 6
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Operations report by Louise Congleton, 1989 January

  • Box 13, folder 12
U.S. Information Agency – Voice of America Greenville Relay Station
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Personal items, 1942-1980

  • Box 13, folder 5
Membership cards, school records, and passport.
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Personal data: resume, undated

  • Box 13, folder 7
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Postcards, undated

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Rockefeller Fellowship: application materials and correspondence, 1975-1981

  • Box 13, folder 8
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Rockefeller Fellowship: press release, 1975 April 1

  • Box 13, folder 9
Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Fellowship, awarded to Betty Congleton.
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Spelling Made Practical for the Eighth Grade - publication, 1957

  • Box 13, folder 4
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Tape of Betty Congleton's memorial service, 2002 October 18

  • Box 13, folder 15
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Research materials, 1756-1992, undated

Letters, articles, copies of publications, etc. pertaining to Betty Congleton research of Edward O. Guerrant.

General, 1758-1987, undated

Contains general research information on a variety of topics including: Baptist churches, Presbyterian churches, E.O. Geurrant and others, etc. in the form of copies of letters, newspaper clippings, articles, etc.

Allen, Emma, 1987 September 2-August 12

  • Box 14, folder 1
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American Inland Mission – Christian Observer, 1898 June 15-1909 July 7

  • Box 14, folder 2
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Anderson, John T. & White, Maxcy Gregg

  • Box 14, folder 3
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Andrews, Mary - Newton Institute, Crystal Springs, Miss.

  • Box 14, folder 4
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Asheville Presbyterian – Day Schools and Sunday Schools

  • Box 14, folder 7
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Asheville Presbytery – Home Mission Work

  • Box 14, folder 5
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Australian Ministers – pages from 1965 directory, 1965

  • Box 14, folder 6
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Australian Student College of the Bible

  • Box 14, folder 8
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Bainbridge, Elisa N., Edmond T. Bainbridge, Drucilla Canter Langdon – death records

  • Box 14, folder 9
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Ball, Zephaniah

  • Box 14, folder 10
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Baptist – Early Kentucky Baptist Preachers

  • Box 14, folder 11
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Baptist and Presbyterian: History of/in Kentucky, etc.

  • Box 14, folder 12
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Barnes, George Without Scrip or Purse

  • Box 14, folder 13
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Barr, Blakey and Penrose

  • Box 14, folder 14
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Barrows, Irwin

  • Box 14, folder 15
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Bayless Memorial Church: Grayson, Kentucky

  • Box 14, folder 16
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Beach, Charles, Jr.: Beattyville, Kentucky

  • Box 14, folder 17
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Beattyville: Notes on letters to the Beattyville Enterprise, 1907 February 15-1913 November 21

  • Box 14, folder 18
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Beattyville Church, 1909

  • Box 14, folder 20
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Beattyville memories by Mrs. Stephen Combs, Jr., Whitesburg, Kentucky, 1901-1912

  • Box 14, folder 21
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Beattyville:The Ninaweb Inn, 1895

  • Box 14, folder 22
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Beattyville Presbyterian Church, 1890

  • Box 14, folder 23
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Beattyville, Kentucky letter from Nevyle Shackelford – photos of Chambers house, Heironymus family, George Heironymus – Circuit rider Methodist preacher, 1982

  • Box 14, folder 24
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Beck, Sarah Grier

  • Box 14, folder 25
Daughter of Robert Grier, former Justice of U.S. Supreme Court – served as a nurse during the Civil War. She founded the Christian & Missionary Alliance
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Bibliographies

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Bibiliography notes

  • Box 22, folder 34
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Boggs, Samuel Davies

  • Box 15, folder 1
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Book reviews

  • Box 14, folder 27
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Booneville, Kentucky

  • Box 15, folder 2
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Breathitt County, Bloody Breathitt, 1901 March 13-1908 February 26

  • Box 14, folder 29
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Breathitt County, Kentucky, 1899

  • Box 14, folder 28
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Breathitt County, Kentucky Union Land Railroad Company, 1890

  • Box 14, folder 30
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Broadhead, Julia

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Broadhead, Julia: Estate

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Brooks, Baxter M.

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Buckingham, James Silk

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Buckhorn – Christian Observer, 1903 September 23-1914 August 26

  • Box 15, folder 7
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Campbell, Rev. Robert – Mountain Whites

  • Box 15, folder 8
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Canoe diary

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Cassidy, Rev. Henry H., Pastor of Walnut Hill Church

  • Box 15, folder 10
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Caudill, Bernice Calmes, 1969

  • Box 15, folder 11
Wrote Pioneers of Eastern Kentucky Their Feuds and Settlements
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Centennial Days in Beattyville – written by Betty Congleton, 1970

  • Box 14, folder 19
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Central University Register – Richmond, Kentucky, 1934 April

  • Box 15, folder 12
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China Inland Mission

  • Box 15, folder 13
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Churches that folded

  • Box 15, folder 14
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Coates, H.W.-Stories of Kentucky Feuds

  • Box 15, folder 15
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Converse, Francis Bartlett

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Converse, James B.

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Combs, Josiah: The Kentucky Highlanders

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Cone, Carl: letters, 1965 July 28-1981 October 10

  • Box 15, folder 20
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Cooper, W. B., Pastor of Walnut Hill Church

  • Box 15, folder 18
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Craig, E.M., 1927

  • Box 15, folder 21
Pages from“Highways and Byways of Appalachia “ “Of Our Own Household” Assembly’s Mountain School of Kentucky
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Crawford, Miles N.

  • Box 15, folder 22
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Dickey, J.J.- Pages from Thoughts in Rhyme

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Dubose, Louise

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DuRant, Robert R.

  • Box 15, folder 25
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Elkatawa, Kentucky

  • Box 15, folder 26
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French Broad River, The - notes

  • Box 19, folder 1
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Feuds – E.O. Guerrant at Athol, 1903-1904

  • Box 19, folder 2
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Feuds – French and Eversole, 1899

  • Box 19, folder 3
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Galax – Gatherers

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Garrison, W.E. – Religion Follow the Frontier

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Gordon family information

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Graham, Charles Edward – obituary, 1922

  • Box 19, folder 7
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Hieronymus, Rev. Joe

  • Box 19, folder 8
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Highland Hospital, 1912 August 14

  • Box 19, folder 11
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Hindman Settlement School

  • Box 19, folder 9
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Home Missions Executive Committee Annual Reports, 1913 -1921

  • Box 19, folder 12
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Hoss, Bishop E.E., The Mountain Whites, 1905 January 12

  • Box 19, folder 14
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Howard, Oliver Otis, 1902 October 1-1909 November 10

  • Box 19, folder 15
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Irving, Agnes K. - Principal of The Charleston Orphan House

  • Box 19, folder 16
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Jackson, Kentucky Church, 1870-1960

  • Box 19, folder 17
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Jackson, Kentucky – History of Jackson Presbyterian Church, 1884

  • Box 19, folder 18
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Jackson Presbyterian Church- Life and Letters of Walter W. Moore by J. McAllister’s

  • Box 19, folder 19
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Johnson, E. Polk, The Real Kentucky Mountaineer (copied from A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, Volume I)

  • Box 19, folder 20
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Johnson, Samuel, Life in the Kentucky Mountains by a Mountaineer

  • Box 19, folder 21
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Kentucky Baptist – History of, Volume I, J.H. Spencer

  • Box 19, folder 22
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Kentucky Land Grants – pages from by W.R. Jillson

  • Box 19, folder 24
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Kentucky Union Land Railroad and Central University from Louisville Courier Journal articles, 1881

  • Box 19, folder 25
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Kincaid, Robert, Boom in the Wilderness

  • Box 19, folder 23
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Lees College

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Lees College- notes and articles, 1897-1901

  • Box 19, folder 26
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Lee County, Episcopal Church

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Letcher County, Kentucky

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Letcher County Kentucky – History of, by I.A. Bowles

  • Box 20, folder 4
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Life Among the Hills and Mountain of Kentucky

  • Box 22, folder 17
Theories of origin of the southern Appalachian mountaineers.
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Lilly murder - notes

  • Box 20, folder 5
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Marcum, J.B. - assassination articles, 1903

  • Box 20, folder 6
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Massie, Mrs. W.W. – Paris, Kentucky – Will

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McDowell, Charles R. and McDowell, Mrs. Lettie C.: Obituaries, 1916 August 21-1956 September 27

  • Box 14, folder 31
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McGuire Memorial Presbyterian Church – l00th Anniversary, Beattyville, Kentucky

  • Box 20, folder 8
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Missionary Survey, 1915

  • Box 20, folder 9
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Missionary Survey, 1916

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Mountain Whites – Christian Observer The Reason Why by Dr. E.O. Guerrant – pages 4-12, 1899 February 2-1916 January 26

  • Box 20, folder 11
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Nowack family, 1943 December 10-1954 October 9, 1987

  • Box 20, folder 12
Letters written by Betty Congleton – regarding information the Nowack family
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Nowack, Mrs. W.M. - letters from and to Betty Congleton regarding Nowack family, 1987 July 23-August 24

  • Box 20, folder 13
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Oliver, Herman B.

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Patterson, Alex

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Perry County – The Story of Hazard, Kentucky by Louis Pilcher

  • Box 20, folder 17
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Perry County – history

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Perry, George W. – A Trip to France: The World War I Diary manuscript edited by Betty Congleton

  • Box 20, folder 16
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Pioneer Women of the Presbyterian Church

  • Box 20, folder 19
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Piper, Mary Thomas

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Plantz, Katherine

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Posey, Walter – note cards

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Presbyterian Church, First – Lexington - notes

  • Box 21, folder 1
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Presbyterian Church, First – Greenville, North Carolina, yearbook, 1966-1967

  • Box 21, folder 4
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Presbyterian Church, History of West Lexington- by C.T. Thompson

  • Box 21, folder 6
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Presbyterian Church in Louisville Rev. Edward Warren

  • Box 20, folder 24
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Presbyterian Church – Minutes of the General Assembly, 1911-1916

  • Box 21, folder 2
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Presbyterian Churches and ministers, West Lexington

  • Box 20, folder 25
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Presbyterian Home Mission in Kentucky – Rev. Cochrane Hunt

  • Box 20, folder 23
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Presbyterian Church – Salem Black River, 1758-1959

  • Box 21, folder 5
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Presbyterian Church, West – Nicholasville, 1875 April 17

  • Box 21, folder 3
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Proctor Settlement House, Lexington Herald, 1902

  • Box 21, folder 7
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Pryse, Thomas – Lee County Kentucky – History of – letter from Dr. Roscoe C. Pryse

  • Box 21, folder 8
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Robinson, College (some original materials), 1914

  • Box 21, folder 10
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Robinson, Stuart – Louisville Courier Journal, 1881 October 6

  • Box 21, folder 9
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Robinson, Stuart memorial to by Rev. J.N. Saunders, 1883

  • Box 21, folder 11
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Reaves, Carrie, Marion County, South Carolina

  • Box 21, folder 12
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Rousseau, Kentucky, 1895-1896

  • Box 21, folder 13
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Saunders, Louise

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Saunders, Miles – letter from Charlie R. McElroy, Springfield Presbyterian Church, 1903

  • Box 21, folder 15
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Saunders, Miles – articles from Christian Observer (photocopies), 1898-1901

  • Box 21, folder 16
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Smith, George C. – death of, 1908

  • Box 21, folder 17
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Soul Winner, The, 1927 May

  • Box 21, folder 18
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Soul Winner, The – subscribers - notes

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Soul Winner Society workers - notes

  • Box 21, folder 20
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Springfield Church, Bath County, Kentucky

  • Box 21, folder 21
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Stanton, Kentucky, church, 1891-1892

  • Box 21, folder 22
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Stone Coal Regular Baptist Church, Floyd County, Kentucky

  • Box 21, folder 23
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Summers, Mrs. Fannie (Tucker) Georgetown Presbyterian Church, Georgetown, Kentucky

  • Box 21, folder 24
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Sweet, W.W. – Baptists in America, 1783-1830

  • Box 21, folder 25
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Sweet, W.W. – The Methodist System

  • Box 21, folder 26
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Sweet, W.W. - Presbyterian Religion on the Frontier

  • Box 21, folder 27
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Synod of Appalachia

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Synod of Kentucky, minutes, 1878-1879

  • Box 21, folder 30
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Synod of Kentucky, minutes, 1882-1916

  • Box 21, folder 29
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Talmage, Frank Dewitt, visit to the Highland- notes

  • Box 21, folder 31
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Taylor, Hudson - Taylor-Made for China

  • Box 22, folder 1
Article from "Worldwide Challenge"
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Tennessee – Cocke County, black schools

  • Box 22, folder 5
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Tennessee – Early Baptists

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Tennessee - Ebenezer Mission, 1905 May-1989 April 27

  • Box 22, folder 8
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Tennessee – Mary Andrew’s Chapel

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Tennessee – and North Carolina railroads

  • Box 22, folder 6
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Tennessee – Rev. A.J. Berry

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Tennessee – Rev. A.S. Douk – Piney Flat, 1874 July 20

  • Box 22, folder 7
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Tennessee – North Carolina, Ginseng, Herbs

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Tennessee – North Carolina, Missions

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Tennessee and North Carolina, Mountains

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Tennessee and North Carolina – Scottish Carolina and Land Company

  • Box 22, folder 11
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Tennessee – Sullivan County, E. Tennessee Religion – E.O. Guerrant visit, 1879

  • Box 22, folder 14
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Tennessee – Sullivan County – letters from A.S. Douk, 1874 July 20-1902 May 13

  • Box 22, folder 15
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Tennessee – Synod of Nashville – Smoky Mt. Seminary

  • Box 22, folder 13
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Terrell, L.M. – affiliation with the Y.M.C.A. and the Student Volunteer Movement

  • Box 22, folder 16
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Thompson, Ernest Trice – Presbyterian Church

  • Box 22, folder 21
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Todd, Mattie Dee – The Log Cabin

  • Box 22, folder 18
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Treadway, Capt. M.J., 1911 March 3-April 23

  • Box 22, folder 20
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Troy Church, Wilmore, Kentucky

  • Box 22, folder 19
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Truax, Cordelia

  • Box 22, folder 22
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Virginia, Patrick County, 1904 June-1987 August 18

  • Box 22, folder 23
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Wardlaw, Mary Hoge

  • Box 22, folder 25
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Wardwell, Marcy, 1890-1988

  • Box 22, folder 24
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Warren, Charles Dudley, On Horseback, 1888

  • Box 19, folder 13
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Weeks, Lewis, Kentucky Presbyterian

  • Box 22, folder 26
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Wells, Charles Ellsworth, obituary

  • Box 22, folder 27
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Whitesburg, Kentucky – History of Kentucky Presbyterian Church, 1891-1945

  • Box 22, folder 28
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Williams, Cratis D. – The Southern Mountains in Fact and Fiction

  • Box 22, folder 29
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Witherspoon columns in Christian Observer, 1895-1896

  • Box 19, folder 10
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Women of the Mountains – by Rev. Edgar Tufts

  • Box 22, folder 30
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Women Who Gave-from Christian Observer

  • Box 22, folder 31
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Wood, John and Lenora, 1988 March 29-April 20

  • Box 22, folder 32
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Young, Bennett H. Presbyterian Evangelistic Work

  • Box 22, folder 33
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North Carolina, 1880-1992, undated

Research materials relating to North Carolina and surrounding areas. Includes articles, correspondence, meeting minutes, etc.

Agriculture and stagecoach notes- as in western North Carolina

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Asheville, North Carolina-notes

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Asheville, North Carolina, Railroads and lumber barons-articles

  • Box 23, folder 6
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Asheville and Western North Carolina Hotels-notes and articles, 1880s

  • Box 23, folder 5
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Catoloochee, North Carolina-notes

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Clarendon County, South Carolina–notes, articles and writings

  • Box 23, folder 29
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Cloudland Hotel, Roan Mountain-articles and notes

  • Box 23, folder 8
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East Carolina University - newsletters, programs, and minutes, 1973-1992

  • Box 23, folder 2
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Education in North Carolina Mountains-articles by Marley

  • Box 23, folder 9
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Haywood County-notes and articles

  • Box 23, folder 10
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Industry – Western North Carolina

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Lumber industry in Great Smokies-notes and articles

  • Box 23, folder 12
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Lumbering in Western North Carolina-notes and writings

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Madison and Clay counties-notes and writings

  • Box 23, folder 14
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Map of Appalachian from W.D. Cotton

  • Box 23, folder 17
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Mining in western North Carolina to 1880-notes

  • Box 23, folder 15
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Mission workers, South Carolina

  • Box 23, folder 16
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Mitchell County – correspondence, notes, photocopied articles

  • Box 23, folder 18
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Mountain ranges and peaks in North Carolina and Tennessee

  • Box 23, folder 19
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North Carolina and East Tennessee Religion–notes and articles

  • Box 23, folder 22
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Plumtree – Banner Elk, and Elizabeth McRae Institute - articles from Christian Observer

  • Box 23, folder 20
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Schools in western North Carolina-notes and articles

  • Box 23, folder 23
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Soul Winners Society–Clay County, North Carolina-notes and articles, 1901

  • Box 23, folder 24
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Welcome to the Francis McNairy House - the Greensboro Historical Museum

  • Box 23, folder 1
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Western railroads –notes and writings

  • Box 23, folder 21
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Yancey County, E.O. Guerrant first trip article, 1901

  • Box 23, folder 26
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Yancey County, History and Geography of

  • Box 23, folder 25
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Yancey County and Mitchell County – articles, other writing and notes

  • Box 23, folder 28
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Yancey County – schools and timber-notes and articles

  • Box 23, folder 27
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Guerrant, Edward O., 1854-2006, undated

Letters, diary pages, articles, etc. Contains both original Guerrant material as well as research material on Guerrant collected by Betty Congleton. Research material is mainly comprised of photocopies and contains Betty Congleton notes.

Original material, 1858-1981

4th of July in the Kentucky Cumberlands: The other side of Bloody Breathitt-letter, signed A Visitor

  • Box 26, folder 4
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Baptism: Mode and Design--Book belonging to Guerrant, 1886

  • Box 26, folder 10
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Biographical information on E.O. Guerrant in his own hand

  • Box 24, folder 15
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Book The Romance of Home Missions by S.L. Morris, 1924

  • Box 24, folder 1
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Cemetary Board Minute book of E.O. Guerrant, 1871-1874

  • Box 24, folder 2
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Centre College, E.O. Guerrant-letters and material and Betty Congleton notes, 1858-1859

  • Box 24, folder 11
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Correspondence about receiving payment on the cottage on Bear Creek – Received from Ruth Green, 1981

  • Box 26, folder 1
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Guerrant, Edward O.-Manuscripts, writings and letters, 1890

  • Box 24, folder 13
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Guerrant letter to brother Parmelee, 1899 August 8

  • Box 24, folder 6
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Guerrant correspondence and notes, 1894–1911

  • Box 26, folder 5
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Guerrant notes on Worldly amusements such as dancing, gambling, love of money, alcohol, etc.

  • Box 24, folder 14
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Highland College – drawing of Breckinridge Hall

  • Box 26, folder 12
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Highland Institution: A Lengthened Shadow by Rev. Dr. Robert W. Miles, Lexington, Kentucky

  • Box 24, folder 9
Pamphlet with personal note written to Mrs. Guerrant on verso by Mabel Hall
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Lecture cards: University of Pennsylvania and Jefferson Medical College, 1864-1866

  • Box 26, folder 7
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Letters from Dr. Henry E. Guerrant to his son E.O. Guerrant, 1859 June 8-1875 June 1

  • Box 24, folder 3
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Letters from E.O. Guerrant to his wife Mary, 1880 July 21-1903 October 18

  • Box 24, folder 5
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Letters from E.O. Guerrant’s son Marshall, Newspaper articles about candidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1899

  • Box 24, folder 7
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Letters to E.O. Guerrant, 1867 January 25-1892 December 22

  • Box 26, folder 3
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Letters to E.O. Guerrant, 1899 August 17-1916 April 11

  • Box 24, folder 16
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Letter from Fred C. Chamberlin, Boston, MA, Lincoln Memorial University, 1904 May 3

  • Box 26, folder 2
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Letters from Mary Guerrant to her husband E.O. Guerrant, 1873 September 30-1875 January 9

  • Box 24, folder 4
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Letters to Mary Guerrant; Hampden-Sidney College, from J. Thornton and from her brother Bruce DeVault in Bristol, Virginia

  • Box 24, folder 8
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Letter to Mary and Edward Guerrant from cousin R.E. Thompson in Springhill, Tennessee, 1868 December 25

  • Box 24, folder 10
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Memoranda Ledger, Wilmore, Kentucky, 1896

  • Box 26, folder 11
Belonged to Guerrant
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Poems

  • Box 26, folder 6
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Presbytery of West Lexington, Minutes of, 1898 April 5

  • Box 26, folder 8
Appointing Dr. Guerrant as an Evangelist at the Wilmore Church
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Society of Soul Winners, Material on

  • Box 24, folder 12
Annual reports, Value of the principle station of the American Inland Missions, List of deeds held, facts about the works of the Society, reports, dedication of the church on the Canoe, a small branch of the Kentucky River. Printed pamphlets about the Society
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Reason Why, The - pamphlet by Edward O. Guerrant

  • Box 26, folder 9
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Tracts - by E.O. Guerrant

  • Box 33, folder 1-2
Two volumes, bound pamphlets written by Guerrant for the Society of Soul Winners. Written on inside covers of each volume: Mrs. Peter D. Guerrant. 2233 Santa Rose Cir. Altadena, Calif
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Research material, 1854-2006, undated

General - letters, 1879-1885

  • Box 16, folder 8
From J. H. Morrison, from Mrs. Guerrant, from Christian Observer, to son, from son Marshall
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General - letters, 1863 February 3-1968 May 31

  • Box 17, folder 18
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General - Notes, letters and articles

  • Box 18, folder 8
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143rd Annual Session of the Kehukee Primitive Baptist Association, Minutes of the, 1906-1908

  • Box 26, folder 24
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Abner Harris, John - Notes

  • Box 18, folder 22
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American Bible Society, 1894

  • Box 17, folder 14
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Baltimore Sun, The- article by Guerrant (Photostats), 1902 November 3-4

  • Box 26, folder 23
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Beattyville, Kentucky

  • Box 18, folder 14
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Bedinger, E.W. - letters, 1892 April 20-1897 October 16

  • Box 17, folder 19
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Breathitt county, Kentucky - Notes on visits , 1899

  • Box 18, folder 1
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Breathitt County, Lost Creek, Middle Fork, 1896

  • Box 17, folder 12
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Breathitt County, Kentucky – Quicksand, Rousseau, Middle Fork, Frozen Creek- Letters to Guerrant

  • Box 18, folder 13
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Buckhorn, Middle Fork and Turkey Creek - Notes on, 1904

  • Box 18, folder 2
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Called to Harrodsburg - letter, 1877 April 18

  • Box 16, folder 9
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Campbell, R. F.- letters to Guerrant, 1901 May 31-1913 September 1

  • Box 26, folder 25
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Centre College, Guerrant articles written at

  • Box 16, folder 1
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Centre College years – letters, 1856-1859

  • Box 17, folder 7
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Centre College years, Henry Ellis – letters, 1856-1860

  • Box 17, folder 8
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Christian Observer - publicity, 1911-1915

  • Box 17, folder 22
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Christian Observer, Southern Evangelist and Presbyterian Standard; letters from, 1890-1914

  • Box 16, folder 2
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Clay City, Kentucky

  • Box 17, folder 13
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Cooper, W.B., Jackson Church, Dickey School

  • Box 18, folder 17
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Devault, Mary Jan - letters to/from E.O. Guerrant, Harrah and Debard, Mt Sterling, Kentucky receipt, and Home Mutual Life Insurance Company physician certificate, 1864-1865

  • Box 17, folder 17
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Diary pages, 1863

  • Box 16, folder 13
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Diary pages, 1904-1908

  • Box 16, folder 4
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Diary pages; decision to leave army

  • Box 16, folder 5
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Diary pages; Dunkards, 1864 September 11

  • Box 16, folder 17
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Diary pages; Estill County Furnace, 1864

  • Box 16, folder 20
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Diary pages; Jackson, Kentucky, 1863

  • Box 16, folder 15
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Diary pages; going to Kentucky from England, 1863

  • Box 16, folder 14
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Diary pages; Lambrie, Crochetteville, Turner’s Creek, General Howard’s visit, 1900-1902

  • Box 16, folder 3
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Diary pages; Lee County, Rock Lick School, 1901-1909

  • Box 16, folder 22
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Diary pages; soldiering in East Tennessee, 1864

  • Box 16, folder 18
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Diary pages; starvation at Whitesburg

  • Box 16, folder 6
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Diary pages; letters to Tom Pickett, Hazel Green, leaving for Germany, decision to leave the army, 1863-1864

  • Box 16, folder 16
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Diary pages; visit to Beattyville, Kentucky, 1887 July

  • Box 16, folder 21
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Diary pages; visit to Natural Bridge, Virginia, 1864

  • Box 16, folder 19
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Edward Owings Guerrant: Advocate and Architect of Presbyterian Domestic Missions in Kentucky - paper by Congleton

  • Box 18, folder 5
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Evangelistic Committee, Report, 1882-1885

  • Box 16, folder 11
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Executive Committee of Home Missions, Report of the, 1907-1920

  • Box 18, folder 9
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First Presbyterian Church, Asheville, North Carolina

  • Box 26, folder 26
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First Presbyterian Church, Hazard, Kentucky - letters and research materials, 1894-1899

  • Box 18, folder 19
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First Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Kentucky - Notes and letters on, 1878

  • Box 18, folder 3
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Grayson, Kentucky, Carter county - letters, 1882-1891

  • Box 16, folder 7
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Groves, Coleman O. - Biographicial sketch of Edward O. Guerrant, 1943

  • Box 17, folder 26
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Guerrant children education, Notes on

  • Box 17, folder 15
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(Guerrant ) Green, Mrs. Norvin E. - letters to Robert Stuart Sanders, 1946 December 14

  • Box 18, folder 16
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Guerrant, Dr. E.O. - Memorial services

  • Box 17, folder 16
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Guerrant, E. O., Jr. to Betty Congleton - letters from, 1971 July 24-1977 October 16

  • Box 26, folder 31
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Guerrant, E. O. - Research notes and letters about

  • Box 18, folder 10
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Guerrant, Julia Bullard: Death information, 2006

  • Box 26, folder 22
Wife of E.O. Guerrant Jr.
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Guerrant, Mary D. - diary pages, 1869-1870

  • Box 17, folder 20
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Guerrant, Mary D. - interview

  • Box 17, folder 21
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Hager, Samuel E. - Kentucky Missionary to Japan

  • Box 18, folder 18
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Hamilton, Lizzette – Christian Observer article by E.O. Guerrant, 1913 August 13

  • Box 17, folder 3
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Haney, Cynthia Burnett

  • Box 18, folder 20
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Hargis-Cockerell Feud and the Death of Judge James Hargis, 1916

  • Box 18, folder 21
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Hazard, Kentucky, Perry county, 1892-1894

  • Box 17, folder 4
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Heidelberg, Community of- Guerrant Diary and Congleton notes, 1903-1907

  • Box 27, folder 16
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Highland Orphanage, Memorial Gifts for -letters to Guerrant, 1908-1914

  • Box 27, folder 10
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Howard, Oliver Otis – letters to/from Guerrant, 1902-1904

  • Box 26, folder 14
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Irvine, Kentucky – letters to Dr. Guerrant and general information, 1882-1900

  • Box 26, folder 15
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King, Rev. R.F. – letter to Dr. Guerrant and memorial information, 1901 October 16

  • Box 26, folder 13
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Lee County – Twin Creek and Whitesburg

  • Box 26, folder 16
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Macedonian Cry, The - article by Guerrant

  • Box 17, folder 5
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McElroy, Addison - letter, 1899

  • Box 17, folder 24
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McElroy, Rev. L.S. – letters to Guerrant, 1891 April 18-1901 July 31

  • Box 27, folder 15
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McKenney, Tom - Essay on Edward O. Guerrant and Leanora Wood, 1988

  • Box 18, folder 7
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Medical school years - letters, 1866-1867

  • Box 17, folder 9
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Michel, Eugene P. - letters, 1882 June 13-1897 July 16

  • Box 18, folder 23
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Mickel, Eugene P. – letters to Guerrant, 1883 September 20-1886 August 10

  • Box 27, folder 8
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Mickel, Eugene P. and A.J. Vance – letters to Guerrant , 1882 May-1895 May 23

  • Box 27, folder 9
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McElroy, I. S.- letter to Guerrant, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1899

  • Box 26, folder 28
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Moore, Elias - letters to Guerrant, 1899 May 9-1900 March 1

  • Box 27, folder 11
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Morehead, Kentucky – letters to Guerrant and other materials, 1881-1891

  • Box 27, folder 12
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Mt. Sterling Church, 1876-1900

  • Box 27, folder 14
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Murdock, Harvey – letters to Guerrant, 1901-1902

  • Box 27, folder 13
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Negro girl, property of H.E. Guerrant children - letter about, 1854

  • Box 18, folder 12
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Olive Hill

  • Box 26, folder 17
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Orphan’s Home, Clay City, Kentucky

  • Box 26, folder 20
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Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky

  • Box 26, folder 18
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Parmalees family

  • Box 26, folder 19
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Pineville, Kentucky

  • Box 26, folder 21
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Presbytery notes

  • Box 18, folder 6
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Proctor Bill - Guerrant article and notes, 1903

  • Box 18, folder 11
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Punchon Camp/Highland Hospital

  • Box 27, folder 17
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Saunders, Miles, 1882-1901

  • Box 27, folder 7
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Seminary years - letters, 1873

  • Box 17, folder 10
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Seminary years - letters, 1874-1875

  • Box 17, folder 11
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Speeches on Confederacy

  • Box 16, folder 12
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Soul Winners- letters from Women Volunteers, 1900 April 27-1909 July 15

  • Box 27, folder 5
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Soul Winners - Tribute to Guerrant

  • Box 18, folder 15
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Soul Winner Society – articles and letters

  • Box 27, folder 6
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St. Helens, Kentucky – History of Presbyterian Church - letters to Dr. Guerrrant, 1891 July 7-July 11

  • Box 27, folder 3
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Sullivan County, Tennessee - letters

  • Box 17, folder 1
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Talbot, Addison - letters, 1899 April 12-1901 October 26

  • Box 17, folder 23
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Wayside Evangel, The – Soul Winners, 1900

  • Box 27, folder 4
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Whitesburg, Kentucky, 1883-1897

  • Box 27, folder 2
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Wilson, Governor Augustus E. - letters, 1910-1911

  • Box 17, folder 25
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Witherspoon, T.D. – letters, 1895 April 1-1897 January

  • Box 26, folder 30
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Witherspoon, T.D.- letters to Guerrant, about Executive Committee Evangelistic, 1883 December 4-1887 July 20

  • Box 26, folder 29
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Wilmore Kentucky Church, 1894 May 20-1915 November 10

  • Box 27, folder 1
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Woodford County, Kentucky - Guerrants living in

  • Box 17, folder 2
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Woods, Henry M. - letter to Guerrant, 1882

  • Box 18, folder 4
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Young, Adolphus P. and H. Marshall - letters, 1873

  • Box 17, folder 6
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Young, Bennett H., 1890 July 25

  • Box 26, folder 27
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Witherspoon, T.D. and I.S. Mc Elroy - letters, 1898-1901

  • Box 16, folder 10
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Publications, 1902-1993, undated

General publications from North Carolina, Kentucky, and some Guerrant related.

General

  • Box 27, folder 21
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Back Home in Kentucky Magazine, 1989 July/August

  • Box 27, folder 20
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Beechwood Seminary and Carrie DuRant Reaves, a Teacher from Clarendon County, South Carolina , undated

  • Box 29, folder 1A
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Blessings of the Past…Promise of the Future, First Presbyterian Church, Greenville, N.C. , 1989

  • Box 28, folder 20
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Breathitt County Journal , 1988-1990

  • Box 28, folder 8
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Business and Professional Women’s Club mailer yearbooks– Greenville, N.C., 1971-1978

  • Box 28, folder 5
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Carolina Comments , 1981 January

  • Box 28, folder 18
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Department of History: East Carolina University, brochure

  • Box 28, folder 2
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Department of History Newsletter, University of Kentucky, 1976-1977

  • Box 28, folder 19
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Early Pioneers on the Three Forks of the Kentucky River by Miles Nicholas Crawford

  • Box 28, folder 9
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East Carolina University booklets

  • Box 28, folder 14
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ECU Magazine, 1987-1988

  • Box 27, folder 19
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Filson Club History Quarterly , 1967 April, 1993 October

  • Box 28, folder 6
Contains Betty Congleton article “Texas Annexation and War with Mexico –A Kentucky Editor’s Analysis
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Frontier Nursing Service, pamphlet, 1981

  • Box 28, folder 11
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Honors Day, University of Kentucky; University of Kentucky Commencement, 1948, 1962

  • Box 28, folder 10
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John Jay Dickey Diary (copy) inventory

  • Box 28, folder 13
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Kentucky Bicentennial Book Shelf

  • Box 28, folder 4
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Bulletin of the Kentucky Historical Society , 1979, 1990

  • Box 27, folder 18
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Lees Lamplighter, Lees College, 1982-1983

  • Box 28, folder 16
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Maryville College Handbook, 1944-1945

  • Box 28, folder 3
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North Carolina Women’s History Project

  • Box 28, folder 17
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Political Campaign Torches by Herbert Collins, 1964

  • Box 28, folder 12
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Robinson Substation: A Short History by Nevyle Shackerford

  • Box 28, folder 1
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Saturday Review – William Faulkner, 1962 July 28

  • Box 27, folder 22
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Should Al Smith Be President? booklet

  • Box 28, folder 15
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The Soul Winner - 3 bound volumes, 1902–1916

  • Box 25, item 1-3
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Time Was: An Album for the Bicentennial, Knott County, Kentucky, 1976

  • Box 28, folder 7
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Photographs, 1910-1918, undated

Photographs of various formats relating to the Congleton family, Guerrant missions, and others.

General

  • Box 30, folder 3-4
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Clinton, Bill and Hillary

  • Box 30, folder 5
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Coal Camp

  • Box 30, folder 1
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Combs, Earle - outfielder, N.Y. Yankees

  • Box 30, folder 9
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Congleton, Betty and sister Louise

  • Box 30, folder 2
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Congleton family

  • Box 29, folder 2-4
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Ebenezer Mission - Del Rio, Tennessee, 1910

  • Box 29, folder 9
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Highland College, Guerrant, Breathitt County, Kentucky and college publications

  • Box 30, folder 10
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The Loyal Highlanders, with Mrs. Wells in the center

  • Box 30, folder 11
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Patterson, Rev. Alexander T.H. Jones – photographer, The Nina Web Inn, Lee County Court House, St. Thomas’ Church, Episcopal

  • Box 30, folder 7
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Presbyterian Church, Baptist Churches and Nina Weg Inn, Beattyville, Kentucky

  • Box 30, folder 8
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Sanders, Alexander, H.H. Harris and others, 1918

  • Box 29, folder 5
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Sanders, Alexander – Irvine Christian Church, 1912

  • Box 29, folder 7
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Teachers in Lee County – in a Teachers Institute conducted by Prof. H.H. Harris

  • Box 29, folder 6
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Unidentified man

  • Box 29, folder 1
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Wood, Mrs. Leonora Whitaker

  • Box 29, folder 8
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Various missions by Guerrant

  • Box 30, folder 6
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Dissertation, 1912-1920s, undated

Dissertation of Betty Congleton. Contains research materials and notes by chapter and completed dissertation.

Research material by chapter , 1912-1920s, undated

Outline for Guerrant book and notes

  • Box 34, folder 1
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Chapter One

  • Box 34, folder 2
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Chapter Two; Research notes

  • Box 34, folder 3
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Chapter Two; Additional notes

  • Box 34, folder 4
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Chapter Two; Carl Cone's comments

  • Box 34, folder 5
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Chapter Two; Second Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Kentucky

  • Box 34, folder 6
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Chapter Two; Sarah Leona Blake

  • Box 34, folder 7
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Chapter Four; Breathitt County; In the Land of Breathitt

  • Box 34, folder 8
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Chapter Four; Parson's MSS, Breathitt County

  • Box 34, folder 9
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Chapter Five; Pastors for Breathitt County

  • Box 34, folder 10
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Chapter Six; L.H. Blanton

  • Box 34, folder 11
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Chapter Six; Longenecker diary, Beechwood Seminary

  • Box 34, folder 12
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Chapter Six; Beechwood Seminary, 1920s

  • Box 34, folder 13
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Chapter Six; Beechwood Seminary

  • Box 34, folder 14
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Chapter Six; Carrie Reaves Dormitory

  • Box 34, folder 15
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Chapter Six; Beechwood, 1912-1913

  • Box 34, folder 16
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Chapter Seven and Eight; Rev. E.W. Bedinger, Clay City and Perry County

  • Box 34, folder 17
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Chapter Eight; Big Creek

  • Box 34, folder 18
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Chapter Eight; Chavies Church, Perry County

  • Box 34, folder 19
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Chapter Ten; Notes

  • Box 34, folder 20
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“Domestic Missions – Edward O. Guerrant’s Role in Evangelizing The Appalachian Highlanders, 1882-1916”

  • Box 35, folder 1-4
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Newspaper clippings, 1895-1999

General newspaper clippings and pages from Congleton family.

General, 1983-1999

  • Box 31, folder 7
An arrary of articles from the Beattyville, Kentucky newspaper, The Daily Reflector, a North Carolina newspaper, and the Lexington Herald-Leader. Some relating to Hazel Green school.
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General, 1963-1999

  • Box 32, folder 2
Articles from Kentucky and North Carolina newspapers on a variety of topics; historical, fishing, and other general topics.
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General, 1895-1972

  • Box 32, folder 5
Full newspaper pages and clippings from the Jackson Hustler newspaper, the Louisville Evening Post newspaper, the Louisville Dispatch newspaper, the Louisville Commercial newspaper, and the Daily Reflector, a North Carolina newspaper.
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General, 1895-1975

  • Box 32, folder 6
Full newspaper pages and clippings from the Beattyville Enterprise.
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General, 1908-1963

  • Box 32, folder 8
Full newspaper pages and clippings from the Courier-Journal and the Evening Post in Louisville.
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General, 1916-1925

  • Box 32, folder 9
Full pages from the Louisville Courier-Journal newspaper.
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A.B. Chandler and general, 1962-1992

  • Box 32, folder 1
Articles from the Lexington Herald-Leader, the Louisville Courier-Journal magazine and other North Carolina newspapers. General historical articles and articles relating to Civil War era, articles on book reviews, A.B. Chandler memorial articles, and other general articles.
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Cartoons, political cartoons, and general, 1953-1999

  • Box 32, folder 3
The ouisville Courier-Journal magazine articles on historic homes and other historical articles, clippings from other unknown newspapers on a variety of topics; cartoons, politics, historical articles, and other.
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East Carolina University reports and general articles, 1982-1991

  • Box 31, folder 8
ECU Report magazine, North Carolina articles relating to university presidents, awards given, and other general articles.
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Guerrant related and general articles, 1901-1992

  • Box 32, folder 7
Scrapbook pages full of articles, some relating to Guerrant, a Louisville Courier-Journal magazine relating to Bloody Monday, and other full newspaper pages and articles on a variety of topics.
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Kentucky, 1981-1991

  • Box 31, folder 2
Clippings from the Beattyville, Kentucky newspaper on various topics; historical articles, articles highlighting specific plants, announcements, political articles, and other general articles.
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Kentucky, 1963-2000

  • Box 31, folder 3
Clippings from the Beattyville, Kentucky newspaper and other unknown newspapers on various topics; historical articles, articles highlighting specific plants, announcements, political articles, and other general articles.
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Kentucky and North Carolina, 1968-1999

  • Box 31, folder 4
Clippings from the Beattyville, Kentucky newspaper, the Louisville Courier-Journal magazine and newspapers in North Carolina relating to an array of topics; marriage announcements, obituaries, A look at our past articles, church related announcements, political articles,
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Kentucky and North Carolina, 1964-1998

  • Box 31, folder 1
Clippings from the Beattyville, Kentucky newspaper and newspapers in North Carolina relating to an array of topics; marriage announcements, obituaries, A look at our past articles, church related announcements, political articles, several articles related to Terry Sanford (former North Carolina governor, senator, and Duke University president) and other general clippings.
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Kentucky, 1963-1990

  • Box 31, folder 5
Clippings from the Beattyville, Kentucky newspaper, the Louisville Courier-Journal magazine and other unknown newspapers relating to an array of topics; trains, announcements, obituaries, historical articles, political articles, and other general articles.
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President Bill Clinton, 1993

  • Box 31, folder 6
Articles from the Washington Post and the Daily Reflector, a North Carolina newspaper, related to President Bill Clinton; inaguration, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and events attended by Bill and/or Hillary Clinton
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Theodore Roosevelt article, 1912 October 15

  • Box 32, folder 4
Full page article from the Louisville Herald; Roosevelt shot and his wound called serious.
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Diplomas

  • Box 37, folder 1
Betty Congleton's diplomas; Pikeville College and University of Kentucky
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Realia, 1968

Six political campaign pins relating to Nixon, Humphrey, and Bob Scott.

Nixon's the one! campaign pin , 1968

  • Box 36, item 1
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HHH campaign pin, 1968

  • Box 36, item 2
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HHH Humphrey campaign pin, 1968

  • Box 36, item 3
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HHH Humphrey campaign pin, 1968

  • Box 36, item 4
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Elect Bob Scott, Governor campaign pin, 1968

  • Box 36, item 5
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Humphrey-Muskie campaign pin, 1968

  • Box 36, item 6
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