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Reel #9 of 26 home movies in the original Clarence A. Price Home Movie Collection, the reel begins with footage of Janie Price (King) at an unknown farm, possibly the Etheridge Farm in Wilson County, NC. This reel also includes footage of the May…

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Reel #20 of 26 home movies in the original Clarence A. Price Home Movie Collection, this features extensive coverage of the 1953 May Day festivities, including a number of dance routines performed by students of the Appalachian State Teachers…

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Reel #26 of 26 home movies in the original Clarence A. Price Home Movie Collection, this reel begins with snow footage shot near the Daniel Boone Hotel, apparently at a later date than the preceding 1955-56 snow coverage, as the Super Dixie-Home…

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This video contains all footage from a composite DVD of the Clarence A. Price Home Movie Collection that was compiled by a commercial video transfer firm in the 2000s. This copy of the original DVD was a gift to Digital Watauga by Janie Price King of…

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In October 1936, H. Lee Waters (1902-1997), an itinerant filmmaker, visited Boone and Watauga County to film local residents. This footage was intended for use in Waters's "Movies of Local People" series, which Waters shot in at least 117 communities…

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Letter to "Dears" at Wayne, MI, from Mom and Pop, dated May 2, 1955, and postmarked May 3, 1955, from Valle Crucis, NC, describes two revival meetings in progress at Holy Cross Episcopal Church and Henson Chapel. Brief mentions of Reverends Bush and…

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Letter dated June 19, 1949, from Mrs. W. W. Mast at Valle Crucis, NC, to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mast at Wayne, MI, postmarked June 20, 1949, begins with thanks for Father's Day cards, then transitions to general family news. Mention is then made of the…

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A photograph of a building behind trees. The trees and ground in front of the building are covered in heavy, white snow. The photograph is marked A.S.T.C. on the left side and BOONE, NC on the right side.

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A photograph of Newland Residence Hall on Appalachian State University campus. Heavy snow covers the roof and window ledges of the building as well as the ground around the building and the single, bare tree that stands in front. At the bottom of the…

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A photograph of the front of the Adminstration Building at Appalachian State University that later burned down. Trees obscure the view of the building. Four cars are parked outside and four people can bee seen near the entrance.
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