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Appalachian Writers and Scholars Collections

Appalachian writing and scholarship is represented in the Berea College Sound Archives with interviews and lectures by such figures as Wendell Berry, Harry Caudill, Muriel Dressler, Wilma Dykeman, Helen Lewis, Jim Wayne Miller, Artus Moser, Gurney Norman, Leonard Roberts, Henry Scalf, James Still, Jesse Stuart, Don West, Cratis Williams, and Jess Wilson.

  • Leonard Ward Roberts Collection 1950-1983, SAA 57
    Correspondence, writings, ballads, folk tales and other narrative material, audio recordings, and photographs that document the research, publication, and teaching of Kentucky folklorist Leonard Ward Roberts, 1912-1983.
  • Cratis D. Williams [mixed media], SAA 146
    The audio and video recordings in this collection document Williams’ class lectures, interviews, and public performances at Berea College during the period 1971-1985.
    12 sound cassettes, 14 reel-to-reel audio tapes, 11 VHS video : analog, mono.

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