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Collection Number: 03800

Collection Title: John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell Papers, 1836-2005 (bulk 1865-1950)

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Size 17.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 12,000 items)
Abstract John C. Campbell was a missionary-teacher in Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia; secretary of the Southern Highlands Division (based in Asheville, N.C.) of the Russell Sage Foundation; author of the Foundation's survey of conditions in the Southern Appalachians; and organizer of the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers. Olive Campbell assisted her husband; founded and directed the John C. Campbell Folk School and related cooperatives at Brasstown, N.C.; and participated in the formation of the Southern Highland Craft Guild. Papers include correspondence; articles, speeches, writings and reports by the Campbells and others; clippings, pamphlets, and near-print material; and a large number of photographs. Also included are diaries, 1908-1909 and 1922-1924, of Olive D. Campbell, the former during her travels in the mountain regions of Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee; the latter during her stay in Denmark to study Danish folk schools, and her travels in Sweden, Scotland, and England; and notebooks on American history and on words to folk songs and ballads from eastern Tennessee and Kentucky. The writings series includes a 1923 article on "Midwifery in the Kentucky Mountains" by Mary Breckinridge. The reports series includes materials from the Annual Conference of Southern Mountain Workers, the Council of Southern Mountain Workers, the John C. Campbell Folk School, the Mountain Valley Cooperative, Inc., the Southern Highlands Handicraft Guild, and Southern Highlanders, Inc. The Addition of 2011 contains papers primarily relating to Olive D. Campbell, including correspondence, mostly to and from Olive D. Campbell; postcards; writings, including articles, academic compositions, and book drafts and manuscripts written by Olive D. Campbell. Also included are diaries and notebooks written or used by Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, and other members of the Campbell and Dame families, including travel diaries and notebooks relating to Olive D. Campbell's work with southern folk music; personal and family materials, including a transcription of a 1920 conversation between John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell after his death; other materials, including clippings and printed materials relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers and the John C. Campbell Folk School; and pictures, including photograph albums and loose photographs and negatives.
Creator Campbell, John C. (John Charles), 1867-1919.



Campbell, Olive D. (Olive Dame), 1882-1954.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
The original letters in Series 5 are closed due to extreme fragility. Researchers must use microfilm copies.
The original volume in folder 260 is closed due to extreme fragility. Researchers must use the digitized facsimile.
Prior to reformatting, the nitrate negatives in image folder 63 are closed to research.
Restrictions to Use
No usage restrictions.
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 John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell Papers #3800, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Alternate Form of Material
Series 5 available on microfilm (M-3800/1).
Acquisitions Information
Received from Lois Bacon of Alexandria, Va., in December 1966 and 1967; and received from Oliver Bradford Coolidge of West Ossipee, N.H., as a gift from William Bradford Coolidge and his children, in January 2011 (Acc. 101394).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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John C. Campbell (1867-1919) was born in La Porte, Ind., on 14 September 1867 to Gavin and Anna Barbara (Kipp) Campbell, and grew up in Steven's Point, Wisc. He graduated from Williams College in 1892 and received a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Andover Theological Seminary in 1895. That same year, he married Grace H. Buckingham of Stevens Point, Wisc., who died in 1905. He married Olive Arnold Dame of West Medford, Mass., in 1907.

Campbell was a missionary teacher in Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia. He was principal of a mountain school academy in Joppa, Ala., 1895-1898; taught in public school in Stevens Point, Wisc., 1898-1899; was principal of a mountain academy in Pleasant Hill, Tenn., 1900-1901; and was superintendent of secondary education (1901-1902), dean (1902-1903), and president (1903-1907) of Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga. Campbell received a research grant from the Russell Sage Foundation to study the mountain regions of the South in 1909 and soon became an expert on the economic and social conditions of the Appalachians. He was secretary of Southern Highland Division of the Russell Sage Foundation in Asheville, N.C.; author of the Foundation's survey of conditions in the Southern Appalachians; and organizer of the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers.

Olive Dame Campbell (1882-1954) assisted her husband; founded and directed the John C. Campbell Folk School and related cooperatives at Brasstown, N.C.; and participated in the formation of the Southern Highland Craft Guild. While working with her husband, she collected mountain ballads and, after his death in 1919, prepared the report of his survey for publication.

Through the Conference for Southern Education, the Campbells became interested in the Scandinavian folk school as an alternative to the church and independent settlement school. After her husband's death, Olive Campbell continued his work with the conference and visited Denmark and other Scandinavian countries to study folk schools, 1922-1923. Upon her return, she opened the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C.

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Papers include correspondence; articles, speeches, writings and reports by John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell and others; clippings, pamphlets, and near-print material; and a large number of photographs. Also included are diaries, 1908-1909 and 1922-1924, of Olive D. Campbell, the former during her travels in the mountain regions of Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee; the latter during her stay in Denmark to study Danish folk schools, and her travels in Sweden, Scotland, and England; and notebooks on American history and on words to folk songs and ballads from eastern Tennessee and Kentucky. The writings series includes a 1923 article on "Midwifery in the Kentucky Mountains" by Mary Breckinridge. The reports series includes materials from the Annual Conference of Southern Mountain Workers, the Council of Southern Mountain Workers, the John C. Campbell Folk School, the Mountain Valley Cooperative, Inc., the Southern Highlands Handicraft Guild, and Southern Highlanders, Inc.

Note that both Series 1 and Series 5 contain letters. General correspondence, 1865-1962, is filed in Series 1. Carbon copies of letters written by John C. Campbell, 1909-1919, including correspondence with John M. Glenn of the Russell Sage Foundation and Cecil J. Sharp with whom Olive D. Campbell collaborated with on a 1917 publication on English folk songs of the Southern Appalachians is filed in Series 5. Because these materials are extremely fragile, letters in Series 5 have been microfilmed; researchers must use the microfilm instead of the originals.

The Addition of 2011 contains papers primarily relating to Olive D. Campbell, including correspondence, mostly to and from Olive D. Campbell; postcards; writings, including articles, academic compositions, and book drafts and manuscripts written by Olive D. Campbell. Also included are diaries and notebooks written or used by Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, and other members of the Campbell and Dame families, including travel diaries and notebooks relating to Olive D. Campbell's work with southern folk music; personal and family materials, including a transcription of a 1920 conversation between John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell after his death; other materials, including clippings and printed materials relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers and the John C. Campbell Folk School; and pictures, including photograph albums and loose photographs and negatives.

Additions received after January 2011 have not been integrated into the original deposits. Researchers should always check additions to be sure they have identified all files of interest to them.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1865-1962.

About 3,500 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence of John C. and Olive D. Campbell. Letters after 1919 are to Olive and deal primarily with the John C. Campbell Folk School. See also Series 5.

Folder 1

1865-1877 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 1

Folder 2

1881-1883 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 2

Folder 3

1884-1892 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 3

Folder 4

1893-1894 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 4

Folder 5

1895-1897 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 5

Folder 6

1898-1899 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 6

Folder 7

1900 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 7

Folder 8

1902-1903 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 8

Folder 9

1904-1906 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 9

Folder 10-12

Folder 10

Folder 11

Folder 12

1907 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 10-12

Folder 13

1908 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 13

Folder 14-17

Folder 14

Folder 15

Folder 16

Folder 17

1909 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 14-17

Folder 18-21

Folder 18

Folder 19

Folder 20

Folder 21

1910 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 18-21

Folder 22-24

Folder 22

Folder 23

Folder 24

1911 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 22-24

Folder 25-26

Folder 25

Folder 26

1912 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 25-26

Folder 27-35

Folder 27

Folder 28

Folder 29

Folder 30

Folder 31

Folder 32

Folder 33

Folder 34

Folder 35

1913 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 27-35

Folder 36-45

Folder 36

Folder 37

Folder 38

Folder 39

Folder 40

Folder 41

Folder 42

Folder 43

Folder 44

Folder 45

1914 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 36-45

Folder 46-50

Folder 46

Folder 47

Folder 48

Folder 49

Folder 50

1915 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 46-50

Folder 51-57

Folder 51

Folder 52

Folder 53

Folder 54

Folder 55

Folder 56

Folder 57

1916 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 51-57

Folder 58-64

Folder 58

Folder 59

Folder 60

Folder 61

Folder 62

Folder 63

Folder 64

1917 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 58-64

Folder 65-69

Folder 65

Folder 66

Folder 67

Folder 68

Folder 69

1918 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 65-69

Folder 70-71

Folder 70

Folder 71

1919 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 70-71

Folder 72-73

Folder 72

Folder 73

1920 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 72-73

Folder 74

1921 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 74

Folder 75

1922 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 75

Folder 76

1923 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 76

Folder 77-78

Folder 77

Folder 78

1924 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 77-78

Folder 79-81

Folder 79

Folder 80

Folder 81

1925 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 79-81

Folder 82

1926 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 82

Folder 83

1927 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 83

Folder 84

1928 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 84

Folder 85

1929 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 85

Folder 86

1930 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 86

Folder 87

1931 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 87

Folder 88

1932 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 88

Folder 89-90

Folder 89

Folder 90

1933 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 89-90

Folder 91

1934 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 91

Folder 92

1935 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 92

Folder 93

1936 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 93

Folder 94

1937 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 94

Folder 95

1938-1939 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 95

Folder 96

1940 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 96

Folder 97

1941 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 97

Folder 98

1942 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 98

Folder 99-100

Folder 99

Folder 100

1943 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 99-100

Folder 101-102

Folder 101

Folder 102

1944 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 101-102

Folder 103-105

Folder 103

Folder 104

Folder 105

1945 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 103-105

Folder 106-109

Folder 106

Folder 107

Folder 108

Folder 109

1946 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 106-109

Folder 110

1947 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 110

Folder 111

1948 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 111

Folder 112-113

Folder 112

Folder 113

1949 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 112-113

Folder 114

1950 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 114

Folder 115

1951 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 115

Folder 116

1952 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 116

Folder 117

1953 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 117

Folder 118

1954 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 118

Folder 119

1961-1962 #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 119

Folder 120-123

Folder 120

Folder 121

Folder 122

Folder 123

Undated #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 120-123

Folder 124-125

Folder 124

Folder 125

Undated fragments of letters #03800, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1865-1962." Folder 124-125

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About 750 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Articles, speeches, writings, reports, and other materials relating to publications by John C. and Olive D. Campbell and others. Included are materials pertaining to Campbell's work on the Appalachian people and the region and to his studies for the Russell Sage Foundation

Materials in folders 162-169 relate to Harry M. and June Cary, staff members of the Campbell Folk School. Harry Cary was publicity and extension agent, September 1938-May 1942. papers are chiefly press releases, brochures, and newsletters relating to the school. Also included are pages from a scrapbook compiled by Cary with reviews of Campbell's book The Southern Highlander and His Homeland.

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

Folder 126

Undated outlines #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 126

Folder 127

Notes and music #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 127

Folder 128

Papers from early years at Joppa, Ala., 1895-1898 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 128

Folder 129

John Robert Swenson thesis from the University of Texas "Grundtvig and the Common-People's High School: Denmark's Contribution to the History of Education" (1904) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 129

Folder 130

"Education work in the highlands and lowland of the South" (11 October 1904) and "History of the Class of 1906 at Piedmont College" #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 130

Folder 131

"The Big Meeting at Needmore" (1907) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 131

Folder 132

Articles, 1907-1909 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 132

Folder 133

Speeches, 1909 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 133

Folder 134

Summary of population tables, 1890, 1900, 1910 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 134

Folder 135

Chapter on ancestry and early settlement in Appalachia (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 135

Folder 136

Chapter on people and the cotton textile industry (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 136

Folder 137

Chapter of manuscript (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 137

Folder 138

Appendix A and B for manuscript (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 138

Folder 139

Appendix C, D and E for manuscript (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 139

Folder 140

Appendix F, G and H for manuscript (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 140

Folder 141

Extra pages for manuscript (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 141

Folder 142-144

Folder 142

Folder 143

Folder 144

Studies for Russell Sage Foundation (1908-1912) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 142-144

Folder 145

Speech for Russell Sage Foundation, 22 May 1914, "In the Southern Highlands" #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 145

Folder 146

"Mountain and Rural Fields in the South" (1915) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 146

Folder 147

"Plan for Southern Industrial Educational Association" (April 1915) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 147

Folder 148

"The Future of the Church School in the Southern Highlands" (6 January 1916) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 148

Folder 149

"The Future of Church and Independent Schools in the Southern Highlands" (1916) and "Rural Mountain Fields in the South" (6 March 1916) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 149

Folder 150

"Our Attitude toward Authority: An Inquiry" (18 January 1817) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 150

Folder 151-152

Folder 151

Folder 152

"The Southern Highlander and His Homeland" (1921) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 151-152

Folder 153

Speech by Olive D. Campbell to Southern Mountain Workers Conference (9 April 1924) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 153

Folder 154

Notes and articles on folk high school songs of Denmark, 1920s. #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 154

Folder 155

"Grundtvig and the Rise of the Folk Highschool Thought" by Olive Campbell, 1920s #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 155

Folder 156

Speech by Olive Campbell, 14 March 1945 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 156

Folder 157-158

Folder 157

Folder 158

Articles #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 157-158

Folder 159

Memoir of Archibald D. Murphey from North Carolina University Magazine, 1860, and clippings about North Carolina politics #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 159

Folder 160

Park W. Fisher's report to the Kentucky Council of Defense, 31 October 1918 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 160

Folder 161

"Midwifery in the Kentucky Mountains: An Investigation by Mary Breckinridge," circa 1923 (Cary files) #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 161

Folder 162-164

Folder 162

Folder 163

Folder 164

Folk Movement Conference, 1940 #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 162-164

Folder 165

Miscellaneous #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 165

Folder 166

Reviews of Southern Highlanders #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 166

Folder 167-169

Folder 167

Folder 168

Folder 169

John C. Campbell Folk School #03800, Series: "2. Writings, 1895-1965." Folder 167-169

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About 250 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Reports, minutes, lists, programs, bulletins, and agendas for meetings from the Annual Conference of Southern Mountain Workers, 1913-1925; the Council of Southern Mountain Workers; the John C. Campbell Folk School and Mountain Valley Cooperative, Inc., 1935-1952; and the Southern Highland Handicraft.

Folder 170-184

Folder 170

Folder 171

Folder 172

Folder 173

Folder 174

Folder 175

Folder 176

Folder 177

Folder 178

Folder 179

Folder 180

Folder 181

Folder 182

Folder 183

Folder 184

Southern Mountain Workers Conference #03800, Series: "3. Organization Reports, 1913-1952." Folder 170-184

Folder 185-196

Folder 185

Folder 186

Folder 187

Folder 188

Folder 189

Folder 190

Folder 191

Folder 192

Folder 193

Folder 194

Folder 195

Folder 196

John C. Campbell Folk School #03800, Series: "3. Organization Reports, 1913-1952." Folder 185-196

Folder 197-200

Folder 197

Folder 198

Folder 199

Folder 200

Southern Handicraft Guild #03800, Series: "3. Organization Reports, 1913-1952." Folder 197-200

Folder 201

American Youth Commission #03800, Series: "3. Organization Reports, 1913-1952." Folder 201

Folder 202-208

Folder 202

Folder 203

Folder 204

Folder 205

Folder 206

Folder 207

Folder 208

Miscellaneous #03800, Series: "3. Organization Reports, 1913-1952." Folder 202-208

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About 250 items.

Clippings and articles by and about the Campbells and John C. Campbell Folk School; about the Danish Folk High School idea; about Cecil J. Sharp and others; about the mountain region in general; and other items, including catalogs of colleges attended by the Campbells, programs, Gavin Campbell's obituary notice (1894), and diplomas of both Campbells.

Folder 209

Campbell and Brasstown publications #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 209

Folder 210

Campbell and Brasstown clippings #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 210

Folder 211

Brasstown newsletter, 1939-1946 #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 211

Folder 212

Tennessee Valley Authority #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 212

Folder 213

Southern Mountain Schools pamphlets #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 213

Folder 214

Piedmont College pamphlets #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 214

Folder 215

Miscellaneous pamphlets #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 215

Folder 216

John C. Campbell Folk School bulletins and leaflets #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 216

Folder 217

Gazette newspaper #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 217

Folder 218

Programs and bulletins #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 218

Folder 219

Articles by John and Olive Campbell and Ruth Dame Coolidge #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 219

Folder 220-221

Folder 220

Folder 221

Pamphlets on the Southern Mountain Workers' Conference #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 220-221

Folder 222-223

Folder 222

Folder 223

Brochures relating to the South and to Appalachia #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 222-223

Folder 224-225

Folder 224

Folder 225

Clippings on Danish folk high schools #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 224-225

Folder 226

Southern Appalachian Region #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 226

Folder 227

Clippings about folk music #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 227

Folder 228-228a

Folder 228

Diplomas and miscellaneous #03800, Series: "4. Clippings, Printed Material, and Ephemera, undated." Folder 228-228a

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About 300 items.

The original letters in Series 5 are closed due to extreme fragility. Researchers must use microfilm copies (M-3800/1).

Arrangement: chronological.

Carbon copies of letters written by John C. Campbell, including correspondence with John M. Glenn of the Russell Sage Foundation and Cecil J. Sharp with whom Olive Campbell collaborated with on a 1917 publication on English folk songs of the Southern Appalachians. See also Series 1.

Folder 229

1909-1910 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 229

Folder 230

1911-1912 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 230

Folder 231-232

Folder 231

Folder 232

1913 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 231-232

Folder 233

1914 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 233

Folder 234-236

Folder 234

Folder 235

Folder 236

1915 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 234-236

Folder 237-240

Folder 237

Folder 238

Folder 239

Folder 240

1916 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 237-240

Folder 241-244

Folder 241

Folder 242

Folder 243

Folder 244

1917 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 241-244

Folder 245-247

Folder 245

Folder 246

Folder 247

1918 #03800, Series: "5. Microfilmed Letters, 1909-1919." Folder 245-247

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated.

15 items.

The original volume in folder 260 is closed due to fragility. Please see staff for access to the digitized facsimile.

Arrangement: chronological.

Diaries, school books, and notebooks of John and Olive Campbell.

Folder 248

Volume 1: 1896-1897, 27 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 248

Printed form-book for keeping class lists and attendance records used at Joppa, Ala., for several classes.

Folder 249

Volume 2: 1899-1900 #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 249

Tennessee Teacher's Register for keeping class lists and attendance records for several classes.

Folder 250

Volume 3: October 1908-January 1909, 500 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 250

Diary of Olive D. Campbell with descriptions and observations from her travels and experiences in the mountain region of Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee.

Folder 251

Volume 4: January-March 1909, 180 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 251

Diary of Olive D. Campbell continued.

Folder 252

Volume 5: October 1908-March 1909, 134 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 252

Typescript copy of the two diary volumes (not an exact copy).

Folder 253

Volume 6: August-December 1922, 300 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 253

Olive D. Campbell while in Denmark learning about Danish folk schools and other educational matters. The diary covers her travels through Sweden, Scotland, England, and New York; tells of her activities; contains study notes and information gathered; and mentions conversations, lectures, and ideas.

Folder 254

Volume 7: January-March 1923, 200 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 254

Continuation of Olive D. Campbell's diary.

Folder 255

Volume 8: April 1923-November 1924, 250 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 255

Continuation of Olive D. Campbell's diary.

Folder 256

Volume 9: May-July 1906, 100 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 256

Unidentified diary, possibly of John C. Campbell, containing slight memoranda on trips from Boston to Nova Scotia and Boston to Scotland with visits to Campbell relatives in Scotland.

Folder 257

Volume 10: Undated, 50 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 257

Address book possibly of John C. Campbell.

Folder 258

Volume 11: Undated, 176 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 258

Notebook, partially Olive D. Campbell's notes, possibly for teaching an American history course.

Folder 259

Volume 12: 1917, 72 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 259

Folk songs and ballads collected in 1917 in eastern Tennessee and Kentucky by Cecil Sharp and Maude Karples.

Folder 260

Volume 13: Undated, 150 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 260

Long narrative and other items in Olive Campbell's handwriting.

Original volume is closed due to extreme fragility. Please see staff for access to the digitized facsimile.

Folder 261

Volume 14: Undated, 250 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 261

Commonplace book, possibly belonging to John C. Campbell, containing short essays, notes on reading, travel and geography, and fragments. One page lists topics for as account of life in Joppa.

Folder 262

Volume 15: Undated, 50 pages #03800, Series: "6. Volumes, 1886-1906 and undated." Folder 262

Notebook of Ruth Dame Coolidge containing notes on American history books and sources.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950.

About 3,000 items.

Arrangement: topical.

Photographs of John and Olive Campbell and their family and friends, the towns and schools where John Campbell taught, rural Appalachia, and the John C. Campbell Folk School. The latter two categories comprise the bulk of the pictures, and include nine oversize images and 21 picture albums.

Many of the photographs that depict life in the mountains of Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina were taken in connection with the Campbells' work for the Russell Sage Foundation, ca. 1908-1918. Subject matter includes the difficulties of traveling over rough mountain roads; farming and house-keeping under primitive conditions; and illegal whiskey-making.

The nine folders and five albums that pertain specifically to the John C. Campbell Folk School and its environs provide visual documentation of a wide range of activities at the school: students and teachers in the kitchen and dairy, as well as in the classrooms; musicians, woodcarvers, and other craftspeople; and social and community events, such as folk dances. Among these photographs are nine signed prints by Doris Ulmann who visited the school in 1933. There are also five images that have been tentatively attributed to her. Her subjects include carvers, children, and older people, many fully identified.

Image Folder PF-3800/1

Images of John C. Campbell #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/1

P-3800/1: Carte de visite of John C. Campbell as a small child, circa 1870 #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/1
SF-P-3800/2: Tintypes of John C. Campbell as small child, circa 1870. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/2
P-3800/3: Carte de visite of John C. Campbell around age 5, circa 1872. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/3
P-3800/4: Carte de visite of John C. Campbell and Gavin Campbell, Jr. at about ages 8-10, circa 1878-1880. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/4
SF-P-3800/5: Tintypes of John C. Campbell at age 13, 1881. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/5
P-3800/6-11: Cabinet cards of John C. Campbell from 1885-1892 #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/6-11
P-3800/12: Cabinet card of John C. Campbell and unidentified man, both in academic caps and gowns, circa 1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/12
P-3800/13: Photograph of John C. Campbell, circa 1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/13
P-3800/14: Cabinet card of John C. Campbell, circa 1895-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/14
P-3800/15: Photograph of John C. Campbell, circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/15
P-3800/16: Carte de visite of John C. Campbell, circa 1906. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/16
P-3800/16a: Halftone of John C. Campbell, 1910s. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/16a
Image Folder PF-3800/2

Images of Olive D. Campbell #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/2

P-3800/17: Carte de visite of Olive D. Campbell, circa 1906. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/17
P-3800/18: Photograph of Olive D. Campbell, circa 1900-1910 #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/18
P-3800/19: Photograph of Olive D. Campbell in formal dress, 1898, verso: "Olive--Feb. 1898. Dress made for Isabel's wedding." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/19
P-3800/20-22: Photographs of Olive D. Campbell in her wedding dress, 1907. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/20-22
P-3800/23-24: Photographs of Olive D. Campbell in her garden in Demorest, Ga., in 1908. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/23-24
P-3800/25: Photograph of Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell on the steps of their home in Demorest, Ga., circa 1908. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/25
P-3800/26: Photograph of Olive D. Campbell in late middle age, circa 1940-1950. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/26
Image Folder PF-3800/3

Images of John C. Campbell's parents, grandmother, and uncle. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/3

P-3800/27: Carte de visite of Gavin Campbell, Sr., John C. Campbell's father, 1863. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/27
SF-P-3900/27a: Tintype probably of Gavin Campbell, Sr., circa 1855-1860. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3900/27a
P-3800/28: Carte de visite of Gavin Campbell, Sr., circa 1865. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/28
SF-P-3800/29: Tintype probably of Gavin Campbell, Sr., circa 1865-1870. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/29
P-3800/30: Cabinet card of Gavin Campbell, Sr., circa 1885-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/30
P-3800/31: Mounted albumen print possibly of Barbara Kipp Campbell, John C. Campbell's mother, circa 1860-1870. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/31
P-3800/31a-b: Cartes de visite of Barbara Kipp Campbell, circa 1860-1870. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/31a-b
SF-P-3800/32: Tintype of possibly Barbara Kipp Campbell, circa 1865-1875. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/32
P-3800/33: Cabinet card possibly of Barbara Kipp Campbell, circa 1885-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/33
P-3800/34: Cabinet card of Barbara Kipp Campbell, circa 1885-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/34
P-3800/35: Carte de visite of Margaret Campbell, John C. Campbell's grandmother, circa 1865-1970. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/35
P-3800/36: Carte de vistite of John C. Campbell's uncle, John Campbell, 1865. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/36
Image Folder PF-3800/4

Images of John C. Campbell's sister, Margaret (Maggie), and her brother, Gavin Campbell, Jr. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/4

SF-P-3800/37: Tintype possibly of Maggie Campbell about age 2, circa 1868. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/37
SF-P-3800/38: Tintype of Maggie Campbell about age 4, circa 1870. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/38
P/3800/39-40: Mounted albumen print of Maggie Campbell about age 4, circa 1870, with handtinting on eyes and necklace. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P/3800/39-40
P-3800/41: Carte de visite of Maggie Campbell in her mid-teens, circa 1880-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/41
P-3800/42: Cabinet card of Maggie Campbell while student at New England College of Music in Boston, circa 1885-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/42
SF-P-3800/43-44: Tintype of Maggie Campbell about age 20, circa 1886. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/43-44
SF-P-3800/45: Tintype of Maggie Campbell about age 20, circa 1890-1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/45
P-3800/46: Photograph of Maggie Campbell (now Margaret Campbell Hawn), 1897. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/46
SF-P-3800/47: Tintype of Gavin Campbell, Jr., John C. Campbell and Maggie Campbell as children, circa 1878-1880. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/47
SF-P-3800/48: Tintype of Gavin Campbell, Jr., about age 3, circa 1873. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/48
P-3800/49: Carte de visite of Gavin Campbell, Jr., about age 5, circa 1875. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/49
P-3800/50: Cabinet card of Gavin Campbell, Jr., as young man, circa 1888-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/50
P-3800/50a: Carte de visite of Gavin Campbell, Jr., and his friend Forest Grant, 1893. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/50a
P-3800/51: Cabinet card Gavin Campbell, Jr., 1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/51
Image Folder PF-3800/5

Images of Grace Buckingham Campbell, John C. Campbell's first wife, and her relatives and friends. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/5

P-3800/52-53: Cabinet cards of Grace Buckingham Campbell, 1887-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/52-53
P-3800/54: Carte de visite of Grace Buckingham Campbell, circa 1890-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/54
P-3800/55: Photograph of Grace Buckingham Campbell and her friend Bertha Randall at Smith College, 1893. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/55
P-3800/56: Cabinet card possibly of Grace Buckingham Campbell, circa 1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/56
P-3800/57: Cabinet card of Bertha Randall, ca. 1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/57
P-3800/58: Carte de visite of Grace Buckingham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Buckingham, circa 1865-1870. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/58
P-3800/59: Photograph of W. B. Buckingham, circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/59
P-3800/60: Cabinet card of "Grand Pa Buckingham," circa 1885-1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/60
Image Folder PF-3800/6

Photographs of relatives and friends of John C. and Olive D. Campbell. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/6

P-3800/61: Cabinet card of Galen Rood, M.D., Campbell family friend, circa 1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/61
P-3800/62: Carte de visite of Andrew and Marion Campbell, John C. Campbell's uncle and aunt, circa 1865-1875. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/62
P-3800/63: Carte de visite of "Aunt Marion" (Marion Campbell), circa 1865-1875. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/63
P-3800/64: Cabinet card of "Aunt Maggie (Mrs. James Wallace)," circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/64
P-3800/65: Carte de visite of "Cousin Nellie Smith, 1893." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/65
P-3800/66: Carte de visite of James C. Stuart, circa 1870-1880. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/66
P-3800/67: Carte de visite of three young men posing together formally; one is identified of "Uncle Jack Campbell," circa 1870-1875. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/67
P-3800/68: Cabinet card of Margaret "Daisy" Whittemore, circa 1886-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/68
P-3800/69: Cabinet card probably of Lorin L. Dame, Olive D. Campbell's father, circa 1875-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/69
P-3800/70: Reproduction of engraving of Lorin L. Dame, circa 1880-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/70
P-3800/71: Cabinet card of "Mamma," probably Olive D. Campbell's mother, 1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/71
P-3800/72: Cabinet card of Carl Kelsey, one of John C. Campbell's Andover classmates, circa 1890-1893. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/72
P-3800/73: Cabinet card of William J. Long, probably one of John C. Campbell's classmates at Andover Theological Seminary, circa 1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/73
P-3800/74: Photograph of possibly Fred Hawn, Maggie Campbell's husband, circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/74
P-3800/75: Cabinet card of Fred Hawn and unidentified young man, circa 1875-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/75
Image Folder PF-3800/7-8

PF-3800/7

PF-3800/8

Photographs of Gavin Campbell Hawn. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/7-8

P-3800/76-87: Twelve mounted black and white photographs of Gavin Campbell Hawn (presumably the son of Fred and Maggie Campbell Hawn), as a baby, circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/76-87
Image Folder PF-3800/9

Photographs of various people, some identified. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/9

P-3800/89: Cabinet card of Jessie Hawn, 1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/89
P-3800/90: Cabinet card of man in jester's costume, 1896. Verso: "Fletcher as jester at the Medford Historical Festival--October 1896." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/90
P-3800/91: Cabinet card of "Louise Peabody Sarpent," circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/91
P-3800/92: Cabinet card of "Bob Scutter and Mary," circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/92
P-3800/93: Cabinet card of Robert Scott, John Scott, and John Scott, Jr., circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/93
P-3800/94-95: Photographs of two portraits of a young woman, circa 1895-1905. On original envelope: "Helen Margaret Whellenum." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/94-95
P-3800/96: Cabinet card of F. W. Cooley, school superintendent at Stevens Point, Wisc., circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/96
P-3800/97: Cabinet card probably of Marion Campbell, John C. Campbell's aunt, 1891. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/97
P-3800/98: Cabinet card of unidentified middle-aged woman, circa 1885-1895. On verso: "Aunt Jane? Or Marion?" #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/98
P-3800/99: Cabinet card of unidentified middle-aged couple, circa 1885-1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/99
P-3800/100: Cabinet card of older bearded man, circa 1895. On verso: "Uncle Archie Campbell?" #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/100
Image Folder PF-3800/10

Photographs of various people, mostly unidentified. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/10

P-3800/101: Cabinet card of unidentified woman, circa 1860-1870. On verso: "Campbell--Scotch." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/101
P-3800/102: Cabinet card of unidentified man, possibly "Uncle Archie Campbell," circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/102
P-3800/103: Carte de visite of unidentified woman, circa 1870-1880. On verso: "John's mother? Or aunt?" #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/103
P-3800/104: Photograph of unidentified man, ca, 1915-1925. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/104
P-3800/105: Carte de visite of young man identified as Fletcher, circa 1875-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/105
P-3800/106: Cabinet card of unidentified woman, circa 1875-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/106
P-3800/107: Cabinet card of unidentified young man, circa 1870-1880. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/107
P-3800/108-109: Photograph of unidentified little boy, circa 1900-1920. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/108-109
P-3800/110: Photograph of unidentified young woman, circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/110
P-3800/111: Cabinet card of unidentified man, circa 1875-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/111
P-3800/112: Photograph of unidentified young man, circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/112
P-3800/113: Cabinet card of unidentified man, ca, 1890-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/113
P-3800/114: Photograph of unidentified of older woman, possibly Olive D. Campbell, circa 1940-1950. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/114
P-3800/115: Photograph of unidentified young boy, circa 1910-1920. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/115
P-3800/116: Photograph of unidentified young woman, ca, 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/116
Image Folder PF-3800/11

Photographs of unidentified people. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/11

P-3800/117: Cabinet card of unidentified woman, circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/117
P-3800/118: Photograph of young man, circa 1895-1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/118
P-3800/119: Postcard of unidentified woman, ca, 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/119
P-3800/120: Photograph of unidentified man and two women, 19--. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/120
P-3800/121: Photograph of man chopping wood, probably in New Mexico, 19--. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/121
P-3800/122: Unmounted albumen print of seven young girls, circa 1875-1880. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/122
P-3800/123: Photograph of four girls, circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/123
P-3800/124: Mounted albumen print of two men and two women, circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/124
P-3800/125: Cabinet card of six young people, circa 1885-1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/125
P-3800/126: Photograph of man seated before machine, 19--. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/126
Image Folder PF-3800/12

Groups of people with John C. Campbell in some pictures from John C. Campbell's student days. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/12

P-3800/127: Boudoir card of chapel services at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., circa 1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/127
P-3800/128: Boudoir card of group of boys on steps of probably of Phillips Academy, circa 1887. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/128
P-3800/129: Mounted albumen print of group of about fifty boys at Phillips Academy, 1888. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/129
P-3800/130: Mounted albumen print of nine young men in baseball uniforms, circa 188-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/130
P-3800/131: Boudoir card of twelve young men with baseball bats and gloves, circa 1888-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/131
P-3800/132: Boudoir card of football team at Williams College, 1889. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/132
P-3800/133: Boudoir card of baseball team at Williams College, 1890. On verso: "Morton St. Aggregation of Ball Players--Season of 1890." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/133
Image Folder PF-3800/13-14

PF-3800/13

PF-3800/14

Groups of people with John C. Campbell in some pictures from John C. Campbell's student days. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/13-14

P-3800/134: Mounted albumen print of twelve young men at Williams College, circa 1888-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/134
P-3800/134a: Mounted albumen print of a group of men on the steps of Williams College, circa 1888-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/134a
P-3800/135: Mounted albumen print of the "Williams Quartette, '92-'93." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/135
P-3800/136: Mounted albumen print of seven young men at Williams College, circa 1888-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/136
P-3800/137: Mounted albumen print of five men at Williams College, circa 1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/137
P-3800/138: Mounted albumen print of eight men, Andover Seminary, 1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/138
Image Folder PF-3800/15-16

PF-3800/15

PF-3800/16

Various groups of people, mainly John C. Campbell's pupils, with John C. Campbell in some pictures. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/15-16

P-3800/139: Mounted albumen print of ten men, circa 1895-1898. On verso: "Joppa? Demorest? Probably." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/139
P-3800/140: Photograph of "School at Joppa" with children and teachers posing in front, circa 1895-1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/140
P-3800/141: Photograph of large group posing before school building, circa 1895-1898. On verso: "My school (first)--Joppa, Ala." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/141
P-3800/142: Photograph of two men with little boy, Demorest, Ga., circa 1902-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/142
P-3800/143: Photograph of student body and faculty at Pleasant Hill, Tenn., circa 1898-1902. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/143
P-3800/144: Photograph of four young men and three men holding diplomas, circa 1898-1900. On verso: "graduating class, my year as principal, Pleasant Hill, Tenn." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/144
P-3800/145: Photograph of about forty people, mostly little boys, circa 1900-1920. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/145
P-3800/146: Boudoir card of sixteen men seated on steps of possibly Andover Academy, circa 1886-1888. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/146
P-3800/147: Photograph of six men in theatrical costume possibly at Andover Academy, circa 1886-1888. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/147
P-3800/148: Photograph of family group, circa 1905-1915. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/148
P-3800/149: Photograph of family group, circa 1905-1915. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/149
Image Folder PF-3800/17-18

PF-3800/17

PF-3800/18

Olive Campbell with friends and relatives. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/17-18

P-3800/150: Photograph of John and Olive Campbell with the Fisher family, Demorest, Ga., circa 1907-1908. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/150
P-3800/151: Photograph of John C. Campbell and Walter B. Street, 1893. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/151
P-3800/152: Photograph of Olive Campbell and "R," possibly Ruth Dame Coolidge, in costumes for the Medford, Mass., Historical Pageant, 1896. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/152
P-3800/153: Photograph of three young woman in costumes, 1896. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/153
P-3800/154-155: Photographs of scenes from "Bluebeard," as presented by Olive Campbell and her friends, circa 1896. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/154-155
P-3800/156: Mounted albumen print of Medford, Mass., High School graduating class, 1893. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/156
P-3800/157: Photograph of six members of Dame family in the ocean, circa 1890-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/157
P-3800/158: Photograph of Olive D. Campbell reading, 1896. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/158
P-3800/159: Photograph of seven of Olive's friends at Marblehead, Mass., 1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/159
P-3800/160-162: Photographs probably of Gavin Campbell Hawn, John and Olive Campbell's nephew, at about 8-10 months, circa 1898-1908. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/160-162
P-3800/163: Cyanotype of Jessie Hawn, circa 1898-1908. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/163
P-3800/164-168: Photographs of images of houses and peoples in Joppa, Ala., circa 1895-1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/164-168
Image Folder PF-3800/19

Wisconsin, Tennessee, and Georgia, circa 1896-1907. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/19

P-3800/169-170a: Photographs of the Wisconsin River, Stevens Point, Wisc., 1896. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/169-170a
P-3800/171-172: Photographs of views of Pleasant Hill, Ten., circa 1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/171-172
P-3800/173-176: Photographs of views of people in Demorest, Ga., circa 1901-1907. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/173-176
Image Folder PF-3800/20

John C. Campbell's trip to the Southwest, circa 1892. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/20

P-3800/177-190: Photographs from trip taken by John C. Campbell to Southwestern United States including New Mexico and Southern California, circa 1892. P-3800/185 is of John C. Campbell. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/177-190
Image Folder PF-3800/21

John C. Campbell's trip to the Southwest, circa 1892. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/21

P-3800/191-201: Mounted albumen prints of more of the above. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/191-201
Image Folder PF-3800/22

John C. Campbell's trip to the Southwest,c a. 1892. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/22

P-3800/202: Cyanotype of large group of children of school children from Joppa, Ala., circa 1895-1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/202
P-3800/203: Cyanotype of three unidentified small children, circa 1890-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/203
P-3800/204-219: Cyanotypes of views of New Mexico and the Southwest probably taken by John C. Campbell, circa 1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/204-219
P-3800/220: Photograph of New York City Harbor, circa 1890-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/220
Image Folder PF-3800/23

Harlan, Kentucky and environs, circa 1910. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/23

P-3800/221-225: Halftone scenes of Harlan, Kentucky, apparently cut out of a magazine or other publication including one wide-angle view of town and four coal mines. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/221-225
Image Folder PF-3800/24

Harlan, Kentucky and environs, circa 1910. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/24

P-3800/226-245: Halftone scenes of mountains and valleys surrounding Harlan, Kentucky, and are captioned and mounted--apparently once part of an album. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/226-245
Image Folder PF-3800/25

John C. Campbell Folk School, circa 1925-1940. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/25

P-3800/246-257: Photographs of images of Brasstown, N.C., the area surrounding the John C. Campbell Folk School, and the school itself. Captioned and mounted. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/246-257
Image Folder PF-3800/26

John C. Campbell Folk School, circa 1925-1935. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/26

P-3800/258-266: Photographs of interior views of the John C. Campbell Folk School, people operating looms, students sitting in classes, etc., circa 1925-1935. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/258-266
Image Folder PF-3800/27

John C. Campbell Folk School, circa 1930-1940. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/27

P-3800/267-278: Photographs of exterior views of and around the John C. Campbell Folk School. Subjects include the "College Club Picnic," woodcarvers at work, and Olive Campbell's home, circa 1930-1940. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/267-278
Special Format Image SF-P-3800/279-289

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SF-P-3800/285

SF-P-3800/286

SF-P-3800/287

SF-P-3800/288

SF-P-3800/289

Stereoviews of the Dakotas, Montana, and Wyoming, circa 1877-1880, numbered and titled by the photographer. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." SF-P-3800/279-289

SF-P-3800/279: Hunter's Return #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/279
SF-P-3800/280: A Forest of Petrification #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/280
SF-P-3800/281: Beautiful Bad Lands #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/281
SF-P-3800/282: Pompeii Petrified, Bad Lands #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/282
SF-P-3800/283: Crossing N.P.R.R., Little Missouri #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/283
SF-P-3800/284: Watch Dog of the Bad Lands #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/284
SF-P-3800/285: Gantonment, Little Missouri #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/285
SF-P-3800/286: Up the Yellowstone at Glendine #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/286
SF-P-3800/287: The Flower Pot #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/287
SF-P-3800/288: Mouth of the Crater #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/288
SF-P-3800/289: (Untitled) Family in front of log cabin #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/289
Special Format Image SF-P-3800/290-292

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Stereoviews of Wisconsin. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." SF-P-3800/290-292

SF-P-3800/290-291: Stereoviews of Lake Superior area, Wisc., circa 1862-1872. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/290-291
SF-P-3800/292: Stereoview of the Dells of the Wisconsin River, Wisc., circa 1868-1872. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/292
Special Format Image SF-P-3800/293-306

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SF-P-3800/302

SF-P-3800/303

SF-P-3800/304

SF-P-3800/305

SF-P-3800/306

Stereoviews of Montana and the Dakotas; landscapes, the building of the railroad, animals killed by hunters, circa 1865-1881, numbered and titled by photographer. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." SF-P-3800/293-306

SF-P-3800/293: His First Grizzly #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/293
SF-P-3800/294: Down Black Canon (sic) #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/294
SF-P-3800/295: Main St. Miles City #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/295
SF-P-3800/296: The Clough #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/296
SF-P-3800/297: Cedar Bluff--Y. Div. N.P. Ry. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/297
SF-P-3800/298: Eagle Butte #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/298
SF-P-3800/299: Miles in 81 #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/299
SF-P-3800/300: Thanksgiving 1881--E.H.M.C. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/300
SF-P-3800/301: "The Spike Gang" Ex Ten N.P. Rwy. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/301
SF-P-3800/302: Laying Iron N.P. Ry. Exton Mt. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/302
SF-P-3800/303: Bausenwein's Headquarters, Terry's Landing #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/303
SF-P-3800/304: (Untitled) Monument to Col. Keogh and troops, Custer Battlefield, S.D. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/304
SF-P-3800/305: (Untitled) Banile Cut, Yellowstone, Wy. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/305
SF-P-3800/306: (Untitled) Slain mule deer. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/306
Special Format Image SF-P-3800/307-308

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SF-P-3800/308

Stereoviews of Wisconsin. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." SF-P-3800/307-308

SF-P-3800/307: Railroad Docks at Ashland, Wisc. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/307
SF-P-3800/308: View of west site, White River Bridge (Wisc.?) #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., SF-P-3800/308
Image Folder PF-3800/28

Cabinet cards of Native Americans, possibly from John C. Campbell's trip to the Southwest and other various photographs. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/28

P-3800/309: Photograph of "Bird's eye view of Fargo, Dakota," circa 1872-1875. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/309
P-3800/310: Cabinet card of Scorched Lightning/Assiniboine, circa 1865-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/310
P-3800/311: Cabinet card of Young Spotted Eagle, circa 1865-1885, with tinting on face. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/311
P-3800/312: Cabinet card of young Cheyenne woman, circa 1865-1885, with tinting. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/312
P-3800/313: Cabinet card of Col. V. (illegible), circa 1865-1885. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/313
P-3800/314: Cabinet card of a montage view of instructors and buildings of Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., circa 1885-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/314
P-3800/315: Cabinet card of "Uncle Archy Campbell," in front of house, circa 1890-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/315
P-3800/316: Cabinet card of "Old (illegible) Road, Andover, Mass." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/316
P-3800/317-324: Unmounted albumen prints of unidentified places, probably New England. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/317-324
Image Folder PF-3800/29

Watercolors and Sketches #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/29

P-3800/325-329: Watercolors and pen and ink sketches. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/325-329
Image Folder PF-3800/30

Doris Ulmann Photographs #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/30

P-3800/330: Photograph of an older woman, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on verso and reads: "Mr. and Mrs. Luce Scroggs gave the first piece of land--some twenty five acres--to the school." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/330
P-3800/331: Photograph of middle-aged man carving wood, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on verso and reads: "J. O. Penland, farmer, cooperator, carpenter, craftsman, and member of the local advisory committee." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/331
P-3800/332: Photograph of young man carving wood, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on verso. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/332
P-3800/333: Photograph of woman in shawl and kerchief with young girl, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on verso and reads: "Acting out ballads--Gini Howard and Nina Bryan. 'I love little Willie, I do, Mama.'" #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/333
P-3800/334: Photograph (platinum print?) of old woman with spinning wheel in background, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on verso and reads: "Granny Hatchett, one of the pioneers of our section." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/334
P-3800/335: Photograph (platinum print?) of Jacob John Niles and two small children, circa 1933, probably taken by Ulmann. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/335
P-3800/336: Photograph (platinum print?) of old man, circa 1933, probably taken by Ulmann. Image removed from PA-3800/5, p. 51. Original caption reads: "Hugh Stalcup--a great singer of folk songs, Died 1935." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/336
P-3800/337: Photograph (platinum print) of two small children, circa 1933, probably taken by Ulmann. Image removed from PA-3800/5, p. 60. Original caption reads: "The younger generation at the Museum on Old Folks Day--Nancy Sue Waldrop and Wanda Scroggs." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/337
P-3800/338: Photograph (platinum print?) of old woman with spinning wheel, circa 1933, probably taken from Ulmann. Image removed from PA-3800/5, p. 8. Original caption reads: "Aunt Mindy Curtis--dies April 1936. She lived in little log house opposite." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/338
P-3800/339: Photograph of woman dyeing garments in kettle over open fire, circa 1933, possibly taken by Ulmann. Image removed from PA-3800/5, p. 49. On verso: "The craft of vegetable dyeing. Louise Pitman--chief dyer." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/339
P-3800/340: Photograph of older woman holding open book standing before seated man and woman, circa 1933, possibly taken by Ulmann. (Woman on the ground may be Olive D. Campbell). #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/340
P-3800/341: Photograph of man and young boy, circa 1933, possibly taken by Ulmann. Image was removed from PA-3800/5, p. 13. Original caption reads: "Mr. Bill Clayton, a director of the Mountain Valley Cooperative and member of the Credit Committee of the Credit Union." On verso: "His nephew, Quentin Clayton, is a carver of 'sober mules.'" #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/341
P-3800/342: Photograph of older man at desk, circa 1933, possibly taken by Ulmann. Image was removed from PA-3800/5, p. 54. Original caption reads: "'Uncle Luce Scroggs'--one of the school's best friends, and one who took the greatest interest in the museum." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/342
P-3800/343: Photograph (platinum print?) of two men atop horses drawn hay wagon, circa 1933, possibly taken by Ulmann. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/343
P-3800/344: Halftone of Virginia Howard seated at loom, circa 1933. Original by Ulmann. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/344
P-3800/345: Halftone of Thomas Sherman Bryan, folk singer, circa 1933. Original taken by Ulmann. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/345
P-3800/346: Photograph of young woman holding baby, circa 1933, by Ulmann. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/346
P-3800/346a: Photograph (photogravure?) of older woman, circa 1933, probably taken by Ulmann. Removed from PA-3800/9, p. 6. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/346a
OP-P-3800/347: Photograph (platinum print?) of young woman holding baby, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on mount. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/347
OP-P-3800/348: Photograph (platinum print?) of woman (Olive D. Campbell?), circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on mount. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/348
OP-P-3800/349: Photograph (platinum print?) of mill wheel and woman (Olive D. Campbell?) besides it, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on mount #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/349
OP-P-3800/350: Photograph (platinum print) of woman (Olive D. Campbell?) holding leaves, circa 1933. Signed by Ulmann on mount. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/350
Oversize Image Folder OP-P-3800/351-364

OP-P-3800/351

OP-P-3800/352

OP-P-3800/353

OP-P-3800/354

OP-P-3800/355

OP-P-3800/356

OP-P-3800/357

OP-P-3800/358

OP-P-3800/359

OP-P-3800/360

OP-P-3800/361

OP-P-3800/362

OP-P-3800/363

OP-P-3800/364

Oversize photographs (not by Ulmann). #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." OP-P-3800/351-364

OP-P-3800/351: Mounted albumen print of nine men in baseball uniforms, possibly at Andover Academy, Mass., circa 1886-1888. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/351
OP-P-3800/352: Photograph of group of men probably at Williams College, Mass., circa 1890-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/352
OP-P-3800/353: Photograph of eleven men probably at Williams College, circa 1890-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/353
OP-P-3800/354: Photograph of John C. Campbell and Grace Buckingham Campbell standing behind group of children, Demorest, Ga., circa 1901-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/354
OP-P-3800/355: Photograph of thirty people in front of house, Demorest, Ga., circa 1901-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/355
OP-P-3800/356: Photograph of John C. Campbell about age 40-45, circa 1907-1912. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/356
OP-P-3800/357: Photograph of John C. Campbell at 45, 1912. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/357
OP-P-3800/358: Photograph of John C. Campbell seated on porch, circa 1912-1917. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/358
OP-P-3800/359: Photograph of Olive D. Campbell n wedding dress, 1907. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/359
OP-P-3800/360: Photograph of the country home of E. B. Cogant, Granville County, N.C., 1921. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/360
OP-P-3800/361: Photograph of Toecane, N.C., from the Toe River, circa 1915-1925. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/361
OP-P-3800/362: Photograph of family in garden with ox and plow, probably in western N.C., circa 1915-1925. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/362
OP-P-3800/363: Photograph of woman and little girl in front of cabin probably in western N.C., ca, 1915-1925. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/363
OP-P-3800/364: Photograph of river in mountain valley, circa 1915-1925. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., OP-P-3800/364
Image Folder PF-3800/31

People and places, mostly unidentified, some apparently from John C. Campbell's teaching days. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/31

P-3800/365: Mounted albumen print of four people at seashore, circa 1870-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/365
P-3800/366: Mounted albumen print of crowds at seashore, circa 1870-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/366
P-3800/367: Photograph of unidentified building, possibly John C. Campbell's school in Joppa, Ala.), circa 1895-1898. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/367
P-3800/368: Photograph of country house deep in snow (Steven's Point, Wisc.?), circa 1895-1900. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/368
P-3800/369: Photograph of house with five people on porch, ca, 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/369
P-3800/370: Photograph of woman, circa 1880-1895. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/370
P-3800/371: Photograph of man with large dog, circa 1895-1905. On verso: "Charley and the dog." #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/371
P-3800/372: Photograph of lake, possibly Steven's Point, Wisc., circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/372
P-3800/373: Mounted albumen print of country house in woods after snowstorm, circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/373
P-3800/374: Mounted albumen print of woods after snowstorm, circa 1880-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/374
P-3800/375: Mounted albumen print of large house with four people on porch, circa 1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/375
Image Folder PF-3800/32

People and places, mostly unidentified, some apparently from John C. Campbell's teaching days. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/32

P-3800/376: Photograph of woman in dark dress (possibly Grace Buckingham Campbell) standing beside house, circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/376
P-3800/377: Photograph of interior of living room with woman at piano and older couple reading, circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/377
P-3800/378: Photograph of interior of cabin, circa 1895-1905. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/378
P-3800/379: Photograph of four young men with bicycles, circa 1900-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/379
P-3800/380: Photograph of three men in baseball uniforms, circa 1888-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/380
P-3800/381: Photograph of man with water dipper, probably John C. Campbell, circa 1888-1892. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/381
P-3800/382: Cyanotype of woman with toddler, circa 1890-1910. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/382
P-3800/383: Photograph of young boys with mule-drawn wagon, probably in western North Carolina, circa 1920-1930. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/383
P-3800/384: Photograph of family in field, probably in western North Carolina, circa 1920-1930 #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/384
P-3800/385: Mounted albumen print of unidentified town in valley, circa 1870-1890. #03800, Series 7. Pictures, 1855-1950., P-3800/385
Image Folder PF-3800/33

Snapshots of woodcarvers, weavers, folk-dancers, musicians, and other craftswomen and men, taken in or around the John C. Campbell Folk School. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." PF-3800/33

Image Folder 34

Photographs of people at work in and around John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, N.C., circa 1925-1940. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 34

Image Folder 35

Photographs of people at work: making beds, splitting logs, feeding livestock, etc. Taken in Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina, circa 1920-1935. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 35

Image Folder 36-39

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Imagefolder 38

Imagefolder 39

Photographs of different people posing formally, alone, or in groups, besides buildings, in gardens, and a few indoors. Taken in Ky., Tenn., N.C. and includes one of Brasstown, N.C., Post Office, circa 1920-1935. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 36-39

Image Folder 40

Photographs of candid snapshots of people at picnics and other social gatherings, workings in gardens, tending animals, etc. Probably taken in or around John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, N.C., circa 1925-1935. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 40

Image Folder 41

Photographs showing Olive Campbell's home at the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C., in winter and summer, circa 1925-1940. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 41

Image Folder 42-44

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Imagefolder 44

Photographs showing various houses and landscapes probably in or around the vicinity of the John C. Campbell Folk School, circa 1925-1940. Includes postcard of crowd watching steamroller in Harlan, Ky., circa 1925-1935. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 42-44

Image Folder 45-46

Imagefolder 45

Imagefolder 46

Photographs including postcards from Olive Campbell's trip to Scandinavia, 1922-1923. #03800, Series: "7. Pictures, 1855-1950." 45-46

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27 items.
Photograph Album PA-3800/1

Circa 1915-1925, 85 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/1

Appalachian mountain scenery, people riding, fishing, or posing in front of their homes.

Photograph Album PA-3800/2

Circa 1907-1910 #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/2

"Snapshots from Demorest, Ga. and a few mountain photos (mostly taken on camping excursions.)" Includes photographs of women staffing a "Civic Betterment League" table and many pictures of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell.

Photograph Album PA-3800/3

Circa 1907-1910, 58 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/3

"Early Mountain Snapshots." Mostly taken in vicinity of Hindman, Ky., with views of people playing musical instruments, riding horses, and relaxing on porches.

Photograph Album PA-3800/4

Circa 1925-1935, 62 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/4

Scenes of and around John C. Campbell Folk School of young men and women carving wooden animals, weaving, working in fields and studying. Images have typed captions.

Photograph Album PA-3800/5

Circa 1907-1938, 104 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/5

Scenes of John C. Campbell Folk School with images by Ulmann removed and are in Folder 30.

Photograph Album PA-3800/6

Circa 1902-1903, 28 images #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/6

Scenes of people and land in and around Walkers Valley, Tenn., evidently taken by John C. Campbell while teaching there. Images have lengthy captions with extensive commentary on the poverty of the people.

Photograph Album PA-3800/7

Circa 1912, 91 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/7

"Demorest, Ga., Kentucky and in between." Scenes illustrating the difficulty of travel on mountain roads, via mule teams, ox-carts, and on horseback in Georgia, Kentucky, and North Carolina.

Photograph Album PA-3800/8

Circa 1910, 76 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/8

Photo-essay on illicit distilling operations in Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Photograph Album PA-3800/9

Circa 1909, 132 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/9

Scenes daily life in mountains of Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee: people playing fiddles and dulcimer, clearing land for houses, doing laundry, etc. Includes several pictures of African-American people who, according to the caption, are descendants of slaves brought into the mountains by "bluegrass families."

Photograph Album PA-3800/10

Circa 1905-1915: 145 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/10

Everyday life and living conditions in mountains of Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Includes pictures of church and school events.

Photograph Album PA-3800/11

Circa 1900-1910, 28 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/11

Chiefly pictures of schools and pupils in Demorest, Ga., and Penland, N.C.

Photograph Album PA-3800/12

Circa 1910-1912, 96 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/12

Farming and logging operation in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Photograph Album PA-3800/13

Circa 1910-1918, 58 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/13

Scenes of women preparing flax: drying, stretching and spinning it; shearing sheep and preparing wool for spinning; weaving; and making baskets. Mostly taken in Kentucky.

Photograph Album PA-3800/14

Circa 1905-1915, 25 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/14

Sewing and canning classes through an extension program of the Hindman (Ky.) Settlement School.

Photograph Album PA-3800/15

Circa 1910-1918, 59 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/15

Mostly pictures of homes, churches, and schools, in and around Madison County, N.C.

Photograph Album PA-3800/16

Circa 1915-1925, 76 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/16

Scenic views of mountains and rivers in North Carolina, Kentucky, and Georgia.

Photograph Album PA-3800/17

Circa 1908-1910, 77 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/17

"Ways and Means of Travelling of the Southern Highland Division of the Russell Sage Foundation in the Mountains of the South." Scenes of difficulties of travelling between towns in Kentucky and North Carolina on horseback, in wagons, and on foot.

Photograph Album PA-3800/18

Circa 1907-1910, 251 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/18

Pictures of Berea College, Ky., and Hindman (Ky.) Settlement School and surrounding areas: interiors and exteriors of cabins; coal mines; and local people.

Photograph Album PA-3800/19

Circa 1907-1910, 479 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/19

John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell at their home in Demorest, Ga., and the surrounding area; the Hindman Settlement School; views of rural North Carolina, South Carolina, and Kentucky. Includes pictures of the Campbells with friends on a trip to a beach.

Photograph Album PA-3800/20

Undated, 100 halftones #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/20

Possibly a paste-up for a book with scenic views of North Carolina and Kentucky mountains; people logging, making whiskey, tending animals, etc.

Photograph Album PA-3800/21

Circa 1925-1935, 201 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/21

Daily life at John C. Campbell Folk School: students participating in Christmas pageant, folk-dancing, socializing.

Photograph Album PA-3800/22

Circa 1925-1935, 234 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/22

Construction of a museum (presumably part of the John C. Campbell Folk School); interior and exterior views of a farmhouse; Olive D. Campbell and unidentified friends.

Photograph Album PA-3800/23

Circa 1925-1935, 132 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/23

Farming and livestock scenes probably at the John C. Campbell Folk School.

Photograph Album PA-3800/24

Circa 1920-1930, 83 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/24

Unidentified views of Appalachia: landscapes, small town scenes, and people, especially children.

Photograph Album PA-3800/25

1922, 537 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/25

Snapshots from Olive D. Campbell's trip to Denmark: town and village scenes; landscapes; and people folk-dancing, gardening, and tending animals.

Photograph Album PA-3800/26

Circa 1885-1890, 24 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/26

Cabinet cards and cartes de visite, mostly on unidentified people and probably compiled by John C. Campbell.

Photograph Album PA-3800/27

1892, 65 photographs #03800, Series: "8. Picture Albums, 1885-1935." PA-3800/27

Scenes from John C. Campbell's trips to the Southwestern United States.

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About 4,000 items.

Arrangement: maintained in many of the original groupings received by the repository.

The Addition of 2011 contains papers primarily relating to Olive D. Campbell, including correspondence, primarily to and from Olive D. Campbell; postcards; and writings, including articles, academic compositions, and book drafts and manuscripts written by Olive D. Campbell. Also included are diaries and notebooks written or used by Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, and other members of the Campbell and Dame families, including travel diaries and notebooks relating to Olive D. Campbell's work with southern folk music; personal and family materials; other materials, including clippings and printed materials relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers and the John C. Campbell Folk School; and pictures, including photograph albums and loose photographs and negatives.

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About 800 items.

Arrangement: primarily chronological, with some materials arranged alphabetically by file.

Primarily correspondence to and from Olive D. Campbell, but there is also includes correspondence to and from John C. Campbell, members of the Dame and Campbell families, and friends and colleagues of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell. Much of the family correspondence is addressed to Olive D. Campbell using her nickname, "Tog." Notable correspondents include folklorist Cecil Sharp; early music revivalist John Langstaff; musician and folk composer John Jacob Niles; craft revivalist Allen Eaton; John M. Glenn, Director of the Russell Sage Foundation; and mycologist Jakob Emanuel Lange; among others. The correspondence covers a wide range of topics, including travel, family matters, the John C. Campbell Folk School, John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell's work in the Southern Highlands and with the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers, and Olive D. Campbell's studies of southern folk music. Also included is correspondence relating to the publication of The Southern Highlander and his Homeland and The Life and Work of John C. Campbell, as well as scattered financial, legal, and medical correspondence, including contract negotiations between the Mountain Valley Creamery and the Tennessee Valley Authority and correspondence relating to the disposition of the estate of Olive D. Campbell. Most of the correspondence is dated 1900-1954.

Folder 263

Correspondence, 1866-1894 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 263

Includes a letter from an unidentified correspondent to Olive D. Campbell written on the occasion of Olive's birth, letters from Gavin Campbell to his sons John C. Campbell and Gavin A. Campbell, and letters from Olive D. Campbell and her sister Ruth Dame Coolidge to their classmate.

Folder 264

Correspondence, 1900-1929 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 264

Includes a letter to John C. Campbell from a relative in Scotland; correspondence between various members of the Dame family; letters from Olive D. Campbell and other members of the Dame family to John C. Campbell; a letter addressed to John M. Glenn discussing Olive D. Campbell's educational work; correspondence relating to John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell's work in the Southern Highlands and with the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers; correspondence between Olive D. Campbell and Cecil Sharp about Southern ballads; and correspondence relating to The Southern Highlander and His Homeland, which was completed by Olive D. Campbell using John C. Campbell's notes and research materials and published under his name.

Folder 265

Correspondence, 1930-1939 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 265

Includes letters from John Jacob Niles about Doris Ulman and southern folk music; correspondence relating to the John C. Campbell Folk School; correspondence relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers; letters from various members of the Dame family; letters from friends, including Elizabeth Weeks and mycologist Jakob Emanuel Lange; and financial correspondence.

Folder 266

Correspondence, 1940-1949 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 266

Includes a letter from John Langstaff about southern folk music; correspondence relating to the John C. Campbell Folk School; correspondence relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers; correspondence between various members of the Dame and Campbell families; letters from friends, including John M. Glenn and Allen Eaton; a letter from a friend in Denmark recounting his experiences in World War II; and medical and financial correspondence.

Folder 267

Correspondence, 1950-1954 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 267

Includes correspondence relating to the John C. Campbell Folk School; correspondence relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers; correspondence between various members of the Dame and Campbell families; correspondence with friends, including Allen Eaton and Helen H. Dingman; and medical and financial correspondence.

Folder 268

Correspondence, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 268

Includes correspondence between various members of the Dame family; correspondence with friends, including Elizabeth Weeks, Helen H. Dingman, and Frederick L. Brownlee; and a letter from John C. Campbell to Olive D. Campbell.

Folder 269

Letters from Grace Buckingham Campbell to her mother, 1896 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 269

Letters from John C. Campbell's first wife, Grace Buckingham Campbell, addressed to her mother.

Folder 270-271

Folder 270

Folder 271

Travel in Europe, 1923: Dated and undated correspondence and related materials #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 270-271

Dated correspondence and related materials documenting Olive D. Campbell's travels in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland with her sister Daisy Gertrude Dame and colleague Marguerite Butler. Through these travels, Olive D. Campbell gathered information about the Dutch folk school educational style, which she later used in forming the John C. Campbell Folk School.

Folder 272-273

Folder 272

Folder 273

Mountain Valley Cooperative, contract negotiations with the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1934-1935 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 272-273

Correspondence about contract negotiations relating to the Tennessee Valley Authority's investment in the Mountain Valley Creamery in Brasstown, N.C. The Mountain Valley Creamery was a cooperative organization that was associated with the John C. Campbell Folk School.

Folder 274

Olive D. Campbell estate correspondence and related materials, 1955-1958 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 274

Folder 275

Lois Bacon correspondence and related materials, 1973-1987 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 275

Correspondence between Lois Bacon, who was a niece of Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell, and members of the Dame family. Also included is correspondence related to the disposition of the Dame family papers, including materials belonging to Olive D. Campbell.

Folder 276

The Life and Work of John C. Campbell correspondence and related materials, 1960-2005 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Correspondence, 1866-2005." Folder 276

Correspondence related to the completion and printing of Olive D. Campbell's biography of John C. Campbell.

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About 800 items.

Postcards from the United States and a number of foreign countries. Most postcards have no messages and are undated. A smaller number contain messages and dates and are addressed to members of the Dame and Campbell families.

Folder 277-282

Folder 277

Folder 278

Folder 279

Folder 280

Folder 281

Folder 282

Postcards with messages, 1904-1958 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Postcards, 1904-1958." Folder 277-282

Folder 283-297

Folder 283

Folder 284

Folder 285

Folder 286

Folder 287

Folder 288

Folder 289

Folder 290

Folder 291

Folder 292

Folder 293

Folder 294

Folder 295

Folder 296

Folder 297

Postcards without messages, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Postcards, 1904-1958." Folder 283-297

Oversize Volume SV-3800/1

Binder of postcards, 1922-1924 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Postcards, 1904-1958." SV-3800/1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966.

About 400 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Articles, academic compositions, and book drafts and manuscripts written by Olive D. Campbell. Topics include southern ballads and music; Danish folk schools; folk schools in the Southern Highlands, including the John C. Campbell Folk School; and the life of John C. Campbell. The series also contains several articles written by John C. Campbell and Ruth Dame Coolidge.

Folder 298-300

Folder 298

Folder 299

Folder 300

Olive D. Campbell, Tufts University themes, notes, and compositions, 1899-1903 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 298-300

Written while Olive D. Campbell was attending Tufts University in Boston, Mass.

Folder 301

"The Big Meeting at Needmore," 1907 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 301

Typescript draft written by an unidentified author.

Folder 302

Olive D. Campbell, "Songs and Ballads of the Southern Mountains," 1915 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 302

Folder 303

John C. Campbell, "Contemplations of a Semi-Invalid on the Joys of the Hereafter," 1919 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 303

Annotated by Olive D. Campbell, "Dictated to me-written within an hour or two of his death."

Folder 304

John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, The Southern Highlander and His Homeland materials, circa 1910-1920 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 304

Includes reviews, notes, and other materials related to the book The Southern Highlander and his Homeland, which Olive D. Campbell wrote in John C. Campbell's name using his notes and research materials.

Folder 367

John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, The Southern Highlander and His Homeland review clippings, 1921 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 367

Newspaper clippings containing reviews of The Southern Highlander and his Homeland.

Folder 305

Olive D. Campbell, "The Ballad Tree," undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 305

Typescript draft with corrections.

Folder 306-307

Folder 306

Folder 307

Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, and Ruth Dame Coolidge publications, 1913-1945 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 306-307

Primarily consists of articles, pamphlets and other publications written by Olive D. Campbell about Danish folk schools, the Southern Highlands, southern folk music, and other topics, including a 1921 article about Southern schools entitled "Southern Highland Schools Maintained by Denominational and Independent Agencies." Also included are two articles by John C. Campbell, "From Mountain Cabin to Cotton Mill," 1913, and "The Future of the Church and Independent Schools in our Southern Highlands," 1917, as well as a 1945 article from the American-Scandinavian View by Ruth Dame Coolidge, entitled "Vibrations from a Danish Bell: The John C. Campbell Folk School."

Folder 308

Olive D. Campbell, The Life and Work of John C. Campbell draft, Chapter 1, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 308

Folder 309-314

Folder 309

Folder 310

Folder 311

Folder 312

Folder 313

Folder 314

Olive D. Campbell, The Life and Work of John C. Campbell draft, 1968 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Writings, 1899-1966." Folder 309-314

Typescript draft of Olive D. Campbell's biography of John C. Campbell, dated 1968.

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About 50 items.

Arrangement: chronological, arranged by creator.

Diaries and notebooks written or used by Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, and other members of the Campbell and Dame families. The majority of the diaries belonged to Olive D. Campbell, who used them to document her travels to the South and abroad. Also included are notebooks containing notes relating to Olive D. Campbell's research on southern folk music, as well as lesson plans, collected quotations and poems, and personal reflections. Olive D. Campbell frequently re-used notebooks that had previously been used as journals or notebooks by other members of the Dame and Campbell families. Also included are several address books, a grade book, a notebook listing birthdays, and several diaries and notebooks belonging to other members of the Campbell family.

Folder 315

Olive D. Campbell and Ruth Dame Coolidge travel diary, transcription, 1896 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 315

Typed transcription of a diary kept by Olive D. Campbell and her sister Ruth Dame Coolidge in June-September 1896 documenting the Dame family's trip to Nantucket, Mass. Olive Coolidge Butman, Olive D. Campbell's niece and namesake, typed the transcription in 1994 and added a preface outlining the history of the diary and providing background information about the Dame family and their home on the island of Nantucket, Mass.

Folder 316

Olive D. Campbell travel diary and enclosures, 1907 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 316

Loose pages of a travel diary and enclosures likely kept by Olive D. Campbell while on a nine-month European honeymoon with John C. Campbell in 1907.

Folder 317-318

Folder 317

Folder 318

Olive D. Campbell diary, transcription, October 1908-March 1909 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 317-318

Contains descriptions and observations from Olive D. Campbell's travels and experiences in the mountain region of Georgia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. There are letters and notes interspersed with the pages of the transcription. The original diary volumes and an additional transcription of the diary are contained in the original deposit, in Series 6. Volumes.

Folder 319

Olive D. Campbell diary, 1917-1918 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 319

Contains descriptions and observations from Olive D. Campbell's travels in New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Olive D. Campbell also used the diary as a notebook to record folk song lyrics.

Folder 320

Olive D. Campbell Vestbirk reunion notebook, 1923 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 320

Folder 321

Olive D. Campbell travel notebook, 1923-1925 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 321

Used by Olive D. Campbell during her travels in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland with her sister Daisy Gertrude Dame and colleague Marguerite Butler. Through these travels, Olive D. Campbell gathered information about the Dutch folk school educational style, which she later used in forming the John C. Campbell Folk School.

Folder 322

Olive D. Campbell diary, 1926 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 322

Contains reflections on personal and religious topics, as well as quotations and clippings.

Folder 323

Olive D. Campbell travel diary, 1937 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 323

Used by Olive D. Campbell during her travels in China, Japan, and Korea, 1937.

Folder 324

Olive D. Campbell notebook and enclosures, 1937-1938 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 324

Appears to contain lesson plans and teaching notes, as well as personal reflections and research notes. Also included is a letter from Morten Lange, who was the son of her friend Jakob Emanuel Lange, and several clippings.

Folder 325

Olive D. Campbell diary and notes, circa 1930-1940 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 325

Used by Olive D. Campbell during a trip to Kentucky, circa 1930-1940. Olive D. Campbell also used the diary as a notebook.

Folder 326

Olive D. Campbell notebook, 1941-1942 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 326

Appears to contain lesson plans and teaching notes on religious topics.

Folder 327

Olive D. Campbell notebook, 1911-1952 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 327

Folder 328

Olive D. Campbell notes and fragments, 1910-1952 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 328

Folder 329

Olive D. Campbell diary and notes, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 329

Possibly used while Olive D. Campbell was traveling in Kentucky.

Folder 330

Olive D. Campbell poetry notebook, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 330

Labeled "Poems-Useful Clippings." Contains loose and pasted clippings of poems, as well as handwritten poems.

Folder 331

Olive D. Campbell poetry notes and clippings, 1930-1994 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 331

Contents of a folder originally entitled "Poems-Useful Clippings."

Folder 332

Olive D. Campbell poetry notebook, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 332

Contains poem clippings and typed copies of poems and bible verses.

Folder 333

Olive D. Campbell address book, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 333

Folder 334

Olive D. Campbell address book, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 334

Folder 335

Gavin A. Campbell diary, 1889 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 335

Daily diary kept by Gavin A. Campbell, a brother of John C. Campbell, while studying at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass.

Folder 336

Grace Buckingham Campbell notebook, 1896 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 336

Notebook belonging to Grace Buckingham Campbell, who was the first wife of John C. Campbell.

Folder 337

John C. Campbell grade book, circa 1890 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 337

Possibly used while John C. Campbell was teaching in Joppa, Ala. Later used as a notebook by Olive D. Campbell.

Folder 338

John C. Campbell Shakespeare Birthday Book, circa 1900 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 338

Notebook listing Shakespeare quotes for each day of the year, in which people would autograph the book next to the quote associated with their birthday. John C. Campbell appears to have annotated the book with the birth and death years of many signers.

Folder 339

John C. Campbell quotations notebook, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Diaries and notebooks, 1889-1952." Folder 339

Used by John C. Campbell to collect quotations, likely while a student at Philips Academy in Andover, Mass. Olive D. Campbell later used the notebook for lesson plans and teaching notes, and most of the notebook consists of Olive's notes.

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About 200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Personal and family materials relating to Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, and the Campbell and Dame families. Included are materials related to Olive D. Campbell's work at Tufts University; an invitation to the wedding of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell; travel sketches drawn by Olive D. Campbell; architectural plans for the Campbells' home in Asheville, N.C.; a transcription of a clairvoyant communication between Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell dated 1920; Campbell and Dame family materials; musical materials; financial materials; and personal documents; among other items. Most of the materials are dated 1900-1940.

Oversize Paper OP-3800/1

Olive D. Campbell sketch, circa 1900 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." OP-3800/1

Watercolor sketch of a landscape.

Folder 340

Tufts University materials, 1902-1903 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 340

Consists of 1902 choral concert program, a 1903 Commencement program, and an Association of Tufts Alumnae membership card belonging to Olive D. Campbell.

Folder 341

John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell wedding invitation, 1907 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 341

Folder 342

Olive D. Campbell sketches, Gibraltar and Italy, 1907 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 342

Sketches of buildings and landscapes likely completed by Olive D. Campbell while on a nine-month European honeymoon with John C. Campbell in 1907.

Folder 343

Specifications for home in West Asheville, N.C., August 1917 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 343

Typed specifications commissioned by John C. Campbell and prepared by architect William H. Lord for a home in West Asheville, N.C., dated August 1917.

Folder 344

Olive D. Campbell communication with John C. Campbell, 1920 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 344

Transcription of a conversation between John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, dated 1 April 1920. The messages appear to have been communicated clairvoyantly following John's death in 1919 and discuss Olive's work with the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers and the couple's daughters Jane and Barbara, who both died in infancy.

Folder 345

Olive D. Campbell birth certificate copy, 1922 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 345

Folder 346

Olive D. Campbell passport, 1935-1936 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 346

Folder 347

Olive D. Campbell calling cards and case, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 347

Folder 348

Campbell family materials, 1869-1914 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 348

Consists of an undated postcard describing Piedmont College, where John C. Campbell served as president from 1904 to 1907; a funeral notice for Anna Kipp, dated 16 February 1874; several calling cards; a notecard listing the death dates of several members of the Campbell family; clippings of John C. Campbell's signature; a certificate in German belonging to Gavin Archibald Campbell; a page of handwritten genealogical notes concerning the Campbell family; and newspaper clippings containing obituaries of members of the Campbell family, 1894-1913 and undated.

Oversize Paper OP-3800/2-4

OP-3800/2

OP-3800/3

OP-3800/4

Campbell family bible pages, 1836-1905 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." OP-3800/2-4

Pages appear to have been removed from a Campbell family bible and include a list of births, deaths, and marriages, and a religious print.

Folder 349

Dame family materials, 1932 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 349

Consists of typed and handwritten notes concerning the Dame family, genealogical materials, an envelope of notecards labeled "Quilt labels," and the will of Isabel A. Dame, dated 26 October 1932.

Folder 350-352

Folder 350

Folder 351

Folder 352

Musical materials, 1916-2003 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 350-352

Consists of printed and handwritten sheet music for piano, voice, and recorder, and other musical materials including a letter and pages of lyrics, collected by Olive D. Campbell.

Folder 353-356

Folder 353

Folder 354

Folder 355

Folder 356

Financial materials, 1912-1913 and 1948-1954 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 353-356

Includes an account book maintained by John C. Campbell documenting a study of southern mountain communities, 1912-1913; and an expenses notebook, checkbook, and other financial materials belonging to Olive D. Campbell, 1952-1954.

Folder 357

Other personal materials, 1855-1953 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Personal and family materials, 1836-2003." Folder 357

Includes notes, fragments, and ephemera, among other items.

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About 800 items.

Other materials, including John C. Campbell Folk School printed materials, documents, and correspondence; materials relating to the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers; correspondence and other materials relating to John M. Glenn; clippings; and other printed materials, including articles and publications relating to Danish folk schools, the Southern Highlands, the life and work of John C. Campbell, and rural handicrafts, among other topics.

Folder 358-360

Folder 358

Folder 359

Folder 360

John C. Campbell Folk School printed materials, 1941-1952 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Other materials, 1905-1954." Folder 358-360

Includes booklets and brochures, 1941-1952 and undated; a calendar notebook, 1955; and a copy of The John C. Campbell Folk School: The First 40 Years, 1966.

Folder 361

John C. Campbell Folk School documents and correspondence, 1935-1953 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Other materials, 1905-1954." Folder 361

Folder 362

Conference of Southern Mountain Workers materials, 1914-1919 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Other materials, 1905-1954." Folder 362

Includes a report from the 1914 annual conference, a partial registration list for the 1916 annual conference, and programs from the 1918 and 1919 annual conferences.

Folder 363

John M. Glenn materials, 1917-1950 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Other materials, 1905-1954." Folder 363

Includes a will, obituary clippings, and correspondence relating to the Russell Sage Foundation and the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers.

Folder 364

Clippings, 1917-1941 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Other materials, 1905-1954." Folder 364

Folder 365-366

Folder 365

Folder 366

Printed materials, 1905-1954 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Other materials, 1905-1954." Folder 365-366

Includes articles and publications relating to Danish folk schools, the Southern Highlands, the life and work of John C. Campbell, rural handicrafts, and the Olive Dame Campbell memorial issue of Mountain Life and Work, 1954. Also includes a poetry pamphlet and a pamphlet of religious reflections.

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About 800 items.

Photograph albums and loose pictures including photographs, negatives, and stereographs depicting John C. Campbell, Olive D. Campbell, members of the Campbell and Dame families, and other friends and unidentified subjects. The pictures document travel, family gatherings, and John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell's work in the Southern Highlands and with the John C. Campbell Folk School.

Prior to reformatting, the nitrate negatives in image folder 63 are closed to research.

Pictures arrived at the repository arranged into groupings with identifying information, including annotated interleaving pages, photograph labels, and folder titles. This information was used in preparing the description of the pictures.

Image Folder PF-3800/59-60

PF-3800/59

PF-3800/60

Photographs, Olive D. Campbell, 1892-1954 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/59-60

Individual photographs of Olive D. Campbell, taken over the various stages of her life.

Oversize Image OP-P-3800/366

Photograph of Olive D. Campbell by Doris Ulman, circa 1930 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." OP-P-3800/366

Photographic portrait of Olive D. Campbell taken and signed by Doris Ulman, circa 1930.

Image Folder PF-3800/64

Negative, photograph of Olive D. Campbell by Doris Ulman, circa 1930 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/64

Negative of image OP-P-3800/366.

Image Folder PF-3800/54

Photographs, John C. Campbell, circa 1880-1918 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/54

Individual photographs of John C. Campbell, taken over the various stages of his life.

Special Format Image SF-P-3800/310

Tintype, John C. Campbell, 1881 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." SF-P-3800/310

Tintype portrait of John C. Campbell, 1881.

Image Folder PF-3800/58

Photographs, John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, circa 1908-1909 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/58

Primarily consists of photographs of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell posing in front of their home in Demorest, Ga., circa 1908-1909. Also contains a photograph of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell travelling in Italy, and a photograph of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell posing on horseback.

Oversize Image OP-P-3800/365

Group photograph of Olive D. Campbell, Ruth Dame Coolidge, and other female Tufts University students, circa 1900 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." OP-P-3800/365

Formal portrait of a group of female Tufts University students, including Olive D. Campbell and Ruth Dame Coolidge, circa 1900.

Image Folder PF-3800/47

Olive D. Campbell photograph album, travel in Europe; Nantucket, Mass.; Asheville, N.C.; Utah; and Maine; circa 1906-1908 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/47

Album with photographs and enclosures, including postcards and newspaper clippings. Contains photographs of Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, Ruth Dame Coolidge, and other members of the Dame and Coolidge families and friends. Images also depict general scenes of travel and sightseeing in Europe, including landscapes, monuments, and buildings. Also includes mounted postcards and landscapes from Maine.

Image Folder PF-3800/48

Olive D. Campbell and John D. Campbell photograph album pages and fragments, circa 1910 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/48

Contains photograph album pages and loose photographs depicting Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell, as well as other members of the Dame and Campbell families, together with unidentified subjects.

Image Folder PF-3800/49

Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell photograph album, Asheville, N.C., circa 1910 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/49

Album containing cyanotypes of Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell in Asheville, N.C., circa 1910. Also includes cyanotypes of landscapes, structures, and unidentified subjects.

Image Folder PF-3800/50-51

PF-3800/50

PF-3800/51

Olive D. Campbell and John C. Campbell photograph album, western North Carolina, 1914 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/50-51

Album of labeled photographs documenting life, scenery, and structures in western North Carolina. Included are images of Olive D. Campbell, John C. Campbell, Daisy G. Dame, and other family members, friends, and employees in scenes of rural North Carolina life and recreation, including farming, fishing, hiking, camping, and horseback riding. Also includes a folder of loose photographs and an enclosure from the album.

Image Folder PF-3800/65

Negatives, John C. Campbell, Olive D. Campbell, and family and friends, circa 1910-1917 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/65

Images of John C. Campbell, Olive D. Campbell, and family and friends, including photographs of Barbara Campbell, a daughter of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, who died in infancy. Some negatives correspond to prints found elsewhere in the collection.

Image Folder PF-3800/68

Photographs, Olive D. Campbell and "Cachalot," circa 1919-1954 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/68

Consists primarily of images of "Cachalot," the Campbell family residence in Nantucket, Mass. Also included are photographs of Olive D. Campbell and other members of the Dame family, which appear to have been taken in Nantucket, Mass.

Image Folder PF-3800/61

Photographs, Olive D. Campbell and travel in Scandinavia, 1922 and 1934 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/61

Image Folder PF-3800/66

Negatives, Olive D. Campbell and travel in Scandinavia, 1922 or 1934 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/66

Contains negatives of some of the photographs in image folder PF-3800/61.

Image Folder PF-3800/56

Photographs, Jane Campbell and Barbara Campbell, circa 1912 and 1917 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/56

Includes photographs of Jane Campbell and Barbara Campbell, daughters of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, who both died in infancy.

Image Folder PF-3800/53

Photographs, Campbell family, circa 1880-1969 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/53

Special Format Image SF-P-3800/309

Tintype, Campbell family member, circa 1870 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." SF-P-3800/309

Tintype portrait of a young boy, possibly John C. Campbell or Gavin A. Campbell, circa 1870.

Special Format Image SF-P-3800/311

Tintype, Campbell family member, circa 1870 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." SF-P-3800/311

Duplicate image of tintype SF-P-3800/309.

Image Folder PF-3800/54

Photographs, Dame family, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/54

Image Folder PF-3800/55

Photographs, friends of John C. Campbell and Olive D. Campbell, circa 1924-1939 and undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/55

Image Folder PF-3800/52

Photographs, Brasstown, N.C., area and John C. Campbell Folk School, circa 1920-1951 #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/52

Image Folder PF-3800/63

Negatives, images of the rural South taken by Daisy G. Dame, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/63

Prior to reformatting, the nitrate negatives are closed to research.

Image Folder PF-3800/62

Photographs, unidentified subjects and other photographs #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/62

Image Folder PF-3800/67

Stereographs, United States of America, undated #03800, Subseries: "Addition of January 2011: Pictures, 1870-1969." PF-3800/67

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Processing Information

Processed by: SHC Staff

Encoded by: Eben Lehman, March 2006

Processing Note: This collection was processed with support from the Randleigh Foundation Trust.

Finding aid updated in March 2011 by Anna Kephart because of addition.

The addition of January 2011 has not been integrated into the original deposits. Researchers should always check additions to be sure they have identified all files of interest to them.

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