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Clay County Clay KY

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Clay County StatisticKentucky PostSecondary Education Profile (CPE) .PDF file
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Basket Farm Photos
KY 395, 1 mi. S of KY 1779
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Vernacular

Bethel Church Photos
US 60, 1 mi. W of Clay Village
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Gothic Revival

Clay City National Bank BuildingPhotos
6th Ave.
Clay City, KY
Architecture: NA
Clay, Henry, School Photos
US 60
Clay Village, KY
Architecture: Classical Revival
Fish Trap Rock PetroglyphsPhotos
Eriline, KY
Architecture: Woodland Prehistoric Art
Graham HousePhotos
KY 1779, 1.5 mi. W of KY 395
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Late Victorian
Huss, M. W., House Photos
US 60,.5 mi. E of Clay Village
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Vernacular
Johnston House Photos
KY 714 and KY 1790
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Vernacular
Montgomery House Photos
Buzzard Roost Rd., 1.5 mi. S of US 60
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Greek Revival
Nash, Dr., House Photos
US 60
Clay Village, KY
Architecture: Vernacular
Newton House Photos
US 60
Clay Village, KY
Architecture: Antebellum Vernacular
Red Bird River Petroglyph Photos
Eriline, KY
Architecture: Woodland Prehistoric Art

Rice House Photos
US 60,.5 mi. N of Clay Village
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Greek Revival
Shady Rest Photos
US 60,.5 mi. N of Clay Village
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Greek Revival
Sullen Possum Site Photos
Oneida vicinity, KY
Architecture: Prehistoric
Tindall House Photos
US 60
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Antebellum Vernacular
Vanatta House Photos
US 60
Clay Village, KY
Architecture: Settlement Vernacular
Weakley, Thomas, House Photos
KY 1779 and Beard Rd.
Clay Village vicinity, KY
Architecture: Greek Revival

Peabody—Fordson Historic District KY 66, S. of Big Creek
Big Creek, KY
Architecture: Colonial Revival

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Million Games Highway 421
Manchester, KY 40962
606-598-6999
Toys and Games Store, also Arts and Crafts Supplies

Baker’s Florist and Crafts Route 11
Oneida, KY 40972
606-847-4387
Arts and Crafts Supplies

Appalachian Hosting Manchester, KY
606-262-7845
Commercial Web Design and Hosting

Manchester Enterprise P.O. Box 449/ 103 3rd. St.
Manchester, KY 40962
606-598-6174
Local Newspaper, also Commercial Printing

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Lida Lucas Becknell LLB Creations
131 Locust Street
Manchester, KY 40962
606-598-2631
Email
Commercial Web Design

Jan HuttoStone Fence Project
Clay County, KY
Master Stone Craftsman

Arts Instruction back to top

District Webpage

Big Creek Elementary Allison Lovins, Arts and Humanities, itinerate teacher

Burning Springs Elementary

Oneida ElementaryDebbie Hacker, Art teacher

Clay County Middle SchoolArt Program
Richard Sester, Art teacher

Clay County High School Arts and Humanities Department

Clay County Public Library 211 Bridge Street
Manchester, KY 40962
606-598-2617

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Display and Selling Venuesback to top

Expressions Studio Manchester, KY 40962
Email
Photography

Hallelujah Ministries, Inc. 1838 Hwy 80
Manchester, KY 40962
606-599-3852
“Hallelujah” Christian Festival
Arts and Crafts booth vending opportunities

Clay County Days Manchester, KY
Arts and Crafts vending opportunities

Nicholson’s Photography RR 1
Manchester, KY
606-598-7458
Photography

Aaron Signs and Graphics 1417 Highway 2000
Manchester, KY 40962
606-598-6293
Custom Signs

Fox Hollow Woodworks 36 Fox Hollow Rd.
Manchester, KY 40962
606-598-3934
Carpentry, woodworking

Oneida Baptist Institute Craft Shop 401 Mulberry St.
Oneida, KY
606-847-4111, Ext. 245

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Finding Aids to Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture
KENTUCKY COLLECTIONS
IN THE ARCHIVE OF FOLK CULTURE
Compiled by: Gregory Jenkins, Joseph C. Hickerson, and Ann C. Taft
Series Editor: Ann Hoog
Revised: December 2010
Six hundred twenty-six 12-inch discs of church services, instrumentals, songs, and stories recorded in Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., by John A. Lomax, Alan Lomax, Ruby T. Lomax, and Harold Spivacke, 1933-37. [catalog record] One disc containing songs sung by Aunt Molly Jackson, of Clay County, Kentucky, recorded in Wilton, Connecticut, March 1935. (10 minutes; tape copy on LWO 4844 reel 6B)

Aunt Molly Jackson

AFC 1936/001: Alan Lomax / Aunt Molly Jackson Collection Nine 12-inch discs of songs sung by Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky. Recorded in New York City by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle, September 1935. (includes AFS 820-828) (1 hour and 30 minutes; tape copy on LWO 4872 reels 58B-59A)

Collection of sound recordings of Aunt Molly Jackson, a traditional singer from Clay County, Kentucky, singing ballads (including Child ballads), folk songs, hymns, spirituals, and popular songs for the Archive of Folk Song, Library of Congress.

AFC 1937/001: Alan Lomax and Elizabeth Lomax Kentucky Collection Two hundred and twenty-eight 12-inch discs of songs and instrumentals recorded in eastern Kentucky by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax, September and October 1937. Includes performances by Boyd Asher of Hyden, Nora Bagley of Pine Mountain, Maynard Britton of Big Creek, Bill Bundy of Manchester, Tilman Cadle of Pineville, George Davis of Hazard, Jack Garland of Arjay, Jim Garland of Pineville, Munroe Gavedon of West Liberty, Mrs. Nell Hampton of Salyersville, Theophilus G. Hoskins of Hyden, James Howard of Harlan, J. M. Mullins of West Liberty, Mrs. Liza Pace of Hyden, W. M. Stepp of Salyersville, Luther Strong of Hazard, G. D. Vowell of Harlan, Clay Walters of Salyersville, and Walter Williams of Salyersville. (includes AFS 1374-1601) (32 hours; tape copy on LWO 4872 reels 101A-117A) [catalog record]
http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700304

A collection of field recordings made on Presto discs by Alan Lomax and his wife Elizabeth Lomax in eastern Kentucky in September and October 1937 for the Archive of American Folk Song at the Library of Congress. The collection includes folk songs, ballads, hymns, camp meeting songs, union songs, coal miners' songs, blues, children's songs, stories; banjo, harmonica, guitar, and dulcimer music; and a large number of fiddle tunes.

AFC 1938/008: Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle CollectionFifteen 10-inch discs of songs recorded in New York City by Alan Lomax and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle, November 1937. [catalog record]

AFS 1939-42 Four discs containing songs sung by Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky. (30 minutes; tape copy on LWO 4872 reel 136)

AFS 1943-48A; 1949B-50A; 1951A-53B Eleven discs containing songs sung by Jim Garland and Sarah Ogan Gunning of Pineville, Kentucky. (1 hour; tape copy on LWO 4872 reels 136B-137A)

Collection of recordings of miner's songs, union songs, and protest songs from Kentucky sung by Jim Garland, Aunt Molly Jackson, Sarah Ogan, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gelder.
http://lccn.loc.gov/2009655411

AFC 1939/012: Alan Lomax Recordings of Aunt Molly Jackson Sixty-one 12-inch discs of songs and stories sung and spoken by Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky. Recorded in New York City by Alan Lomax, May 1939. (6 hours and 30 minutes; tape copy on LWO 4872 reels 162B-166A, 219) [catalog record]
http://lccn.loc.gov/2008700321

Collection of field recordings of songs, stories, and interviews with Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky recorded by Alan Lomax in New York City in May 1939 for the Archive of Folk Song, Library of Congress. Jackson sings folk songs, Child ballads, and her own compositions about coal miners and life in coal camps. She discussses her family background, religion, and life in eastern Kentucky.

AFC 1975/026: Art Rosenbaum Duplication Project Twenty-seven 10-inch tapes of blues, country, fiddle, gospel, and other music recorded in Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, and Scotland primarily by Art Rosenbaum, 1958-71. [catalog record]

AFS 17,543; 17,547-17,548 Three tapes containing songs and instrumentals performed by Bert Hare of Asher, Clester Hounchell of Grace, Omie and Roy Rose of Helton, Rob Sizemore of Manchester, and J. M. Stone of Manchester, 1961 and 1963. (6 hours; LWO 8487 reels 3, 7-8)

AFC 1977/016: Mary Elizabeth Barnicle-Cadle Recordings Collection One 10-inch tape of music performed by Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly), Aunt Molly Jackson, and Jean, Edna, and Pauline Ritchie, and others. Recorded in Kentucky, New York City, Ohio, and Tennessee, by Mary Elizabeth Barnicle-Cadle between 1935 and 1948. The collection includes songs lists. [catalog record]

Summary: Collection of instantaneous disc recordings made by Mary Elizabeth Barnicle Cadle between 1935 and 1948. Performers include Leadbelly recorded in New York City [1935]; Aunt Molly Jackson recorded in 1939; Jack Johnson recorded in Wear Valley, Tennessee in 1948; Carl and Hazel Johnson recorded in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1947; Jean Ritchie and her sisters Edna, Pauline, and Kitty recorded in Viper, Kentucky in 1946; Ben Harrison Kelly recorded in Byington, Tennessee in 1948; and Jerry Effler recorded in Townsend, Tennessee in 1948. The recordings include blues, folk songs, ballads, Christmas carols, and fiddle tunes and were loaned by Gene Moore of the Highlander Center, New Market, Tennessee.
http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700232

AFS 18,963A6-12 One tape containing songs sung by Aunt Molly Jackson of Clay County, Kentucky, October 1939. (45 minutes; LWO 9417)
AFS 18,963B1-8 One tape containing songs sung by Jean Ritchie and her sisters of Viper, Kentucky, December 1946. (45 minutes; LWO 9417)

AFC 1977/020: Pat Dunford Duplication Project CollectionTwenty-five 10-inch tapes of old-time banjo and fiddle tunes, interviews, stories, and songs by various artists. Recorded in Indiana, Kentucky, and Virginia by Pat Dunford and occasionally Lee Haggerty, Art Rosenbaum, P. Siegel, and Dan White, 1962-69. The collection includes 28 pages of song lists. Includes Wade and Fields Ward, Frank George, John W. Summers, The Feedroom Five, Kenneth Smelser, Mrs. Ella Parker, Mrs. Sigler Underhill and more. [catalog record]

Summary: Field recordings of old-time banjo and fiddle tunes, folk songs and popular songs, some with banjo, guitar, fiddle, and autoharp accompaniment, plus interviews with performers and stories. Recordings were made by Pat Dunford, Art Rosenbaum, P. Siegel, P. D. Dan White, and Lee Haggerty in Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky from 1962 to 1969.
http://lccn.loc.gov/2006700231

AFS 19,022; 19,027; 19,030BThree tapes containing performances by Bert Hare of Asher, Clester Hounchell of Grace, Omie and Roy Rose of Helton, and Riley Shepherd of Hindman, 1962-65. (4 hours and 30 minutes; LWO 9456 reels 10, 15, 18)

AFS 19,536-19,539 Gene Moore Interview of Elizabeth Barnicle-Cadle and Tilman Cadle Four 7-inch tapes of an interview with Mary Elizabeth Barnicle and Tillman Cadle, of Townsend, Tennessee, by Michael Clark and Gene Moore, January-February 1977. Subjects include personal and family history; Mary Elizabeth Barnicle's career as a folklorist; friendships with Zora Neale Hurston, Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, Alan and John A. Lomax, and Aunt Molly Jackson; fieldwork in Kentucky; and a Harlan County strike. (9 hours; LWO 12,983)

http://www.loc.gov/folklife/guides/Kentucky.html

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Jan HuttoStone Fence Project
Clay County, KY Native and Clay County’s Women in Agriculture Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on October 17, 2012