Tape recordings and transcripts of oral interviews with residents in the West Virginia-Ohio-Kentucky Tri-State region regarding such topics as farming, schools, health care, folk customs, and many others related to life in this Appalachian region.
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Marshall University Oral History Collection, Accession No. 1973/01.0064, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.
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