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Guide to the Southern Appalachian Studies Records (1962 Regional Survey), Series X-XIII
 

Accession Number: 3
Southern Appalachian Studies Records (1962 Regional Survey)
Papers: 1956-1962
Linear Feet 72
Online Catalog Record (BANC)


Overview & Series Description
Series I- Interdenominational Conference 1956-1957
Series II - Weatherford Correspondence 1958-1965
Series III - Board of Directors Correspondence 1958-1962
Series IV - Ford Foundation
Series V - Religion
        Boxes 35-78 | Boxes 79-97
Series VI - Writers' Conference
Series VII - Urban Planning
Series VIII - Education
Series IX - Health, Welfare, and Local Government
Series X - Agriculture
Series XI - Industrialization
Series XII - Folk Arts
Series XIII - Tourism and Attitude Survey

Series XIV - Household Survey
Series XV - Codes
Series XVI - Finance
Series XVII - Miscellaneous Papers
Series XVIII - Newspaper Clippings
Series XIX - Card Files
Series XX - Highway Maps - Oversize
Series XXI - Tabulation sheets and IBM cards - Oversize
Non-manuscript Material

Series X Agriculture Box 110

This series consists mainly of correspondence between the Southern Appalachian Studies and regional home and farm demonstration agents or soil conservation agents. One manuscript related to area farming is included here also. NOTE: Oversized items are at the end of this collection

Box 110
  1. Manuscript: Agriculture in the Southern Appalachian Mountains by Proctor and White, 1950-1954
  2. Chapter outline, editorial notes, research plans, and Agriculture Resources and Farm Characteristics of Southern Appalachia and the Seven Contiguous States, 1950-1954
  3. Pamphlet on North Carolina agriculture, 1957, 1962
  4. Soil conservation agents correspondence- Alabama Sep-Oct 1961
  5. Soil conservation agents correspondence- Georgia, Sep, 1961
  6. Soil conservation agents correspondence- Kentucky, Sep 1961
  7. Soil conservation agents correspondence- Virginia, Oct 1961-62
  8. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- Alabama, 1961
  9. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- Georgia, 1961
  10. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- Kentucky, 1961
  11. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- North Carolina, 1961
  12. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- Tennessee, 1961
  13. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- Virginia, 1961
  14. Farm demonstration agents correspondence- West Virginia, 1961
  15. Home demonstration agents correspondence- Alabama, 1961
  16. Home demonstration agents correspondence- Georgia, 1961
  17. Home demonstration agents correspondence- North Carolina, 1961
  18. Agriculture study: computer sheets , n.d.
  19. Agriculture study: tables and charts, n.d.
  20. General agriculture study- correspondence Apr 58-Jul 60
  21. U.S. Department of Agriculture miscellaneous publications, 1935
Series XI Industrialization Box 111

Two manuscripts, miscellaneous reports, news clippings, and correspondence comprise this series along with the project plans of the Southern Appalachian Studies.

Box 111

  1. Manuscript: The Development of Manufacturing in the Southern Appalachian Region- Thomas and Quittmeyer, n.d.
  2. Extractive industry: photographs, negatives, and photocopied advertising material, 1958-1959
  3. Extractive industry: charts and tables, n.d.
  4. Extractive industry: charts and tables, n.d.
  5. Manuscript and chapter outline: Habitat: Economy: Society- Gibbard, n.d.
  6. Extractive industry- correspondence, 1958-1959
  7. Extractive Industry and Forestry in Southern Appalachia- Gibbard, n.d.
  8. Georgia industrialization, 1957-1958
  9. Pamphlet on industry in North Carolina, n.d.
  10. News clippings, 1947
  11. Tennessee industrial newsletters, 1958
  12. Progress report: Industrialization in Southern Appalachia, 1958
  13. Industrialization correspondence and project plans, 1958-1959
Series XII Folk Arts Box 112

This series incorporates a questionnaire, a manuscript, various pamphlets concerning dances, music, games, correspondence, and regional study either initiated by the Southern Appalachian Studies or received by the Southern Appalachian Studies.

Box 112
  1. Folk arts research questionnaire and correspondence, 1960
  2. Southern Appalachian Square Dances and Singing Games- F. Smith, 1960
  3. Folk games: editorial notes, preface bibliography, and correspondence, 1960
  4. Craft Survey of the Southern Appalachian Mountains-Stevens, 1960
  5. Manuscript: Crafts in Southern Appalachia- Stevens research plan and chapter outline, 1960
  6. Folk arts- correspondence, 1957-1959
  7. Music in Southern Appalachia- V. Taylor- with chapter outline, 1959
  8. Music chapter: research plans, correspondence, and evaluation, 1958-1959
  9. Southern Appalachian Regional Study: Geography and Land Forms of the Southern Appalachian Region-P. Reece and The Southern Appalachian Region: A New Survey- Vance, 1961
  10. Geographical study- research design suggestion outline, n.d.
  11. Southern Appalachian Region: A New Survey- Vance, 1961
  12. Miscellaneous- regional material, 1957-1961
  13. Pamphlets, booklets, and brochures on region, 1960
Series XIII Tourism and Attitude Survey Boxes 113-114

Material related to the attitude survey - raw data, tabulations, coded schedules, and interpretations - are included in this series along with a couple of items on Southern Appalachian tourism.

Box 113
  1. Tourism in Southern Appalachia- J. W. Morris- editorial notes, n.d.
  2. Morris- correspondence and photographs, 1957-1960
  3. The Southern Appalachian Attitude Survey- Thomas R. Ford, n.d.
  4. The Southern Appalachian Attitude Survey- Thomas R. Ford, n.d.
  5. The Southern Appalachian Attitude Survey- study (revised), n.d.
  6. Religious Thought and Belief in Southern Appalachia as Revealed by an Attitude Survey (related data), 1960
  7. Attitude study- pamphlet, 1960-1961
  8. Attitude study- extra charts, n.d.
  9. Attitude study- memorandums of agreement and purpose, n.d.
  10. Attitude study- suggested questionnaire, 1950-1958
Box 114
  1. Class project: race relations- attitude study tabulations, n.d.
  2. Attitude survey- general correspondence, 1958-1960
  3. Attitude survey- raw data (Tables A-C), 1959
  4. Attitude survey- raw data (Tables D-H), n.d.
  5. Attitude survey raw data , n.d.
  6. Attitude survey raw data, n.d.
  7. Attitude survey- Thomas R. Ford, n.d.
  8. Attitude survey- interpretation, four chapter, and appendices, n.d.

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