Accession Number: 27
Appalachian Notes Records
3.2 linear feet
Series I - Drafts and
Series II - Articles Submitted for Publication
Series III - Correspondence
Series IV - Resource Material
Series V - Appalachian Resource Survey
Access and Use:
Provenance: Records provided to Special Collections by
Berea College history professor Richard Drake, PhD, founder and
of Appalachian Notes.
Preferred Citation: Appalachian Notes Records, Special
Collections & Archives, Berea
College, Berea, Ky.
Overview of the Collection
These are correspondence, submitted articles, notes, drafts and
proofs relating to the publication of Appalachian Notes (1971-1980)
during the editorship of Berea College History Professor, Richard
Drake. Also included are the results of an Appalachian Resource
Survey (library and archives holdings) that Drake conducted during
a sabbatical leave in 1973.
Related Archives at Berea College:
- Richard B. Drake Papers RG 9
Dr. Drake established Appalachian
Notes in 1972-1973
as a quarterly publication that primarily featured book reviews
and articles about Appalachia. He served
as editor until 1979. Thomas Ford and Lawrence Thompson of the University of
Kentucky both served as assistant editors during those years. After Drake stepped
down, Appalachian Notes continued publication under other editorship
8 Manuscript Boxes
This series consists of notes, drafts, proofs and finished issues,
Volumes 1-7, 1973-1979.
||Articles Submitted for
||Box 5, Cont.
This series consists of submitted articles.
This series consists of publications-related correspondence 1971-1980.
This series consists of print publications, clippings and other
material gathered for possible publication.
||Appalachian Resource Survey
This series consists of data gathered by Drake in 1973 that document
the locations and descriptions of Appalachian-related library and
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