Finding aid and full-text scan of paper (Click on “Additional Files” below) for Folklife Archives Project 161. This collection contains a master’s thesis entitled “Hillbilly Music and Early Live Radio Programming In Bowling Green and Glasgow, Kentucky: Country Music as a Local Phenomenon,” written by James Nelson in January 1994 for the department of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies at Western Kentucky University. Also included is a cassette tape of old-time music from south central Kentucky entitled “Railroad Through the Smoky Mountains,” by Jim Bowles, as well as an obituary for Jonell F. Simunick.
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Folklife Archives, Manuscripts &, "Nelson, James S. (FA 161)" (2012). FA Finding Aids. Paper 585.
Hillbilly Music and Early Live Radio Programming in Bowling Green and Glasgow, Kentucky: Country Music as a Local Phenomenon (paper)
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This collection is archived in Manuscripts & Folklife Archives at Western Kentucky University; 270-745-6434; email@example.com