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Photograph of Mother Maybelle, Merle Travis, Doc Boggs and flolkorist Dr. Archie Green on stage with Hazel Dickens as she sings "Black Lung," about 1974

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Title:Photograph of Mother Maybelle, Merle Travis, Doc Boggs and flolkorist Dr. Archie Green on stage with Hazel Dickens as she sings "Black Lung," about 1974
Date:1970-1975
Description:

Hazel Dickens on stage singing "Black Lung." back of photo: Smithsonian about 1974, Mother Maybelle Merle, Travis Doc Boggs, Folklorist Dr. Archie Green [sic]. This is the first time I sang 'Black Lung'."

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Types:Photographs
Subjects:Dickens, Hazel | Carter, Maybelle, 1909-1978 | Travis, Merle | Boggs, Dock, 1898-1971 | Green, Archie | Folklorists--Southern States | Folk musicians--Southern States | Women, White--Southern States | Microphone | Banjo--Southern States | Autoharp--Southern States | Southern States
Collection:Highlander Folk School: A Photographic History
Institution:Highlander Research and Education Center
Contributors:Emory University | Highlander Research and Education Center (Knoxville, Tenn.) | Highlander Folk School Collection (Emory University)
Online Publisher:[Atlanta, Ga.] : Emory University | 2005
Original Material:

1 photograph : b&w

Rights and Usage:

Researchers should contact the Highlander Research and Education Center for terms governing the use of the collection. Contact: Susan Williams, swilliams@highlandercenter.org.

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Forms part of the Highlander Folk School Collection.

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