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Ann Celine Taft Collection, November-December 1984

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Title

Ann Celine Taft Collection

Date

November-December 1984

Repository

Western Kentucky University Folklife ArchivesBowling Green, Kentucky, 42101-3576 USA

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research. This collection and numerous other collections are accessible through a card catalog and print inventories at the Kentucky Building. Manuscripts and Folklife Archives collections do not circulate nor are they listed on the university's online library catalog. A valid I.D. is required to use the materials. Limited photocopying is done for patrons.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item] Ann Celine Taft Collection, November-December 1984, FA 49,Library Special Collections, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green.

Extent

1 folder. 3 items. 16 pages. 2 cassette tapes.

Scope and Content

The Straightway Gospel Singers. Paper written by Taft based upon interviews with Callis and Willie Mae Robb, Gallatin, Tn., about their musical experiences, November 1984.

Subjects

  • 1. Black musicians - Tennessee
  • 2. Blacks - Churches and religious affairs
  • 3. Churches and religious affairs - Blacks
  • 4. Gospel music
  • 5. Robb, Callis, 1911-
  • 6. Robb, Willie Mae, 1914-
  • 7. Tennessee - Black musicians
  • 8. Tennessee - Gospel music

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