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Southern Appalachian Studies Urban Planning Papers,1958-1967

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Title

Southern Appalachian Studies Urban Planning Papers

Date

1958-1967

Repository

Berea College Special CollectionsBerea, Kentucky 40404

Conditions Governing Access note

Copyright has not been assigned to Berea College.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Southern Appalachian Studies, Urban Planning Papers, KYSX195-A, 1958-1967Special Collections, Berea College, Berea, Ky.

Extent

2 lin. ft.

Biography/History

The principal investigator for the Survey was Roscoe Giffin from the Berea College Department of Sociology. Giffin's survey studies the participation of Appalachian migrants in social activities in Cincinnati, Ohio, and their adjustment to the demands of urban life.

Scope and Content

Materials consist of questionnaires from the Southern Appalachian Studies Urban Survey, correspondence concerning SAS-sponsored Urban Adjustment Workshops, and related manuscript studies by its staff on Appalachian out-migration.

Materials include Giffin's correspondence documenting the planning of the Cincinnati project; correspondence of SAS Administrative Director Willis D. Weatherford, Sr. with Perley F. Ayer, Executive Director of the Council of the Southern Mountains, detailing planning of the Urban Adjustment Workshops (sponsorship of which appears to have shifted from SAS to the Council over this period); materials relating to a separate urban planning study conducted for SAS by Aelred J. Gray of the Tennessee Valley Authority, which are comprised of completed survey sheets, correspondence, and Gray's drafts of a chapter for THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN REGION: A SURVEY; and miscellaneous other manuscript papers, clippings, and publications.

Folder list; unpublished inventory/register.

Subjects

  • Cincinnati, Ohio -- Appalachian migrants
  • Appalachia -- Migration
  • Urban planning -- Tennessee Valley Authority

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