Vanishing Appalachia: Photographs by Don Dudenbostel, 2010
Scope and Contents
"Vanishing Appalachia," an exhibit at the Museum of East Tennessee History, March 1-June 20, 2010. Photographer Don Dudenbostel created the exhibit's 94 b&w images (11"x14”). In one box. The second box has mounted captions from the exhibit. The sound recordings by writer/media producer Tom Jester are not included. Farmers and serpent handlers, moonshiners and Mennonites are among the mountain people portrayed in the photographs. Most subjects of "Vanishing Appalachia" are East Tennesseans, although a handful of photos were taken in mountain areas of border states like Kentucky and South Carolina. Serpent handler James E. "Jimmy" Morrow and moonshiner Popcorn Sutton are included.
- Creation: 2010
Conditions Governing Access
Material is available for research. Prior arrangement MUST be made by contacting the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection at firstname.lastname@example.org
The sound recordings that were part of the exhibit by writer/media producer Tom Jester are not included. Also see PC 0029.
- Vanishing Appalachia: Photographs by Don Dudenbostel, 2010
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Code for undetermined script
Part of the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection Repository
601 S Gay Street
Knoxville Tennessee 37902 United States