Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.008
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 6
Scope and Contents Unedited footage of two women, Bonnie Terry and Juanita (last name unknown), working on quilts at Juanita s home. They frame one quilt backing and attach batting and the quilt top. Juanita is also shown working on another framed quilt while listening to Johnny Cash. Additional footage of Juanita and Bonnie in Juanita s garden and examining a cabbage ruined by dust from coal trucks on the road. Tape cuts to brief footage recorded at an older woman's home; the older woman, Mrs. Hatmaker, is...
Dates: July 3, 1976
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 7
Scope and Contents Unedited raw footage from the Community Craft Center in Norris, TN. Video begins with an extended clip of children playing and brushing their teeth in front of the camera. Second segment features Jeanne Bowman, a member of the Community Craft Center, demonstrating how to make cornshuck dolls for Bonnie Terry. Third segment features members of the Community Craft Center discussing the history of the Center and how it works. It was started as part of a community action...
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 2
Scope and Contents Unedited footage of indoor crafts fair. Women displaying quilts and other fabric crafts. Woman playing Liza Jane on fiddle, with young girls accompanying her on recorder, spoons and jug.Men, women and children gathered in living room of a home. Maureen O'Connell is present, sitting in a rocking chair. The home's owners donated a house to establish a health clinic in White Oak. Craft fair, young boy wearing sandwich board reading Appalachian Crafts Fair, Sat. and Sun....
Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.001
Scope and Contents Forty-six (46) open reel videos documenting residents of former coal mining communities in Campbell County and Claiborne County, Tennessee. The bulk of the videos are uneditied raw footage recording the creation of Appalachian folk art, crafts and music, as well as Marie Cirillo's engagement with the communities' efforts to establish health care clinics and local economic development.Following an oral history project conducted by Marie Cirillo and Maureen O'Connell in 1972, a...
Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.001
Identifier: Cirillo Tape 16
Scope and Contents Footage of the Mountain Heritage Festival in Stinking Creek, Tennessee including musical performances featuring guitar, piano, banjo, and dulcimer. Songs performed include I'll Fly Away, Sheltered in the Arms of God, I Know What You're Talking About, Wasted Years, Country Roads, and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. Also includes footage of antique auto display, craft fair and quilt auction, people eating and enjoying the festival, and a performance about the history of Sadie McCoy, a historic woman...
Tennessee bicentennial posters (Washington County’s Heritage in Patchwork poster, 1996; Tenn. stamp poster, 1996; Tennessee Treasures poster)
Identifier: Ephemera 1996.001
Scope and Contents One poster picturing Washington County (Tenn.) quilt done for Tennessee bicentennial, 1996. Entitled “Washington County’s Heritage in Patchwork.” Color. 1 pc. 17 x 22”. + description sheet. Martha Marshall, quilt artist; Mildred Kozsuch, consultant. One color poster of the Tennessee stamp issued for the state’s bicentennial, 1996. 1 pc. 23 x 36”. One color poster “Tennessee Treasures” re: bicentennial traveling exhibit. (1994?1996?). 16 x 22”.