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Cemetery Inventories are filed alphabetically under the name of the cemetery, except when a cemetery inventory is large enough to warrant a separate folder. Folders not listed under a letter of the alphabet in the folder listing below represent separate cemetery folders.
The collection contains material related to the mining business of John C. C. Mayo. There are pictures of the Mayo family, a book carried by W. F. Hyatt, a portrait of John C. C. Mayo, and approximately 50 maps of the area.
The Pike County Historical Society Collection is composed of a wealth of materials on the history of Pike County. Included are ledgers, journals, historical scrapbooks, photographs, and records on a variety of a variety of historical and genealogical topics.
A noted eastern Kentucky historian and genealogist, Henry Scalf collected a great volume of individual family information through his research for the East Kentuckian and his numerous publications. The surname files cover the various names researched by Henry Scalf and were donated to Special Collections, Allara Library, as a portion of the Henry Scalf Collection, 93-03.
- Appalachia 4
- Cemeteries -- Kentucky 3
- Coal mines and mining 3
- Eastern Kentucky 3
- Education 3
- Genealogy 2
- Photographs 2
- Pikeville College 2
- Religion 2
- Scrapbooks 2
- Universities and colleges -- Kentucky 2
- Authors, American -- Kentucky 1
- Communities 1
- Confederate States of America 1
- Correspondence 1
- Home Economics 1
- Letcher County (Ky.) 1
- Names, Personal 1 ∧ less
- Davis, Peggy 1
- Hobbs, Dorcas 1
- May, Eldon J. (Eldon Jack) 1
- Mayo, John C. C. (John Caldwell Calhoun) 1
- Pike County Historical Society 1