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The William Walter Williams Collection consists of photos and miscellaneous papers related to Jesse James, the Potter family, and Williams' early history.
The Dr. Lena Charles Bailey Collection is arranged in two series:
Series I: Scrapbooks and Biographical Information – The first series contains scrapbooks and other biographical information in book form.
Series II: Plaques and Awards – Contents of this second series include plaques, awards, photographs, and other non-paper materials of Dr. Bailey.
Documents and books related to science, coal, and Pikeville College
The Ethel Beem Collection consists of 15 photographic images of the campus of Pikeville College dated from the 1940's. Also included in the collection are two newspaper articles from 1983 which list biographical information about Ms. Beem.
The Jacob Blair Collections consists of eight manuscript documents dating from 1886 through 1944. The majority of the documents relate to Blair’s military service and his subsequent pension requests.
1 Hollinger box containing sermons and class lecture notes, as well as a teaching award from 1994-95.
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 Lillie Chaffin Collection consists of eight linear feet of material which documents the life and career of the eastern Kentucky teacher and writer. The collection contains a wide range of materials from Chaffin’s early career, including letters, manuscripts, and copies of publications, which date from 1950-1979.
The Eula Coleman Collection consists of the Kewanee Stone, a two-foot by three foot, 200-pound rock formation with serpentine indentions, and supporting manuscript collections. Included in the manuscript collections are clippings of articles and related news stories which document the history of the stone.
The collections consists of postcard photographs and prints collected by Melvin and Virginia Coleman.
The Nancy Forsyth Collection contains material related to the University of Pikeville and the surrounding area. It has artifacts, wills, documents, and books.
Items given by Dr. and Mrs. Hall from their time here. It consists of maps, images, and a card.
- Repository: Frank M. Allara Library X
- Appalachia 23
- Pike County (Ky.) 18
- Eastern Kentucky 13
- Pikeville (Ky.) 13
- Pikeville College 13
- Genealogy 12
- Photographs 12
- Education 7
- Scrapbooks 7
- Universities and colleges -- Kentucky 7
- Floyd County (Ky.) 6
- Religion 5
- Coal mines and mining 4
- Old Regular Baptists 4
- Appalachia -- History 3
- Cemeteries -- Kentucky 3
- Correspondence 3
- Names, Personal 3
- Pikeville College -- Students 3
- Stamps 3 ∧ less
- Pike County Historical Society 3
- Spilman, Mary 3
- Hobbs, Dorcas 2
- Scalf, Henry 2
- Bailey, George 1
- Bailey, Lena (Lena Charles) 1
- Bailey, Maurice 1
- Beem, Ethel Love 1
- Blair, Jacob 1
- Boettner, Lillian (Lillian Henry) 1
- Browning, Carol S. G. (Carol Stewart Grizzard) 1
- Browning, James C. 1
- Chaffin, Lillie (Lillie Dorton) 1
- Cinnamond, C. C. (Carrol C.) 1
- Coleman, Eula F. 1
- Compton, Gayle 1
- Cornette, Chessie 1
- Damron, Ross 1
- Davis, Peggy 1
- Day, Franklin 1 ∧ less