Berea Weaving Oral History Collection [sound recording] / by Philis Alvic.


Berea Weaving Oral History Collection [sound recording] / by Philis Alvic.

This collection consists of seventeen audio cassette recordings of oral history interviews with weavers and other Berea, Kentucky residents involved with household weaving, weaving as a Berea College student industry, or the commercial enterprise, Churchill Weavers. The interviews were recorded by Lexington, Kentucky weaver, Philis Alvic, in 1993 and 1995.

17 sound cassettes analog, mono.


SNAC Resource ID: 7148368

Berea College, Hutchins Library

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