Guide to the Carlton and Charles Haney Papers, 1947-2011, undated

Summary Information

Title: Carlton and Charles Haney Papers, 1947-2011, undated
Collection: AC.815
Extent: 36.75 linear feet (23 manuscript boxes, 2 half sized, 7 record boxes, 4 flat boxes, 2 large shoe boxes, 8 small shoe boxes, 1 small disc box)
Abstract:

The Carlton and Charles Haney Papers contain materials related to the personal and professional life of Bluegrass and Country music promoter Carlton Haney. Included within the collection are personal papers, financial records, materials on the production and publicity of music festivals, contracts with performers, and publicity photographs of various Bluegrass and Country music entertainers. The papers contain financial, editorial, and subscription information about music publications published by Haney, including Muleskinner News, Grassound, and Music Country. Also included are reel-to-reel recordings of festivals produced by Haney in North Carolina and Virginia.

Creator: Carlton and Charles Haney

Biographical/Historical Note

Carlton Haney (September 19, 1928, Reidsville, Carolina- March 16, 2011, Greensboro, North Carolina) was a noted festival organizer, promoter, and manager in the fields of Bluegrass and Country music. Haney began his career booking and promoting shows for Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys from 1953 through 1955. He managed bluegrass act Reno and Smiley from 1956 until 1965 and collaborated on several songs with the group including "Jimmy Caught the Dickens (For Pushing Ernest in the Tubb)" which reached number 27 on the Country Charts in 1961. From 1956 through 1964 he produced the New Dominion Barn Dance which broadcast on WRVA-AM, Richmond, Virginia.

In 1965, Haney organized The Blue Grass Festival held at Fincastle, Virginia on Labor Day weekend, September 3-5. The event was the first multi-day festival dedicated to Bluegrass music. Among the performers at the festival were Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys, Clyde Moody, Don Reno and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, The Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Mac Wiseman, and Doc Watson. A highlight of the event was a program called The Story of Bluegrass which reunited Bill Monroe with his former sidemen to reenact his musical career. The festival continued at Fincastle in 1966, then at Berryville, Virginia in 1967 and 1968, before moving to Camp Springs, North Carolina in 1969. Haney went on organize and promote festivals at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and Escoheag, Rhode Island. In addition to the Labor Day Festival, Haney founded the Newgrass Music Festival at Camp Springs in 1972.

Throughout his career Haney both worked with and managed a number of influential Country and Bluegrass artists including Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, The Osborne Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Ray Price, Kitty Wells, and Norma Jean. He appears as an emcee on two live Merle Haggard albums, Okie From Muskogee (1969) and The Fightin' Side of Me (1970), as well as performing the recitation portion of Conway Twitty's "Papa Sing A Song For Me" (1969). Haney published two magazines for Bluegrass enthusiasts Muleskinner News (1969-1988) and Grassound (1974-1979). His 1971 Labor Day Festival at Camp Springs was captured in the 1971 film Bluegrass Country Soul, directed by Albert Ihde. He was presented the International Bluegrass Music Association's Award of Merit in 1990 and was inducted into the International Bluegrass Hall of Fame in 1998. During his later years Haney stepped away from the music business and ran The Bluegrass Two Market in Reidsville, North Carolina.

The collection was donated by Charles Haney (Carlton's brother and the person who first introduced Carlton to Country and Bluegrass music) and Carlton's daughter, Bonnie.

Scope and Contents

The collection contains personal papers including correspondence, photographs of Carlton and Charles Haney, financial information, business records from Haney's convenience store, songwriting royalty invoices, newsclippings, and Country and Bluegrass music ephemera. Materials related to Haney's festivals include planning information for festivals in North Carolina and Virginia, correspondence with entertainers, contracts, posters and publicity materials, and information on other festivals not produced by Haney. Artists Management contains information on the planning, booking, publicity, and relationships with artists booked by Haney, especially those artists booked by Haney for Country shows held in the mid-1960s. Series IV: Publications consists of financial, editorial, and publicity materials related to the production of Muleskinner News, Grassound, and Music City News. Series V: Recordings holds reel-to-reel recordings of Haney's Blue Grass Festivals as well as 45 rpm discs produced by Haney. Series VI: Artifacts includes Carlton Haney's International Bluegrass Music Association Hall of Fame plaque, Carlton Haney's International Bluegrass Music Association Lifetime Membership plaque, Wade Mainer's Pioneer Hall of Fame Award, and a Bill Monroe collectible plate.

Arrangement

The collection material is arranged into six series:

Series I: Personal Papers; Series II: Festivals; Series III: Artist Management; and Series IV: Publications are all arranged alphabetically;

Series V: Recordings contains reels arranged by date, divided into sets by year recorded. The reels are followed by DVDs, VHS, an 8mm film reel, and audio cassettes. 45 rpm discs are listed alphabetically by title at the end of the series.

Series VI: Artifacts are arranged by the location of individual items within the box.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for use in the Dougherty Reading Room. An appointment for research is recommended. The Dougherty Reading Room is located on the 4th floor of Belk Library in Special Collections.

Acquisitions Information

The materials were donated by Charles Haney and were officially gifted to the W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection in an agreement signed January 30, 2014.

Processing Information

The materials initially donated were processed by David H. McRae in 2014. The reels in Series V: Recordings were processed and arranged by Matt Ransom in 2014. The collection was reprocessed with additions and arranged by Trevor McKenzie, March 2015.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], AC.815: Carlton and Charles Haney Papers, W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina 28608.

Container List

Series I: Personal Papers, 1947-2011, undated

Series Description

Series I: Personal Papers contains Haney's personal financial papers, correspondence, and materials related to his interests in music, radio, and religion. The series holds newsclippings about Carlton Haney, obituaries, and notes written by Haney, including snippets of song lyrics. The series also includes early photographs of Carlton and Charles Haney as well as photographs with artists such as Merle Haggard and Conway Twitty. Where possible Haney's original folder titles have been retained.

  Box Folder

Blue Grass II Bills, 1977-1988

1 1

Blue Grass II Sales Tax Forms, 1983-1986

1 2

Building Inspections, Planning, and Environmental Health Documents, 1988-1992

1 3

Business, 1985-1992

1 4

Correspondence, 1969-1998

1 5

Country and Bluegrass Music ephemera, 1965-2009, undated

1 6-7

Gas rationing signs, undated

40 1

Carlton Haney International Bluegrass Music Association Hall of Honor Inductee Letter, 1988

1 8

Carlton Haney Obituaries, 2011

1 9

Carlton Haney personal photographs, 1990, undated

41 1

Charles Haney photographs, 1967, undated

41 2

Carlton Haney's Attic of Memories of Country Music notes, undated

1 10

Charles and Carlton Haney photographs, 1947, undated

1 11

International Bluegrass Music Association, 1995-1996

2 1

International Bluegrass Music Association event information, 1988-1999

2 2

International Bluegrass Music Association, 1998-2006

48 1

Instrument catalogues, 1994

48 2

Liberty University, 1992

2 3

The Bill Monroe Foundation Ribbon Cutting and Free Bluegrass Show, event photographs, 2001

41 3

Music, 1978-1989, undated

2 4

Newsclippings, 1966-2004

2 5

Notes, undated

2 6

Personal Correspondence, 1967-2000

2 7-8

Personal Finance, 1971-2009

3 1-2

Personal Papers, 1958-1988, undated

3 3

Radio Stations, 1965-1989

3 4

Songwriting, 1965-1986

3 5

Sony Music Publishing royalty statement, 2006

48 3

Travel, 1969-1970

3 6
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Series II: Festivals, 1965-2001, undated

Series Description

Series II: Festivals consists of materials related to Haney's planning of festivals in North Carolina and Virginia. Included are contracts and correspondence with festival performers, festival posters and publicity materials, photographs of performers, and publicity materials from other regional festivals not produced by Haney. Where possible Haney's original folder labels have been retained.

  Box Folder

Advertisers to Contact, undated

4 1

Artists [Not Likely]/Artists- Record Company Publications and Letters- Answered, 1992

4 2

Artists [Not Likely]/Artists- Record Company Publications and Letters- Yet to Answer, 1989-1992, undated

4 3

Blue Grass Festival, Berryville, VA, 1961-1972, undated

4 4

Blue Grass Festival, Labor Day Weekend [22nd], 1986

4 5

Blue Grass Festivals [18th-21st], 1982-1985

4 6

Blue Grass Music Awards, 1971-1974, undated

4 7

Blue Grass Music Learning Center, 1991-1992, undated

4 8

Blue Grass Park facilities/utilities, 1977, undated

4 9

Camp Springs Festivals promotions, 1967-2001, undated

4 10-11

Camp Springs Festivals promotions, 1967-2001, undated

5 1

Camp Springs photographs, undated

41 4

Country Music Championships, undated

5 2

Festivals- planning, 1975-1977, undated

5 3

Festivals contacts, undated

5 4

Festivals correspondence, 1968-1991, undated

5 5

Festivals perfomers contracts and correspondence, 1961-1992, undated

5 6-7

Festivals performers contracts and correspondence, 1975-1992, undated

42 1

Festivals promotion, 1971, undated

5 8

Fincastle Festival, 1966-2005

48 4

Fincastle Festival, 1990, undated

6 1

Fincastle Festival photographs, circa 1965-1966

48 5

First Annual Virginia Gospel Music Festival, 1970

6 2

First Annual North Carolina Gospel Music Festival, 1970-1972

6 3

Gettysburg Blue Grass Festival, undated

6 5

Grass Bands, 1972-1974, undated

42 2
  Mapcase Drawer Folder

Haney festivals posters, 1965, undated

WR-F3 10 1-2
  Box Folder

Haney festivals promotional materials, 1988, undated

40 2

Labor Day [Rain Out]- Expenses, 1987

6 6

Light Agency [Dan], 1969-1973, undated

6 7

Wade Mainer correspondence, 1991-1992, undated

6 8

Merle Watson Festival, 1991-1992

6 9

Musicians photographs, undated

6 10

New Grass Music Festival promotion, 1973-1978, undated

6 11

Non-Haney festivals, 1972-1997, undated

6 12-14

Non-Haney festivals promotional materials, 1982, undated

40 3

Performers, 1989-1992, undated

7 1

Performers photographs, undated

48 6

Photographs from festivals, 1965, undated

7 2

Radio Advertisements, 1971-1972

7 3

Watermelon Park, Berryville, 1967-1968

7 4

Watermelon Park Festival program, 1967

48 7

Weekly Schedule books- Festivals/Blue Grass Music Recording Center, 1989

7 5

Write-Ups/Artists, 1969-1979

7 6
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Series III: Artist Management, 1963-1989, undated

Series Description

Series III: Artists Management includes information on artists booked and managed by Haney. Much of this series revolves around Haney's Country Shindigs, produced in the early-to-mid 1960s. The series holds financial and logistical information about Haney's shows, promotional material on various Country artists, and photographs of various entertainers. In some cases materials may overlap with information found in the Festivals series. Where possible Haney's original folder labels have been retained.

  Box Folder

Acuff-Rose Artist Corporation, undated

8 1

Rusty Adams promotional materials, undated

8 2

Urel Albert promotional materials, undated

8 3

Bill Anderson promotional materials, 1968-1971

8 4

Artist correspondence, 1964-2001, undated

8 5

Artist info/booking, 1967-2001, undated

8 6-8

Artist info/booking, 1967-2001, undated

9 1
  Mapcase Drawer Folder

Artists publicity posters, 1986, undated

WR-F3 10 3
  Box Folder

Atlanta, Georgia, February 5, 1967

9 2

Atlanta, Georgia, April 16, 1967

42 3

Atlas Artist Bureau, Inc. promotional materials, undated

9 3

Bobby Austin promotional materials, undated

9 4

Jim Ed Brown promotional materials, undated

9 5

Wilma Burgess promotional materials, undated

9 6

Business Cards, undated

9 7

Martha Carson promotional materials, undated

9 8

Johnny Cash materials, 1965-1966

9 9

Cincinnati, OH, February 24, 1968

9 10

Contracts, 1963-2001, undated

9 11

Country Music Buyers Association, December 20, 1971

9 12

Country Music Shindigs, 1965-1972

42 6-8

Country Music Show Invoices, 1966-1978

9 13

Country Shindig News, undated

9 14

Country Shindig No. 8 program, undated

9 15

Country Shindigs, 1966-1983, undated

10 1-2

Billy Crash Craddock promotional materials, undated

10 3

Billy Crash Craddock Show, City Auditorium, Danville, VA, Saturday, February 25, 1984

10 4

Billy Crash Craddock Show, EC Glass High School, Lynchburg, VA, February 24, 1984

10 5

Blue Grass Agency, 1973

42 4

Cumberland County Audiorium, Fayetteville, North Carolina, October 9, 1968

42 9

Skeeter Davis promotional material, undated

10 6

Penny DeHaven promotional materials [Hubert Long Agency], undated

10 7

Jimmy Dickens promotional materials, undated

10 8

Jimmy Dickens Promotional Packet [Moeller Talent, Inc.], undated

10 9

The Duke of Paducah promotional materials, undated

11 1

Easter Sunrise Pageant Press Release, undated

11 2

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'A' , undated

11 3

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'B', 1980, undated

11 4

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'C', undated

11 5

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'D', undated

11 6

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'F', undated

11 7

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'G', undated

11 8

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'H', undated

11 9

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'J', undated

11 10

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'K', undated

11 11

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'L', undated

11 12

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'M', undated

12 1

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'N', undated

12 2

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'O', undated

12 6

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'P', undated

12 4

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'R', undated

12 5

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'S', undated

12 6

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'T', undated

12 7

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'Unidentified', undated

12 8

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'V', undated

12 9

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'W', undated

12 10

Entertainer/ Musician Headshots 'Y', undated

12 11

Entertainer/ Musician photographs, undated

41 5

Finances, 1967-1991

13 1

Jerry Foster promotional materials [Music City Talent, Inc.], undated

13 2

Don Freeman promotional materials, undated

13 3

Eddy Fukano promotional materials, undated

13 4

Jimmy Gately promotional materials, undated

13 5

Tompall and the Glaser Brothers, undated

13 6

The Gosdin Brothers promotional materials, undated

13 7

Greensboro, NC, 1965-1966

13 8

Greensboro, NC, August 1967

13 9

Durwood Haddock promotional materials, undated

13 10

The Hagers promotional materials, undated

13 11

Merle Haggard promotional materials, undated

13 12

Hal Smith Artists Productions promotional materials, undated

13 13

Tom T. Hall promotional materials, undated

13 13

Jim Halsey Company, 1969-1973

13 15

Carlton Haney Event Book, 1964-1966

13 16

Harden Trio Promotional promotional materials, undated

13 17

Heather Enterprises, Inc. Country Music Artist Information, undated

13 18

David Houston promotional materials, undated

13 19

Jan Howard promotional materials, undated

13 20

Hubert Long/ Carter Family, undated

13 21

Hubert Long Organization promotional materials, undated

13 22

Engelbert Humperdinch, 1978

13 23

Sonny James promotional materials, 1970

13 24

Alice Joy promotional materials, undated

13 25

Debbie Lori Kaye, 1966

13 26

Key Talent, 1970-1971

13 27

Merle Kilgore promotional materials, undated

13 28

King Record Company, 1964-1966

13 29

Lawsuits and complaints, 1962-1979, undated

13 30

Buddy Lee, 1969-1972

14 1

Lewis Family promotional material [Don Light Talent, Inc.], undated

14 2

Loretta Lynn show, 1988, undated

14 3

Barbara Mandrell promotional materials, undated

14 4

Benny Martin promotional materials, undated

14 5

Jimmy Martin photographs and press kit, undated

14 6

Jimmy Martin promotional materials, undated

14 7

Herb Mayfield envelope, 1983, undated

14 8

Little Rock, Arkansas, Robinson Memorial Auditorium, October 29, 1968

42 10

Memphis, Tennessee, 1967-1968, undated

14 9

Moeller Talent, Inc., undated

14 10

Moeller Talent, Inc. folder with Waylon Jennings promotional materials, undated

14 11

Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys signed photograph and contract, 1968, undated

14 12

Charlie Monroe photographs and songbook, 1953, undated

14 13

The Neal Agency, Ltd. promotional materials, 1969-1985

14 14

Bob Neal, May 1969

42 5

Owensboro, KY, 1967-1968

14 15

Dolly Parton promotional materials, undated

14 16

Jean Peloquin promotional materials, undated

14 17

Bill Phillips promotional materials, undated

14 18

Gene Price promotional materials, undated

14 19

Charley Pride promotional materials, undated

14 20

Publicity, 1969-1986, undated

14 21

Radio Advertisements, 1959-1971, undated

14 22

Del Reeves promotional materials, undated

14 23

Reno and Smiley materials, undated

14 24

Reno and Smiley promotional booklet, undated

14 25

Speck Rhodes promotional materials, undated

14 26

Jeannie C. Riley promotional materials, undated

14 27

Merv Shiner promotional materials, undated

14 28

Connie Smith promotional materials, undated

14 29

Billy Jo Spears promotional materials, undated

14 30

The Stonemans promotional materials, 1969

15 1

Talent, 1969

42 11

Top Billing, Inc., 1969-1972

15 2

Ernest Tubb embossed Cards, undated

15 3

Twitty Bird Music, 1986-1989, undated

15 4

United Talent, Inc. promotional materials, undated

15 5

LeRoy Van Dyke and the Auctioneers promotional materials [Hubert Long Agency], undated

15 6

Kenny Vernon promotional materials, undated

15 7

Porter Wagoner promotional materials, undated

14 27

Porter Wagoner Show/Information Services, 1972

15 9

Jimmy Lee Webb promotional materials, undated

15 10

WEEZ Radio, 1966-1968, undated

15 11

Kitty Wells promotional materials, undated

15 12

The Wil-Helm Agency promotional materials, undated

15 17

Hank Williams, Jr. promotional materials, undated

15 14

Hank Williams Sr. Memorial Shows News Release, undated

15 15

Mac Wiseman promotional materials, undated

14 16

WKBX Country Shindig: The Johnny Cash Show, Autographed Souvenir Program [by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash], May 8, 1968

15 17

Sheb Wooley promotional materials, undated

15 18

Bobby Wright promotional materials, undated

15 19

Johnny Wright and His Tennessee Mountain Boys promotional material, undated

15 20

Ruby Wright promotional materials, undated

15 21

Write-Ups [Masters], 1972, undated

15 22
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Series IV: Publications, 1969-1992, undated

Series Description

Series IV: Publications holds information about Carlton Haney's music publications, chiefly Muleskinner News, Grassound, and Music Country. The series includes subscription information, correspondence, contact lists, issue layouts, advertising information, and article drafts. The series also includes issues of Muleskinner News, Grassound, and Music Country. Where possible Haney's original folder labels have been retained.

  Box Folder

Ad Contracts- Bluegrass Summer, 1974

16 1

Advertising, 1972-1992

16 2

Articles, 1969-1983

16 3

Fred Bartenstein, 1970-1992

16 4

Blue Grass Music Association, 1971-1994

16 5

Bluegrass Summer, 1972-1974

16 6

Bluegrass Unlimited, 1987-1994

16 7

Contact Lists, undated

17 1-3

Contact Lists, undated

23  

Contact Record Cards, undated

17 4

Contact Record Cards, undated

18 1-3

Contact Record Cards, undated

19 1-3

Contacts from Haney's filing cabinets, undated

46  

Crazy Horse Campgrounds, 1971-1972

19 4

Grassound [3 issues], 1974

43 1
  Box Item

Grassound, Vol. 1, No. 1 [2 copies], September 1979

45 1-2
  Box Folder

Grassound Productions Correspondence, 1970-2001

20 1

Happy Traum, 1973-1974

20 2

Hensley Publicity Agency, 1974

20 3

Grassound Publicity, 1958-1990

20 4

Issue Layout, 1969-1972

20 5

Muleskinner News, 1972-1973

20 6
  Box Item

Muleskinner News, Vol. 7, No. 2 [2 copies], 1976

45 3-4

Muleskinner News, Vol. 7, No. 3 [2 copies], 1976

45 5-6

Muleskinner News, Vol. 7, No. 4 [2 copies], 1976

45 7-8

Muleskinner News, Vol. 7, No. 5 [2 copies], 1976

45 9-10

Muleskinner News, Vol. 7, No. 7 [2 copies], 1976

45 11-12

Muleskinner News, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1977

45 13

Muleskinner News [second publication], Vol. 1., No. 1 [2 copies], July 1984

45 14-15

Muleskinner News [second publication], Vol. 1., No. 2 [2 copies], September 1984

45 16-17

Muleskinner News [third publication], Vol. 1., No. 1 [2 copies], 1987

45 18-19

Muleskinner News [fourth publication], Vol. 1., No. 1 [2 copies], 1988

45 20
  Box Folder

Muleskinner News II, 1988

20 7

Muleskinner News Bulk Mailing Info, 1986-2001

20 8

Muleskinner News correspondence, 1969-1992

20 9

Muleskinner News correspondence, 1969-1992

21 1

Muleskinner News Finances, 1970-1991

21 2

Muleskinner News Publicity, 1976-1984

21 3
  Box Item

Music Country, Vol. 8, No. 4, April 1978

45 21

Music Country, Vol. 8, No. 5 [2 copies], May 1978

45 22-23

Music Country, Vol. 8, No. 6 [2 copies], June 1978

45 24-25

Music Country, Vol. 8, No. 7 [3 copies], 1978

45 26-28
  Box Folder

News and Information, 1972-1992, undated

21 4-6

Non-Haney publications, 1974-1998, undated

43 2-3

Non-Haney publications [oversize], 1974-1998

44  

Subscriber Complaints, 1972-1989

21 7-8

Subscription Slips, 1976

22 1

Subscriptions, 1976-1982

22 2-5

Subscriptions- Music Country, undated

22 6
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Series V: Recordings, 1967-1989, undated

Series Description

Series V: Recordings contains reel-to-reels of Carlton Haney's bluegrass festivals from the mid-1960s into the 1980s. The reel-to-reel tapes are organized chronologically and retain Haney's original labeling system, noting the location where the recordings were made. The series also includes 45 rpm discs, most of them produced by Carlton Haney.

  Box Item

Set 1, Reel 4, Virginia [2 sides], 1967

24 1

Set 2, Reels 1, 3, 4, 6, Virginia, Saturday, 1970

24 2

Set 3, Reels 1-7, Virginia, Sunday, 1970

24 6-12

Set 4, Reels 1, 2, 4-6, Virginia, Friday, undated

24 13-17

Set 4, Reel 7-10, Virginia, Friday, undated

25 18-20

Set 5, Reel 2, North Carolina, Saturday, Story, 1970

25 21

Set 5, Reel 3, North Carolina ,Saturday, Story, 1970

25 22

Set 5, Reels 6,7,10,11,13, North Carolina, Saturday. 1970

25 23-27

Set 6, Reels 2-5, Sunday, 1970

25 28-31

Set 7, Reels 1-3, Friday, Reidsville, undated

25 32-34

Set 8, Reels 1-7, Story, 1970

26 35-41

Set 9, Reels 1-2, Awards 17-18, 1971

26 42-43

[Missing Reel, Box Only] Set 9, Reel 3, Awards 19, Camp Springs, North Carolina,

26 44

Set 10, Reel 2, Thursday 2, Camp Springs, undated

26 45

Set 11, Reels 1-5, Friday, North Carolina, 1971

26 46-50

Set 12, Reel 2, Saturday, North Carolina, 1971

26 51

Set 12, Reels 3-6, 8-11, North Carolina, Saturday, 1971

27 52-59

Set 13, Reels 1-4,6-9, North Carolina, Sunday, 1971

27 60-67

Set 13, Reels 10-16, North Carolina, Sunday, 1971

28 68-74

Set 14, Reels 1-7,9,10, North Carolina, Saturday, 1972

28 75-83

Set 15, Reels 1,2,4,5,7,8,11, North Carolina, Sunday, 1972

29 84-90

Set 16, Reel 1, Reidsville, 1970-1987

29 91

Set 16, Reel 2, Reidsville, 1970-1988

29 92

Set 16, Reel 3, Shenandoah Cut-Ups, etc., undated

29 93

Set 16, Reel 4, Wilkesboro, North Carolina, June 24,1989

29 94

Set 16, Reel 5, Various Bands, undated

29 95

Set 16, Reel 6, WTQR Commercial Broadcast, undated

29 96

Set 16, Reel 7, Broadcast Church Sermon, undated

29 97

Set 16, Reel 8, Broadcast Church Service, undated

29 98

Set 16, Reel 9, Broadcast Religious/Political Demonstration, undated

29 99

Set 16, Reel 10, Recording form Pigem Music Publishers, undated

29 100

DVD 1, Merle Travis, Merle Haggard, undated

30 1

DVD 2, Camp Springs, Don Reno, Red Smiley, 1958-1971

30 2

DVD 3, Tribute to Reno/Smiley, Haney 40th Anniversary, Fincastle, Virginia, September 3, 2005

30 3

VHS 1-2, Country Soul [2 copies], 1972

30 4-5

VHS 3, Haney's First Festival, Fincastle, Virginia, 1965

30 6

VHS 4, Unknown guitarist and vocalist, undated

49 1

VHS 5, Carlton Haney's First Ever Blue Grass Music Festival, Fincastle, VA, 1965

49 2

Film 1, Carlton Haney [8mm film] [not recorded], undated

30 7

Tape 1, A: Bill Monroe, 1st Festival, B: Reno/Smiley, undated

30 8

Tape 2, A: Smokey Ridge Boys, 1st Festival, B: Bill Monroe, MCA, 22 songs, undated

30 9

Tape 3, B. Monroe, Old Old House, 1967

49 3

Tape 4, A: Maybelle Carter, B: Morris Bros.- J. E., Wade Mainer- Steve Lunsford, undated

49 4

Tape 5, Reno-Smiley Tribute, 1986

49 5

Tape 6, Nancy Birthday, undated

49 6

Tape 7, Unkown guitarist and singer, December 1990

49 7

Tape 8, Bluegrass Festival, undated

49 8

Alma Ray, Too Many Memories/I'm Walking Out On You [45 rpm disc] [3 copies], undated

47 1-3

Dave Conway, Flowers and A Mound/Too Late for Words [45 rpm disc] [2 copies], undated

47 4-5

Hubert Davis, Five On Five/I Can't Be Happy This Way [45 rpm disc] [3 copies], undated

47 6-8

Hutchins Brothers and the Wild Grass, I Would If I Could/Lighting [45 rpm disc] [3 copies], undated

47 9-11

L. E. White and the Bobwhites, Bless That Woman of Mine/Will You Visit Me On Sunday [45 rpm disc] [3 copies], undated

47 12-14

L. E. White and the Bobwhites, Christmas Won't Be Christmas Anymore/Jimmy Gets A Gun [45 rpm disc] [2 copies], undated

47 15-16

L. E. White and the Bobwhites, Papa Sing Me A Song/Knoxville, Tennessee [45 rpm disc], undated

47 17

Nelson Young and the Sandy Valley Boys, The Old Time Things Are Gone/Homespun Memories [45 rpm disc], undated

47 18

Pete Pike, Little Bitty Teardrops/Dr. Seventeen, Three-O Nine [45 rpm disc] [3 copies], undated

47 19-21

Rick Stanley, One More Sunrise/I'll Never Make It Home Tonight [45 rpm disc] [2 copies], undated

47 22-23

Sandy Cooper- Ribbons and Lace, Can He See the Tears/Black Cloud, undated

47 24

Stella Carroll, Ragged Angel/A Better Place to Live [45 rpm disc] [2 copies], undated

47 25

Vivian Dawn, This Man/Passion and Its Turns [45 rpm disc] [2 copies], undated

47 26-27

User and Archival copies, undated

31-38  

User and Archival copies, undated

50-51  
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Series VI: Artifacts, 1998-2001, undated

Series Description

Series VI: Artifacts contains a custom box engraved with Carlton Haney's name, an award from the International Bluegrass Music Association, an framed 78 award for Wade Mainer, and a Bill Monroe collectable plate.

  Box Item

Box with Carlton Haney custom engraved nameplate, undated

39 1

Carlton Haney International Bluegrass Music Association Lifetime Membership Plaque, 1998

39 2

Wade Mainer Pioneer Hall of Fame Award, April 28, 2001

39 3

Bill Monroe collector plate, undated

39 4

Carlton Haney International Bluegrass Hall of Fame plaque, 1998

39 5