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'Lee Hammons, grandson of Sherman Hammons, at Sherman's Williams River area, W. Va. Tape Hammons 6-25-1974.'
'Mrs. Myrtle Stemple singing a childrens' play song, 'Here's a Ball for Baby.'
'Contestant is shaking his head, making the 'gobble.'
Standing behind Davis is Don Turner; in the truck is Herbert Harper, the mail carrier.  Photo taken in Brushy Run across from Davis' home in Onego.  All three are deceased (2010).
'Home of Clyde Stowers, Logan County, owner of fretless banjo with slate fingerboard.'
Fingerboard is made of slate. Clyde Stowers of Champanville is the owner.
'Maynard Cool, Diana, W.Va., just as I found him on April 12, 1975.'
Norman Zumbach in the 'living room' of his trailer house / gun shop.
Age 75
During the summer of 1973.
During the summer of 1973.
Homer Walker playing the banjo.
Homer Walker playing the banjo and Thomas Brown holding a mic in Giles County, Virginia near Princeton, W. Va.
Bill Williams playing the Guitar.
Fred Carper playing the Guitar as Thomas Brown and neighbor listen.
Fred Carper playing the guitar as the neighborhood children sit and listen.
Mr. Maynard Coal plays the Banjo as the Mrs. listens.