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Rebecca Caudill papers, 1919-1984, 1919

Part of Rebecca Caudill papers, 1919-1984

81m1Caudill, Rebecca papersGuide to the Rebecca Caudill papers, 1903-1985, undated 81m1Kate Black, Anne G. CampbellUniversity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center1987 MarchSpecial Collections Research CenterUniversity of Kentucky LibrariesMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky 40506-0039URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2017-03-20 14:37:34 -0400.EnglishDescribing Archives: A Content Standard2017 MarchFinding aid updated by Haley Potter and Sarah Mackenzie Wade. English University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Rebecca Caudill papers Caudill, Rebecca 81m1 40.98 Cubic Feet 57 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 1 item 1903-1985, undated The Rebecca Caudill papers (dated 1903-1985, undated; 40.98 cubic feet; 57 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 1 item) primarily comprise book drafts and research materials, professional correspondence with publishers and agents, personal correspondence with family and readers, and scrapbooks of clippings and pamphlets that review and celebrate the works of the acclaimed Appalachian children's author. Much of the collection is stored off-site and must be requested at least 48 business hours in advance. Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Arrangement Collection is arranged into 9 series by subject and format: Books, Poetry and short stories, Articles and pamphlets, Lectures and speeches, Correspondence, Personal, Audiovisual materials, and Photographs. Biographical note Children's author Rebecca Caudill was born in 1899 in Poor Folk, Harlan County, in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky. When Caudill was five years old, her family left Kentucky for Tennessee in order to pursue better educational opportunities for the ten Caudill children. Much of Caudill's writing is based on her two Appalachian childhood settings.Caudill was the first member of her family to go to college. She earned a bachelor's degree from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia and a master's degree in international relations from Vanderbilt University. After completing her studies, Caudill taught English in Brazil for two years, worked as an editor in Nashville, and finally moved to Chicago to work in a publishing house. In Chicago she met fellow author and editor James Sterling Ayars, whom she married in 1931. In 1937, the Ayars moved to Urbana, Illinois, where they settled permanently with their two children, James Ayars, Jr. and Rebecca Jean Ayars. Over the course of her career, Caudill wrote over twenty children's books, including Tree of Freedom, which was a Newbery Honor Book in 1950 and Pocketful of Cricket, which was a Caldecott Honor Book in 1965. In 1969, she and her husband co-authored Contrary JenkinsThough known primarily for her children's books, Caudill also wrote magazine articles, short stories, and a nonfiction book, My Appalachia, which is a documentary of the socio-economic conditions in Southern Appalachia in the mid-1960s. Caudill was also active in her Illinois community and her Kentucky hometown. She gave many lectures and speeches throughout Appalachia and the Midwest to advocate for peace, cofounded the Champaign-Urbana Peace Council, and served on the boards of trustees for Harlan County, Kentucky's Pine Mountain Settlement School and for the Urbana Free Library in Illinois. Harlan County's first community library in Cumberland, Kentucky was renamed the Rebecca Caudill Public Library in her honor in 1973.Caudill died in 1985. Preferred Citation 81m1 : [identification of item], Rebecca Caudill papers, 1903-1985, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Processing Information Previously separated audiovisual materials were processed and incorporated into this collection. Related Materials M-557, Rebecca Caudill papers [microfilm], 1928-1963, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Scope and Contents The Rebecca Caudill papers (dated 1903-1985, undated; 40.98 cubic feet; 57 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 1 item) primarily comprise book drafts and research materials, professional correspondence with publishers and agents, personal correspondence with family and readers, and scrapbooks of clippings and pamphlets that review and celebrate the works of the acclaimed Appalachian children's author. The collection also includes Caudill's diplomas and wedding garments, awards that mark her renowned career as a children's author, audiocassettes of Caudill's lectures, reel-to-reel audiotapes of oral history interviews she conducted as research for her book, My Appalachia, and photographs and slides that capture Rebecca Caudill's involvement with the Pine Mountain Settlement School, the travels of the Ayars family, and the dedication ceremony of the Rebecca Caudill Public Library. Conditions Governing Use The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Children's literature, American. Appalachian Region -- In literature. Appalachian Region -- History. Authors, American -- Kentucky. Oral histories Caudill, Rebecca BooksSeries I.1916-1984, undatedScope and ContentsComprises research materials, drafts, and correspondence that document Caudill's published books and unpublished book manuscripts, with audiotapes and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by Caudill for My Appalachia. Also includes scrapbooks of clippings, pamphlets, and reader correspondence that document the publicity and reception of several of Caudill's published books. Arranged chronologically in subseries according to book publication date, with additional subseries for unpublished manuscripts and scrapbooks.Young America Makes Friends (1933)Subseries A.1916-1933, undatedScope and ContentsEdited with Mary Alice James.Correspondence1932-193381M1-011Research materials1916-1931, undated81M1-012Drafts, handwritten and typescriptundated81M1-013Barrie And Daughter (1943)Subseries B.1941-1947, undatedCorrespondence1941-194781M1-014First draft (handwritten), outline, and list of regional wordsundated81M1-015First draft (typescript), written for serialization in The Portalundated81M1-016First draft (typescript)undated81M1-017Second draft (typescript)undated81M1-018Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-019Barrie and Daughter, The Portal, published in ten consecutive issues, weekly1941 July 26-1941 September 2781M1-0110Book reviews and related materials1943-194481M1-0111Happy Little Family (1947)Subseries C.1945-1963, undatedScope and ContentsOriginal title: Hand in Hand.Correspondence1945-196381M1-0112Early draft (typescript)1945, undated81M1-0113Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0114Illustrationsundated81M1-0115Book reviews and related materials1948-1954, undated81M1-0116Tree Of Freedom (1949)Subseries D.1936-1969, undatedCorrespondence1947-195481M1-0117Research material1936-1947, undated81M1-0118Editor's copy (typescript), chapters 1-8undated81M1-0119Editor's copy (typescript), chapters 9-16undated81M1-0120Book reviews and related materials1942-1969, undated81M1-0121Publisher's proof194981M1-0122Schoolhouse In The Woods (1949)Subseries E.1948-1979, undatedCorrespondence1948-1967, undated81M1-0123First draft (typescript), revisedundated81M1-0124Publisher's draft (typescript)undated81M1-0125Printer's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0126Galley proof194981M1-0127Book reviews and related materials1949-1979, undated81M1-0128Up And Down The River (1952)Subseries F.1948-[1965], undatedCorrespondence1948-[1965], undated81M1-021Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-022Up and Down the River, Jack and Jill1950 March-May81M1-023Book reviews and related materials1951-1954, undated81M1-024Saturday Cousins (1953)Subseries G.1956-1962, undatedCorrespondence1956-1962, undated81M1-025First draft (handwritten)undated81M1-026Revised draft (typescript) includes miscellaneous pagesundated81M1-027Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-028Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-029Related materialsundated81M1-0210Florence Nightingale (1953)Subseries H.1953, undatedResearch materialsundated81M1-0211Published copy of Florence Nightingale by Rebecca Caudill, illustrated by William Neebe195381M1-0212The House of the Fifers (1954)Subseries I.1944-1964, undatedDraft (typescript)undated81M1-0213Book reviews and related materials195481M1-0214Scrapbook pages1944-1964, undated81M1-0215-16Susan Cornish (1955)Subseries J.1949-1956, undatedScope and ContentsOriginal title: A Place Called Morning).Correspondence1952-1954, undated81M1-0217Research material1949-1954, undated81M1-0218-19Early draft (handwritten), part I (chapters 1-5)undated81M1-0220Early draft (handwritten), part I (chapters 6-10)undated81M1-0221-22Early draft (handwritten), part IIundated81M1-0223-24Early draft (handwritten), part IIIundated81M1-031Second draft (typescript), part Iundated81M1-032Second draft (typescript), part IIundated81M1-033Second draft (typescript), part IIIundated81M1-034Third draft (typescript), part I (chapters 1-7)undated81M1-035Third draft (typescript), part I (chapters 8-11)undated81M1-036Third draft (typescript), part IIundated81M1-037Third draft (typescript), part IIIundated81M1-038Fourth draft (typescript), part I (chapters 1-7)undated81M1-039Fourth draft (typescript), part I (chapters 8-11)undated81M1-0310Fourth draft (typescript), part IIundated81M1-0311Fourth draft (typescript), part IIIundated81M1-0312Fifth draft (typescript), part I (Chapters 1-7)undated81M1-0313Fifth draft (typescript), part I (Chapters 8-11)undated81M1-0314Fifth draft (typescript), part IIundated81M1-0315Fifth draft (typescript), part IIIundated81M1-0316Revised drafts (typescript), discarded pagesundated81M1-0317-18Editor's copy (typescript), part Iundated81M1-0319Editor's copy (typescript), part IIundated81M1-0320Editor's copy (typescript), part IIIundated81M1-0321Susan Cornish, abridged version in Compact: The Young People's Digest1956 May81M1-0322Book reviews and related materials1953-1956, undated81M1-0323Schoolroom In The Parlor (1959)Subseries K.1957-1959, undatedCorrespondence1957-1958, undated81M1-041Research materialundated81M1-042First draft (typescript)undated81M1-043Revised draft (typescript)undated81M1-044Book reviews and related materials1959, undated81M1-045Time For Lissa (1959)Subseries L.1959, undatedBook reviews and related materials195981M1-046Higgins And The Great Big Scare (1960)Subseries M.1957-1962, undatedCorrespondence1957-196281M1-047Illustrations by Beth Krushundated81M1-048Higgins and the Great Big Scare, Trails for Juniors, published weekly in eight consecutive parts1958 October 5-November 2381M1-049Book reviews and related materials1960, undated81M1-0410The Best-Loved Doll (1962)Subseries N.1961-1971, undatedCorrespondence1961-1971, undated81M1-0411Research materialundated81M1-0412Book reviews and related materials1962-1966, undated81M1-0413The Far-off Land (1964)Subseries O.1947-1963, undatedResearch material1947-1963, undated81M1-0414-17Early drafts (handwritten), prologue and chapters 1-3undated81M1-0418-19Early drafts (handwritten), chapters 4-8undated81M1-0420Early drafts (handwritten), chapters 9-15undated81M1-0421-22Early drafts (handwritten), discarded pagesundated81M1-042381M1-051-2Revised draft (handwritten and typescripts), prologue and chapters 1-2undated81M1-053Revised draft (typescript), chapters 3-14undated81M1-054Revised draft (typescript), chapters 15-24undated81M1-055Revised draft (typescript), chapters 1-10undated81M1-056-7Revised draft (typescript), chapters 11-23undated81M1-058Revised draft (typescript), discarded pagesundated81M1-059Revised draft (typescript) for July 15 meeting196381M1-0510Discarded pages1963 June 381M1-0511Revised draft (typescript), miscellaneous pagesundated81M1-0512Editor's copy (typescript), chapters 1-12undated81M1-0513Editor's copy (typescript), chapters 13-24undated81M1-0514A Pocketful Of Cricket (1964)Subseries P.1963-1980, undatedCorrespondence1963-197781M1-0515Research materialundated81M1-0516First draft (handwritten)undated81M1-0517Second draft (typescript) and revised pages (typescript)undated81M1-0518Third draft (typescript)undated81M1-0519Revised drafts (typescripts) and editor's commentsundated81M1-0520Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-0521Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0522Galley proofs1964, undated81M1-0523Book reviews and related materials1966-197281M1-0524A Pocketful of Cricket, correspondence and clippings about film adaptation1978-1980, undated81M1-0525Famous Author/Illustrator Filmstrips, A Pocketful of Cricket1964596-9Filmstrip activity guide1976614A Certain Small Shepherd (1965)Subseries Q.1964-1984, undatedCorrespondence1964-196781M1-061Correspondence1967-1978, undated81M1-062Research materialundated81M1-063First draft (handwritten and typescript)undated81M1-064Revised draft (typescript)undated81M1-065Revised drafts (typescripts)undated81M1-066Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-067Story behind the story of ACertain Small Shepherd, includes notes and draft (handwritten)1965, undated81M1-068A Certain Small Shepherd, Woman's Day, p. 271965 December81M1-069Bleibt Jamie Stumm?, Hausfreund, p. 70, German translation197381M1-0610Book reviews and related materials1965-1984, undated81M1-0611Correspondence about film adaptation, with draft of script1973-1975, undated81M1-0612Did You Carry The Flag Today, Charley? (1966)Subseries R.1963-1976, undatedCorrespondence1964-1976, undated81M1-0613Research material1963-1964, undated81M1-0614Early drafts (handwritten and typescript)undated81M1-0615Revised draft (typescript)undated81M1-0616Revised draft (typescript) with correspondence1965, undated81M1-0617Revised draft (typescript) with editor's commentsundated81M1-0618Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-0619Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0620Artist's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0621Galley proofs1966383Anthologized version, Teacher's Read-Aloud Anthology level 8, Glenview, Illinois: Scott Foresman, pp. 9-28197281M1-0622Book reviews and related materials1966-1976, undated81M1-0623My Appalachia (1966)Subseries S.1935-1981, undatedCorrespondenceSubseries i.1964-1973, undated1964-1966, undated81M1-06241966-1973, undated81M1-0625Regarding permission to quote1966, undated81M1-0626Research materialSubseries ii.1935-1981, undatedAppalachian Regional Development Actundated81M1-0627Bond issues1963-1973, undated81M1-0628Harry Caudill1963-1981, undated81M1-0629Education1964-1973, undated81M1-0630General information1935-1973, undated81M1-063181M1-071-4Head Start1965-1966, undated81M1-075Health1965-1973, undated81M1-076Job Corps, Peace Corps, and Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA)1964-1973, undated81M1-077Libraries1955-1965, undated81M1-078Politics1965, undated81M1-079Poverty1964-1966, undated81M1-0710Stripmining1963-1967, undated81M1-0711-12Travel1963-196681M1-0713Water pollution1965-1966, undated81M1-0714Womenundated81M1-0715Notes from Children of Crisis Mountain, Families in Transition: a Case Study of Appalachian Migration, Uptown: Poor Whites in Chicago, and Appalachia's Children: the Challenge of Mental Healthundated81M1-0716Notes from transcripts of taped interviews1966, undated81M1-0717Notes1965-1966, undated81M1-0718-20Drafts1965-1978, undatedEarly drafts (handwritten)undated81M1-0721-22Revised draft (typescript), discarded pagesundated81M1-0723Revised draft (typescript), part I196681M1-0724Revised draft (typescript), part IIundated81M1-0725Revised draft (typescript), part IIIundated81M1-0726Revised drafts (handwritten and typescript)1966, undated81M1-0727Revised drafts (handwritten and typescript), miscellaneous pages1965-1966, undated81M1-081-3Editor's copy (typescript)196681M1-084Revised draft (typescript)196681M1-085Final revision (typescript)196681M1-086Galley proofsundated384Articles and related materials1966-1978362InterviewsSubseries iii.1965Scope and ContentsOriginal interviews are 16mm reel-to-reel audio. Preservation and user copies of interviews were made to audiocassette. Most interviews are accompanied by transcripts. User copies of interviews are in boxes 58 and 59.Tape 1: side 1 and 2: Dr. W. D. Weatherford, Black Mountain, North Carolina1965 July 135715830Scope and ContentsRunning time: 70 minutes.Tape 2: side 1- Delia Creech, Pine Mountain, Kentucky and Conference at Laurel House, Pine Mountain, Kentucky (transcripts); side 2-Conference at Laurel House continued1965 July 15-165725831Scope and ContentsRunning time: 65 minutes.Tape 3: side 1-Brit Wilder, Levi Merrill family, and Party Night at Pine Mountain, Kentucky (transcript); Senator Durham W. Howard, Pineville, Kentucky (transcript); side 2- Senator Howard (transcript) continued1965 July 16-175735832Scope and ContentsRunning time: 70 minutes.Tape 4: Side 1- Harry Caudill, Whitesburg, Kentucky; side 2- Harry and Ann Caudill, Whitesburg, Kentucky1965 July 1854165833-34Tape 5: side 1- Dr. and Mrs. Lundy Adams, Blackey, Kentucky and Francis Hagar, Lothair, Kentucky (transcipts); side 2- Tom Gish, Whitesburg, Kentucky1965 July 19-205745835-36Scope and ContentsRunning time cassette 1: 90 minutes; cassette 2: 36 minutes.Tape 6: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gibson, Fisty, Kentucky (transcipt) and Raymond McLain, Hindman, Kentucky (transcipt); side 2 McLain interview continued1965 July 205755837-38Scope and ContentsRunning time cassette 1: 90 minutes; cassette 2: 3 minutes.Tape 7: side 1- Dean Meadows, Hazard, Kentucky (transcript); side 2- Berea College students Ceveline Jackson (Madison, Alabama), Carolyn Keith (Allegheny, Virginia) and Ella Crawford (Harriman, Tennessee) (transcipt)1965 October 16015839Scope and ContentsRunning time cassette 1: 81 minutes; cassette 2: 12 minutes.Tape 8: side 1- conversation Laurel House, Pine Mountain, Kentucky with Harriett Krutschfield (Sewickley, Pennsylvania), Margaret Matter (Frederick, Maryland), Marian Kingman (Berea, Kentucky), and Kitty Goddard (Detroit, Michigan) (transcipt) and Loyal Jones and Perley Ayer, Berea, Kentucky (transcipt); side 2- Jones and Ayer continued1965 October 26025840Tape 9: side 1- Music by Carol Rogers and Burton Rogers, Pine Mountain, Kentucky and interviews with Edna and Jean Ritchie, Beth Vanover and Kingdom Come Swappin' Meeting, Cumberland, Kentucky; side 2- Tom Gastton and Dean and Jo Cadle, Cumberland, Kentucky (transcript)1965 October 3603591Tape 10: side 1- Jean Ritchie, Cumberland, Kentucky; side 2- Ritchie interview continued and Billie Jean Cawood (transcript), Harlan, Kentucky1965 October 4604592Tape 11: side 1- Granville Cornett, Line Fork, Kentucky and Larry and Judy Craft (transcript), Cumberland, Kentucky; side 2- Jerry and Eleanor Workman [transcript] (Pine Mountain, Kentucky), Mary Wright (Buckhorn, Kentucky) and Jalia Turner Sebastian [transcript] (Booneville, Kentucky)1965 October 6605592Tape 12: side 1- Rosa Belle Kirk Evans (transcript), St. Charles, Virginia; side 2- Jalia Turner Sebastian, Booneville, Kentucky and Lula Hale (transcript), Ary, Kentucky1965 October 8-9611593Tape 13: side 1- Robert and Phyllis Connor (transcript), Bluefield, West Virginia and Brittle Courtney (transcript), Bluefield, West Virginia; side 2- James Still (transcript), Morehead, Kentucky1965 October 10 and 12612594-5Contrary Jenkins (1969)Subseries T.1967-1980, undatedScope and ContentsCo-authored with James Ayars.Correspondence1967-1969, undated81M1-087Research materialundated81M1-088First draft (handwritten)undated81M1-089Second draft (typescript)undated81M1-0810Third draft (handwritten)undated81M1-0811Fourth draft (typescript)undated81M1-0812Fifth draft (handwritten)undated81M1-0813Sixth draft (typescript)undated81M1-0814Seventh draft (handwritten)196781M1-0815Eighth draft (typescript)196781M1-0816Ninth draft (typescript)196781M1-0817Anthologized version, Read-Aloud Anthology-Level 13, Glenview, Illinois: Scott Foresman197281M1-0818Book reviews and related materials1969-1980, undated81M1-0819Come Along (1969)Subseries U.1967-1974, undatedCorrespondence1967-1971, undated81M1-0820385Early draft (handwritten)undated81M1-0821Book reviews1973-1974, undated81M1-0822Somebody Go And Bang A Drum (1974)Subseries V.1973-1976, undatedDraft (typescript with handwritten notes)undated81M1-0823Book reviews and related materials1974-1976, undated81M1-0824Scrapbook items1973-1975, undated81M1-0825Wind, Sand And Sky (1976)Subseries W.1976-1977, undatedResearch materialsundated81M1-0826Early drafts (handwritten)undated81M1-0827Revised drafts (typescript)undated81M1-0828Book reviews and related materials1976-1977, undated81M1-0829List[1976?]81M1-0830Unpublished manuscriptsSubseries X.1941-1975, undatedArthur's GirlSubseries i.1967-1969, undatedScope and ContentsOriginal title: Birdie Patterson Story.Research material1967-1969, undated81M1-0831Transcript of taped interview on October 16, 1967 with Edna Patterson196881M1-0832First draft (handwritten) and discarded pagesundated81M1-0833The Big Bear HuntSubseries ii.undatedFirst and second drafts (handwritten), third draft (typescript), and discarded pagesundated81M1-0834Children Of AppalachiaSubseries iii.1958-1964, undatedDraft (typescript)1958, undated81M1-0835Davy CrockettSubseries iv.undatedResearch materialundated81M1-0836Early drafts (handwritten)undated81M1-0837Revised drafts (typescripts)undated81M1-0838-39Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-0840Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0841Harlan ScrapbookSubseries v.1941-1972, undatedCorrespondence, research material, and proposed outline1941-1972, undated81M1-084281M1-091Higher Than The EagleSubseries vi.1949-1955, undatedCorrespondence and research material1949-1955, undated81M1-096House That Jack Lived InSubseries vii.1964-1969, undatedResearch material1964-1969, undated81M1-097First draft (handwritten) and second draft (typescript)1969, undated81M1-098Third draft (handwritten)undated81M1-099Final revision (typescript) and discarded pages1969, undated81M1-0910Red DawnSubseries viii.undatedResearch materialundated81M1-0911Revised draft (typescript)undated81M1-0912Revised draft (typescript)undated81M1-0913Self Portrait Of An Appalachian CommunitySubseries ix.1963-1975, undatedCorrespondence197581M1-0914Proposed draft1963-1970, undated81M1-0915-16Still No RoomSubseries x.1948, undatedCorrespondence194881M1-0917Revised draft (typescript)undated81M1-0918Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-0919Where Are You, Crow? (original title, Crow and Joe)Subseries xi.1964, undatedCorrespondence1964, undated81M1-0920First draft (handwritten)undated81M1-0921Revised drafts (handwritten and typescripts)196481M1-0922Final revision (typescript)undated81M1-0923Where Are You, Crow? (original title, Michael Wilding: His Book)Subseries xii.1974, undatedCorrespondence197481M1-0924First draft (handwritten)undated81M1-0925Revised drafts (handwritten and typescripts) and discarded pagesundated81M1-0926Editor's copy (typescript)undated81M1-0927ScrapbooksSubseries Y.1937-1975, undatedHappy Little Family scrapbook1937-1975, undated1Schoolhouse In the Woods and Up and Down the River scrapbook1948-1975, undated81M1-334Scope and ContentsThe first half of the scrapbook contains materials related to Schoolhouse In the Woods, from 1948-1975, undated. The second half of the scrapbook contains materials related to Up and Down the River, from 1949-1969, ,undated.Saturday Cousins and Higgins and the Great Big Scare scrapbook1952-1975, undated81M1-341Schoolroom in the Parlor and Time for Lissa scrapbook1957-1974, undated81M1-342A Pocketful of Cricket scrapbook1961-1975, undated81M1-343Contrary Jenkins scrapbook1969-1974, undated81M1-344Poetry and short storiesSeries II.1918-1982, undatedScope and ContentsComprises handwritten and typescript poetry and short stories written by Caudill, with printed versions of her writing that was published in anthologies. Arranged by subject and thereunder alphabetically by title.PoetrySubseries A.1926, 195981M1-0928Scope and ContentsIncludes typescripts of April, A Carol for the World's Children, and an untitled poem.Short storiesSubseries B.undatedA Bird In the Handundated81M1-0929The Boy Who Talked with Little Folk (typescript)undated81M1-0930Bright Eyes in the Orchard (typescript)undated81M1-0931Christmas Play (handwritten)undated81M1-0932Five Nights in the Deep South (typescript)undated81M1-0933The Golden Rain (handwritten)undated81M1-0934How a Penny Was Stretched (typescript)undated81M1-0935How a Penny Was Stretched, part one (typescript)undated81M1-0936How a Penny Was Stretched, part two (typescript)undated81M1-0937It Takes Me Back (handwritten)undated81M1-0938Joullian B. Caulkney, Deck Tennis Champion (typescript)undated81M1-0939Moscow Likes Green Velvet (typescript)undated81M1-0940The New Neighbors Across the Road (handwritten)undated81M1-0941The Pretender (typescript)undated81M1-0942South Georgia Works for Ford (typescript)undated81M1-0943Anthology publicationsSubseries C.1918-1982, undatedAlways the Wind in Adventures In Reading: Discovery, edited by Dorothy Nell Knolle, Chicago: John C. Winston Co., pp. 282-294194681M1-0944The Chariot of the Sun and The World In One House in The World Is Wide, edited by Rachel S. Sutton, Ethel L. Smither, and Elsie Coleman, Richmond: Johnson Co., pp. 384-388 and pp. 112-122194781M1-0945Charlie Makes a Thing in Sailboats, San Francisco: Field Educational Publications, pp. 192-203197181M1-0946Dear Friend In China in Best Short Stories For Boys And Girls, selected and compiled by Carol Ryrie Brink, Evanston, Illinois: Row, Peterson, pp. 237-257193981M1-101Excerpt from Did You Carry the Flag Today, Charley? in Time For Stories: Of The Past And Present, compiled by May Hill Arbuthnot and Dorothy M. Broderick, Glenview, Illinios: Scott, Foresman, pp. 65-68196881M1-102Lacy Clouds Drift By and My Appalachia in Green Salad Seasons, edited by Theodore Clymer, Lexington, Massachusetts: Ginn and Company, pp. 34-40 and pp. 448-449198281M1-103A New Bed, suggested by an incident from Up and Down the River by Rebecca Caudill, in Away We Go, edited by Russell G. Stauffer, et. al, Philadelphia: John C. Winston, Co., pp. 114-118196081M1-104Pets in School in Making Friends, edited by Bernice E. Leary, Edwin Reichert, and Mary Reely, Chicago: Lippincott, pp. 126-152195681M1-105The Red Toboggan Cap from Happy Little Family in Nora Kramer's Storybook, complied by Nora Kramer, New York: Gilbert Press, Inc., pp. 113-118195681M1-106Spring Rains adapted from Schoolhouse In the Woods in Across The Country, edited by R. Aileen Belfry, B. Gertrude Bergey, and Erna A. Martin, Toronto: John C. Winston Co., pp. 232-243195981M1-107The Stained-Glass Shepherd in Taming The Tiger: Stories On Peace, n.p.: Department of Education and Promotion, Board of Missions, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, pp. 26-29undated81M1-108Thanksgiving Day in The Poets Of The Future, edited by Henry T. Schnittkind, Boston: The Stratford Co., p. 42191881M1-109Then Ginny and Yesterday in The Wooden Tower, edited by Lorena Anderson, Marjorie Warner and Barbara Yeager, Charleston, West Virginia: Morris Harvey College Publications, p. 87 and p. 2197581M1-1010The World is a Neighborhood in Building For World Brotherhood, edited by Rebecca Caudill and Lemuel Lord, n.p.: Graded Press, pp. 6-66195081M1-1011The World is a Neighborhood in Guidebook To Building For World Brotherhood, edited by Rebecca Caudill and Lemuel Lord, n.p.: Graded Press, pp. 6-30195081M1-1012Building For World Brotherhood: Leader's Guide, edited by Lemuel Lord, n.p.: Graded Press195081M1-1013Sheet of untitled poems from Teachers Read-Aloud Anthology: Level 9, edited by Charlotte S. Huck, William Jenkins, and Wilma Pyle, Glenview, Illinois: Scott Foresman, p. 90[1971]81M1-1014Articles and pamphletsSeries III.1927-1970, undatedScope and ContentsComprises printed articles and pamphlets that were written or edited by Caudill. Articles are arranged alphabetically by journal title and thereunder chronologically by date of publication. Pamphlets are arranged alphabetically by title.ArticlesSubseries A.1927-1970, undatedAdult Student1939-1945What Shall I do With Christmas, p. 31938 December81M1-1015We've Laid Down the Shovel and the Hoe, p. 51939 July81M1-1015Home Is a Laboratory, p. 141940 July81M1-1015Special Delivery, p. 11941 November81M1-1015Making the Home Christian, p. 291945 May81M1-1015Boys and Girls1930 MarchThe Boy Who Talked With the Little Folk, p.61930 March81M1-1016Cargo1936-1941What's In a Room?, p. 91936 October 1181M1-1017Susan Meade and Her Pa, p. 21938 January81M1-1017Dear Friend In China, p. 21938 March 681M1-1017Dick'll Do It, p. 21938 May 881M1-1017One Man On a Horse, p. 61938 May 881M1-1017There's Nothing New In Manners, p. 21938 August 1481M1-1017Clubbing Together, p. 71938 September 1181M1-1017Families Can Be Charming, p. 51938 November 681M1-1017Grow With a Scrapbook, p. 41938 November 1381M1-1017Christmas Cooks, p. 61938 December 1881M1-1017Play by Greek Rules, p. 61939 July 3081M1-1017Gift Manners, p. 51939 December 1081M1-1017The Little Shepherd's Gift, p. 21939 December 2481M1-1017Mr. President, p. 121940 February 2581M1-1017Melody, p. 41940 June 1681M1-1017Cheer Leader, p. 21940 October 2081M1-1017Anchorage, p. 41940 November 1081M1-1017The General for Dinner, p. 21940 November 2481M1-1017Plain Lines for Peppy Doings, p. 21941 January 2681M1-1017Anchorage, p. 101941 February81M1-1017Anchorage, p. 61941 May 1181M1-1017Stylish Ferdinand, p. 31941 June 181M1-1017Chicago TribuneundatedUntitledundated81M1-1018Child Life1944 JanuaryCrack the Whip, p.101944 January81M1-1019Christian Action1948 July-SeptemberBiographies of Contemporary Christians, p. 171948 July-September81M1-1020Christian Advocate1935-1950, undatedA Tale of Two Letters, p. 9401935 October 1781M1-111How Depression Tries the Home, p. 9881933 October 3181M1-111Reading for Life, p. 11221935 December 581M1-111God and the Mosquitoes, p. 7561936 August 681M1-111Pills and the People, p. 8041936 August 2981M1-111The World Is My Family, p. 421937 January 1481M1-111The Harvest of the Spirit, p. 10791937 November 2581M1-111Love Is Our Defense, p. 12861950 October 1981M1-111Houses Large and Small, p.1012undated81M1-111Speak to the Earth, p.1092undated81M1-111A Vocation-Even Though the Silliest in the World, p. 964undated81M1-111When Children Ask Questions, p. 844undated81M1-111Christian Century1930The Plight of the Negro Intellectuals, p.10121930 August 2081M1-1021Christian Home1937-1962Green Immortal Garden: Spring, p.131937 May81M1-1022Green Immortal Garden: Summer, p. 141937 July81M1-1022Green Immortal Garden: Autumn, p. 141937 October81M1-1022We Begin the Day, p. 21938 July81M1-1022The Uses of a Gun, p. 161938 November81M1-1022Susan Meade and Her Pa, p. 41938 December81M1-1022Wanted: Mothers for Full-Time Work, p. 71939 May81M1-1022The School Bell Rings, p.121939 August81M1-1022Children at the Ticket Window, p. 101940 June81M1-1022Eleven Million Children, p. 221940 July81M1-1022Christmas Tree for the New Year, p. 201941 January81M1-1022Make Way for Mother, p. 141941 May81M1-1022Democracy Is Not Enough, p. 141942 November81M1-1022Antidote or Poison, p. 61942 November81M1-1022Treasure Days, p. 61943 January81M1-1022The World Isn't So Small, p. 221943 March81M1-1022Good Times With Our Children, p. 331943 June81M1-1022Christmas Without a Doctor, p. 81943 December81M1-1022Life Without Father, p. 111944 May81M1-1022Keep All Lines Open, p. 81944 September81M1-1022Help Johnny Grow Out of His Clothes, p. 141945 June81M1-1022Stability Does Not Just Happen, p. 131945 October81M1-1022Proving Ground of Democracy, p. 141946 July81M1-1022Geese Flying South-A Story to Read Aloud, p. 111946 November81M1-1022A Bill of Rights for an American House, p. 51947 May81M1-1022Alcoholics Are Made at Home, p. 141948 September81M1-1022Discipline by the Christian Ideal, p. 21948 November81M1-1022A Good Word for Trouble, p. 21949 February81M1-1022The World Is Built at Home, p. 21949 May81M1-1022Before the Psychologist Comes, p. 21949 August81M1-1022How to Stay On a Peak, p. 91949 November81M1-1022Lessons From a Daughter, p. 101950 February81M1-1023Take Eight Magazines, p. 341950 July81M1-1023Can Christians Face Trouble? p. 131950 April81M1-1023How to Tell the Age of a Woman, p. 261950 April81M1-1023The Best Things In Life Are Free, p. 21952 March81M1-1023That Troublesome Four, p. 261952 August81M1-1023I Remeber Christmas, p. 111952 December81M1-1023Neither Troubled Nor Afraid, p. 21954 May81M1-1023A New Possibility for Men, p. 11955 November81M1-1023Rendezvuos With Adversity, p. 201958 November81M1-1023The Enduring Christmas, p. 281959 December81M1-1023Acquaint Now Thyself With Him, p. 11960 February81M1-1023How Big Is Our Parish?, p. 21961 January81M1-1023Which Way Education?, pg. 21961 March81M1-1023When All Is Said and Done, p. 21961 July81M1-1023This Isn't Pee-Wee Golf, p. 101962 May81M1-1023Church School Magazine1933-1940A Family Agreement: A One-Act Play for Use During Childhood and Youth Week, p. 5291933 September81M1-1024Leadership In the Making, p. 2901935 June81M1-1024Leadership In the Making, p. 3591935 July81M1-1024Leadership In the Making, p. 4661935 September81M1-1024Leadership In the Making, p. 6481935 December81M1-1024Careers In the Making, p. 3571936 July81M1-1024Careers In the Making, p. 4171936 August81M1-1024Careers In the Making, p. 4791936 September81M1-1024Careers In the Making, p. 5331936 October81M1-1024Ragged Regiment, p. 5401940 October81M1-1024Apostles of the Children, p. 5951940 November81M1-1024Sunday School Giants, p. 6491940 December81M1-1024The Classmate1928-1945Three Days and an Education, p. 21928 October 1381M1-112In the Beginning, Chaos, p. 71928 October 2781M1-112The Long, Long Thoughts of Youth, p. 81932 October 2281M1-112The Long, Long Thoughts of Youth, p. 21932 November 581M1-112The Imprint of Spain, p. 6 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1932 December 3181M1-112Peopling the U.S.-the French, p. 6 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1933 February 1881M1-112And So the Anglo-Saxons Came, p. 6 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1933 March 1881M1-112The Children of the Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, p. 61933 April 1581M1-112Germans in America's Melting Pot, p. 6 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1933 May 2781M1-112The Connells and the O'Connells and Their Kin, p. 6 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1933 June 1081M1-112The Campbells, the MacGregors, and Their Kin, p. 6 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1933 July 881M1-112Lessons In Practical Realism, p. 21934 November 1081M1-112American Sons and Daughters of Sweden, p. 51935 June 2981M1-112The Man Behind the Figures, p. 51938 January 2281M1-113The Pagans Gave Us Mother's Day, p. 21939 May 1381M1-113Sweet Land of Liberty, p. 11939 November 1881M1-113A Nation Goes Caroling, p. 51939 December 1681M1-113Laboratory of Youth, p. 71940 May 481M1-113Road Map of Tennessee, p. 31940 May 1181M1-113Wedding Delayed, p. 11940 June 2281M1-113Land of the Conquistadors, p. 51941 April81M1-113Trade Trends in South America, p. 71941 June 1481M1-113South American Progress In Democracy, p. 61941 July 1981M1-113Wither Mexico, p. 51941 September 1381M1-113The World Isn't So Small, p. 211942 October81M1-113In Rememberance of Christopher, p. 11943 December81M1-113Gold Star, p. 11945 July81M1-113The Two Delinquents, p. 11945 September81M1-113Elementary Magazine1938The Golden Rain, p. 1311938 March81M1-1025The Epworth Era1928-1931A Adventure in Black, p. 7101928 August81M1-1026Singing Dollars, p. 681929 October81M1-1026Jessie L. Cuninggim, p. 3221930 February81M1-1026The Day of Small Things, p. 1331930 November81M1-1026Hull House On Halstead, p. 2631931 January81M1-1026The Epworth Herald1933The Gramophone at Maud's, p. 5101933 Ausgust 581M1-1027Finding GodundatedWhen Friends Fail, p. 23undated81M1-1028Gateway for Girls1944Don't Tether a Calf, p. 421944 October 1481M1-1029Girls Today1941-1948Erica's Gettysburg Address, p. 11941 November 281M1-1030Strike, p. 11942 January 2581M1-1030Small Town Summer, p. 81942 August 281M1-1030The World When Christ Was Born, p. 61942 December 2081M1-1030What! No Fingernail Polish?, p. 81943 May 3081M1-1030Blueprints, p. 11943 November 781M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 11944 September 1081M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 41944 September 1781M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 41944 September 2481M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 31944 October 181M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 41944 October 881M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 41944 October 1581M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 41944 October 2281M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 31944 October 2981M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 41944 November 581M1-1030Meadow In Bloom, p. 51944 November 1281M1-1030They're Never Too Young Nor Too Old, p. 31945 May 1381M1-1030Sunday School Superintendent to the World, p. 31945 September 981M1-1030Missionary to America, p. 51945 September 1681M1-1030Arithmetic Schoolmarm, p. 11945 September 2381M1-1030Blood Banker, p. 61945 October 781M1-1031O Christmas Tree, p. 11945 December 2381M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 11947 February 2381M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 11947 March 281M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 31947 March 981M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 31947 March 1681M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 31947 March 2381M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 41947 March 3081M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 31947 April 681M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 11947 April 1381M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 41947 April 2081M1-1031The Liberty Tree, p. 41947 April 2781M1-1031She Dreamt of Jeanie, p. 11948 November 781M1-1031Highroad, (original title, The Epworth Highroad)1929-1947We're Afraid of Your Bosses, But We're Not Afraid of Your People, p. 21929 March 3181M1-1032The Imprint of Spain, p. 4 (co-authored with Nevin O. Winter)1933 January81M1-1032Introduction to a Neighbor, p. 301936 April 81M1-1032Comrade of the Soil, p. 41937 September81M1-1032Poets Return, p. 101937 November81M1-1032Star Path, p. 21939 November81M1-1032Sweet Land of Liberty, p. 21939 November81M1-1032I Have Seven Friends, p. 51939 November81M1-1032Passage to Caintuck, p. 21940 January81M1-1033Passage to Caintuck, p. 111940 February81M1-1033Passage to Caintuck, p. 211940 March81M1-1033Passage to Caintuck, p. 241940 April81M1-1033Passage to Caintuck, p. 161940 May81M1-1033Passage to Caintuck, p. 201940 June81M1-1033The Prodigal's Return, p. 141940 August81M1-114Refugees, p. 61941 December81M1-114Everywhere Christmas Tonight, p. 201942 December81M1-114Red Dawn, p. 21943 March81M1-115Red Dawn, p. 121943 April81M1-115Red Dawn, p. 61943 May81M1-116Red Dawn, p. 241943 June81M1-116December 5: Christmas, 1943, p. 331943 December81M1-116A Christmas Prayer, p. 221944 December81M1-116Give Christmas a Chance, p. 461947 December81M1-116Home Quarterly1938What Shall I Do With Christmas, p. 51938 October-December81M1-117Home Utilities Salesman1931Six Gas Ranges and How They Were Sold, p. 2161931 May81M1-118Horn Book1965, 1969Let There Be Light, p. 5851965 December81M1-119Appalachian Heritage, p. 1431969 April81M1-119Household Magazine[1934]-1944The Crossroads, p. 32[1934 January]81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 321936 January81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 441936 February81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 241936 April81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 121936 June81M1-1110[The Crossroads], p. 101936 December81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 261937 January81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 201937 February81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 181937 March81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 491937 April81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 221937 June81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 321937 July81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 141937 August81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 261937 September81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 341937 October81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 161937 November81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 161937 December81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 201938 January81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 441938 February81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 221938 March81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 511938 April81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 201938 May81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 141938 June81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 161938 July81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 181938 October81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 101938 November81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 231938 December 81M1-1110The Crossroads, p. 281939 February81M1-1110Insuring Your Child's Smile, p. 71944 November81M1-1110Illinois Libraries1947-1957Books Are Bridges, p. 741947 February81M1-1111A Parent Looks At the High School Library, p. 381948 January81M1-1111Writing for Children, p. 2001957 June81M1-1111International Journal of Religious Education1939I and the Church School, p. 61939 May81M1-1112Iowa Library Quarterly1960The Private Life and Loves of an Author, p. 1531960 January81M1-1113Ispescope1949I Like To Write About Families, p. 61949 August81M1-1114Jack and Jill1948-1950Rain On the Windownpane, p. 601948 November81M1-1115Up and Down the River, p. 21950 March81M1-1115Up and Down the River, p. 381950 April81M1-1115Up and Down the River, p. 261950 May81M1-1115Juniors1929-1930The President Rides By, p. 61929 March81M1-1116The Stained-Glass Shepherd, p. 21929 July81M1-1116The Handkerchief That Went On a Journey, p. 51930 July81M1-1116The Gift of the Little Grayfriar, p. 81930 May81M1-1116Junior Weekly1937The Boy Who Drove the Chariot of the Sun, p. 1371937 May 181M1-1117Lessons for Intermediates1948That Friendly Feeling, p. 411948 April-June81M1-1118Library Journal1958Role of Novelist In Today's Crisis, p. 3511958 February 181M1-1119Methodist Story1960We Lost Our Son and Learned To Give, p. 241960 April81M1-1120The Missionary Voice1928-1931Youth and the Peace of Tomorrow, p. 3661928 December81M1-1121Women and the New Day In Russia, p. 621929 February81M1-1121And Now Comes Religion, p. 2561929 July81M1-1121Looking At Ourselves, p. 4221929 November81M1-1121You Heard the King Speak, p. 2211930 May81M1-1121Glimpsing the City of Rio de Janeiro, p. 3821931 August81M1-1121National Temperance Digest1948Alcoholics Are Made At Home, p. 71948 December81M1-1122Out On A LimbundatedI Like Mine Straightundated81M1-1123Pilgrim Highroad1944Prayer, p. 221944 December81M1-1124The Portal1928-1941A Sprig of Dutch Heather, p. 41928 December 2281M1-1125The Day I Spent In Europe, p. 71929 April 2081M1-1125The Children of Vikings, p. 51929 June 2981M1-1125Ye Olde English Inne, p. 51929 July 2781M1-1125Along Came Peter, p. 61929 August 2481M1-1125Build It With Stone So Strong, p. 31929 September 2881M1-1125Something Old and Something New, p. 31929 October 1981M1-1125A Letter To Our Girls, p. 41929 November 981M1-1125We Pay Our Respects To a Patriot, p. 51929 December 2181M1-1125Santa Claus Sets Up a Workshop, p. 51929 December 2181M1-1125A Table In Geneva, p. 51930 January 1881M1-1125We Meet Cicero, p. 51930 February 2281M1-1125Germany Sings Again, p. 301930 March 1581M1-1125Pageantry On the Rhine, p. 21930 April 1281M1-1125A Picnic In Budapest, p. 51930 April 2681M1-1125Lace Makers To the World, p. 71930 July 581M1-1125All's Well That Ends Well, p. 21930 June 781M1-1125Vacation Adventure, p. 61930 June 2481M1-1125Notes On How To See a King, p. 51930 August 1681M1-1125The First Lady of China, p. 41931 May 1681M1-1125Little Mother of the Turks, p. 31931 June 2781M1-1125A Voice Singing In India, p. 51931 October 1781M1-1125Red Cross Nurse To the World, p. 31939 November 1781M1-1125Citizens By Invitation, p. 51932 February 681M1-1125A Countess of Hungary Comes Calling, p. 31932 April 981M1-1125A Daughter of Old China, p. 31932 May 2181M1-1125Something For You To Do, p. 41932 July 1681M1-1125Making Peace Posters1932 September 1081M1-1125The Right Way To Study War, p. 41932 September 1781M1-1125The Road That Led To an Attic, p. 31932 October 2281M1-1125Something For You To Do, p. 41932 November 1281M1-1125The Kingdom of a Girl's Values, p. 41933 January 781M1-1126The Kingdom of a Girl's Values, p. 41933 January 2181M1-1126Carpenters From Samakand, p. 41933 May 1381M1-1126The Kingdom of a Girl's Values, p. 41933 June 381M1-1126The Kingdom of a Girl's Values, p. 41933 June 1081M1-1126The Kingdom of a Girl's Values, p. 41933 October 2181M1-1126A Pathway To the Sea, p. 41933 November 481M1-1126A Trail Blazer Among the Stars, p. 51933 November 1881M1-1126In Praise of Wondering Sheperds, p. 41933 December 2381M1-1126Take a Basket With You, p. 41933 December 3081M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41934 January 681M1-1126From the Dairy of a Window Shopper, p. 41934 January 1281M1-1126What We Learned From Jimmy, p. 41934 February 2481M1-1126What We Learned From Jimmy, p. 41934 March 381M1-1126An Artist In the Hospital, p. 51934 April 2181M1-1126From the Diary of a Window Shopper, p. 41934 June 981M1-1126From the Diary of a Window Shopper, p. 51934 June 3081M1-1126From the Diary of a Window Shopper, p. 21934 July 2181M1-1126From the Diary of a Window Shopper, p. 41934 September 181M1-1126From the Diary of a Window Shopper, p. 61934 September 1581M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41934 November 2481M1-1126One of Our Youth, p. 41934 December 1581M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41935 January 581M1-1126From the Diary of a Window Shopper, p. 41935 January 1281M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41935 January 1981M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41935 February 981M1-1126A House Where the World Meets, p. 21935 February 981M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41935 February 2381M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41935 August 2481M1-1126A Question Anwsered, p. 41935 September 781M1-1126The Question Box, p. 41935 September 2181M1-1126At the Next Corner, Turn--, p. 41935 October 1981M1-1126Parchments and Prisons, p. 51935 December 1481M1-1126On Being a Daughter, p. 41935 December 1481M1-1126O Little Town of Bethlehem, p. 61935 December 2881M1-1126The Art of Tacking, p. 41936 January 481M1-1126A Far Journey, p. 81936 January 1881M1-1126Make Way for the King, p. 61936 January 2581M1-1126Choosing Helpers, p. 61936 February 181M1-1126A Courageous Christ, p. 61936 February 881M1-1126A Tragic Home-Coming, p. 61936 February 1581M1-1126A Day In Capernaum, p. 61936 February 2281M1-1126Friends and Enemies, p. 61936 February 2981M1-1126An Ominous Voice, p. 61936 March 2181M1-1126Jesus Prepares for the End, p. 61936 March 2881M1-1126Gethsemane, p. 61936 April 481M1-1126The Resurrection, p. 61936 April 1181M1-1126Witness, p. 61936 April 18 81M1-1126Jesus and the Out of Doors, p. 61936 April 2581M1-1126The Shepherd Boy of Long Ago, p. 61936 May 281M1-1126Stars In the Summer Sky, p. 61936 May 981M1-1126Creatures of the Wing and Wood, p. 61936 May 1681M1-1126Planting a Seed, p. 61936 May 2381M1-1126Working Together, p. 41936 June 681M1-1126Working Together, p. 61936 June 2081M1-1126Working Together, p. 61936 June 2781M1-1126Working Together, p. 61936 July 481M1-1126Working Together, p. 61936 July 1181M1-1126Playing Together, p. 61936 July 1881M1-1126Playing Together, p. 61936 July 2581M1-1126Playing Together, p. 61936 August 181M1-1126Playing Together, p. 61936 August 881M1-1126Playing Together, p. 41936 August 1581M1-1126Playing Together, p. 61936 August 2281M1-1126Playing Together, p. 61936 August 2981M1-1126Fling Us A Handful of Stars, p. 41936 September 581M1-1126Jesus and I1936 September 581M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 61936 September 1281M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 41936 September 1981M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 61936 September 2681M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 61936 October 381M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 61936 October 1081M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 61936 October 2481M1-1126Jesus and I, p. 21936 October 3181M1-1126This Love of Country, p. 61936 November 781M1-1126This Love of Country, p. 61936 November 1481M1-1126Little Sister Co-op, p. 11936 November 2181M1-1126This Country of Love, p. 61936 November 2881M1-1126A Christmas Interlude, p. 61936 December 581M1-1126A Christmas Interlude, p. 61936 December 1281M1-1126A Christmas Interlude, p. 61936 December 1981M1-1126A Christmas Interlude, p. 61936 December 2681M1-1126A Christmas Interlude, p. 61937 January 281M1-1127Leaves From An Old Book, p. 61937 January 981M1-1127Leaves From An Old Book, p. 61937 January 1681M1-1127Leaves From An Old Book, p. 61937 January 2381M1-1127Leaves From An Old Book, p. 61937 January 3081M1-1127The Fighting Spirit, p. 11937 November 2081M1-1127Poets In the Garden, p. 41937 April 381M1-1127I Wish I Were a Country, p. 51937 May 2981M1-1127If I Follow a Star, p. 41938 January 881M1-1127There's Nothing New In Manners, p. 41938 January 1581M1-1127Why Behave Like Americans, p. 21938 February 1981M1-1127A Pattern For a Daughter, p. 41938 May 781M1-1127The Strange Career of a Wardrobe, p. 21938 May 1481M1-1127A Shawl for Mrs. Grundy, p. 11938 May 2281M1-1127A Sweet Girl Graduate, p. 21938 May 2881M1-1127It's Healthy To Have Manners, p. 41938 June 1181M1-1127There Are Styles In Patriotism, p. 41938 July 281M1-1127Tables Make A Difference, p. 71938 July 981M1-1127Families Can Be Charming, p. 21938 August 2681M1-1127Let Me Alone Please1938 November 2681M1-1127Buildings More Beautiful, p. 81938 December 1781M1-1127Pictures and Prairies, p. 31939 February 1881M1-1127Talk Isn't Cheap, p. 81939 March 1181M1-1127We Play by Grecian Rules, p. 31939 April 181M1-1127Rules of the Road, p. 31939 April 2981M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 81939 June [10]81M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 81939 June 1781M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 61939 July 181M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 61939 July 881M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 51939 July 1581M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 61939 July 2281M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 61939 July 2981M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 61939 August 581M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 81939 August 1281M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 61939 August 1981M1-1127Vacation Adventure, p. 81939 August 2681M1-1127Growing Pains, p. 21939 September 1681M1-1127Cheer Leader, p. 11939 November 481M1-1127Jane Jones, p. 61939 December 281M1-1127What Are Riches?1939 December 281M1-1127Gift Manners, p. 51939 December 981M1-1127Beautiful Is the Child, p. 111939 December 2381M1-1127New Year's Magic, p. 61939 December 3081M1-1127The New Year Is a Gateway, p. 81939 December 3081M1-1127Light, p. 61940 January 681M1-1128Curls Like Mimi's, p. 61940 February 381M1-1128Upside-down Girl, p. 61940 February 1081M1-1128The Awakening Earth, p. 61940 March 2381M1-1128Adventures of the Poor Man's Bible, p. 31940 May 481M1-1128Speak To the Earth, p. 21940 May 2581M1-1128Singing of Midnight, p. 21940 June 2981M1-1128New Frontiers, p. 61940 August 1781M1-1128Petite Parisienne, p. 41940 August 3181M1-1128Friends of the Night, p. 61940 September 2881M1-1128Court of Honor, p. 11940 November 3081M1-1128Sunset, p. 41940 December 2881M1-1128Boastful Christmas, p. 61941 January 1181M1-1128Out of a Laboratory, p. 61941 February 881M1-1128Pancake Tuesday, p. 81941 February 2281M1-1128Lessons From the Past, p. 61941 March 2281M1-1128What's In a Birthplaces, p. 61941 March 2981M1-1128Palms Along the Road, p. 61941 April 581M1-1128Dear Mother, p. 31941 May 1081M1-1128Partnership, p. 61941 May 3181M1-1128Living by Fractions, p. 21941 June 781M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 11941 July 2681M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 11941 August 281M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 31941 August 981M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 11941 August 1681M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 31941 August 2381M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 31941 August 3081M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 31941 September 681M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 31941 September 1381M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 31941 September 2081M1-1128Barrie and Daughter, p. 21941 September 2781M1-1128Printed Salesmanship1931Steinway Makes 1930 Its Greatest Year, p. 1281931 April81M1-1129Direct-Mail Pieces that Women Like, p. 2251931 May81M1-1129P.T.A Magazine1970A Child and His Books, p. 201970 February81M1-1130Queen's Garden1942Families Are Fun, p. 21942 October 1081M1-1131The Record of the Girl's Friendly Society1928A Candlestick from Holland, p. 2591928 December81M1-1132Teens1942Strike, p. 1131942 April81M1-1133The Torchbearer1929-1933The Sun Parlor, p. 81929 September 1581M1-1134The Sun Parlor, p. 81929 October 2781M1-1134Santa Claus Sets Up a Workshop, p. 31929 December 2281M1-1134The Sun Parlor, p. 81929 December 2981M1-1134To Every Reader and Friend, p. 61930 June 181M1-1134Mr. Chappell Leaves, p. 61930 October 581M1-1134Yule Fires On a Mountain, p. 41930 December 2181M1-1134A Daughter of the Vikings, p. 71931 April 581M1-1134Aides To Stepping Out, p. 31932 February 1481M1-1134Dress Parade, p. 31932 May 881M1-1134Take a Look At Your Halo, p. 31932 June 581M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41932 July 781M1-1134The Tale Your Mirror Tells, p. 31932 August 2881M1-1134Fall In Love With Your Hands, p. 31932 October 281M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41932 October 981M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41932 November 2081M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41932 December 1881M1-1134Six Kinds of Curtains for Your Room, p. 31933 March 1981M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41933 May 2181M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41933 June 1881M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41933 July 2381M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41933 September 381M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41933 October 881M1-1134Dear Juliet, p. 41933 December 1081M1-1134Trails for Juniors1943-1959Padre's Cats1943 January81M1-1135The Four O'Clock Squad, p. 11944 January81M1-1135A Carol for the Governor, p. 11945 December81M1-1135The Arrowhead, p. 111946 August81M1-1135The Journey, p. 11946 September81M1-1135The Red Hood, p. 11946 November81M1-1135To Grandmother's House We Go1947 November 2381M1-1135Debby and the Jackknife, p. 41947 December 781M1-1135Celia for Chuck, p. 41948 January 1181M1-1135Grandpap, p. 11949 July 1081M1-1135They Came From China, p. 11949 July81M1-1135A Day of Surprises, p.11949 August81M1-1135The Wind and the Leaves, p. 11949 September81M1-1135Christmas Angel, p. 11949 November81M1-1135One Hundred Candles, p. 21951 January81M1-1135Debby and the Jackknife, p. 2 1952 December 81M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 11958 October 581M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 41958 October 1281M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 61958 October 1981M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 21958 October 2681M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 61958 November 281M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 21958 November 981M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 21958 November 1681M1-1135Higgins and the Great Big Scare, p. 61958 November 2381M1-1135Surprises for Miss Althy1959 June 781M1-1135Surprises for Miss Althy1959 June 1481M1-1135Twelve-Fifteen1955-1956Grace Before Meat At Thanksgiving, p. 91955 November 2081M1-1136Grace Before Meat At Christmas, p. 71955 December 2581M1-1136Grace Before Meat At New Year's Day, p. 111956 January 181M1-1136Grace Before Meat On the Birthday of a Patriot, p. 41956 February 1281M1-1136Grace Before Meat When A Friend Is Present, p. 121956 March 2581M1-1136Grace Before Meat On Mother's Day, p. 121956 May 1381M1-1136Grace Before Meat On Father's Day, p. 121956 June 1781M1-1136Grace Before Meat When A Beloved One Has Met With Success1956 July 2281M1-1136Venture1943Victory Summer, p. 21943 May 981M1-1137Woman's Day1965A Certain Small Shepherd, p. 271965 December81M1-1138World Neighbors1926The Wax Finger, p. 2061926 April81M1-1139World Outlook1951Peace On the Prairies, p. 391951 August81M1-1140The Young Christian Worker1927Hermes of the Northland, p. 21927 September81M1-1141Young Wings1943An Exciting Childhood in Kentucky, p. 71943 September81M1-1142PamphletsSubseries B.1958-1965, undatedGutenberg Bible and the T.V. Screen, Commission on Promotion and Cultivation of the Methodist Church1958 July81M1-1143Heralding New Horizons, Commission on Promotion and Cultivation of the Methodist Churchundated81M1-1144High Cost of Writing, Southeast Community College, Cumberland, Kentucky196581M1-1145Paulo and Lilita: Stories of Brazilian Children, Methodist Episcopal Church, Southundated81M1-1146Primary Bible Lessons, Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Board of Educationundated81M1-1147A Troubled World Needs Christian Families, Methodist Church, Board of Educationundated81M1-1148The World is Built at Home, Department of the Christian Family, Board of Education of the Methodist Churchundated81M1-1149You and Your Boyfriend, Household Magazine196381M1-1150Lectures and speechesSeries IV.1939-1979, undatedScope and ContentsComprises transcripts and handwritten notes of lectures and speeches given by Rebecca Caudill. Arranged chronologically by subseries according to the lecture date, with a subseries relating to peace activities at the end. Lecture title, location, and name of group addressed are included, where available. Undated lectures are listed alphabetically by lecture title.Subseries A.1940-1950The Child and His Book, n.p.194081M1-1151The Sea Is All Around, radio1941 February 181M1-1152Speech at Mother-Daughter Banquet, First Baptist Church1941 April 1581M1-1153The Companionship of Booksundated81M1-1154Nine Juveniles, Radio WILL1941 November 8 81M1-1155Interview With Mrs. Locklin, Tidewater Tales, radio1943 March 481M1-1156The Church and the Home1943 February 2881M1-1157The Education of Exceptional Children in Illinois, WILL Radio1943 November 81M1-121Christmas Books for Children, WILL Radio1945 November 2881M1-122Stories Are Bridges, Church School Story Paper Editors, Chicago, Illinois194781M1-123What the New Sanctuary Means to Trinity Families, Trinity Supper, N.p.1949 March 2781M1-124Preface to Writing, Bloomington, Indiana1949 December 381M1-125Building a Child's Library, Holy Cross Book Fair1950 January 381M1-126Preface to Writing, Education Association, Library section, Battle Creek, Michigan1950 October 2681M1-127Background for a Backwoods Story, WILL Radio1950 November81M1-128Subseries B.1951-1960The Challenge of 1951, radio1951 January81M1-129Books for Children in 1951, Childhood Education Association, Champaign, Illinois1951 March81M1-1210Devotion, Woman's Society of Christian Service, N.p.1951 September 2781M1-1211Dear Henry David Thoreau, Book fair, Burlington, Illinois1951 November 381M1-1212Unititled speech, Madison, Wisconsin1952 February 881M1-1213Reflections on Indian Independence, N.p.1952 August 1581M1-1214The Broyles Bill and Public School Teachers, Woman's Society of Christian Service, N.p.1953 February 2781M1-1215Gratitude to Librarians, Saginaw, Michigan1953 April 2881M1-1216Untitled speech at Wesley Foundation, N.p.1953 November 2281M1-1217Reading in Family: A Shared Experience, Columbia School, Champaign, Illinois1954 February 1881M1-1218Church Women's Council's Peace Project, N.p.1954 September 2481M1-1219Untitled speeches at book fairs1954 NovemberUntitled speech at book fair, Detroit, Michigan1954 November 581M1-1220Untitled speech at book fair, Cleveland, Ohio1954 November 881M1-1220Untitled speech at book fair, Chicago, Illinois1954 November 1781M1-1220Untitled speech for engineering faculty wives, N.p.1955 January81M1-1221Untitled speech, Marquette School, N.p.1955 February81M1-1222Susan Cornish, Decatur High School Librarians, Decatur, Illinois1955 April 2381M1-1223Untitled speech, Delta Kappa Gamma, Centralia, Illinois1955 November 1981M1-1224Untitled speech, fraduate students' wives, Michigan195581M1-1225James' speech about RCA1955 Spring81M1-1226Better Children's Books for More Children in Illinois, First Pre-Conference Institute, Children's Libraians Section, Peoria, Illinois1956 December 1781M1-1227Untitled, Burlington, Illinois1956 December 181M1-1228Is It Worth What It Takes? Ridgecrest, North Carolina195781M1-1229Untitled, Woman's Society of Christian Service, N.p.1957 January 981M1-1230Untitled, Delta Kappa Gamma, N.p.1957 May 2381M1-1231Story to the Children, Wesley Methodist Church, Urbana, Illinois1957 July 2881M1-1232Barrie And Daughter, Polo, Illinois1957 December 481M1-1233Background for Backwoods Stories, School Librarians, Kentucky Library Association, Paducah, Kentucky1957 October 1981M1-1234Role of the Novelist in Today's Crisis, College and Reference Librarians, Kentucky Library Association, Paducah, Kentucky1957 October 1581M1-1235Untitled, Paw Paw Book Fair, Paw Paw, Michigan1957 December 1081M1-1236Untitled, Fourth through Sixth grades, Paw Paw School, Paw Paw, Michigan1957 December 1081M1-1237Creating Children's Books Which Help Develop Character, International Reading Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin1958 May 1081M1-1238600-Word Condensation of 'Creating Children's Books Which Help Develop Character', N.p.Undated81M1-1239An Author Uses the Library, Urbana Library Assistants, Urbana, Illinois1958 May 1781M1-1240Out of My Life, Maypole Banquet, Woman's Society of Christian Service, Wesley Methodist Church, Urbana, Illinois1958 May 1981M1-1241The World of Bonnie Fairchild, Fifth and sixth grades, Racine School1958 May 2481M1-1242Background for Backwoods Stories, Fifth through eighth grades, Racine School1958 May 2481M1-1243I Write for Today's Child, Library Conference, Bloomington, Illinois1958 July 981M1-1244Untitled, Librarians Serction, National Commission on Education and Admissions, Boone, North Carolina1958 September 2681M1-1245So You'd Like to Write, Library Campaign, Illinois1958 May 2581M1-1246The Library and I, Allerton House, Library Services to Young Adults Meeting1958 November 1081M1-1247Writing Books for Children, Teacher-Librarian Workshop, Iowa City, Iowa1959 June 1781M1-1248Writing Books for Children, Fifteenth Annual Conference and Course on Reading, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania1959 July 981M1-1249Children's Literature Basic to Culture in the Appalachian Mountains, Consultation on Mountain Literature, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky1959 July 2181M1-1250Untitled, Business and Professional Women's Dinner, N.p.1959 September 181M1-1251The Private Life and Loves of an Author, Iowa Library Association, Des Moines, Iowa1959 October 2381M1-1252Book Talk, Decatur, Illinois1959 November 381M1-1253The Library and I, Illinois State Normal University Reading Council, Bloomington, Illinois1960 February 1081M1-1254Untitled, Tennessee High School Library Association, Clarksville, Tennessee1960 March 2381M1-1255Untitled, High School Library Association, Chicago, Illinois1960 May 781M1-1256Inside a Child's Book, Library Colloquim, N.p.1960 December 1581M1-1257Subseries C.1961-1970Book Talk, Kindergarten through third grade, Kalamazoo, Michigan1961 March81M1-1258Book Talk, Third through sixth grades, Hays School, Urbana, Illinois1962 November 1181M1-1259Book Talk, La Grange Park School, N.p.1962 November 1981M1-1260High Cost of Writing, Community Meeting, Southeast Community Center, Cumberland, Kentucky, Rebecca Caudill Day1963 October 1181M1-1261Book Talk, Worth, Illinois1964 April 1481M1-1262Background for a Backwoods Story, Illinois high School Library Association, Urbana, Illinois1964 May 981M1-1263Background for a Backwoods Story, Tennessee1964 October 15 & 30Background for a Backwoods Story, Middle Tennessee Education Association, Nashville, Tennessee1964 October 1581M1-1264Background for a Backwoods Story, East Tennessee Education Association, Knoxville, Tennessee1964 October 3081M1-1264Book Talk, Kindergarten through third grades, Kalamazoo, Michigan1966 February 1081M1-1265Writing Between the Lines, Speech1967 October-NovemberWriting Between the Lines, Speech, Cincinnati, Ohio1967 October 2781M1-1266Writing Between the Lines, Speech, Louisville, Kentucky1967 October 2881M1-1266Writing Between the Lines, Speech, Indianapolis, Indiana1967 November 481M1-1266The Author Builds Bridges, Rough Draft (Typescript)undated81M1-1266Writing Between the Lines, Rough Draft 2 (Typescript)undated81M1-1266Speech at Murrary College, Murray College, Murray, Kentucky1968 March 2181M1-1267A Time for Books, American Council on Education, Normal, Illinois1968 May 4Notes for A Time for Booksundated81M1-1268A Time for Books, Rough Draft (Typescript)undated81M1-1268A Time for Books, Speech, American Council on Education, Normal, Illinois1968 May 481M1-1268Student Churches, Radio, WILL1968 May 1381M1-1269Untitled, Children's Book Guild, Washington, D.C.1968 November 281M1-1270Untitled, American Association of University Women, Barbouville, Kentucky1969 April 2481M1-1271Untitled, Wesleyan College Symposium, Macon, Georgia1969 May 2581M1-1272Untitled, Award Dinner, Chicago Children's Reading Round Table1969 May 881M1-1273Untitled, Utica, New York1969 November 681M1-1274Untitled, Peoria, Illinois1970 May 2981M1-1275Untitled, NDEA Institute, Boone, North Carolina1970 July81M1-1276Telelecture, Macomb Laboratory School, Macomb, Illiois1970 November 1681M1-1277The Next 50 Years, Correspondence, Weslsyan College, Macon, Georgia1970 April 1181M1-1278The Next 50 Years, Research material, Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia1970 April 1181M1-1279The Next 50 Years, First draft (handwritten), Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia1970 April 1181M1-1280The Next 50 Years, Revised Drafts (Typescripts), Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia1970 April 1181M1-1281Subseries D.1971-1979Untitled, Los Angeles, California, Boone, North Carolina1971 May-June81M1-1282Untitled, rough draft (handwritten) and revised copy (typescript), Bro-Dart Conference, Chicago, Illinois1972 August 9, undated81M1-1283Untitled, Bowling Green, Kentucky1972 October 2481M1-1284Why I Write Like Rebecca Caudill, Warrenburg, Montana1973 March 981M1-1285My Role in the Creation of Pocketful of Cricket, Joint Pre-conference, American Council on Education, Wichita, Kansas1973 April 2481M1-1286Why I Write Like Rebecca Caudill, Fayetteville, Georgia1973 July 681M1-1287Why I Write Like Rebecca Caudill, Oakland University, Detroit, Michigan197381M1-1288What the Appalachian Child Brings to Your Classroom, Correspondence1973 June 681M1-1289What the Appalachian Child Brings to Your Classroom, Drafts (handwritten)1973 June 1381M1-1290What the Appalachian Child Brings to Your Classroom, Drafts (typescript)1973 June 1381M1-1291Appalachia Is My Theme, St. Charles, Montana1974 June 2481M1-1292Appalachian in Children's Literature, Dayton, Ohio1974 June 1981M1-1293Untitled, WILL Radio1974 September 2381M1-1294From Hardshell Baptist to Quaker, Early drafts (typescript)197981M1-1295From Hardshell Baptist to Quaker, Haworth Press Edition, 1979 Jonathan Plummer Lecture, Illinois Yearly Meeting of Religious Society of Friends1979 August 581M1-1296Subseries E.undated Appalachian Heritageundated81M1-1297Books are Bridgesundated81M1-1298Brazilundated81M1-131The Child and His Bookshelf, Drafts (typescript)undated81M1-132How Brer Rabbit Frightened His Neighborsundated81M1-133I Nominate for Doubtful Fameundated81M1-134Interpreting World Neighbors to Children Thru' Books, Notes (handwritten)undated81M1-135Interpreting the World Neighbors to Children thru' Books, drafts (handwritten)undated81M1-136Interpreting the World Neighbors to Children thru' Books, Draft (typescript)undated81M1-137Leal School P.T.A., radio scriptundated81M1-138Looking Back: The Last Ten Yearsundated81M1-139Marriage is Enoughundated81M1-1310On Being Educated, Phi Delta Phiundated81M1-1311A Parent Looks at the High School Libraryundated81M1-1312P.T.A Talk on Booksundated81M1-1313The Social Responsibility of the Author of Children's Bookundated81M1-1314University Library Club Talk on Booksundated81M1-1315Two Ways to Write Books for Young Peopleundated81M1-1316What's in a Book?undated81M1-1317Religious Training in the Homeundated81M1-1318Spotlightundated81M1-1319Untitled works / personalundated81M1-1320-21PeaceSubseries F.1939-1962, undatedImpressions of the War, Urbana, Illinois1939 September 2181M1-1322Untitled, N.p.1941 February 1081M1-1323Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, radio1941 May 1581M1-1324Untitled, Woman's Society of Christian Service, n.p.1950 March 3081M1-1325A Man Must Do Something Today, Peace Seminar, n.p.1952 February 1681M1-1326Bold Venture, Steps to Peace Seminar, n.p.1952 May 581M1-1327Untitled, Church Woman's Council, n.p.1954 September 2481M1-1328Untitled, Women for Peace-Ministers Luncheon, n.p.1962 March 2081M1-1329Ann Arbor Reportundated81M1-1330Historical Developmentundated81M1-1331Layman's Responsibility for Peaceundated81M1-1332Shea's Rebellionundated81M1-1333Talk On Japaneseundated81M1-1334When I Thought James Was Going to Warundated81M1-1335Untitled works on peaceundated81M1-1336CorrespondenceSeries V.1903-1985, undatedScope and ContentsComprises correspondence arranged into 7 subseries by subject: Professional, General, Pine Mountain Settlement School, Political, Students, Wesleyan College, and Personal. Professional letters consist of correspondence with literary agents, publishers, and translators. General correspondence consists of invitations to speak at libraries, schools, and book fairs. These letters are organized by the correspondent's most recent year of correspondence with Caudill; some correspondents' letters span multiple years. Personal correspondence consists primarily of letters to and from family members.ProfessionalSubseries A.1932-1985, undatedLiterary agents, Brandt & Brandt1939-194181M1-1337Literary agent, Ruth Cantor1955-197181M1-1338American Friends Service Committee197981M1-1339American Home193681M1-1340Better Homes and Gardens1937 March 681M1-1341Christian Science Monitorundated81M1-1342Child Life1942-194381M1-1343Coward McCann1937-193981M1-1344Doubleday Publishing1969 July-September81M1-1345E. P. Dutton and Co.1970-198481M1-1346-48Garrard Press1960-196481M1-1349Ginn and Company1979 July-October81M1-1350Holt, Rinehart, Winston1961-198581M1-1351-5581M1-141-3Household Magazine1933-1941, undated81M1-144-9Household Magazine - Pioneer Stories and Other Reading-Submitted Materialsundated81M1-1410-16Jack and Jill, The Curtis Publishing Company1949-195981M1-1417Junior Literary Guild1943-194981M1-1418Longmans Green and Company1947-196281M1-1419David McKay Company1961-197081M1-1420Methodist Book Concern1935-193681M1-151Methodist Episcopal Church1932-193881M1-152-3Methodist Episcopal Church, South1930-196381M1-154-2081M1-161-2Thomas Nelson1958-198281M1-163Presbyterian Church, Board of Christian Education1941-194281M1-164Random House1980 January 3081M1-165Row Peterson1937-195381M1-166-7Yumiko Tomada1977-198481M1-168The Viking Press, Inc.1939-198181M1-169-13The John C. Winston Company1941-196181M1-1614-18GeneralSubseries B.1919-1985, undated1924-192781M1-16191927-193181M1-16201933-193681M1-16211937-193881M1-1622193981M1-16231940-194181M1-16241942-194481M1-1625194581M1-171194681M1-1721947-194881M1-173194981M1-174195081M1-175195181M1-176195281M1-177195381M1-178195481M1-179195581M1-1710195681M1-1711195781M1-1712195881M1-17131959 January-July81M1-17141959 August-December81M1-1715196081M1-17161960-196181M1-1717196281M1-1718196381M1-1719196481M1-17201965 January-August81M1-17211965 August-December81M1-1722196681M1-181196781M1-182196881M1-1831969 January-May81M1-1841969 May-December81M1-1851970 January-June81M1-1861970 July-December81M1-1871971 January-March81M1-1881971 March-December81M1-1891972 January-July81M1-18101972 August-December81M1-18111973 January-May81M1-18121973 June-December81M1-18131974 January-May81M1-18141974 June-December81M1-1815197581M1-1816197681M1-1817197781M1-1818197881M1-1819197981M1-191198081M1-1921981 January-May81M1-1931981 June-December81M1-1941982 January-December81M1-1951992 December81M1-196198381M1-197198481M1-198198581M1-199undated81M1-1910Mabel Woodward Douglas[1920]-1986, undated81M1-1911Gwyn family1973-1979, undated81M1-1912Savella Jackson1970-1978, undated81M1-1913Martinez family1949-1980, undated81M1-1914Thomas Paine School Library1978-198281M1-1915Wesley Foundation1958, undated81M1-1916Pine Mountain Settlement SchoolSubseries C.1961, 1965-1984, undated1961, 1965-196681M1-19171967-196881M1-1918196981M1-1919197081M1-1920197181M1-19211972-197381M1-2011974-197781M1-2021978-198481M1-203undated81M1-204PoliticalSubseries D.1951-1967, 19821951-195281M1-205195381M1-206195481M1-2071962-1967, 198281M1-208StudentsSubseries E.1973-1985, undatedNotes and cardsSubseries i.1973-1985, undated1973-197681M1-209197781M1-2010197881M1-20111979 January-May81M1-20121979 May-December81M1-2013198081M1-20141981 January-June81M1-20151981 June-December81M1-20161982-1983 June81M1-20171983 November-December81M1-201819833631984 January-March81M1-20191984 March-December81M1-2020198581M1-211undated81M1-212-5386Books and drawingsSubseries ii.1979-1982, undatedAn Album of Birds That We See In Urbana197981M1-216Scope and ContentsA book by fourth graders in Mrs. Grabow's class from the Thomas Paine School, Urbana, Illinois.A Christmas Book for Our Friends, Aunt Becky and Uncle James198081M1-217A Book of Birthday Wishes for Rebecca Caudill1982 February 2364Get well cards from first graders at Carrie Busey Grade Schoolcirca 198081M1-218Drawn cardsundated81M1-219Birthday cards to Rebecca Caudill from Fallen Park School, Roanoke, Virginiaundated81M1-2110-11Drawingsundated81M1-2112365Wesleyan CollegeSubseries F.1919-1985, undated1919-194881M1-2113194981M1-2114Scope and ContentsFolder 27 contains material on the Anne Banks Armand Memorial Award.195081M1-2115195181M1-2116195281M1-21171953-195981M1-21181960-196581M1-21191966-196981M1-21201970-197981M1-221Plaque from The 1836 Club197681M1-2221981-198581M1-223undated81M1-224PersonalSubseries G.1903, 1919-1985, undatedBy yearSubseries i.1903, 1919-1985, undated1903, 1919-193081M1-225193181M1-226-71932-193881M1-2281938-193981M1-229194081M1-22101941-194481M1-22111945-194781M1-22121947-194881M1-2213194881M1-2214194981M1-22151949-195081M1-2216195081M1-2217195181M1-22181951-195281M1-2219195281M1-2220195381M1-222181M1-231195481M1-2321955-197381M1-2331979-198481M1-234198581M1-235undated81M1-236-7Baker FamilySubseries ii.1943-1985, undated1943-198181M1-238198281M1-2391983-198581M1-2310undated81M1-2311-13PattonsSubseries iii.1950-1951, undated81M1-2314Harry M. Ayars familySubseries iv.1920-1959, undatedJames Ayars1920-1959, undated81M1-2315-16James Ayars, postcards and letters1925-1958, undated81M1-2317Rebecca Caudill, postcards and letters1931-1959, undated81M1-2318-19Becky Jean Ayars Baker, postcard195581M1-241PersonalSeries VI.1913-1998, undatedScope and ContentsComprises biographical materials and scrapbooks about Rebecca Caudill and her immediate family, memorabilia from significant events in Rebecca Caudill's life, notebooks and calendars that document the Caudill family's travels and accounts, and materials related to the Rebecca Caudill Public Library that opened in Cumberland, Kentucky in 1973. Memorabilia consists of wedding ceremony garments and mementos, books relating to Caudill's time in Brazil, yearbooks and diplomas that document her studies at Wesleyan College and Vanderbilt University, and awards that celebrate her distinguished literary career. Arranged by subject and format.Biographical materialsSubseries A.1919-1998, undatedRebecca Caudill AyarsSubseries i.1919-1998, undated1919-194981M1-2421950s81M1-2431960s81M1-244GeneralFolder 18 contains book, "Kentucky Literature," by Ish Richey B.S., M.A.1970s81M1-2481980s, 199881M1-249undated81M1-2411Caudill genealogy1936-1977, undated81M1-254-6Scope and ContentsFolder 3 contains notebook and clippings with birth, death and wedding dates.Child of Appalachia1977-1978, undated81M1-2410Scope and ContentsA documentary film about the life of Rebecca Caudill Ayars, by Ken E. Van Horn.Identification cards and Illinois license plate1965-1981, undated81M1-2521GeneralIncludes: Illinois license plate (1979), Delta Kappa Gamma Society International membership card (1981-1980), Illinois Association of Senior Citizens card (1979 March), Voter's certificate/registration (1979 January), Illinois operator's license (1965 March 3), Urbana Library card (1980 January), and Backseat Driver's Club membership card (undated).World Topics Year Book196181M1-245Kentucky Literature: 1784-1963, by Ish Richey196381M1-246Years Away From Home, by Gladys Hasty Carroll197281M1-247James Sterling Ayars Jr.Subseries ii.1930-1979, undatedCorrespondence1930-194881M1-2415Scope and ContentsIncludes correspondence from the James Sterling Ayars Jr. Memorial Collection.Correspondence1949-195381M1-2416Correspondence1954-195681M1-2417Correspondence195681M1-2418Correspondence1956-197981M1-2419GeneralFolder 11 also contains correspondence from 1956Correspondenceundated81M1-2413Writing by Rebecca Caudill about James S. Ayars Jr.1956 March 9-1957 February 481M1-2414Journals of letters to James S. Ayars Jr. written by James Ayars and Rebecca Caudill1932-195381M1-3016Diaries and autograph booksundated81M1-3017Letters of sympathy1956 February-November, 1964 February 2, undated81M1-3018-19Rebecca Jean Ayars (Becky)Subseries iii.1939-1960, undatedClippings about Rebecca Jean Ayars (Becky)1939-1960, undated361Becky Jean Ayars Bakerundated81M1-3015James S. AyarsSubseries iv.1956-1964Rebecca Caudill Ayars and James S. Ayars1956-196481M1-3014James S. Ayarsundated81M1-2412MemorabiliaSubseries B.1913-1983CollegeSubseries i.1913, 1918-1923Veterropt (Wesleyan College yearbook)191981M1-257Veterropt (Wesleyan College yearbook)192081M1-258Memory book from Wesleyan1913, 1918-19231918-192381M1-259Commodore (Vanderbilt University yearbook)192281M1-2510Life in BrazilSubseries ii.1922-1969, undatedO Que Revela Uma Assignatura192381M1-2511Colegio Bennett193781M1-2512Sports Program, USMS Southern Cross1924 January 381M1-2413Bennettcirca 196981M1-2514Guia Artistico do Rio de Janeiro192281M1-2515Rebecca Caudill's diary while in Brazilundated81M1-2516Bem-Te-Vi193081M1-2517Wedding to James Sterling AyarsSubseries iii.1931, undatedWedding invitation and other wedding mementos1931 September 881M1-2518Cards accompanying wedding gifts and list of gifts1931, undated81M1-2519-20Wedding garments[1931]37AwardsSubseries iv.1954-1983Wesleyan College alumni awards clippings1954, undated382The Nancy Bloch Intercultural Library Award ceremony program1956 May 2381M1-303Memorial Award for Susan Cornish (plaque), The Nancy Bloch Intercultural Library1956 May 2381M1-3012Woman of Achievement Award, Altrusa Club of Champaign-Urbana1961 May 1381M1-304Key to the City (wooden key), Cumberland, Kentucky1963 October 1181M1-3013GeneralRebecca Caudill Day in Cumberland, Kentucky is October 11.Clara Ingram Judson Memorial Award (for A Certain Small Shepherd), Society of Midland Authors1966 April 1681M1-305Illinois Author of the Year Award, Illinois Association of Teachers of English1972 October 2781M1-335Outstanding Contribution to Children's Literature, Central Missouri State University1973 March 1081M1-306O'tucks Festival program1975 September 6-781M1-307Maharishi Award, Champaign Age of Enlightenment World Plan Center1978 March 203811Kentucky Media Award acceptance speech, Kentucky School Media Association1983 October 1481M1-308Kentucky Media Award (plaque), Kentucky School Media Association198381M1-3010O'Tucks Outstanding Kentuckian Award (plaque)198381M1-3011DiplomasSubseries iv.1916-1922Portland High School, Tennessee1916 May 193812Georgia Department of Education, Teacher's Certificate1920 May 313813Wesleyan College, B.A., Macon, Georgia1920 June3814Vanderbilt University, M.A., Nashville, Tennessee1922 June 143815HatsSubseries vi.1931, 1960Dark brown, going away hat of Rebecca Caudill Ayars1931 September 8451Tan with birdcage, hat worn and liked by Rebecca Caudill Ayars1960452Notebooks, diaries, and calendarsSubseries C.1918-1985, undatedAccount booksSubseries i.1936-1965Family expenses record books1936-194781M1-273-6Farm book accounts1943-196581M1-277CalendarsSubseries ii.1943-1985194381M1-278194681M1-279194881M1-2710195081M1-2711195181M1-2712195281M1-2713195381M1-2714195481M1-2715195581M1-2716195681M1-2717195781M1-2718195881M1-2719195981M1-2720196081M1-2721196181M1-2722196281M1-2723196381M1-281196481M1-282196581M1-283196681M1-284196781M1-285196881M1-286196981M1-287197081M1-288197181M1-289197281M1-2810197381M1-2811197481M1-2812197581M1-2813197681M1-2814197781M1-2815197881M1-2816197981M1-2817198081M1-2818198181M1-2819198281M1-2820198381M1-2821198481M1-2822198581M1-291Correspondence books and recordsSubseries iii.1944-1964, undatedAddress booksundated81M1-2621Greeting card records1944 and 196481M1-2622Christmas cards designed and sent by the Ayars1947-1950, undated81M1-292Wood blocks used to create Christmas cardsundated81M1-293Date booksSubseries iv.1931-1940Good Cheer Birthday Book193181M1-26231Dates To Be Remembered1931-194081M1-26232DiariesSubseries v.1933-1977Diaries1933 and 193981M1-261Journal pages, The House at 510 W. Iowa197781M1-262Guest booksSubseries vi.1931-1977, undated1956-196281M1-2711962-197581M1-2721931-1934, undated81M1-262411937-197781M1-26242NotebooksSubseries vii.1918-1978, undatedCollege Zoology and Botany notebook1918-192081M1-267Daily writings and notes1941-195981M1-266Notebooks1939-197881M1-263Notebooksundated81M1-264-5GeneralIncludes Bedtime for Becky, Stars, stories for Jimmy, other short stories, and general notes.Travel logsSubseries viii.1949-1979The Log of the Bonnie Blue, Volume I1949 April 16-1951 October 1881M1-268The Log of the Bonnie Blue, Volume II1951 November 1-1953 July 1881M1-269The Log of the Bonnie Blue, Volume III1953 July 19-1954 January 281M1-2610Bound for California1954 September 1181M1-2611The Log of Tan Tommy1954 January 2-1956 April 581M1-2612The Log of Susan, Book I1956 April 6-1957 December 3181M1-2613The Log of Susan, Book II1958 January 1-1959 August 2681M1-2614The Log of Susan Book III1959 September 20-1961 June 981M1-2615The Log of Chico, I1961 June 9-1965 June 781M1-2616The Log of Chico, II1965 July 6-1968 September 2081M1-2617The Log of Contrary, I1968 September 20-1969 April 2581M1-2618The Log of Contrary, II1971 March 29-1974 September 1881M1-2619The Log of the Folly1974 September 26-1979 November 1781M1-2620Rebecca Caudill Public Library, Cumberland, KentuckySubseries D.1965-1981, undatedDedication and open house program1973 October 2181M1-294Rebecca Caudill's speech, drafts, and typescripts1973 October 19-2181M1-295Mary Rogers, The Rebecca Caudill Public Library, The Calendar197481M1-296Clippings1965-1981, undated81M1-297-8Scrapbook1973-197581M1-333Rebecca Caudill Players, Cumberland, KentuckySubseries E.1978, undatedCorrespondenceundated81M1-299Program, bookmark, engraved invitations, posters, and guest book1978 May 2081M1-2910Clippings1978, undated81M1-2911FilesSubseries F.1928-1985, undatedWorkshops, bookfairs, and conferences1945-196281M1-2912-14Workshops, bookfairs, and conferences1963-1979, undated81M1-2915-18Boone Companions1958-195981M1-2919Children's Reading Roundtable1969-198581M1-2920Friends Committee on National Legislation1943-196581M1-2921Peace activities1928-197981M1-2922Background materials for writing1936-196781M1-2923Clippings related to children's literature1932-1984, undated81M1-301-2Growing up with Jimmy and Becky, personal clippings1940-195981M1-309Growing up with Jimmy and Becky, newspaper clippings1940-195981M1-342William Creech, Sr. of Pine Mountain poster19153816ScrapbooksSubseries G.1934-1975GeneralThe Rebecca Caudill scrapbooks primarily comprises of newspapers, photographs, correspondence, and writings that document Rebecca Caudill Ayars' personal, work, and family activities. Also includes newspapers, photographs, correspondence, and writings related to James Ayars, Rebecca's husband. There are also newspapers, commencement speehces and programs, newsletters and nametags that relate to Wesleyan University, (1940-1958). Also includes notes, speeches, newsletters, brochures, and correspondence that document her times spent with book fairs, particularly the Arkansas Book Fair (1963 October). There are also documents, newspapers, photographs, and correspondence related to Rebecca Caudill Ayars' family (1934-1959). Also includes correspondence, newsletters, bills, report cards, and commencement programs related to Jimmy Andover and his attendence at the Phillips Academy (1947-1950). Also includes holiday cards, newspapers, school information, and brochures related to Rebecca Jean Ayars, her daughter (1938-1956).Rebecca Caudill Ayars, family and activities1934-195981M1-311Rebecca Caudill Ayars, activties1937-196481M1-312Jimmy1940-194781M1-313Rebecca Caudill Ayars, activites1940-195881M1-314Rebecca Caudill Ayars, personal activities1941-195281M1-315Jimmy Andover1947-195081M1-321Rebecca Caudill Ayars, activities1956-196181M1-322Rebecca Caudill Ayars, personal activities1961-197281M1-323Arkansas book fair1963 October81M1-324The Life and Times of Rebecca Caudill1965-197381M1-325James Ayars and Rebecca Caudill Ayars, activities1966-197481M1-331The World of Rebecca Caudill1972-197581M1-332James Ayars (Jimmy), scrapbook pages1954-1956351Rebecca Jean Ayars, school and personal activities1938-1956, undated352-4PostcardsSeries H.1931, undatedPostcards sent to Rebecca CaudillSubseries i.1931 Postcard, Cluny Museum, Paris, France193141560GeneralAll of these postcards were sent in c. 1931 by the illustrator for the "Torchbearer," Boris ArtzubasheffPostcard, The New Bridge, Paris, France193141561Postcard, The Summer Alley, Versailles, France193141562Postcard, A Street Artist, Paris, France193141563Postcard, Les Tuilleries at the Rue de Rivoli, Paris, France193141564Postcard, Place de la Concorde, Paris, France193141565Postcard, The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France193141566Postcard, La Place de la Colonne Vendame, Paris, France193141567Postcard, Le Seine prise de Notre-Dame, Paris, France193141568Postcard, Notre-Dame, Paris, France193141569Postcard, Notre-Dame, Paris, France193141570Postcards collected by Rebecca CaudillSubseries ii.undatedPostcard, The Interior of Mark McGohon Cabin, Fort Harrod, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundatedoriginal folder enclosed in envelope 57141571Postcard, Interior of the Fort and the Old Spring, Fort Harrod, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41572Stockade and gate of Fort Harrod, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41573First School of the Wilderness, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41574-575Interior of Ann McGinty Blockhouse, Harrodburg, Kentuckyundated41576McGinty Blockhouse, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41577George Rogers Clark Blockhouse, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41578Interior of George Rogers Clark Blockhouse, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41579James Harrod Blockhouse, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41580Hindman Settlement School, Hindman, Kentuckyundated41581Library at Hindman Settlement School, Hindman, Kentuckyundated41582A ledge along the Kentucky River, Kentuckyundated41583New River Canyon, Grandview, West Virginiaundated41584Shakertown Inn, Shakertown, Kentuckyundated41585A ledge along the Kentucky River and a railroad track, Kentuckyundated41586Boonesboro Bridge, Richmond, Kentuckyundated41587Daniel Boone Tablet, Boonesboro, Kentuckyundated41588Baptist Church, Harlan, Kentuckyundated41589Christian Church, Harlan, Kentuckyundated41590Parking space on top of Pinnacle Mountain, Cumberland Gap, Virginia and Kentuckyundated41591Harlan Fuel Company's tipple, conveyor and headhouseundated41592Daniel Boone's Monument, Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41593Harlan County Courthouse, Harlan, Kentuckyundated41594Presbyterian Church and Manse, Harlan, Kentuckyundated41595Lincoln Marriage Temple, Pioneer State Park, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41596George Rogers Clark Monument, Harrodsburg, Kentuckyundated41597Clays Ferry Bridge over the Kentucky River between Lexington and Richmond, Kentuckyundated41598Boonesboro Bridge, Kentuckyundated41599Quiet Watersundated41600Dixie Highway, from the top of Big Hill, Madison County, Kentuckyundated41601The Gap in the Cumberland Mountains, Tennesseeundated41602Pinnacle Mountain, Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41603Cumberland Falls near Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentuckyundated41604Skyland Road near Middlesboro, Kentucky and Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41605Shartlesville Hotel, Shartlesville, Pennsylvaniaundated41606Kentucky Utilities Electrical Plant on the Cumberland River, Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41607General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeOne-mile Tunnelundated41608General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeCumberland Riverundated41609General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopePainting of Army of Gen. Geo. Morgan evacuating Cumberland Gap, Tennessee1863 September 1741610General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeChimney Rock, North Carolinaundated41611General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeCumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41612General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeLincoln Memoial, University Harrogate, Tennesseeundated41613General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeEast side of Pinnacle Mountain and Cumberland Avenue, Middlesboro, Kentuckyundated41614General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeCumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41615General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeDaniel Boone's Monument, Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41616General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopePanorama - Pinnacle Mountain, Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41617General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeSkyland Road to Pinnacle near Middlesboro, Kentuckyundated41618General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeScene in Soldiers Cave, Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41619General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeA Kentucky coal mine near Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41620General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeTennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky Cornerstoneundated41621General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeCumberland Falls, near CumberlandGap, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginiaundated41622General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeSeven Sisters on Cumberland Riverundated41623General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeFern Lake near Cumberland Gap, Tennesseeundated41624General607-624 from one photo album, all contained in one envelopeAudiovisual materialsSeries VII.1953-1984, undatedScope and ContentsComprises reel-to-reel audio and audiocassettes of interviews, speeches, and readings of Caudill's books. Also includes a 16mm black and white film of Becky Jean Ayars running in the street and on a track with male running partners.AudiocassettesSubseries A.1969-1984, undatedCRRT award dinner for the Ayars1969581Rebecca Caudill address for dedication of Rebecca Caudill Public Library1973 October 21582-3Side 1: A Certain Small Shepherd, narrated by Nancy Polette, side 2: Contrary Jenkins, narrated by Keith Polette1974 Summer584Side 1: WK20 interview with James and Rebecca Ayars, side 2: Rebecca Caudill's birthday1978 Summer585-6Side 1: A Pocketful of Cricket Song, Michael Bacon, side 2: Caudill's Birthday with school children, Urbana, Illinois19791980587Side 1: Andelia Evans, Honor Murphy, Winnie Potluck at Home of Chuck and Joanna Kelly (in honor of the Ayars), side 2: Quaker's Christmas Carols1981 July1984 Christmas588From Jamie Ciocco (who played Jay in his father's film A Pocketful of Cricket)1981 Fall589Untitled1982 December 1958104th grade, Thomas Paine school, Urbana, Illinois1982 December 215811Mr. and Mrs. Ayars frm Mr. and Mrs. John Saathoff (a travel log and letters)19835812Mrs. Hope/Hatch to Rebecca Caudill Ayars1983 February 85813Appalachian Dulcimer played by Susanne Peterson and Marcia Burklow1983 August 6-75814KLA banquet and acceptance speech, Rebecca Caudill, Louisville, Kentucky1983 October 145815A Certain Small Shepherd, adapted in song by members of the Lewis and Clark Elementary School, New York1983 December5816-19615Letter to Rebecca Caudill from R. Beach1984 April 25820Thomas Paine School, Urbana, Illinoisundated5821A Certain Small Shepherdundated5822-24Side 1:1st grade Washington School, Side 2: Grade 3-5, Washington Schoolundated5825Mrs. Gabrow 4th gradeundated5826From Catherine McCready (genealogical information)undated5827Side 1: scenes on tape, The Best Loved Doll, by Rebecca Caudill, Side 2: get well, Aunt Becky tape!undated5828Did you Carry the Flag Today?undated5829Reel-to-reel audio and 16mm filmSubseries B.1953-1971, undatedProgram at Saginaw Schools and Potter Schools, Up and Down the River1953 April 16541Getting to Know You, an interview with Mrs. James Ayars, Dwane Johnson, interviewer1959 May542Interview with Mrs. James Ayars and John Cramer1962543Tome Cole stories1963 June 23544Mrs. Delia Creech, Pine Mountain, Kentucky, Burton Rogers on organ1964 October 27-29545Rebecca Caudill reading A Certain Small Shepherd1965 December 7546-7Rebecca Caudill interviewing Edna Patterson, Pine Mountain, Kentucky1967548Children's Reading Round Table award dinner, Chicago, Illinois1969 May 8549Interview with Rebecca Caudill at Holt, Ann Durall interviewer1969 July 295410Interview with Simon Hale, Waynesburg, Kentucky, James Ayars, interviewer1969 October 285411Interview with Tom Gish19715412Interview with Harry Caudill19715413Rebecca Caudill talk for Mid-York library systemundated5414James Ayars talk for Mid-York Library systemundated5415Side 1: Harry Caudill, Whitesburg, Kentucky, side 2: Harry Caudill and Ann Caudill1965 July 181965 July 165416Becky Jean Ayars running, 16mm film5417PhotographsSeries VIII.1916-1985, undatedScope and ContentsComprises photographs of Rebecca Caudill and her family, her travels to Eastern Kentucky and Europe, and her visits to Appalachian elementary schools and book fairs. Arranged into 12 series by subject and format: Book fairs, lectures, and school visits, Books and research, Eastern Kentucky scenes, Family, Friends, Negatives, Pine Mountain Settlement School, Rebecca Caudill, Rebecca Caudill at Washington County School, Rebecca Caudill Public Library, Thomas Paine School, and Trip to Europe.Book fairs, lectures, and school visitsSubseries A.1951-1982Savoy School during Station WLS "School on the Air" broadcast of "Up and Down the River," Mrs. Dorothy Gard and Rebecca Caudill Ayars (left corner)1951 September47738Public Library, Saganaw, Michigan, Mary Ann Hughes and Malcolm Pitts (children), Rebecca Caudill Ayars1953 April 2846739Rebecca Caudill Ayars, International Student Weekend, Alberton Park1954 September55740Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Urbana Free Library with local authors: Ruth Painter Randall, Natalie Betting and Daniel Curley1958 March 1946741Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Markato, Minnesota, book fair1959 November42742-743Rebecca Caudill Ayars with Sister, Ruth Randall and Vicki Johnson at Miracle of Books, Chicago, Illinois1960 November46744Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Milwaukee Public Library, Milwaukee, Wisconsin1969 December 947745Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Book Fair1961 September 2346746Rebecca Caudill Ayars and James Ayars at a school with an exhibit of Rebecca'sundated42747-749Rebecca Caudill Ayars in Nashville, Tennessee, Book Fair1965 October47750Rebecca and James Ayars with Smith relatives at the Rebecca Caudill Public Library in Cumberland, Kentucky1967 October47751Rebecca at the Rebecca Caudill Public Lubrary, Cumberland, Kentucky, with Girl Scouts1967 October47752Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Paducah Public Library, Paducah, Kentucky1968 Winter47753Paducah Public Library, Paducah, Kentucky1968 March47754Brochure, Mid-York Library System Presents Rebecca and James Ayars at the Utica Public Library1969 November 1647755-756Generaltwo photos are placed inside the brochureRebecca Caudill Ayars with two young school girls at Eastern New Mexico University, New Mexico1970 May 2247757Rebecca and James Ayars, Fremont School, Cleveland, Ohio1971 April42758Rebecca and James Ayars, Some book fair or other197342759Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Ardelia Evans, Librarian of the Rebecca Caudill Public Library, Cumberland, Kentuckyundated47760Rebecca and James Ayars, Rebecca Caudill Public Library in Cumberland, Kentucky1975 April 1942761Rebecca and James Ayars, CRRT Conference, Evanston, Illinois197742762-763Rebecca and James Ayars autographing books, Sunnycrest Book Emporium1977 Fall42764Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Abingdon, Virginia1978 April 5-742765-767Display by a student: Evelyn Thuiman1979 Spring42768Rebecca and James Ayars, Leal Library1979 November 2842769Rebecca and James Ayars with Allison Shand1979 November 2842770Our class with Rebecca and James Ayars1979 November 2842771Rebecca and James Ayars, Leal Library1979 November 2842772Evelyn Thurman1982 April 1742773Rebecca Caudill Ayars lecturingundated47774Rebecca Caudill Ayars playing a dulcimerundated42775Rebecca Caudill Ayars at a lectureundated42776Rebecca Caudill Ayars, seatedundated42777Rebecca and James Ayarsundated42778-779A wall displayundated42780-782A poster, Happy Birthday Uncle Jamesundated42783Rebecca and James Ayras, Thomas Paine School, Urbana, Illinois, birthday partyundated42784-785Rebecca Caudill Ayars with two friendsundated47786Rebecca Caudill Ayars with a dulcimerundated47787Generalalso pictured: Rebecca Caudill Ayars' DaughterDisplay with two dolls around a book of James Ayarsundated46788Photos of Rebecca and James Ayars are in a folderundated47789GeneralNotes from Gladys and Ed: "To Becky and James in memory of all you mean to me and to the Dvorak children, as well as CRRT. Lovingly"Rebecca and James Ayars standing with two others at a display of Rebecca's workundated42790-791Wall displayundated55792Contact sheet of four proofs of Rebecca Caudill Ayars with four other people in a libraryundated47793-794Books and researchSubseries B.1965-1980, undatedA Pocketful of CricketSubseries i.1980Jamie Ciocco, model for Jay in Caudill's book A Pocketful of Cricket (two copies)198043640Jamie Ciocco198042641-647Jamie Ciocco and Rebecca Caudill198042648Matthew James Dorfman reading A Pocketful of Cricket1980 August42649Matthew Dorfman reading A Pocketful of Cricket1980 August42650Photographs by Edward WallowitchSubseries ii.1965, undatedAt the foot of Hurricane Gap is a house once owned by George Caudill, across Pine Mountain from Cumberland, KY. In the photo are: Old Man Cornett, Rebecca Caudill Ayars (doing an interview) and James Ayars (recording the interview)undated55797Generalletter from Edward Wallowitch located in folder 797Life can be beautiful, boy wearing water wingsundated47798GeneralPhotos 798-802 are from Rebecca Caudill's book, "My Appalachia"Vista, boy hiding behind a tree stumpundated46799GeneralPhotos 798-802 are from Rebecca Caudill's book, "My Appalachia"Defiance, young boy with his arms foldedundated46800GeneralPhotos 798-802 are from Rebecca Caudill's book, "My Appalachia"The Long Road Home, old man walking with a cane on a country roadundated46801GeneralPhotos 798-802 are from Rebecca Caudill's book, "My Appalachia"Storm, two young boys leaning against a treeundated46802GeneralPhotos 798-802 are from Rebecca Caudill's book, "My Appalachia"Mrs. Creechundated47803Wilson Evans' mother with Rebecca and James Ayarsundated47804Wilson Evans' motherundated47805-807Delia (Mrs. Creech)undated47808Rebecca and James Ayars with Wilson Evans' motherundated47809Delia Creech and her grandsonundated47810Wilson Evans' motherundated47811Rebecca Caudill Ayars and daughter of Becky's uncle Wood Smith, a brother of Susan Smith Caudill, Becky's mother196547812Rebecca and James Ayars196547813ChildrenSubseries iii.undatedA young girl's photo attached to a badge with a quote on the back from Happy Little Family pp. 30-31undated39005A young girl's photo attached to a badge with a quote from Up and Down the River p.86undated39006A young boy (the model for Charley in Did You Carry The Flag, Today, Charley?)undated39001-004Eastern Kentucky scenesSubseries C.1968, undatedRevenuers raiding a stillundated43638Disposing of a still, Jenkins, Kentuckyundated43639Dawn in the mountains of Kentucky - Four youngsters, one on a mule, outside a barnundated47736A young boy standing in a barnyard with a hogundated47737FamilySubseries D.1918-1982, undatedThe Ayars and their childrenSubseries i.1941-1960, undatedRebecca Caudill Ayars on her 60th birthday with Rebecca Jean Ayars1959 February 2042664James S. Ayars, Jr. and Rebecca Jean Ayarsundated46665Rebecca Jean Ayars and Rebecca Caudill Ayars, examining a proof of Little Happy Familyundated43666James Ayars, Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Rebecca Jean Ayars and two othersundated43667Rebecca Caudill Ayars with son, James Sterling Ayars, and daughter Rebecca Jean Ayars194143668Rebecca Caudill Ayars and granddaughter, Ami Elizabeth Baker196043669Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Rebecca Jean Ayarsundated43670Rebecca Caudill Ayars, James S. Ayars, Jr., and Rebecca Jean Ayarsundated43671Ayars' home in UrbanaSubseries ii.1975, undatedBecky's writing cornerundated43677An interior room1975 October43678An interior roomundated47679-680Top of the staircaseundated47681Kitchenundated47682Parlorundated47683Bedroomundated47684Parlorundated47685Music Roomundated47686Kitchenundated47687Bedroomundated47688-690Interiorundated47691Bedroomundated47692A dollundated41293James Ayars, Sr.Subseries iii.1918-1982, undatedSterling Ayarsundated42651James Ayars with Rosemary Wearing, Meadowbrook Park1982 July 3042652James Ayars1974 September42653James Ayars197742654James Ayars with friend196542655James Ayars194042656James Ayars with friendundated42657-659James Ayars planting a tree in honor of his birthdayundated42660James Ayars191846661James Ayarsundated43662James Sterling Ayars, early portraitundated43663James S. Ayars, Jr.Subseries iv.1950-1953, undatedJames S. Ayars, Jrundated39363James S. Ayars, Jr.undated43364James S. Ayars, Jr., taken at Harvard195043365-370James S. Ayars, Jr., Harvard, (portrait in a folder)195355371Rebecca Caudill's familySubseries v.1923-1977, undatedRebecca Caudill Ayars with Susan Petersenundated42699-702Alma Caudill Smith, Tillman Caudill, and Mae Caudill, Susanna Petersen1973 Summer42703Alma Caudill Smith197642704Susanna Petersen, Alma Smith, Jame Ayars, Rebecca Ayars and Don Petersen1977 Thanksgiving42705Becky Ann Davis, flower girl in wedding of James Ayars and Rebecca Caudill1931 September 842706Tillman Caudill and Rebecca Caudill Ayars1950 August42707Coppin Caudill Davis and Rebecca Caudill Ayars1969 July42708Elerbey Coppin Davis and Rebecca Caudill Ayars at Sturgis, South Dakota1953 Summer42709Old-time costumes, four people picturedundated42710Group picture of Rebecca Caudill Ayars' uncles and aunts1923 FallPictured (right to left): Dixon Caudill, Arab Caudill Hale, Lizzie C. Cook, George Caudill (father of Rebecca Caudill Ayars), Henry Caudill, Rachel C. Collins, Watson Caudill, Patton Caudill47711Portrait of the family of George Caudill (two copies and negatives)undatedPicutred (Top row, L to R): George Washington Caudill, Stella Caudill (later Sutton), Susan Smith Caudill; Lower row, L to R: Willie Caudill and Coppie Caudill47712Rebecca Jean AyarsSubseries vi.1938-1956Becky Jean Ayars (Baker) and baby Anne, The Best Loved Doll193842672Rebecca Jean Ayars and baby Anne193846673Betsy Jean Ayars and baby Anne, the first day of the first grade1941 September46674Rebecca Jean Ayars1941 September43675Rebecca Jean Ayars, home from the 1956 Olympics, in track uniform, hanging her shoes195643676Photo albumsSubseries vii.1942, undatedPhoto album, Rebecca Caudill's family and friends during teenage years, Portland, Tennesseeundated441015-245Photo albumundatedTree blossomundated442246Our old house in...undated442247Down the road from our old home, looking northundated442248View of the dump across the river from our houseundated442249View from the hill back of our houseundated442250The new street of Cumberland, leading east from Will Cornett's houseundated442251The hillside where we made our playhouse of stones, now a cemeteryundated442252Sister Amalie's graveundated442253Ella Creech who used to...for Fatherundated442254Uncle Hampton and Aunt Maggie Smith in the yardundated442255Aunt Becky Ann in front of her hotel in Harlanundated442256Uncle Hampton Smith and Aunt Becky Ann Blairundated442257Uncle Hampton and Aunt Maggie Smith with their two young daughtersundated442258Cousins: Lydia Smith Hogg, Maud Smith Shallard, Ethel Smith West, and Hazel Smith Wildeundated442259Cousins: Willie Grant Smith and...undated442260The son of Fred Blairundated442261Willie Grant with wife and two kidsundated442262Ethel Smith Westundated442263Ethel Smith West, Conway Smith, and Mrs. Conway Smithundated442264Mr. and Mrs. Conway Smithundated442265Cousin Maud Smith Shallard and Mr. Shallardundated442266Two young girlsundated442267Morris Eugene Wilde showing how to aim a pistolundated442268Morris Eugene Wilde and Ronald Wildeundated442269Lydia Smith Hogg, Maud Smith Shallard, Rebecca Caudill Ayars, and Hazel Smith Wildeundated442270Bobby Smith (Willie Grant's son) and Rebecca Caudillundated442271Maud Smith Shallard and...undated442272Aunt Becky Ann Blair in...undated442273Georgie...undated442274Georgie Blair and Elma Blairundated442275Loose pages from photo album194255007-014Photographs by Sister MuyrphySubseries viii.undatedRebecca and James Ayars, gathering in honor of Ardelia Evans' visit at Joanne and Chuck Kelly's house; Evans was librarian of Rebecca Caudill Ayars Library in Cumberland, Kentuckyundated40494Rebecca and James Ayras at the Kelly's homeundated40495-497James Ayars with friendundated40498Rebecca and James Ayars with Evansundated40499Rebecca and James Ayars with friendsundated40500-501Rebecca and James Ayarsundated40502-506Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated40507Rebecca Caudill Ayars with friendundated40508FriendsSubseries E.[1949?]-1984, undatedBarbara Armandundated43310Sarah Margaret Browundated43311Louise Lowryundated41312Elizabeth Winnundated41313Ruth Diggsundated41314Margaret T. Raymond, Chicagoundated43315Rebecca and James Ayarsundated41316James Ayars and Rebecca Caudillundated41317Rebecca and Janes Ayars at Tom Sawyer's fenceundated41318James and Rebecca Ayars at Round Falls, Missouri[1949 October?]39319Birthday party at Thomas Paine School - Kay Araboro's 4th grade classundated39320Rebecca and Janes Ayars (elderly)undated39321Rebecca and James Ayarsundated39322-326Rebecca and James Ayars1975 October 739327Rebecca and James Ayars in front of the fireplace in the home of forty-one yearsundated39328Rebecca and James Ayars1973 September39329Rebecca and James Ayars197539330Rebecca and James Ayars1977 April39331Rebecca and James Ayars1978 April 5-739332Rebecca and James Ayars1978 September39333Rebecca and James Ayars198039334-338James Ayars, Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Ruth Lord, Larry Board1956 May 941339Boone, North Carolina: Mary Rogers, Ruth Randall, Elizabth J.G. Vining, Rebecca Ayars and James Ayars1962 Summer39340Dr. Joseph T. Tykoemer in the Ayar's living room, Urbana, Illinois1967 Fall43291Mary Ann, James Ayars, Rebecca Ayars, Warrenburg, Missouri197339341Rebecca and James Ayars, Boone, North Carolina1965 July 939342Rebecca and James Ayars, Chicago, A.L.A.1972 Summer39343Rebecca and James Ayars on the road, researching Children of Appalachia1972 January39344Rebecca Ayars and friends1980s39345-347Rebecca and James Ayars, John and Kathryn van [Sirken?]1980s39348Jamie Ciocco, a young boy readingcirca 198039349Larry Boone, James Ayars and Betty Myers1978 September39350-351The Ayars with friendsundated39352Rebecca and James Ayars with children at Washington School, Urbana, Illinois1976 December39353Rebecca and James Ayars and Yumiko Taruiguchi from Tokyo, Japan1974 October 1439354Rebecca and James Ayars and Rachel Dettman from Australia1983 April 2539355-356Rebecca and James Ayars with Margaret Allen of Arlington, Virginia1983 July 1339357James and Rebecca Ayars at Tempe, Arizona1968 February 241358Rebecca and James Ayars1984 February 1843359-360Rebecca and James Ayars [2 copies]undated43361A photo of three men about to burn a bond [mortgage?]; see enclosed letterundated43290A contact sheet of twelve photos of James and of Rebecca Ayars, individuallyundated43362NegativesSubseries F.1956-1979, undatedHalftone printing block, Rebecca Caudill portraitundated443Men at outdoor truck195642814People seated at outdoor stadium195642815Landscape, mountain and clouds, Arizona196942816Mountain landscapecirca 1969-197042817Two elderly women and one elderly man in front of Slone Mountain197042818Two young girls holding hands outside197042819Building facade with med, England197242820Domestic decor197242821Mountain landscape197342922Landscape with cacti, Arizona197542824Piano197542825[Rebecca Caudill and James Ayars] in the desert197642826Dishes on a table197842827Winter landscapecirca 1978-197942828Man from behindundated42829Men in truck, with raised flagsundated42830Men and women standing on outside steps; mountaintop landscapeundated42831Rebecca Caudill outside in a small townundated42832Woman from behindundated42833Pine Mountain Settlement SchoolSubseries G.1964-1977, undatedJames and Rebecca Ayars, Pine Mountain Settlement School1977 April39276James and Rebecca Ayars and Burton and Mary Rogers, Pine Mountain Settlement School1977 April39277Burton and Mary Rogers, Pine Mountain Settlement School1977 April39278Pine Mountain Settlement School - a large stone buildingundated41279A dog at Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41280Two ladies, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41281A large house hidden in bushes, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41282The lawn in front of a large house, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41283A lady walking on a gravel road, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41284A large, frame building, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41285Two ladies and a 1940s vintage auto, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41286A young boy, Pine Mountain Settlement Schoolundated41287A bird and flowersundated39288Puppets: The Venables (Rob, Steffy, Cassie and Noel) in Knoxville, Tennessee1964 December 3039289Trip to Pine Mountain Settlement School, Kentucky (contact sheet)196847696Pine Mountain School, Rebecca Caudill Public Library (contact sheet)undated47697-698Rebecca CaudillSubseries H.1916-1985, undatedRebecca Caudill graduating from Sumner County High School, Portland, Tennessee191641372Rebecca Caudill - voted most intellectual and most capable by the senior class of Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia1920 Spring43373Rebecca Caudill192043374Rebecca Caudill in Brazil192239375Rebecca Caudill in Brazil192339376Masquerade Ball1924 January 346625-626Scope and ContentsBall held on board the U.S.M.S. Southern Cross as Rebecca Caudill sailed from Brazil back to New York, New York.Portrait of Rebecca Caudillcirca 1925-1930367A photo of several hundred young people at the First World Youth Peace Congress, Eerde, Overijsel, Holland1928 August 17-2643292Rebecca Caudill in her wedding gown at Scarrett Chapel, Scarrett College, Nashville, Tennessee1931 September 8366Rebecca Caudill Ayars194355377Rebecca Caudill Ayars with Mrs. B. H. Wolfe and Miss Jennie V. Larlina, at the Grange Hall School attended by Rebeccaundated39378Rebecca Caudill Ayars with a Winston royalty check1951 March39379Rebecca Caudill Ayars with Wheat for India brochure en route to Washington, D.C.undated39380Rebecca Caudill Ayars leaving for Washington, D.C., (from Urbana)1951 May 2739381Rebecca Caudill Ayars in front of Seavitt Chapel1951 September39382Rebecca Caudill Ayars displaying Winston royalty check1952 March39383Rebecca Caudill Ayars1953 June 2643384-387Mom (Rebecca)1953 January39388Mom making [?] tax returns1953 January39389Rebecca Caudill Ayars, in either Northern Illinois or Southern Wisconsin1953 May 2339390Rebecca Caudill (on left) with two friendsundated43391Tami Wei, Mike Wei, one month old, with Rebecca Ayars1957 March 139392Rebecca Caudill Ayars - St. Petersburg and Tarpon Springs, Florida1958 February 239393Vail Jones Weems, Rebecca Caudill (in center) and Anne Baker Armand, Alumnae Awards, Wesleyan Commencement1958 May 3139394Rebecca Caudill Ayars with Becky Anne Chapin and Betty Beth Patton1958 July 2039395Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Tippy Lang, alias Higgins, a dog1959 December39396-397Rebecca Caudill Ayars at the West Tenneesee Association of Library Assistants, University of Tennessee, Martin, Tennessee1960 March 2341398Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Betsy Baker1960 April 2139399Rebecca Caudill Ayars and James Squash1960 September 2539400Hillman Barber, Evelyn Collins Hawkins, Rebecca Caudill Ayars (in center), Clara Caudill Ayars and Will Colley, at Sumner County High School Banquet1961 April 139401Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Ruth Randall1961 April 2741402Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Ruth Randall and Vickie Johnson1961 April 2741403Rebecca Caudill Ayars on Mother's Day1961 May 1439404Rebecca Caudill Ayars196139405Rebecca Caudill Ayars and a turkey, Thanksgiving Day1951 November39406Rebecca Caudill Ayars at Station WCIS, Springfield1961 December 2939407Rebecca Caudill Ayars1963 October 1440408-414Rebecca Caudill Ayars1963 October 1443415Rebecca Caudill Ayars in front of Old Log Pine Mountain Settlement School, log cabin first in New Hollow, now called Pine Mountain, built by great uncle Adrian Metcalfe, photo by Dean [Cadle?]1963 October40416James and Rebecca Ayars1964 February40417Rebecca Caudill Ayars1964 December40418Rebecca Caudill Ayars [3 copies]undated40419Rebecca Caudill Ayars1965 February 240420Rebecca Caudill Ayars and four friendsundated40421Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Rachel Weller1965 Spring40422Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Nurse Winona Southoff1967 Winter40423Rebecca Caudill Ayars (left) and Virginia Haviland, at the Library of Congress1968 June40424Rebecca Caudill Ayars1969 April40425Rebecca Caudill Ayars1969 September40426Rebecca Caudill Ayars at Chicago A.L.S. meeting1972 Summer40427Rebecca Caudill Ayars at Mercy Hospital1973 October 2141428Rebecca Caudill Ayars at Ellis Patton's house in Indianapolis1974 September40429Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Evelyn Thurmond, Urbana, Illinois1975 October 740430Rebecca Caudill Ayars1976 Spring40431Cottonwood trees, I-19 north of Tucson, Arizona197640493Rebecca Caudill Ayars, taken at McNabb, Illinois1979 August 540432Rebecca Caudill Ayars, taken at McNabb, Illinois, at the Illinois Yearly Meeting197940433Rebecca Caudill Ayars in James' Meadowlark Garden1982 June 3040434Rebecca Caudill Ayars1984 February40435Rebecca Caudill Ayars (2 copies)1984 February 1843436Rebecca Caudill Ayars with a dulcimer1984 February 1843437Rebecca Caudill Ayars at her retirement home198440438Party for Rebecca Caudill Ayars at her retirement home198440486-487Rebecca Caudill Ayars1984 March 1740439A display with photos of Rebecca Caudill Ayars1985 April40488-489Rebecca Caudill in Brazil, Collegio Bennett in Rio de Janiero, where Rebecca taught English, as a young woman to the children of nineteen nationalitiesundated40490-492Left to right, top to bottom: Florence Trimble Jones, Ruth Benton Persons, Rebecca Caudill Ayars, Agnes Clarke, Elsa Logan, Aurelia Hightower, Mary Nelson, Lelia Julia Hightower, Ruth Flinn Harrell and Helen Cox Ingraham; to Becky, with lasting love, admiration, and happy, happy memories, from Elsaundated40441Rebecca Caudill Ayars, author of My Appalachia, published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.undated41451Rebecca Caudill Ayars and Kay Graboro's Fourth Grade Class at Thomas Paine School, planting a tree for James Ayars' birthdayundated40443Rebecca Caudill Ayars with the dog Higgins (four copies)undated40444Rebecca Caudill Ayars and dog Higgins [two copies]undated41452Rebecca Caudill Ayars with a photo of a drawing [two copies]undated41453Rebecca Caudill Ayars and neighbors' dog Tippy who was Higgins in the book Higgins and the Great Big Scare (two copies)undated43461Rebecca Caudill Ayars and James Still, writer from Knott County, Kentuckyundated43464Rebecca Caudill Ayars - four photos on one sheet, in a bookstore autographing her book, A Certain Small Shepherd, Marjorie Strongundated43466Rebecca Caudill Ayars on horseback at Eberty Davis' Farm, Sturgis, Kentucky194043468Rdebecca Caudill Ayars, portrait in folderundated55470-471Rebecca Caudill Ayars (elderly)undated40445Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated40440Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated40442Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated40446-448Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated41449-450Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated41454-455Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated43456Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated41457 Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated43458-459Rebecca Caudill Ayars and four admirersundated43460Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated43462Rebecca Caudill Ayars (four copies)undated43463Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated43465Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated43467Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated43469Rebecca Caudill at Washington County SchoolSubseries I.1978Stephen Krensky at Washington County School1978 April40472Rebecca Caudill Ayars autographing books in Washington County, Virginia1978 April40473Washington County School1978 April40474-475Stephen Krensky, at Washington County School, Virginia1978 April40476Rebecca Caudill Ayars autographing a book in Washington County School1978 April40477James Ayars autographing a book in Washington County1978 April40478-479Stephen Krensky, Washington County School1978 April40480-484Rebecca and James Ayars and Stephen Krensky, visiting the Washington County School1978 April40485Rebecca Caudill Public LibrarySubseries J.1967-1979, undatedGround-breaking for the Library1972 October 2840511The Rebecca Caudill Public Library, Cumberland, Kentucky1974 Christmas40509-510Evans speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony, Rebecca Caudill Public Library1972 October 2840512Tin-type of a man and womanundated40513Public Library Day1975 April 1940514-538Rebecca Caudill Public Library Dedication1973 October 2142539-559Rebecca Caudill Library student visitationundated42627Students in the Rebecca Caudill Libraryundated42628Homemaker's Workshop, Rebecca Caudill Libraryundated42629Children's Corner, Rebecca Caudill Libraryundated42630Rebecca Caudill Library1974 Christmas42631-632Mrs. Ardelia Evans, Librarian, and Clara Bullock, Rebecca Caudill Public Library1979 January 3142633A sign; Kingdom Come State Park1979 January 3142634A collage of three photos of children in the library1979 January 3146635-637Reception1967 October42694Rebecca Caudill Ayars and the Librarianundated42695Thomas Paine School, Urbana, IllinoisSubseries K.circa 1978-1979, undatedMary Henesyundated39294Tammy Countsundated39295Anne Markoffundated39296Susan Johnson, age 11undated39297Dawn Neff, Coloradoundated39298Vicki Shaw, grade 3, age 8197839299Ellen Marie Kinville, 4th grade, age 10197839300Frances Curtis, Box 491, Illinois, 61853197839301Gina Richundated39302Andreaundated39303A group of girls in playundated39304A class of girls, Your friends at Thomas Paineundated39305A class of youngsters For Aunt Becky and Uncle James, Mrs. Graham's class197939306Five youngsters in the snow, standing around a tree1979 February 239307Paul, Eddie, Michelle, Katie and Angie, the tree-measuring committee1979 February 239308Twenty-three photos on a single sheet, For James Ayars and Rebecca Caudill Ayars, from your class, Thomas Paine School, Mr. Sturgeon, Principal, Mrs. Grabow, Grade 4, 1977-1978circa 197843309Trip to EuropeSubseries L.1929Girl delivering milk and minding a baby, Swedenundated47713The home of Anders Zorn, Dalarne Mora, Swedenundated47714Postcard, winter scene in Gothenburg, Swedenundated46715Postcard, flower-enriched cottage in Gothenburg, Swedenundated46716Photographer at a war memorial in Paris with soldiers looking at a flower-decked coffinundated47717The Cathedral of Cologne,, Cologne, Germany, taken from the opposite bank of the Rhine Riverundated47718Pedestrian bridge in a park in winterundated46719Trees by a riverundated46720A Russian exhibit at the International Press Exhibition in Cologne, Germanyundated47721A manundated47722A house by the sea with mountains in the backgroundundated47723Postcard, painting of fishing boats in a Paris Gallery, printed in Italyundated46724Postcard, a photo of a painting of trees by a riverundated46725Postcard, aerial view of St. John's, Newfoundlandundated46726River and trees alongsideundated46727Buoy in a riverundated46728Country laneundated46729Curved roadundated46730Riverundated46731Drawing of a cathedralundated46732Postcard, fishing fleet off St. John's, New foundlandundated46733Postcard, fish flakes, Newfoundlandundated46734Postcard, dog's head, Newfoundlandundated46735SlidesSeries IX.1943-1984, undatedScope and ContentsComprises slides of Rebecca Caudill and her family and their travels throughout Kentucky and the United States. Arranged in chronological subseries, with a subseries at the end for trips and vacations.Subseries A.1960sPine Mountain, Kentucky1961 October 29-31511963-1968Sterling Ford Place1962481-8Pine Mountain, Kentucky1962 April 25511969-1983Little Shepherd Trail, Pine Mountain, Kentucky1963 May511984Pine Mountain, Kentucky1963 October 13522173-2174Pine Mountain, Kentucky1963 October 13-17511985-1994Pine Mountain, Kentucky1963 October522168-2172Ayars yard1964 Spring522175-2176Ridgecrest, North Carolina1964 June522177-2180Kentucky1964 July 4522181-2185Little School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky1964 July 31522186-2194Pine Mountain, Kentucky1964 October489-54Pine Mountain, Kentucky1964 October511995-1997Pine Mountain, Kentucky, photographs taken while doing research for My Appalachia1965532802-2832Pictures of Rebecca Caudill by Dean Cadle, Cumberland, Kentucky1965 March563028-3039Trip to Oregon1965 June4855-78Ayars backyard1965 May4879-82Kentucky1965 July4883-90North Carolina1965 July4891-97Pine Mountain, Kentucky1965 July4898-106Sturgis, Kentucky1965 September48107-121Pine Mountain, Kentucky1965 October48122-129Fall196548130-134Christmas1965 December48135-142Naples and Beardstown1966 July48143-150Illinois River1966 July48151-158James Smith196648159-166Glorieta, New Mexico1967 August48171-182Ice storm196748183-190The Bakers196748191-200Pere Marquette, Michigan196748201-208Davis Farm196748209-213Starved Rock, Illinois1967 September48214-224Pine Mountain, Kentucky196748225-239Pine Mountain, Kentucky1967511998-1999522000-2003Betty and Stiles1968 February48240-247Margaret Ford1968 February48248-255Starved Rock, Illinois1968 April48256-258The pond1968 Summer48259-266, 289-295The farm, the Ayars196848267-274196848275-282Cape May, New Jersey1968 June-July48283-288Ice storm1969 January48296-303Arizona1969 January-March48338-464The priced cactus196948465-472Colorado Springs, Colorado1969 March522145-2150Sedona, Arizona1969 March 21522130-2144Family1969 April522151-2154Clinton, Iowa1969 April-May522155-2167Frankfort, Kentucky1969 August48473-48549486-491Paw Paw, Kentucky1969 September 849492-509Rebecca Ayars and Aunt Ruth Ford1969 September 49510Pine Mountain, Kentucky1969 October49511-518George and Simeon Hall1969 Fall49519-521The Ayars' Backyard1969 Fall49522Christmas1969 December49523-529Subseries B.1970sGreen Valley, Arizona1970 February-March49530-549Georgia1970 April49550-570North Carolina1970 April49571-574Rebecca Ayars and Rebecca Campbell1970 April49575-577Pine, Mountain, Kentucky1970 April49578-582The Rogers and The Weatherfords1970 April 2549583-590The Ayars Backyard1970 April49591-592Stone Mountain, Georgia1970 April 1249593-601Rebecca Ayars and The Powells1970 April 1349602-606Chapel Hill, North Carolina1970 April 2249607-612The Wearings and the Caudills at the Cappis Funeral1970 June49613-633Pine Mountain Hurricane, Kentucky1970 July-August49634-654The Ayars Home1970 Summer49655-659The Werry Family1970 August49660-669The Ayars Garden1970 September 449670-673Springfield, Illinois1970 September 549674-676River Trip, New Orleans, Louisiana1970 October49677-754Pine Mountain, Kentucky1970 November49755-765Big Pound Creek1970 November522004-2009Christmas1970 December49766-777Raton Pass, New Mexico1971 January 449778-784En Route to Arizona1971 January49785-787Green Valley, Tempe, Arizona1971 February49788-818Roadrunner1971 February49819-831Green Valley, Arizona1971 March49832-840The Bakers1971 April 349841-844Pine Mountain, Kentucky1971 April49845-850Speech to Inner City Children, Cleveland, Ohio1971 April49851-853Ayars Home1971 May49854-857The Fords1971 May49858-860The Coleers1971 May49861-862The Breeds1971 May49863-866The Wearings1971 June49867-868The Paltons1971 June49869-871At the Tri-State Airport1971 June49872-873Friends1971 June49874-895Ayars Garden1971 August49896-897The Caudills, Ayars, and Smiths1971 August49898-904The Ayars1971 August49905-910The Bakers1971 September 849911-917Ephraim, Wise1971 September49918-932Michigan1971 September49933-938The Prather Farm1971 October49939-955Pine Mountain, Kentucky1971 October49956-970Ayars Home1971 October49971-973The Baker Family Thanksgiving1971 November49974-977Tempe, Arizona1971 December 2649978-98650987-992Ayars and Friends1972 January50993-995The Ayars1972 January50996-997Arizona1972 February50998-1047Texas1972 Spring501048-1054Pine Mountain, Kentucky1972 April-May501055-1096Cumberland, Kentucky1972 April501097-1104Pine Mountain, Kentucky1972 April501105-11101972 June-July501111-1117England1972 September-October501118-12211972 December501222-1242Green Valley, Arizona1972 December - 1973 January501243-12851973 May501286-1307Betsy and Mary on Horses1973 Spring501308-1313Voyageurs at Peoria, Arizona1973 Summer501314-1357Rebecca Caudill Public Library Dedication1973 October 21501358-13951973 December501396-1414Illustrations from "Contrary Jenkins," Lindenwood College1974532833-2874Arizona1974 April501415-14361974 May501437-14561974 Summer and Fall501457-14771974 October501478-1496511497-1508Arizona1975 April511509-1552Des Moines, Iowa1975 April511553-1557Cumberland, Kentucky1975 April491558-15741975 Summer and Fall511575-1580511590-1615Hamilton, Ohio1975 September511616-16371975 Winter511638-1656Grand Canyon, Arizona1975 December511657-1675Betsy and Wards1976511678-16981976 January-March51699-1716Green Valley, Arizona1976 Spring511717-1760Miscellaneous1976 August511761-17691976-1977 Winter511793-18131977 May511814-18291977 September511830-18511977-1978 Winter511852-1872Coach Jim Niblack, Kentucky1977532800-2801Appalachia Caperton1978532875-28951978 March-April511873-1893Virginia1978 Spring511894-19151978 Summer511916-19361978-1979 Winter511937-1951511956-1962England, United Kingdom1979 July522010-2030Cumberland, Kentucky1979 October 26522052-2058Pine Mountain, Kentucky1979 October 27522059-2061The Wearings1979 December 29-30522062-20651979522031-20511979 Winter522066-2075Subseries C.1980s1980 Summer522076-20771980 Fall522078-2083Fall1980 November522084-2105Christmas1980532896-2903Becky in dressing gown and dress1980-1981532904-2914Life at Clark-Lindsay1981532915-2935Christmas1981532936-29494442950-2954Scenes at Clark - Lindsay19814442955-2975Uncle Jim's Birthday19814442976-2977Christmas1982 December522106-2129Becky and brother (Tillman Caudill)1983 August and September4442978-29931984 Summer511771-1792Subseries D.UndatedScenes from around Clark-Lindsay retirement home, (including photos of James S. Ayars and Rebecca Caudill Ayarsundated4442994-3009Life at Clark-Lindsay Village (retirement home)undated4443010-3027Loose slidesundated522195-2242Trips and vacationsSubseries E.1943-1967, undatedAssorted1957-1960522243-2254Pine Mountain personalities, Kentucky1961 November, undated522256-2259Dr. Weatherford for Horizons, black Mountain, North Carolina1958 October 5522260-2266Boone, North Carolina1957-1960522267-2279Blue Ridge Parkway1957-1958522280-2291Round Lake vacation, Illinois1952 October522292-2328Southern trip1957522327-2354BTrip to California1956 February522355-2360, 2370-2404Vacation, Cuba weeks, Boone, North Carolina1963 October522405-2411Boone, North Carolina, workshops1962 July522412-2420Workshop at Boone, North Carolina and Dr. Weatherford's1960 August522421-2431Trip to California1954 September522432-2459Little Shepherd Trail, Cumberland, Kentucky1961-1963522460-2473Poor Fork River, Kentucky1951-1967522474-2483532484-2489Ayars vacation in Boone, North Carolina1957 October532490-2512Vacation in Boone, North Carolina (selected)1957 October522513-2536Vacation at Cragsmoor, New York1956 October-November532537-2554Trip to Colorado Spring, Colorado1956 July532555-2571Boone, North Carolina scenes1954-1958532572-2610The mountain buildings1961-1963532361-2368Kentucky mountain scenes1951-1964532619-2648Trip to Kentucky mountains1954 October532649-2661Havana, Illinois and survey pictures1943-1955532662-2692Wesley Methodist Church1955-1960, undated532693-2736Sendoff to Geneva, Switzerland1962 March 29532737-2749Song Sparrow Meadow1961 October 7532750-2752Vacation at Round Lake, Michigan1959 October1960 July532753-2769Glorieta Baptist Assembly1956 July1959 August532770-2776Rose Hotel, Elizabethtown, Illinois1959 May 13532777-2790Kalamazoo Book Fair1961 March 16-17532791-279948167-169532611-2618Pine Mountain vacation, Kentucky1961 Fall4953349588501338501455501481-1483Vacation at Pine Mountain, Kentucky and Rebecca Caudill Day1963 October 11-18511581-1589511952Vacation at Pine Mountain, Kentucky1963 May501487-1489Pine Mountain, Kentucky vacation with Sterling T. Lords1962 April501485-1486Boone, North Carolina vacation1960 Fall532837511953-1955522369532512