WCU - Craft Revival
Appalachian School, January 1924
Art Possibilities in Western North Carolina
WCU - Western Carolina...
Western Carolina University:...
Cullowhee State Normal School, Session 1925-1926: A Preliminary Announcement
Exposition of Mountain Arts & Crafts
John C. Campbell Folk School, no. 5 (April 1928)
John C. Campbell Folk School, no. 6 (November 1, 1928)
Premium List of the Brasstown Community Fair 1926
Quarterly Magazine of the Southern Industrial Educational Association
Spinning Wheel, Beaver Lake
Weave pattern: Chariot Wheel
Weave Pattern: Double Bow Knot
Weave pattern: Pine Burr
Weave pattern: Rattlesnake
Woodworker's tool chest: automotive tools
Woodworker's tool chest: farrier pinchers
Appalachian School, Department of Fireside Industries
Appalachian School Department of Fireside Industries
Clementine Douglas to Mrs. R. G. Douglas, 1923
History of weaving in the southern Appalachian mountains
John C. Campbell Folk School, no. 7 (May 1929)
John C. Campbell Folk School, no. 8 (November 1929)
WCU - Great Smoky...
Great Smoky Mountains - A Park...
Just the High Spots of Knoxville and East Tennessee
WCU - Picturing Appalachia
Mount Mitchell and views along Mt. Mitchell Motor Road
Spinning Wheel, Beaver Lake, Asheville
Text of a speech delivered by Col. Dillard on September 3, 1927 at the John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, N.C.
Weave pattern: Beautiful Waves
Weave pattern: Seven Stars