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Mrs. Katherine Scott and Mr. Forest C. Wade interview

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Type: Sound recordings | MovingImage
Creator: Day, Clarence; Day, Elaine
Title: Mrs. Katherine Scott and Mr. Forest C. Wade interview
Date: 1967 Nov. 27
Description: In the interview Katherine Scott tells the haunted history of the home in which she lives. Forest C. Wade tells some family stories, jokes, and ghost stories related to Indian burial grounds. Katherine Scott lives in Milledgeville, Georgia. She is the caretaker of a woman and her property. She was a professor at the Woman's College for 43 years. Forest Wade is a lifelong resident of Forsyth County, Georgia. The recording ends half way through story number four. This is indicated on the transcript.

Local identification number: MSS 1003.08.04

Biographical information about Mrs. Katherine Scott and Mr. Forest C. Wade has not been determined.

Local identification number: ahc1003008004.mp3

Local identification number: reel-reel

Subjects: Ghost stories | Supernatural | Native Americans | Jokes | Alcoholic beverages | Franklin Gold Mine | Cox Mine | Georgia Historical Commission | Scott, Katherine | Wade, Forest C. | Pinion, Jasper | Bannister, Charlie | Green, Tim | Larson, Lewis | Tumlin, Henry | Forsyth County (Ga.) | Etowah Indian Mound State Historic Park (Ga.) | Bartow County (Ga.) | Etowah River (Ga.) | Milledgeville (Ga.) | Baldwin County (Ga.)
Contributors: Atlanta History Center
Online Publisher: Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center, 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta GA 30305, 2011
Original Material: Audio recording | John Burrison Georgia folklore oral history and music recordings, Atlanta History Center
Rights and Usage: This material is protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S Code) Permission ofr use must be cleared through The Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.
Persistent Link to Item: http://collections.atlantahistorycenter.com/u?/BUR,76

Related Institutions: Atlanta History Center
Collection Information: John Burrison Georgia Folklore Oral History and Music recordings