Claude Casey Collection

Series V: Writings

 

Box/Folder Contents
Periodicals and Magazines
22/19 Country Music Foundation Newsletters: Volumes I – IV, various issues (1981 – 1985)
22/20 Country Song Roundup. American Folk Publications Inc., various issues (1953 – 1957)
22/21 Cowboy Songs 1, no. 32 (March-April 1954)
22/22 Folk and Country Songs, two issues (November 1956 - March 1957)
22/23 Goldenseal 13, no. 1 (Spring 1987).
23/N.F.

The Journal of Country Music 7, no. 3 (December 1978).

Rumble, John W. “Country Music and the Rural South: Reminiscing with Whitey and Hogan.” The Journal of Country Music 10, no. 2 (1985): 41-53.

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“Casey at Bat.” Radio and Television Mirror 33, no. 2 (January 1950): 6.

Senseney, Dan. “What’s New from Coast to Coast.” Radio and Television Mirror 16, no. 2 (June 1941): 8-10.

“Songs for Success.” Radio and Television Mirror 28, no. 4 (September 1947): 66.

23/25 Gibson, Iris Hallman. “The Hillbilly Music Sound.” South Carolina Magazine 37, no. 2 (1973): 20-23.
23/26 “Music from the Heart: A Look at the Origins of Country Music from a Carolina Perspective.” Preview 42 (June 1989): 2-3. 4 copies.

 

C. Press Clippings

Box/Folder Article
24/27 Nowell, Paul. "Singers Still Harmonize After 50 Years." The Augusta Chronicle, June 30, 1988.
24/27 Hales, Deborah. "WFAE, WTVI to Simulcast Romantic Opera 'Lohengrin.'" The Charlotte Observer, March 21, 1986. Two copies.
24/27 Haight, Kathy. "'The Charlotte Country Music Story' at Spirit Square." N.P., October 26-27, 1985. Four copies.
24/27 "Tennessee Ramblers at Midway Theatre Monday and Tuesday." N.P., N.D. Six copies.
24/27 "WBT-1110 CBS Programs: Radio's Finest!" The Charlotte News, September 25, 1943.
24/27 "SC's Singing Cowboy Featured at Celebration." The Augusta Chronicle, October 20, 1985.
24/27 "Casey Having Big Time in Small Town." The Edgefield County Press, October 20, 1977. Three copies.
24/27 Shealy, Stan. "'I've Found What I Want...I'm Happy Here', Casey Says." The Greenville News-Piedmont, September 30, 1973. Three copies.
24/27 "WJES: "Your Voice of Community Service." The Edgefield County News, March 1, 1973. Two copies.
24/27 Advertisement for Claude Casey's "Two Little Girls with Golden Curls." The Billboard, March 9, 1946. Three copies.
24/27 McDonald, Bill. "Yodeling Launched His Career." The State, June 14, 1973. Three copies.
24/27 "Claude Casey to Appear in Movie." The Ridge Citizen, July 4, 1963. Three copies.
24/27 "Casey Will Entertain Troops in Puerto Rico." The Forest City (NC) Courier, January 24, 1957.
24/27 Advertisement: "Thousands See Claude Casey's National Tires Sold By Tire Town- Driven 25,460 Miles!" The Augusta Herald, December 21, 1960. Three copies.
24/27 Daniel, Billie Burton. Editorial: "The Story of the Original 1936 Briarhoppers." N.P., March 11, 1972.
24/27 "Claude Casey Here Sat. Night." Rock Hill Post, March 16, 1951.
24/27 "Featured in Film." N.P., N.D. Three copies.
24/27 "Personal Appearance." Photo with caption. The Augusta Chronicle, June 10, 1951.
24/27 Advertisement for the "Dixie Hayride." N.P., July, n.y. Two copies.
24/27 "WJES Growing in Power." N.P., N.D.
24/27 Advertisement for WJES on 1190 am.
24/28 Advertisement for the "Dixie Hayride" in York. N.P., July, n.y.
24/28 Haight, Kathy. "Getting Back to the Country." The Charlotte Observer, October 25, 1985. Three copies.
24/28 —. "It's Briarhopper Time Again During Country Music Series." The Charlotte Observer, N.D.
24/28 Wister, Emery. "A Hillbilly Reunion: ''Hit's Briarhopper Time.'"
24/28 "Cleveland Disc Jockey Got Start Here." Saluda Standard-Sentinel, August 21, 1980.
24/28 "Ex-Augusta Singer Hits Big Time: He Has Top Role in Mitchum Movie." The Augusta Chronicle-Herald, November 3, 1957.
24/28 Lanier, Al. "Top Folk Artists, 20,000 Fans Pay Tribute to Hank Williams." N.P., N.D.
24/28 Badders, Hurley E. "About TV and Radio: Tuning In." The Greenville News, August 15, 1954. Two copies.
24/28 "The Charlotte Country Music Story." Special Advertising Section, The Greenville News, October 21, 1985.
24/28 "Songs for Success." N.P., N.D.
24/28 "Briarhoppers Brought Back for Concerts." The Charlotte News, October 24, 1985. Incomplete article.
24/28 Powell, Lew. "Charlotte's Recording Years: Before Nashville, Country Musicians Found a Home Here." The Charlotte Observer, July 18, 1982. Photocopied.
24/28 Photocopied page including a 1929 photograph of Claude Casey; "Legion Restaurant Will Reopen Today" from Miami, FL, 1939; "Round & Square Dance! Luna Gardens"; "Rossers Radio Rambles." Three copies.
24/28 "Claude Casey and the Pine State Playboys: Pine State Honky Tonk." Bluegrass Unlimited, N.D. Two copies. Photocopied.
24/28 Hanchett, Tom. "Hotel Charlotte's Greatest Hits." The Charlotte Observer, February 9, 1988. Two copies, one photocopied.
24/28 Shipp, Cameron. "Expert Comes Here to Direct Making Phonograph Records." N.P., January 26, 1938. With annotations by Claude Casey. Photocopied. Three copies.
24/28 Various pages from The Mountain Broadcast and Prarie Recorder mentioning Claude Casey.
24/28 Advertisement for Claude Casey in "Major Bowes' Amateur Winners, Unit No. 10" with a receipt for $5.00. Two photocopied pages.
24/29 Boatwright, Priscilla. "Singing, Acting: Claude Casey's Done it All." Aiken Standard, July 4, 1986. Two copies.
24/29 "Country Music Celebration to Feature Claude Casey." The Citizen-News, September 19, 1985. Three copies.
24/29 Osteen, Jim. "Claude Casey, Household Word in 'Hillbilly Heydays' of '40s, '50s." Chronicle-Herald, December 24, 1972. Three copies.
24/29 Miller, Frances C. "Claude Casey- A Legend in His Own Time." The Citizen News, November 7, 1985. Three copies.
24/29 Claude Casey photo with caption. The Press and Banner and Abbeville Medium, January 24, 1952. Two copies.
24/29 Wister, Emery. "Show 'Nuf." The Charlotte News, August 11, 1949. Three copies.
24/29 Meet the Collectors. "Claude Casey - Historian: Radio Executive Contributes Collection to Country Music Foundation." The Big Reel, June 1984. Also has citation at bottom of article from The Citizen-News, March 10, 1983.
24/29 Two programs for the "Charlotte Country Music Story," mentioning Claude Casey.
24/29 Osteen, Jim. "Present Becomes Past in Statesboro Movie." The Augusta Chronicle, May 8, 1973.
24/29 RCA Victor advertisement from the February 1946 The Billboard. Claude Casey is mentioned. Two copies.
24/29 Osteen, Jim (probable). "Claude Casey in Limelight." The Edgefield County News, August 2, 1973. Three copies.
24/29 DePriest, Joe. "'Carolina Hobo' Settles After Years on the Road." The Shelby Star, February 23, 1988. Three copies.
24/29 Advertisement in the March 2, 1946 The Billboard featuring Claude Casey.
24/30 McAllister, Jim. "McAllister and His People." N.P., N.D.
24/30 Photo with caption from one of Claude Casey's movie appearances. N.P, N.D.
24/30 "Casey Donates to Country Music Foundation." Saluda Standard-Sentinel, March 10, 1983. Two copies.
24/30 "Claude Casey- Historian. Radio Executive Contributes Collection to Country Music Foundation." The Citizen-News, March 10, 1983. Three copies.
24/30 Thigpen, Ray. "SC People: The Carolina Hobo." The State Magazine, November 16, 1986. Three copies.
24/30 Wister, Emery. "Back Again: It's Foot-Stompin' Briarhopper Time." The Charlotte News, March 17, 1976. Three copies.
24/30 "Casey to Appear in Charlotte Country Music Event." Saluda Standard-Sentinel, October 3, 1985. Two photocopies.
24/30 Friar, Sandra R. "Casey to Attend Western Film Festival." The Citizen-News, July 1, 1982.
24/30 Photo of the Briarhoppers with caption. Life section. The Charlotte Leader, October 23, 1985. Three copies.
24/30 Robinson, Sue. "Charlotte Could Have Been Music City." Life & Leisure section. Greensboro News & Record, October 24, 1985.
24/30 DePriest, Joe. "Musicians Recreate Show." The Shelby Star, October 25, 1985.
24/30 Osteen, Jim. "Claude Casey, Household Word in 'Hillbilly Heydays' of '40s, '50s." The Ridge Citizen, February 15, 1973. Reprint from the Augusta Chronicle-Herald. Three copies.
24/31 WBTattler 1, no. 1 (1943).
24/31 WBTattler 1, no. 8 (1943).
24/31 WBTattler 1, no. 10 (1943).
24/31 WBTattler 2, no. 6 (1944).
24/31 WBTips 2, no. 7 (1948). Two copies.
24/31 WBTips 2, no. 9 (1948). Two copies.
24/31 WBTips 3, no. 10 (1949). Three copies.
24/31 Motion Picture Daily 83, no. 64. Two copies.
24/31 Casey, Claude. "Casey's Hit Picks." W-GUS Gazette. October 1962.
24/31 Casey, Claude. "Casey's Hit Picks." W-GUS Gazette. November 1962. Two copies.
24/31 Motion Picture Daily 81, no. 26. Two copies.
24/31 "Nashville: No Hillbilly Heaven." Bluegrass Unlimited. N.Y.
24/31 "Carolina Hayride." N.P., N.Y.
24/31 Harrison, Tom. "Country Star Says Today's Film Scenes 'Sure Are Different.'" Augusta Chronicle-Herald, August 25, 1974.
24/31 Conway, Bob. "'Whippoorwill' Will Have a Strong Southern Accent." N.P., N.Y.
24/31 Harris, Bunny. "Film Makers Find Copying Moonshiners Hard." N.P., N.Y.
24/31 The Mountain Broadcast and Prarie Recorder 2, no. 5 (1941).
24/31 The Mountain Broadcast and Prarie Recorder 3, no. 4 (1943).
24/31 Song Exchange News 5, no. 2 (1942).
24/31 Harris, Sally. "Family, Friends, Fans to Honor Fries Musician." The Gazette, August 27, 1980.
24/31 "Pioneers in Country Music Honored in Fries Ceremony." The Declaration, September 4, 1980.
24/31 Harris, Sally. "Several Area Musicians Attend Event Honoring Henry Whitter." The Gazette, September 3, 1980.
24/31 Fries Textile News 3, no. 11 (1980).
24/31 Photocopied sheet with two Pine State Playboys mentions.
24/31 Lippert Productions Screen Guild News 2, no. 1 (1949).
24/31 "Square Dance Jubilee." Motion Picture Herald, November 19, 1949.
24/31 Thomas, Barbara. "Would Be Story Could Have Been: Bared Breasts Bespeak 'Billie.'" The Atlanta Journal, June 18, 1974.
24/31 The Western Film 48 (N.D.).
24/31 Claude Casey's obituary. Augusta Chronicle, June 25, 1999. Print out from online copy.

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