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Robinson, Wip, 1910-1990

 Person

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

1st Annual picnic of Virginia DABS, Wip Robinson, undated

 File — Digital-Materials: SC0121-SET-001
Identifier: SC 0121. Series 3. File SC0121-5
Scope and Contents

Wip Robinson interviews attendees of the 1st Annual Picnic of Virginia DABS. He asks people their name, city of residence, and the color of their mailboxes. Side B. August 7, 1962?

Dates: undated

John Wayland interviewed by Wip Robinson, undated

 File — Digital-Materials: SC0121-SET-001
Identifier: SC 0121. Series 3. File SC0121-2
Scope and Contents Dr. John Wayland interviewed by Wip Robinson. Topics include James W. Marshall ("Cyclone Jim"); the oldest town in the Shenandoah Valley; the "German Regiment" led by Abraham Bowman of the Shenandoah Valley; Powell's Fort in Massanutten, and the origin of its name; the location and history of Shawnee Springs; The history of the courthouse in Woodstock; the old log church where Muhlenberg and Asbury gave sermons; the Bloody Ford; the story of the John Rhodes family "killed by Indians;" Craney...
Dates: undated

"Noontime Almanac" with Wip Robinson, WSVA Harrisonburg, Virginia, undated

 File — Digital-Materials: SC0121-SET-001
Identifier: SC 0121. Series 3. File SC0121-4
Scope and Contents

Wip Robinson, host of the "Noontime "Almanac," on WSHV in Harrisonburg, Virginia, discusses agriculture in Shenandoah County, including poultry reports, and steer and cattle prices in Harrisonburg; interviews Bill Clark of Hardy County, West Virginia, who discusses agriculture in that area. Side A.

Dates: undated

"Reminiscing with Jane" Radio Show, with Wip Robinson, circa 1962

 File — Digital-Materials: SC0121-SET-001
Identifier: SC 0121. Series 3. File SC0121-12
Scope and Contents

Refers to Jane Robinson recovering from an illness. Side B.

Dates: circa 1962

Reverend John G. Dubosq interviewed by Wip Robinson, 1968 March 5

 File — Digital-Materials: SC0121-SET-001
Identifier: SC 0121. Series 3. File SC0121-3
Scope and Contents Interview with Reverend John G. Dubosq, by Wip Robinson, conducted at the Jollett Hollow Chapel. Dubosq discusses his personal history and the establishment of the Skyline Drive Park. Discusses his work as a singer in blackface as a member of the quartet, Penn City Comedy Four; work as a minister in the Jollet Hollow Mission Church in Jollett Hollow, Page County, Virginia; moonshining and moonshiners; his work at the the church and establishing a men's fellowship; parishioners donating...
Dates: 1968 March 5

United Daughters of the Confederacy, Turner Ashby Chapter Records

 Collection
Identifier: SC 0121
Abstract

This collection deals with the records from the Turner Ashby Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. These records are mostly comprised of membership applications dated 1896-1991, along with memorabilia such as confederate banners, scrapbooks, yearbooks, cassette tapes, and the original charters for the chapter.

Dates: 1896-1991

Virginia DABS Fall Picnic at Massanutten Caverns, Wip Robinson, undated

 File — Digital-Materials: SC0121-SET-001
Identifier: SC 0121. Series 3. File SC0121-8
Scope and Contents

Wip Robinson interviews attendees of a fall picnic at Massanutten Caverns. Robinson asks people their name and place of residence, and the color of the their mailbox.

Dates: undated

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Archival Object 6
Collection 1
 
Subject
Confederate States of America -- History -- Societies, etc. 1
Confederate States of America -- History -- Sources 1
Confederate States of America -- History, Military -- Sources 1
Mountain people -- Virginia -- Shenandoah National Park -- Social life and customs 1
Shenandoah National Park (Va.) -- History 1