Photos, Prints, Drawings A wheelbarrow made by Joe Pettry, Woody Boggs' maternal grandfather, parked beside the finished log cabin where neighbors gather each Friday evening to make music
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Photos, Prints, Drawings
- A wheelbarrow made by Joe Pettry, Woody Boggs' maternal grandfather, parked beside the finished log cabin where neighbors gather each Friday evening to make music
- Contributor Names
- Pettry, Joe (Depicted)
- Hufford, Mary, 1952- (Photographer)
- Created / Published
- April 15, 2000
- Subject Headings
- - Tools
- - Gardening
- - Community development
- - Shumate's Branch
- - Vernacular architecture
- - Community space
- - Pettry, Joe
- - Ethnography
- - Photographs
- - West Virginia -- Raleigh County -- Pettry Bottom
- - Event: Documentation of log cabin built by Woody Boggs on Pettry Bottom.
- - Woody Boggs built this log cabin in 1999-2000, using poplar and chestnut boards from the dismantled Coffee Pot at Edwight. The Coffee Pot was for decades a community gathering place and teen hangout at the mouth of Hazy Creek. Here it is recycled into a log cabin where musicians now gather each Friday night to pick and harmonize on the porch. The wheelbarrow, made by Woody's grandfather, Joe Pettry, is positioned beneath on a window of the log cabin.
- 35 mm Color Slide
- Call Number
- AFC 1999/008: CRF-MH-C101-14
- Source Collection
- Coal River Folklife Collection (AFC 1999/008)
- American Folklife Center
- Digital Id
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