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Audio Recording Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia

Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia, side A

About this Item

Title

  • Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia

Names

  • Robinson, Beverly J. (Collector)
  • Kimbrough, Charlie (Interviewee)

Created / Published

  • Tifton, Georgia, July 19, 1977

Headings

  • -  Folklore--Georgia
  • -  Field recordings
  • -  Interviews
  • -  Sound recording
  • -  United States -- Georgia -- Tifton

Genre

  • Field recordings
  • Interviews
  • Sound recording

Notes

  • -  Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, GA, recorded in an automobile driven by fieldworker Beverly Robinson: Charlie Kimbrough tells ghost story (the "screaming bridge") that takes place on old Omega Road; the automobile passes over a highway bridge where a sound is heard that is said to represent the scream of a ten-year-old girl that was killed there when the bridge was under construction, heard going south, people say the sound is produced by wind or by tires on pavement, the later at night, the louder the scream gets; group in the automobile continue to talk of ghosts stories; about Tifton's history, graveyards;, land, farms; the students tell about the lady they see late at night sometimes (near the bridge); Robinson lets off the students and she and Charlie Kimbrough continue back over the bridge.

Medium

  • audiocassette

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Call number: AFC 1982/010: AFS 21106
  • MBRS shelflist: RYA 0944
  • Field project identifier: GA7-BR-C3

Source Collection

  • South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection (AFC 1982/010)

Repository

  • American Folklife Center

Digital Id

Online Format

  • audio

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Credit line: South-Central Georgia Folklife Project collection (AFC 1982/010), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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Chicago citation style:

Robinson, Beverly J, and Charlie Kimbrough. Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia. Tifton, Georgia, 1977. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_afs21106/.

APA citation style:

Robinson, B. J. & Kimbrough, C. (1977) Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia. Tifton, Georgia. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_afs21106/.

MLA citation style:

Robinson, Beverly J, and Charlie Kimbrough. Interview with Charlie Kimbrough and two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, Georgia. Tifton, Georgia, 1977. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1982010_afs21106/>.