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Performers in dresses and kilts seated on stage at the American Folk Song Festival, circa 1952. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Performers in dresses and kilts seated on stage at the American Folk Song Festival, circa 1952. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Jean Thomas and group at the American Folk Song Festival, near Ashland, Kentucky, 1951. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Jean Thomas and group at the American Folk Song Festival, near Ashland, Kentucky, 1951. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Woman in linsey-woolsey dress, American Folk Song Festival. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Woman in linsey-woolsey dress, American Folk Song Festival. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Elizabeth Flatt and children, 1946, singing Scotch ballad. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Elizabeth Flatt and children, 1946, singing Scotch ballad. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

"Jean Thomas presents Dorothy Gordon in American Folk Songs." :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

"Jean Thomas presents Dorothy Gordon in American Folk Songs." :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Bun "Grandpa" Oney playing fiddle at American Folk Song Festival. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Bun "Grandpa" Oney playing fiddle at American Folk Song Festival. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

McGuffey Log School, 3201 Cogan Street, Ashland, Kentucky. The old schoolhouse is over 125 years old and the last one in Kentucky in which the McGuffey Readers were used. It was brought from the Big Sandy country to Ashland by Miss Jean Thomas, "The Traipsin' Woman", an authority on the Mountains, head of the McGuffey Society of Kentucky and Founder-Producer of the American Folk Song Festival."

McGuffey Log School, 3201 Cogan Street, Ashland, Kentucky. The old schoolhouse is over 125 years old and the last one in Kentucky in which the McGuffey Readers were used. It was brought from the Big Sandy country to Ashland by Miss Jean Thomas, "The Traipsin' Woman", an authority on the Mountains, head of the McGuffey Society of Kentucky and Founder-Producer of the American Folk Song Festival."

Covered wagon on Mayo Trail en route to American Folk Song Festival, Boyd County, Kentucky. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Covered wagon on Mayo Trail en route to American Folk Song Festival, Boyd County, Kentucky. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Jean Thomas at Traipsin' Woman Cabin, 1934. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Jean Thomas at Traipsin' Woman Cabin, 1934. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Lyda Messer Caudill with her Scotch child attendant in court costume, 1946. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

Lyda Messer Caudill with her Scotch child attendant in court costume, 1946. :: Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

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