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Souvenir of the Crazy Barn Dance

In just ten years, WBT was transformed from a tiny backyard operation to one of the Southeast’s most important radio stations. This booklet, published as a souvenir of a regular program, shows the size of one of the station’s in-house musical ensembles.

Pamphlet from the Barn Dance.
Citation (Chicago Style): 

Grundy, Pamela. “‘We Always Tried to Be Good People’: Respectability, Crazy Water Crystals, and Hillbilly Music on the Air, 1933-1935.” The Journal of American History 81, no. 4 (1995): 1591–1620.

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