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Carter Family; Anchored in Love; Beautiful Home; Meeting in the Air; I Shall Not Be Moved; Western Hobo; Blue Eyes; Beyond the River; Carter Blues; The Lover's Farewell; When I'm Gone; Burying Me under the Weeping Willow; Wildwood Rose; Will My Mother Know Me; Beautiful Isle O'er the Sea; Railroading on the Great Divide; Wildwood Flower; Lonesome Valley; Motherless Children; The Wayworn Traveler; Home­stead on the Farm; Grave on the Green Hillside; Angel Band; Redemption Song; Dixie Darling; Wabash Can-nonball; Waves of the Sea; Where Sunshine Turns the Ocean Blue to Gold; God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign; No Telephone in Heaven; My Clinch Mt. Home; Little Darling, Pal of Mine; Where Shall I Be; On the Rock Where Moses Stood; Happiest Days of All; Two Sweet­hearts; Storms Are on the Ocean; Fond Affection; I Have No One to Love Me; Anchored in Love; Tell Me That You Love Me; Sow 'Em on the Mt.; Sunshine in the Shadows; The Dying Soldier; Lover's Farewell; Hello Central, Give Me Heaven; I'll Be All Smiles To­night; Worried Man Blues; The Cannonball; Diamonds in the Rough; and John Hardy Was a Desperate Little Man. A. P. in writer of: Lonesome Valley; I'm Think­ing Tonight of My Blue Eyes; Something Got a Hold of Me; Jimmy Brown, the Newsboy; etc. Address: Maces Springs, Virginia.
Carter, Maybelle, b. 5/10/09, Michellsville, Va.; h. Ezra Carter, d. June; Helen; and Anita. Plays autoharp and guitar. Member of the Original Carter Family, composed of A. P. Carter, Sarah Carter, and May­belle. Later sang with the Carter Sisters, and is affec­tionately known as "Mother" Maybelle. Entertainment experience: WRNL; WNOX, Knoxville, Tenn.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; WJHL-TV, Johnson City, Tenn. Recorded for RCA, Columbia, and Decca Records. Songs recorded: Amazing Grace; Are You Afraid to Remember Me; Blood That Stained the Old Rugged Cross; Gethsemane; He Went Slipping Around; He's Solid Gone; How About You; I'll Be Listening; Nail Scarred Hand; Softly and Tenderly; We Shall Meet Some Day; Wildwood Flower; and records of the Origi-
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