Country Music Hall Adds Artifacts

Apr 25, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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Nashville-based Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is making changes to its exhibit, "Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music," depicting a chronological story of country music's history from the 19th century to present day.

According to VP of museum services Lauren Bufferd, artifacts are periodically returned from the exhibit cases to the archives and different items take their place on display. Among the items to be returned to archives are Minnie Pearl's signature hat and Loretta Lynn's homemade dress. New additions are expected to be completed for the 32nd Annual Fan Fair celebration to be held in downtown Nashville from June 5 to 8, 2003.

New additions include Chet Atkins' D'Angelico guitar; the Delmore Brothers' 1942 018-T Martin tenor guitar and 1940 000-18 Martin guitar; Cora Cline's hammered dulcimer; Cliffie Stone's three-neck classical guitar; Pearl's bronze Country Music Hall of Fame plaque; a Jim Reeves' costume; the dress Lynn wore to Opry statesman and Country Music Hall of Famer Roy Accuf's 80th birthday gala; Don Law's (head of Columbia Records' country music division in the 1950s and '60s) black-leather studio logbook; Roger Miller's Gibson classical guitar (serial #127647); Ernest Tubb's Ernest Tubb Radio Song Book No. 2: 20 Favorites; and many others.

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