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Stories-A History of Appalachia


Jun 13, 2020

William Richardson Mullins made his living as a photographer in Eastern Kentucky and Southwest Virginia.  Starting in the Great Depression, he traveled the mountains taking pictures until, eventually, he had amassed a collection of thousands of photographs that documented life in central Appalachia during the mid 20th century.  He also earned the nickname "Pictureman" for his work.

Today we tell his story.

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