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Letter: Porter Waggoner benefit show

Ruth Smith writes:
I don't know the exact date but I do know it was for a benefit for the April 27, 1971 tornado victims. --Ruth Smith
Comments re article 84889 Query When was Porter Waggoner Show at AC Fair

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The Brocks send copy of Porter Wagoner contract - 1971 - Top

2016-08-09 - Columbia, KY - Photo from James & Kay Turner Brock.
The contract spells out all the pre-show details about the Porter Wagoner show with Dolly Parton. Former Adair County Judge James Brock and his wife Kay Turner Brock, has this copy of the Top Billing Contract. The show was scheduled to be at the Adair County Fairgrounds, Columbia, KY, for 7:30pm to 10:30pm central time, Wednesday, September 22, 1971. Porter Wagoner Show was to "receive top billing or 100% Top Billing in all advertisements.The total cost was $2,500 (Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars), to be paid in U.S. Dollars to Porter Wagoner or his representative, in cash, upon demand, day of show. Paired photos. See - Porter Wagoner show contract shows VIP signatories - Bottom

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