Note: Hemphill discusses his father, musical influences, and instruments and repertoire, then the story behind "The Carrier Line," which he wrote in 1903, concerning lumber magnate John Carrier and his engineers Dave Cowart and Mr. Bailey, and the wreck on the road at Malone's Trestle. The song was commissioned by Mr. Woolard, the section foreman.
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