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for The State Vol. 5 Issue 5, July 1937
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Twelve-year-old Tommie Baker became a sensation in the mid-1930s. Tommie Baker left his home in Rocky Mount to go to New York City to receive additional training in song and dance. Some of his early accolades included auditioning for MGM, RKO, and Warner Brothers as well as danced at the Cotton Club.
Continuing her tour through western North Carolina, Henderson takes readers from Franklin to Cullowhee, then on to Clay and Cherokee counties, as well as interesting things to see in Hayesville, Brasstown, and Murphy.