Prof. Gura with “Mocha Dick,” Sculpture by Kristin Lowe,
Williams College Museum of Art, 2010

Prof. Gura in Greenlaw 426

Prof. Gura with doctoral students Laura Mielke and Michael Everton

Prof. Gura , co-winner of MLA’s Foerster Award, 1977,
with Charles Scruggs and Gay Wilson Allen (Hubbell Award winner)

Prof. Gura with 19th-century Martin Guitar, 2003

Prof. Gura with L. Michael Bell
Rocky Mountain Bluegrass Festival, Henderson, CO, 1977

Albumen Photograph, possibly of Emily Dickinson,
Found by Prof. Gura, 2000,
On Deposit at American Antiquarian Society

Rare Photograph of Prof. Gura, sans barbe,
Phillips Academy, 1968

Caricature of Prof. Gura as Thoreau,
by Jesse Ishikawa, student, Middlebury College, 1975

Prof. Gura as Costumed Interpreter
Old Sturbridge Village 1973

Prof. Gura with Chief Little Crow (Wampanoag)
at Ware, Massachusetts, 250th-anniversary Celebration, 2011

Carte-de-visite of author
Elizabeth Barstow (“Lizzie”) Stoddard, New York, 1860s,
Discovered by Professor Gura

Philip Gura and Jim Bollman, co-authors,
America’s Instrument: The Banjo in the Nineteenth Century
Mt. Airy, NC, 2001

Only known Photograph of William Esperance Boucher,
Baltimore Banjo Maker, 1850s-1870s
Copy of late 19th-century photograph

Three Harvard Men (Philip Gura, Lars Hanslin, “Mo”)
at Clifftop, WV,
Appalachian String Band Festival, 2004

Prof. Gura’s class at AAS Summer Seminar in the History of the Book,
Worcester, MA, 2005

Prof. Philip Gura

Prof. Gura with Ed Haggard (holding minstrel banjo)
Clifftop, WV, 2005

Philip Gura (second row, middle)
Ware, MA, Little League, 1958

Painting of Philip Gura
by author Daniel Wallace, 2010

Philip Gura with Pete Seeger
Maryland Banjo Institute (1998)

Steve Powell, David Gura, and Philip Gura with
James Reed (fiddler Henry Reed’s son)
Mt. Airy, NC (1993)

David and Philip Gura, and Mac Benford (Highwoods String Band)
Ithaca, NY (2006)