Click HERE for Video of Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross (1981)
Hank's older sister, Irene, who served as the original 'Drifting Cowboys' first
booking agent in the early days,
passed away peacefully in her sleep on March 23, 1995 at the age of 73.
Although she was a very private person,
I was privileged to maintain communications with Irene
for almost twenty years. The following copy of a letter
received from her in 1978, admirably illustrates her gracious and helpful nature
Please note: The addresses shown in the above letter are genuine, however
no longer functional
Jewelry made by Irene Williams Smith (Hank's Sister)
The Hank Williams Museum in Montgomery, Alabama is honored to have the
jewelry made by Irene Williams Smith (Hank's Sister).
We are selling the following jewelry handcrafted by Irene at the Hank
Assorted Gemstone Necklaces
Wooden Beads, Rose Quartz
Carnelian and Lapis
Over dyed Turquoise
Soft Emerald Green Malachite
Dark Green Malachite Pieces
Multi Colored Rocks
Light Green Turquoise and Scarabs
Round Carved Turquoise
Turquoise Round Beads
Turquoise and Silver Bead
Turquoise and Lapis
Cornelian and Lapis
The Information about the "Hank Williams Memorial Day Parade, Montgomery, Alabama, September 21, 1954" Was taken from Newspaper clippings,
compiments of Bill Watson of Anaheim, California -and- The Alabama Department of Archives & History [ADAH}
-THE COMPLETE HANK CD BOX SET -
HERE to hear some sound clips Many tunes never heard before!
HERE For information about the HANK FAN MAILING LIST &
Robert Ackerman's combined songwriting efforts with Dustin Hunt and Jim Murphy.
Of Special Note: "Hank's Old Scratched Record"
Click HERE For HANK WILLIAMS 78 & 45 RPM Single Records (U.S. Issues)
HERE for recent [January 19, 2003] UPDATES on:
Hank's 50th Anniversary EVENTS in Germany
February 2006 UPDATE: "MY FASCINATION FOR HANK WILLIAMS" BY MANFRED ALBERT REINHARDT
HERE to see Photo of above mentioned German 'Hank' Event