Kentucky Oral History Commission
African American Life in Franklin County Oral History Project
aka: The Community Memories Oral History Project
Interviewee: Clara E. Hogan
Interviewer: Winona Fletcher
Interview Date: 02, May, 1996
Interview Location: Frankfort, KY
Interview Number: 1995OH02.7
Clara Hogan discusses family life, schools, education, early jobs and work skills, Normal Heights, "The Hill," and other early black communities, social and civic life, trips, property transfers as Kentucky State University expanded, "The Bottom," floods, and Winnie A. Scott. Other topics include Mayo Underwood, Normal Heights, Douglas Park, Jett, Greenhill, The Grad Club, Vogue and Esquire clubs, the Women's Progressive Club, South Side Seven Country Club, Steadmantown, Rosenwald, Thoroughbred Inn, Carrolton Park, Hickman Hill, Rebecca Ruth and the Hanleys, the Craw, the Grand Theatre, the Capitol Theatre, Gone With the Wind, Capital City Club, Chumm's, Young Women's Social Club, Little Germany, Kentucky Training Home, and Josephine Krank.
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