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    • Oral History Interview with James B. Ellis

    • Between 1955 and 1972 Frankfort's "Bottom" or "Craw" community, an integrated working-class neighborhood, was systematically destroyed by the urban renewal process in the capital city. In a series of interviews former residents describe their...
    • 1991-08-07
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    • Houston W. Fuller Oral History Interview

    • Houston Fuller discusses his experiences in the C.C.C. in 1933. He describes the process of joining up, the types of projects he worked on, and daily life in the work camps.
    • 1990-02-16
    • C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) Oral History Project, 1992OH03
    • Herbert S. Danner Oral History Interview

    • Herbert Danner, company commander for several C.C.C. camps, discusses his experiences as a C.C.C. administrator.
    • 1990-10-05
    • C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) Oral History Project, 1992OH03;
    • Harold G. Speagle Oral History Interview

    • Harold Speagle discusses the C.C.C., an earthquake, the World War II era, Henry Keeper, and the construction of Liberty Ships.
    • 1990-10-05
    • C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) Oral History Project, 1992OH03
    • Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund: Kentucky Agriculture After Tobacco

    • This oral history collection documents the establishment of the Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund (KADF) and the impact it has had on Kentucky's agricultural industry with the loss of the tobacco program. The project has two focus areas,...
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    • Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund: Kentucky Agriculture After Tobacco
    • Christian County Courthouse

    • Side of the building. Columns are partially visible on the balcony to the right of the image. The are signs along the sidewalk and a street sign near the center of the image. To the left of the image, there is a flagpole with an American flag; a...
    • 1964
    • Kentucky County Courthouses, J. H. Patrick photos, 1987PH11;
    • MSS 31 Thwaits family papers

    • This is a finding aid for an archival collection at the Kentucky Historical Society. For more information about this collection, please contact KHS.
    • 1853-1882
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection
    • MSS 115 Kirchner Letterhead Collection

    • This is a finding aid for an archival collection at the Kentucky Historical Society. For more information about this collection, please contact KHS.
    • 1839-1969
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection
    • Table of contents for Kentucky Ancestors, 1965-2013

    • Kentucky Ancestors is the quarterly genealogical publication of the Kentucky Historical Society. The journal ceased print publication after summer 2013.
    • 1965-2013
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection;
    • Kentucky Craft History and Education Association: Craft Luminaries

    • This collection, produced by the Kentucky Craft History Education Association, consists of interviews with craftspeople, arts administrators, art educators, and craft enthusiasts who have been instrumental in the craft history of Kentucky.
    • 2007-2009
    • Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1911-1914

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1911-1914
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1904

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1904
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1893-1897

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1893-1897
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Ellen Wallace Diary, 1849, 1864-1865

    • Ellen Kenton McGaughey Wallace was a member of a landowning and slaveholding family in southern Christian County, Kentucky. At the beginning of the Civil War, her sentiments were pro-Union. As the war progressed, particularly after the Emancipation...
    • 1849, 1864-1865
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1887-1893

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1887-1893
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Ellen Wallace Diary, 1874-1879

    • Ellen Kenton McGaughey Wallace was a member of a landowning and slaveholding family in southern Christian County, Kentucky. At the beginning of the Civil War, her sentiments were pro-Union. As the war progressed, particularly after the Emancipation...
    • 1874-1879
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52
    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling Diary, 1914-1917

    • Annie Leslie McCarroll Starling, began her journals as a seventeen-year-old at the outset of the Civil War. She was the daughter of Hopkinsville physician, John McCarroll, and was strongly pro-Union. Her diaries, however, show little concern for...
    • 1914-1917
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ellen Wallace and Annie Starling Diaries, MSS 52

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