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    • Oral History Interview with Clayton Alfred Klingenfus

    • Mr. Klingenfus has taken a leadership position in the state and particularly in his community to try to serve the social justice needs of the rural population. This interview deals with the organizations started by the Kentucky Council of Churches...
    • 07/08/1987
    • Burley Tobacco Oral History Project
    • Lucille Caudill Little Interviews

    • 2 interviews with Lucille Caudill Little. She discusses growing up in Morehead, her family, getting married, singing, her education, and philanthropy. Other topics include race relations, real estate, and community theater.
    • 2000
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Lucille Caudill Little Interviews
    • Oral History Interview with J.M. Finch, Jr.

    • This interview explores how tobacco and the life of one of Maysville's leading citizens were tied together. Mr. Finch built a tobacco warehouse and started a radio station whose call letters stand for World's Finest Tobacco Market (WFTM).
    • 05/12/1987
    • Burley Tobacco Oral History Project
    • 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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    • Oral History Interview with James T. Graham

    • 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...
    • 1991-05-21
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    • MSS 119, New York Society of Kentucky Women

    • This is a finding aid for an archival collection at the Kentucky Historical Society. For more information about this collection, please contact KHS.
    • 1907-2002
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection
    • MSS 167 Thomas T. Wendell Collection

    • This is a finding aid for an archival collection at the Kentucky Historical Society. For more information about this collection, please contact KHS.
    • 1870-1990
    • Kentucky Historical Society Finding Aids Collection
    • Oral History Interview with Maggie Knott

    • 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...
    • 1991-07-01
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    • Oral History Interview with William Isaac Fields

    • 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...
    • 1991-05-15
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    • Edward F. Prichard, Jr. Oral History Project, 31 October 1984

    • One of the state's most influential leaders in politics and education, Edward F. Prichard, Jr. and his associates discuss Prichard family history and politics, Bourbon County life in the 1920s, Prichard's early interest in the law, the Ku Klux Klan...
    • 31-10-1984
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    • Oral History Interview with Margaret Berry

    • 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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    • Oral History Interview with Ellsworth Marshall, Jr.

    • 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...
    • 1991-05-17
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    • Oral History Interview with Henrietta Gill

    • 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...
    • 1991-05-08
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    • Nora Gilbert Oral History Interview

    • Nora Gilbert gives a brief history of life, where she worked, mentions the two small farms she owned in Jackson County, and talks about her farm in Laurel County. Topics include acreage, tobacco and dairy farming in Laurel County, raising tobacco,...
    • 1983-06-23
    • Family Farm Oral History Project, 1983OH02
    • Oral History Interview with John Sykes

    • The Community Memories Oral History Project explores African American life in Frankfort and Franklin County and was conducted in conjunction with the earlier photographic project collecting family photographs of the members of this community. The...
    • 06-13-2002
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    • Oral History Interview with Thomas W. Hutchins

    • Mr. Hutchins, manager of the Rickard Seed Operation, goes into detail about the very interesting business of producing and marketing tobacco seed.
    • 07/18/1987
    • Burley Tobacco Oral History Project
    • Oral History Interview with James Calhoun

    • 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...
    • 1991-07-16
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    • Edward F. Prichard, Jr. Oral History Project, 07 June 1983

    • One of the state's most influential leaders in politics and education, Edward F. Prichard, Jr. and his associates discuss Prichard family history and politics, Bourbon County life in the 1920s, Prichard's early interest in the law, the Ku Klux Klan...
    • 07-06-1983
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    • Oral History Interview with H. Carlisle Besuden

    • Mr. Besuden was the farm writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader for nearly 17 years. The interview revolves around the work as a farm writer and his vantage point.
    • 01/19/1988
    • Burley Tobacco Oral History Project

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