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    • Oral History Interview with Margurite Shauntee

    • 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...
    • 04-11-1996
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    • Elbert Arvin Oral History Interview

    • Elbert Arvin gives the history of his farming operations. Topics include acreage purchased and prices, the attitude of the bank, tenant farmers, barns, tractors, other business ventures, crops raised, livestock feed, livestock, beef cattle, hogs,...
    • 1983-06-29
    • Family Farm Oral History Project, 1983OH02;
    • Oral History Interview with Millie Carter Combs

    • 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...
    • 08-16-1995
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    • Main Street Oral History Project - Shelbyville

    • The Kentucky Oral History Commission , in cooperation with the Kentucky Heritage Council Main Street Program, initiated the Main Street, Kentucky Oral History Project in 1993. The project supports the collection of oral history interviews that...
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    • Main Street Oral History Project - Shelbyville
    • Oral History Interview with Harry Goebel McCoy

    • 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...
    • 1991-07-24
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    • Rural Health Care Oral History Project

    • "This collection documents changes in health care during the twentieth century in the rural counties of Pulaski, Wayne, and McCreary. They discuss how a health care system based in the home and community slowly changed to one administered by...
    • 1982
    • Rural Health Care Oral History Project
    • Vintage Fiddling in Eastern Kentucky Oral History Project

    • The music played by traditional fiddlers in the Appalachian region of Kentucky originated in the British Isles in ancient times. The musicians interviewed for this series learned to play their instruments before recording and broadcasting...
    • 1985
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Vintage Fiddling in Eastern Kentucky Oral History Project
    • Oral History Interview with Libby Jones

    • Elizabeth (Libby) Jones discusses her relationship with the Kentucky Historical Society, as well as her father, Col. Arthur Lloyd's association with the society.
    • 04/18/2002
    • Kentucky Historical Society Oral History Project
    • Oral History Interview with R.T. Brooks

    • 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...
    • 1991-03-25
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    • Oral History Interview with Mary Helen 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...
    • 1991-07-02
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    • Interview with Bryan Osburn

    • This collection consists of interviews with persons of disabilities living in Kentucky. The interviews document the personal experiences and perspectives of those whose lives are directly impacted by policies related to disabilities and who live...
    • 10-09-2009
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    • 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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    • William C. Bass Oral History Interview

    • William Bass discusses his experiences in the C.C.C. from 1934-1937. He was at Warm Springs, Chipley, and Fort Benning. He reminisces about seeing Franklin D. Roosevelt at Warm Springs, the projects he worked on, food in the camp, recreation, and...
    • 1990-06-06
    • C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) Oral History Project, 1992OH03;
    • S E W  to Violet, undated

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
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    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;

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