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Interview Conducted By Joseph Carl Ruff With Herbert Alexander Oldham (Fa 166), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Feb 2012

Interview Conducted By Joseph Carl Ruff With Herbert Alexander Oldham (Fa 166), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcription of an interview conducted by Joseph Carl Ruff with Herbert Alexander Oldham on 15 May 1993 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. They discuss African American education in Bowling Green, Kentucky, integration, and segregation. They also discuss Oldham's education at St. Augustine College in Raleigh, North Carolina, his teaching career and education administration positions in Bowling Green, his family backgound, and his experiences as an African American youth in Bowling Green.


Interview With Samuel V. Wickliffe Regarding Campbellsville & Taylor County (Fa 202), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Apr 2006

Interview With Samuel V. Wickliffe Regarding Campbellsville & Taylor County (Fa 202), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Transcription of an oral history interview done with Samuel V. Wickliffe regarding his life as an African American teacher in Campbellsville, Kentucky. He talks about his work at the African American Durham High School and the eventual integration of schools in Campbellsville. He also discusses his military service during the Korean War.


Interview With Irene Taylor Regarding Her Life (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Aug 1986

Interview With Irene Taylor Regarding Her Life (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Transcription of an interview with Irene Taylor conducted by Christopher Carey for an oral history project titled "A Generation Remembers, 1900-1949." In this brief interview Taylor discusses a general store in Hancock County, Kentucky called the Duncan store as well as one-room schools and the consolidation of schools. She also mentions the Chestnut Grove school in Hancock County.


Interview With Allyene Gregory Regarding Her Life (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Aug 1986

Interview With Allyene Gregory Regarding Her Life (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Transcription of an interview with Allyene Gregory conducted by Steve Vied for an oral history project titled "A Generation Remembers, 1900-1949." Gregory discusses her life and times, including information about growing up in Sorgho, Daviess County, Kentucky, education, childhood games, her father's farm, African Americans, social customs and historic events in the community, as well as her teaching career.


Interview With Eva Carmen Rearding Her Life (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jul 1986

Interview With Eva Carmen Rearding Her Life (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Transcription of an interview with Eva Carmen conducted by Christopher Carey for an oral history project titled "A Generation Remembers, 1900-1949." Carmen discusses her life and times, including information about African Americans, Hartford, Kentucky, Kentucky State University, midwifery, her husband Ned Carmen, social life and customs, Lincoln Leadership Training School, teaching, the hanging of Sam Jennings and black newspapers.


Interview With Lattie Edds And Essie Thomason Regarding Their Lives (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jul 1986

Interview With Lattie Edds And Essie Thomason Regarding Their Lives (Fa 154), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Transcription of an interview with Lattie Edds and Essie Thomason conducted by Judi Hetrick for an oral history project titled "A Generation Remembers, 1900-1949." They discuss their life and times, including information about growing up in McLean County and Hancock County, Kentucky, social life and customs, weaving, childhood chores and games, teachers and teaching, one-room schools, farms and farming, courtship, televisions, radios, the Great Depression, floods, and influenza.