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Retired Teacher tells of Berea College and daily life during the Depression

Chairman of the Biology Department and Acting Dean of Arts and Sciences at Morehead State University

Witt reminiscences of growing up at the Mowbray & Robinson sawmill in West Irvine, Kentucky in the 1920's and 1930's.

Allen speaks of experiences over the years along the Kentucky River.

Lock worker talks about recent work and repairs done on certain locks on the Kentucky River.

Tindall talks about the Kentucky River and the people he encountered.

Taulbee reminiscences about the flood of Frozen Creek in Breathitt County in July of 1939.

Postmistress tells of life and work at Perry Park on the Kentucky River for nearly forty five years.

Wife of commercial fisherman tells of life near Gratz, Kentucky.

Commissioner, Kentucky Department Natural Resources and Director, Natural Areas, Eastern Kentucky University

Retired teacher recalls life on the Kentucky River.

Barber discusses the Kentucky River.

Yount discusses memories of the Kentucky River.

Hall discusses the Kentucky River and memories of connections with the River.

Preston shares recollections of family's experiences on the Kentucky River.

Embry speaks of growing up at the Mowbray and Robison sawmill in Estill County, Kentucky.

Retired carpenter and painter recalls memories of growing up on the Kentucky River.

Owner of Ripy Transfer Lines recalls fondest memories of experiences on the Kentucky River.

Retired distillery employee recalls memories of experiences on the Kentucky River.

Britton discusses memories and experiences on the Kentucky River.

Farmer and store owner recalls memories of the Kentucky River and how it played an important role in his life.

Retired Farmer and World War II Veteran discusses season of life on the Kentucky River.

Attorney shares memories of farming on the Kentucky River bottoms as a child.

In this interview, Kelly and Mary John Thurman both discuss the Great Depression, the WPA and other Government Programs. They came to EKU in 1966 where Mr. Thurman taught and Mrs. Thurman worked at the library. They felt students had changed over the…

Retired Power House worker describes work life on the Kentucky and Dix Power Houses.

Farmer discusses the Kentucky River and the surrounding community.

Wayne T. Rutherford discusses his family background, previous work in the State Department of Corrections and his tenure as the Pike County Judge Executive in this interview. Interview topics cover a wide range of relevant county services, such as…

Lockmaster discusses locks and maintenance of locks on the Kentucky River.

Hudson speaks of growing up on the Kentucky River, eventually becoming a farmer.

Sams discusses her growing up years at Valley View and reminisces about her friends and neighbors.

Hardin discusses working on the Kentucky River for the Corps of Engineers since 1926.

Retired worker describes work life on the Kentucky River.

Author and retired chairman speaks of rocks found in the Kentucky River.