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Jack Callender is a retired EKU English teacher. In this interview he described high school, college and being a minister. Callender arrived to EKU in 1965. He taught freshmen and sophomores, was an advisor to foreign students, and assistant to Dean…

A. L. Whitt, a Crittenden County native, came to EKU in 1948 as a professor of Biology and remained such until his retirement in 1982. In this interview he recalls the early years he spent at EKU and the changes that took place during his thirty-four…

Dr. Paul L. Seyfrit was an Assistant EKU Psychology Professor and Dean of Men in the late 1960s. In this interview, Seyfrit discusses the growth and changes to the University since 1965.

Dr. Ned Warren was the Dean of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics at EKU. In this interview, Dr. Warren discusses the progress of the sports program at EKU since he arrived in 1967.

In this interview, Mr. Clyde Underwood, publisher of the Wayne County Outlook, recollects on his early life, Naval service during WWII, and his newspaper experiences.

In this interview, Roy Bailey, a Bath County native, details his family history, World War II military service record, and his experiences as both a County Judge and Judge Executive. He comments on his support for former Governor Julian Carroll, his…

In this interview, Harold Barnes details how he became County Judge Executive after Judge Lyle Webb died, as well as his experiences as the Cumberland Democratic County Chair. He also comments on the difference between a County Judge and County Judge…

Gary Kearns, a former US Navy Airplane Mechanic and now serves as manager of the Madison County Airport. In this interview he discusses what life was like aboard the USS Kittyhawk during the Vietnam War.

David Little is a US Navy Vietnam Veteran. In this interview he discusses his feelings and experiences during the war. He also describes a positive side of Vietnam.

SFC Patrick Lemieux is a US Navy Vietnam veteran, teaching ROTC at Eastern Kentucky University. In this interview he discusses reactions to his first mission and the crew of a Swift Boat. He also describes the US Marines and the US Army during the…