Identifier:1986 OH 153
Description:This is an unrehearsed taped interview with Lucille Strother Hogge, age 84, a graduate of Eastern State Normal School in 1922. Mrs. Hogge discusses organizing and being first editor of the Eastern Progress in 1922. Mrs. Hogge reminiscenses about her college days and also discusses how the Eastern Progress got its name.
Rights:Contact Special Collections and Archives, Crabbe Library, Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions, rights and permission to publish.
Interviewer:Ellis, William E.
Time Summary:00:00 -01:10 Introduction.
01:10 - 07:00 Lucille S. Hogge born December 13, 1901 in Shelby County, Kentucky. A 1922 graduate of Eastern State Normal School and for many years a resident of Louisville, Kentucky. Also an elementary school teacher.
07:00 - 10:30 Discussed educational and family background.
10:30 - 14:20 Continued educational background discussion.
14:20 - 18:00 Discussion of Mrs. Hogge organizing and being first editor of Eastern Progress in 1922.
18:00 - 20:00 Talked of how Eastern Progress got its name.
20:00 - 23:00 Mentions other persons who at that time was associated with the Progress.
23:00 - 24:40 Discusses writing paper and how much time was spent.
24:40 - 26:00 Starting teaching in 1954.
26:00 - 31:20 Talks of her husband Green B. Hogge.
31:20 - 37:10 Comments on living in Sullivan Hall and activities on campus.
37:10 - 39:00 Remembered other students.
39:00 - 42:00 Discussed a class mate, Earl Combs, son Charles and wife being murdered in 1983.
42:00 - 43:00 Discussed husband's occupation.
43:00 - 45:00 Talked about an article Mrs. Hogge had written and was published in a local paper titled "Your View" (It's not trite to wish people a good day).
45:00 - 50:00 Commented on other interviewees.