Browse Interviews (44 total)

Retired teacher tells of life in Henry County, Kentucky.

Yount discusses memories of the Kentucky River.

Fint speaks of work as a fisherman and boat operator.

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

Lair speaks of first eleven years of life on the Kentucky River at Valley View.

Clements and Webster tell of family and personal history along the Kentucky River.

Retired farmer and W.P.A. worker recalls several experiences on the Kentucky River.

Fullen reminiscences about growing up at Tyrone on the Kentucky River up through the 1920's.

Retiree from the Corps of Engineers discusses work on the Kentucky River.

McCauley speaks of living at Lock #10 of the Kentucky River for 35 years.

Farmer discusses the Kentucky River and the surrounding community.

Retired junkyard operator recalls several memories of his experiences on the Kentucky River.

Farmer talks about life and memories on the Kentucky River.

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

Life long resident of Owen County tells of life growing up on the Kentucky River.

Ashcraft discusses life on the Kentucky River and speaks of his father's work as a ferry operator.

Housewife recalls fond memories of experiences on the Kentucky River.

Parks discusses experiences on the Kentucky River.

Four ladies speak of day to day life on the Kentucky River.

Young discusses personal and family experiences on the Kentucky River.

Roberts speaks of growing up in the area around the Kentucky River at Drennon between Locks #1 and #2.

Employee of the Corps of Engineers discusses working his way up to operating a crane on the Kentucky River.

Retired Teacher and EKU alumnus speaks of growing up along Lock #1 and Lock #6.

Retired Kentucky River worker tells of experiences.

Rucker talks about the Kentucky River and her memories of living at Lock #3 in Guestville, Kentucky.

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

McQueen discusses what life was like growing up on the Kentucky River.

Welsh tells of long life on the Kentucky River in Estill County.

Britton discusses memories and experiences on the Kentucky River.

Sweat tells of family history in slavery and the Kentucky River.

Retired Worker for Frankfort City Water Works recalls fond memories of experiences he had on the Kentucky River.

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

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

Elder shares some memorable experiences on the Kentucky River.

Combs reminiscences about rafting on Troublesome Creek and the Northfolk of the Kentucky River.

Hopper speaks of eight years of work with the Corps of Engineers.

Howard discusses owning and operating ferry at Valley View which he has leased out since 1963.

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

Ellis discusses work as a marine architect.

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