Browse Interviews (106 total)

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

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

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

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

Pike County Circuit Court Clerk

In this interview, Cammy Owens, Editor/ Publisher of Magoffin County News, discusses his personal background, as well as how he got into the newspaper business. He also discusses politics in the county and comments on other community issues.

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

The following interview with Clifford Amyx discusses his experiences while growing up and living in the community of Livingston, KY. Amyx comments on his childhood, local entertainment, the railroad and its significance in the community, and, other topics that relate to social, religious, and political activities in the community. He also comments…

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

Operator of a Used Car Business

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

Retired teacher recalls life on the Kentucky River.

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

Retired worker describes work life on the Kentucky River.

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

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

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

Rooming and Boarding House Operator

Britton discusses memories and experiences on the Kentucky River.

Mr. Caudill is critical of Perkins in the areas of welfare, coal, the environment, Red River Dam and education. He also questions Perkin's ethics.

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.

Pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church in Augusta

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

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