This interview with Arthur Lloyd is part two of seven recordings. In this interview, Lloyd discusses the violence in the Western Kentucky coal mines in 1919, and his path to becoming a school principal in Webster County at the age of 18.
In this interview Ernest Ray, a 1963 EKU graduate, comments on his years as a teacher and 4-H leader at Buckeye school. He details the advantages of teaching at Buckeye and its eventual decline in the enrollment.
Sadie Moore shares the impact of the Great Depression in this interview. She was a student at Buckeye school who would later graduate from college and became a teacher. She comments on how there were no boys in her graduating class, and she details…
In this interview, J.C. Eddleman, retired Superintendent in Lincoln County, discusses his background, education, and positions held prior to his Superintendent job. He also discusses how he became Superintendent, and the contributions he made.