Interview with Madge Reed Huguely


  • Identifier: 1993 OH 150
  • Date: 10/15/1992
  • Interviewer: Dunston, A.G.
  • Interviewee: Huguely, Madge Reed
  • Description: Madge Reed Huguely, a life long resident of Richmond, KY, describes her early life, family background, and education. She discusses many different aspects of Richmond from past to present and comments on the Four Mile Cemetery. She recalls segregation and the process of desegregation in the Richmond community. As an active member in the African American community Mrs. Huguely helped plan several Civil Rights protests in Richmond and was an active member of the NAACP for several years. She belonged to many social organizations such as the Concord Homemakers and was the director of the Race Street Community Center for many years.
  • Location: Richmond, KY
  • Duration: :47:51
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  • Restrictions: no
  • Rights: Contact Special Collections and Archives, Crabbe Library, Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions, rights and permission to publish.
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Citation

“Interview with Madge Reed Huguely,” William H. Berge Oral History Center, accessed July 10, 2020, https://oralhistory.eku.edu/items/show/9132.