Subjects:Apple orchards, Baptist churches, Barges, Boats, Bridges, Business education, Catholic schools, Churches, Clergy, Confederate States Army, Crops, Dams, Dance parties, Distilling industries, Dredges, Dredging, Electrification, Elephants, Family trees, Farming, farms, Ferries, Fires, Fishing, Folklore, Fruit, Genealogy, Historic buildings, Historic sites, Holidays, Horses, Horticulture, Houses, Kentucky Military Institute, Kentucky State Penitentiary, Ku Klux Klan (1915-), Land grants, Limestone quarrying, Livestock, Locks (Hydraulic engineering), Log buildings, Midwives, Military service, Mills, Neighborhoods, One-room schools, Parties, Prisoners, Prisoners of war, Quarries and quarrying, race relations, Railroad ties, Roads, Schools, Segregation, Slavery, Slaves, Street railroads, Streets, United States. Air Force, University of Kentucky, Whiskey, Works Progress Administration
These twelve interviews with Frankfort/Franklin County residents cover their family history in this area. Topics include local families, historic homes, streets, distilleries, entertainment, transportation, neighborhoods, race relations, African Americans, and settlers. Copyright Kentucky Historical Society; Capital City Museum, Frankfort, retains secondary repository user privileges.