Collections

Titlesort descending Description Subjects
Academic Health Centers Oral History Project These interviews document the history of academic health centers at the University of Arizona, Temple University, the University of Kentucky, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, State University of New York at Stony Brook, the University of Connecticut, the University of New Mexico, Norfolk Medical Center, the University of Florida, and Pennsylvania State University. Academic medical centers, Alabama, Albuquerque (N.M.), Arizona, Birmingham (Ala.), Connecticut, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Florida
Ackerly Oral History Project: Child Guidance Movement Pioneers The Ackerly Oral History Project is part of the Gardner Collection, which contains historical material pertaining to child guidance, child psychiatry, and child development. The collection was supported by endowments and gifts from the widow of William E. Gardner, professor and chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Louisville from 1913 until his death in 1947. Dr. S.
Actors Theater of Louisville Oral History Project Community leaders, directors, managers, actors, critics, and playwrights discuss their lives and careers, the history of the Actors Theatre of Louisville and how it has changes over the years, the role of the theater in society, the theater in general, and the relationship of the theater to Louisville. Copyright belongs to the Actors Theatre of Louisville and the University of Louisville. Actors, Actresses, Arts, Critics, Jefferson County (Ky.), Louisville (Ky.), Theater audiences, Theater programs
Actors Theatre of Louisville These interviews deal mostly with the events surrounding the creation of Actors Theatre of Louisville in the early 1960s. However, several of the interviews look at events within the company during the 1970s and 1980s. Individuals interviewed include directors, board members, actors, stagehands, theater critics and patrons. Actors, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Directors, Electricians, Humana Festival, Theater --Kentucky --Louisville --History --20th century
Adair County African American Heritage Oral History Project This project documents well established African American residents of Adair County. Interviewees discussed family history, education, religion and childhood. Topics included segregation, integration, and civil rights activities. African American, black history, colored schools, desegregation, Education, Integration, Rosenwald school, rural life
Adair County Oral History Collection "This collection began with the Kentucky Oral History Commission's effort to establish oral history programs in each of the state's 120 counties. County libraries worked with local volunteers to collect interviews. Bank robberies, Bankers, banking, Banks, Barns, Basket making, Basketball, Beer
Adair County Oral History Project This collection began with the Kentucky Oral History Commission's effort to establish oral history programs in each of the state's 120 counties. County libraries worked with local volunteers to collect interviews. Bank robberies, Bankers, Banking, Banks, Barns, Basket making, Basketball, Beer
Adron Doran These videotape interviews are with Adron Doran and his wife, Mignon Doran. Audiotape copies of these interviews, as well as interviews with Doran's associates, are at the Kentucky Oral History Commission.
Adron Doran Oral History Project Adron Doran, born in 1909 in Cuba, Graves County, was president of Morehead State University from 1954 to 1977. During his tenure, he built fifty buildings on campus, and enrollment went from 700 to nearly 7,500. He was a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives from 1944 to 1951.Doran, his wife, Bert T. Combs, Louie B. Nunn, Lawrence W. Wetherby, Julian Carroll, A. B.
Affrilachian Symposium Oral History Project The complete collection record can be accessed on SPOKEdb, the Nunn Center's online collection catalog: http://kentuckyoralhistory.org/series/32010/affrilachian-symposium-oral-history-project