Western Kentucky University, Special Collections Library

Interview with Frank Otha Moxley

Date of Interview: 

Thu, 05/27/1993





School children - transportation - Warren County (Ky.), School children - transportation - Allen County (Ky.), Corporal punishment of children - Warren County (Ky.), State Street High School - Bowling Green (Ky.), African Americans - Education - Athletics, African Americans--Education--1920-1960, Education Segregation, Education Integration, Bowling Green (Ky.)--History, Warren County (Ky.)--History., Teachers, African American, African American teachers--Salaries, etc.

Call Number: 

FA 166 B1 F39

Dr. Frank O. Moxley, Ph.D. provides a detailed history of the Bowling Green and Warren County public schools. He graduate from State Street High School, Bowling Green, in 1926, and returned to teach there in 1931 after graduating from Wilberforce College in Dayton, Ohio. Moxley describes his experience in the Bowling Green schools as a student, teacher, and administrator. He provides a unique perspective on education, segregation, and integration in Bowling Green, Warren County, and the surrounding school districts.

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