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This interview with Mary Hopson was conducted by Andrew Oberdier. In the interview, Hopson talks about her family and working on a farm and at the hospital.

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This interview with Marie and Shirley Cunningham was conducted by Andrew Oberdier. Marie Cunningham discusses her college education, teaching career, life in Cadiz, and decision to work towards a doctorate degree. Shirley Cunningham discusses his family, education, Cadiz during World War II,...

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This interview with Cotrell Cullins was conducted by Julia Morgan and Virginia Alexander. In the interview, Cullins explains his past jobs, including tobacco shipping and factory work.

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This interview of Howell Blain was conducted by Candise Anne Clemmons. The topics discussed in the interview include family life, courtship rules, and religious views. Blain also discussed the differences in young people in his time and the young people of today.

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This interview with Onie Grubbs Baker was conducted by Julia Morgan and Virginia Alexander. The interview discusses cooking, schools, show boats, Bible studies, segregation, and family history.

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This interview with Onie Grubbs Baker was conducted by Julia Morgan. The interview details Baker's life working on a farm, serving as a cook, lessons of honesty and integrity, and her religious philosophy.

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This collection is an interview with Charles Baker, conducted by Andrew Oberdier, relating to farm work and entertainment in Cadiz, Kentucky.

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This collection is an interview with Charles Baker, conducted by Andrew Oberdier, relating to farming and Baker's service in the army during the Korean War.

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An interview with Rosetta Bacon conducted by Candise Clemmons in which Bacon describes her career in broadcasting, connection to Murray State University, and family history. Bacon also served in the military.

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This collection includes interviews conducted by five Western Kentucky University folk studies students with sixteen African American residents of Trigg County about their lives in rural western Kentucky. Included are the interviews on cassette tapes, with indexes of the recordings, photographs...

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