Legislators--United States

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Wilson W. Wyatt Sr., born in Louisville in 1905, attended the University of Louisville. While working for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, he attended evening classes at the Jefferson School of Law; he was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1927. Wyatt married Anne Kinnaird Duncan in 1930 and...

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Born in Middletown, Jefferson County, in 1908, Lawrence Winchester Wetherby was an attorney, commissioner of the Jefferson County Juvenile Court, and lieutenant governor (1947--1950) and governor (1950--1955) of Kentucky. Wetherby and his associates discuss his family history, Louisville...

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The complete collection record can be accessed on SPOKEdb, the Nunn Center's online collection catalog: http://kentuckyoralhistory.org/series/18785/b-happy-chandler-political-career-oral-...

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Albert Benjamin "Happy" Chandler, born in 1898 in Corydon, served in the Kentucky state senate (1929--1931), was lieutenant governor (1931--1935) and governor (1935--1939, 1955--1959) of Kentucky, was appointed United States senator in 1939 and elected for a second term in 1942, and...

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Earle C. Clements (1896--1985), born in Morganfield, was a United States congressman (1944--1947), governor of Kentucky (1947--1950), and a United States senator (1950--1956). He served as the Senate Democratic whip in 1953 and as acting majority leader in 1955. Clements was a close personal...

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Albert Benjamin "Happy" Chandler, his associates, journalists, and historians discuss his life and career. The interviews are being used for a proposed biography of Chandler by Charles P. Roland. The complete collection record can be accessed on SPOKEdb, the Nunn Center's online...

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