Segregation

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63 minutes. Mrs. Ann Rhody Hatterick describes her childhood in Frankfort before 1941. She describes the library in the Women's Club. She discusses the influence of her father, James B. Rhody, on her life.

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27 minutes. Mrs. Barbara Louise Fields White describes her life growing up in Frankfort and her education at Mayo Underwood High School. She discussed her career in state government as the first African American State Registrar in Vital Statistics. She shares her memories as a patron and...

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45 minutes. Ms. Mary Elizabeth Clay recalls going to the small African American library on Mero Street as well as her first day at Paul Sawyier Public Library. She discusses changes in PSPL during her fourteen years on the staff.

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Collection of miscellaneous interviews not associated with an oral history project.

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