76 minutes. Ms. Runge discusses her life in Madisonville, move to Louisville, her teaching career, and joining First Unitarian Church. Rebuilding church after 1985 fire and First Unitarian Church's social justice involvement.
90 minutes. Ms. Johnson discusses joining the First Unitarian Church with her family in 1957, as well as her family, their careers, and their service to the church.
44 minutes. Mr. Grossman shares his background, career, and experiences as a member of First Unitarian Church. He recalls his experience as the architect when the church was rebuilt after the 1985 fire.
65 minutes. Mr. Webber recalls his early life in Massachusetts, New York, and Philadelphia, his family and parents involvement in the Unitarian Church, and his eventual move to Louisville. He describes his work histoy and his career in building and repairing church organs.
90 minutes. Ms. Beal and her husband, Rev. Richard Beal, discuss Rev. Beal's 15-year career as a minster, including coming to First Unitarian Church, and their involvement in social justice campaigns.
90 minutes. Ms. Wilburn discusses her recollections of her family, church work, ministers, Heywood House, a 1985 fire, and her life in the First Unitarian Church Louisville, Ky.
75 minutes. Ms. Moore recalls her background and how she eventually moved to Kentucky after college, joining the Unitarian Church, her involvement in the church and in social justice caues, especially busing and school desegregation in Louisville.
120 minutes. Ms. Ulinski tells personal family stories, remembrances of early First Unitarian ministers, and her time in the church choir.
The First Unitarian Church Louisville Collection contains oral histories of 10 members who joined First Unitarian Church more than 50 years ago. The church has played an important role in Louisville's history since it was founded in 1830. The church and its members have been active in women...