Owensboro-Daviess County: Race Relations, 1930-1970 Oral History Project


Collection Id: 
OHODCH
Description: 

This project focuses on racial issues in Owensboro, Kentucky. Interviewees, including ministers, students, city officials, educators, and musicians, discuss racial segregation and integration in Owensboro. Other topics include attitudes towards racism, school system and the importance of education, and the African American Community in Owensboro.

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Master type: 
Mixed
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Interviews included in this project:
Interviewee(s) Interview Date Call Number Interviewer Restrictions Access
Malcolm Walker May 11th, 1999 1999OH001 ODCH 001 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
R.L. McFarland, Sr. May 22nd, 1999 1999OH002 ODCH 002 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
David Kelly May 26th, 1999 1999OH003 ODCH 003 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
Harry E. Fields June 17th, 1999 1999OH004 ODCH 004 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
Florence Tapp June 23rd, 1999 1999OH005 ODCH 005 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
Georgia Hall June 28th, 1999 1999OH006 ODCH 006 Daniel Hidenbrandt No Restrictions
Olive Burroughs June 30th, 1999 1999OH007 ODCH 007 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
Tony Wimsatt July 8th, 1999 1999OH008 ODCH 008 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
Grant Talbot III May 12th, 1999 1999OH009 ODCH 009 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
Minnie James 1999OH010 ODCH 010 Daniel Hildenbrandt No Restrictions
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