In this collection, photographers in Kentucky discuss their careers. The old Lexington Camera Club is extensively mentioned. The Lexington Camera Club was founded around 1936 and disbanded in the early 1970's. It was the longest running photography club in Kentucky. After the club was disbanded a new club was formed called the Creative Camera Club. Interviewees discuss how they became interested in photography and the evolution of methods used from the 1930's onwards.
|Interviewee(s)||Interview Date||Call Number||Interviewer||Access||Transcript|
|W. Brooks Hamilton||February 21st, 1978||1978OH007 KH 015||Gerald Munoff||No Restrictions||No|
|W. Brooks Hamilton||June 20th, 1978||1978OH059 KH 031||Gerald Munoff||No Restrictions||No|
|Eugene B. Bradley||June 21st, 1978||1978OH060 KH 032||Gerald Munoff||No Restrictions||No|
|Z.S. Gierlach||June 23rd, 1978||1978OH063 KH 033||Gerald Munoff||No Restrictions||No|
|W. Brooks Hamilton||June 10th, 1980||1980OH126 KH 169||Gerald Munoff||No Restrictions||No|
|Ralph E. Johnson||April 4th, 1985||1985OH077 KH 307||Patricia DeYoung||No Restrictions||No|