Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 23, 1992
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryDavid Yancy talks about the "glass snake," a legless lizard found in Kentucky.
Bastin speaks with Larry Brinks about insurance salesman John Pirtle and discusses whether or not he sold a life insurance policy to General George Custer.
Bastin talks about Custer City and the classes of cities in Kentucky.
Janet Hoover talks about trending baby names in Kentucky and the rate of births in the state.
Randy Atcher talks about his family, the start of his music career, and his time on the television show "T-Bar-V."
Bastin talks about the Hopewell Cumberland Presbyterian Church and speaks with Dixie Hibbs about quilting and its relation to the church. Hibbs tells a story about a quilt made by women who attended the church.
Bastin visits the Market House Museum in Paducah, Kentucky, and speaks with Charles Manchester about some of the items there, notably the old fire truck they have on display.
Virginia Davis Lawson
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