Henderson Kentucky: In Days Gone By Video Documentary

Project: Bonnet Productions: North Middle School, Henderson County (KY) Oral History Project

Interview Summary

Program: "Henderson Kentucky: In Days Gone By." This documentary is a collection of early silent film clips featuring businesses and citizens in Henderson. From the opening credits:

"The video presentation you are about to see was made possible by Mrs. Emily Quinn Bennett. The sixteen film clips are from her film library. The early film sequences were photographed by Mrs. Bennett's father Mr. Roy Quinn, circa 1923. The following is a list of merchants and their places of business.

Taylor Bros. - Joe, Virgil, and Roy with Wallace Haines
Quinn Bros. -- Arthur, and Walter
Mann Bros. - Arthur, Bert, and Clarence with Henry Day, Bill Davis, Lorenzo Camp, and Forest Tapp.
Feix -- Al. J. Feix
Cumberland T&L -- Herman Crawford
Starr and Thompson -- Gus Starr, Henry [???] with Grace and Bill Watson
Army Navy Store -- Ben Bernstein
La[??] and Craig
Kentucky Bakery
Cleaner - Leigh Harris and Walter Smith
Hurley Paint -- Lee Hurley (???)
John Cloudy
Schapp Hotel
Jessie Craig."

This documentary is part of an educational media project under the direction of Henderson County North Middle School teacher Roy Pullam.

Interview Accession

2022oh0638_hchs0336

Interviewee Name

Henderson Kentucky: In Days Gone By

Interviewer Name

R. W. Martin

Charles Kissinger

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