Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 30, 1992
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryAllen Nara and Larry Mayfield talk about the first drive-thru windows in Kentucky.
Some political jingles and campaigns from early Kentucky politicians are played.
Judy Austin talks about running her and her husband's buffalo farm and the tourism it brings to the area.
Cindy Black talks about her Christmas decorations and tells some stories about some of the items she has in her collection.
Bastin tells a story about a famous wedding in Kentucky from the perspective of the fictional Uncle Dan. It is revealed that the wedding was for Abraham Lincoln's parents.
Michael Price talks about the declining population in Kentucky.
Bastin concludes by talking about Happy Chandler's 1971 political campaign.
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Interview LC SubjectKentucky. Kentucky--Politics and government. Christmas decorations. Fast food restaurants. Banks and banking. Political campaigns--Kentucky. Old-time music. Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991. Land use, Rural--Kentucky. Wildlife conservation. Farmers. Tourism--Kentucky. Crafts and decorating. Wedding. Population--Kentucky. Demography. Childbirth--Statistics--Kentucky. Taxation--Law and legislation--Kentucky.
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