Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 21, 1992
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryRuth Warner talks about the Thomas Edison House in Louisville, Kentucky, and the time Edison spent there.
Bastin briefly talks about yards and grasses in Kentucky.
Bastin visits the Kentucky Revenue Cabinet to talk about abandoned safety deposit boxes with Belinda Cassey and John Colbertson. They talk about where the items come from and what is done with them.
A montage of stories by Wayne Smith is played to celebrate his 35th anniversary as pastor of Southland Christian Church.
Bastin gives an update on the Kentucky Edition Quartet mentioned in a previous issue.
Ed Tonini talks about the oral history project "Eagles Over the Gulf" and some live cockpit recordings of pilots are played.
Bastin talks about the Big Sandy Valley and how it became a part of Kentucky.
Biologist Tom Edwards talks about the efforts to bring river otters back to Kentucky.
Bastin returns to the Thomas Edison House to speak more with Ruth Warner and talk about some of Edison's inventions.
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