The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
African American heritage in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky
Repository: Western Kentucky University. Department of Library Special Collections
Collection Description (Extant): This collection contains tape recorded interviews conducted by Maxine Ray and Theresa Lee. The interviews deal with the heritage of African Americans in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky. This project was sponsored by a grant from the Kentucky Oral History Commission.
Digital Status: No
Extent: 3 boxes (56 items. Cassette tapes, donor forms
Finding Aid: Finding aid is available at repository.
Interviewees: Martha Amerson, Howard Bailey, Porter W. Bailey, Dwight Barnett, Clyde Marie Bibbs, Carla Rodgers Brown, Cedric Burnam, Marjorie Butts, Joy Cornelius, James B. Davis, Alene Denning, Joe Denning, John B. Edmonds, Josephine Herndon Granger, John Hardin, Bea Isabele, Timothy James, Ethel Ray Leatherman, Shalley Lee, Walter A. Lee Sr., Theresa Lee, Harold Little, John Long, Marvin Loving, David Gordon Milliken, Asti Chena Offutt, Don Carlos Offutt, Marion Chantay Offutt, Herbert Oldham, Griffie Parrish, Sylvia Parrish, Bobby D. Ray, Shawnetta Ray, Carl Rodgers, Joan C. Rodgers, Prince Henry Skiles, Nedra Smith (Offutt), Ursula D. Snead, Alice Starks, Bernadette Tardy, Edna Potter Viers, James Walker, James Walker, Hesterlene Whitfield, Vivian Withrow
Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights
African Americans--Civil rights--Kentucky
Bowling Green (Ky.)