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A collection of nearly 6,000 photographs of African American schools, teachers and students throughout the Southeastern United States. They were taken by Jackson Davis to demonstrate the wretched conditions of African American schools in the south and to show how they could be improved.
Includes over 8,000 oral history interviews. The Program concentrates on twentieth century Kentucky history with an emphasis on political history, Appalachia, Kentucky writers, and agriculture. Other topics include black history, University of Kentucky history, the history of broadcasting, the history of sports, Kentucky medical history, World War II and Vietnam.