Collection includes letters, class notes, clippings, honors, and ephemera from civic and social organizations.
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5 linear feet (4 records center boxes and 4 plaques)
The Perrys were prominent members of the African American community in Louisville. Victor K. Perry (circa 1905-1996) taught physics at Central High School from the 1920s to the 1950s, as well as coaching the football team. Peggy Perry worked for the Defense Mapping Agency. Victor was grandson of William H. Perry, Sr. for whom Louisville’s Roosevelt-Perry Elementary School was named.
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