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African Americans -- Education -- Kentucky

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Central Colored School project files

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1999_111-UA
Content Description Consists of files and oral history tapes produced by Judi Jennings and Carl Ryant in the course of a project dealing with the Central Colored School. The Central Colored School was established in 1873, and the building was the first in Kentucky built specifically as a public school for African Americans. It was renamed the Mary D. Hill School in 1917, and was used as a school building until it closed in 1970. These papers consist primarily of materials relating to the grant obtained to fund the...
Dates: 1992-1994

Lincoln Institute of Kentucky scrapbooks and photograph album (microfilm)

 Collection
Identifier: 1973_472-UA
Content Description The scrapbooks and photograph album document the school's history from its founding to 1971. The volumes include newspaper clippings, correspondence, promotional literature, printed programs, periodic reports, minutes, legal papers, and typescripts of brief historical narratives and speeches. Microfilmed by University of Louisville, University Archives and Records Center,
Dates: 1904-1971

Lincoln Institute photographs from scrapbook

 Unprocessed — Folder 1
Identifier: 1979_053-PA

George D. Wilson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1989_115-UA
Scope and Contents Wilson's papers document his teaching career including publications of the Kentucky Negro Education Association and the Kentucky Teachers Association, reports of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, and correspondence and audits for the Red Cross Hospital in Louisville dating from 1965 to 1970.
Dates: 1923-1988