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  • Subject: Segregation in education
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    • Oral history interview with Amelia Ray.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; Race relations; Louisville Municipal College for Negroes (Louisville, Ky.); University of Louisville; Civil rights
    • Oral history interview with Mrs. Amelia Ray, conducted on August 25, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mrs. Ray discusses her early life and upbringing in Tennessee as well as her life in Louisville. Mrs. Ray moved to Louisville in 1934 and attended...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, automotive class, 1932.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); Students; African Americans; Engines; Vocational education; Schools; People; Segregation in education
    • Several groups of African American men work on engines in a brick room with large windows. One man wears a suit and is probably the instructor while the others wear sweaters and slacks. One sign on the wall shows a Chrysler transmission and another...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, typing class, 1932.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); Students; African Americans; Typewriters; Vocational education; Schools; People; Segregation in education
    • A woman watches a young lady typing. Three others are also practicing at their typewriters. Each short desk has one or two typewriters and a larger table has a book, pen, paper, and calendar on it. A radiator sits between two windows which show...
    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; African American social workers; African American educators; African American college teachers; Segregation in education; Civil rights leaders; Lincoln Institute...
    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love, conducted on October 2, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Dr. Love was a U of L professor and administrator, and sister of civil rights leader Whitney Young, Jr. Dr. Love discusses her parents, Laura and...
    • Oral history interview with Charles H. Parrish, Jr.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; African American college teachers; African American educators; African American newspapers; Integration; Segregation in education; Race relations; Baptists;...
    • Oral history interview conducted with sociologist Charles H. Parrish, Jr. on December 1 and 14, 1976 and February 21, 1977 by Dwayne Cox and William Morison. Dr. Parrish discusses his father, Charles H. Parrish, Sr., who was a Baptist minister and...
    • Oral history interview with Maurice Rabb.

    • African Americans; African American physicians; African Americans--Hospitals; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; African Americans--Medical care; Hospitals; Medical education; Race...
    • Oral history interview with Louisville physician Maurice Rabb. Dr. Rabb discusses his early life and education in Mississippi. He speaks of his experiences as a student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, comparing race relations in his...
    • Oral history interview with Murray Atkins Walls and John Walls.

    • African Americans; Race relations; Civil rights demonstrations; Civil rights; Louisville Free Public Library; Girl Scouts; Libraries; Integration; African Americans--Social conditions
    • Oral history interview with Murray Atkins Walls and John Walls, conducted July 27, 1977 by Dwayne Cox. Most of the interview focuses on Murray Atkins Walls, although her husband, John Walls, is also an active participant. They were both involved in...
    • Oral history interview with James “Jimmy” Stewart.

    • Segregation in education; African American construction workers; Construction workers; African Americans; Labor unions; Race relations; Laborers' International Union of North America; Women construction workers; African Americans--Employment; A....
    • Oral history interview conducted with James "Jimmy" Stewart on April 4, 1979 by Mary Bobo. Mr. Stewart, business manager for Local 576 of the Laborers' International Union of North America discusses segregation in education in Tennessee where he...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, dining room, 1932.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); Dining rooms; Schools; African Americans; Women; People; Segregation in education
    • A number of young African American women set the tables at the Lincoln Institute dining room. Each woman wears a white apron over her clothes. The tables are covered with white paper or cloth and wood chairs are pulled up. Silverware is laid out...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, football team, 1932.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); Football players; African Americans; Schools; People; Segregation in education
    • A group of mostly African American men pose for a photograph next to a goalpost. Most wear dark long-sleeved tops and knee length light-colored pants. Some hold helmets and others have footballs in their hands. To the sides are two men who may be...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, graduation, 1937.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); Group portraits; Schools; Graduation ceremonies; African Americans; People; Segregation in education
    • About forty men and women pose in front of the doors of a building at the Lincoln Institute. They hold diplomas from their graduation in hand and wear corsages on their shoulders. The men wear dark suits with light shirts and black bowties while...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, students, 1937.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); African Americans; Students; Schools; Segregation in education; People
    • Several hundred students from the Lincoln Institute stand in a tight group and smile up at the camera. Two men in suits stand in the center of the front row. They are probably teachers or administrators of the Lincoln Institute. The children wear...
    • Okolona school bus, Okolona, Kentucky.

    • School buses; Children; African Americans; Segregation in education
    • African American children boarding and seated on school bus heading to a presumably segregated school, Okolona, Kentucky. Bus is mostly full and adorned with bus company's name: V. Lewis & Sons. Title supplied by cataloger.

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