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Name Kentucky Library & Museum (WKU)
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Bowling Green Morning Messenger
Sacked Out, Vol. I, No. 9, 7/6/1985, Fourth of July Picnic

Park City Daily News
Children's History Workshop Set, 6/11/1981
Given, Elise. Movin' On: Log Cabin Hauled to New Spot in Three-Day Team Production, 6/22/1980, Felts Log House
Kerrick, Sara-Lois. Weddings Live on in Museum's New Exhibit, 10/7/1983
Kinsner, Sandy. Class Shows Reliving History is the Way to Learn It, 7/5/1981
Morgan, Stacy. Harry Jackson Maintains Lifelong Interest in Art, 4/3/1984
Quilt Seminar Set in Conjunction with Quilt Exhibit, 3/12/1981
Reels, Joyce. Kentucky Library Houses State History, 2/19/1967
Restoration, 10/20/1980, Felts Log House
Ribar, Richard. Kaleidoscope USA, 10/7/1979
Telli, Andrew. Toyland, Toyland: Museum Visitors Discover Treasure Trove of Playthings from the Past, 12/19/1982
Wade, Debi. Museum Exhibits Collection of 'Little People,' 12/4/1984, dolls
Wade, Debi. Political Science: Campaign Buttons, Banners Provide Concise History of American Politics, 9/11/1984

Edmonson County News
April 3 is Family Day, 3/25/1982

Louisville Courier-Journal
Lansdell, Sarah. WKU Exhibit Represents Lifetime Pursuit of Art, 7/6/1980, Harry Jackson Collection
Osinski, Bill. I Want to Get Back . . . War Hero, Renowned Surgeon Hasn't Forgotten Roots, 7/13/1980, Clyde Ray Franklin
Osinski, Bill. Log Home Gets New Location, New Purpose, 6/1980, Felts Log House
Cabin Cruising, 6/21/1980, Felts Log House
Learning About the Past, 7/17/1981

Russellville News Democrat
Milliken, Rena. Log Cabin Moved to WKU Campus, 6/19/1980
Archives Entries 121
Library Entries 3
Object Entries 1
Photograph Entries 122

Associated Records

Image of Veterans History Project - Veterans History Project

Veterans History Project - Veterans History Project

Gray background with thin white border and four-color printing. Center features an eagle holding an American flag. Surrounding the center are photographs related to people in military service. Several of the photographs are credited to the Kentucky Library & Museum. Advertises a program that will include taping of veteran interviews. The tapes and any corollary material will be housed at the Kentucky Library & Museum. Quality of reproduced images is not good. 43.2 x 28 cm.

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Ed Hamilton Lecture Invitation - Center for Gifted Studies, WKU

Folder vertical invitation with a four-color cover showing sculptor Ed Hamilton molding a small human sculpture. The cover art was done by Alice Gatewood Waddell. The interior print is all black on white paper. The invitation is to a lecture by Ed Hamilton held on September 14, 2006 at the Kentucky Library & Museum, WKU. The event also would allow attendees to purchase Mr. Hamilton's new book, The Birth of an Artist: A Journey of Discovery. 16 x 11.6 cm. (Closed)

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Cookbook Sale - Kentucky Library

Flier for a Cookbook Sale sponsored by the Kentucky Library and Museum Associates on August 8, 2006 from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. The flier is four-color and on white copy paper. The background is light blue, a darker blue 1 cm. border is around the text (some is missing at the bottom). All text is blue and red. Features photos of several cookbook titles. 28 cm.

Image of UA1C WKU Archives Photograph Collection Series 6. Events Subseries 8. Exhibits - WKU Archives

UA1C WKU Archives Photograph Collection Series 6. Events Subseries 8. Exhibits - WKU Archives

Images of exhibits at Western Kentucky University and its founding institutions.

Image of Papers - Neal, Mary Julia, 1905-1995

Papers - Neal, Mary Julia, 1905-1995

Correspondence, speeches, and writings of Shaker scholar and English professor, Mary Julia Neal, a native of Auburn, Kentucky. Neal served as director of the Kentucky Library & Museum at Western Kentucky University from 1964 to 1972. Includes photos and correspondence with twentieth century eastern Shakers.

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Thank you letters, some with drawings, on manilla paper from elementary students who attended a program she gave at the Kentucky Library & Museum in 1987.

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Lions Club Family Night [announcement] -

Announcement and description about The Lions Club Family Night hosted by The Bowling Green Lions Club. Kentucky Library and Museum, Bowling Green, Ky., October 15, 1948. Includes 2 copies 20.9 x 10.3 cm.

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Papers - Anonymous

Materials collected by Western Kentucky University folk studies students for an exhibit titled "Scraps to Kentucky Quilts." Includes meeting minutes, publicity material, label information, data sheets for submitted quilts, negatives and proof sheets, and interviews with quiltmakers.

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Papers - Hodges, Patricia Ann (Morgan), b. 1931

Paper by Patricia Hodges to fulfill a requirement for a library science course at Western Kentucky University: "Preliminary Procedures Involved in the Compilation of a Guide ot the Manuscript Collections in the Kentucky Library."

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Papers - Hodges, Patricia Ann (Morgan), b. 1931

Materials relating to a National Public Radio interview of Patricia A. Hodges, conducted on 31 May 2004. Hodges speaks to host Neal Conan about efforts by the Kentucky Library & Museum to collect letters and e-mails of soldiers serving in the Iraq War. Includes Hodges' s notes, quotations from some letters and e-mails received to date, and a transcript and audio CD of the interview.

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Papers - Watkins, Dianne (Winkler), b. 1941

Typed biography titled "Julia Neal," which discusses the professional career of Neal (7 p.); two oral interviews with Neal conducted by Dianne Watkins which discuss Neal's career and particularly her work related to the Shakers at South Union, Kentucky; photocopy of Neal's first article on the South Union Shakers in 1926 is also included.

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Papers - Kentucky Library & Museum (WKU)

Materials relating to an effort by the Kentucky Library & Museum to collect letters and e-mails of soldiers serving in the Iraq War. Includes press releases, e-mails, notes, and newspaper articles.

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Materials relating to an effort by the Kentucky Library & Museum to collect letters and e-mails of soldiers serving in the Iraq War. Includes e-mails, newspaper articles, and information on sending supplies to troops.

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Papers - Robertson, Gabrielle, 1889-1970

Chiefly letters to Gabrielle Robertson, History Department faculty member, Western Kentucky University, 1916 to 1960. Of particular interest are those letters from former students serving in the military during World War II. Also includes genealogical materials and family photographs.

Image of Papers - Stabell, Sandra Lynn, b. 1958

Papers - Stabell, Sandra Lynn, b. 1958

Materials collected for the quilt exhibition "Remember Me When I am Gone" at the Kentucky Museum in 1995. Cheri L. Goldner, Jean Crandall, and Sandra L. Staebell interview quiltmakers about their friendship or memory quilts that were included in the exhibition. Also included are scripts narrated by Jean Crandall and Michael Carter, which describe the exhibition's quilts.

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Papers - Stoker, Gordon Alan

Application for an assistance grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the assessment and preservation of the audio recordings in Western Kentucky University's Folklife Archives. Also included is the final performance report "Preservation Assessment of Audio Recordings in Western Kentucky University's Folkore Archives."

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Papers - Kentucky Library & Museum

Correspondence between authors and researchers and staff of the Kentucky Library & Museum, primarily regarding historical and genealogical resources. Correspondents also write about their work and publications.

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Papers - Bousman, Louise Tate, b. 1906

Paper, 1935 (41-.) titled "Handwoven Textiles," written by Louise Tate Bousman, Louisville, Kentucky, which is a summary of material gathered for a textile show held at the Kentucky Library & Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. There are photos and samples included, and the paper is indexed. Also letters of Miss Bousman, 1935, 1945 (2), news clipping and printed item related to weaving, 1935-1945

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Inner Light, A KLM exhibit -

Poster for Inner Light, A KLM exhibit of The Shaker Legacy. Photographs by Linda Butler.

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America on Stage 200 Years of Performing Arts -

A handout (post card) advertising exhibit which included a playbill from Kentucky Library MSS collection (not mentioned in this handout) MSS 701, C1-D1, 17. Also includes a letter from Spencer Welch of IBM who sponsored the exhibit at the Kennedy Center.