Saving Stories

Saving Stories
1:36 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

KY Has Rich History Of Negative Campaigning

Lexington, KY – In This Edition of Saving Stories Dr. Doug Boyd, Tracy Campbell, And Alan Lytle Shine The Spotlight On One of the Nastiest Political Campaigns In Kentucky History.

Saving Stories
1:31 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

Happy Chandler, Major League Baseball & Breaking The Color Barrier

Lexington, KY – In This Edition of Saving Stories, Doug Boyd and Alan Lytle Recall Kentuckian A.B. Happy Chandler And His Role In Bringing Jackie Robinson To The Brooklyn Dodgers.

Saving Stories
1:26 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

Saving Stories From The Frontier Nursing Service

Lexington, KY – Dr. Doug Boyd From the Louie B. Nunn Center For Oral History In The UK Libraries Chats With Alan Lytle About The Frontier Nursing Service.

Saving Stories
1:20 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

More Memories of Alben Barkley

Lexington, KY – Part two of our series of remembrances of Harry Truman's Vice President and native Kentuckian, Alben Barkley.

Saving Stories
5:10 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

Memories Of The First Pol To Be Called Veep

Lexington, KY – In this edition of "Saving Stories" Dr. Doug Boyd and Alan Lytle recall the heyday of former Vice President Alben Barkley.

Saving Stories
5:06 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

Remembering "The Shot"

Photo courtesy of Big Blue Sports Archive

Lexington, KY – Dr. Doug Boyd, Deirdre Scaggs & Alan Lytle re-live one of the most dramatic moments in UK Basketball History.

Saving Stories
4:55 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

Martin Luther King & Robert Penn Warren

Lexington, KY – In this edition of "Saving Stories" Dr. Doug Boyd unearths a rare exchange between the Civil Rights Icon and a Kentucky author trying to understand the movement as it was happening.

Saving Stories
3:07 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

Dr. Markesbery Remembered

Lexington, KY – In this edition of "Saving Stories" Alan Lytle and Doug Boyd from the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the UK Libraries, mark the passing of UK's long-time director of the Sanders Brown Center on Aging, Dr. William Markesbery.

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