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    • Video Interview with Richard Bellando, Part II

    • Richard Bellando was co-owner and vice president in charge of sales and operation of Churchill Weavers and before that, served as the director of the Berea College Student Crafts Industries. He graduated from Berea College and did postgraduate...
    • 02/05/2008
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Richard Bellando, Part I

    • Richard Bellando was co-owner and vice president in charge of sales and operation of Churchill Weavers and before that, served as the director of the Berea College Student Crafts Industries. He graduated from Berea College and did postgraduate...
    • 02/05/2008
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Philis Alvic, Part II

    • Philis Alvic is an artist, weaver, and writer, who graduated from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. She received the Certificate of Excellence from the Handweavers Guild of America. She has published over 100 articles and papers on...
    • 02/05/2008
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Jerry Workman

    • Jerry Workman attended Berea College and took a job traveling and demonstrating on the Kentucky Art Train. He is a past president of KGAC. He spent most of his career working for Save the Children in Berea where he trained new craftsmen and gave...
    • 02/05/2008
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Philis Alvic, Part I

    • Philis Alvic is an artist, weaver, and writer, who graduated from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. She received the Certificate of Excellence from the Handweavers Guild of America. She has published over 100 articles and papers on...
    • 02/05/2008
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Wiliam Jennings Bryan Speaks in Frankfort, KY.

    • Sepia toned photo postcard showing image of William Jennings Bryan during his lectures at site for YMCA Building on Brdige Street on April 25, 1911. Bryan and other men are seated on a wooden platformand a crowd of people stand around the...
    • 04/25/1911
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5
    • "Flood Hazard KY 5-30-1927"

    • B&W photo postcard showing image of a flood in Hazard, KY in May 1927. Water floods houses, bridges, trees. Info written on the back of the card: ""This picture shows depo with water over the R.R. tracks and up in box cards. Was taken just before...
    • 05-30-1927
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5
    • Video Interview with Paul Hadley, Part II

    • Paul Hadley married one of the daughters of the founders of Churchill Weavers and eventually took over running the business. Paul represented the Department of Economic Development (later the Department of Commerce) that financed The Kentucky Art...
    • 06/08/2018
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Paul Hadley, Part I

    • Paul Hadley married one of the daughters of the founders of Churchill Weavers and eventually took over running the business. Paul represented the Department of Economic Development (later the Department of Commerce) that financed The Kentucky Art...
    • 06/08/2018
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Paul Hadley, Part III

    • Paul Hadley married one of the daughters of the founders of Churchill Weavers and eventually took over running the business. Paul represented the Department of Economic Development (later the Department of Commerce) that financed The Kentucky Art...
    • 06/08/2018
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Walter Cornelison

    • Walter Cornelison has spent over 60 years at Bybee Pottery in Waco. Webster Cornelison started the business in the early 1800s on land granted to Conrad Cornelison Jr. for service during the Revolutionary War and it has been family operated...
    • 08/12/2008
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Lester Pross

    • Lester Pross is a recognized Appalachian landscape painter and was the chair of the Berea College Art Department for many years. He was the first president of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen and in that capacity coordinated the...
    • 08/16/2007
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Neil Di Teresa

    • Neil Di Teresa is a painter and has been on the Berea College faculty since the early 1960s. He did his undergraduate work Pratt Institute and received an M.A. from the University of New Mexico. He has been the director of the Summer Puppetry...
    • 09/08/2007
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Boone Tavern Hotel of Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

    • "Owned and operated by Berea College: Boone Tavern Hotel is in the center of the campus on U.S. Highway 25, where the Cumberland foothills meet the blue grass. Of the 2,000 students enrolled this year, 93% have come from the mountain counties of...
    • 1/22/1945
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Postcards from Kentucky, Graphic 26;
    • Video Interview with Larry Hackley, Part I

    • Larry Hackley studied ceramics and sculpture and received an MFA in 1973 from the University of Kentucky. He taught ceramics and design prior to becoming a private folk art dealer. He opened Hackley Gallery in Winchester in 1995 where he continues...
    • 1/22/2009
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Larry Hackley, Part II

    • Larry Hackley studied ceramics and sculpture and received an MFA in 1973 from the University of Kentucky. He taught ceramics and design prior to becoming a private folk art dealer. He opened Hackley Gallery in Winchester in 1995 where he continues...
    • 1/22/2009
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Walter Hyleck, Part II

    • Walter Hyleck graduated with an MFA in ceramics and art history from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was a professor of fine art at Berea College from 1988 - 2008. He served as director of the Ceramic Apprenticeship Program and...
    • 1/22/2009
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Walter Hyleck, Part I

    • Walter Hyleck graduated with an MFA in ceramics and art history from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was a professor of fine art at Berea College from 1988 - 2008. He served as director of the Ceramic Apprenticeship Program and...
    • 1/22/2009
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project
    • Video Interview with Carole Pierce and Chris Pierce

    • Carole is a self taught artist who is inspired by nature. She is an accomplished weaver and exhibiting member of the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program and the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen.Chris is a retired Art Education professor from...
    • 1/22/2009
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission Collection; Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Craft History and Education Association (KCHEA) Oral History Project


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