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2014-2015 Interns

Ann Baillie

Ann Baillie 

Cakes & Ale Club records 

Ann Baillie is processing a collection related to prominent Lexington lawyer and library advocate Samuel M. Wilson, who founded the Cakes & Ale Club. The collection relates to lawyers, literature and dinner parties, but is relevant as a piece of local history. Baillie is a sophomore in the Honors Program majoring in English with a minor in Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies. She is interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Library Science.

 

Faith vanMeter

Faith vanMeter

Narcotics Farm “hidden collection”

Faith vanMeter is compiling a variety of primary sources to document the history of Lexington’s “narcotics farm,” which treated and experimented on individuals with substance abuse issues from the early through mid-20th century. VanMeter's work dovetails with her current research on drug treatment and policy in the United States. VanMeter is a senior and a Chellgren Fellow majoring in psychology, with plans to pursue a advanced studies degree in Clinical Psychology.

 

Kristen Thornsberry     Lauren Farmer

Thornsberry              Farmer

Faulconer, Johnstone, Shelby,  Tevis and Potter papers

Lauren Farmer and Kristin Thornberry are processing this larger collection of various family papers documenting Kentucky history on such topics as the hemp industry, Southern economics, slave records and genealogy. Farmer is a senior majoring in secondary Social Studies Education interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Library Science. Thornsberry is a junior majoring in History with a minor in Appalachian Studies interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Library Science.


2013-2014 Interns


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 Katie Elmore is a junior pursuing a major in History and Anthropology. Elmore is processing the Daniel Drake Carter letters (1837-1879), a collection focusing on the scarlet fever epidemic of 1876-1879. 

 







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 Qaaim Stainback is a senior majoring in History with a minor in Political Science. Stainback is processing three subseries from the Wade Hall Collection of American Letters that cover mental health policy, African-American history, and LGBT issues in the early 20th century. 







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 Stephanie Gibson is a senior majoring in Classics and History and a member of the University Scholars program. In partnership with the UK Office of Undergraduate Research, Stephanie is processing the E.F. Spears and Sons hemp records (1901-1904).




 



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 Dominique Luster is a senior majoring in theater with a focus on dramaturgy. Dominique is processing the Ron Nickell Playbill Collection (1980-1981).









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 Nicole Priest is a senior majoring in History with a minor in Political Science. Nicole is processing three subseries from the Wade Hall Collection of American Letters that cover mental health policy, African-American history, and LGBT issues in the early 20th century.