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The University of Kentucky Oral History Program recently named its University of Kentucky Alumni/Faculty Oral History Collection in honor of UK's tenth president Charles T. Wethington, Jr. The collection contains over 600 interviews with UK alumni and faculty and is an invaluable resource for researchers of University of Kentucky history and the history of higher education.
Access to the collection is available through the University of Kentucky Oral History Program. A listing of the Alumni/Faculty interviews is available on-line via the Oral History Program's Oral History Projects Database, by searching for the Project Title: "Alumni/Faculty."
For more information concerning the collection contact Doug Boyd.