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Governor Louie B. Nunn Records, 1967-1971

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Tim Tingle


Governor Louie B. Nunn Records




Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives Frankfort, KY 40601-0537 USA

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation Note

Governor Louie B. Nunn Records, 1967-1971, Ky-Ar1211, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort.


0.2 cubic ft.


Governor Louie B. Nunn served in office from 1967-1971 as a Republican Party affiliate. Originally from Barren County, KY, Nunn continued to reside in that county. His occupation was a Lawyer. Governor Nunn worked with the Democratic General Assembly to achieve most of his goals, including increased funding for colleges and universities, mental health facilities, and state parks. Louie B. Nunn is noted for sending the National Guard to Louisville and Lexington in response to civil rights and anti-war disturbances.

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Copyright has not been assigned to the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives.

Collection Inventory

Governor's Speech File
Scope and Content Note:

These are drafts of speeches that may or may not have been given in this form. They were accessioned from a collection of papers offered to KDLA by the Frankfort law offices of Joseph Leary. Mr. Leary was extensively involved in the political history of the state, as an advisor and speech writer for several prominent public figures. including several governors.

Governor's Speech File, 1968
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