Laura Ann Solomon Collection
Western Kentucky University Folklife ArchivesBowling Green, Kentucky, 42101-3576 USA
Conditions Governing Access note
Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation Note
[Identification of item] Laura Ann Solomon Collection, FA140,Library Special Collections, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green.
1 folder. 13 items. 1 cassette tape. 7 photographs (color).
Scope and Content
Black History in Bowling Green. Interview (transcribed) with Henry K. Alexander, 1926- a Bowling Green native who was the first black to attend Western Vocational Trade School and who has been involved with the Bowling Green chapter of the NAACP.
- 1. Alexander, Henry Keel, 1926-
- 2. Athletes - Bowling Green, 1930
- 3. Balls, Curtis
- 4. Blacks - Athletes
- 5. Blacks - Attitudes Towards - Bowling Green
- 6. Blacks - Bowling Green
- 7. Blacks - Civil rights
- 8. Blacks - Education
- 9. Blacks - Housing
- 10. Blacks - Occupations
- 11. Blacks - Politics and Government
- 12. Blacks - Segregation
- 13. Blacks - Social conditions and welfare
- 14. Bowling Green - Blacks
- 15. Cherry, Henry Hardin, 1864-1937 - Comments about, 1990
- 16. Civil rights - Bowling Green, 1952
- 17. Discrimination in education
- 18. Downing, Dero Goodman, 1921- -Comments about, 1990
- 19. Football - Bowling Green, ca 1943
- 20. Jones, Henry
- 21. Jonesville, Warren County
- 22. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - Bowling Green, 1952
- 23. Politics, Practical - Blacks - Warren County
- 24. Segregation in education
- 26. State Street High School
- 27. State Street High School - Football, 1943
- 28. Thompson, Edwin Kelly, 1909 - -Comments about, 1990
- 29. Voter Registration - Blacks - Warren County
- 30. Western Kentucky University - Attitudes towards, 1990
- 31. Western Vocational Trade School, Bowling Green
- 32. Whitlock, Ron
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