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Carolyn S. Bratt Oral History Project

Project Summary

This is a series of interviews with activist and emeritus law professor at the University of Kentucky Carolyn S. Bratt. She was the first woman to serve on the University of Kentucky's Board of Trustees. She served as legal advisor to Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown's Commission on Full Equality for Women as well as the Association of American University Women's National Legal Advocacy Fund. She was chair of Kentucky Governor Martha Layne Collin's Governor's Commission on Women. She was also a member of the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance.

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Interviews in this Project (4 Total):

Interview Accession Number: 2016oh064_af847
Interviewer: Terry L. Birdwhistell
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Interview Accession Number: 2016oh065_af848
Interviewer: Terry L. Birdwhistell
Restrictions: Restrictions Apply
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Interview Accession Number: 2016oh066_af849
Interviewer: Terry L. Birdwhistell
Restrictions: Restrictions Apply
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Interview Accession Number: 2016oh067_af850
Interviewer: Terry L. Birdwhistell
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