Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 31, 1993
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryIn this issue of "Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine," Glen Bastin interviews Hugh Haynie, political cartoonist for the Louisville Courier-Journal Newspaper. They discuss his career, how his career started, and the details hidden in his cartoons.
Glen Bastin then speaks with James Sames, an individual who has walked across Kentucky. Their conversation centers on photogrammetry and the Kentucky state line.
Bastin also meets with Colonel J.B. Matthews to discuss the history and current programs of the Salvation Army in Kentucky.
Additionally, Glen Bastin speaks with Doris Carter about her father H.I. Miranda. They discuss his rock garden and his relationship with Governor "Happy" Chandler. A recording of "Happy" Chandler singing "Come Back to Kentucky," a song written by H.I. Miranda, is provided.
Then, an interview with Governor Louie Nunn. First, Nunn provides a tour of his home, Park, Kentucky. Glen Bastin then sits down and interviews Governor Nunn. They discuss protests under his administration, improvements in mental health and child welfare, the controversial sales tax, improvements in roads, and his relationships with other politicians. The interview concludes with a funny story from Governor Louie Nunn's time in office.
J. B. Matthews
Louie B. Nunn, Sr.
Albert Benjamin "Happy" Chandler
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