Doug Boyd, Ph.D.  Kentucky Oral History Commission Director, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, oversees thousands of tape interviews with Kentuckians from Robert Penn Warren to Kentucky farmers. In August 2006, Boyd is shown in the archival storage room where over 8,000 interview are stored.
Doug Boyd, Ph.D. Kentucky Oral History Commission Director, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, oversees thousands of tape interviews with Kentuckians from Robert Penn Warren to Kentucky farmers. In August 2006, Boyd is shown in the archival storage room where over 8,000 interview are stored. Herald-Leader file photo
Doug Boyd, Ph.D. Kentucky Oral History Commission Director, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, oversees thousands of tape interviews with Kentuckians from Robert Penn Warren to Kentucky farmers. In August 2006, Boyd is shown in the archival storage room where over 8,000 interview are stored. Herald-Leader file photo

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