70 Years Ago, Marshall Webb Carved his Name in a Wall in Tremensuoli, Italy

70 Years Ago, Marshall Webb Carved his Name in a Wall in Tremensuoli, Italy

This video tells the recent story of one researcher’s discovery, connecting a name carved in the wall in the small town of Tremensuoli, Italy in 1944 to an archived oral history interview with Marshall Webb of Campbellsville, Kentucky, and the...
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Nunn Center Interviews Actor Steve Zahn About Supporting Veterans

Nunn Center Interviews Actor Steve Zahn About Supporting Veterans

The Nunn Center has conducted numerous interviews over the years with veterans who fought in wars ranging from World War I, and World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, up to the present wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Typically...
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Senator Wendell Ford and Government Shutdown

Senator Wendell Ford and Government Shutdown

The latest episode of Saving Stories on WUKY features Nunn Center Director Doug Boyd talking to Alan Lytle about an oral history interview with Senator Wendell H. Ford featuring a frank discussion about political gridlock, compromise and government shutdown. ...
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Kentucky Bourbon Tales

Kentucky Bourbon Tales

We can now officially announce Kentucky Bourbon Tales, a partnership with the Kentucky Distillers Association and Bourbon industry to document an industry that is so vital to Kentucky’s history and culture.  Read this story for more information.  We ...
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Saving Stories features Negative Campaigning and Oral History

Saving Stories features Negative Campaigning and Oral History

The latest episode of Saving Stories on WUKY features Nunn Center Director Doug Boyd and University of Kentucky historian and Director of the Wendall H. Ford Public Policy Research Center  Tracy Campbell, both discussing the tradition of negative campaigning...
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