Interviews conducted by Sara Tyler with Gayle Carver and L.Y. Lancaster. The majority of the interviews are about the history of the Kentucky Building and Kentucky Museum collections. There is also information regarding WKU in the 1910s through 1950s, student activities, WKU Bookstore, faculty and staff members, Henry Cherry and other information about the early history of WKU.
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Tyler, Sara; Lancaster, L. Y.; and Carver, Gayle, "UA37/6 Gayle Carver & L.Y. Lancaster Interview" (1973). Faculty/Staff Personal Papers. Paper 179.
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