Lawrence W. Hager papers

Abstract

The Lawrence W. Hager papers (dated 1842-1997, undated; 32.86 cubic feet; 66 boxes, 2 items, 2 reels) comprise photographs, clippings, correspondence, and administrative files that document the life, career, and family of former editor and publisher of the Owensboro Messenger-Inquire newspaper, Lawrence W. Hager. The collection also reflects the history and growth of the western Kentucky community of Owensboro and Daviess County during much of the twentieth century.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Lawrence W. Hager papers
Extent
32.86 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Journalists -- Kentucky
Newspaper publishing -- Kentucky.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged into 8 series by subject and format: Hager family, Owensboro Publishing Company, Owensboro/Daviess County, Personal papers, Politics, Public service, Photographs, and Audiovisual materials.
Finding Aid Author
Sarah Mackenzie Wade
Preferred Citation
97ms501 : [identification of item], Lawrence W. Hager papers, 1842-1997, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Lawrence W. Hager was born in Louisville, Kentucky on May 28, 1890 to parents Samuel Wilber Hager and Bessie White Hager. His first newspaper job was as a reporter for the State Journal in Frankfort, Kentucky in the summer of 1908. After receiving a Master of Arts degree from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky at the age of twenty, Hager relocated to Owensboro to help with his father's evening newspaper, the Owensboro Inquirer. A former state auditor and treasurer, S. W. Hager won the Democratic nomination for governor in 1907, but lost the general election. He purchased the Owensboro Inquirer in 1909. Lawrence Hager helped to establish the Owensboro-Daviess County Chamber of Commerce in 1913. In 1914, Hager became managing editor of the Owensboro Inquirer and in 1915, he helped to organize the Owensboro Rotary Club. Hager also founded the Goodfellows Club in 1916, an organization that hosted annual Christmas parties for thousands of underprivileged children. In 1917, Hager enlisted in the Army and served as an artillery officer in the American Expeditionary Forces in France. S. W. Hager died in 1918 shortly before Lawrence returned from France. Upon Lawrence's return, he became editor and publisher of the Inquirer and his brother W. Bruce Hager became general manager of the newspaper. On June 5, 1921, Lawrence married the former Martha Augusta Brown of Parkersburg, West Virginia. Hager founded the Owensboro Publishing Company in 1928 and became chairman of the board. By 1929, he had consolidated Owensboro's two newspapers by buying the Messenger from Urey Woodson to form the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer. He founded the Owensboro Broadcasting Company in 1936 and in 1938 he started WOMI, the city's first radio station. In 1950, as a member of the board of trustees for Kentucky Wesleyan College, Hager helped to raise one million dollars to bring the college to Owensboro from its location in Winchester. In 1965, he was given an honorary degree by Kentucky Wesleyan College for his service to the college and the community. Also in 1965, Hager was honored by the University of Kentucky for his service to education in the commonwealth. In 1970, the Kentucky Press Association presented him with the Edwards M. Templin Award for community service through journalism. Lawrence W. Hager died in 1982. His two sons, John S. Hager, and Lawrence W. Hager, Jr. continued to publish the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer until it was sold in 1996.
Scope and Content
The Lawrence W. Hager papers (dated 1842-1997, undated; 32.86 cubic feet; 66 boxes, 2 items, 2 reels) comprise photographs, clippings, correspondence, and administrative files that document the life, career, and family of former editor and publisher of the Owensboro Messenger-Inquire newspaper, Lawrence W. Hager. The collection also reflects the history and growth of the western Kentucky community of Owensboro and Daviess County during much of the twentieth century.
Personal papers for Hager include biographies and correspondence on his education and marriage. Hager's relationship with local, state, and national politicians is reflected through correspondence and clippings. Documents for the Hager and White families consist of genealogies, materials for the gubernatorial campaign of Hager's father S. W. Hager, and files on the life and career of Hager's son, John S. Hager. Administrative files that document the founding and management of the Messenger-Inquirer newspaper include editorials, correspondence, and records of labor issues and equipment selection. The Owensboro/Daviess County series contains histories and clippings on the development and growth of the region.
The collection also features family photograph albums and portraits, photographs of Owensboro street scenes and distilleries, film reels that document the opening of the new Messenger-Inquirer building, and audio recordings of the 1978 Lawrence W. Hager Rotary Day and Transylvania College's 175th Anniversary Celebration.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Hager family, 1858-1996, undated

Comprises Hager and White family clippings, correspondence, and genealogies. Also includes material on the life and career of John S. Hager. Of particular interest is Bessie White Hager's Recollections information on the political career of S. W. Hager, and John Hager's involvement with the Owensboro Citizens Committee on Higher Education and the establishment of the Owensboro Community College.

Bessie White Hager, 1858-1978, undated

Accounts, Bills, 1909-1945

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Alumni Catalogue of the University of Michigan: 1837-1921 , 1923

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Autograph book, undated

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Clippings-Hager Public Life, 1924

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 64
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Clippings-Hager Family Public Life-S.W. Hager, 1858-1918

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Clippings-Hager Family Public Life-S.W. Hager, 1918

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Clippings-Hager Family Public Life-Lawrence W. Hager Sr, W. Bruce Hager, George C. Hager, White-Hager, 1938-1968

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Clippings-Home Interests, 1920s, 1947

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Clippings-Industrial Progress, undated

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Clippings-Philosophy of Life, Her Family, 1968

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Correspondence, undated

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Diary entries at University of Michigan, 1881

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Owensboro Publishing Company, stock transfer for grandchildren, 1940 June 29

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Recollections and White family genealogy, 1941

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 7-8
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Laura White, Old First Christian Church, Ashland, Kentucky, National Register of Historic Places, undated

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 9
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White family history, undated

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 10
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John D. White obituary and information, undated

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Memorial gift to the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy correspondence, 1978

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Obituary, 1950 April 16

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State Board of Pharmacy of Kentucky v. White lawsuit, undated

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White family documents, undated

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 15
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Clippings-The Arts, 1900s

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Clippings-United State History-Current Affairs, 1864-1950

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Clippings- Kentucky History-Current Affairs, 1900s

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World History-Current Affairs-Europe, Africa, Russia, 1936, undated

  • Box 97ms501-49, folder 11
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Postcard Collection-Europe, 1906-1921

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Postcard Collection-Florida, 1906-1921

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Postcard Collection-New York, Washington D.C., 1906-1921

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Postcard Collection-U.S., Southeast, 1906-1921

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Correspondence before her marriage in 1885, 1873-1874

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Correspondence after her marriage in 1885, 1903-1948

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Correspondence to Dr. Pope, 1918

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Sara W. Mahan-Correspondence, 1934-1948

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Correspondence Re: Claim on Laurel County Coal Mines, 1929, 1930, 1932, 1933, 1936

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Correspondence Re: Claim on Salt Mines, 1839-1947

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Correspondence-Real Estate, 1929, 1934, 1935, 1950

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Laura R. White Estate, 1934

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Laura R. White Estate-Correspondence with Estate Accountant, 1930-1948

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Papers and Correspondence Re: Laura's Estate, 1924,1929, 1930,1937

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Lawsuit with Mrs. Sudie Sevier, 1928-1946

  • Box 97ms501-49, folder 28
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Goose Creek Lumber Co. v. Laura R. White, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-49, folder 29
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John Hager, 1903-1996, undated

Correspondence, 1942-1947, 1975-1980

1942-1945

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1947

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1975-1979

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1980 March

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1980 April

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1980 May 1-15

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1980 May 16-30

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1980 June

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1980 July

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Family, 1942-1947

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 29
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Files, 1933-1996, undated

American Bar Association - Gavel Award to Messenger-Inquirer - Award Program, Clipping, 1976 August

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 23
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American Society of Newspaper Editors - U.S.S.R. Trip, 1986 July

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 24-25
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Artist's Portrait Rendition, undated

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 19
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Biographical Information - Clipping, Correspondence, Discharge Papers, undated

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 20
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Business File - Certificate of Dissolution of Cypress Valley Farms, Inc., 1973 August 17

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 21
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Clipping, Letter, 1933 November 18

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 22
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Editorials, 1946

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 26
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Education - Princeton University - Alben Barkley: A Study in Twentieth-Century Democracy Senior Thesis, 1950 April 7

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 27
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Education - Report Cards and Essays, Phillips Exeter and Princeton, undated

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 28
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Financial File, 1937-1974

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 30
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Log of Scuba Diving Vacation to Bimini, 1979

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 40
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Nepotism Clipping From Wall Street Journal, 1986 January 14

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 41
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Notes on God, 1994-1996

  • Box 97ms501-01, folder 42
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Quotations by Other People, undated

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 16
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YMCA - Laminated Clipping of Board Members, undated

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 15
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Owensboro Citizens Committee on Higher Education, 1976-1996, undated

A Community College to Grow With Owensboro Report to Martha Layne Collins, Legislative Research Commission, and Kentucky Council on Higher Education, 1985 November

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 1-2
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A.D. Albright - Meeting Letters, Correspondence, Evaluating Owensboro's Unique Higher Education Delivery MechanismConfidential Draft, 1992 May 12

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 3
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Celebration of Higher Education Week, Owensboro Community College Campus Dedication - Correspondence, Planning Notes, Schedule of Events, 1989 April

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 4
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Clipping, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 5
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Memorandum from John Hager re: proposed Messenger-Inquirer Series on Higher Education In Owensboro, 1981

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 6
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Minutes From Vocational Education Green River Region III Planning Meeting, News Release, 1981

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 7
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes, A Statement Submitted to the Council on Higher Education by the Citizen's Committee on Higher Education In Owensboro, 1983

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 8
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Resolutions, 1984 January

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 9
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Briefing, Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, 1984 February

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 10
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Clippings, Correspondence, Kentucky House and Senate Resolutions, Report, 1984 March-August

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 11
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Clippings, Correspondence, News Release, 1984 September-October

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 12
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Correspondence, Memoranda, Reports, 1984 November

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 13
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Correspondence, Memoranda, Minutes, 1984 December

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 14
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Agenda Book for Council on Higher Education Meetin - Clippings, Letters, News Release, Reports , 1976 June-1986 March

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 15
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Minutes, Press Releases, 1985 January-March

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 16
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes, 1985 April-June

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 17
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Clippings, Correspondence, Lists, Memoranda, Minutes, 1985 July-September

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 18
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Chronological File-Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Minutes, Notes, 1985 October

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 19
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Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes, Reports, 1985 November

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 20
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Correspondence, Lists, Memoranda, Notes, News Releases, 1985 December

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 21
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Reports, Speech, 1985

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Clippings, Correspondence, Notes, 1986 January-February

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 23
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes, Reports, 1986 March-May

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 24
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Clippings, Correspondence, Lists, Memoranda, Notes, 1986 June

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 25
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Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes, 1986 July-December

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 26
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Class Schedule, Correspondence, Memoranda, 1987 April-August

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 27
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Correspondence, Minutes, Notes, 1987 December

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 28
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Correspondence, Memoranda, 1988 January-June

  • Box 97ms501-02, folder 29
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Correspondence, Financial Reports, Memoranda, Minutes, 1988 July-December

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 1
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Correspondence, Financial Reports, Memoranda, Minutes, 1989 January-May

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 2
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Correspondence, Financial Reports, Memoranda, Minutes, 1989 June-December

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 3
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Correspondence, Memoranda, Minutes, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 4
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Minutes, William R. West, The Beginnings of Owensboro Community College, in Daviess County Historical Quarterly, 1991

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 5
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Clippings, Correspondence, Memoranda, Report, 1992-1993

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 6
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Citizens... Working to Improve Education - Brochures, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 7
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Commission on the Future of Community Colleges in Kentucky - Correspondence, Meeting Minutes, Working Summary of Recommendations, 1988 September-1989 June

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 8
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Commission on the Future of Community Colleges in Kentucky - Letter with Meeting Minutes, Reports, 1988 December 15

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 9
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Community College Site Selection - Correspondence - Press Releases, Reports, 1983 September-1996 June

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 10-13
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Economic Development and Educational - Capitalizing on Owensboro's Educational Resources: A Proposal to Link Economic Development and Education, Report, Budget Proposal, Guidelines for Training Features, 1986 May 16

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 14
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Economic Development and Education - Executive Directive Selection Notes, Fund Drive, Executive Director, letters and notes; Resumes for the Executive Director Position, undated

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 15
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Economic Development and Education - Questionnaire Responses, 1985

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 16-19
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Educational Improvement Subcommittee Activities, Focus Group Findings, Minutes, Priority Concerns, 1987 July-August

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 20
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Higher Education Subcommittee - Chronology, Correspondence, Meeting Notes, Speech, 1988 July-1990 August

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 21
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Legislative Research Commission - A Study of the Feasibility of Establishing a Community College in Daviess County,, 1985 July 1

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 22
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Legislative Research Commission - A Study of the Feasibility of Establishing A Community College in Daviess County, 1985 July 1

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A Study of the Feasibility of establishing a Community College in Daviess County,- Draft, 1985 July 1

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 24
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Legislative Research Commission - Feasibility Study - Correspondence, Criteria for Study, Outline of Study Report, 1984 September-December

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 25
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Lexington Community College, Center for Community Partnerships, Course offerings - Brochure, 1991-1992

  • Box 97ms501-03, folder 26
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Needs Assessment Project - Correspondence, Notes, Questionnaire, Reports, Community College System, University of Kentucky Catalog, 1986

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 1-2
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Owensboro Community College Program of Excellence Subcommittee Activities - Bell South Foundation Grant Application, Booklet, Clipping, Minutes, Notes, Report, 1988 September 7

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 3
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Owensboro Higher Education Study, 1992

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 4
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Planning Retreat - Agenda, Correspondence, Notes, Reports, 1987 October 29

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 5
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Planning Retreat - Agenda, Correspondence, Notes, Reports, 1988 July 6

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 6
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Planning Retreat - Correspondence, Current Activities, Notes, 1990 September 19

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 7
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Edward F. Prichard - Clippings, Correspondence, Speech , Interview, 1976 October, 1978 February, 1980 November 21

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 8
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Proposal to Produce Weekly New Program for Elementary School Students, Submitted by Owensboro Community College Education Technology Center, School House News Newsletter, Spring, 1992

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 9
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Quest for Higher Education Vision for Owensboro - Daviess County - Memoranda, Chronology of Higher Education Activities, Conference and Meeting Notes, 1993 April, 1987-1993

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 10
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Report- Formula for the Future: A Comprehensive Education Improvement Program for Owensboro - Daviess County, Kentucky Brochures, 1988 February

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Resolutions, The Owensboro Community College and a Magnet Center for Arts and Culture: A Recommendation and Proposal,Report, 1983, 1984

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 12
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Strategy and Organization - Owensboro's Two-Plus-Tow Delivery System Paper, Telecommunications and Owensboro, Kentucky Paper, Correspondence, Notes (February-June, 1988), 1988 March 23, March 1988

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 13
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Student Survey Statistics, 1985 October 3

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Speeches, 1961-1996, undated

American Legion - Americanism, undated

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Economic Consequences of Widowhood, 1961

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Media Day, Owensboro Police Department, 1983 July 28

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Miscellaneous Background Articles, Notes, Speech Fragments, undated

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 20
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National Association of Accountants - "Don't Let George, You Do It", 1979 May

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 21
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Revenue Act of 1964 - Background Material, 1964

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 22
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Rotary Club of Owensboro, Marketing the Messenger-Inquirer for the 1980's, 1977 January 26

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 23
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Ed Ryan Lecture, A Perspective on Family Stewardship of the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, 1996 April 22

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 24-26
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Ed Ryan Lecture - Clippings, Correspondence, Employee Newsletter, Notes, 1995 December-1996 February

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 27
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Mayor C. Waitman Taylor, Jr. Dinner, 1976 January 30

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Audit Office, 1974 April-1978 September

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Charles Watkins - Correspondence, Leadership Owensboro Speech, Tears and Thanksgiving Sermon, The Three Prodigals Sermon, 1982 November-1983 March

  • Box 97ms501-04, folder 31
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S. W. Hager, 1884-1918, undated

Financial file - bank book, 1917-1918

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Gubernatorial campaign pamphlet, Judge Hager Defines the Issues in Kentucky and letters from S. W. Hager to Bessie White Hager , 1906 October 1-2

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Speech, Our Ladies, 1906

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Writings, undated

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State Auditor campaign, 1903

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Presidential campaign, 1904

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Correspondence, 1884-1918

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Correspondence Re: State Collector-ship , 1913

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Speech for the Office of Governor, Biography , 1906-1907

  • Box 97ms501-49, folder 34
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Sons' Report Cards, 1903-1904

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Print of S. W. Hager, undated

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Fifth Biennial Report of the State Racing Commission to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky by Judge S. W. Hager, book cover, 1916

  • Box 56, folder 5
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Assorted family members, 1885-1976, undated

Fred A. Brown - Obituaries, 1960 January 17

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John Adelbert Brown - Certificate of Death Photocopy, Letter, Obituary, Visitation Book (January 9, 1942)

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George C. Hager - Correspondence, 1935

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Hager Family Genealogy, undated

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Hager Family Ledger/Miscellaneous Books, ca., 1923-1927

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Lawrence Hager, Jr. - Correspondence, 1944-1950

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Lawrence Hager, Jr. - Short Story on Korea, Editorial, undated

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Lawrence Hager, III - Letter to Centre College Re: Acceptance, 1976

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Martha Augusta (Brown) Hager - Clipping, Letters, Last Will and Testament, undated

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Susie and Sallie Hager, aged 3 and 9, (March 28, 1960), 1960 March 28

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W. Bruce Hager - Editorial Following His Death, undated

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W. Bruce Hager - Letters, 1902 November 1

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Wilbur Hager - Correspondence Re: Drowning (January, 1954), 1954 January

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Sara Mahan - Correspondence, 1927, 1950-1953

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Laura R White-Financial Information and Real Estate, 1913, 1918, 1923-1925

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Laura R. White- MIT Book Donation, September 17, 1929

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Marge Hager-Theater Workshop, clippings , 1950-1959

  • Box 97ms501-49, folder 36
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Greeting cards, 1918-1950, undated

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Daily engagement book, 1898

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Notebooks: chemistry lectures and quotations, undated

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Ledger books, 1895, 1900-1902, undated

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Rural Conversations of the Merry Midshipman, Pompous Manes, Monkish Epicurean Mantchoo and Rolicking Ambling Moufflon , circa 1896

  • Box 21, folder 3
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Rotary International program, 1939

  • Box 21, folder 4
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Greeting cards, religious cards, tourism pamphlets, 1885-1890, 1934-1936, undated

  • Box 21, folder 6
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Knights of the Orient: Their Rites and Ceremonies , 1896

  • Box 21, folder 7
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Artifacts, undated

Rotary International pin, Mrs. Lawrence Hager, Owensboro, Ky., undated

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Unlabeled pin and small box lid with picture of chick in cracked egg, undated

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Felt patch, L 34, undated

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Khaki drinking cup, Hodgman Rubber Company, undated

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Masonic Temple, Louisville, Triennial Conclave pin, Grand Commandery of Kentucky, undated

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Rotary International medal, Paul Harris Fellow, undated

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Cloth pouch, undated

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Owensboro Publishing Company, 1842-1997, undated

Comprises administrative files, contracts, correspondence, and clippings that document the history of the Hager family's involvement in the newspaper, radio, and television business. Much information about the inner workings of the Messenger-Inquirer newspaper is detailed in this series, as well as the establishment of a radio and television station in Owensboro. Of particular interest is the relationship the Hagers had with organized labor at the Messenger-Inquirer, the purchase of different printing equipment, and Urban County Government Merger Issue. This series also contains logos and masthead plates from the newspaper and official corporate seals from the Owensboro Publishing Company and the Owensboro Broadcasting Company.

Administrative files, 1852-1994, undated

Appraisal Report, Owensboro Publishing Company, Inc. by Lloyd-Thomas/Coats and Burchard Co, 1989 March 31

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Articles of Incorporation, 1928 December 20

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Articles of Incorporation, Amendments to Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, 1928 December 20, 1928-1966

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Articles of Incorporation, Amendments to Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, Plan of Recapitalization, 1928 December 20. 1952-1981

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Board of Directors - Meeting Minutes, 1928 December - 1942 August

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 19
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Bond, Income and Expense Reports, Mortgages, Stock Information, 1928-1954

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Early Edition Copy, Purchase Agreement, 1877 September 7

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 23
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By-Laws, 1928 December 22- 1968 January 15

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 24
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Contracts, correspondence, Notes, 1928 December - 1934 June

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 25
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Deeds, letter, purchase contracts, stock certificate, will, 1852-1940

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 26
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Deeds - Abstract of Property Title by U.S. District Attorney, District of Kentucky, (Fragile), 1887 July 21

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 27
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Deeds - R.E. Massie, et. al to Owensboro Publishing Company, 1937 May 5

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 28
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Employees Retirement Plan Membership certificate for Lawrence W. Hager - Letter, 1972 February 1

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 29
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Employment Contracts Between Lawrence W. Hager and Owensboro Publishing Company, 1960-1963

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 30
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Insurable Value Report by Lloyd- Thomas/Coats and Burchard Co.,, 1989 March 31

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 31
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Lease between Mrs. Bessie W. Hager and Owensboro Publishing Company, 1929 January 2

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 32
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Messenger Sale to Lawrence W. Hager - Correspondence, 1922 April- 1927 August

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 26
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Messenger Sale to Lawrence W. Hager - Newspaper Consolidation Clippings, Notes, Sale Negotiation Correspondence, Reports, 1923 April-1930 August

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 27-28
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Minutes from Directors' and Stockholders' Meetings, 1928 December 22 -1943 December 6

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 29-30
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Minutes from Directors' and Stockholders' Meetings, unsigned, 1933 January 16 - 1942 August

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 31
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Mortgage Bonds, Owensboro Inquirer, Mortgage Bond Coupons, 1909 September 18 - 1929 January 2

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 32
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Mortgages - Contract between Owensboro Publishing Company and Central Trust Company, 1928 December 31

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 33
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Mortgages - Draft of Indenture between Owensboro Publishing Company and the National Deposit Bank in Owensboro, 1942 August

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 34
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Mortgages - First and Second Mortgages, Owensboro Publishing Company To Central Trust Company, Supplemental First and Second Mortgages, Owensboro Publishing Company to Kentucky Title Trust Company (Copy 1 of 2), 1929 January 2 - 1934 December 31

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Mortgages - First and Second Mortgages, Owensboro Publishing Company to central Trust Company, Supplemental First and Second Mortgages, Owensboro Publishing Company to Kentucky Title Trust Company, (Copy 2 of 2), 1929 January 2- 1934 December 31

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Mortgages - Owensboro Publishing Company to Kentucky Title Trust Company, Trustee, 1944 January 2

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 37
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Mortgages - Supplemental Indentures to First and Second Mortgages between Owensboro Publishing Company and Kentucky Title Trust Company, 1934 April

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 38
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Newspaper Consolidations - Clippings, 1950

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 39
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Owensboro Broadcasting Company - Articles of Incorporation and Related Legal Documents, 1936 February

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 40
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Owensboro Inquirer (Incorporated) - Audit Report for Year Ended, 1925 December 31

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 41
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Stock Agreements, 1951 December - 1959 February

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 42
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Stock Agreements, Notes, 1951 December - 1976 May

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 1
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Owensboro Broadcasting Company - Stock Certificates, 1936-1990

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 2
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Stock Exchange, 1976 May 17

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 3
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Stock Option Agreement, 1976 May 17

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 4
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Stock Restriction and Purchase Agreement, 1980 December 1

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 5
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Stockholders - Meeting Minutes, 1937 January 18, 1942 August, 1933 January

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 6
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Succession Planning by John Hager - Clippings, correspondence, Employee Contracts, Executive Management Compensation Plans, Hager Family Mission Statement, Reports, Telephone Conversations, 1990 January - 1994 July

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 7
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Maps of Region around Owensboro, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 38
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Fraudulent circulation claims, 1913-1930

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 97ms501-48
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New publishing home, special edition, 1968 December 7

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 36
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Owensboro Publishing Co. corporate seal embosser, undated

  • Box 58, item 2
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Owensboro Broadcasting Co. corporate seal embosser, undated

  • Box 58, item 1
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Map of Owensboro, downtown business district, undated

  • Box 64, folder 3
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Messenger-Inquirer , 1842-1997, undated

Administrative files, 1913-1988, undated

Awards - National Survey of Newspapers, 1946

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 14
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Circulation Statistics, 1941,1977

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 17
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Constitutional Revision - Jack Reeves - Anti-Communist Propaganda Correspondence, 1966

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 19
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Financial Notes, 1963

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 10
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Fire Loss Information, 1957

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 11
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Green River Lock and Dam Construction - Descriptions of Photographs (Photographs Transferred to Photograph Series), undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 30
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History of Messenger-Inquirer, Audit Bureau of Circulation Reports [Negatives], 1916-1970

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 33
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History of Messenger-Inquirer, Banner Typesetting Plates, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 34
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Land Deeds, Correspondence, 1933-1966

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 8
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Leases, undated

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 9
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Lewis Lane Development Plan - Statement of Attorney's Account, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 11
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Market Analysis and Surveys, 1929-1950

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 12-13
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Memoranda Summaries, 1948-1952

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 14
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Movie Catalogs, 1987-1988

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 18
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Offers to Purchase the Paper, 1945, 1949

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 24
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The Owensboro Inquirer - Board of Directors - Minutes of Meeting, 1928 December

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 28
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Shipping Times for Mail (National and International), undated

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 87
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Supreme Court of the United States vs. Times-Picayune Co. - Brief, 1952 December

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 3
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Fraudulent circulation claims, 1913-1930

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 35
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New publishing home, special edition, 1968 December 7

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 36
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Advertising, 1916-1964

Advertising Rates, Brochures, Clippings, Letters, Notes, 1919-1964

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 1-2
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George S. May Company, Your Customers Brochure, Clippings, Letters, Notes, 1919-1964

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 3
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Advertising, Rates, Proposed Speech to Bankers. Letters, 1919-1964, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 4
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Advertising, Advertising Rates, Agreements Among Newspapers, Features, Promotions, 1954-1960

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 5
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Advertising and Circulation Information, 1916-1964

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 6-7
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Welcome to The Paducah-Sun Democrat Brochure, American Newspaper Publishers Association Career Opportunities in the Daily Newspaper Business Brochure, The Daily Press and Times-Herald, Promotion, Messenger-Inquirer's Letters to the Advertisers, 1952-1956

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 8
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Clippings, correspondence, and illustrations, 1862-1987, undated

All Woman Jury - Clipping, 1921

  • Box 97ms501-05, folder 22
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American Legion - Clippings, Letters, New Releases, Associated War Veterans The Veterans' "Fourteen Points Booklet, 1933-1935

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 9
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Ashland Daily Independent - Correspondence, Electric Rates, 1922

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 10
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Audit Bureau of Circulations - Correspondence, Bulletin, undated

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 13
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John A. Brogan, Jr. - Letter Re: Comic Strips, 1972

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 16
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Owensboro Inquirer- Clippings, Correspondence , 1924-1925, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 18
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Correspondence and Editorials - David Boenick- General Memos, undated

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 22
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Correspondence and Editorials - Letters to the Editor, , 1975 April-May

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 10
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Correspondence and Editorials - Draft Board - Request for Employee Deferment, 1951

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 19
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James C. Ellis Park - New Club House Illustration (Photos Removed to Photo Series), undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 18
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Federal Building Locations - Memorandum and Clipping, 1968 August 9

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 9
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Flood, 1937 - News Clippings Scrapbook, 1937

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 12-13
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Frederica Street Publishing Plant - News Clippings, 1968

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 14
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General Correspondence, 1930-1975

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 27
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Robert E. Green Jr. - News Stories, 1975-1977

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 31
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Kentucky Sales Tax - News Clippings, Letter From Lawrence W. Hager, 1935

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 38
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Letter Regarding Discontinuation of Evening Edition, 1968

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 10
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Memorials

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 15
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Photocopies of Front Pages, 1862

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 16
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Moose War Bond Committee - News Clipping, undated

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 17
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News Event Information - Memorandum to Telephone Operators, Message Form, 1976 December 20

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 21
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News Releases - James Dorman to State Banker's Association, 1920-1969

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 22
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Obituary - Walter Davis, undated

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 23
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Operator's Wages - Correspondence, 1924

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 25
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Other Newspapers - Correspondence, 1946

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 26
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The Owensboro Inquirer - Stockholders - Minutes of Meeting, 1928 December

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 30
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Prohibition - Editorial, News Clippings, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 33
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Publication of Salaries - Correspondence, News Clippings, 1976 July-August

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 36
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Strategies For Tomorrow - Negative News Issue - Correspondence, News Clippings, Newspaper's Goals and Values, Notes, Transportation Sub-Committee Minutes, 1985 August- 1987 April

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 2
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Harry S Truman Whistlestop Tour - Menu, News Clippings, 1948

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 5
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Tupelo Journal - Letter, 1952 October 25

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 6
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Urban Development - News Clipping, 1946 December 29

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 7
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Urban Development - Green Coal Company - News Clipping, 1954 April 27

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 8
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Fred Weir Controversy, Clippings, 1944

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 21
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World War Two - Clippings, Surrender Memorandum, 1945

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 22
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Writing Technique and Style - Booklets, Clippings, Notes, 1933-1960, undated

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 23
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Letters from L.W.H. to W.B.H. and G.M.F. Re: Newspaper Business, Profits, Personal letter to W.B.H., 1948-1959

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 24
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Messenger Sale to Lawrence W. Hager - Clippings, Correspondence, 1926 March- 1930 January

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 25
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Clippings, correspondence, Rainey Bethea public hanging, 1936

  • Box 97ms501-49, folder 17-18
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Corporate book, 1951, 1971-1976

Minutes, 1971

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 37
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Minutes, 1972

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 38
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Minutes, 1973

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 39
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Minutes, 1974

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 40
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Minutes, 1975

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 41
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Minutes, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 42
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Amendment to articles of incorporation, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 43-44
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Nonredemption agreement, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 45-46
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Lawrence W. Hager affidavit, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 47
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Option agreement, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 48
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Recapitalization plan, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 49-51
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Option agreement, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 52
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Certificate to amendment to articles of incorporation, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 53
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Articles of amendment to articles of incorporation, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 54
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Recapitalization plan declared effective, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 55
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Power of attorney, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 56
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Certified resolution, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 57
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Memorandum to rights/options to acquire shares, 1951

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 58
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Ruling request letter, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 59
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Extension to Internal Revenue Service ruling, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 60
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Stock evaluation, 1974-1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 61
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Minutes, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 62
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Editorials, 1927-1996, undated

Apollo High School Incident, 1977 December 1

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 20
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David Boeynik - Editorial Page, undated

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 21
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Business Attacks on the Press, undated

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 23
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Chamber of Commerce, Newspaper Writing Policy, Tobacco Industry, 1985 October-November

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 24
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Editorial Draft on Legislative Interim Committees, 1975 April

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 1
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Editorial Idea File Beginning, 1988 July

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 2
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Editorial Policies, 1972-1982

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 3-6
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Hospital Merger Issue, 1995

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 7
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Judicial Amendment, 1975

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 8
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Judicial Poll, 1976-1977

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 9
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Messenger-Inquirer's Role in the Owensboro-Daviess County Community, 1986-1996

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 12
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Miscellaneous - Correspondence, Editorial Priorities, What do We Mean By 'Newspaper Values?' by David Boeyink, Local Letter of Intent, History of Owensboro Decision-Making Memo, Publication of Sensitive Stories Editorial Policy, 1988-1994

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 13
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Motion Picture Advertising and/or Amusement, 1964-1973

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 14
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Owensboro v. Daviess County and Owensboro-Daviess County Board of Health, 1981

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 15
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Peirce Report, An Outsider's View of Where Our Community's Heading, 1991 September 29

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 16-18
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Editorials, 1949 July

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 20
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Editorials, 1959 September 5 - 1962 June 1

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 21
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Editorials, 1965 January 22-1966 July 31

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 23
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Editorials, 1966 August 4-1968 August 31, 1971 April

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 24
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Editorials, Clippings- The Owensboro Inquirer, Book 4- Editorials, W.E. Daniel- pages 7-59, [original moved to Memorabilia Series], 1927-1929

  • Box 97ms501-07, folder 25
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General, Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Releases, Correspondence, Typescript Editorial Drafts, Notes, 1929-1955

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 1-2
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General- Editor and Publisher Clippings, Typescript Editorial Drafts (Folder B), 1929-1955, 1934 July-September

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 3
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Albert B. Chandler - Clippings, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 4
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Courier-Journal's Deflection in Regards to Senate Elections - Clipping, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 5
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Free Mail Privilege Ups Postal Costs - Clipping, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 6
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Good Roads Amendment - Clipping, News release, 1945

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 7
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Holiday Messages (Fourth of July, Labor Day, Mother's Day) -Clippings, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 8
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Don Schism - Clipping from Evansville Courier, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 9
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Welcome to Gipe, Puckett, and Bibb - Clipping, 1953 February 8

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 10
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General Editorial - Proposition 13 , undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 28
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General Editorials - Vietnam War, 1971

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 29
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W. Bruce Hager - Editorial, Memorandum, 1956-1959

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 32
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Education, circa 1929-1976, undated

Advertising Campaign for Better Schools, 1951

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 11
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Education Spending and Free Textbook Issue - Clippings and Handwritten note, circa 1929

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 12
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Newspaper in the Classroom Workshops, 1963-1964

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 13
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Report of New York Times Education Survey - Clipping, 1947 February 10

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 14
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Reporting School Activities - Correspondence, 1976 August

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 15
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Scabies Outbreak in 1975 - Clipping, 1975 December 17

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 16
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Vocational Schools - Clipping, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 17
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Equipment, 1938-1971, undated

Addressograph - Multigraph Corporation - Agreements, Notes, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 19
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Articles and Brochures, Springfield News-Sun, 1952 November 9

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 20
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The Associated Press - Contracts, Proposal, 1952-1971

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 21
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Bowater Southern Paper Corporation - Clipping, 1954 August 13, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 22
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Cutler-Hammer Inc. - Blueprints, 1955-1956

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 23
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Dow Chemical Company -Agreements, Patent, 1960-1963

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 24
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Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation, 1951-1955

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 25
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General - Agreements, Clipping, Notes, 1952-1968, undated

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 26
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Goss Printing Press Company - Blueprints

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 27
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Intertype Fotosetter Photographic Line-composing Machine Brochure, 1960

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 28
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Lloyd-Thomas Company - Agreements

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 29
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Mergenthaler Linotype Company - Agreements, Correspondence, Brochures

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 30-31
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Morton L. Pereira and Associates - Article, Brochure, Notes

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 32
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Photon, Inc. - Advertisement, Proposal

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 33
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Photon, Inc. - Clipping, Correspondence

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 34
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Teletype Operator's Instruction Manuals, 1938

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 35
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United American Metals Corporation - Blueprints

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 36
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Features, 1921-1976, undated

Ashland, KY's Centennial - Clipping, 1954 October 12

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 37
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Comic Section Color Change, 1959 August 9

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 38
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Comics - Nancy - Clipping Re: Ernie Bushmiller

  • Box 97ms501-08, folder 39
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Contracts, Correspondence, 1921-1938

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 1
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1937 Election - Clipping Negative, 1937 February 11

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 2
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FDR Appeals to Dictators - Clipping from Gleanor & Journal of Henderson, Kentucky, 1939 April

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 3
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King- Correspondence, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 4
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Wendell F. Moseley - It Takes All Kinds Column, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 5
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'Nancy' Took Bushmiller Into Big Time of Comic Strip Artists Clippings, 1948 June

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 6
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Robert Reid Recalls News Release, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 7
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Religious Columns, 1944-1971

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 8
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Labor, 1933-1977

American Newspaper Publishers Association - Correspondence, Reports, Wage Scales, 1957-1959

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 39-40
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Company Benefits - Insurance Plans, 1944-1976

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 1
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Contract Material, Correspondence, 1940

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 2
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Contract material, correspondence, personnel matters, news clippings, reports, 1944-1955

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 3-5
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Contract Material, Correspondence, Memoranda, Personnel Matters, 1956

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 6
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Contract Material, 1957

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 7
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Contract Material, Correspondence, 1959

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 8-10
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Contract Material, 1960

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 11
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Contract Negotiations With International Typographical Union no. 622, 1935

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 12
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Contract Negotiations and Information with International Typographical Union, 1941-1952

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 13-15
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Contract Negotiations with Owensboro Typographical Union no. 622, 1963

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 16
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1935

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 17
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1943

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 18
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1945

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 19
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1946

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 20
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1947

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 21
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1950

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 22
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1952

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 23
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1953

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 24
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Contract with Owensboro Typographical Union no. 622, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 25
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1956

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 26
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1958

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 27
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1959

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 28
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1961

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 29
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1963

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 30
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1965

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 31
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Contract with Typographical Union no. 622, 1967

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 32
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Daily Newspaper and Graphic Arts Codes of Fair Competition, 1933-1934

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 33-34
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Employee Commendation, 1977 December

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 35
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Memoranda, Letters, and Speeches to Employees, 1946-1960

  • Box 97ms501-10, folder 36
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Office Rules of Conduct, 1941

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 1
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Press and Stereotype Contract Information, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 2-3
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Pressmen and Stereotype Contract Working Papers, 1955-1956

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 4
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Strike of Typographical Union no. 622 - News Clipping, 1971 April 27

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 5
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Wage Information, 1941-1946

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 6
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Wage Information, 1952-1954

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 7
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Publications, journals, and articles, 1842-1978, undated

Associated Press - Editor and Publisher, Associated Congress Members Comment on U.S. SuitClippings, Letters, 1932-1970, 1942 November 21

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 11-12
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Allan P. Bakke Case - Articles, 1978 July

  • Box 97ms501-06, folder 15
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History of Owensboro Publishing Company and Messenger-Inquirer - News Clippings, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 35
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Janesville Gazette and Radio Station WCLO: The Inside Story of a Community Service Pamphlet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 36
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The Kentucky Press article About Col. H.A. Sommers, Dean of Journalists Celebrates 50th Anniversary, 1932 April

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 37
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National Newspaper Week, 1953 October 1

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 19
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New York Herald Tribune / New York Times article, Bye, Bye Birdie, 1960 April 10

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 20
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Owensboro Examiner, Photocopy of Volume 1, Number 1, 1875 January 1

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 27
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The Owensboro Inquirer, History of Paper Written by Lawrence W. Hager Sr., News Clippings, Photocopies, 1912-1914

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 29
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The Owensboro Messenger article - Urey Woodson, A Humiliating Confession After Forty Years, undated

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 31
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The Owensboro Messenger, Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Letter, The Good Old Days Address Given by Urey Woodson, 1931 June- 1974 March 5

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 32
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Publication- Circulation for Editors, 1929 February

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Publication of City Financial Statement, Salary Publication Law - Bulletins, Correspondence, News Clippings, 1943-1945

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 35
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Negative Reprints of Messenger-InquirerArticles and Editorials, 1928-1968

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 37-84
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Sample Newspaper Articles - Broadsides, undated

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 86
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Southern Newspaper Publishers Association - Bulletins, Journalism Quarterly, 1944-1945

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 105
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Southern Newspaper Publishers Association - Editorials, 1961 February 18

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 106
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Special Edition Lists, 1924-1969

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 107
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Special Editions, 1842-1969

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 1
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Tennessee Valley Authority - Paradise Project - Photograph Descriptions (Photographs Transferred to Photograph Series), undated

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 4
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Valley News Echo - Copy of original, 1862

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 5
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Soap Box Derby, 1950-1961

Contracts, 1954-1961

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 88
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Letter Regarding Publication of Building Instructions [Includes How to Build a Soap Box Derby Racer from the Milwaukee Sentinel], 1955 August 22

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 89
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Owensboro Derby Results, 1950

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 90
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Owensboro Derby Results, 1951

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 91
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Advertisement Sheets, Bulletins, Correspondence, News Releases, Program, 1952

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 92
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News Clippings, 1952

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 93
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Speech for Lions Club, 1952 September 2

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 94
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Owensboro Derby Directory and Entrants, Owensboro Derby Results, 1953

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 95
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Bulletins, Correspondence, Official Rule Book, Promotion and Suggestions for the Sponsoring Newspaper, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 96
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News Clippings, Program, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 97
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Sample Embroidering and T-Shirt Ordering Information, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 98
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Bulletins, Correspondence, Promotion and Publicity Section for Sponsors, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 99
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Program from Owensboro, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 100
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Official Records and Program from Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 101
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Owensboro Derby Results, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 102
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News Clippings, 1957

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 103
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Reports from Akron, Ohio, 1958 August 17

  • Box 97ms501-11, folder 104
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Urban County Government, Merger Issue, 1960-1994

Sewer Merger, 1994

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 9
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Sewer Merger, 1993

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 10
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Issues Facing Owensboro , 1992

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 11
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Sewer Merger, 1992

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 12
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Advertisements, 1990

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Advertisements, 1990 October

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 14
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Charter List of 100, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 15
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Charter Summary, 1990 April 1

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 16
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News Clippings, 1990 July 18-November 6

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 17
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Editorial Drafts by John S. Hager, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 18
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Education and Promotion, Legal Issues - Correspondence, Notes, Telephone Transcript, 1990 June-July

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 19
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Governor's Commission on New Hampshire in the 21st Century - Interim Report, 1990 April

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 20
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Ideas for Editorials, Draft Editorial, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 21
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John S. Hager - Correspondence, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 22
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Merger Steering Committee - To Do List, 1990 July 2

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 23
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Merger Vote Results, 1990 November

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 24
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Paul Morsey - Interview with John S. Hager, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 25
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News Story Printouts, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 26
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News Story Summaries, 1988-1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 27
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1980 Census of Population - Social Indicators for Planning and Evaluation, 1980

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 28
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Notes, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 29
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Owensboro/Daviess County Merger Survey by Wozmak & Grecco, 1990 May

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 30
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Possible Anti-Merger and Pro-Merger Themes, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 31
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Proposed Organizational Structure, 1990 April 24

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 32
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Prospective Supporters of Urban County Government Charter, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 33
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A Public Opinion Poll on the Proposed Merger of Owensboro, Whitesville and Daviess County Governments Tabular Report Prepared by Horizon Research International, 1990 September

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 34-35
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Telephone Survey Draft, 1990 September 7

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 36
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Urban-County Charter Commission, Services and Taxation Committee, Special Task Force Report , 1989 January

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 37
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Urban County Charter Commission Subcommittee, Legal/Drafting Committee Members, 1990

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 38
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Clippings, 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 39-41
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Correspondence, Editorial, Drafts, Editorials, Political issue., 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 42
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Daviess County Democrat Executive Committee - Resolution Support Merger, 1988 May 23

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 43
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Editorial Draft, Editorial Ideas, 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 44
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Editorial Drafts, Employment Graphs, Public Opinion Survey, Telephone conversations, 1988 May

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 45
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Editorials, 1987 December- 1989 January

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 46
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John Hager Correspondence, 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 47
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Morton Holbrook Memorandum, Merging Existing Governments into Urban County Governments, 1988 November-December

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 48
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How Many Kentuckians Populations Forecasts, (1985-2020) , 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 49
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Merger Commission - Minutes, 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 50
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Paul Morsey - Correspondence and Memoranda, 1988

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 51
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Petition Questionnaire, 1988 April 26

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 52
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Statutory Analysis of Urban-County Government, 1988 February

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 53
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Government Reform, 1977

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 54
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Articles on Taxes, 1981 October 25-29

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 55
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Articles on Taxes, (Cuttings glued on gridlines), 1981 October 25-29

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 56
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Articles on Taxes, Correspondence, "Fair Share", Articles, Notes, , 1981 June-1983 April

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 57
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Daviess County Budget Information, 1981

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 58
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Editorials- City-Manager Government Important Decision For Owensboro, City Manager Compared to Administrator, 1951 October, 1981

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 59
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Financial Status of City of Owensboro, 1960-1981

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 60
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John Hager - Correspondence, 1981

  • Box 97ms501-12, folder 61
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Motion for Summary Judgment, City of Owensboro vs. Daviess County, 1981 October 20

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 1-2
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The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, Florida, (Newspaper Section C), 1981 September 27

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 3
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The Shelby Daily Star, Shelby, North Carolina, (Newspaper Reprint Section), 1981 August 1

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 4
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Veterans' training, 1941-1959, undated

Apprenticeship Scales and Course Outline, 1941-1945

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 6
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Ashcraft, William, 1947-1955

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 7
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Blank Applications Forms, undated

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 8
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Christian, James R., 1953-1956, undated

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 9
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Gleim, Ernest M., 1947-1950, undated

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 10
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Howard, Douglas, 1956-1957

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 11
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Labor Issues

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 12-15
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Reynolds, James E., 1956

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 16
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Rogers, J.C., Jr., 1947

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 17
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Stallings, William, 1956-1959, undated

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 18
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Tichenor, Delbert A., 1953-1955

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 19
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Westerfield, Lewis Knight, 1951-1954

  • Box 97ms501-13, folder 20
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Wendell Foster Center, 1974-1997, undated

Advertisements, Letters to the Editor, 1977

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 15
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Biographies Beginning, 1974, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 16
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Child Abuse Legal Information and Telephone Interview With William Horton, Bureau of Social Services, 1977

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 17
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News Clippings, 1977

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 18
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Editorials, 1977 February

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 19
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John S. Hager's Personal Notes, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 20
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Memoranda, 1977

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 21
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William A. Mulligan - Research Paper, The Foster Story: Unfit to Print, 1979

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 22
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Staff Meeting Transcript and Letter to William Branaman and enclosures, including John Hagers' Written Sequence of Events, 1997 February 19-21

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 23
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Transcriptions of Interviews, undated

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 24
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United Cerebral Palsy Research and Educational Foundation, Inc. - 1974 Research Report, 1975 Annual Report, 1974-1975

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 25
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WOMI Radio - Interviews with Steve Murphy, Mark Snell, and Mary Ann Eades, and Marlan Noethen and Mark Snell, 1977 February 12-14

  • Box 97ms501-09, folder 26
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WOMI Radio, 1933-1985, undated

Advertising Agreements, undated

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 8
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Advertising Agreements, Marketing Campaign, 1936-1941

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 9
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Advertising charges, Marketing Material, 1948-1954

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 10
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Channel Study for Proposed Station, Evansville, Indiana, undated

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 11
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City of Owensboro - Letter Re: Sidewalk, 1959 October 19

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 12
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Composite Week Programs, 1952

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 13
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Correspondence, Clippings, Jack Frost Program Booklet, Job Applications, WAVE Market Date, WTMV Information, 1936-1938

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 14
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Correspondence, Market Surveys, 1943-1953

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 15
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Correspondence, 1963-1984

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 16
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Editorials, 1961, 1963, 1964

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 17
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FCC Application - Correspondence, Market Survey Data, Memorandum, 1936-1937

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 18
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FCC Application - Correspondence, FCC Standards

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 19
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FCC Application and Station Construction - Correspondence, Applications, 1936-1938

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 20
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FCC Application and Station Construction - Correspondence, Memoranda, 1936-1938

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 21
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FCC Applications and Station Construction - Construction Permit, Correspondence, 1936-1938

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 22
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FCC Application and Station Construction - Correspondence, Blueprints, Specifications, 1937

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 23
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FCC Application - Letter Re: Request to increase daytime power, undated

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 24
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Green River Co-Op - Clipping, 1949 July

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 25
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History of Owensboro Broadcasting Company, 1938 February- 1985 November

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 26
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Labor - Memorandum to Employees, 1946

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 27
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Letter RE: Muhlenberg County Broadcasting Company, 1951

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 28
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Market Coverage Statistics, 1939

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 29
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Minutes of Meeting of Directors of Owensboro Publishing Company, - Sales of Stock in Owensboro Broadcasting Company to Private Individuals, 1940 August 20

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 30
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News Broadcasts Controversy, 1933-1934

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 31
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Owensboro Broadcasting Company - Stock Ownership, 1978 March 3

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 32
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Owensboro Broadcasting Company - Stock Ownership, 1978 March 3

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 33
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Service Contours Map, 1948

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 34
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Station Information, 1947

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 35
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WOMI Publicity Booklet, 1945

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 36
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WOMI Serves Agriculture and Religion Exhibits, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 37
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WOMI Television, 1923-1965, undated

Television station applications, 1923-1965, undated

Application Exhibits - Photograph, Clippings, Letters, Copies of News Stories, undated

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 1-2
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Application of the Owensboro Publishing Company For V.H.F. Channel 9 Hatfield, Indiana: Interviews Held to Determine Availability of Local Program Sources

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 3-4
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Application of the Owensboro Publishing Company For V.H.F. Channel 9 Hatfield, Indiana: WOMI and WOMI-FM Past Public Service

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 5-6
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Background and Experience of Owners, Directors Exhibit with Biographies and Notes

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 7-8
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Biographical Exhibit with Notes, Copies of Photographs

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 9
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Biographies, WOMI and WOMI-FM Program Department Description, List of Exhibits, Staff Training Letter, 1954 November 1

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 10
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Biographies of Company Officers, Copies of Photographs and Letters, Television Program Questionnaire, undated

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 11
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Biography of Lawrence W. Hager with Appendix, undated

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 12
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Broadcasting, Telecasting Magazine, 1954 November 1

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 13
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Clippings and Flyer (Photographs Removed), 1923 April - 1965 October

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 14-15
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Clippings, 1950 July 9- 1954 September 28

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 16
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Copies of News Stories, 1947 August-1954 April

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 17
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Coverage of Community Activities Exhibits, copies of News Stories, 1952-1953

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 18-20
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Durham Broadcasting Enterprises, Incorporated - Television: A Proposal Application Booklet, Letter, Note

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 21
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Federal Communications Commission Channel 9 Television Hearings (Telegrams), 1955 January 3-7

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 22
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Hatfield Area Study - Proposed Service Contour, 1953 October 21

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 23
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Hatfield Area Study - Survey of All Counties within Service Area Exhibit, undated

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 24
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Hatfield Area Study - Survey of Vanderburgh County Indiana Exhibit

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 25
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Hatfield Area of Study - Wholesale Trade Sales by Counties Exhibit

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 26
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Letters, Notes, 1954 January-October

  • Box 97ms501-15, folder 27
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Hearing Correspondence, and preparation - Letter, Telegrams, Notes, 1953 August- 1955 September

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 1-3
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Integration of Ownership In the Evolution of TV Program Proposal of Owensboro Publishing Company, Exhibit, Television Program Questionnaire, Film Availability Letters, Letters, 1954-1955

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 4
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Interview Reports, undated

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Letters of Appreciation, 1953 August- 1954 March

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 7
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Newspaper and Radio Reports - BMB Station Audience Report (Spring 1949), Audit Report - Newspaper Study of Listening Habits Report (December 1948), Letters (Negatives Removed), 1948-1948

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 8
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Owensboro On the Air, Incorporated Application Comments, and Notes, Clippings, 1948 June- 1953 October

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 9
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Owensboro On the Air, Incorporated Television Station Application Amendment, Correspondence, 1954 February 26

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 10
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Owensboro on The Air, Incorporated Television Station Application and Notes

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 11-13
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Owensboro On the Air, Incorporated Witness List and Notes

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 14
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Owensboro Publishing Company Television Program Questionnaire Responses, Letters, Notes, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 15-18
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Owensboro Publishing Company's Public Service Report for One Year Exhibit, copies of News Stories, One - Month Sample of Newspaper Public Service Activities In 1953 Exhibit Program and Advertising Policies Exhibit, 1947 to 1954

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 19
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Production Exhibits and Notes, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 20
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Program Advisory Council Creation, Letter, Notes, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 21
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Proposed Schedule Exhibit, Staffing and Training Exhibits, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 22
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Responses to Questions Submitted by WVJS Exhibit, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 23
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Tulsa Broadcasting Company, Channel 8 television, Muskogee, Oklahoma, undated

Background and Experience Booklet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 24
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Closed Circuit TV Demonstration Background and Experience Booklet (with Photographs), undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 25
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Facilities To Be Employed Booklet, Blueprints, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 26
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Program Sources Booklet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-16, folder 27
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Proposed Typical Week - TV Booklet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 1
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TV Budget Booklet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 2
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TV Personnel Plans Booklet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 3
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TV Policies Booklet, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 4
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Posters and publications, 1951-1953, undated

KPIX/KSFO New Studios Posters, Notes, TV Dictionary/Handbook For Sponsors Publication compiled by Herbert Ture, 1951, TV Results Publication, 1952 Edition

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 39
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Proposed Schedules and Program Descriptions, Letters, undated

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 40
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Tates's Chicago TV Directory Poster, 1952

  • Box 97ms501-14, folder 41
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WEOA Television Laboratory At Your Service Publication, 1952 October - 1953 October

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 5
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WFBM, Incoproated (WEOA), Evansville, Indiana - Negative Copy of Sample Television Exhibits, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 6
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Newspapers, 1842-1995

Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer prints, undated

  • Box 59, folder 11
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Owensboro Inquirer negatives, 1916

  • Box 63, folder 2
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An Illustrated Atlas Map of Daviess County, Ky.: Carefully Compiled from Personal Examinations and Surveys negatives, 1876

  • Box 63, folder 6-8
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Messenger-Inquirer oversize negative, 1982 December 26

  • Box 50, folder 1
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Owensboro Monitor oversize negative, 1870

  • Box 50, folder 2
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Owensboro Daily Messenger art supplement, 1900 Spring

  • Box 51, folder 1
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Owensboro Inquirer [photocopies], 1901-1928

  • Box 51, folder 2
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Owensboro Inquirer , 1945, 1951, 1954

  • Box 51, folder 3
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Owensboro Messenger , 1926, 1941-1954

  • Box 51, folder 4
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Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer , 1933, 1954-1959

  • Box 51, folder 5
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Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer , 1960-1962

  • Box 52, folder 1
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Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer , 1963

  • Box 52, folder 2
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Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer , 1964

  • Box 52, folder 3
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Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer , 1965-1969

  • Box 52, folder 4
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Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer , 1971-1995

  • Box 66, folder 1
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Messenger-Inquirer 100th anniversary issue drafts, 1975

  • Box 64, folder 1
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Robert H. Gore from the Messenger-Inquirer, 1972 December 27

  • Box 64, folder 4
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Owensboro Inquirer [photocopy], 1909 September 21

  • Box 64, folder 5
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The Bulletin [photocopy], 1842 October 7

  • Box 64, folder 6
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Letterpress plate, Owensboro Inquirer, 1877 September 7

  • Box 64, folder 7
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Owensboro Monitor , 1863-1864

  • Box 66, folder 5
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Assorted Kentucky and national newspapers, 1898, 1942-1964

  • Box 66, folder 6
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Owensboro Examiner , 1877 September 28

  • Box 66, folder 7
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The Owensboro Inquirer scrapbook of clippings, 1927-1929

  • Box 56, folder 6
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The Courier Journal , 1876 July 5

  • Box 50, folder 4
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Letterpress plates, 1945-1956, undated

New York Stock Prices , undated

  • Box 59, folder 1
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Owensboro, Kentucky Total Income , 1954

  • Box 59, folder 2
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Letterpress plate, The Owensboro Inquirer, undated

  • Box 56, folder 3
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The Owensboro Messenger and The Inquirer-Messenger, undated

  • Box 59, folder 3
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Messenger-Inquirer logotypes, 1954

  • Box 59, folder 4
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War Ends! logotypes, 1945 August

  • Box 59, folder 5
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Texas Gas Transmission Corp. System Map Showing Construction Planned for 1956 logotypes, 1956

  • Box 59, folder 6
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Lithograph plates, undated

Children's , undated

  • Box 59, folder 7
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People standing under beams, amid piles [of paper?], undated

  • Box 59, folder 8
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Security cell on courthouse , undated

  • Box 59, folder 9
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Structural beams and trees, undated

  • Box 59, folder 10
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Owensboro/Daviess County, 1845-1977, undated

Comprises correspondence, clippings, histories, and reports that document the development and growth of Owensboro and Daviess County during much of the twentieth century, including histories of many defunct distilleries in Daviess County and coverage of the last public execution in the United States, the 1936 Owensboro hanging of African American Rainey Bethea.

Businesses, 1913-1960, undated

V.E. Anderson Manufacturing Company - News Releases, (Photographs Removed), 1960 April 22

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 12
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Banks - Whitesville Bank, Clipping, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 13
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Chamber of Commerce - Membership Applications, Minutes, Publication, Activity Digest,, 1913 March 12-1913 September 26, 1945 July

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 14
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Dewey and Almy Chemical Co. - Program Notes, Dewey and Almy Luncheon, (Photographs removed), 1958 May 7

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 15
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Gabe's Inn and Restaurant - Articles, Editorials, circa 1960

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 65
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Gant and Butterfield- history, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 66
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Green River Steel Corporation - Clipping - Welcomed to City,, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 67
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Home Furniture Company- history, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 68
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Hancock County Construction Co. - Correspondence

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 69
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Interstate Stores Company - Clippings, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 70
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Ken-Rad - Clippings, correspondence, News Release, (Photographs removed), 1934-1953

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 71
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S.S. Kresqe- History, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 72
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Modern Welding Company - Clippings, 1948-1953

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 73
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Murphy Chair Company - Clippings, 1949 September 1950 May

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 74
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Owensboro Motor Inn- history, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 75
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Owensboro Wagon Co. - Correspondence, 1924

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 76
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ReproSystems - Advertisements, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 77
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Stenotypes - Article Re: The Origin of the Stenotype, 1950 September 10

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 78
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Texas Gas Transmission Corporation - Articles, Clippings, 1953-1957

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 79
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Union Station Pizza Parlor - Menu, undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 80
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Clippings and articles, 1904-1977, undated

Agriculture - Horses and Tobacco - Newspaper Reprint, 1949 August 14

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 7
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Agriculture - Tobacco - Clipping, 1955 March 6

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 8
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Articles - The Courier-Journal Magazine, Owensboro by Joe Creason, 1949 August 7

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 9
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Bethea, Rainey Public Hanging- clippings, correspondence, 1936

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 10-11
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Churches - Catholic - Diocese of Owensboro - Articles, Correspondence, (Photograph Removed), 1961-1977

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 81
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Citizen's Committee of Owensboro - Correspondence, Official Bulletin No. 1, Re: Ku Klux Klan, 1923

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 82
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Clippings (Photographs Removed), 1904

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 83
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Clippings, 1950 May-August

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Clipping,Comb Sea Port for Practical Apparatus, undated

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Clippings, 1954 February 7-August 1

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Coal - Article, Daviess Has Had Share of Coal Mining Industry,, 1976 May 2

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Colonel Joseph Hamilton Daviess- biography and portrait, undated

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Education - Kentucky Wesleyan College - Clipping, 1951 October 10

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Education - Tilghman High School - Clipping, Last Class of Tilghman High,, 1955 May 26

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Government - Daviess County Court House - Article, undated

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Government - Owensboro City Hall - Newspaper Reprint, circa 1950s

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History of Owensboro - Clipping, Handwritten Note, Poem, Typed Report, 1929 April 21

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Hospitals - Clippings, 1947 June- 1952 March

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Hospitals - Our Lady of Mercy Hospital - Chronicle, 1944-1955

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Hospitals - Our Lady of Mercy Hospital - Fund Raising Letters by Lawrence W. Hager, 1946 June

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Military - KY National Guard - Editorial, 1955 April 2

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Owensboro Journalism, A History, undated

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YMCA - Clippings, 1953 March 29, Undated

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Distilleries, undated

Applegate Distilling Company History

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The Bailey Distillery History

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E.C. Berry Distilling Company History

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W.L. Berry Distillery Company History

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The Best and Sons Distilling Company No. 11 History

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The Boulware Distillery History

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George Cap Distillery History

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The Cliff Falls Distillery Company History

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The Daviess County Club Distillery History

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The Daviess County Distilling Company History

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The Dumphy Distilling Company History

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The Eagles Distillery Company History

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The J.W.M. Field Distillery History

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Fleischmann Distilling Corporation History

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Gerteisen Distilling Company History

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Glenmore Distilleries, Inc. History

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The Green River Distillery Company History

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The John Hanning Distillery No.1 History

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The James F. Hanning Distillery History

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W.S. Hazel Distillery History

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Hill and Hill Distillery Company History

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Hill, Perkins and Company History

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Hill and Perkins Distillery Company History

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Kentucky Sour Mash Distilling Company History

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L.M. Lancaster and Company Distillery History

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The Walter McFarland Distillery History

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The M.P. Mattingly Distillery Company History

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The Medley Distilling Company History (Photographs Removed)

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The Medley Distilling Company - Photographic Description of Removed Photographs

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E.P. Millet and Company Distillery History

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The Dan Monarch and Bro. Distillery History

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 46
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M.V. Monarch Distillery History

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The R. Monarch and Company Distillery History

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The S.I. Monarch Distilling Company History

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 49
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The T.J. Monarch Distillery Company History

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Murphy Distilling Company History

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The Old club Distilling Company History

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Other distilleries

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The Owensboro Distilling Company History

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The Owensboro Distilling Company History

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The Reed Distillery History

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The Cam Riley and Enos Coombs Distillery History

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The Rock Springs Distilling Company History

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The Old Stone distillery History

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Old Stanley Distillery Company History

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The Sour Mash Distilling Company History

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The John Thixton Distilling Company History

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J.T. Welch Distilling Company History

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The Westerfield Distillery History

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Entertainment, circa 1936-1974, undated

Hawes Park - News Release, 1974 December 24

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Plays - The Kentuckian - Clipping, 1954 October 10

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Professional Baseball (Kitty League) - Article, Editorial, Letter., circa 1936

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Professional Baseball - Article - William A. Bill" Ling

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Boxing - Clippings - Jack Dempsey, undated

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History, 1845-1970s

Chronology of Events, 1957-1958

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Finance, Stock Markets, 1970s

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First Things in Owensboro, Clippings History, 1845-1929

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First Things in Owensboro-Unpublished Stories, 1884, 1900, 1941

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 25
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Daviess County, 1858-1964, undated

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Daviess County-Owensboro Newspapers, 1844-1944

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Daviess County-Publishing Co. Buildings, 1885, 1906, 1915, 1950

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U.S.-Column: Chatterbox, 1941 February

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Industrial Progress Edition-Clippings, Editorials, 1947, 1955

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Texas Gas Edition-Clippings, Articles, 1959-1962

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 31
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Owensboro History Scrapbook, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 32
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Owensboro History Scrapbook, 1847-1962

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Early Reminiscences of the City of Owensboro, chapters 1-33 , 1866

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Rainey Bethea Public Hanging-Clippings, 1936

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Publications, 1931-1974, undated

Daviess County Sesquicentennial Historical Factbook, 1965

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In Kentucky,; Article about Alben Barkley, 1949

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In the Beginning... , 1968

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Our Flag, , 1974

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Report of the Jurors: First Publication of Newspaper Typography, , 1931

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History of Daviess County , undated

  • Box 97ms501-17, folder 114
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Reports, undated

Description of Breckinridge County - Typed Report, undated

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Description of Hancock County - Typed Report, undated

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Description of McLean County - Typed Report, undated

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Description of Muhlenberg County - Typed Report, undated

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Description of Ohio County - Typed Report, undated

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Transportation, 1922-1965, undated

Article- Explanation of Tables Showing Estimated Total Costs of road Surfaces in Illinois,, undated

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company - Clippings, 1949-1952

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. - President's Message, 1948 September

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad - Clipping, Romantic Era of Passenger Choo-Choo Passes From The Owensboro Scene,, 1958 November 17

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company - L and N: Its First 100 Years Publication by John E. Tilford, Railroad Information Publication, 1951-1955

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company - Inflation Hits the Highway Speech, Letter to Employees, The Railroads of Today and Tomorrow Speech, 1944 November 30- 1951 March

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Ohio River Basin - The Ohio River Basin: Progress or Retreat Brochure, 1954 April 15

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 7
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Owensboro Bridge - Clippings (Photographs Removed), 1954 May 22-August 17

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Ozark Air Lines - Clipping, Letter, News Releases (Photographs Removed), 1955 August-September

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 9
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State Highway Commission - Article, Clippings, Correspondence, 1925-1931, 1965

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 10
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United States Department of Agriculture - Pamphlet, Rules and Regulations... The Federal Highway Act,, 1922

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 11
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U.S. Highways 31, 41, 60 - Articles, Budget Reports, Clippings, Correspondence, Road Map of KY Publication, 1925-1930

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 12
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Utilities, 1918-1962, undated

Big Rivers Controversy - Article, Undated

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 13
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City of Kansas Department of Water Works and Street Lighting - Correspondence, 1922

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 14
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City Utility Commission - Bulletin, Clippings, Contracts, Correspondence, Minutes, 1960-1962, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 15
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Des Moines Electric Co. - Cashier's Stub, Correspondence, 1922

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 16
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Electric Light Plant and The Water Plant - Flyer, Clippings, Ordinance, Publications, Rates, 1922-1955, undated

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 17
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Indiana Pythian Building - Bulletin, Correspondence, 1922

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 18
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Kentucky Public Service Company - Bulletin, Correspondence, 1918-1927

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 19
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Light Rate Controversy - Clippings, Correspondence, Handwritten notes, rates, 1922

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 20
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Owensboro Municipal Utilities - Clippings, Handwritten notes, 1960

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 21
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Personal papers, 1909-1985, undated

Comprises biographical materials, awards, and correspondence that detail the personal life of Lawrence W. Hager, including aspects of his finances, his education at Centre College, his military service in World War I, and his marriage in 1921 to Martha August Brown.

Awards, 1946-1982, undated

The American Newspapers Publishers Association - Distinguished Member Award, 1976 May 5

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Centre College - Alumni Awards, 1967-1976

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Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame, 1982 April 5

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 26
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Kentucky Press Association, 1970 January 25

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 27
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Kentucky Wesleyan College - Doctor of Letters, 1965 May 30

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Laurel County, Kentucky - Certificate of Adoption, 1950

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Naval Enlisted Reserve Association, 1975 May 10

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Owensboro Bar Association - Liberty Bell Award, 1967 May 1

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Owensboro/Daviess County Chamber of Commerce - Life Membership, 1959 January 8

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16th Annual Exhibition of Newspaper Typography, 1946 June 4

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Transylvania College, 1954 April 23

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Treasury Department - War Finance Committee, undated

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University of Kentucky - Citation, 1965 February 5

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Biographical materials and files, 1909-1985, undated

Articles about Lawrence Hager, 1909, 1970

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Article - Good Neighborly City Proud of Its 41 Industries in In Kentucky, Good Neighbors in Calhoun News, 1940- 1941

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Article - This I Believe Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, 1970 May

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Augusta B. Hager and Elizabeth B. Ginn Trusteeship - Deed of Release Between The Owensboro National Bank and Augusta B. Hager and Elizabeth B. Ginn, Financial Correspondence and Information, Land Deed, 1940-1950

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Biographical Material

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Biography- Lawrence White Hager's Life, Undated

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Birth - Letter from Lawrence Hager's Aunt Laura to Her Brother

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Clippings - Miscellaneous

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Financial Information, Legal Documents

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Financial Information, Legal Documents, undated

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Health problems-Mayo Clinic; Medical information, 1952-1976

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Bessie W. Hager (Mother); death of S.W. Hager

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Education - Centre College - Clippings, Correspondence (Photographs Removed to Photgraphic Series)

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Education - Centre College - Yearbook, 1909

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Education - Centre College - Yearbook, 1910

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Kentucky Press Association pin and name tag, undated

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Land Plats - Griffith-Dale Sub-Division

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Marriage to Martha Augusta Brown, Honeymoon, 1921 June 25

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Memoir by Lawrence W. Hager, undated

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Military - World War I - Commission, Discharge, Insurance Policy, Physical Examination, Promotions, etc., 1917-1918

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Military - World War I - Letters to and from Parents, 1917-1918

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Military - World War I - Orders, 1917-1918

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New business strategy meeting notes, 1985 January

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Residence - Deed, Plats

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Correspondence, 1921-1973, undated

Correspondence - Lindsey Blayney - Letters and Blayney Family Genealogy

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 40
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Correspondence, undated

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 41
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Correspondence - Mrs. Lawrence (Augusta) Hager

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Correspondence- Letters from Lawrence to Augusta Hager, 1921-1922

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Correspondence-Between W. Hager and J. A. Brown, 1927-1940

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 44
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Correspondence - European Vacation, 1953 May-June

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 45
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Notes, letters, and brochures, 1921-1973

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Over Sized Christmas Cards , 1972, 1973

Oversize Christmas greeting cards, 1972-1973

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Publications, 1924-1953, undated

Air Power Can Be Peace Power by G.W. Vaughn, 1944 August

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Kentucky Development and Association: A Preliminary Statement , 1945 December 21

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Kentucky Through Fifteen Decades of Statehood, 1792-1942 by Edgar Erskme Hume, 1942 June 6

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London Naval Treaty by Henry L. Stimson, 1930 June 12

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Of Whom Shall I Be Afraid? - Of What by Mark Ethridge, 1953 June 2

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Reconversion - Idle Talk Means Idle Men by George Romney, 1944 September 21

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Religion Is Inescapable News by Henry Martin, 1944 February 1

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Surgeon John Jones, U.S. Army: Father of American Surgery and Author of America's First Medical Book by Edgar Erskine Hume, 1943 January

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 21
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The Poll Tax Fact Sheet by the National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, circa 1946

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 22
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The Postwar Responsibility of the American Press by Edward L. Bernays, undated

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 23
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Woodrow Wilson Memorial Address by Edwin Anderson Alderman, 1924 December 15

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Speeches, 1919-1946, undated

Advertising Rates (Kentucky Press Association, 1932 June 18

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S.W. Anderson and Co. on Anderson's 50th Birthday Celebration (Radio Address), 1939 September 13

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City Manager Form of Government (Investigator's Club), undated

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History of Democracy in Daviess County (Daviess County Women's Democratic Club), 1933 January 17

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Ken-Rad Tube and Lamp Corporation, 1943 September 18

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Kentucky Wesleyan College, undated

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The Bulwark of Our Future Defense(Investigator's Club of Owensboro), 1919

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World War Two War Bond Speech Notes, 1943 May 7

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Your Editorial Page, (Kentucky Press Association), undated

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Banquet for Mullen and Haynes Company- O.H. Williams-Industrial Progress, 1946 October 23

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Writings, 1936-1939, undated

Death of Brig General Henry H. Denhardt, 1937 September 20

  • Box 97ms501-18, folder 46
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Editorials, 1936-1939

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Diary- Flood of 1937; Diary of a Refugee- Floods by Lawrence Hager, undated

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Poems, undated

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Politics, 1899-1977, undated

Comprises correspondence and clippings that document Lawrence Hager's relationship with various local, state, and national politicians. Of particular interest is the correspondence from Alben W. Barkley, Fred M. Vinson, Glover Cary, Wilbur Miller, and James Breathitt, as well as the Messenger-Inquirer's involvement in endorsing and supporting various candidates.

Anti-Sales Tax Associations of Kentucky, Inc. - Broadside Commending Governor A.B. Happy Chandler, 1937 June 15

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Philip P. Ardery - Correspondence, 1946

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Alben W. Barkley - Articles, Clippings

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Alben W. Barkley - Correspondence, Speech, 1930-1956

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 41
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J.C.W. Beckham - Clipping (The Times, Louisville), 1908 March 13

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 42
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Robert Worth Bingham - Clippings, Correspondence, Telegram, 1933-1935

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 43
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James Breathitt Jr. - Correspondence, Clippings, Memorial, 1930-1936

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 44
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Brock-Gilbert Act (Kentucky Senate Bill 414), 1930

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 45
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John Y. Brown Sr. - Letter, 1946 November 15

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Calhoun Bridge Controversy (McLean County, Kentucky) - Clipping, 1927

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 47
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Glover Cary - Correspondence, 1932-1936

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 48
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James E. Carter - Editorial Research Report - Politics and Religion by Helen B. Shaffer, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 49
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A.B. Happy Chandler - Clippings, Correspondence, Editorials, News Letters, 1935-1959

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 50
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Virgil Chapman - Correspondence, 1948-1950

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 51
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Earle C. Clements - Correspondence, Congressional Reports on Food Shortages, 1945

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 52
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Constitutional Revisions - Clipping, 1960

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Daviess County - Letter from Lawrence W. Hager Sr. to Ernest M. Ford Regarding Partisan City Commission Bill, 1932

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 54
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Daviess County Association Against the Eighteenth Amendment - Telegram and Letter Regarding Glover Cary's Son and Patronage Job, 1932 June 20

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 55
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Daviess County Bar Association and Politics - Clipping, 1964

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 56
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J. Lyter Donaldson - Broadside, Clippings, Editorial, 1943-1945

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 57
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Dwight D. Eisenhower - Clippings, 1954 April 24

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 58
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Election, 1929 - Clell Coleman - Correspondence, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 59
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Election (Special), Congressional, 1929 - John W. Moore - Circular, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 60
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Election, Congressional, 1930 - Letter and Editorial Regarding Support for Glover Cary, 1930

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 61
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Election, Congressional, 1932 - Broadside from Mountain Democrats in Support of Finley Hamilton, Form Letter from Candidate Fred M. Vinson, 1932

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 62
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Election, Congressional, 1958 - Editorial

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 63
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Election, Gubernatorial, 1931 - James Breathitt Jr. - Clipping, Correspondence, Form Letters

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1931 - Daviess County Democratic Campaign Committee - Lists of Contributions and Expenses, 1931

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 65
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Election, Gubernatorial, 1931 - Democratic State Campaign Committee - Correspondence and Suggested Editorials, 1931

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1935 - Correspondence, Editorials, 1934-1936

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1935 - Correspondence Regarding Lawrence W. Hager's Candidacy, 1934 July-August

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 68
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Election, Gubernatorial, 1943 - Clipping, Ben Kilgore Correspondence, Rodes K. Myers Speech, 1943

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1947 - Clipping, 1946

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1951 - Clipping, 1951 May 13

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1951 - Young Democratic Clubs of Kentucky - Public Opinion Poll Questionnaire, undated

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1955 - Clipping, Lawrence W. Hager Sr. Statement Clipping, Letter from Lawrence W. Hager Sr., 1955

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 73
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Election, Gubernatorial, 1959 - Clippings, 1959

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Election, Gubernatorial, 1971 - Lawrence W. Hager Sr. Letter to Newspaper Editors, Clipping, 1970

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 75
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Election, Local, 1949 - Letter, 1949

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Election, Senatorial, 1930 - Leaflets in Favor of Prohibition and Against the Candidacy of A.O. Stanley, 1929, undated

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 77
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Election, Senatorial, 1932 - George B. Martin Speech, Rules of the Democratic Party, Campaign Flyer, Lawrence W. Hager Sr. Letter to Alben W. Barkley, 1932

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 78
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Election, Senatorial, 1946 - Election Results in Daviess County, 1946-1947

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Election, Senatorial, 1955 - Letter to the Editor from Sam Ezelle Supporting Alben W. Barkley - Clipping, undated

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Election, State Representative, 1937 - Morton J. Holbrook Letter to Lawrence W. Hager Sr., 1937

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 81
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Election, State Senate, 1933 - James Breathitt Jr. - Clipping, Editorial, 1933, undated

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 82
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Carl Elliott (U.S. House of Representatives) - Speech in Congressional Record titled "Water Resources: A Key to Agricultural Progress, 1951 August 15

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 83
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James A Farley- Holiday Greetings, 1937

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 84
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Charles G. Franklin - Letter From J. Lyter Donaldson for Governor Campaign Headquarters, 1943 September 8

  • Box 97ms501-19, folder 85
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Robert H. Gore Sr. - Clippings, 1972

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Green River Valley Citizens League, Inc. - Clippings, Correspondence, Development Program, News Letters, News Releases [Photograph of Major General Charles G. Holle Transferred to Photographic Series], 1956

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 1
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Lawrence W. Hager Sr. - Appointment to U.S. Senate Conjecture - Clippings, 1948

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 2
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Emmett Hite - Letter from Lawrence W. Hager Sr., 1943 June 18

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 3
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Herbert Hoover - Clippings, undated

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 4
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Keen Johnson - Clipping, Letters, 1932-1960

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 5
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Estes Kefauver - Clipping, 1952

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 6
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John F. Kennedy - Clipping, Luncheon Menu, 1956, 1961

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 7
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Kentucky Politics- Broadsides, Clippings, Correspondence, Editorials, 1928-1946

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 8-9
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Kentucky State Court of Appeals - Letter from Gus Thomas, 1934

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 10
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Kentucky's Constitution by H. Frederick Willkie (Incomplete), ca. 1947

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 11
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Kentucky's First Governors - Clipping, 1907

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D.H. Kincheloe - Letters, 1929, 1930

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 13
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Ruby Laffoon - Clippings, Correspondence, Editorials, 1931-1936

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 14
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Lexington Herald - Editorial Regarding Textbook Scandal, undated

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 15
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Marvel Mills Logan - Correspondence, Campaign Expenses in Daviess County, 1929-1936

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 16
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Joseph P. McCarthy - Clippings, 1953, 1954

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 17
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George B. Martin - Letter Regarding Senate Race, 1932 June 28

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 18
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Wilbur K. Miller - Clippings, Correspondence, 1945-1946

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 19
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Mississippi - Ross A. Collins - Clipping, Newspaper, 1934 August 26

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 20
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William H. Natcher - Correspondence, 1974

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 21
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Owensboro - City Manager Form of Government, circa 1950s

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 22
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Owensboro - Ernest M. Ford - Broadsides, Correspondence, News Clippings, ca. 1954

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 23
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Owensboro - Political Advertisements, 1957

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 24
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Owensboro - Republican Party - News Clippings, 1899, 1907

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 25
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Panama Canal - Address of Maurice H. Thatcher, 1930 May 26

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 26
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Edward F. Prichard - News Clipping Regarding Constitutional Revision, 1966 May 28

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 27
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Racial Desegregation - News Clipping, Letter, Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Newsletters, 1951-1953

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 28
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Miss Frank Reid - Letter, 1935 June 26

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 29
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Beckham Robertson (Commonwealth Attorney) - News Clippings, 1940

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 30
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Franklin D. Roosevelt - Campaign Book of the Democratic Party, Editorials, News Clippings, News Releases, 1932

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 31
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Frederic M. Sackett - News Release and Speech Regarding the Success of Prohibition, Speech in Congressional Record in Defense of President Herbert Hoover, 1928 April 20-1929 July 1

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 32
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Flem D. Sampson - Kentucky Progress Commission - Correspondence, News Clipping, 1929-1930

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 33
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School Integration - Clay, Henderson, Sebree, Sturgis - News Clippings, 1956-1957

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 34
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Jouett Shouse - News Clipping, circa 1929

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 35
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State Democratic Party Reorganization - Clippings, 1932

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 36
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State Parks - Clippings, 1929

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 37
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Adlai Stevenson - News Clippings, 1952, 1956

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 38
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J.H. Thompson - Omnibus Tax Law Repeal, 1937 January 5

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 39
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Harry S Truman - News Clippings, Margaret Truman Letter, Truman Library Institute Newsletter, 1948-1977

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 40
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U.S. Congress - Editorials Regarding Kentucky Congressmen Who Did Not Support President Roosevelt's Program, 1936

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 41
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U.S. Court of Appeals - Wilbur K. Miller - Correspondence, Editorials Regarding Lawrence W. Hager for the Senate, News Clippings, Obituary, 1945-1950, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 42
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Fred M. Vinson, 1931-1960

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 43
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Fred M. Vinson Jr. - Correspondence, 1974

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 44
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Fred Weir - Correspondence, 1944

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 45
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Who's Who: Kentucky General Assembly, 1928, 1932

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 46
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Garrett L. Withers - Correspondence, 1950

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 47
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Urey Woodson - Address Titled The Good Old Days,Correspondence, 1914-1936

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 48
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Gates F. Young - Correspondence, News Clippings, 1929-1931

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 49
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Public service, 1867-1980, undated

Comprises correspondence, articles, newsletters, and reports that document Lawrence W. Hager's involvement in Owensboro, Kentucky civic affairs, including his founding of the Goodfellow's Club.

American Newspaper Publishers Association, 1966, 1976

Associated Press Luncheon correspondence, guest list, 1976 May 3

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Distinguished Member Award - Messenger-Inquirer Employee Newsletter, 1976 May 5

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 52
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Editor and Publisher - News Clipping Picturing Lawrence Hager Sr. and Jr., 1966 April 30

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 53
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Thank You Letters from Lawrence Hager Sr. and Jr., 1976 May 10

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 54
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Chamber of Commerce, 1934-1970

Annual Report, 1934-1935

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 57
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Highway and Bridge Committee - Minutes, 1934 January 19

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 58
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Letter, Minutes, 1934 November 16

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 59
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Newsletter - This I Believe Article, 1970 May

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 60
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Newsletters, Market Data, 1958-1961

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 61
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Retail Merchants Division - Survey, 1958

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 62
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War Bond Campaign - Article, 1945 July

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 63
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Goodfellows Club, 1916-1977, undated

Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, Minutes, Treasurer's Reports, 1936-1969

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 66
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Contribution Article, 1916

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 70
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Correspondence, Invoices, Lists of Contributors, News Clippings, Notes , 1916-1975

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 67-69
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Financial Reports, Inventory Report, Shoe Purchase Report, 1972-1977

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 71
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Memorandum Regarding Party, 1972

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 72
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Messiah Presentation - Letter, Clipping, Programs, 1941-1975

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 73
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Mr. Goodfellow News Clipping, 1969 December 23

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 74
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Party Schedule, undated

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 75
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Kentucky Press Association, 1869-1979

Convention Scrapbook, Copies of News Clippings, 1934 February 22-24

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 77
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History - Articles, List of Presidents and Secretaries, 1869-1964

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 78
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Owensboro Meeting - Editorial Comments, 1934 June

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 79
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Edwards M. Templin Award - News Clippings, 1970 January 25

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 80
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Edwards M. Templin Award - News Clippings, 1970 January 29

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 81
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Edwards M. Templin Award - Speeches by Lawrence W. Hager Sr. and Enos Swain, 1969

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 82
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Through K.P.A. Stories With Soap Chips and Water News Clippings, 1948 January 27

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 83
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Kentucky Wesleyan College - Correspondence, News Clippings, Resolution, 1950-1979

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 85
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Rotary Club, 1922-circa 1970s

Correspondence, Program Listing Officers and Members from 1915 to 1955, 1955

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 7
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Report of Kiddies Fund, Definition, Purpose, Objective Plans pamphlet of the International Society For Crippled Children, 1922, 1924

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 8
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George Caldwell Hager (Rotary International President) biography and article on visit, 1939

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 9
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Lawrence W. Hager's Service to Health, 1940

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 10
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Mary Kendall home clinic article, 161st District Conference program, 1942

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 11
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Newsletter, 1944 September 29

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 12
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Correspondence, Postcard, 1947

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 13
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News Nuggets from the Kentucky Society For Crippled Children clippings, 1948

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 14
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Clippings, Impetus newsletter, 1949

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 15
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Clippings, newsletters, programs, 1950s

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 16
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History of first Owensboro Rotary, list of past District Governors, correspondence, membership roster, 1960s

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 17
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Membership Lists, Newsletters, circa 1970s

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 18
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Assorted organizations, 1867-1980

American Legion - Letters, Resolution on Deaths of John F. Hagner and Marion Kiess, Photocopy of Souvenir Program, 1921-1951

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 50
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Awards - Correspondence, News Clipping, 1976

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 55
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Brescia College- Clippings, correspondence, 1961

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 56
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4-H Clubs - Thank You Letter, 1955 January 5

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 65
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Community/Industry Development - Copy of Whitesville Survey, Daviess County Agricultural History Paper, Highway System Correspondence, Owensboro Bridge News Clipping, News Clippings, 1867-1965

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 64
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International Society For Crippled Children - Correspondence, 1929 April 15

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 76
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National Planning Association - Letter Regarding Lawrence W. Hager Sr.'s Nomination to the National Council, 1954 October 7

  • Box 97ms501-20, folder 84
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Our Lady of Mercy Hospital - Television Station Application Exhibits, Letters, 1946, undated

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 1
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Owensboro Airport - Correspondence, News Clippings, 1940-1943

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 2-3
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Owensboro/Daviess County Industrial Foundation - News Clipping, 1957 February 15

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 4
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Pendennis Club (Louisville, Kentucky) - Letter, 1950

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 5
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Red Cross - Article, Letter, 1953 July 2-1954 July 9

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 6
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Treasury Department - War Finance Committee, 1945-1948

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 20
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United Way - Annual Report, 1980

  • Box 97ms501-48, folder 21
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Photographs, [1866?]-1990, undated

Comprises photographs, negatives, and photograph albums of Hager family members, Owensboro businesses, Kentucky politicians and landscapes, and Daviess County distilleries. Also includes a photograph album for Elizabeth White Hager's Roxbury High School class of 1880 (Boston, Massachusetts).

Elizabeth White Hager, Roxbury High School (Boston, Massachusetts), class of 1880 photo album, 1880, undated

Photo album, undated

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[S. M. Nishin?], 1880 June 30

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Emily [Nuks?], 1880 June

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Unidentified man, 1880

  • Box 53, item 3
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Eliza D. Gardner, 1880 June

  • Box 53, item 4
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C. S. Plumer, 1880

  • Box 53, item 5
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Fan E. Butcheler, 1880 May 4

  • Box 53, item 6
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A mon amie et élève Miss White, souvenir Roxbury High School , 1880 May 24

  • Box 53, item 7
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[Edna F. Calder?], 1880

  • Box 53, item 8
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 53, item 9
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[A. N. Small?], 1880 May 31

  • Box 53, item 10
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 53, item 11
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B. L. Chandler, undated

  • Box 53, item 12
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Carrie Floyd, 1880

  • Box 53, item 13
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 53, item 14
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 53, item 15
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Lizzie C. [McKim?], 1880 April 27

  • Box 53, item 16
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Alice A. Carter, 1880

  • Box 53, item 17
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C. L. Russell, undated

  • Box 53, item 18
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G. A. Hibbard, 1880 April 29

  • Box 53, item 19
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Louise, undated

  • Box 53, item 20
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Emily F. [Shurtleff?], 1880

  • Box 53, item 21
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Edgar A. Josselyn, undated

  • Box 53, item 22
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[W. E. Doures?], 1880 May 5

  • Box 53, item 23
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Bertram F. Clark, 1880 April 1880

  • Box 53, item 24
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Lucia R. Peabody, 1880

  • Box 53, item 25
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R. R. Rogers, undated

  • Box 53, item 26
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Kittie F. Cleary, 1880

  • Box 53, item 27
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Nellie, 1880 May

  • Box 53, item 28
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E. Harrington, 1880

  • Box 53, item 29
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Helen A. Gardner, undated

  • Box 53, item 30
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A. E. Josselyn, 1880

  • Box 53, item 31
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Irving Wilde, 1880

  • Box 53, item 32
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Helen Thomas, 1880 April 29

  • Box 53, item 33
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Clara H. Balch, 1880 June

  • Box 53, item 34
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Hattie A. Fowle, 1880

  • Box 53, item 35
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 53, item 36
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Photograph album, [1866?]-1886, 1926-1933, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 53, item 37
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Catherine Cane, 1933

  • Box 53, item 38
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 53, item 39
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 53, item 40
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Unidentified man and woman, undated

  • Box 53, item 41
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 53, item 42
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Laura R. White, undated

  • Box 53, item 43
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Kate White, 1867

  • Box 53, item 44
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Unidentified Female child, undated

  • Box 53, item 45
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[Laura?], undated

  • Box 54, item 1
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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

  • Box 54, item 12
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John Mayhew, undated

  • Box 54, item 13
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[J. B. Brince?], [1866?]

  • Box 54, item 14
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Jesus and the 12 Apostles, 1871

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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 54, item 16
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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified man and woman [Ma and Pa?], 1929 July

  • Box 54, item 20
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Unidentified child, undated

  • Box 54, item 21
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Unidentified child, 1886 August 13

  • Box 54, item 22
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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Winslow Harris White, 1894

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Sarah White Norwood and Charles Joseph Norwood, 1926

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified children, undated

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Unidentified women, undated

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Unidentified women, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified woman and child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified child, undated

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Unidentified man and child, undated

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Unidentified man and child, undated

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Unidentified man, undated

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Unidentified woman, undated

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Unidentified painting/drawing, undated

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Unidentified children, undated

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Photograph album of landscapes, undated

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Photographs, circa 1800s-1990, undated

Bessie White portrait with birthday cake, undated

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Bessie White portrait with birthday cake and Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. with mother, Bessie White Hager, undated

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Bessie White Hager, Laura White, Old First Christian Church, Ashland, Kentucky, undated

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Bessie Hager with son Lawrence W. Hager, circa late 1940s

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Top: Bessie White Hager, Lawrence W. Hager, Sr.; Bottom: Lawrence Hager Sr., W.L. Matthews, circa 1939, undated

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Lawrence Hager Sr. as an infant with his [mother, Bessie White Hager, or grandmother, Sarah White], undated

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Lawrence Hager Sr., in tuxedo, with his mother, Bessie White Hager, with corsage., undated

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Bessie Hager with son Lawrence W. Hager, circa late 1940s

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Left to Right, Lawrence White Hager, Bessie White Hager, Samuel Wilber Hager, W. Bruce Hager, undated

  • Box 22, item 16
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Left to Right, Bessie White Hager, Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., undated

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Bessie White Hager, Lawrence Hager Sr. The picture was taken when the Owensboro Rotary Club gave a dinner in Lawrence Hager's honor. The dinner took place at the end of his term as the Rotary District Governor, 1938-1939, circa 1939

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Left to Right, Bessie White Hager, Lawrence Hager, Sr., undated

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John S. Hager Portrait, undated

  • Box 22, item 21
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John S. Hager Portrait, 1974 June

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John S. Hager Portrait, 1973 October 4

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John S. Hager with other delegation members from the American Society of Newspaper Editors, on steps in USSR, 1986 July

  • Box 22, item 25-26
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John S. Hager in USSR, 1986 July

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John S. Hager Portraits, 1973 October 4

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John S. Hager Portrait, 1974 June

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John S. Hager Portraits, 1970s

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John S. Hager Portrait, undated

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John S. Hager, Kentucky Press Association Meeting - left to right, Fred Paxton (?) and John Hager, 1980 June

  • Box 22, item 36
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(John S. Hager) Morton Holbrook with guests at Kentucky Derby, undated

  • Box 22, item 37
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John S. Hager, portrait-young man, undated

  • Box 22, item 38
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John S. Hager Family Portrait, undated

  • Box 22, item 39
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John S. Hager talking on telephone, circa 1969

  • Box 22, item 40
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John S. Hager and family at Kentucky Derby, undated

  • Box 22, item 41
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John and Larry Hager sitting in front of a fireplace, undated

  • Box 22, item 42
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John Hager) Ray Edwards, Fred Paxton, Kentucky Press Association Meeting at Kentucky Lake, 1975

  • Box 22, item 43
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John Hager (with camera), talking with Governor and Mrs. Wendell Ford, 1974

  • Box 22, item 44
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Kentucky Press Association Meeting at Kentucky Lake, Fred Paxton serving tennis ball, 1975

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Kentucky Press Association Meeting at Kentucky Lake, l-r unidentified woman, Ray Edwards, 1975

  • Box 22, item 46
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Kentucky Press Association Meeting at Kentucky Lake, 1975

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Editors of American Legion Post Newspapers - left to right, John S. Hager, President Larry Boos, Mary Ida Heitz, 1981 April

  • Box 22, item 49
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John S. Hager Portraits, circa 1970s

  • Box 22, item 50
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John S. Hager Portrait as Young Man, undated

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John S. Hager talking with unidentified man at Kentucky Press Association meeting in Lexington, Kentucky, 1978 October

  • Box 22, item 52
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John S. Hager at microphone at Kentucky Press Association meeting in Lexington, Kentucky, 1978 October

  • Box 22, item 53
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John S. Hager Portrait, 1978 July

  • Box 22, item 54
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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. holding his infant son, Lawrence W. Hager Jr, undated

  • Box 22, item 55-56
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Left to Right, Dick Thomas, Samuel Wilber Hager, Robert T. Caldwell, 1916

  • Box 22, item 57
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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and Martha Augusta Hager at 50th wedding anniversary, 1971

  • Box 22, item 58-62
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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. holding son Lawrence W. Hager, Jr., undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. with Martha Augusta Hager during honeymoon, 1921 August

  • Box 22, item 66
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Hager home at 1844 Griffith Avenue in Owensboro, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 22, item 67-69
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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., with golf clubs, and Martha Augusta, circa 1920s

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Martha Augusta Hager Portrait?, undated

  • Box 23, item 2
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Martha Augusta Hager Passport Photograph, 1964 February 24

  • Box 23, item 3-6
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Hager Family Sterling Silver Service Set, undated

  • Box 23, item 7-19
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Martha Augusta Hager at Messenger-Inquirer Picnic at Hawes Park, 1978 September 24

  • Box 23, item 20
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Martha Augusta Brown (Hager) Child Portrait, circa 1900

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Martha Augusta (Brown) Hager Wedding Portrait, 1921 June 25

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Martha Augusta Brown (Hager) Prep School Portrait, circa 1915-1918

  • Box 23, item 23-24
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Left to Right, Martha Augusta Hager, (Aimee?) Held, Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., circa 1960s

  • Box 23, item 25
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Martha Augusta Hager As Young Woman Portrait, undated

  • Box 23, item 26
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Laura Brown (4th from left in back row), Martha Augusta (Brown) Hager's sister, at 10th Anniversary of University of Michigan's first coeducational graduating class. Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. (6 years old) is in front row, circa 1896

  • Box 23, item 27
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Laura Brown (4th from left in back row), Martha Augusta (Brown) Hager's sister, at 10th Anniversary of University of Michigan's first coeducational graduating class. Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. (6 years old) is in front row, circa 1986

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Martha Augusta Hager with infant son Lawrence W. Hager, Jr., undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. with Martha Augusta Hager on honeymoon, postcard titled Honeymooners on the North Pacific Ocean, 1921 June 25

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and Martha Augusta Hager with grandchildren in living room of residence on Griffith Avenue, circa 1960s

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and Martha Augusta Hager with children and grandchildren, undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and Martha Augusta Hager cutting cake at 50th wedding anniversary, 1971 June

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., speaking, and Martha Augusta Hager at banquet, undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and Martha Augusta Hager standing in front of doorway, circa 1970s

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and Martha Augusta Hager behind cake at 50th wedding anniversary, 1971 June

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Martha Augusta Hager Portrait outside in front of flower garden, 1960 June

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Martha Augusta Hager on front porch of Hager home on Griffith Avenue, undated

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Martha Augusta Hager (in back seat) in Army jeep behind Kentucky Governor Keen Johnson. Harry Holder is second from left, circa 1940s

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Martha Augusta Brown (Hager) Portrait at circa 6 years old, undated

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Martha Augusta Hager Portrait, undated

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Martha Augusta Hager distributing free circus tickets to purchasers of war bonds. Left to right, Mrs. Helen Cox, Martha Augusta Hager, Mr. and Mrs. K.E. Sutherland, circa 1943

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Martha Augusta Brown (Hager) Portrait, circa 1920s

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Martha Augusta Hager Portrait, circa 1930s

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Samuel Wilber (S.W.) Hager Portraits, undated

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(Samuel Wilber (S.W.) Hager) S.W. Hager with Workmen's Compensation Board, circa 1915

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(Samuel Wilber (S.W.) Hager) Two unidentified women with children, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager Portrait, circa 1906

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager residence in Ashland, Kentucky, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager family portrait Left to right, Lawrence W. Hager, Bessie White Hager, S.W. Hager, W. Bruce Hager, circa 1914

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager portrait, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) Unidentified boy, possibly Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., with lamb, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) Small boy, possibly Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., watering plant, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) Two young children, possibly Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. and W. Bruce Hager, sitting on running board of Model T Ford, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager family portrait in Salyersville, Kentucky, circa 1890

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager standing in front of horse., circa 1905

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager at unidentified groundbreaking ceremony, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager with unidentified group, undated

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager--front row, second from right--with members of the Kentucky State Auditor's office, circa 1906

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager, Ashland Bank president, seated at table with white porcelain spittoon on floor nearby, circa 1900

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager, merchant and bank president in Ashland, Kentucky, sitting in bank with bank staff, circa 1900

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager with Workmen's Compensation Board members. Left to right, Richard Thomas from Bowling Green, S.W. Hager, and Robert Caldwell from Ashland, circa 1912-1913

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager with staff of the Workmen's Compensation Board, 1916 April 1

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) Grandfather Hager's Salyersville house, circa 1890

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager portrait, circa 1915

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager as State Auditor with office staff., circa 1906

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(Samuel Wilber Hager) S.W. Hager residence in Ashland, Kentucky, prior to moving to Frankfort when elected State Treasurer, circa 1899

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Vanessa Hager as infant, undated

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Left to right, W. Bruce Hager, Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., undated

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W. Bruce Hager and Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. at entrance to old Federal Building, after its conversion into Messenger-Inquirer offices, at 3rd and Allen St., 1959 September 26

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Mary Louise Norwood, undated

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Unidentified male child dressed in naval clothing. Christmas tag attached to photograph reads, To Aunt Laura from Winslow, undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. with Harry Lee Waterfield and two unidentified men at Kentucky Press Association meeting, undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. pressing button to start press for the first all-morning run of Messenger-Inquirer, 1968 July 17

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. starting the press, 1968 September 9

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First airplane delivery of the Owensboro-Inquirerto the Greenville-Central City territory, 1950 January 16

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American Newspaper Publishers Association Distinguished Member Award, presented to Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., 1976 May 5

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News and News photo Reports Citation being presented to Messenger-Inquirer Associated Press Managing Editors Association. Left to right, John Colburn (President of APME), Frank Abrams (Messenger-Inquirer photographer), Lawrence W. Hager Jr, circa 1959

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Everly Brothers portrait, undated

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Marian Elizabeth Grady portrait, undated

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Letter from Malcolm Greep, general manager of WVJS, regarding radio survey, 1949 February 18

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Nancy Head (?) Jones engagement photograph, undated

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Hudson-Moore engagement photograph, undated

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125th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Baptist Convention held in Owensboro, Kentucky. Left to right, Dr. G.A. McClure, Rev. T.L. McSwain (pastor of Third Baptist Church), Dr. E. Keevil Judy (pastor of First Baptist Church in Henderson, Ky.), Lewis C. Ray, and Leo T. Crismon, undated

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Legg-Montgomery engagement photograph, undated

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First issue of the Owensboro Examiner, 1875 January 1

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. accepting award from Junior Achievers of Owensboro, 1964

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Outside of Messenger-Inquirer building, undated

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Outside of Messenger-Inquirer building at old post office location at 3rd and Allen Streets, circa 1960s

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Outside of Messenger-Inquirer building at old post office location at 3rd and Allen Streets, 1968 February 12

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Old Composing Room of Messenger-Inquirer, undated

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Outside of Messenger-Inquirer building at old post office location at 3rd and Allen Streets, undated

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Owensboro-Inquirer staff portrait Left to right, Perry Stephens (Apprentice), Ed Pendleton (Linotype Operator), Marion R. Smith (Foreman and Makeup), Simon Logsdon (Press Foreman), Bert Tromley (Linotype, machinist, & typesetter), Al Anderson (Ad Compositor), Raymond Hicks (Foreman and Operator), and Merle HopJohnson (Assistant Pressman), circa 1912-1914

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Anti-merger billboard, Merger=Combined Government, Hospital Board=Example of Merged Government, Merger=Turmoil, Tax Savings?, 1990

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Anti-merger billboard, Merger Means . . . You Will Pay and Pay and Pay and Pay . . ., 1990

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Anti-merger billboard, Merger Stinks., 1990

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Anti-merger billboard, Surprise, Surprise, Your Tax Bill Will Rise, 1990

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Montage of Messenger-Inquirer history, 1975

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Wendell Moseley (It Takes All Kinds columnist) portrait, undated

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From Promote Music Week. Group of unidentified women, undated

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WOMI television-Radio station data by counties and cities, 1949 Spring

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Anne Shauer portrait, undated

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Nancy E. Shuck-Newman portrait, undated

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WOMI Radio 10th Anniversary, 1948

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WOMI Radio, Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. addressing crowd from speaking platform in front of Cornell's Short Orders store and McKinney & Son Insurance during Ohio River bridge dedication, undated

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WOMI Radio 20th Anniversary. Left to right, Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., Hugh O. Potter, 1958 February 7

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WOMI Radio 20th Anniversary. Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. holding model of WOMI Radio building with Hugh Potter (center) and two unidentified men, 1958 February 7

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WOMI Radio reception room at Beaver Dam, Kentucky, undated

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WOMI Radio Opening Banquet, 1938 February 7

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WOMI Radio. Ohio River bridge dedication ceremony, undated

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WOMI Radio building, undated

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WOMI Television application-Clippings, Left to right, Dr. Wade Weldon (pastor of the Settle Memorial Church in Owensboro, committee chair of Protestant Churches), Lawrence W. Hager, Sr., Dr. Oscar Lever (president of Kentucky Wesleyan College, chair of the Education Committee), and Joseph W. Castlen Jr. (supervisor, Wage Administration, Texas Gas Transmission Corporation, chair of Industry and Men's Organizations), undated

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Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. with General Motors Strike Edition of Messenger-Inquirer, 1946 April

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WOMI Television – Television Station application – Clippings, 1923-1965] Appendix – Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. biography. Lawrence W. Hager, Sr. speaking from rear of President Harry S Truman's