Kentucky Association of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Records,1909-1986

Descriptive Summary

Title
Kentucky Association of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Records,1909-1986
Creator
Kentucky Association of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
Extent
8.55 cubic feet, 14,250 items, 19 boxes
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Molly Clark; machine-readable finding aid created by:Hilary Writt
Repository
Eastern Kentucky University

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Some Milestones in the History of KAHPERD by Peggy Stanaland .The history of almost any society is but an accounting for its people, places, and events (the who, what, when, and where of things) surrounding that society. Interpreting that accounting would, of necessity, involve an observation of trends and/or beliefs (the why or cause-and-effect of things)that may have emerged through the years. The story of the Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance can be described in such terms. From the time of its inception in 1909 to the present, this organization has been the story of professional people who cared, people who caused things to happen, and people who made a difference by what they did, what they thought, and what work they inspired.
Walter Mustaine can receive much of the credit for bringing about the Kentucky Physical Education Association. He was insightful enough to include in his efforts William G. Anderson, the man who had brought the American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education(eventually the American Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance) to fruition some twenty-four years earlier. The first meeting of the Kentucky Association was held at the Estill Springs Hotel in Irvine, Kentucky, during the regular meeting of the Kentucky Education Association (KEA). A petition signed by interested physical educators requested that the new group be a part of KEA and be known as the Department of Physical Education in the Kentucky Education Association. This petition was accepted, but the organization had a different name. From 1909 on, the Kentucky Physical Education Association was affiliated with KEA.After 1913, the KEA gathering was always held in the city of Louisville.
There are a number of consistencies or threads of continuity that existed within the physical education association through the many decades that followed. These threads of continuity can be viewed as trends that led to many formative decisions on the part of the members. After the first meeting in Irvine, for the next forty-five years, KPEA (eventually KAHPERD) met in conjunction with the annual meeting of KEA. It was not until 1954 that KAHPERD held an additional meeting at Cumberland Falls State Park.
For twelve years, this added meeting (known as the fall conference) met at state park resorts. In1966 this conference was held in Lexington at the Phoenix Hotel. The association voted to have the fall conference become the major meeting with election of officers at that time. The spring meeting with KEA diminished in content and attendance thereafter. Since that 1966 decision, the fall meeting has been designated as a convention and has been hosted at hotels in such cities as Lexington, Louisville, Owensboro, and Paducah, or on college campuses such as Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, and Western Kentucky University. This move enabled KAHPERD to emerge as a strong, independent, and successful organization.
Even in the early years, the young physical education association had included other organizations in its meeting. In the early 1900s, the YWCA physical directors met with the Kentucky Physical Education Association. By 1957, quite a large number of related or affiliated associations attended KAHPERD meetings: the Kentucky Section of the American Camping Association; Carver School of Missions and Social Work; Council of Southern Mountains; Kent School of Social Work; Folk Lore Society of Kentucky; Kentucky Recreation Society; and various welfare and group work agencies, to name a few.
In addition to the many related groups that identified with the Kentucky Physical Education Association, there were numerous people with national professional importance who came to Kentucky through the years to speak to the association or hold workshops or clinics. Among these were J.B. Nash, Delbert Oberteuffer, Jesse Feiring Williams, Mabel Lee, D.K. Brace, Avery Brundage, Ruth Glassow, Alonzo Stagg, Harry Scott, Constance M.K. Applebee Catherine Allen, Celeste Ulrich, and Faye Biles, to name a few. Kentucky gained much from association with these well known leaders. The presence of these leaders through the decades was an inspiration to Kentucky educators.
In 1920, the young physical education society formally affiliated with its national counterpart, the American Physical Education Association (eventually AAHPERD). Here began a long and profitable relationship for Kentucky. Through the national organization, Kentucky was able to stay abreast of trends, changes, and events at the national level, taking advantage of the thinking of leaders in the profession of physical education (and later health, recreation, and dance).Several members of the Kentucky association were always in attendance at district and national conventions of the larger organization. These delegates invariably brought back to the state the latest work from the national. Through the years, the state organization has judiciously followed the patters of operations of the national organizations. In the decade of the 1930s, the Kentucky Physical Education Association added "Health" to its name. In the 1940s "Recreation" was added. And by the early 1980s "Dance" became a part of the official name. All of these expansions were reflections of national trends and in keeping with decisions of the national body. (Actually, the Kentucky leaders included health in the name before national leaders did so!)
Beginning in 1909 and continuing to the present, the association has seen the need to maintain close contact with the state legislature and to speak out to that body on behalf of the health and physical fitness of Kentucky's school children. Members of the association were keenly aware of changing programs of physical education through the years and consistently brought this information to association meetings. Among these changes was the movement away from formal exercises and calisthenics toward games, play, and sports in the 1920s. The arrangement of gymnasiums was another change noted by Kentuckians. With diminishing emphasis on German and Swedish gymnastics, gymnasium walls no longer had stall bars, booms, dumbbells, and heavy apparatus. Space was created for the popular tide of sport activities within physical education programs. In more modern times, changing emphases reflected concerns for elementary physical education, fitness, wellness, and healthy lifestyles. Standards for participation of girls and women were closely monitored by Kentucky teachers and administrators from 1923 on and reported to the association.
An active honor awards committee began an effective work in the early 1950s. The practice of honoring members of the association as well as non-members and agencies which have made significant contributions to health, physical education, and/or recreation has continued through the years. This practice has served well in maintaining unity and loyalty among members and support and consent among adjunct people and institutions.
The history of the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance has pointed to a number of milestones that have made a difference. For purposes of this presentation, seven milestones will be noted. Although another writer might well come up with additional milestones and even different and perhaps more important ones, the seven chosen are both encompassing and interrelated. They are a part of the thread of continuity that has run so true throughout the history of this organization. They are: (1) changing from a conference format to a convention gave philosophical as well as financial independence to the association. No longer did it depend on KEA for nurturing and the furnishing of a meeting place; (2) keeping up with the times through a strong bond with the American Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) has enabled KAHPERD officers to receive leadership training and valuable information; (3) hiring an executive secretary/treasurer to handle the financial affairs and business negotiations of the association; (4) establishing an honor awards system that recognizes outstanding leadership and says, "Thank you for a job well done"; (5)changing the association's publication from a newsletter format to a sophisticated journal and adding a newspaper that keeps the membership, as well as schools and colleges all over the state, informed of the association's business; (6) recognizing the enormous potential for leadership and support within the public schools by electing presidents of KAHPERD from that setting as well as the college and university setting (since 1975, there has been a tremendous increase in the service given to the association from the public school ranks); (7) participating in the Jump-Rope-for-Heart Project. This later endeavor has had far-reaching effects on the entire association. It has involved children and youth in physical activity (part of what the association is all about); it has involved teachers from all over the state who have, in many cases, turned this involvement into leadership in KAHPERD; it has been a financial windfall for both national and state associations; and finally, the project has furnished the American Heart Association with funds for research aimed at the health and physical welfare of the American people.
These milestones that have made a difference have their roots in the beginning years of the little organization known as the Kentucky Physical Education Association. KAHPERD has accomplished much in the last eighty-four years, but there are more worlds to conquer. There are more milestones yet to come. Quo vadis, KAHPERD? What will your next milestone be?
Scope and Content
The Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (KAHPERD)has a long and distinguished history of active involvement in promoting health and physical education activities, especially in the schools of Kentucky. KAHPERD was formed i n 1909 and continues today as the major lobbying organization of health and physical education professionals in the commonwealth.
The records of KAHPERD reflect a variety of activities and campaigns to increase public awareness of the need for a well balanced physical education program in the state's schools and colleges. Unfortunately, there is very little documentation on the early years of the organization.This deficiency is offset somewhat by the diligent work of longtime KAHPERD officer Minnie Maude Macaulay who compiled a vast amount of information about the nascent organization in a publication entitled Progress 1909-1973.
Of particular interest is the Publication Series which contains a complete set of the KAHPERD Journal. Many of the records document activities associated with the organization's annual convention. Also, there is extensive information about past presidents of the organization in a series of folders entitled "Historical and Biographical Data" in the Subject Series.
KAHPERD records were originally housed for a number of years with Miss Minnie Maude Macaulay at Berea College. They were transferred to the University of Louisville Archives and Records Center and finally deposited in the Eastern Kentucky University Archives where they were organized. These records should be used in conjunction with a series of oral history interviews about physical education and school health in Kentucky housed at the University of Kentucky Library's University Archives Department. The interviews were conducted by longtime KAHPERD member Dr. Maurice Clay.
The Eastern Kentucky University Archives appreciates the effort of retired Eastern faculty member Dr. Peggy Stanal and for assisting in organizing the records and writing the brief history of KAHPERD which appears at the beginning of this inventory.

Contents of the Collection

Executive Officers Series

The Executive Officers Series consists of three boxes which contain files covering the years 1927 to 1987. The records document the activities of KAHPERD executive officers and their decisions and also provide general information about KAHPERD. This series also contains the minutes and agendas of each executive committee meeting.

Archives Historical - 1970-1984

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Board of Directors Meetings - 1975-1978

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Board of Directors Meetings - 1978-1979

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Board of Directors Meetings - 1979-1983

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Directory - N.D.

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General - 1927-1949

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General - 1950-1955

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General - 1956-1957

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General - 1957

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General - 1959

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General - 1960

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General - 1961-1962

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General - 1963

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General - 1964

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General - 1965-1966

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GWS Project - 1978-1979

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GWS Structure - 1979

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Meeting - November 15, 1979

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Meeting - February 22, 1980

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Meeting - April 28, 1980

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Meeting - November 13, 1980

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Meeting - March 29, 1981

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Meeting - June 20-21, 1981

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Meeting - November 12, 1981

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Meeting - November 18, 1981

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Meeting - February 5, 1982

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Meeting - June 18-19, 1982

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Meeting - November 11, 1982

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Meeting - February 4, 1983

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Meeting - April 22, 1983

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Meeting - April 22, 1983

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Meeting - June 24, 1983

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Meeting - November 10, 1983

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Meeting - February 14, 1984

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Meeting - April 24, 1984

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Meeting - June 29, 1984

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Meeting - September 5, 1984

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Meeting - November 8, 1984

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Meeting (Retreat) - November 31-December 1, 1984

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Meeting - February 23, 1985

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Meeting - August 23, 1985

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Meeting - November 11, 1985

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Meeting - December 6, 1985

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Meeting - February 8, 1986

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Meeting - April 26, 1986

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Meeting - June 6, 1986

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Meeting - November 7, 1986

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Meeting - November 8, 1986

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Meeting - November 9, 1986

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Meeting - December 6, 1986

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Meeting - January 17, 1987

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Meeting - April 4, 1987

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Meeting - N.D.

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McCann, Pat - 1985-1986

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Miscellaneous - 1976-1980

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Nance, Jim - 1983

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Project - 1963-1964

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Photograph Series

The Photograph Series consists of fifteen files contained in one box. There is a total of 308 black-and-white and color prints. There are also contact sheets, negatives, and slides. The records capture the activities of past presidents, conventions, conferences, and other officers and members of KAHPERD. Each photograph has been numbered consecutively per folder and each folder is arranged in alphabetical order by the subject of the event or activity.The earliest photograph dates back to 1909 and latest recorded date is 1987.

Awards Banquet (prints and contact sheets) 1983

1. Pat Micheaux and Ann Karrick

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2. Julian Carroll and Ann Karrick

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3. Ann Karrick

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4. Thad Crews and Ann Karrick

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5. Jim Nance and Ann Karrick

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6. Susan Mossman and Ann Karrick

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7. Don Calitri and Ann Karrick

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8. Ann Karrick

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9. Ann Karrick, Herb Lewis, Nan Hazel and Jan Nance

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10. Thad Crews and Ann Karrick

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11. Don Calitri

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12. Ambrose Brazelton and Vicki Ritter

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13. Ambrose Brazelton Workshop

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14. Laura May Brown

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15. ?, Vicki Ritter, ?,?,?, Ambrose Brazelton

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16. ?, Ann Karrick

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17. Ann Karrick

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18. Ann Karrick

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19. Don Calitri

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20. Charlie Daniel and Ann Karrick

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21. Don Calitri and Ann Karrick

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22. Gov. Julian Carrol

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23. Bill Meadows

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Capital Plaza Hotel Meeting (contact sheets) - June 5-6, 1986, Convention (prints) - 1975Convention (prints, negatives, and contact sheets) 1987

1. ?, Susan Hardesty, Cheryl Harlow, Inkster, ?, Bill Meadors, Caprice J.W. Yates and Ann Karrick

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2. Unidentified

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3. Herman Bush, ?, Pat McCann

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4. Larry Inkster, Bailey Gore, ?, Cheryl Harlow, Caprice Dodson, ? and J.W. Yates (2 copies)

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5. Pat McCann, Ann Karrick, Slim Goodbody, Cheryl Harlow and ? (2 copies)

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6. Unidentified (3 copies)

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7. J.W. Yates, Dot Kirkpatrick, Cheryl Harlow, Caprice Dodson, ? and Robert Baugh

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8. Unidentified

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9. Charlie Daniel, ?,?,? (2 copies)

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10. Carol Christian receiving teacher of the year recognition from Thad Crews

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11. Special Olympics Display

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12. Don Calitri, Slim Goodbody, Caprice Dodson (3 copies)

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13. Betty Langly, recipient of Mustaine Award

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14. Cheryl Harlow, ?, Bill Dickens (2 copies)

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15. Don Calitri, Iris Mudd, Paul Motley, Ginny Jinks and Hal Holmes

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16. Unidentified

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17. Dancing, led by Lucian Taylor

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18. ?, Bill Dickens

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19. ?, Norton and Bobbie Norton of Louisville Badminton Supply and Bill Dickens (3 copies)

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20. Pam Adkins of American Health Association, Jeanette Crawford

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21. Cheryl Harlow, ?, WKU student, Bill Dickens, ?

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22. Cheryl Harlow, Hal Holmes, Bill Dickens and Paul Motley

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23. Unidentified (2 copies)

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Fall Conference at Richmond, KY (prints) - 1972

1. Fay Biles

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2. Herman Bush--Past Presidents

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3. Dr. Charles Galloway and Ann Uhlir

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4. Holiday Inn in Richmond, KY

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5. ?, Lee Gentry

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6. ?,?, Kelly Stanfield

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7. Jack Baker

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8. Jack Baker, Herman Bush

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9. General Session

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10. Herman Bush and Ann Uhlir

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11. Herman Bush and Cecil Zweifel

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12. Jack Brewer, Ann Uhlir and Willis Baughman

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13. Willis Baughman, Ann Uhlir and Cecil Zweifel

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14. Hugh McDade (Public Relations Mgr. Tenn-ALCO)

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15. Willis Baughman, Ann Uhlir and Cecil Zweifel

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16. William Exam, Dudley Ashton and Lyman Ginger

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17. Cecil Zweifel, Lyman Ginger

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18. Ann Uhlir

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19. Becky Hudson, Sherrill Brakmeier, Dot Harkins, Jack Baker and Robert Baugh

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20. Ann Uhlir, Charles Galloway and Herman Bush

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21. Reception Line--Lee Gentry, Becky Hudson, Peggy Stanaland, Tom Jones, Maurice Clay, Sherrill Brakmeier, Robert Baugh, Ann Uhlir, Renfro, Dot Harkins, Conley Manning, Jack Baker, Willis Baughman and Herman Bush

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22. ?, Nan Ward, ?, Hal Holmes, Peggy Stanaland, Ned Warren and Ann Uhlir

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23. Ned Warren and Ann Uhlir

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24. ?, ?, Cindy Winburn, Wayne Jennings

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25. Dr. Charles Galloway

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26. Unidentified

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27. Unidentified

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28. Angling and Bait Casting Session--Ernie Myers Clinician

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29. Ann Karrick (voting)

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30. Unidentified

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31. Unidentified

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32. Robert E. Johnson, Ann Karrick, Alfred Reese

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33. Taylor Hollin

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34. Exhibits

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35. Unidentified

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36. Unidentified

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37. Dennis McKenzie, Riflery Clinic

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38. ?, Conley Manning

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39. James McChesney, Fred Darling

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40. ?, Jack Baker

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41. Riflery Clinic--Dennis McKenzie

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42. International Relations Sessions--Martha Mullins and Maurice Clay

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43. Peggy Stanaland

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44. Kelly Stanfield

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45. ?, Track and Field Session

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46. Archery Session

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47. Riflery Session

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48. Riflery Session

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49. Gab Session--?, John Jones, Taylor Hollin, ?, ?

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50. ?, Jefferson Johnston, ?

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51. Unidentified

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52. Business Meeting

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53. Cecil Zweifel and Lyman Ginger

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54. Herman Bush, John Jones, Ann Uhlir and Dot Kirkpatrick

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55. Reception

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56. Cindy Winburn and Wayne Jennings

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57. Unidentified

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58. Casino Carnival--Jack Baker, Conley Manning and Les Ramsdell

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59. Ann Uhlir

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60. Banquet--Herman Bush

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Fall Conference (prints, negatives, and contact sheets) - 1983

1. Shelia Gilreth

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2. ?, Pat McCann and Don Calitri

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3. Dance Class (2 Copies)

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4. Unidentified

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6. ?,?,?, Nan Callary, ?,?

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7. Nan Callary, ?

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8. Nan Callary and ?

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9. Nan Ward, ?, Liz Sadler

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10. Dance

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11. Robert Baugh

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11. Robert Baugh

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12. Past Presidents

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13-28. Unidentified

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29. Rep. Clouse and Paul Motley

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30. Agnes Chrietzberg and Dot Kirkpatrick

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31. ?, Larry Inkster, Mike Kennedy and Elizabeth Thomsberry

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32. Agnes Chrietzberg, J.W. Yates and Hal Holmes

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33. Bill Farrell, Lucian Taylor, Dot Kirkpatrick, Pat McCann, Jeanette Askins and Meg Mubry

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34. Bill Farrell, Lucian Taylor, Dot Kirkpatrick, Pat McCann, Jeanette Askins and Meg Mubry

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35. Jeanette Crawford Askins

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36. Pat McCann and Tim Johnson

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37. Barbara Johnson, ?, William Farrell and Nan Hazel

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38. Jump Rope for Heart

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39. Bill Farrell

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40. William Schroff, ? and Pat McCann

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41. Jump Rope for Heart

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42. Jump Rope for Heart

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43. William Schroff

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44. William Schroff and Jim Sweatman

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45. William Schroff and Jim Sweatman

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46. Les Ramsdell and Mary Cobb

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47. Lucian Taylor

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48. Cheryl Harlow, ? and Don Calitri

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49. ?, ? and Bill Dickens

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50-55. Unidentified

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Legislative Fitness Day (prints and negatives) - N.D.

1. Bill Dickens and Don Calitri

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1. Bill Dickens and Don Calitri

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2. Bulletin Board

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3. Bill Dickens and Don Calitri

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4. Gene Fitzhugh

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5. Mike Griffith

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6. Cherri Barnes

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7. Bill Dickens

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8-14. Unidentified

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Luncheon-Honors Awards (slides) 1954

Miscellaneous (prints) - N.D.

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1. KY State vs. Union (basketball game)

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2. All-Around winners

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3. Gymnastics

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4. Bellarmine vs. Cumberland (basketball game)

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5. Physical Education Class

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6. Leaders w/ Physical Education Class

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7. Physical Education Class stretching

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8. Physical Education Class running

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9. Carol Hughs

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10. Swedish Gym (Harris Co.)

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11. Opening Tip Off (Revival of State Scholastic Championship) 1975, EKU

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12. Boy in wood working class

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13. Basketball game

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14. Nurse checking students' blood pressure

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15. Students having blood checked

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16. Students

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17. "Stretch Time"

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18. Children at playground

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19. Children at playground

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20. Children at playground

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21. Children at playground

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22. Homer Rice (head coach of Cincinnati Bengals)

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23. Homer Rice

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24. Celest Ulrich

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25. Faye Biles

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26. Lonnie Davis

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27. ?, Becky Hudson, Sherrill Brakmeier, Dot Harkins Jim Baker and ?

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28. KAHPERD banquet Nov. 15, 1975, at Ramada Inn Louisville, KY (2 copies)

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29. Mr. Taylor N. Hollin, Pres. KAHPERD, 1974-1975, presenting W.W.H Mustaine Award to Oscar Henry Gunkler Nov. 15, 1975 (KAHPERD banquet)

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30. Unidentified

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31. Oscar Gunkler

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32. Maurice Clay

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33. Chad Stewart

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34. Dr. K. Alexander

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35. Wilhelmina Zimmerman

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36. Betty Langly

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37. Tom Godfrey

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38. Nan Karrick Ward

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39. Dr. Sue Hall

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40. Dr. J. Baker

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41. Martha Carr

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42. Herman Bush

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43. Alfred Reece

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44. William Howard Hansen

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45. Charles Acuff

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46. Dr. Thomas K. Careton and student

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47. Laura Mae Brown

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48. 1959-1960 KAHPERD officers

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49. Barbara Johnson, Pat McCann and Ann Karrick

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50. Unidentified

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51. First Health & Legislating Fitness Administrator

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52. Dianne O'Brian and Roy Alexander

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53. Dianne O'Brian and Odell Phillips

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54-58. Dinner at Sue Hall's April 1951

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59. Reunion at Martha Carr's February 1962

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60-62. Speaker's table April 1953

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63. Sue Hall April 1953

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64. Sue Hall, Bill McCubbin and Earl Kauffman

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65. Maurice Clay and Clyde Partin

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66. Maurice Clay and Barbara Johnson

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67. Taylor Hollins

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68. Laura Mae Brown

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69. Chad Stewart

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70. Brinda Smith

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71. Brinda Smith

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72. Nan Callery

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73. Julian Carroll

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74-76. Barbara Johnson

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77. Tim Cartre

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78-79. Lee Gentry, Brinda Smith, Nan Hazel and Lonnie Davis

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80. Don Calitri, Lee Gentry, Bill Dickins, Barbara Johnson, Gov. John Y. Brown, Jr., Jim Nance and Birch Oglesby

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81. KAHPERD Past Presidents Nov. 15, 1975, Bluegrass Convention Hall, Ramada Inn

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83. Ray Corns, Dianne O'Brien and Taylor N. Hollins

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84. Minella Beuther and Rags

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85. Minella Beuther, Dudley Ashton, Margaret Seegog, Mary Louise Alford Daubard, Nancy Newhall Denny with Rags the dog

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86-88. Past President's Luncheon Nov. 5, 1976

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89. Martha Van Meter

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90. KAHPERD representatives with Gov. Martha Layne Collins (ca.1985)

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91. Mr. M. W. Neu

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92. ? and Pat McCann

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93. Dianne O'Brien

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94. Dianne O'Brien

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95-96. KAHPERD representatives

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Past Presidents (Not photos; printed copies) 1909-1985

Progress--Presidents 1909-1985

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Spring Board Meeting at Richmond, KY, EKU (contact sheets) - April 24, 1984

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Unidentified - N.D.

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Winter Board Meeting at Galt House in Louisville, KY (negatives and contact sheets) February5, 1982

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Publication Series

The Publication Series, which contains two boxes of data, consists of the NewsLetters and KAHPERD Journal. In 1964 the News Letter became the KAHPERD Journal. The KAHPERD Journal is still being published today on a regular basis. KAHPERD also printed an unpublished manuscript by long-time member Minnie Maude Macaulay, entitled Progress 1909-1973. The manuscript consists primarily of specific details of the organization's history arranged in a chronological pattern.

Newsletters (Journals) - 1948-1952

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Newsletters (Journals) - 1953-1956

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Newsletters (Journals) - 1957-1960

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Newsletters (Journals) - 1961-1964

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Journal - October 1964-November 1969

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Journal - February 1970-November 1975

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Journal - April 1976-Winter 1981

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Journal - Summer 1982-Winter 1990

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Miscellaneous - 1971-1987

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Progress - 1909-1973

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Progress (2nd copy) - 1909-1973

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Subject Series

The Subject Series consists of thirteen boxes of records arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically there under from the years 1909 to 1986. This series contains the constitution and by-laws of KAHPERD, general information about conferences and conventions, historical and biographical data (which consists of information about KAHPERD presidents), and information about the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (AAHPER).

American Alliance for Health, Physical and Recreation (AAHPER) - 1976-1980

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Archives and Historical Committee - 1982-1985

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Audio Tapes - N.D.

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Awards and Honors - 1978-1983

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Awards and Honors - 1984-1985

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Board of Directors - 1964-1976

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Board of Directors - 1977-1986

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Budget - 1973-1980

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Clay, Maurice - 1966-1979

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Coaching Certification - 1977-1978

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Committee Reports - 1978-1979

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Conferences and Conventions (Bardstown Conference I) - 1977

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Conferences and Conventions (Bardstown Conference II) - 1978

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Conferences and Conventions (Callery, Nan Presidential correspondence) - 1979-1980

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Conferences and Conventions (General) - 1975-1977

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Conferences and Conventions (Registrants)- 1968-1978

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Conferences and Conventions (KAHPERD report to AAHPERD)- 1978-1980

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Convention Planning - 1955-1980

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Convention Programs - 1959-1986

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Constitution and By-Laws - 1953-1968

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Constitution and By-Laws - 1969-N.D.

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Correspondence-Miscellaneous - 1954-1974

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Correspondence-Miscellaneous - 1975

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Correspondence-Miscellaneous - 1976-1979

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Correspondence-Miscellaneous - 1980-1983

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Dance Section #1 - 1966-1971

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Dance Section #2 - 1966-1971

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Davis, Lonnie - 1978-1980

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Elections - 1974-1980

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Executive Secretary's Report - 1982

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Financial - 1974-1981

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Finances-Budget and Reports - 1964-1976

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Finances-Budget and Reports - 1977-1984

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Goals - N.D.

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Governor's Council for Physical Fitness and Sports - 1976-1978

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Governor's Fitness Conference - 1944-1958

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Harkins, Dorothy - 1974

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Historical and Biographical Data (General) - 1935-1956

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Historical and Biographical Data (General) 1957-1985

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Historical and Biographical Data (President, Acuff, C. E.) - 1960-1973

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Alexander, Dr. R.) - 1958-1982

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Ashton, Dr. D.) - 1939-1954

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Baird, K. R.) - 1963-1981

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Baker, Dr. J.) - 1972-1974

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Bush, Herman) - 1985

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Callery, Nan) - 1979-1980

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Carr, Martha) - 1954-1975

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Clay, Maurice) - 1954-1977

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Crews, Thaddeus) - 1985

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Davis, Lonnie) - 1977-1987

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Fitzhugh, Ethel) - 1933-1934

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Flora, Ben V.) - 1950-1973

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Fuber, Elizabeth) - 1946-1980

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Gentry, Dr. R. L.) - 1964-1957

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Godfrey, T. B.) - 1935-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Gunkler, Dr. O. H.) - 1956-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Hall, Dr. Sue) - 1950-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Hanson, William H.) - 1973-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Harkins, Dorothy) - 1961-1980

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Heldman, Dr. John) - 1944-1971

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Herrold, Dr. Zadiacary) - 1964-1978

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Hollin, Taylor Nield) - 1974-1975

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Johnson, Barbara) - 1981-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Jones, John William) - 1975-1976

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Karrick, Ann) - 1983-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Langley, Betty) - 1953-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Lewis, Herb) - 1962-1985

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Macaulay, Minnie Maude) - 1959-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. McDonough, Thomas) - 1936-1985

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Miller, Bernard L.) - 1952-1973

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Mustaine, Walter H.) - 1909-1974

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Nance, James Emmett III) - 1982-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. O'Brian, Dianne) - 1974-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Oglesby, Dr. Burch Eugene) - 1974-1984

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Potter, Merwin Elwood) - 1932-1975

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Reece, Dr. Alfred) - 1951-1975

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Roach, Elizabeth) - 1941-1973

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Sadler, Elizabeth) - 1965-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Smith, Brinda) - 1978-1979

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Stanaland, Peggy) - 1958-1974

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Stewart, Chad) - 1968-1980

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Tapp, Hambleton) - 1947-1978

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Taylor, Harold) - 1929-1977

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Terry, William) - 1937-1975

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Uhlir, Ann G.) - 1971-1982

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Vanmeter, Martha) - 1948-1975

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Ward, Nan) - 1967-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Weismueller, Joseph) - 1934-1974

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Wyman, Mary) - 1945-1983

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Historical and Biographical Data (Pres. Zimmerman, Wilhelmina) - N.D.

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Information Book - 1966

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Information Book -1966-1967

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International Relations Council -1975-1982

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Johnson, Barbara -1981-1982

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Jones, John W. - 1975-1977

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Journal Correspondence - 1962-1963

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Journal Correspondence - 1964

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Journal Correspondence - 1965-1966

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Journal Correspondence - 1967

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Journal Correspondence - 1968

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Journal Correspondence - 1969

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Journal Correspondence - 1970

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Journal Correspondence - 1971

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Journal Correspondence - 1972

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Journal Correspondence - 1973

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Journal Correspondence - 1974

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Journal Correspondence - 1975-1979

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Journal Correspondence - N.D.

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Kentucky Education Association - 1972-1974

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Legislation Resolution and Standard Committee - 1977-1978

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Logo - N.D.

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Macaulay, Minnie Maude - 1967-1975

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Membership and Officers List - 1961-1978

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Membership and Officers List - 1979-1986

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Memorabilia - N.D.

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Minutes - 1927-1978

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O'Brian, Diane - 1974-1976

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Operating Code - 1978

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Organization Chart - N.D.

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President's Report - 1976-1978

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Proclamation - February 17, 1976

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Public and Professional Relations - 1974-1977

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Smith, Brinda - 1977-1978

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Southern District of American Alliance for Health, Physical Edu. and Recreation - 1976-1977

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Southern District of American Alliance for Health, Physical Edu. & Recreation - 1978-1986

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State Curriculum Committee - 1968-1971

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Task Force - 1977-1978

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Women's Athletics - 1935-1973

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