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Contents of the Spring 2015 issue of Kentucky Humanities:

FEATURES

Rose Monroe 

by James C. Claypool

Bobtown, Kentucky, native Rose Monroe became the personification of an unnamed girl portrayed in a poster, entitled "We Can Do It," by illustrator J. Howard Miller in 1942.

In Search of the Humanities

by Duane Bolin

Prime Time is the Right Time for Kentucky Humanities Council

Jane Gentry: A Memory 

by Joe Survant

A memory of a dear friend

Hungry Fire 

by Jane Gentry

A poem from Jane Gentry's book, A Garden in Kentucky

The Birth of Bourbon 

Photographs by Carol Peachee

A Photographic Tour of Early Distilleries

A Promise Moon

by Stephen Allten Brown

The Underground Railroad in Kentucky

My Hat

by Georgia Green Stamper

Many lessons learned at the first college tea

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Marianne Stoess, editor
marianne.stoess@uky.edu

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