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Contents of the Fall 2015 issue of Kentucky Humanities:

FEATURES

Eddie Arcaro

by James C. Claypool

The Newport, Kentucky, native was one of the horse industry's most colorful characters.

In Search of the Humanities

by James Duane Bolin

A Sense of Where You Are

Remembering African American Men of Kentucky's Equine Industry 

by Yvonne Giles


The Mountain Missionary 

by Stuart W. Sanders

The Reverend Miles Saunders

A Giant Love Story

by Richard Crowe

How the Tallest Couple in the World Met and Married

Corinth, Basketball and the American Dream

by Georgia Green Stamper

Small Town Team on the National Stage

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Marianne Stoess, editor
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