Telling Kentucky's Story


Kentucky Humanities magazine is serious about telling Kentucky's story.


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Dear Mother & Father

by Frank Litsey

A Letter from Frank Litsey to his Parents

Kentucky Cuisine & Culture

By Linda Elisabeth LaPinta

Three Takes on the Fusion of History and Food


During World War I the Dying Was Not Just "Over There"

By Eric Howard Christianson

The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 in Kentucky

Love in a Time of War

Researched & compiled by Margaret Spratt, Ph.D.

A Photo Essay

Sergeant Sandlin

By James M. Gifford

Medal of Honor Recipient


A Short Resume of My Services in the Women's Royal Air Force World War I

By Florence Van Stockum

Introduction by Ronald Reginald Van Stockum


Uncle Murf

by Georgia Green Stamper


Do you have a Kentucky story to share?

Contact our magazine editor:

Marianne Stoess,