Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College Oral History Collection
Tape, Magnetic

Previous Next Oral History Collection Exhibit Page Home Search
Record 213/842
Copyright PastPerfect Museum
Collection Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College Oral History Collection
Date 11/06/1983
Abstract Interview of Lillie Morris Clay by Ronald Edgar Collier. Clay discusses her background and the Morris family genealogy.

Interviewer's description-
"Lillie Clay was born to parents Marion and Margaret Morris in 1917, at the Buddy Creech place on Black Mountain, near what is now the site of the F.A.A. Radar Tower, in Harlan County, Kentucky. She was delivered by a mid-wife named Erlissa Boggs. She recounts her family genealogy and pinpoints locations of various family graves. Her father was a logger and lumberjack on Turkey Creek. She names her children and grandchildren. She tells anecdotes about Luther North, Luther Green Morris and Coy Morris. This tape concludes with her explaining how the Morris' came to be Republicans."
Object ID 2007.001.0219
Object Name Tape, Magnetic
Subjects Family
Field 01 Transcript available upon request
Interview date 11/06/1983
Interviewer Collier, Ronald
Length of interview 31:02
Media Cassette Tape
Narrator Clay, Lillie
All materials contained within this site are solely the property of Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College and are protected under Title 17 USC, Copyright Act of 1976 as revised and expanded. Reproduction, copying, altering, reformatting, sharing or other dissemination by any means without the written approval of Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College is prohibited. Permission for reproduction may be obtained from the SKCTC Archivist at the address below.

Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College Appalachian Archive, 700 College Road Cumberland, KY 40823    theresa.osborne@kctcs.edu
Last modified on: December 09, 2014