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Record 541/842
Copyright PastPerfect Museum
Collection Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College Oral History Collection
Date 02/13/1990
Abstract Interview of Pauline Flanary by Virginia Hall.

Interviewer's description-
"In this interview Pauline Flanary discusses the advantages of living in a small community with friends and relatives. She has fond memories of her life in Benham, Kentucky with her father as a miner and Baptist minister who fathered 12 children with two wives. Mrs. Flanary has the distinction of being the first woman in Harlan County to serve as a member of a city council. She worked as secretary to Progressive Mine Workers Union President in Benham. She is a Sunday school teacher and has built and filled an Ark of the Covenant to be opened in September, 2000."
Object ID 2007.001.0561
Object Name Tape, Magnetic
Subjects Benham, Kentucky
Politics & government
Religion
Unions, Labor
Interview date 02/13/1990
Interviewer Hall, Virginia
Length of interview 36:38
Media Cassette Tape
Narrator Flanary, Pauline
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