Kentucky Industrial Education Association Records, 1956-1982
- Kentucky Industrial Education Association Records, 1956-1982
- Kentucky Industrial Education Association
- 8.55 cubic feet, 14,250 items, 19 Boxes
- Eastern Kentucky University
- Biography / History
- The Kentucky Industrial Education Association was organized in 1956 under the direction of Dr. Charles R. Crumpton from the University of Louisville. Dr. Crumpton called a series of meetings with the various local regional associations in the state and talked with the members encouraging them to form an organization within the state which would adequately represent the objectives of industrial education. Dr.Crumpton held that such an organization, state-wide in character, was necessary to promote the interests of all phases of industrial education. It would include industrial arts education and trade and industrial education. It had been felt by many for a number of years that there were many common objectives of these two phases of industrial education. It was also felt that these two organizations were divergent in interests and that such a condition should not be tolerated. Therefore, Dr. Crumpton insisted that the two organizations merge their purposes and form a group to be known as the Kentucky Industrial Education Association. It was pointed out that there were a maximum of 600 men and women engaged in various phases of industrial education in Kentucky and that these people should work toward a common purpose which was, of course, to promote a higher degree of efficiency in instruction so that the boys and girls of the Commonwealth might profit more by industrial education. Many meetings were held throughout the state during 1956 at which fundamental beliefs, regulations ideas, and plans were formed into a document to be known as the Constitution of the Kentucky Industrial Education Association. The earliest record of this effort, as far as the Louisville area was concerned occurred November 8, 1956 when at the request of Dr. Crumpton, the Supervisor of Vocational and Adult Education, called a meeting of Industrial arts education and vocational education teachers of Louisville and Jefferson County to meet and discuss the adoption of the Constitution of the Kentucky Industrial Education Association.
- A state-wide planning committee was called to a meeting December 1, 1956 in the Kentucky Hotel. This meeting was called by Mr. Ralph Whalen of Eastern Kentucky State College who secured supports from the following areas: Northern Kentucky, Louisville, Jefferson County, Western Kentucky, Central Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky. Representatives from these different areas approved the Constitution and set forth to elect the first corps of officers: C. R. Crumpton was elected president; Louis Rogge and Devert were elected vice presidents. With this organization complete the Industrial Education Association of Kentucky was on it's own. Its first meeting was held in connection with the Kentucky Education Association at the Gottschalk School. At this meeting the Constitution was adopted. From the very beginning the Kentucky Industrial Education Association has been a success. Membership for the first year numbered 401 and 22 firms bought 26 booths securing finances for the convenion of 1957. It is reported that 160 persons attended the first annual banquet.
- In order to promote the interest of the Kentucky Industrial ucation Association and to excite the interest of the membership as well as to achieve the objectives of improved instruction of industrial education, the organization in general has placed emphasis on five areas of activity. The first and most important of these areas has to do with programing. The association, under the provisions of its constitution, provides for two types of programs which are conducted mainly by the membership of the organization. Since 1957 there have been 0 such programs per convention. Therefore, forty sectional programs were provided in the first four years of the association's activity. The participants in these sectional programs were drawn from the state colleges and universities, from among the directors of the area educational schools, and from the industrial arts programs in the high schools of the state. The sectional programs of the association are the areas in which the membership analyzes and evaluates itself. In an effort to keep the sectional programs useful, an evaluation scheme was set up very early and it is from these bits of self-evaluation that programs are continued or eliminated.
- Another phase of programing has to do with the general programs of the association. These general programs are evening programs or luncheons and they are key-noted by state and national personages who represent the best type of industrial thinking that the KIEA can afford to secure. A very important aspect of the general program of the KIEA is the annual business meeting at which account of the year just past is reported to the membership. Another phase of this program is a contribution which the exhibitors make through what is known as the Ship's program. This is a distribution of prizes which commercial contribitors make to the membership.
- A second important phase of activity of the KIEA is the educational exhibits at which the work of industrial educational, vocational education schools and their students is displayed at the convention.
- The third phase of activity is the commercial exhibits. The exhibits are provided by firms from most anywhere in the United States who would like to sell their products to the Industrial schools in Kentucky.
- A fourth phase of activity which is important to the KIEA has to do with membership. A fifth phase of activity of the KIEA concerns participation of its members in the annual convention The annual convention of the Kentucky Industrial Education Association in early November has been understood as the climax of the activities of the preceding year, and the convention is a significant feature of the association. However, industrial education is active in the state throughout the year, so the association keeps its objectives and acivities before the membership by means of the KIEA Bulletin which is distributed three or four times per year. The Bulletin informs the membership and prevents the association from being just a single once-a-year activity.
- The leadership of the association has been good from the beginning. The presidents have appointed capable executive committees and through mutual cooperation have provided a type of convention for industrial education in Kentucky which is rapidly assuming the position among those of other states to be as good or better than most. Consequently it is easy to understand that the achievement of the objectives of the KIEA are assured. The association is dynamic and will continue to provide good service to the students of industrial education in the state.
- Scope and Content
- In February 1981, the Kentucky Industrial Education association agreed to place their records on permanent deposit with the Eastern Kentucky University Archives. Several additions were made to the collection in 1982. The collection is separated into ten series. This arrangement in part was developed by the Archives staff to reflect the way the materials document the various activities of the organization and how the organization conducts its business. A special thanks is extended to Dr. William E. Sexton, retired Vice President for Administration at Eastern, who graciously donated his time to help identify the rather large photograph series.
- Materials date from the establishment of the Association and run through 1982. Although information about particular programs may be missing, there is sufficient documentation to chronicle the activities of an important Kentucky educational association which is committed toward improving the quality of the state's education in a professional manner. The Archives is greatly indebted to this organization for demonstrating foresight in seeing that it's historical records are being preserved.
Contents of the Collection
Ad Hoc Committee 1973
Associated Life Membership Committee 1965-1978
Auditing Committee 1959-1976
Bulletin Committee 1963-1975-
Commercial Exhibits Committee 1965-1973
Constitution Revision Committee 1960-1972
Design Committee 1966-1973
Educational Exhibits Committee 1959-1981
Field Trip Committee 1969-1973
Finance Committee 1969-1975.
Handbook Committee 1966-1974
Historian Committee 1970-1973
Honorary Membership Committee 1961-1979.
Local Arrangements Committee 1966-1973
Membership Committee 1959-1981
Nominating Committee 1957-1980.
Photography Committee 1966-1973
Planning Committee 1956
Printing Committee 1965-1973
Program Assembly Committee 1963-1973
Public Relations Committee 1957-1973
Reception and Hospitality Committee 1965-1978.
Regional Associations Committee 1959-1973.
Resolutions Committee 1959-1973
Scholarship Committee 1967-1980
Steering Committee 1969-1975.
Student Program Committee 1968-1981
T & I Sectional Committee 1963
Task Force Committee 1973
Teacher Education Committee no date.
Biographies and Speakers 1960-1969
Biographies and Speakers 1970-1978
Student Projects 1973
Correspondence January-June 1961.
Correspondence July-December 1961.
Correspondence January-June 1965
Correspondence July-December 1965
Correspondence January-June 1966
Correspondence July-December 1966
Correspondence January-June 1970.
Correspondence July-October 1970
Correspondence November-December 1970.
Correspondence January-October 1972
Correspondence November-December 1972
L.C. McDowell 1958
Thomas E. Myers 1959-1960
Paul E. Harris 1960-1961
Walter B. Nalbach 1962
Luther Safriet 1963
Hugh L. Oakley 1964
Steve B. Marcum 1965
C. Nelson Grote 1965-1966
Fred C. Bartel 1967
C. Dale Lemons 1967-1968
B.M. Hatley 1968-1969
Clyde O. Craft 1970
Jerry E. Shuck 1971
Frank M. Pittman 1971-1972
Walter Prater 1972-1973
Dert Owens 1975
James Whitledge 1977-1978
Donald Hudson 1978-1979
Ron Baugh 1980
Albert G. Spencer 1980-1981
Past Presidents 1981
Life and Honorary Life - 1964-1969
Life and Honorary Life - 1971-1973
Past Presidents, Life and Honorary Life - 1978
Agenda - 1960-1969
Agenda - 1970-1981
Board of Directors and Executive Committee - 1978
Call meeting - 1967-1968
Executive Committee - 1956-1957
Executive Committee - 1958-1959
Executive Committee - 1960
Executive Committee - 1961
Executive Committee - 1962
Executive Committee - 1963
Executive Committee - 1964
Executive Committee - 1965
Executive Committee 1966
Executive Committee 1967
Executive Committee 1968
Executive Committee 1969
Executive Committee 1970
Executive Committee 1971
Executive Committee 1972
Executive Committee 1973
Executive Committee 1974
Executive Committee 1975
Executive Committee 1976
Executive Committee 1977
Executive Committee 1978
Executive Committee 1979
Executive Committee 1980
Executive Committee 1981
Executive Committee and Working Committee 1982
Practical Nursing Sectional Meeting 1962
Special Caucus Joint Executive Committee 1965
T & I SectIonal Committee Meeting 1963
Task Force 1973
Business Luncheon and Meeting - Industrial Edu. Assoc. 1961
Catalogue - Educational Exhibits 1980-1981
Conference - Annual Banquet and Business Meeting 1958-1972
Conference Booklets 1957-1959
Conference Booklets 1960-1963
Conference Booklets 1964-1966
Conference Booklets 1967-1969.
Conference Booklets 1970-1972.
Conference Booklets 1975-1979
Conference Booklets 1980-1981
Conference - Conference at a Glance 1968-1975
Conference - Conference at a Glance 1976-1982.
Conference - Conference Proceedings 1966.
Conference - Conference Review 1979
Conference - Logos 1967
Conference - Sectional Meetings 1962
Convention - Kentucky Education Association 1959-1961
Educational Bulletin 1948-1963
Journal - Industrial Arts Education 1964
KY Nurses Association - Bulletin and Convention 1961-1972
Newsletter - Eastern KY State College Industrial Arts Dept 1960
Pamphlets - Louisville no date.
Work Book - General Industry 1969
Act Relating to PublIc Employees 1972
American and KY Industrial Arts Association 1961-1970
Award - KIEA Outstanding Teacher N.D.
Bureau of Vocation Education - Staff 1979-1981
Central Kentucky Industrial Arts Craftsman's Fair N.D.
Commercial Exhibits 1962-1965
Commercial Exhibits 1966-1969
Commercial Exhibits 1970-1975
Constitutions - Affiliations 1951-1959
Constitutions - Affiliations 1964-1968
Course Summaries - Affiliations N. D
Educational Exhibits 1966-1969
Educational Exhibits 1970-1973
Educational Exhibits 1974-1979
Educational Exhibits - Awards 1966-1968
Emblem Contest N. D
Executive Committee Members and Working Chairmen 1957-1959.
Executive Committee Members Chairmen 1960-1967
Executive Committee Members Chairmen 1968-1969
Executive Committee Members Chairmen 1970-1972.
Executive Committee Members Chairmen 1973-1975
Executive Committee Members Chairmen 1976-1978
Executive Committee Members and Working Committee Chairmen 1979-1981
Executive Committee Members and Working Committee Chairmen 1966
Handbook of Administrative Rules and Regulations 1974
Historical Background 1957-1974
Incorporation Papers 1958
Industrial Edu. Assoc. - American Industrial Arts Assoc. 1962-1968.
Industrial Education Association - Arizona 1968
Industrial Education Assoc. - CA State Department of Edu. 1969.
Industrial Education Assoc. - FA 1958-1968
Industrial Education Association - Illinois 1955-1957.
Industrial Education Association - Indiana 1954-1964.
Industrial Education Association - Kansas 1957-1969.
Industrial Education Association - Kentucky 1958-1959
Industrial Education Association - Michigan 1953-1960
Industrial Education Association - Minnesota 1957.
Industrial Education Association - Mississippi 1957-1960
Industrial Education Association - Missouri 1956-1960
Industrial Edu. Assoc. - NJ Vocational and Arts Assoc. 1957
Industrial Education Association - North Carolina 1967-1968.
Industrial Education Association - Pensylvania 1956-1958.
Industrial Education Association - Saskatchawan 1969.
Industrial Education Association - South Dakota 1964.
Industrial Education Association - Texas Industrial Arts Association 1967-1968.
Industrial Education Association - Virginia 1968.
Kentucky CouncIl on Teacher Education and Certification - Superintendents State Board of Education 1967-1978
Lists - Contacts N. D
Lists - Mailing 1959-1965
Newspaper Clippings 1957-1970
Papers on Industrial Education 1976-1977
Past Presidents Roster - KIEA 1976-1978
Pohukaina School Project 1967
President's Breakfast 1972
President's Breakfast 1973
President's Breakfast 1974
President's Breakfast 1975
President's Breakfast 1976
President's Breakfast 1977
President's Breakfast 1978
Previous Committee Chairmen 1958-1966
Program Topics 1966, 1979
Speeches - Miscellaneous N.D.
Treasurer's Report 1957-1962
Treasurer's Report 1963-1965
Treasurer's Report 1966-1967
Treasurer's Report 1968-1969
Treasurer's Report 1970-1~71
Treasurer's Report 1972~1973
Treasurer's Report 1974-1976
Treasurer's Report 1977-1979
Treasurer's Report 1980-1982
1957. number 1-70
Dr. Robert Martin.
Left to right - Fred Martin, James L. Patton, Charles R. Crakes, Charles Crumpton
Left to right - James L. Patton, Charles Crumpton
Left to right - W. E. Swinford, Charles Wilson, Parks, Thomas E. Myers, Dale Patrick, Pryce Tutt, J. Homer Davis, WIlliam Sexton, Dovert Owens, William Barnes, Ralph Whalin, Charles Gibson, Fred Bartel, James Hall.
Fred Martin, Robert Martin, Charles Crumpton, Charles R. Crakes
1958, numbers 1-50
Standing, left to right - Ray Lawrence, Nelson Grote.
Speaking - Sam Ezelle; Far right - Robert Martin
Left to right - unidentIfied, L.C. McDowell Dale Patrick, unidentified.
proof sheets - unidentified.
1959 numbers 1-7
1960 (folder 1 of 2), numbers 1-68
Left - Henderson, right - Williams.
Thomas E. Myers, President
W. H. SImmons
Music by the De Valles from Central High School, Louisville.
Middle - Bred Bartel.
Seated left to right - H. B. Clark, unidentified, Ralph Whalin, unidentified, unidentified, Steve Marcum. Carl Kilborne. - Speaker - Paul Harris
Speaker - James Patton Sr. Seated right - Ralph Whalin
Speaker - John P. Walsh
Speaking - Ronald Sherrand; Seated left to right - Bill Evans, Herb Vescio, Philip Dillon, Charles Gibson, and Jack Wallace
Seated left to right - Thomas E. Myers, Steve Marcum, Carl Kilborne
Speaker - Ralph Whalin; Seated by - Thomas E. Myers.
Speaking - Ralph Whalin
Paul Harris passes the torch to Tom Myers
Thomas E. Myers
1960 (folder 2 of 2) numbers 69-121
- Box 14, folder 5
1962. numbers 1-41
The first six presidents - Left to right - Charles R. Crumpton, 1957; Ray Lawrence, 1958; L.C. McDowell, 1959; Tom Myers, 1960; Paul E. Harris, 1961; and Walter B. Nalbach. 1962.
Luther Safriet, 1963 President.
H. C. Mathis
Far left - Paul Harris; Far right - Charles Crumpton
Miss Hallijeanne Chalker.
Wilson Wyatt, KY Lieutenant Governor.
Harold G. Wilson.
Second from left - Governor Bert Combs
Mr. E. P. Hilton
Walter B. Nalbach
1963, numbers 1-35.
Center - 1963 President Luther Safriet.
Left to right - Bernard T. Fagan, Donald Wendt, Ronald Sherrard
H. L. Oakley
Earl M. Bowler
1964, numbers 1-7.
1965, numbers 1-41
Far left - 1965 President Steve Marcum.
The Fort Knox Chorus.
Left to right - Jim McGown, Virginia Gudgel.
Left to right - Nelson Grote. Robert Sloane.
Dr. Carl Lamar
Left to right - Moseill Jester, Charlotte Farmer
Robert Sloane, Marion Uterhart.
Left to right - Nelson Grote, Robert Sloane
Far left - Clyde Craft; Center - Dale Lemons
Left to right - Claude Howard, Richard Turner
Left to right - Blanche Johnson, Mercedes Thompson
Far left - Virginia Towles Far right - Marion Uterhart
E. P. Hilton
Left to right - Maurice Baker, George Ramey.
1966 (folder 1 of 3), number 1-52
Left to right - Neikirk, McCarty
Far left - Nelson Grote Fourth from left - Hugh L. Oakely
Center - Robert Grogan Far right - Robert Sloane
Left to right - Fred Bartel, C. Dale Lemons
Left to right - Fred Bartel, Nelson Grote.
Left to right - McGown, Fitzgerald.
Left - Nelson Grote.
Left to right - William E. Sexton, Clyde Hack
E. P. HIlton
Left to right - Fred Bartel, Nelson Grote.
Speaking - George Brown.
Left to right - Maurice Baker, George Ramey.
Left to right - William E. Sexton. Clyde Hackler
Left to right - Moseill Jester Virginia Towles
right - Doris Schmidt.
Left - Bill Evans
1966 (folder 2 of 3), numbers 53-100
- Box 15, folder 2
1966 (folder 3 of 3). numbers 101-156
- Box 15, folder 3
1967, numbers 1-67
Right - Diane Fox.
Left to right - Mathew F. Barsotti, Wanda Carroll.
Left to right - Sol E. Allen, Mary Healy
Left to right - Maryetta Miller. Miles A. Whitaker
Left to right - Maryetta Miller, Arthur S. Stewart.
Left - Maryetta Miller
Left - Pam McCoy
Left to right - Wanda Carroll, Barbara Scherer
Left - Robert Sloane.
Dr. H. L. Oakley
Dr. Harvey Sparks
Faye A. Shehan
Center - Robert Sloane
1968, numbers 1-34
Seated - Virginia Gudgel, Robert Pennington, Addison Coffey, Ronnie Wesley.
Far right - Helen Hoffman
Left to right - Charlotte Farmer, Virginia Gudgel, Marion Uterhart
Left to right - John Beet, William Wilkins
Left to right - John Beet, George Hubbert
Left to right - John Beet, J.C. Marrow.
Left to right - Dr. Melvin Kranzberg, Dr. C. Dale Lemons
Left to right - John Beets. Willie Jackson, L.A. McCubbin
Left to right - John Beets, L.A. McCubbin, Richard Brown
Left to right - John Beets, George Martin, L.A. McCubbin.
Left to right - John Beets, George Martin, L.A. McCubbin
Left to right - John Beets, L.A. McCubbin.
Left to right - John Beets, Russell Ayres.
Left to right - John Beets, Jerry Spiceland
Left to right - John Beets, Arthur Robb
Left to right - John Beets, S. E. Wayne
Center - Jim Lawson; Far right - Donald Wendt
Left to right - John Beets, Jerry Spiceland
Left to right - John Beets, J. C. Morrow.
B. M. Hatley, 1968 President, holding torch with some members of his Executive Committee
Left to right - B. N. Hatley, Jeff Crisp, Nelson Grote.
Left to right - Don Nuckolls, Mr. Barnes.
Left - Don Nuckolls
Left to right - Marion Uterhart, Athens student, Charlotte Farmer.
Don Nuckolls, Julia Myhand.
Left to right - Marion Uterhart, Charlotte Farmer
Left to right - Ray Lawrence, Dr. Melvin Kranzberg
Left to right - Dr. Robert Ogle, Marion Uterhart, Charlotte Farmer
Center - Moseill Jester. Far right - L. C. McDowell.
1969, numbers 1-15
1970 (folder 1 of 3), numbers 1-28.
Arthur L. Robb.
Edward L. Spies
Left to right - Clyde Craft, John Jenkins
Left to right - Ken Winters, George Martin
1970 (folder 2 of 3), numbers 29-58
Left - Dr- Dale Lemons.
Far left - Dr. Gene Schanbacker
Left to right - Ray Lawrence, George Martin.
Left to right - Norman Roberts, Fred Martin.
Left - Virginia Towles, Danville School of Nursing
Neila Soper, Pineville P.N
Back row third from left - James Patton
1970 (folder 3 of 3), numbers 59-95.
- Box 16, folder 4
1971 (folder 1 of 3), numbers 1-65
Center - Devert Owens.
M. Ray Karnes
Right - Jerry E. Shuck.
Left - George Martin.
Left - Louis Russell.
H. O. Mathis.
Right - Louis Russell.
Mrs. Louis Russell.
Right - George Martin
Left to right - Dale Lemmons, George Martin.
Right - Moseill Jester
Third from left - George Martin~ Fourth from left - Louis Russell Fa
Left to right - Louis B. Russell, Dean Ward.
Left to right - Hendricks Caudill, Fred Bartel.
1971 (folder 2 of 3), numbers 66-106
Left to right - Bill Evans, James Disney, Dale Lemons, unidentified, Louis Russell, Mrs. Louis Russell
Right - George Martin
Left to right - Dale Lemons, George Martin.
Left to right - George Martin, Clyde Craft
Left to right - Hendricks Caudill, Fred Bartel
H. O. Mathis
Right - James Patton
Left - Charles Holland.
Right - Charles Holland
1971 (folder 3 of 3), numbers 107-165
- Box 16, folder 7
1972, number 1
Frank M. Pittman.
- Box 17, folder 1
1973, numbers 1-12
Left to right - Walter Prater, Norman Roberts
Left to right Gene Schanbacker, Steve Herndon
Left to right - Gene Schanbacker, David Alexander, Steve Herndon
Left to right - Gene Schanbacker, David Alexander.
Right - Gene Schanbacker.
Left to right - Gene Schanbacker, unidentified, Robert Hayes, unidentified, Norman Roberts, unidentified. unidentified
1974, numbers 1-31,
Third from right - Norman N. Roberts
Left to right - Teresa Hargis, Roy Wright, Phil Harris, Mark Thomas, Jeff Rogers, "Burnsey" Stewart, Billy Wells, Tim Bailey, Chuck Greene, Marylin Reynold, Danny Bealert, and Richie Williams
Left to right - Jim Strain, Dr. Dero Downing. and Dr. Frank Conley
Hazard Vo-Tech Building
Left to right - Kenneth Coneter, Buddy Hagan.
Left to right - John Bunch, Russell Culler
Dr. Franklin Conley.
Dr. Norman Roberts
Left to right - Tom Osborne, "Burnsey" Stewart
Left to right - William Prater and Norman Roberts
Left to right - Dr. Eugene Schanbacker, Ralph Harris Robert Hayes, Darrell Pltcock, Norman Roberts, Dorothy McHugh. Roy Wilson
Standing from left - Dr. Adro~ Doran, Meade Roberts, and Sheila Nass; Sitting - Steve Akers
Far left - Dr. Eugene Schanbacker
Dr. Clyde Craft
1975, number 1
Devert Owens and Dr. Carl Lamar
- Box 17, folder 4
1976 (folder '1 of 2), numbers 1-84.
Dr. Gary Chastain
Middle - H. K. Blant; Right - Ken Winters
Left to right - Pat White, John Thomas.
Right - George Brown
Right - Dr. Carl Hurley
Seated - Bill Evans
Dr. James Hall
Speaking - Ken Winters
Far right - Ken Winters.
Seated - Fred Martin
Seated left - Ray Lawrence; Seated right - Fred Martin
Speaker - Dr. Robert Martin Seated left of speaker - Ray Lawrence Seated right of speaker - Fred Martin
Left to right - unidentified, L.C. McDowell, Dale Patrick, unidentified
1976 (folder 2 of 2), numbers 85-136
Left - Jim Whitledg
James D. Patton
Left to right - Norman Roberts, George Lilly
Foreground - Carl Hurley
Speaking - Norman Roberts
Second from left - Kenneth Blanton
Speaker - Dr. Frank Conley
Speaker - Dr. Clyde Craft
1978. numbers 1-83
RIght to left - Winters, Prater, Loyd and Combs
Left to right - D. Crosby and Frank Conley
Seated left - Bill Evans
Lilly and Roberts.
Left to rIght - Clyde Craft and Fortney
Teagander Green and Smotherman
Terry Tryon, Bob Hardley, Roberta Wiedeman
Negatives - unIdentified
1979 (folder 1 of 3), numbers 1-70.
Far right - Robert Hayes
Right - Robert Hayes
Far right - Robert Hayes.
Left - Robert Hayes
Seated left - Clyde Craft Sttanding left - John Rowlett
John D. Rowlett.
Left - Don Hudson
Right - Don Hudson
Standing - Don Hudson
Left - Don Hudson; Receiving award - James Disney
Seated left - Bill Evans Right - Clyde Craft
Right - Bill Evans
Dr. John D. Rowlett.
Left to right - Clyde Craft, L.C. McDowell, Nelson Grote, Fred Bartel
Speaking -. Bill Evans; Seated - Don Hudson
1979 (folder 2 of 3), numbers 71-117.
1979 (folder 3 of 3), numbers 1-10
Proof sheets - unidentified
- Box 18, folder 3
1980 (folder 1 of 2), numbers 1-60
1980 (folder 2 of 2), numbers 61-136.
Negatives - unidentified
1981, numbers 1-26.
Speaker - Dr. H. L. Oakley Right of speaker - Ralph Whalin
Mr. Ralph Whalin
Right to left - Tom Osborne and Joe Fraley.
Left to right - James Masterson, Tom Osborne, President; Albert Spencer
Proof sheets - unidentified
Negatives - unidentified
No date, post 1970, numbers 1-20
- Box 18, folder 7
Dr. Dewey Barrish
Left to right - Ray Lawrence, Nelson Grote
Speaking - Sam Ezell
KIEA Sectional Meetings; Playing time 20:00; Playing speed 3 3/4; Recorded November 7, 1958; Topics of discussion: Development in the paint and coating Industry; finishing techniques and materials
KIEA Sectional Meetings; Playing time 57:09; Playing speed 3 3/4; Recorded November 7, 1958 Topics of discussion: Fiscal problems In administeri
KIEA Sectional Meetings; Playing time 1:49:09; Playing speed 3 3/4; Recorded November 8, 1958; Topics of discussion: The contribution of industrial arts in a program of accelerated scientific education; Industrial arts trains students for future citizenship; industrial arts trains students to work together; industrial arts teaches students a broad variety of skills in different fields; industrial arts provides skills for students to enter college; training for Industrial revolution; how public views industrial arts.
Executive Committee meetIng; Recorded Feb 17, 1978; Cassette inaudible
Fourth Annual Conference- Playing time 04:30. Recorded Nov, 1960. No audio. Shows educational exhibits and fashion show of dresses made by vocational students
Third Annual Conference; Playing time 00:08; No audio; Shows educational exhibits, demonstrations, and commercial exhibits
Second Annual Conference; Playing time 00:15; Recorded Nov 7-8, 1958. No audio. Shows commercial exhibits, individual exhibits, educational exhibits, metal spinning demonstration, potery wheel demonstration, dresses made and displayed by students of Louisville vocational school
Awards and Souvenirs
Charter Member paper weight presented to each charter member at the KIEA 25th Anniversary Conference, November 1981
- Box 18, folder 7, volume 1
Charter Member/25 Active Member Years paper weight presented to each charter member at the KIEA 25th anniversary conference, November 1981.
- Box 18, folder 7, volume 2
KIEA 1980 pennant
- Box 18, folder 7, volume 3