Table of Contents for The Register of The Kentucky Historical Society
Volume 118, Number 2, Spring 2020
Stephanie M. Lang, The Kentucky Historical Society
"Television belongs to everyone": The Life, Vision, and Legacy of Kentuckian Julian Goodman
Anthony Harkins, History faculty, Western Kentucky University
Landmark Withdrawal: U.S. v. Certain Lands in Louisville and the Evolution of American Public Housing Policy
Carl E. Kramer, historical consultant, Kramer Associates, Inc.
Book reviews - including A. Glenn Crothers (history faculty, University of Louisville) on A New History of Kentucky by James C. Klotter and Craig Thompson Friend (pp. 317-322)
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