Klein (born 1906) discusses his life and work in Louisville, Kentucky. Topics include growing up in the neighborhood of First and Green area, Klein's work in the used car business beginning in the 1920s, the Depression of the 1930s in Louisville, the ultimate success of Klein's car business (National Auto Sales), and his entrance into banking (Bank of Louisville). The interview also includes Klein's impression of the Jewish community in Louisville and local civic leaders generally.
Koster (LL.B. 1931) discusses the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Law of the University of Louisville during the 1920s and 1930s; athletics at the University during the same period (he won 16 varsity letters in football, basketball, baseball, and track); coach Tom King; President George Colvin; playing professional baseball in Akron, Ohio, Little Rock, Arkansas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and St. Paul, Minnesota, during the 1930s; and the origins of his business, Koster Swope Buick automobile dealership in Louisville, Kentucky.