Mrs. Casey is the daughter of William Jones, the first black licensed electrician in Kentucky. She discusses her family history, her father's work and her own life.
Mrs. Kenzer is the daughter of William Jones, the first licensed black electrician in Kentucky. She discusses her father's business, family memories and her own life. Talks about the John Little Presbyterian and their civic and social classes in the neighborhood and their impact. Discusses her first husband, Charles L. Eubanks, and his attempt to gain admission to UK’s School of Engineering and segregation’s role in her life. Then in her ensuing marriages, she supplied desserts to many restaurants in the city until urban renewal forced the closure of her business.
Master electrician at ATL's Victor Jory Theatre. Misner's interview covers his work in the late 1980s as an electrician.