Senior House Project. Burke is a past mayor of Louisville and served on the Board of Directors of Senior House at the time of this interview. He discusses his involvement and his opinions about the growth of concern for the elderly in the Louisville area.
Senior House Project. An attorney in Louisville, Ferguson served on the Board of Directors of Senior House since 1963. He recalls his years on the Board and the development of Senior House during that time.
Senior House Project. Jones was director of Senior House and discusses her arrival in 1972 and developments since that time.
Mr. Pickett, a retired assistant Boy Scout executive and board member of Senior House, talks about his family, growing up on an integrated neighborhood in the early 20th century in Louisville, his work with the Boy Scouts of America and his work for the elderly citizens of Louisville. The final interview provides information on his parents’ families and the educational and professional achievements of several family members.
Senior House Project. Dr Richey discusses his term on the Board of Directors of Senior House, beginning in 1970.
Senior House Project. Stoll was the origianl group worker hired at Senior House in 1963. She relates the beginnings of Senior House and its growth since then.
Senior House Project. In the 1950s, Tachau served on the original Health and Welfare Council that discussed the need for a recreational program for the elderly in Louisville. The idea grew into what is now Senior House.
Senior House Project. Traub is a past president of the Council of Jewish Women and an original board member of the Senior House. She relates her experiences with Senior House.