Moonlight Schools Collection consists of oral histories, articles and research concerning the Moonlight Schools and the life of Cora Wilson Stewart. Included in the collection are correspondence regarding the opening of the Cora Wilson Stewart Moonlight School at Morehead State University, examples of student work from the Little Brushy School and twenty-four oral history audio recordings.

The Moonlight Schools of eastern Kentucky were first established in 1911 by Cora Wilson Stewart to promote literacy among adults in the Appalachian region of Kentucky. Moonlight Schools later served African American and Native American students in other regions of the United States.

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Audio Recordings

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Jack Ellis Interview, Jack Ellis and Laura Duncan

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Flo Estes (Anonymous) Interview, Flo Estes and Laura Duncan

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Clara Jacobs Interveiw, Clara Jacobs and Laura Duncan

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Mary Alice Jayne Interview, Mary Alice Jayne and Laura Duncan

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Mable Kelly Interview, Mable Kelly and Laura Duncan

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Gladys LeBaun Interview, Gladys LeBaun and Laura Duncan

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Michael O'Connell Interview, Michael O'Connell and Laura Duncan

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Virginia Prewitt Interview, Virginia Prewitt and Laura Duncan

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Margorie Roberts Interview, Margorie Roberts and Laura Duncan

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Herbert Stewart Interview, Herbert Stewart and Laura Duncan

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Ivan Stewart Interview, Ivan Stewart and Laura Duncan

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James Stewart Interview, James Stewart and Laura Duncan

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Alice Stewart O'Hara Interview, Alice Stewart O'Hara and Laura Duncan

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Virginia Williams Interview, Virginia Williams and Laura Duncan

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Sherman Wooten Interview, Sherman Wooten and Laura Duncan