Frazier History Museum

Jan
19
11:30 am11:30

Kathryn Kelly - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Wife to Public Enemy No. 1, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Kathryn Kelly tells the story of how she and her notorious husband almost pulled off the kidnapping and ransom of Oklahoma oil tycoon,Charles Urschel under the regime of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover in 1933. *****

Jan
19
1:30 pm13:30

The Bootleg King - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Jan
19
2:15 pm14:15

Virginia Keith Snawder - In-Gallery Performance

This in-gallery interpretation is based on a local woman who grew up in Shively, KY, but moved to Louisville at the start of WWII to find work as a welder at the Reynolds Metal Company, Plant 12, on South Third Street. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
20
11:00 am11:00

Cornelia Fort - 1st Floor Great Hall

One of the founding members of the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squardron (WAFS), civilian flight instructor Cornelia Fort gives her airborne perspective of the attack on Pearl Harbor, when she nearly collided with a Japanese aircraft heading for Hawaii. In her own words, Ms. Fort also describes the trials and tribulations of being a female aviator in the WWII era.

Jan
20
1:00 pm13:00

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
20
3:00 pm15:00

The Bootleg King - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Jan
21
12:45 pm12:45

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
23
11:30 am11:30

Virginia Keith Snawder - In-Gallery Performance

This in-gallery interpretation is based on a local woman who grew up in Shively, KY, but moved to Louisville at the start of WWII to find work as a welder at the Reynolds Metal Company, Plant 12, on South Third Street. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
23
2:30 pm14:30

Kathryn Kelly - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Wife to Public Enemy No. 1, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Kathryn Kelly tells the story of how she and her notorious husband almost pulled off the kidnapping and ransom of Oklahoma oil tycoon,Charles Urschel under the regime of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover in 1933. *****

Jan
24
12:30 pm12:30

Virginia Keith Snawder - In-Gallery Performance

This in-gallery interpretation is based on a local woman who grew up in Shively, KY, but moved to Louisville at the start of WWII to find work as a welder at the Reynolds Metal Company, Plant 12, on South Third Street. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
24
3:30 pm15:30

Kathryn Kelly - Prohbition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Wife to Public Enemy No. 1, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Kathryn Kelly tells the story of how she and her notorious husband almost pulled off the kidnapping and ransom of Oklahoma oil tycoon,Charles Urschel under the regime of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover in 1933. *****

Jan
25
11:45 am11:45

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
25
3:30 pm15:30

The Bootleg King - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Jan
26
9:30 am09:30

Maggie Bailey - 1st Floor Great Hall

Known as "Queen of the Mountain Bootleggers," Maggie Bailey from Harlan County, KY, tells the story of how she became one of the South's most prolific bootleggers during the Prohibition Era. 

Jan
26
11:00 am11:00

Maggie Bailey - 1st Floor Great Hall

Known as "Queen of the Mountain Bootleggers," Maggie Bailey from Harlan County, KY, tells the story of how she became one of the South's most prolific bootleggers during the Prohibition Era. 

Jan
26
12:30 pm12:30

York - 1st Floor Great Hall

William Clark's slave played a significant role in the Corps of Discovery. He tells of the expedition's preparations to cross the Rocky Mountains and their meeting with the Shoshone Indians.

Jan
26
2:15 pm14:15

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
27
10:15 am10:15

The Bootleg King - Brown-Forman Theatre, 1st Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Jan
28
11:30 am11:30

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
30
3:30 pm15:30

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
31
12:30 pm12:30

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
31
3:00 pm15:00

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Feb
2
12:45 pm12:45

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Feb
3
3:30 pm15:30

The Bootleg King - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Feb
5
1:00 pm13:00

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)


Jan
18
3:30 pm15:30

The Bootleg King - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Jan
18
1:30 pm13:30

Virginia Keith Snawder - In-Gallery Performance

This in-gallery interpretation is based on a local woman who grew up in Shively, KY, but moved to Louisville at the start of WWII to find work as a welder at the Reynolds Metal Company, Plant 12, on South Third Street. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
17
3:30 pm15:30

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
17
2:30 pm14:30

The Bootleg King - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Told from the point of view of a local bartender, this interpretation chronicles the rise and fall of George Remus, “King of The Bootleggers,” who built a multi-million dollar operation from bootlegging and speakeasies during the early years of Prohibition. He is reputed to have supplied liquor to the Seelbach Hotel as well. 

Jan
17
1:45 pm13:45

Kathryn Kelly - Prohibition Speakeasy, 3rd Floor

Wife to Public Enemy No. 1, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Kathryn Kelly tells the story of how she and her notorious husband almost pulled off the kidnapping and ransom of Oklahoma oil tycoon,Charles Urschel under the regime of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover in 1933. *****

Jan
17
1:00 pm13:00

Dorie Miller - In-Gallery Performance

While serving as a Mess Attendant aboard the USS West Virginia at Pearl Harbor in 1941, Doris Miller abruptly discovered that life in the Navy was more than just when the battleship was attacked by Japanese planes and submarines on December 7th. Based on several official accounts from junior officers, as well as newspaper articles written about Miller, this in-gallery interpretation imagines what Miller experienced on that fateful day. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
17
12:00 pm12:00

Cornelia Fort - 1st Floor Great Hall

One of the founding members of the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squardron (WAFS), civilian flight instructor Cornelia Fort gives her airborne perspective of the attack on Pearl Harbor, when she nearly collided with a Japanese aircraft heading for Hawaii. In her own words, Ms. Fort also describes the trials and tribulations of being a female aviator in the WWII era.

Jan
16
12:30 pm12:30

Virginia Keith Snawder - In-Gallery Performance

This in-gallery interpretation is based on a local woman who grew up in Shively, KY, but moved to Louisville at the start of WWII to find work as a welder at the Reynolds Metal Company, Plant 12, on South Third Street. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
16
11:15 am11:15

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
15
2:30 pm14:30

Sara Entrikin - In-Gallery Performance

Army nurse Sara Entrikin had just transferred to Hickam Air Base in Honolulu only days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Based on her letter about the event, this in-gallery performance reveals a nurse's perspective on the tragedy. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)

Jan
13
2:00 pm14:00

Virginia Keith Snawder - In-Gallery Performance

This in-gallery interpretation is based on a local woman who grew up in Shively, KY, but moved to Louisville at the start of WWII to find work as a welder at the Reynolds Metal Company, Plant 12, on South Third Street. (performed in the exhibit: Personal Stories of Pearl Harbor)