Oral History Collection

Marshall County Fiscal Court Recordings

Listen to Marshall County Fiscal Court Recordings from 1978 through 1980. Through the digitization process, many of the damaged tapes were irrecoverable. Where possible, the audio was extracted in parts. Those recordings are noted as "partial" or "part"

Click this link to access the largest digitized collection of the series. The episodes may be downloaded to your computer or other device for offline listening.


Kentucky Digital Library's Oral History Collection

Brought to you by the Kentucky Digital Library is a huge database of the State's oral history. Hosted by the University of Kentucky, Western Kentucky University, and Eastern Kentucky University, with collections ranging from Moonshiners and Revenuers Oral History Project, the University of Kentucky Medical Center Oral History Project, Robert Penn Warren Civil Rights Oral History Project, Immigrants in the Coal Fields Oral History Project, and so many more. 

Click here to access the Kentucky Digital Library's Oral History Collection.


Pass The Word

Pass the Word is a discovery tool for oral history collections throughout the state of Kentucky. With over 100 archives participating by contributing their collections information, new content continues to be added.

Click here to access the Kentucky State Oral History Archive.


WCBL's Coaches Show

Join WCBL's Jeff Waters as he interviews some of Marshall County's most influential coaches over the years.

Click this link to access the largest digitized collection of the series. The episodes may be downloaded to your computer or other device for offline listening.


WCBL's Marshall County Oral History Collection

The Marshall County History Project consists of 257 oral history interviews conducted by Ray Mofield during the 1970s and 1980s for WCBL radio of Benton on the history of Marshall County, Kentucky. The interviews discuss rural schools and churches, local businesses, prominent businessmen and politicians, significant events, recollections from World War I and World War II veterans and various other topics unique to Marshall County. 

Click this link to access the largest digitized collection of the series. The episodes may be downloaded to your computer or other device for offline listening.