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Peachee, Carol

  • Name(s)
    • Carol Peachee
    • Carol L. Peachee, LPCC
  • Date of Birth
  • Residence(s)
    • Hollins, Virginia
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Berea, Madison County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Master's in Counseling Psychology, Goddard College, 1987
    • Bachelor's in Psychology, Hollins University, Hollins, Virginia, 1976
  • Life Events
    • Founded The Kentucky Women's Photography Network
    • Served on the advisory board for the University of Kentucky Medical School's NIH grant for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
    • A founding member and past board president of WaysMeet Healing Arts Center
    • Developed the Eye Am!! Creating Visual Memoir Through Photography program
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • An Innovative Program Award for Eye Am!! from the governor of Kentucky and the Association for the Prevention of Sexual Assault, 2016
    • Kentucky Foundation for Women Grant for the Eye Am!! program, 2015
  • Employment
    • Fine Art Photographer, Carol Peachee Photography, Lexington, Kentucky, 2005-present
    • Owner of The Center for Mindful Living Practices, 1994-present
    • Professional Clinical Counselor, Lexington and Berea, Kentucky
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Mindfullness Counselor
    • Photographer

Pearce, John Ed

  • Name(s)
    • John Ed Pearce
  • Date of Birth
    • Norton, Virginia
  • Date of Death
  • Residence(s)
    • Norton, Virginia,
    • Pineville, Bell County, Kentucky
    • North Carolina
    • Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky
    • Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Harvard Univeristy
    • Columbia University
    • B.A., University of Kentucky, 1937-
  • Life Events
    • Instrumental in establishing the Kentucky Oral History Commission, est. 1976
    • Served in the United States Navy during World War Two, and retired from the Navy Reserve as commander in 1971
    • Married Virginia Rutledge, divorced
    • Married Jean McIntyre, divorced
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame, 1986
    • Named Outstanding Journalist by the Society of Professional Journalists/Sigma Delta Chi, 1985
    • Shared in the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, won by the Courier-Journal, 1967
    • Journalist of the Year by The Society of Professional Journalists
    • Governors Medallion for Public Service in Conservation
    • National Headliner Award
    • Meeman Award
    • National Bar Association Awards (3)
    • Freedom Foundation Award
    • Nieman Fellowship from Harvard University, 1957-1958
  • Employment
    • Editor and Writer, Louisville Courier-Journal
    • Contributing columnist for the Lexington Herald Leader, 1900-2006
    • Contributed columns to The New York Times
    • Contributed columns to The Washington Post
    • Editor, The Journal, Somerset, Kentucky
    • Served in the United States Navy during World War Two, and retired from the Navy Reserve as a commander in 1971
    • Worked for the University of Kentucky Press
    • Waiter and Pari-Mutuel Clerk at Keeneland Race Course
    • Worked in a Swift meat-packing plant before college
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Journalist
    • Writer

Pegram, Amelia Blossom

  • Name(s)
    • Amelia Blossom Pegram
    • Amelia House
  • Date of Birth
    • October 3, [1935 or 1938]
    • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Residence(s)
    • Cape Town, South Africa, -1963
    • London, England, c.1963-1972
    • Radcliff, Hardin County, Kentucky, 1972-
    • Elizabethtown, Kentucky
  • Education
    • M.A. in English and creative writing, University of Louisville, 1977
    • Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, England
  • Life Events
    • Left South Africa in 1963
    • Settled in the United States in 1972
    • Poor record keeping in South Africa has resulted in Pegram having two birth certificates (see, Conversations with Kentucky Writers II)
    • Married, 1972, one daughter
  • Awards and Recognitions
  • Employment
    • Professor, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
    • Teacher, Stockwell High School Manor, England
    • Teacher, St. Philip's, Lambeth, Kennington, England
    • Teacher, Cape Town, South Africa, 1955-
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Teacher
    • Writer
    • Poet
    • Performer

Pennington, Lee

  • Name(s)
    • Lee Pennington
  • Date of Birth
    • May 1, 1939
    • White Oak, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Hometown: Greenup County, Kentucky
    • Middletown, Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Honorary Doctorate in Arts from the Academy of Southern Arts and Letters
    • Honorary Doctorate in Literature, World University
    • M.A., University of Iowa, 1965
    • B.A., Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, 1962
    • McKell High School, Greenup County, Kentucky, 1958
    • Flat Hollow Elementary School
  • Life Events
  • Awards and Recognitions
  • Employment
    • Professor of English and Creative Writing, UK Jefferson Community College, Louisville, Kentucky, 34 years
    • Taught poetry at the Jesse Stuart Creative Writing Workshop, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, 10 summers
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Poet
    • Writer
    • Professor
    • Dramatist

In Search of the Mudmen (1990)

The Gospel Ship (c.1991)

Verne Spratt: Keeper of the Stones (1992)

Petroglyphs of Polynesia (1992)

Cliffs of Mystery (1992)

Sinoto: Polynesian Legend (1993)

Wales: History in Bondage (1995)

Good Roads, Good Water: The Life of Verne Spratt (1996)

Prince Madoc: Fact or Fiction (1997)

Secrets of the Stones (1997)

Hotel Gomeo: A Family Affair (1997)

Eyes That Look At The Sky: The Mystery Of Easter Island (2000)

The Mound Builders (2001)

The Serpent Fort: Solving the Mystery of Fort Mountain, Georgia (2005)

The Depot Museum: A Walking Tour of Fort Payne's Unique Piece of History (2006)

Tunnel of Time: A Tribute to Marion Dahm (2006)

Let Me Not Drown on the Waters: Fred Rhdholm, Michigan's "Mr. Copper" (2008)

Some Days You Clean, Some Days You Litter: The Amazing Warner Sizemore (2012)

Room to Fly: Anne Caudill's Album (2013)

Bosnian Pyramids Hidden History (2015)

Seafaring Strangers: Vikings in America, Part 1 (2016)

Gunung Padang: Monument to Atlantis (2017)

*For more information, see JoLe Productions

Phillips, Louise Scott

Louise Scott Phillips

  • Name(s)
    • Louise Scott Phillips
    • Louise Scott Phillips Sandow
  • Date of Birth
    • August 5, 1911
    • Kuttawa, Lyon County, Kentucky
  • Date of Death
    • 1983
    • Buried in Kuttawa Doom Chapel Cemetery, Kuttawa, Kentucky
  • Residence(s)
    • Kuttawa, Lyon County, Kentucky
    • Paducah, McCracken County, Kentucky
  • Education
    • Lyon County High School, Kentucky, 1929
  • Life Events
    • Married Benjamin Sandow, 1958
    • Married Eugene Phillips (first husband)
  • Awards and Recognitions
    • Named Kentucky Poet Laureate, 1942
    • Named "Poet Laureate of the Sesquicentennial" by Kentucky governor Keen Johnson, 1945
  • Employment
    • Managed a dress shop, Kuttawa, Kentucky
  • Occupation(s) / Field(s) of Activity
    • Poet