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Victor Megenity
Date
2016-09-26
Main contributor
Indiana University Southeast. Institute for Local and Oral History
Summary
Victor "Vic" Megenity was interviewed by Andrew Wayne as part of the Floyd County Bicentennial Oral History Project, which commemorates Indiana's bicentennial by recording the past and present experiences of New Albany and Floyd County residents. During the interview, Vic Megenity covers a number of topics, including his thoughts on New Albany, including its history; his parents and grandparents; what his life was like growing up; historical items he's collected; his time as a middle school history teacher, including a time capsule project he had his class do in 1976; and his friend Katheryn Hickerson and how they helped save the Division Street School, an historic school building in New Albany.
Contributors
Megenity, Victor; Wayne, Andrew
Collection
Floyd County Oral History Bicentennial Project
Unit
IU Southeast Library
Language
English
Notes

Additional oral histories about Floyd County are available in the IU Bicentennial Oral History Project, IU Southeast Division collection, available here: http://go.iu.edu/1gsc.