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Kenneth P. McCutchan   Tags: evansville, ken, kenneth mccutchan, world war 2, ww1, ww2  

The Ken McCutchan collection contains material relating to American history, American wars, tri-state history, education, art, and business.
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McCutchan's Highlights

  • WIKY - First on-air voice in 1947. Worked for 26 years, served in many roles. 
  • Army Corps of Engineers - Served in North Africa, Europe, stayed in Paris and got a certificate in French Studies. 
  • University of Evansville - Taught classes 
  • Mesker Amphitheater - Served as emcee for years. 
  • Writer - several non-fiction books


Who was Kenneth McCutchan?

"A pioneering radion personality, art patron, author, painter, and life-long resident of Vanderburgh County, Ken McCutchan was a living repository of local history." 

USI Foundation's introductory quote on Kenneth McCutchan (found in Vol. 1 of the book Faces of Philathropy: Generous Friends of Vision) serves as a broad starting point on explaining the history McCutchan. 


What are the University Archives/Special Collections?

Located on the third floor of the David L. Rice Library, the collection consists of personal papers, business, organizational, and governmental records. Included are diaries and journals, correspondence, literary manuscripts, art work, account books, minutes of business firms and organizations, scrapbooks and newsletters, photographs and memorabilia.

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