The National Park Service, Historic American Buildings Survey: Kentucky Photographic Collection

Descriptive Summary

Title
The National Park Service, Historic American Buildings Survey: Kentucky Photographic Collection
Date
1935-1936
Extent
1.5 Cubic feet
Subjects
Historic buildings--Kentucky--Conservation and restoration.
Historic buildings--Kentucky.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Processed by: Staff, Richard N. Leigh; machine-readable finding aid created by: Richard N. Leigh
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], The National Park Service, Historic American Buildings Survey: Kentucky Photographic Collection, PA62M94, Special Collections and Digital Programs, University of Kentucky.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The Historic American Building Survey (HABS) was begun by the National Park Service, a division of the United States' Department of the Interior. HABS attempts to catalog American buildings of historical, cultural, and architectural interest. Multiple formats are used to catalog the selected buildings: measured drawings, written histories, large-format photographs, etc.
HABS was founded in 1933, through a cooperative agreement between the private sector, the National Park Service, and the Library of Congress. Multiple agencies handle the different responsibilities: AIA (American Institute of Architects) identifies and catalogs the structures, NPS performs the survey work, and LC serves as the repository for HABS inventory forms, drawings, and photographs.
Various HABS projects have created more than 350,000 measured drawings, large-format photographs, and written histories for more than 35,000 historic structures. The majority of the buildings selected are at least 200 years old; the earliest buildings pre-date Columbus, though some selections from the 20th century are included.
HABS and its sister program, HAER (the Historic American Engineering Record), are some of the largest and most frequently-used collections in the Library of Congress' Prints and Photographs Division. Both continue to produce new documentation each year; many of these collections are now available online.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of 372 black and white silver gelatin prints taken as part of the National Park Service's Historic American Buildings Survey. The collection is mostly comprised of private residences of historic importance, but public buildings and structures are also represented. The prints that Special Collections and Digital Programs hold were produced from the original negatives

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.

Contents of the Collection

Bourbon County

Series consists of 35 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Paris and Millersburg, KY. Mt. Lebanon, The Grange, Johnson's Inn, and Cane Ridge Meeting House are featured.

Paris

Huston Avenue Bridge, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", home of Governor James Garrard; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon"; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon"; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon"; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", detail of mantel; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", detail of mantel; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", smoke house; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", family burial plots; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", Slave quarters; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", main stairway; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", first floor window; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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"Mt Lebanon", inside doorway; designed or constructed in 1776, 1935-1936

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Millersburg

"The Grange"; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange"; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange"; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", old slave quarters; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", detail of mantel; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", detail of mantel; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", detail of mantel; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", detail of portico; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", detail of the exterior of Dalladian window; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", interior of the front door; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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"The Grange", main stairway; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Paris

"Johnson's Inn"; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

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"Johnson's Inn"; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

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"Johnson's Inn"; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

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"Johnson's Inn", main dining room; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

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"Johnson's Inn", kitchen fireplace; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

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"Johnson's Inn", mantle in the bar room; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

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Cane Ridge Meeting House; designed or constructed in 1791 by Robert W. Finley, 1935-1936

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Cane Ridge Meeting House; designed or constructed in 1791 by Robert W. Finley, 1935-1936

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Cane Ridge Meeting House; designed or constructed in 1791 by Robert W. Finley, 1935-1936

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Cane Ridge Meeting House, balcony; designed or constructed in 1791 by Robert W. Finley, 1935-1936

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Cane Ridge Meeting House, interior rafters; designed or constructed in 1791 by Robert W. Finley, 1935-1936

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Boyle County

Series consists of 27 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Danville, KY. Boyle County courthouse, McIlvoy Building, Davenport Tavern, Wilson Station, Mound Cottage, Clark Station, Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, Mount Airy, Crow's Inn, William Crow House, Centre College, Benjamin Gratz House are featured.

Danville

Boyle County Court House, south elevation, 1935-1936

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McIlvoy Building; designed or constructed in 1806 by Daniel McIlvoy, 1935-1936

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Davenport Tavern; designed or constructed in 1806 by Daniel McIlvoy, 1935-1936

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Wilson Station, 1935-1936

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Wilson Station, 1935-1936

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Wilson Station, interior staircase, 1935-1936

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Mound Cottage, 1935-1936

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Mound Cottage, 1935-1936

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Clark Station, 1935-1936

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Clark Station, 1935-1936

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Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, 1935-1936

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Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, 1935-1936

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Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, Interior, 1935-1936

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Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, kitchen fireplace, 1935-1936

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Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, main stairway, 1935-1936

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Dr. Ephraim McDowell House, Apothecary shop, 1935-1936

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Mount Airy, 1935-1936

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Mount Airy, entrance, 1935-1936

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Crow's Inn, 1935-1936

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William Crow House, 1935-1936

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William Crow House, 1935-1936

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Crow's Inn, 1935-1936

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William Crow's House, 1935-1936

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Centre College, 1935-1936

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Centre College, 1935-1936

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Centre College, 1935-1936

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Benjamin Gratz House; designed or constructed in 1814, 1935-1936

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Benjamin Gratz House, entrance; designed or constructed in 1814, 1935-1936

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Fayette County

Series consists of 43 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Lexington, KY. Bodley House, Botherum, Buckner House, Ingleside, Loudoun House, Malvern Hill, John Hunt Morgan House, Morrison College, John Bradford House, Old Doorway are featured.

Lexington

Bodley House; designed or constructed by Samuel Long, 1935-1936

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Bodley House, stairway; designed or constructed by Samuel Long, 1935-1936

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Bodley House, stairway; designed or constructed by Samuel Long, 1935-1936

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Botherum; designed or constructed in 1850 John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Botherum; designed or constructed in 1850 John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Botherum, main entrance; designed or constructed in 1850 John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Botherum; designed or constructed in 1850 John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill), drawing room; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

  • Box 2, Item 71
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Buckner House (Rose Hill), mantel; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill), library; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill), slave quarters; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill), smoke house; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill); designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill); designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill); designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill); designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill); designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill), front entrance; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Buckner House (Rose Hill), front portico; designed or constructed in 1820, 1935-1936

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Ingleside; designed or constructed in 1842 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Ingleside; designed or constructed in 1842 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Ingleside; designed or constructed in 1842 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Ingleside; designed or constructed in 1842 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Ingleside; designed or constructed in 1842 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Ingleside, window detail; designed or constructed in 1842 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House, entrance; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Loudoun House, Lexington; designed or constructed in 1850 by John McMurtry, 1935-1936

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Malvern Hill (Eothan); designed or constructed in 1798, 1935-1936

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Malvern Hill (Eothan); designed or constructed in 1798, 1935-1936

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Malvern Hill (Eothan), ice house; designed or constructed in 1798, 1935-1936

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John Hunt Morgan House; designed or constructed in 1811 by Benjamin H. Latrobe, 1935-1936

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John Hunt Morgan House, front entrance; designed or constructed in 1811 by Benjamin H. Latrobe, 1935-1936

  • Box 3, Item 103
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Morrison College, Transylvania University, 1935-1936

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Morrison College, Transylvania University, 1935-1936

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John Bradford House, 1935-1936

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Old Doorway, 535 W Short Street, 1935-1936

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Franklin County

Series consists of 23 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Frankfort, KY. Orlando Brown House, Church of the Good Shepherd, Liberty Hall, Old State House are featured.

Frankfort

Orlando Brown House, 1935-1936

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Church of the Good Shepherd, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, mantel; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, mantel; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, window; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, staircase; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, interior door; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, front entrance door; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Liberty Hall, front entrance; designed or constructed in 1796 Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

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Old State House; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, circular staircase; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Chamber of the House of Representatives; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Rotunda; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Senate Chamber; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Rostrum in the Senate; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Rostrum, House of Representatives; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Chamber of the House of Representatives; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, Senate ceiling; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, House of Representatives ceiling; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, ceiling of the Dome; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Old State House, detail of lantern on main roof; designed or constructed in 1830 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Green County

Series consists of 3 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Greensburg, KY. Old Court House is featured.

Greensburg

Old Court House; designed or constructed in 1802 by Thomas "Stonehammer"; Metcalf, 1935-1936

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Old Court House; designed or constructed in 1802 by Thomas "Stonehammer"; Metcalf, 1935-1936

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Old Court House; designed or constructed in 1802 by Thomas "Stonehammer"; Metcalf, 1935-1936

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Harrison County

Series consists of 2 black and white silver prints of historic structures in KY. A covered wooden bridge is featured.

Greensburg

Covered wooden bridge; designed or constructed in 1807 by John Wallace, 1935-1936

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Covered wooden bridge, bridge approach; designed or constructed in 1807 by John Wallace, 1935-1936

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Hart County

Series consists of 8 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Munfordsville, KY. Glen Lily is featured.

Munfordsville

"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, porch detail, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, smoke house, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, mantel, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, stairway, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House mantel, second floor, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, mantel, 1935-1936

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"Glen Lily"; General Bolivar Buckner's House, smoke house, 1935-1936

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Henderson County

Series consists of 33 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Geneva and Henderson, KY. Henderson County Courthouse, Indian Valley Farm, Old Governor Lazarus Powell residence, Lockett residence, St. Paul's Episcopal Church are featured.

Henderson

Henderson County Court House, cupola; designed or constructed in 1843 by Littleberry Weaver, 1935-1936

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Henderson County Court House; designed or constructed in 1843 by Littleberry Weaver, 1935-1936

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Henderson County Court House; designed or constructed in 1843 by Littleberry Weaver, 1935-1936

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Henderson County Court House; designed or constructed in 1843 by Littleberry Weaver, 1935-1936

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Henderson County Court House; designed or constructed in 1843 by Littleberry Weaver, 1935-1936

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Geneva

"Indian Valley"; Farm, 1935-1936

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"Indian Valley"; Farm, 1935-1936

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Henderson

Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence, First floor bedroom; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence, Front entrance; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence, staircase; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence, mantel; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Old Governor Lazarus Powell Residence; designed or constructed in 1818, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence, front entrance; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence, front entrance door; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 165
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Lockett Residence, mantel; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence, library mantel; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence, mantel detail (library); designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence, dining room; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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Lockett Residence, dining room; designed or constructed in 1856, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, detail of altar; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, stairs and belfry; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, detail of doors; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, interior (toward the rear); designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, interior (toward the Chancel); designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, detail of Chancel rail and lectern; designed or constructed in 1858, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 179
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Kenton County

Series consists of 8 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Ludlow, KY. The Old Closson House, Elmwood Hall are featured.

Ludlow

The Old Closson House; designed or constructed in 1832, 1935-1936

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The Old Closson House; designed or constructed in 1832, 1935-1936

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The Old Closson House; designed or constructed in 1832, 1935-1936

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The Old Closson House, detail of stairs; designed or constructed in 1832, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 183
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Elmwood Hall, detail of porch; designed or constructed in 1818 by Benjamin Latrobe, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 184
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Elmwood Hall, detail of door (Reception Hall); designed or constructed in 1818 by Benjamin Latrobe, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 185
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Elmwood Hall, detail of pendentive (Reception Hall); designed or constructed in 1818 by Benjamin Latrobe, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 186
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Elmwood Hall, mantel; designed or constructed in 1818 by Benjamin Latrobe, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 187
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Elmwood Hall, mantel; designed or constructed in 1818 by Benjamin Latrobe, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 188
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Jefferson County

Series consists of 74 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Louisville and St. Matthews, KY. Bank of Louisville building, Trinity Methodist Church, Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Assumption, Farmington, Hike's Place, Kentucky School for the Blind, Locust Grove, Oxmoor, Dr. Palmer House, Ridgeway, Spring Station, Zachary Taylor House, are featured.

Louisville

Bank of Louisville Building; designed or constructed in 1837 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

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Trinity Methodist Church, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 190
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Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Assumption, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 191
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence); designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 192
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence); designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 193
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence); designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 194
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), smoke house; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 195
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), spring house; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 196
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), main entrance hall; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 197
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), mantel; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 198
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), rear hall entrance; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 199
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), mantel; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 200
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), detail of typical interior door; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 201
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), detail of front entrance; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 202
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), main entrance; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 203
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"Farmington" (Old John Speed Residence), portico; designed or constructed in 1810, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 204
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Hike's Place, stone stable, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 205
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Hike's Place, stone stable, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 206
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Hike's Place, log outbuilding, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 207
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Hike's Place, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 208
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Hike's Place, corner detail of log outbuilding, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 209
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Hike's Place, smoke house, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 210
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Hike's Place, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 211
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Kentucky School for the Blind; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 212
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Kentucky School for the Blind; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 213
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Kentucky School for the Blind, cornice detail; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 214
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Kentucky School for the Blind, main cornice; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 215
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Kentucky School for the Blind, portico column bases; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 216
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Kentucky School for the Blind, portico steps; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 217
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Kentucky School for the Blind; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 218
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Kentucky School for the Blind; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 219
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Kentucky School for the Blind, detail of portico cornice and column cap; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 220
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Kentucky School for the Blind, portico; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 221
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Kentucky School for the Blind, detail of window; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 222
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Kentucky School for the Blind, interior door; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 223
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Kentucky School for the Blind, cupola on wings; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 224
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Kentucky School for the Blind, main dome; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 225
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Kentucky School for the Blind, main entrance; designed or constructed in 1855 by F. Costigan, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 226
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"Locust Grove", 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 227
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"Locust Grove", 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 228
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"Oxmoor", 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 229
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"Oxmoor", 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 230
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"Oxmoor", stair detail, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 231
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"Oxmoor", corner fireplace, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, Item 232
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Dr. Palmer House, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 233
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Dr. Palmer House, entrance, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 234
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Dr. Palmer House, mantel, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 235
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St. Matthews

"Ridgeway"; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 236
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"Ridgeway"; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 237
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"Ridgeway"; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 238
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"Ridgeway", spring house; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 239
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"Ridgeway", kitchen; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 240
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"Ridgeway", kitchen; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 241
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"Ridgeway", designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 242
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"Ridgeway", designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 243
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"Ridgeway", rear; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 244
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"Ridgeway", east walk-in living room; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 245
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"Ridgeway", entrance hall; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 246
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"Ridgeway", dining room wall; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 247
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"Ridgeway", restored window; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 248
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"Ridgeway", entrance; designed or constructed in 1805, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 249
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Louisville

"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 250
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 251
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 252
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence old spring house; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 253
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence, old spring house; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 254
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence, mantel; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 255
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence, mantel; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 256
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence, main entrance; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 257
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence, doors, living room and main stair hall; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 258
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"Spring Station"; George M Clark Residence, main stairs; designed or constructed in 1795 by Thomas Jefferson, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 259
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St. Matthews

Zachary Taylor House, log smokehouse, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 260
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Zachary Taylor House, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 261
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Zachary Taylor House, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 262
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Zachary Taylor House, wall, second floor, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 263
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Larue County

Series consists of 6 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Hodgenville. Creel Cabin and Lincoln Birthplace are featured.

Hodgenville

Creel Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 264
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Creel Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 265
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Creel Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 266
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Lincoln Birthplace, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 267
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Lincoln Birthplace, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 268
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Lincoln Birthplace, door and window detail, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 269
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Lincoln County

Series consist of 9 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Stanford, KY. Col. William Whitley House is featured.

Stanford

Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 270
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 271
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 272
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 273
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 274
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 275
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 276
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Col. William Whitley House; designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 277
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Col. William Whitley House, fireplace and paneling (living room); designed or constructed in 1786, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 278
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Madison County

Series consists of 6 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Richmond, KY. Castlewood and Woodlawn are featured.

Richmond

"Castlewood"; designed or constructed in 1825 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 279
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"Castlewood", kitchen building; designed or constructed in 1825 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 280
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"Castlewood", mantel; designed or constructed in 1825 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 281
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"Castlewood", mantel; designed or constructed in 1825 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 282
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"Castlewood", mantel; designed or constructed in 1825 by Gideon Shyrock, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 283
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Woodlawn, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 284
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Mason County

Series consists of 5 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Washington, KY. Old Marshall House is featured.

Washington

Old Marshall House; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 285
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Old Marshall House; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 286
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Old Marshall House, main stair hall; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 287
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Old Marshall House, living room mantel; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 288
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Old Marshall House, mantel; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 289
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Meade County

Series consists of 8 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Brandenburg and Grahamton, KY. Doe Run Hotel and Old Timber Mill and Storage Warehouse are featured.

Brandenburg

Doe Run Hotel (Old Water Power Mill); designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 290
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Doe Run Hotel (Old Water Power Mill), rear view, showing mill race; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 291
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Doe Run Hotel (Old Water Power Mill); designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 292
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Doe Run Hotel (Old Water Power Mill), water spillway; designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 293
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Doe Run Hotel (Old Water Power Mill), detail of timber machine supports (basement); designed or constructed in 1784, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 294
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Grahamton

Old Timber Mill and Storage Warehouse, mill building; designed or constructed in 1837, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 295
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Old Timber Mill and Storage Warehouse, warehouse building No 2; designed or constructed in 1837, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 296
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Old Timber Mill and Storage Warehouse, building No 2; designed or constructed in 1837, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 297
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Mercer County

Series consists of 36 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Harrodsburg, KY. Old Mud Meeting House, Marrs Log Cabin, McAfee House, Captain Samuel Taylor House, The Mansion, Clay Hill, Rebecca Hart Cabin, Court View, Aspen Hill, Zachary Smith House are featured.

Harrodsburg

Old Mud Meeting House; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 298
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Old Mud Meeting House; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 299
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Old Mud Meeting House, interior; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 300
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Marrs Log Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 301
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Marrs Log Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 302
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Marrs Log Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 303
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Marrs Log Cabin, corner notching, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 304
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Marrs Log Cabin, window detail, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 305
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Marrs Log Cabin, south door, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 306
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McAfee House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 307
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McAfee House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 308
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McAfee House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 5, Item 309
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Captain Samuel Taylor House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 310
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Captain Samuel Taylor House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 311
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Captain Samuel Taylor House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 312
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Captain Samuel Taylor House; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 313
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, spring house; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 314
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, spring house; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 315
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, stone fence; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 316
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, window detail; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 317
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, window detail; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 318
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, window, originally a door; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 319
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Captain Samuel Taylor House, sundial; designed or constructed in 1790, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 320
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"The Mansion", 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 321
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"The Mansion", interior, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 322
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"The Mansion", Pioneer Memorial State Park, Southwest Room, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 323
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"The Mansion", mantel, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 324
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"The Mansion", north door, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 325
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"The Mansion", stairway, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 326
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Clay Hill, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 327
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Clay Hill, entrance detail, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 328
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Clay Hill, mantel, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 329
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Rebecca Hart Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 330
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Rebecca Hart Cabin, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 331
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Court View, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 332
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Aspen Hall, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 333
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Zachary Smith House, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 334
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Nelson County

Series consists of 18 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Bardstown, KY. My Old Kentucky Home, St. Joseph's Cathedral, Wickland are featured.

Bardstown

My Old Kentucky Home (Federal Hill), kitchen wing, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 335
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My Old Kentucky Home (Federal Hill), 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 336
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My Old Kentucky Home (Federal Hill), 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 337
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My Old Kentucky Home (Federal Hill), main entrance, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 338
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St. Joseph's Cathedral; designed or constructed in 1819 by Joseph Robinson, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 339
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St. Joseph's Cathedral; designed or constructed in 1819 by Joseph Robinson, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 340
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St. Joseph's Cathedral, rear; designed or constructed in 1819 by Joseph Robinson, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 341
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St. Joseph's Cathedral, interior toward the east wall; designed or constructed in 1819 by Joseph Robinson, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 342
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St. Joseph's Cathedral, interior toward the Chancel; designed or constructed in 1819 by Joseph Robinson, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 343
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"Wickland"; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 344
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"Wickland"; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 345
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"Wickland"; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 346
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"Wickland", slave quarters; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 347
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"Wickland", outbuilding; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 348
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"Wickland", mantel; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 349
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"Wickland", music room mantel; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 350
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"Wickland", main hall; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 351
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"Wickland", Entrance hall; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 352
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"Wickland", detail of west entrance; designed or constructed in 1817 by Marshall Brown and John Rodgers, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 353
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Pendleton County

Series consists of 2 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Butler, KY. Butler Station Bridge is featured.

Butler

Butler Station Bridge over the Licking river, north approach, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 354
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Butler Station Bridge over the Licking river, south approach, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 355
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Shelby County

Series consists of 11 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Shelbyville, KY. Old South Inn and Cross Keys Tavern are featured.

Shelbyville

Old South Inn, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 356
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Old South Inn, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 357
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"Cross Keys Tavern"; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 358
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"Cross Keys Tavern"; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 359
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"Cross Keys Tavern"; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 360
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"Cross Keys Tavern", old stone kitchen; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 361
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"Cross Keys Tavern", old mill house; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 362
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"Cross Keys Tavern", Lounge Room, No 1; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 363
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"Cross Keys Tavern", public dining room; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 364
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"Cross Keys Tavern", main stairs; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 365
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"Cross Keys Tavern", detail of interior, west entrance; designed or constructed in 1800, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 366
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Washington County

Series consists of 1 black and white silver print of an historic structure in Springfield, KY. Washington County Courthouse is featured.

Springfield

Washington County Court House, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 367
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Woodford County

Series consists of 5 black and white silver prints of historic structures in Versailles, KY. Pisgah Presbyterian Church and Academy is featured.

Versailles

Pisgah Presbyterian Church and Academy, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 368
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Pisgah Presbyterian Church and Academy, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 369
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Pisgah Presbyterian Church and Academy, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 370
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Pisgah Presbyterian Church and Academy, interior, northeast, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 371
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Pisgah Presbyterian Church and Academy, church interior, toward the rear, 1935-1936

  • Box 6, Item 372
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