Joe Creason papers

Abstract

The Joe Creason papers (dated 1889-1992, bulk 1940-1974; 28 cubic feet; 78 boxes) comprises journalist Joe Creason's articles, biographical materials, photographs, memorabilia, correspondence, speeches, subject files, and publications.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Joe Creason papers
Creator
Creason, Joe
Extent
28 cubic feet
Subjects
Journalism -- Kentucky
Speeches, addresses, etc.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by format into nine series: Articles, Biography, Correspondence, Memorabilia, Oversized, Photographs, Publications, Speeches, and Subject files.
Finding Aid Author
EAD encoded by Megan Mummey
Preferred Citation
1997ms123: [identification of item], Joe Creason papers, 1889-1992, bulk 1940-1974, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
A native of Benton, Kentucky, Joe Creason (1918-1974) became one of the most well-known newspaper writers in Kentucky during the twentieth century. He began his career as a journalist as a reporter for the Kentucky Kernel, the student newspaper at the University of Kentucky, from which he graduated in 1940. He became the editor of the Benton Tribune-Democrat that year, and then worked at the Ledger & Times in Murray, Kentucky before being hired as a sports reporter for Louisville Courier-Journal in 1941. After serving two years in the U.S. Navy at the end of World War II, he returned to the Courier-Journal and became a staff and feature writer for the newspaper. In 1960 he edited a newspaper supplement titled The Civil War in Kentucky, which became the first newspaper supplement to win the National Civil War Centennial Award of Distinction. In 1963 he began writing a daily column titled Joe Creason's Kentucky. He became a nationally recognized authority on the people of eastern Kentucky, their customs, folklore and speech patterns. In 1967 he shared a Pulitzer Prize with the newspaper which was awarded for public service. In 1972 he published a collection of his columns in book form under the title Joe Creason's Kentucky, and in 1975 published Crossroads and Coffee Trees. He died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 1974.
Scope and Content
The Joe Creason papers (dated 1889-1992, bulk 1940-1974; 28 cubic feet; 78 boxes) comprises journalist Joe Creason's articles, biographical materials, photographs, memorabilia, correspondence, speeches, subject files, and publications. The collection documents Creason’s journalistic career beginning in 1939 at the University of Kentucky, through his long tenure at the Louisville Courier-Journal, and ending in 1974, the year of his death. The articles, correspondence, photographs, and subject files compose the bulk of the collection.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Articles, 1939-1974, undated

The Articles series contains copies of Creason’s articles, drafts, outlines, and radio program scripts. The articles include his sports column for the Kentuck Kernel, his columns for the Louisville Courier-Journal, including the column Joe Creason’s Kentucky, The Grapevine, and articles for the Sunday Magazine. Joe Creason’s Kentucky appeared in the Courier-Journal six days a week. Some articles are marked with a capital C for Creason, possibly by Creason himself.

1939

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1940

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circa 1940

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1942

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1943 January

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1943 February

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1943 March

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1943 April

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1943 May

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1943 June

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1943 July

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1943 August

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1943 September

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1943 October

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1943 November

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1943 December

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1944 January

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1944 February

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1944 March 7

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1946 May

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1946 August

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1946 September

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1946 October

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1946

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1947 January

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1947 March

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1947 April

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1947 May

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1947 June

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1947 September

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1947 October

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1947 November

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1948 January

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1948 February

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1948 March

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1948 April

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1948 May

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1948 June

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1948 July

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1948 August

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1948 November

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1948 December

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1949 January

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1949 February

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1949 March

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1949 April

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1949 May

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1949 June

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1949 July

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1949 August

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1949 September

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1949 October

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1949 November

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1949 December

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1950 January

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1950 February

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1950 March

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1950 May

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1950 June

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1950 July

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1950 August

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1950 September

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1950 October

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1950 November

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1950 December

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1951 January

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1951 February

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1951 March

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1951 April

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1951 May

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1951 June

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1951 July

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1951 September

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1951 October

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1951 November

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1951 December

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1952 January

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1952 February

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1952 March

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1952 April

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1952 May

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1952 June

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1952 July

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1952 August

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1952 September

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1952 October

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1952 November

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1952 December

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1953 January

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1953 February

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1953 March

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1953 April

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1953 May

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1953 July

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1953 August

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1953 September

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1953 October

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1953 November

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1953 December

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1954 January

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1954 February

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1954 March

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1954 April

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1954 May

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1954 June

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1954 July

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1954 August

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1954 September

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1954 October

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1954 November

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1954 December

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1955 January

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1955 February

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1955 March

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1955 April

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1955 May

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1955 June

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1955 July

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1955 August

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1955 September

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1955 October

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1955 November

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1955 December

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1956 January

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1956 February

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1956 March

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1956 April

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1956 May

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1956 June

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1956 July

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1956 August

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1956 September

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1956 October

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1956 November

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1956 December

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1956

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1957 January

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1957 February

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1957 March

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1957 April

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1957 May

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1957 June

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1957 July

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1957 August

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1957 September

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1957 October

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1957 November

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1957 December

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1958 January

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1958 February

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1958 March

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1958 April

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1958 May

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1958 June

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1958 July

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1958 August

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1958 September

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1958 October

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1958 November

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1958 December

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1959 January

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1959 February

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1959 March

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1959 April

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1959 May

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1959 June

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1959 July

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1959 August

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1959 September

  • Box 4, folder 32
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1959 October

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1959 November

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1959 December

  • Box 4, folder 35
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1960 January

  • Box 4, folder 36
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1960 February

  • Box 4, folder 37
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1960 March

  • Box 4, folder 38
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1960 April

  • Box 4, folder 39
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1960 May

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1960 July

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1960 August

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1960 September

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1960 October

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1960 November

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1960 December

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1961 January

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1961 February

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1961 March

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1961 April

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1961 May

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1961 June

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1961 July

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1961 August

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1961 September

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1961 October

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1961 November

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1961 December

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1962 January

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1962 February

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1962 March

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1962 April

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1962 May

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1962 June

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1962 July

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1962 August

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1962 September

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1962 October

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1962 November

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1962 December

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1963 January

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1963 February

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1963 March

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1963 June

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1963 July

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1963 August

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1963 September

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1963 October

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1963 November

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1963 December

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1964 January

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1964 February

  • Box 5, folder 36
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1964 March

  • Box 5, folder 36
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1964 April

  • Box 5, folder 38
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1964 May

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1964 June

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1964 July

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1964 August

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1964 September

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1964 October

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1964 November

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1964 December

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1965 January

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1965 February

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1965 March

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1965 April

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1965 May

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1965 June

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1965 July

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1965 August

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1965 September

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1965 October

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1965 November

  • Box 7, folder 11
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1965 December

  • Box 7, folder 12
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1966 January

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1966 February

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1966 March

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1966 April

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1966 May

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1966 June

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1966 July

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1966 August

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1966 September

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1966 October

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1966 November

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1966 December

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1967 January

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1967 February

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1967 March

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1967 April

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1967 May

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1967 June

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1967 July

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1967 August

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1967 September

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1967 October

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1967 November

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1967 December

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1968 January

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1968 February

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1968 March

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1968 April

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1968 May

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1968 June

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1968 July

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1968 August

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1968 September

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1968 October

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1968 November

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1968 December

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1968

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1969 January

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1969 February

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1969 March

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1969 April

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1969 May

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1969 June

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1969 July

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1969 August

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1969 September

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1969 October

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1969 November

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1969 December

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1970 January

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1970 February

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1970 March

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1970 April

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1970 May

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1970 June

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1970 July

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1970 August

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1970 September

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1970 October

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1970 November

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1970 December

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1971 January

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1971 February

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1971 Maech

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1971 April

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1971 May

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1971 June

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1971 July

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1971 August

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1971 September

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1971 October

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1971 November

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1971 December

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1972 January

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1972 February

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1972 March

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1972 April

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1972 May

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1972 June

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1972 July

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1972 August

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1972 September

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1972 October

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1972 November

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1972 December

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1973 January

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1973 February

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1973 March

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1973 April

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1973 May

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1973 June

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1973 July

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1973 August

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1973 September

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1973 October

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1973 November

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1973 December

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1974 January

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1974 February

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1974 March

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1974 April

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1974 May

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1974 June

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1974 July

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1974 August

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1974 September

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1974 October

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undated

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Drafts - Civil War, undated

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Drafts - Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1961-1968

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Drafts - Revival Meetings - Baptizing - Faith and Religious Belief, undated

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Drafts - Harrodsburg, Kentucky, Theatre - Home is the Hunter, undated

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Drafts - Hopkinsville, Kentucky - Honest John Club, undated

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Drafts - Joseph Holt, undated

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Drafts - Invention of the Radio - Nathan Stubblefield, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Cooperatives - Rural Electrification Administration (REA), undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Derby, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Distilleries - Bourbon - Whisky, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky History - John Swift - The Boy Scouts - Cassius Marcellus Clay, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Honesty and Bluntness, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Humor - Ed Diddle, Tongue-Tied Humorist - Basketball Coach, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Locations - Place Names, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Mountaineers, undated

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Drafts - Kentucky Pastimes - Rook Card Game, undated

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Drafts - Political Parties in Kentucky - Kentucky Politics, undated

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Drafts - Pikeville, Kentucky, undated

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Drafts - Presidential Elections 1840: Harrison / Tyler - Battle of Tippecanoe, 1961 November

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Drafts - Pulaski County, Kentucky - Dog Days - Livestock Sales, undated

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Drafts - Rural Electrification Administration (REA) - Cooperatives, undated

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Drafts - Steamboat Races - Belle of Louisville, undated

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Drafts - Tater Day - Benton, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 10, folder 37
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Outlines, 1905 April 28

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Outlines - As a Sportswriter, Around 1940, undated

  • Box 10, folder 39
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Outlines - Assortment of Different Topics, undated

  • Box 10, folder 40
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Outlines - Handwritten Notes, undated

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Outlines - Notes (from 1945 Envelope) - Handwritten, undated

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Outlines - Notes (from 1945 Envelope) - Typed, undated

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Outlines - Notes (from 1945 Envelope) - Clippings, undated

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Outlines - Notes, Topics: Inventions, People, undated

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Outlines - Typewritten Notes, undated

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Proof - Reluctant Hero: An Introduction - Isaac Shelby, undated

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Radio Program Scripts, undated

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The Grapevine, undated

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Biographical, 1926-1974, undated

The Biography series mostly contains announcements for dinners at which Joe Creason was the invited guest speaker. There also is a considerable collection of newspaper clippings starting as early as 1939 reporting about Joe Creason in the eye of the public at celebrations, as guest speaker, or induction ceremonies. In addition, it contains some of the more memorable letters to the editor that were written on behalf of Joe Creason’s columns and Civil War articles. This series also contains a folder with the various awards and certificates Joe Creason was honored with. Other folders are on following topics: the Joe Creason obituary (including condolence letters with the special letters being ear-marked), statistics regarding his articles and hours worked, tennis, and World War II. Of special interest may be a folder with clippings collected by Joe Creason himself labeled Me.

[Photographs Moved to Photograph Series] - Includes a Short Biography Written for the 66th Grand Nest Convention 1972 and a Summary of His Contributions as Columnist That Introduced Him to the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame - Kentucky-A Land of Firsts, Published as a Public Service by The Courier-Journal, undated

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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1959-1963

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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1964-1972

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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1965-1973

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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1968-1973

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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1930s

  • Box 13, folder 1
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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1940s

  • Box 13, folder 2
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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1950s

  • Box 13, folder 3
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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker, 1960s

  • Box 13, folder 4
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Clippings, Programs to Functions Where Joe Creason Was the Speaker (Folder A), 1970s

  • Box 13, folder 5-7
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Honorary Mention of Joe Creason, after 1974 October

  • Box 14, folder 1
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Clippings - Creason Post Era, after 1974 October-1975

  • Box 14, folder 2
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Clippings - Creason Post Era, after 1974 October-1976

  • Box 14, folder 3
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Awards, Certificates, 1926-1974

  • Box 14, folder 4
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University of Kentucky since 1977 - Journalism Hall of Fame, undated

  • Box 14, folder 5
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Letters to the Editor Re: Joe Creason's Articles, undated

  • Box 14, folder 6
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Joe Creason Remembered, 1974

  • Box 14, folder 7
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder A) - Re: Congressman Breckinridge; Carl Bradley, 1974

  • Box 14, folder 8
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder B) - Re: Tim Lee Carter, Congress; Marlow W. Cook, US Senate; D.J. Downing, WKU; Bob Clark; Hewy Dickens; T. Dunlap, Jr., Sugar Hill Farm, 1974

  • Box 14, folder 9
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder C) - Re: Episcopal Theological Seminary; Office of the President, FAU, 1974

  • Box 14, folder 10
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder D) - Re: L.J. Hollenbach, III, Judge, Jefferson County; Mrs. John M. Houchens; C. Hubbard, State Senate; J.T. Kay, Weight Watchers, 1974

  • Box 14, folder 11
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder E) - Re: R.H. Lewis, Office of the Governor; J.S. Moran, The Springfield Sun, Lion's Club; R. Mazzoli, House of Representatives; Mr. Bill Olsoen; F.C. Pogue, G.C. Marshall Research Foundation, 1974

  • Box 15, folder 1
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder F) - Re: Office of the Mayor, Louisville, Kentucky; Jesse Stuart, Kentucky Writer; H.I. Sloane, city of Louisville; Al Smith, The Logan Leader; O.A. Singletary, UK; Kelly Thompson, President Emeritus, WKU, 1974

  • Box 15, folder 2
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Condolences [ in Alphabetical Order] (Folder G) - Re: Harry Lee Waterfield, 1974

  • Box 15, folder 3
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Condolences - Flowers, 1974

  • Box 15, folder 4
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Condolences - Memorial Gifts, 1974

  • Box 15, folder 5
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Condolences - Memorial Gifts, 1974

  • Box 16, folder 1
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ME, Clips, undated

  • Box 16, folder 2
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Tennis Bum, undated

  • Box 16, folder 3
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Hours Worked in 1971- Numbers of Letters Sent to Joe Creason, undated

  • Box 16, folder 4
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Joe Creason, World War II - Okinawa - Ernie Pyle, 1945, 1946

  • Box 16, folder 5
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Correspondence, 1963-1974, undated

The Correspondence series covers predominantly and extensively the period Joe Creason was a columnist for the Courier-Journal from 1963 to 1974. There are also folders covering the correspondence over the remaining decades as well as folders containing specifically the correspondence regarding his book publications. Throughout his career, Joe Creason ear-marked letters of importance to him. In addition, he often circled paragraphs that were noteworthy.

1963 January

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1963 February

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1963 May

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1963 July

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1963 September

  • Box 17, folder 5
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1963 October

  • Box 17, folder 6
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1963 November

  • Box 17, folder 7
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1963 December

  • Box 17, folder 8
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1964 January

  • Box 17, folder 9
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1964 February

  • Box 17, folder 10
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1964 March

  • Box 17, folder 11
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1964 April

  • Box 17, folder 12
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1964 May

  • Box 17, folder 13
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1964 June

  • Box 18, folder 1
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1964 July

  • Box 18, folder 2
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1964 August

  • Box 18, folder 3
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1964 September

  • Box 18, folder 4
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1964 October

  • Box 18, folder 5
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1964 November

  • Box 18, folder 6
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1964 December

  • Box 18, folder 7
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1965 January

  • Box 18, folder 8
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1965 February

  • Box 18, folder 9
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1965 July

  • Box 18, folder 10
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1965 August

  • Box 18, folder 11
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1965 September

  • Box 19, folder 1
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1965 October

  • Box 19, folder 2
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1965 November

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1965 December

  • Box 19, folder 4
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1966 January

  • Box 19, folder 5
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1966 February

  • Box 19, folder 6
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1966 March

  • Box 19, folder 7
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1966 April

  • Box 19, folder 8
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1966 May

  • Box 20, folder 1
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1966 June

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1966 July

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1966 August

  • Box 20, folder 4-5
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1966 September

  • Box 20, folder 6
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1966 October

  • Box 20, folder 7
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1966 November

  • Box 21, folder 1
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1966 December

  • Box 21, folder 2
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1967 January

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1967 February

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1967 March

  • Box 21, folder 5
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1967 April

  • Box 21, folder 6
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1967 May

  • Box 21, folder 7
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1967 June

  • Box 22, folder 1
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1967 July

  • Box 22, folder 2
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1967 August

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1967 September

  • Box 22, folder 4
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1967 October

  • Box 22, folder 5
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1967 November

  • Box 22, folder 6
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1967 December

  • Box 22, folder 7
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1968 January

  • Box 23, folder 1
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1968 February

  • Box 23, folder 2
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1968 March

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1968 April

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1968 May

  • Box 23, folder 5
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1968 June

  • Box 23, folder 6
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1968 July

  • Box 24, folder 1
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1968 August

  • Box 24, folder 2
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1968 September

  • Box 24, folder 3
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1968 October

  • Box 24, folder 4
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1968 November

  • Box 24, folder 5
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1968 December

  • Box 24, folder 6
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1969 January

  • Box 24, folder 7
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1969 February

  • Box 25, folder 1-2
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1969 March

  • Box 25, folder 3
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1969 April

  • Box 25, folder 4
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1969 May

  • Box 25, folder 5
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1969 June

  • Box 25, folder 6
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1969 July

  • Box 26, folder 1
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1969 August

  • Box 26, folder 2
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1969 September

  • Box 26, folder 3
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1969 October

  • Box 26, folder 4-5
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1969 November

  • Box 26, folder 6-7
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1969 December

  • Box 27, folder 1
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1970 January

  • Box 27, folder 2-3
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1970 February

  • Box 27, folder 4-5
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1970 March

  • Box 27, folder 6-7
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1970 April

  • Box 27, folder 8
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1970 May

  • Box 28, folder 1
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1970 June

  • Box 28, folder 2
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1970 July

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1970 August

  • Box 28, folder 4
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1970 September

  • Box 28, folder 5
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1970 October

  • Box 28, folder 6
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1970 November

  • Box 29, folder 1
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1970 December

  • Box 29, folder 2
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1971 January

  • Box 29, folder 3
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1971 February

  • Box 29, folder 4
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1971 March

  • Box 29, folder 5
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1971 April

  • Box 29, folder 6
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1971 May

  • Box 30, folder 1-2
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1971 June

  • Box 30, folder 3-4
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1971 July

  • Box 30, folder 5
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1971 August

  • Box 30, folder 6
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1971 September

  • Box 30, folder 7
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1971 October

  • Box 31, folder 1-2
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1971 November

  • Box 31, folder 3
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1971 December

  • Box 31, folder 4
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1972 January

  • Box 31, folder 5-6
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1972 February

  • Box 31, folder 7
  • Box 32, folder 1
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1972 March

  • Box 32, folder 2-3
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1972 April

  • Box 32, folder 4
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1972 May

  • Box 32, folder 5
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1972 June

  • Box 32, folder 6
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1972 July

  • Box 33, folder 1
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1972 August

  • Box 33, folder 2
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1972 September

  • Box 33, folder 3
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1972 October

  • Box 33, folder 4-5
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1972 November

  • Box 33, folder 6
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1972 November

  • Box 34, folder 1
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1972 December

  • Box 34, folder 2
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1973 January

  • Box 34, folder 3
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1973 February

  • Box 34, folder 4
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1973 March

  • Box 34, folder 5
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1973 April

  • Box 34, folder 6
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1973 May

  • Box 34, folder 7
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1973 June

  • Box 35, folder 1
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1973 July

  • Box 35, folder 2
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1973 August

  • Box 35, folder 3
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1973 September

  • Box 35, folder 4
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1973 October

  • Box 35, folder 5-6
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1973 November

  • Box 35, folder 7
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1973 December

  • Box 36, folder 1
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1974 January

  • Box 36, folder 2-3
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1974 February

  • Box 36, folder 4
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1974 March

  • Box 36, folder 5
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1974 April

  • Box 36, folder 6
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1974 May

  • Box 36, folder 7
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1974 June

  • Box 37, folder 1
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1974 July

  • Box 37, folder 2
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1974 August

  • Box 37, folder 3
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1974

  • Box 37, folder 4
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undated

  • Box 37, folder 5
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undated

  • Box 37, folder 6
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Creason, Joe, 1940-1950

  • Box 37, folder 7
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Creason, Joe - [Photographs Moved to Photograph Series], 1950-1959

  • Box 37, folder 8
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Creason, Joe, 1960-1970

  • Box 37, folder 9
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Creason, Joe, 1970-1979

  • Box 37, folder 10
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Creason, Joe - Books, undated

  • Box 37, folder 11-12
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Notes, Business Cards, Addresses, undated

  • Box 38, folder 1
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Poem: Twenty Froggies Went to School, 1971

  • Box 38, folder 2-3
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Memorabilia, 1940-1980, undated

The Memorabilia series contains items of personal value to Joe Creason and the Creason family.

Desk Time Organizer, 1973

  • Box 39, folder 1
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Council of Parents and Teachers Name Tag, undated

  • Box 39, folder 2
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Name Tags - Unknown Origin, undated

  • Box 39, folder 3
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Brown Theatre - Courtesy Pass, 1940 November 20

  • Box 39, folder 4
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Joe Creason's Kentucky Cover, undated

  • Box 39, folder 5
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J.O.E.S. Club Business Card, undated

  • Box 39, folder 6
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Original Carbon - Used 1943 for Illustration of J. Creason's Column, undated

  • Box 39, folder 7
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Desk Time Organizer, 1980

  • Box 39, folder 8
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Scrapbook, undated

  • Box 39, folder 9
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Photoalbum - The 9th Commemoration of the Liberation - Eindhoven - Public Relation Office, Eindhoven, 1953 September 18

  • Box 39, folder 10
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Letter Opener, undated

  • Box 39, folder 11
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Desk Name Tag, Plastic, undated

  • Box 39, folder 12
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Desk Name Tag, Wooden, undated

  • Box 39, folder 13
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Ashtray, undated

  • Box 39, folder 14
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Three Print Blocks for Joe Creason Column - Five Metal Letter Heads for Joe Creason Column, undated

  • Box 39, folder 15
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Ticket for Churchill Downs, 1974 April 29

  • Box 39, folder 16
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Metal Joe Creason Plaque - Workshop -, 1961 June 12 and 23

  • Box 39, folder 17
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Courier-Journal Business Cards, undated

  • Box 39, folder 18
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Joe Creason Proof, undated

  • Box 39, folder 19
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Annual Pass - B-B-E and G - Railroad Ltd., undated

  • Box 39, folder 20
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Plastic Tag: Calvert City Centennial - 1871 to 1971, 1971

  • Box 39, folder 21
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Oversized, 1964-1977, undated

The Oversized series contains items that are too large to fit into the conventional boxes, mostly posters, prints, and photographs.

Proof, 13x13, B/W - Joe Creason Writes about Cooper, Chandler, Rupp, and Col. Sanders - Carl Carpenter, 1974 September 18

  • Box 40, folder 1
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Poster, 14.5x23, B/W with Green Lettering - Crossroads and Coffee Trees - A legacy of Joe Creason, undated

  • Box 40, folder 2
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Poster, 14.5x23, B/W with Red Lettering - Crossroads and Coffee Trees - A legacy of Joe Creason - Two Books by Other Authors, 1977 April 6

  • Box 40, folder 3
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Poster, 17.5x23, B/W with Purple Drawing and Red Lettering - Community Concert Series, 1968 / 1969 - Announcement: Joe Creason, Kentucky Humorist, 1969 January 16

  • Box 40, folder 4
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Scrapbook, 11x13 - Joe Creason Clippings, undated

  • Box 40, folder 5
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Laminated Clipping - Chamber Names Joe Creason 'Outstanding Citizen of the Year' at Membership Dinner, 1975 January 22

  • Box 40, folder 6
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Laminated Scrapbook - Various Clippings, 1974

  • Box 40, folder 7
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Certificate by the U.S. Army Armor School - Honorary Member of the Staff and Faculty, undated

  • Box 41, folder 1
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Brochure, Pennyrile State Park, Dawson Springs, Kentucky, Kentucky Country Dinner, undated

  • Box 41, folder 2
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Print, 21.5x15, Color - Picturesque Maysville and Its Suspension Bridge over the Ohio River, undated

  • Box 41, folder 3
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Print: 21x15, Color Signed by the Artist Herbert A. Moore - Cynthiana, Kentucky - Showing The Old Covered Bridge, 1964

  • Box 41, folder 4
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Original Cartoon, 21x15, B/W - Labeled: Promotion - Signed S.S. - Showing Joe Creason Sitting at the Typewriter Surrounded by Frogs, undated

  • Box 41, folder 5
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Photograph, 21x15, B/W - Tennis Center, Photo by Billy Davis, 1973 August 4

  • Box 41, folder 6
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Poster, 33x22, Color - Joe Creason's Kentucky (Top) - Vignettes of Kentucky Humor, History and Folklore With Foreword by Jesse Stuart (Bottom), undated

  • Box 41, folder 7
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Photographs, 1920s-1970s, undated

The Photograph series is extensive. It includes photographs correlating to articles as well as the negatives underlying those photographs. Intermingled are photographs sent by readers. There are also photographs and negatives taken during Joe Creason’s family vacations in Kentucky.

Lumber Yard - Panoramic Collage, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-1
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Aerial View of Tennis Club, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-2
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Proof for Joe Creason Advertisement, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-3
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So Long, Joe - and Thanks. Kentucky, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-4
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Map of Kentucky Counties, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-5
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Paoli, IN - White Oak Tree: Ann Hypes, Lucille Gilliatt, Steve King, and Marvin Rutherford-Indiana Pioneer Mother's Memorial, 1962 December

  • Box 42, item 1-6
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Paoli, IN - Group from Paoli High School in Pioneer Mother's Memorial Forest south of Paoli, 1962 December

  • Box 42, item 1-7
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Dewey Daniels - Unidentified Bank - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 September 20

  • Box 42, item 1-8
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Carollton - Carrollton Facing West - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1965 March 23

  • Box 42, item 1-9
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Cartoon of Joe Creason - Creason was Here, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-10
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Cartoons of Joe Creason, 1973

  • Box 42, item 1-11
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Cartoon of Joe Creason, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-12
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Creason Posing Outdoors - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bill Strode, 1972 June 15

  • Box 42, item 1-13
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Creason Posing Outdoors - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bill Strode, 1972 June 16

  • Box 42, item 1-14
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Creason Posing Outdoors - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bill Strode, 1972 June 15

  • Box 42, item 1-15
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Collage of Personal Photos - Creason in Okinawa - With Wife and Son, 1945-1946

  • Box 42, item 1-16
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One Contact Sheet of Creason Dedication, 1975

  • Box 42, item 1-17
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Snake Cults - O.V. Shays and Faye Nolan - Shays with Snake, 1947 October 26

  • Box 42, item 1-18
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Creason at Edge of Steep Cliff, undated

  • Box 42, item 1-19
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Credit: Courier-Journal, Landau, 1970 December 10

  • Box 43, item 2-1
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Cassius Marcellus Clay, the Lion of White Hall - Currier and Ives Engraving, circa 1954-1956

  • Box 43, item 2-2
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Benton New Railroad Station - L&N Station - Benton, Kentucky, 1964 September 12

  • Box 43, item 2-3
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Benton New Railroad Station - L&N Station, undated

  • Box 43, item 2-4
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Model of Magic Mt. Resort - Development near Hazard; Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 January 10

  • Box 43, item 2-5
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Lieutenant Governor, Mrs. Carroll, and 4 foot Coffee Tree, 1974

  • Box 43, item 2-6
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Actor Getting Made Up - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-7
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Actor Having Tattoo Painted On - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 July 1

  • Box 43, item 2-8
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Three Actors - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1956 August 9

  • Box 43, item 2-9
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Montgomery - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1956 August 9

  • Box 43, item 2-10
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A Wagon Being Built - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 43, item 2-11
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Filming on the River - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-12
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Wet Actor - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 July 1

  • Box 43, item 2-13
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Filming on a Boat - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-14
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Man Standing by the River - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-15
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Two Boats Being Filmed - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-16
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Two Men With Camera- Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-17
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Mental King - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, undated

  • Box 43, item 2-18
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Actors and Actresses on River Boat, 1954 October 27

  • Box 43, item 2-19
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Filming on the River - Shooting Scene of Davy Crockett Adventure Series by Walt Disney Crew on Ohio River, in KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-20
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Cast and Crew of Davy Crockett Heading Towards Shore - Walt Disney Crew Across Ohio River from Cast in Kentucky- Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-21
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Old Man and Make Up Artist - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 June 29

  • Box 43, item 2-22
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Minstrel Band - Field Minstrels - 1899, circa 1947-1951

  • Box 43, item 2-23
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My Old Kentucky Home - Home of Stephen Collins, Foster, Bardstown, KY - Parks, 1957

  • Box 43, item 2-24
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Painting of Stephen Foster - Howard Chandler Christy Painting - Stephen Foster and Song Visions - in White Springs, FL - Credit: F.S.N.B., 1950 October

  • Box 43, item 2-25
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Knights Templar, Louisville, Kentucky - Old-Time - Court of Honor - History - Conclave - Dickson Co., undated

  • Box 43, item 2-26
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W.C. Handy - Negro Composer , 1937 May

  • Box 43, item 2-27
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Emigration of Daniel Boone - George Caleb Bingham Painting - 1851, Missouri - Cumberland Gap, circa 1952-1955

  • Box 43, item 2-28
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Boones First View of KY - William Ranney Painting - Squire Boone's First View of Kentucky, circa 1953-1957

  • Box 43, item 2-29
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Cumberland Falls - Cumberland Falls State Park, circa 1950-1955

  • Box 43, item 2-30
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Singing Man - Kentucky - Cities - Paris - Sesquecentennial, 1939 September 3

  • Box 43, item 2-31
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Aunt Nancy - Kentucky - Cities - Bardstown - My Old Kentucky Home - Missy Virginia Ploetser, 1940 April 24

  • Box 43, item 2-32
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Farmington - Residences - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, circa 1957-1959

  • Box 43, item 2-33
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Dam Construction - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1960 March 22

  • Box 43, item 2-34
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Arial View of a Dam - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1968 April 1

  • Box 43, item 2-35
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Arial View of a Dam - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1968 April 1

  • Box 43, item 2-36
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Congressman William Natcher - Groundbreaking, Saturday June 6, 1964 - Green River Reservoir - Campbellsville, Kentucky - Corps of Engineers Flood Control Project -Credit: Corps of Engineers, 1964 June 6

  • Box 43, item 2-37
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Green River Reservoir Groundbreaking - Campbellsville, Kentucky - Corps of Engineers Flood Control Project - Congressman William Natcher and Colonel W. Roper - Credit: Corps of Engineers - Louisville, Kentucky, 1964 June 6

  • Box 43, item 2-38
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Tower - Credit: Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1959 April 2

  • Box 43, item 2-39
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Engineers - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1960 March 22

  • Box 43, item 2-40
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Construction - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1960 March 22

  • Box 43, item 2-41
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Cliff in Winter - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1960 March 22

  • Box 43, item 2-42
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Dam Construction - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1960 March 22

  • Box 43, item 2-43
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How the West Was Won, undated

  • Box 43, item 2-44
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Women and Children on the Set - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1961 May 26

  • Box 43, item 2-45
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Debbie Reynolds - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-46
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Debbie Reynolds with the President of KY Chamber of Commerce - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-47
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Unnamed Woman - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-48
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Set of Movie - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-49
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Debbie Reynolds - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-50
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Debbie Reynolds on the Set of How the West Was Won - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-51
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Debbie Reynolds with Make - Up Lady, undated

  • Box 43, item 2-52
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Make - Up Artists During Filming - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-53
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Debbie Reynolds with Fans - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-54
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Debbie Reynolds in Costume - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-55
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Jimmy Stewart with Costume - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-56
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Cinerama Camera - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-57
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Film Director and Staff - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-58
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The Set During Filming - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-59
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Jimmy Stewart and Henry Hathaway - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-60
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Debbie Reynolds Walking - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-61
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Unknown Actors on Set - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-62
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Behind the Camera - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-63
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Henry Hathaway with jimmy Stewart and Walter Brennan - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-64
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Set During Filming - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1961 June 14

  • Box 43, item 2-65
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Lyon County Landmark - First Hotel - 1821 - Eddyville, Kentucky - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bolser, 1960

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1966 May

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Dam Construction - Barkley Project - Cumberland River, Kentucky - Aerial View, 1961 July 31

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Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1962 August

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Dig - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1962 August

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Highway Marker - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1962 August 13

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Teeth - Mastodon and Mammoth Teeth, undated

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Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1962 August 13

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Boy with Vertebrae - Skip Foscue, undated

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Mine - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 October 31

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Man with Cliff - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 October 31

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Mill - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1955 October 11

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Lake Front, undated

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Man on Road- Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1959 November 1

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New Lake Floor - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1959 November 18

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Reservoir Lake - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1959 November 18

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Richard Potter's Grave - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, undated

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Cave - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1962 April 29

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State Line - Credit: Courier-Journal, Jim Harlan, 1962 April 29

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Lower Laurel Fork - Kentucky Scenery, 1928

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Group of People in Jeep on a Mountain Dirt Road, undated

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Group of People on Slanted Mountain, undated

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Airdrie-Top View of Tower - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 April 20

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Airdrie: Bottom View of Tower - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 April 20

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Airdrie - Unidentified Structure - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 April 20

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Unidentified Man Lighting Cannon - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1963 September 14

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Unidentified Man, undated

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Unidentified Man, undated

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Group Picture Labeled Johnston, undated

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Picture of Picture of Five Unidentified Men with Bone - Filled Coffin, undated

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Illustration from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - February 15, 1862 - The War in Kentucky - Death of Confederate - Battle of Mill Spring - January 19, 1862, undated

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Unidentified Man, undated

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Unidentified Tree - Credit: Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1961 February 6

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5 Unidentified with Confederate Flag, undated

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Maj. Gen. Don Carlos Buell, undated

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Lieut. Gen. Braxton Bragg, undated

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Perryville-Tombstone Honoring POWs who Died in Battle of Perryville - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., circa 1954

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Statue of Jackson near Henry House Hill, 1961 July 9

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Henry House Hill, 1961 July

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Bull Run: Beginning the Long War - Conrad Chapman Painting - Confederate General Barnard Bee, 1961 July 9

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Preparing for War - Sumter Light Guards of Georgia - January 15, 1861, undated

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Preparing for War - Civil War Servants - Yorktown, Virginia - May 1863, 1961 January 15

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Unidentified Tree, 1961 February 6

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Unidentified Stone Wall - Credit: Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1961 February 6

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Preparing for War - New York's 7th Regiment Marches on Broadway, With Supporters Looking on-Thomas Nast Sketch, 1961 January 15

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Preparing for War - Culpepper, Virginia - 1864, 1961 January 15

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The Red River Dam - Gun - Boats Passing the Rapids at Dawn/Union Soldiers Crossing the River on Dams to Escape Sandbars- Sketch by Rear - Admiral H. Walker - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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M/Sgt. Castro -Wreath Laying Ceremony at Grave of General Robert Anderson - Credit: U.S. Army Photograph, 1960 April 3

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Maj. Gen. O. O. Howard, 1961 April 23

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Camp Ella Bishop Dedication - Lexington, Kentucky, 1862 October 28

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Grant Advancing Forces to Columbus - Credit: Courier-Journal, Al Hixenbaugh, 1955 October

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Frankfort - Arsenal - National Guard Arsenal - 1850, 1940 October 13

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Gen. Charles D. Lovell - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1960 October 3

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Skirmishers of the King's Kentucky Battalion Confederate Cavalry in Action at Paris, Tennessee - March 11, 1862 - Credit: Courier-Journal, circa 1957-1960

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Large Crowd of Soldiers, Including Gen. Anderson - April 14, 1864 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1961 March 9

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Guns Used in Fort Sumter Battle - April 16, 1861 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1961 March 9

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Confederate Army at Fort Day After Surrender - April 15, 1861 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1961 March 9

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Wade Hampton and Others Examine Effects of Attack on Fort Sumter - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1961 March 9

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Russellville - Richardson Funeral Home - Confederate Convention site, 1861 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1955

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Casemate at Fort Sumter - Captain Truman Seymour - April 12, 1861, 1961 March 20

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General Pierre Gustavo Toutant Beauregard - April 12, 1861, 1961 March 20

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Interior of Fort Sumter - Charleston, South Carolina - April 12, 1861, 1961 March 20

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Battle of Carnifax Ferry - Corp. Nep Roessler Drawing - Big Sewell Mountain, West Virginia near Cheat Mountain - September 10, 1861, 1961 April 3

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Labor of Love - Quarter - Size Steam Locomotive Model - Built by Charles H., Roger, and Eugene Barnes of Downer's Grove, Illinois, 1961 April 3

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Hatteras Expedition - Crew of the U.S.S. Pawnee - Hampton Roads, Virginia - August 26, 1861, 1961 April 10

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Hatteras Expedition - Commodore Silas H. Stringham, USN - August 26, 1861, 1961 April 10

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Battle of the Ironclads - Alonzo Chappel Engraving - Battle Between the Monitor and Merrimac - Hampton Roads, Virginia - March 9, 1861, 1961 April 24

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Battle of the Ironclads - Crew on Monitor - Union Ship - Hampton Roads, Virginia - March 9, 1862, 1961 April 24

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Battle of the Ironclads - Lt. B. L. Blackford Drawing - Side View of Merrimac - Confederate Ship - Hampton Roads, Virginia - March 9, 1862, 1961 April 24

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Battle of Carnifax Ferry - Corp. Nep Roessler Drawing - Hawk's Nest, West Virginia - September 10, 1861, 1961 April 3

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Spring Protest - Lake Mohawk - Corner of Putnam Street and Milwaukee Avenue - Waukesha, Wisconsin, 1961 April 3

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Battle of Bull Run - Virginia - July 21, 1861, 1961 March 27

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Hatteras Expedition - Frank Schell Engraving - Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina - August 26, 1861, 1961 April 10

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Battle of Bull Run - First Michigan Infantry Recruit - July 21, 1861, 1961 March 27

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Battle of Carnifax Ferry - Drawing by Corp. Nep Roessler, Color Guard - Carnifax Ferry, West Virginia - September 10, 1861, 1961 April 3

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Edwin Forbes Drawing - Attack on Fort Donelson - Cumberland River in Tennessee - February 14, 1862, 1961 April 16

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Battle of Chicamauga - Officers of the Union Army of the Cumberland - July 21, 1863, 1961 July 31

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Tennessee River and Chattanooga, TN - September 21, 1863 - Battle of Chicamuga, 1961 July 3

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North Main St. Louisville, Kentucky, 1875-1880

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N----(?) River - Edmonson County - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, undated

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Parks: Cumberland Gap National Park - Stone Stack From Mill, 1944 April 30

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Owens - Illinois, Inc., Anti - Litter Contest - Troop 101 - Waterville, Ohio - Maumee River - May 24, 1971, 1971 May 24

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Frank Sedgman - Credit: Courier-Journal, Charley Pence, 1953 January 20

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Marge Roselle - Credit: Courier-Journal, Barney Cowherd, 1952 August

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Debbie Simmons - Sacred Heart, 1964 June

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Don Kaiser - U of Miami, 1959 July 10

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Jackie Cooper - WKU - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, circa 1966-1967

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Susanne Morton, 1964 July 21

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Sam English - Credit: Courier-Journal, Charles Fentress, Jr., 1961

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Ann Huber and June Kroeger, circa 1952-1953

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Ellen Spalding and Mrs. Richard Clark - Courier-Journal, Robert Steinak, 1953

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Ed Pfeiffer - July 22, 1923 - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1966 February 23

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Arnold Simons - Elks Tennis Team - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1937 May

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Lew Hardy, 1932 February

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Max Brown, Jr. - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1954 July 9

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John L. Richards - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1966 September 21

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David Imhoff, Louisville, Kentucky - Credit: Courier-Journal, Larry Spitzer, circa 1966-1967

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Monument - First Kentucky Oil Well - 1819 - Kentucky Historical Society/Kentucky Department of Highways, 1964

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Sue Morton and Helen Spencer, circa 1941-1942

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John Menn, 32, Bronxville, NY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 August 20

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Elam Huddleston - Credit: Courier-Journal, Charley Pence, 1955 July

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Ralph Dudgeon, 52, and Tom Fallon, circa 1961-1967

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Mickey Schad - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, circa 1964-1969

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Foster Kaiser, Louisville, Kentucky, 1938

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Gail DeLozier, 14, Louisville, Kentucky- Credit: Courier-Journal, Charley Pence, 1956

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10 Tennis Courts, undated

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1951 September 18

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James A. Minor, President of Colonial Mine Co. and James H. Moore, Reclamation Association - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1949 June

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Pine and Locust Seedlings - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1949 June

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr.,, 1949 June 1

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr.,, 1949 June 1

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr.,, 1949 June 1

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Big Six Henderson - The Ole Reven, undated

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Press Tour 1954 - Side 1: Four Unidentified Men - Side 2: Three Unidentified Men, undated

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Side 1: Motel - Side 2: Restaurant, undated

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Side 1: Horse farm - Side 2: Reception, undated

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1948 July 25

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1948 July 25

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1948 July 25

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1948 July 25

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1948 July 25

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1948 July 25

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1967 November 1

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1967 September 7

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1967 September 7

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1967 August 17

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1967 August 17

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Parkway from Winchester to Salyersville - 75.4 Miles - Connects Eastern Kentucky to Rest of State, undated

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Mountain Parkway - Slade Interchange, undated

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Unidentified Windy Road, undated

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 November 19

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 November 19

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 November 19

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1962 November 19

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John J. Audubon, 1850, 1850

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Main Street, Louisville, 1846 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Al Hixenbaugh, circa 1958-1959

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KY - Cities - Lexington - Historical - Illustration of Gratz Park, Gratz House, and Second Presbyterian Church - From Ballou's Pictorial, Boston, May 19, 1855, 1952 September 11

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Orville Carrol Mural - Barefoot Frenchman on Corn Island, 1953 April 26

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Glasgow, Kentucky, 1961 May 31

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Glasgow, Kentucky, 1961 May 31

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Glasgow, Kentucky, 1961 May 31

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Rev. C. H. Bunn (Pastor of Zion Tabernacle, Durham, NC and Host of Cult Meeting) Places Snakes in Basket. The Snakes are Being Confiscated by Durham Police Captain M.M. Thompson and Other Policemen., undated

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Rev. C. H. Bunn of Durham, NC with Snake on Head - Durham, NC, 1948 October 18

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View From Behind Large Unidentified Group - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1947 October 12

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Unidentified Group on Hill - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1947 October 12

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Kentucky Snake Cult, 1940 June

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Deadly Snake, it's Body as Thick as a Man's Forearm - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1959

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The Newest Captive is Taken to the Snake Box - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959

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W. C. Quantrill- Return Reminder - Kearney, MO - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1955 September 13

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W. C. Quantrill - The Courier-Journal, Louisville, 1888 May 18

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W. C. Quantrill - William Clarke Quantrill - The Guerrilla Chief - From Quantrill and the Border Wars by William Elsey Connelley - Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1910, 1955 September 13

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Bath County Court House - Owensville, KY - February 7, 1963 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 February 7

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Three Story Building in Elizabethtown, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, 1962 October 26

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Three Story Building in Elizabethtown, KY - Side View - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, 1962 October 26

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Elizabethtown City Cemetery - Hardin County - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, 1962 October 26

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Lowell County Courthouse - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 July 20

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Two Unidentified Men Near Stone Structure - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 September 5

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Two Unidentified Men at Underground Entrance - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 September 5

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Two Unidentified in Field - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 September 5

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Unidentified Man in Field - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 September 5

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Overhead View of Unidentified Town - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 October 30

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Jane Todd Crawford Home Site - Now Owned by Frank Thompson, Son of Crawford's Friend - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1947 October 6

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Civil War Monument - December 27, 1862 - Elizabethtown Captured - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, 1962 October 26

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Brown - Pusey House - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, 1962 October 26

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Air View Vera, IN - Switzerland C. Courthouse Center - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 October 30

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Lexington, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 February 7

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Mammoth Cave - Main Building, Cabins, Parking Lot, etc. - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 February 7

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Mammoth Cave - Main Entrance to Cave With New Building in Background Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 February 7

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Bath County Court House - Owensville, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 February 7

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Hickman Harbor - Lake County, Tennessee Monument - Est. 1870 Formed by Earthquakes in 1811 - Tennessee Historical Society - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 12

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Hickman Harbor - Unidentified Crops - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 12

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Hickman Harbor - Empty Crop Fields - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 12

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Hickman Harbor - Unidentified Field - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 12

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Hickman Harbor - Monument - Rucker's Battery - 1.5 Miles - Abandoned April 2, 1862 - Tennessee Historical Commission Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 12

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Hickman Harbor - Unidentified Two Story Building - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 14

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Hickman Harbor - Construction Vehicles - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1957 June 14

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Hickman Harbor - Harbor Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., undated

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Hickman Harbor - View of Harbor - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, undated

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Hickman Harbor - Two Boats - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, undated

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Hickman Harbor - Wooded Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, undated

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Hickman Harbor - View of Rural Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1962 June 15

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Hickman Harbor - View of Rural Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1962 June 15

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Hickman Harbor - View of Valley - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1962 June 15

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Hickman Harbor - Map - Mississippi River - Credit: Courier-Journal, Al Hixenbaugh, 1963 April 25

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Hickman Harbor - Corps of Engineers - U.S. Army - Map -Portageville Quadrangle - Credit: Courier-Journal, Al Hixenbaugh, 1963 April 25

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Hickman Harbor - Monument - Capture of Island No. 10-Tennessee Historical Commission - 1956 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 May 13

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Hickman Harbor - Overhead View - Completed 1963 - 1.1 Miles Long - 250 Feet Wide x 9 Feet Deep, 1967 May

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Reelfoot Lake - Close-up of Unidentified Woman by Tree, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Woman Between Two Trees Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Woman by Tree, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Man in Canoe - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Man John Fishing - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Man Fishing- Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Man on Dock - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Fishing Scene - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified Swamp - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1963 July 25

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Side View of People on Boat - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, undated

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Reelfoot Lake - Unidentified People on Boat - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, undated

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Monument Labeled The Sand Spring, undated

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York's Grave Site, undated

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York Institute, undated

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Unidentified Building, undated

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Ballard Pig Pen High Schools, undated

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Train Station in Eminence, KY, 1860

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Unidentified Street in Unidentified Town, undated

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Duncan Tavern - Paris, KY - State D.A.R. HQ Contains John Fox, Jr. Museum - Built in 1788, undated

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Unreadable Identification on House - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Schuller, 1962 October 26

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Kentucky River near Jackson - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1956 December 4

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Unidentified Man Overlooking Mountain Range, undated

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Stature of Governor William Goebel - Born: January 4, 1838 - Died: February ?, 1900 - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1964 February 22

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Eddyville - State Maximum Security Prison - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, undated

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Unidentified Man and Boy, undated

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Overhead View of Unidentified Town - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 October 30

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Overhead View of Unidentified Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, undated

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Overhead View of Unidentified Town - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 October 30

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Kentucky Department of Highways - Trail of Tears Monument, undated

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Unidentified Man - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, undated

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Gravesite of Don Carlos Buell - Born near Starletta(?), Ohio March 23, 1818 - Died in Kentucky November 9, 1898 - and Miss Nannie Mason - Born August 20, 1838 - Died: November 19, 1912 - Bellefontaine Cemetery - St. Louis, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-24
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Unidentified Fountains, undated

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Unidentified Painters - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1964 March 31

  • Box 46, item 5-26
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Tobacco - A Vital Kentucky Industry - Exhibit - Capital Building - Frankfort, KY, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-27
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Kentucky and Tobacco - #1 Crop - Exhibit, undated

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Unidentified Wooded Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 July 20

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KY Press Association Officials - B.E. Boone III, Todd County Standard, Elkton L. Stone, Timer-ARGUS, Central City, H. H. Ogles, Franklin FAVORITE, Franklin, S. C. Van Curon, State Journal, Frankfort Credit: P. Camplin, undated

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Overhead Shot of Unidentified Town - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1960 April 27

  • Box 46, item 5-31
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Wickland, Home of Three Governors - Bardstown, KY, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-32
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Unidentified Field with Several Trees, undated

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Music Notation Guide - from Unidentified Book - Written July 18, 1954, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-34
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Church Located Between Ottenheim and Stanford - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1964 March 2

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Roadside Signs - One in Focus Labeled Falls of Rough - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1964 July 14

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Unidentified Branch, undated

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Unidentified Man Examines Wood, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-38
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Unidentified Tree, undated

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Illustration, undated

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Illustration with Quote from T. C. Crawford, undated

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Illustration with Caption: The Small Store of Water Was Fast Disappearing., undated

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Ewell W. Hatfield - Grandson of Capt. Andenson Hatfield with Anderson's Rifle - Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-43
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Rosanna McCoy - Credit; Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1959 August 5

  • Box 46, item 5-44
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Rosanna McCoy - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bernie Metzroff, 1970 February 25

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Devil Anse Hatfield and Five Unidentified - Credit: Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1959 August 5

  • Box 46, item 5-46
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Devil Anse, Joe Murphy, Non Chesshan, and Four Unidentified Men - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1949 August 18

  • Box 46, item 5-47
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Devil Anse Hatfield - 1901 - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1956 July 8

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Devil Anse Hatfield with Brothers and Sons, undated

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Grave of Calvin McCoy - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., circa 1957-1958

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Unidentified Woman- Credit: Courier-Journal, Bernie Metzroth, 1970 February 25

  • Box 46, item 5-51
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Unidentified Forest - Credit: Courier -Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1956 June 14

  • Box 46, item 5-52
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Jack McCoy, Dorothy Doan, Tiny Terry Hatfield, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-53
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Fort Knox, KY Gold Vault, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-54
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Unidentified Man with Baskets and Snakes (Snakecharmer) - In Front of Crowd of People, undated

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Man with Baskets and Snakes (Snakecharmer), undated

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Man with Baskets and Snakes (Snakecharmer), undated

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Unidentified Man with Baskets and Snakes (Snakecharmer), undated

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Group of Five Unidentified Men with Baskets, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-59
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Group of Five Unidentified Men with Snake, undated

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Group of Unidentified Men with Baskets and Snakes, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-61
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Darnell Hall with Creams and Towels - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. C. Fuller, 1964 December 2

  • Box 46, item 5-62
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Unidentified Man in Field - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1962 August 13

  • Box 46, item 5-63
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Unidentified Man in Field - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1962 August 13

  • Box 46, item 5-64
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Overhead View of Mountain Region - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bill Davis, undated

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William McKay-Shelbyville, KY- Credit: Courier-Journal, Charley Pence, 1964 January 17

  • Box 46, item 5-66
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Woman and Children - Fountains at Weisiger Memorial Park - 1861 - 1933 - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1965 June 28

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Cars in Unknown Parking Lot - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1965 June 23

  • Box 46, item 5-68
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Unknown Flowers, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-69
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Unknown Park, undated

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1913 U. S. Coin - Tail Side Showing - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1967 May 15

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1913 U. S. Coin - May 15, 1967 - Head Side Showing - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1967

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Vehicles from Northwest Engineering Co. Traveling on Jct. 1605 - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1967 July 21

  • Box 46, item 5-73
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Brescia College Library - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1967 July 21

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John Campbell of Lick Fork, KY in Blacksmith Shop - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1954

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Henry Clay's Law Office and Monument (Kentucky Department of Highways) - Office Built 1803, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-76
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Corn on the Cob Held by Unidentified Person, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-77
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KY - Forest Fires - Forest Fire near Harlan - Terry's Fork of Wallins Creek, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-78
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Unidentified Baseball Player, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-79
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Overhead View - Rural Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy, 1966 February 21

  • Box 46, item 5-80
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Overhead View of Large Buildings, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-81
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Overhead View of Large Buildings, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-82
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Line of Cars in Front of Travel Lodge - Location Unknown, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-83
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Barren County Courthouse - Monument - Glasgow, KY, 1965

  • Box 46, item 5-84
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Lincoln Homestead State Park, 18 Hole Golf Course, and Museum, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-85
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Dr. Weldon (?) With Unidentified Dog, Three Men, and One Woman, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-86
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Black Bottle - Contents Unknown, undated

  • Box 46, item 5-87
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Dr. Randolph Dade of Hopkinsville and Allan Trout - Gourds - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959 March 29

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Tunnels - KY - Woman and Two Children (Unidentified) at Entrance to Nada - Sky Bridge Rd. - Leads to Red River Gorge, circa 1966-1967

  • Box 46, item 5-89
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Unidentified Man with Book: Frontier America in Library - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1959 July 3

  • Box 46, item 5-90
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Exercising - Keeping Muscle Tone - Pentagon Officers (Unidentified) - Credit: World Wide Photos, 1966 February 26

  • Box 47, item 6-1
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Field with Barn in Background, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-2
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Rocky Land with Barn in Background, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-3
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Popcorn Machine - Unidentified Preparing Popcorn for Unidentified Boy, Robert M. Hogan, Jimmy Miller, age 12, Beverly Sue Grisham, age 7, Jeanette Gober, age 12 - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-4
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Nelson Hornback, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-5
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Unidentified Man Fishing - Fishing Slowed by Cord, 1966 June 1

  • Box 47, item 6-6
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Highways - Rest Stations - Rest Area/Information Center in Scott or Boone Co. on I - 75 - Building at Left Temporary, 1967 April 7

  • Box 47, item 6-7
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Commonwealth of Kentucky - Tourism Billboard - part of 25,000 dollars Spent in 1966 to Attract Tourists, 1966 February 25

  • Box 47, item 6-8
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Levisa Fork at Allen in Floyd Co. - Broad, Level Valley Cut by River - Ideal for Plant Sites - White Building is a Natural Gas Pumping Station, 1949 May 1

  • Box 47, item 6-9
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Willard Parnell of Edmonton in Metcalf Co. - With Muskellunge, Caught on 2/20/?? In the Green River near Mammoth Cave - 51.25 Inches Long, 25 Inches Wide, 38 Lbs., 2.5 Ounces - Broke Record for Muskellunge Caught, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-10
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Two Unidentified Men Examining Hunting Dog - Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1962 April 4

  • Box 47, item 6-11
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140 Year - Old Mooring Ring (at Time of Photo) - Home of Charles Morrison, 2939 Bank St. - Credit: Courier- Journal, James N. Keen, 1969 December 8

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140 Year - Old Mooring Ring (at time of Photo) - Home of Charles Morrison, 2939 Bank St. - Credit: Courier-Journal, James N. Keen, 1969 December 8

  • Box 47, item 6-13
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Menu at the Well - Come Inn in Mt. Sterling, KY - Court Day festivities - Credit: Courier-Journal, Bud Kamenish, 1971 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-14
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Unidentified Man at Entrance to the Goddard (White) Bridge, Fleming Co. - Reconstructed 1968, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-15
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Pegasus Parade - Kentucky Derby Festival Week - 1968 Parade - Promotion for 1969 Parade - to Feature 30 Marching Bands, 22 Floats, 600 Horses, and a Theme, The Wonderful World of Music., 1968

  • Box 47, item 6-16
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Joe Creason with Charles Morgan, President (?) and 22 Unidentified Men, 1948 October 12

  • Box 47, item 6-17
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Joe Creason with Robert Stokes, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce - Louisville, KY - 1954 Press Tour, 1954

  • Box 47, item 6-18
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Group of Five Walking Across a Field Equipped with Net- Credit: Courier-Journal, T. V. Miller, Jr., 1947 July 8

  • Box 47, item 6-19
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Joe Creason Posing with Two Friends in Front of Mantelpiece with Trophies, 1940s

  • Box 47, item 6-20
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Creason Seated at Bench in Park at his Typewriter, 1940s

  • Box 47, item 6-21
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Tennis Finale 1961 at the Louisville Boat Club - Winners, near Winner, and Officials Pose on the Tennis Court -Credit: Courier-Journal, L. Spitzer, 1961 July 22

  • Box 47, item 6-22
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Tennis Match - Doubles at the Louisville Boat Club - Credit: Courier-Journal, J.N. Keen, 1955 July 23

  • Box 47, item 6-23
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Tennis Player, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-24
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Tennis Match - Doubles at the Louisville Boat Club - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1951 July 29

  • Box 47, item 6-25
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Burnside (Birthplace of Boy Scouts of America), undated

  • Box 47, item 6-26
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Draft - Kentucky History - First Boy Scout Troop - Historical Marker, KY Historical Society, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-27
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Workers at a Construction Site on the River Banks - Credit: Courier-Journal, T. Lau, 1949 July 14

  • Box 47, item 6-28
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Creason and Two Unidentified Men at a Lumber Storage Field - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1947 May 29

  • Box 47, item 6-29
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Creason and Two Unidentified men Taking Lunch Sitting on a Log near a Creek - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1950 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-30
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Canada 1957 - Lake of the Woods - Deer Hunt - Buck Deer Ran in Front of Car and Got Killed. Roy McMahon Shown with Trophy, 1957

  • Box 47, item 6-31
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Joe Creason Wearing Academic Gown and Hat - Commencement, 1970 August

  • Box 47, item 6-32
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Entrance to Skyline Highway Leading to the Pinnacle - Completed in 1930, 1950 August 5

  • Box 47, item 6-33
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House near the Road , undated

  • Box 47, item 6-34
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Cumberland Gap, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-35
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Devil's Garden (near Middlesboro, KY in Cumberland Gap Park), undated

  • Box 47, item 6-36
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Parking Area/Fap, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-37
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Cumberland Gap, 1954 November 15

  • Box 47, item 6-38
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Cumberland Gap, 1954 November 15

  • Box 47, item 6-39
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Cumberland Gap, 1954 November 15

  • Box 47, item 6-40
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1953 October 13

  • Box 47, item 6-41
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-42
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-43
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-44
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-45
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-46
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-47
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-48
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Hunting Party of Seven with Dogs Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-49
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Boy with Dog and Dead Raccoon, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-50
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-51
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-52
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-53
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-54
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-55
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-56
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-57
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-58
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-59
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-60
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-61
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Wildlife Refuge, 1949 December 22

  • Box 47, item 6-62
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-63
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-64
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-65
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-66
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-67
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Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-68
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-69
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-70
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-71
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Wildlife Refuge, 1948 October 19

  • Box 47, item 6-72
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Sign at Kentucky Woodland Wildlife Refuge, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-73
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Bow and Arrow, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-74
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Bow and Arrow, undated

  • Box 47, item 6-75
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Central City, KY - Tipple and Power House, Central Coal and Iron Co., 1890

  • Box 47, item 6-76
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Fishing, 1953 April 26

  • Box 47, item 6-77
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Fishing, 1953 April 26

  • Box 47, item 6-78
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Tygort Creek in Carter Co., undated

  • Box 47, item 6-79
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Fishing, 1953 April 26

  • Box 47, item 6-80
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Fishing, 1953 April 26

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Moonshine Still Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Three Men Walking Down Hillside Searching for Moonshine still, 1957 October 18

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Man Using Axe to Puncture Metal Barrels at Moonshine Still site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Armed Man Talking to Group of Black Children, 1957 October 18

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Three Armed Men Walking up Hillside in Search of Moonshine still - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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K&T Switching at Blue Herron - Million dollar Tipple to Left - Bridge over South Fork River, near Where Mining is Done Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Men Unloading Goods from Boxcar at Barthell - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Railroad Employee Standing Next to Locomotive in Shop for Repairs - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Bulldozer Pulling Cut Timber Along Dirt Road - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Men Unloading Cut Timber from Truck - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Railroad Employee Oiling Locomotive Wheels - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Rail Car Heading Through Pass in Hillside - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Fireman Shoveling Coal into Locomotive Engine - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Coal Tipple for Loading Railroad Cars - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Men Unloading Goods from Boxcar - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Empty Coal Cars on Railroad Siding - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Bulldozing Cut Timber Into Piles- Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Lumber Yard - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Lumber Yard - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1952 July 25

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Railroad Station in Stearns - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949

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Neighborhood in Stearns - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949

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Coal Cars on Railroad Track Along River- Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949

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Lumber Yard - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949

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Stearns Coal & Lumber Co. Offices - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949

  • Box 48, item 7-15
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Eroded Hillside - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-16
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Stearns Coal & Lumber Co. Offices - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949

  • Box 48, item 7-17
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Abandoned Tipple - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-18
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Demolished Coal Camp House - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-19
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Men Attending to Coal Cars Outside Mine - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959 July 23

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Young Girl Sitting at Desk in School Using Pencil and Paper - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1960 April 20

  • Box 48, item 7-21
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Young Girl Looking Through a Viewmaster, undated

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Two Men Walking on Suspended Wooden Foot Bridge from Single - Engine Airplane - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959 November 17

  • Box 48, item 7-23
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New construction -Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959 November 18

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Downtown Oneida, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959 June 20

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Downtown Oneida, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1959 June 20

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Men Preparing to Work with Barrels - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 April 9

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Two Men Walking up Dirt Road in a Wooded Area - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 April 9

  • Box 48, item 7-28
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Charred Barrels - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 April 9

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Barrels on Fire- Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 April 9

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Sgt. Major E. D. Price and Adjutant Clark Spurgeon "Spud: Eckard in Price's Basement - Green Hills - Cincinnati, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-31
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South Fork of the Licking River, Cynthiana, KY (Aerial View), undated

  • Box 48, item 7-32
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Cumberland River at Williamsburg, Whitley Co., 1948 June 1

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Old Columbus and Fort DeRussey - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1950 March 14

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Empty Coal Caves on Siding of L&N near Cumberland, Harlan County. Poor Fork of Cumberland River at Left - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949 October 28

  • Box 48, item 7-35
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Ohio River at Maysville, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Clarke River Bridge over U.S. 68 East of Benton - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Tradewater River - Bridge over U.S. 62 West of Dawson Springs Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Hawesville Ferry on the Ohio River - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1947 November 4

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Western Kentucky Coal on the Walter C. Beckjord, Going above Cincinnati and West Virginia Coal on the Mike Creditor, Going Below Cincinnati, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-40
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The Walter C. Beckjord and an Ohio River Company Tugboat Delivering Coal to New Richmond, Ohio, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-41
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Modern Coal Loading Dock Capable of Handling 1400 Tons of Coal an Hour, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-42
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Unidentified Spillway Showing Debris - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1956 December 4

  • Box 48, item 7-43
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New Bridge for Train Car Traffic - Other Two Will be Under Water (Aerial View) - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1950 January 13

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Little Sandy River near Argillite, Greenup Co. - Bridge on KY 1 near Place Where First Man in Kentucky Smelted in 1818 - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949 November 29

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Cumberland River near Clover Fork in Letcher County - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949 March 26

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Levisa Fork of Big Sandy River at Prestonsburg (Aerial View) - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Clover Park Joins Martin's Fork and Poor Fork to Form Cumberland River (Harlan, KY) Aerial View - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-48
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Green River Lock Dam #4 at Woodbury - Barren River Enters Stream at Upper Right - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1951 October 11

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Concrete Slabs Along Mississippi River in Hickman County - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1947 May 29

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Cumberland River Below Cumberland Falls - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1950 June 5

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Poor Fork and Clover Fork Merging to Form Main Cumberland River at Baxter, Harlan County - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1953 March 11

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Tennessee River Just Below KY Dam at Gilbertsville, 26 Miles from River in Paducah - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1947 November 4

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Kentucky Dam and Lake and Tennessee River Below Dam (Aerial View)- Credit: Courier-Journal, 1946 August 2

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Ohio River at New Albany (Aerial View) - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1948 August 30

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Hickman, Fulton County Seat, Foodwall- Credit: Courier-Journal, 1947 May 29

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Little River from U.S. 68 Bridge at Cadiz - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-57
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Little River from U.S. 68 Bridge at Cadiz Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

  • Box 48, item 7-58
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Unidentified River Rapids, undated

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Levisa Fork of Big Sandy River at Pikeville (Aerial View), undated

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Big Sandy River Dam #1 at Catlettsburg - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 February 1

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Coal Loading River Operation at Unidentified Location, undated

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Unidentified River Bank - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 February 1

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Licking River at Farmers, KY - Rowan County - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1950 February 20

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Switzer Covered Bridge Across Elkhorn Creek, undated

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Unidentified Two Lane Covered Bridge, undated

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Men Looking Into Picturesque Valley From Mountaintop, undated

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Lt. Gov. Wilson W. Wyatt Leads Delegation at Skyline Dr., 1961 November 6

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Lt. Gov. Wilson W. Wyatt Meeting with Citizens at Skyline Drive, 1961 November 6

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No Visitors Sign on Gangway Leading to Belle of Louisville - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1967 May 17

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Stirrups of Susanna McCoy, undated

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Letter by L.T. Crimson, Librarian - Cemetery- Credit: Courier-Journal, 1951 April 30

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Letter by L.T. Crimson, Librarian - Stone Heading Reads: "Children of the American Revolution"; Credit: Courier-Journal, 1951 April 30

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Letter by L.T. Crimson, Librarian - Headstone of Isaac Shelby, 1951 April 30

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Drafts - Elizabethtown, KY - Custer's Headquarters, undated

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Notes, topics - Henry Clay, undated

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The Old West - Typical Town of the Old West, 1900

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Kentucky River North Fork - Credit: Corps of Engineers, 1956 December 5

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Memorial Day - Group Picture at a Monument of the Confederacy, 1924

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Bobby Davis Library - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 January 5

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Squire Boone Rock - Courthouse Yard, Richmond - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1962 March 22

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Jesse James Bank - Logan County, Russellville - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 June 21

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Group of 3 Posing in Front of Governmental Historic Building - Credit: Courier-Journal, J.N. Keen, 1940s

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Government Historic Building - Credit: Courier-Journal, J. N. Keen, 1940s

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Log House in a Valley During Winter - Credit: Courier-Journal, B. Davis, 1958 February 10

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River Banks Enforcements - Group of Four Workers at the Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1947 November 21

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In Winter - Governmental Historic Building - Credit: Courier-Journal, R. Steinau, undated

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Wayne County Courthouse - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Joe Creason and 3 Gentlemen in Their 60s Seated on a Picnic Table in the Evening (One Gentlemen Wearing Tennis Outfit), undated

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Joe Creason Writing as he Poses with Major Mike Murphy, 1953 May 3

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Kentucky Thoroughbreds - Thoroughbred Horse Grazing on Kentucky Horse Farm, 1962

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Kentucky Thoroughbreds - Gallant Man Rearing up, 1962 January

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Saddle Horse Museum - E. Groggin, Executive Director, Dr. H.B. Murray, P.R. Chairman, and M.M. Spears, Board of Directors - Selecting Original Oil Paintings of Morris for the Museum, 1962 January

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Kentucky Thoroughbreds - Keeneland 1957 - Fall Race Meeting - Horse Race, 1957 October

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Narrows on the South Fork of the KY River - Joe Creason Article January 4, 1969 - Kentucky River Straightened - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1960 January 18

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Narrows on the South Fork of the KY River - Joe Creason Article January 4, 1969 - Man Standing at the Banks - Credit: Courier-Journal, T. V. Miller, Jr., 1960 January 18

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Narrows on the South Fork of the Kentucky River - Joe Creason Article January 4, 1969 - Kentucky River: Man on the Banks Courier-Journal, T. V. Miller, Jr., 1960 January 18

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Narrows on the South Fork of the KY River - Joe Creason Article January 4, 1969 - Kentucky River Bend - Two Men on the Banks of the River - View From Above - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1960 January 18

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Narrows on the South Fork of the KY River - Joe Creason Article January 4, 1969 - Man Standing on the Banks of the KY River - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1960 January 18

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Reenactment of Civil War-Six Confederates - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1963 September 14

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John Lair, Renfro Valley, Kentucky - Christmas 1967 on a Stage Coach Replica of the Wells Fargo Express, 1967 December

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John Lair, Renfro Valley, KY - Christmas 1965 - Girls With Dolls, 1965 December

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John Lair, Renfro Valley, KY - Christmas 1964 - Boy with Riding Toy, 1964 December

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Jesse Stuart's Mailbox in Greenup, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, J.N. Keen, 1960 February 20

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Cat on Window Sill - Credit: Courier-Journal, J.N. Keen, 1948 December 23

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Two Cats at the Window - Credit: Courier-Journal, J.N. Keen, 1948 December 23

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It's People: Boone - Copy of Receipt for a Money Package Sent by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, 1891

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Shakertown, Pleasant Hill - Mercer County, KY, undated

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Home in Park - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1963 July 10

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Large Historic Building - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1963 July 10

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Three Story Building and Accompanying Smaller Building - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1963 July 10

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Chorus - Director Mrs. R. Morriss, Norman Lewis, R.H. Miller, B. Miller, Chas Oliver, H. Brosche - M. Hawkes, and P. Gillespie - Credit: Courier-Journal, T. V. Miller, Jr., 1963 July 10

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Griffin, undated

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A Model for Hillman Ferry Campground - Credit: TVA, Land Between the Lakes, 1970

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Mountain River Log Raft - 75 Years Ago (1890), undated

  • Box 49, item 8-25
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John Fox, Friend to the Mountaineers - Father, John W. Fox, Sr. - Credit: Courier-Journal, A. Blunk, 1949 May 20

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Cumberland Falls State Park - Credit: Corps of Engineers, undated

  • Box 49, item 8-27
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Cumberland Falls - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Mountain People - Man on a Hillside Path, Big Sandy Valley - Credit: Courier-Journal, T.V. Miller, Jr., 1954 January 6

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Coach Ed Diddle, Western Kentucky University - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 March 13

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Coach Ed Diddle, Western Kentucky University, with his trademark red towel. - Credit: Courier -Journal, 1955 March 13

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Coach Ed Diddle, Western Kentucky University, and Assistant Coach Ted Hoenback - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 March 13

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Coach Ed Diddle, Western Kentucky University - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 March 13

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Marjorie Galloway, Bowling Green College of Commerce, 1937 Queen, 1937

  • Box 49, item 8-34
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Betty Lyen, 1951 Queen, 1951

  • Box 49, item 8-35
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Marion Hagan, 1933 Queen, 1933

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Men Examine Abandoned Moonshine Still Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Armed Man Points to Evidence on Ground During Search for Moonshine Still - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Three Men Searching Wooded Area for Moonshine Still - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Man Speaking on Walkie -Talkie While Searching for Moonshine - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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3 Men Stop Car to Search for Moonshine - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Searching Trunk of Young Black Man for Moonshine - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Two Armed Men Surveying Valley, undated

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Two Men Walking Down into Valley Toward House in Background, 1957 October 18

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Man With Sidearm Talking on Walkie - Talkie - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 October 18

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Unidentified Group of Men Sitting at a Table, undated

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Stone Slave Cabin Behind White Hall - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Pikeville, KY flood - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 February 1

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Abandoned Coal Camp in McCreary Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Abandoned Coal Camp and Tipple in McCreary Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Strip Mine Spoils Are in Whitley Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Car Covered in Dust as Coal Truck Passes in Leslie Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Miners Emerging from Mary Helen Coal Corp. Mine No. 3 in Harlan Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Strip Mine Pit in Whitley Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Graham, KY Coal Tipple - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1950 March 2

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Coal Tipple for Railroad - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1948 February 17

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Miners with Lunch Pails Heading for Work - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949 November 25

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Miners Buying Goods at General Store - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949 November 25

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View of Debris Mounds in the Distance - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1950 March 2

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View from Base of Crane - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 February 2

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View from Atop Crane - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 February 2

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Large Fly Wheels on Crane - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 February 2

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Three Men on Crane Catwalk - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1957 February 2

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Boarding House on KY 667 - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 May 13

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Fred Ferguson, Robert Campbell, Valley Denney, and Jonathan Wright in Dry Goods Store - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 May 13

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Abandoned Bridge Pilings - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 May 13

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Over - Grown Road with Railroad Tracks in Foreground (? ) - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 May 13

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Illinois Central Railroad Engine Pulling Cars Across Crossing - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 May 13

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Run-Down Boarding House Possibly in McCreary Co., KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 May 13

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Miners at Company Store - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1949 November 25

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Brick Service Center at Price in Floyd County, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1956 December 10

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Inland Steel's Preparation Plant - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1956 December 10

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Man Standing on Top of Base of Huge Bucyrus - Erie 1650 - B Stripping Shovel, 1956 October 25

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Ken Coal Company's 46 Cubic Yard Steam Shovel That Weighs 2300 Tons Used for Making Overburden in Ohio County, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Strip Mine Site With Piles of Debris - Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Bulldozer Clearing Trees - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Two Men Surveying Reclaimed Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Western Kentucky Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Man Holding Chunks of Coal in Front of Mounds of Coal - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Reclaimed Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Unidentified Man Standing on Top Mounds of Strip Mine Debris - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Eastern Kentucky Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Three Men Surveying Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Two Men Surveying Eastern Kentucky Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Strip Mine Site at Pine Knot - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Two Men Testing Soil at Strip Mine Site - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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West Virginia Strip Mining Landscape - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 October 1

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Martin Housing Project - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1962 January 9

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. and Gov. Bert T. Combs at Jenny Wiley State Park, undated

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John D. Whisman, Franklin Roosevelt, Jr., Gov. Bert T. Combs at Jenny Wiley State Park, undated

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Housing Development (?) in Paintsville Under Construction - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1962 January 9

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Unidentified Motel and Restaurant in Paintsville, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1962 January 8

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Methodist Church in Tolu, KY, circa 1960s

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Brazell's Store in Tolu, KY, circa 1960s

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Man Outside U.S. Post Office at Grab, KY Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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U.S. Post Office at Sirocco, KY, undated

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Gravel Switch Train Station - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 September 9

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Gravel Switch Train Station - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 September 9

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People Lined Up Waiting to Enter Show - Credit: Courier- Journal, 1948 July 1

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Man (Performer?) Holding Toddler - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1948 July 1

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Woman Handing Pots to Young Man on Stage - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1948 July 1

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Customers Paying to Enter Show - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1948 July 1

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Troupe Setting up Tents with Bisbee Comedians Trailers in Background - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1961 August 20

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Two Men Filling Tanker Truck - Credit: Courier-Journal, circa 1954-1955

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Charred Tree Trunk - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 April 12

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Unidentified Man Adjusting Gas Line Flow - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 April 12

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Unidentified Pumping Machinery - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1955 April 12

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Propane Storage Facility Along Unidentified River - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 October 14

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An Oil or Natural Gas Storage Facility - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 October 14

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Oil Platform Located Next to Unidentified River - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1954 October 14

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Jesse W. James, undated

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Jesse, Frank, and Mother James, undated

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John Campbell, True KY Mountain Farmer, Conthuence, KY - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., circa 1954-1954

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Close-Up of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Exhibit, undated

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1958 October 16

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Gean A. Baron, 1958 October 16

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Laurel River, Kentucky - Laurel Reservoir - Laurel Dam - U.S. Army Engineer District, Nashville - Lighter Version, undated

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Laurel River, Kentucky - Laurel Reservoir - Laurel Dam - U.S. Army Engineer District, Nashville - Darker Version, undated

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1959 July 23

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1959 July 23

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1959 May 13

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1959 May 13

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Billy Davis, 1959 May 13

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"City of Madison", Ohio River, Louisville to Cincinnati - Wrecked 1894, undated

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Alice Lloyd College, undated

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Alice Lloyd College, undated

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Aviation - Old Time - Pentaplane - Five Wing Craft - Flown in England by Hiram Maxim - Credit: Courier-Journal, Peggy Spencer, 1950 August

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1966 December 17

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Unidentified Man - Credit: Courier-Journal, Charles Fentress, Jr., 1968 May 6

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Seller's Airplane, undated

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Prop Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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Watch of Judge W.R. Rountree - Stolen by Jesse James - Credit: Courier-Journal, 1966 May 9

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Marianna Hill - Played Nancy Hanks, undated

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The Capture of Daniel Boone's Daughter - October 1857 - Painting by Millet - From James H. French, Winchester, undated

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Portrait of Hezekiah Callaway French - Half Sister of Callaways, who were with Boone - As was her Future Husband, undated

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Early Boonesborough Plot - Credit: Courier-Journal, Cort Best, 1961 January 7

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Procession Order for Funeral of Boone, 1845 - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., circa 1950-1955

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Grave Site of Boone's Parents - Boone Trail Highway Association, undated

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Close-up of Grave of Mr. Boone - Died 1765 at Age 69, undated

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One dollar Receipt from Society Signed by Gilbert Walden - Payment on 25.00 dollar Daniel Boone Powder Horn and Rifle - Note Added by Sec. And Treas. of Society Jennie Morton, 1900

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Bayless Hardin, Secretary of Kentucky Historical Society, Explains Mechanism of Boone's Rifle to David Thierman at old State House in Frankfort, Kentucky, where Rifle and Bullhorn are Located, undated

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25 dollar Receipt, Half Payment on Daniel Boone's Rifle and Powder Horn - To Gilbert Walden - At Museum of Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort, Kentucky, undated

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Boone's Flintrock Rifle - In Museum of Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort, Kentucky - Acquired in 1900 for 50 dollars with Powder Horn - Notches Added by Later Owner, undated

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Johny and David Thierman with Coonskin Caps and Boone's Rifle - On Porch of Frankfort's Old State House, Where the Rifle and Powderhorn are Displayed, undated

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Johny and David Thierman with Coonskin Caps and Boone's Rifle on Steps of Frankfort's Old State House - Rifle and Powderhorn Displayed There, undated

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Explanation of Rudiments - Credit: Courier-Journal, Al Blunk, 1967 May 23

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Dr. Thompson with Students

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Stith Thompson, Indiana Univ. - Distinguished Professor - Internationally Known Folklorist, undated

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Workers Spraying Infested Spruce Tree - Credit: AP News Features Photo, undated

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Unidentified Forest Painting, undated

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Unidentified Painting Of Person Watching Storm, undated

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Painting of Deer in Flowers, undated

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Unidentified Men In Helicopter, undated

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Bank of Columbia (Adair County, Kentucky) - Credit: Courier-Journal, Thomas V. Miller, Jr., 1955 June 5

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Jesse James - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1959 October 9

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Jesse James - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1959 October 9

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Frontier Nursing Station - Margaret Durbin Harper Memorial Nursing Center - Bowlingtown, KY, undated

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Unidentified Outpost - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1961 May 12

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Outpost Nursing Center - Bowlingtown, Kentucky (Perry County), undated

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Nursing Center - Margaret Durbin Harper Memorial Nursing Center - Bowlingtown, KY (Perry County), undated

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Nurse and Unidentified Woman - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1961 May 12

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Nursing Outpost - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1961 May 12

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Possum Bend Outpost - Credit: Courier-Journal, Warren Klosterman, 1961 May 12

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Credit: Courier-Journal, Robert Steinau, 1960 August 5

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Green River Reservoir, Campbellsville, Kentucky - Corps of Engineers Flood Control Project - Groundbreaking - Mighty Blast Touched off by Congressman Natcher, Signals for Start of Construction, 1964 June 6

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Credit: Courier-Journal, undated

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July 3, 1862 - Seven Days Battles - Fair Oaks, Virginia - Drawing by Alonzo Chappel, Combat Artist - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 May 8

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July 3, 1862 - Savage's Station, Virginia - Federal Wounded - Picture Taken by Civil War Photographer Mathew B. Brady - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 May 8

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July 3, 1862 - Seven Days Battles - Union Army in Oak Swamp, Virginia - Drawing by Capt. Julian Scott, Combat Artist Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 May 8

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Seven Days Battles - Battle on Malvern Hill, Virginia - Drawing by Combat Artist Alfred R. Waud - Credit: Wide World Photo, undated

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Battle of the Wilderness - May 7, 1864 - Lt. General Ulysses S. Grant - Commanded Army of the Potomac May 5 and 6, 1864 - Picture Taken by Mathew B. Brady, 1961 July 17

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Battle of the Wilderness - May 7, 1864 Belle Plain, Virginia on the Pamunkey River - Picture taken by Mathew B. Brady - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 July 17

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Battle of the Wilderness - May 7, 1864 - Major General Winfield Scott Hancock of the Union Army and his Staff - After Battle of the Wilderness - Staff is Comprised of Brig. Gen. Francis Barlow, Maj. Gen. Daniel Birney, and Maj. Gen. John Gibbon, 1961 July 17

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Battle of Spottsylvania - May 13, 1864 - General Ulysses S. Grant and Staff - Massaponnax Church, Virginia - After Spottsylvania Courthouse Battle - With General George G. Meade - Picture Taken by Matthew B. Brady - Credit: Wide World Photos, 1961 July 24

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Battle of Spottsylvania - May 13, 1864 - Spottsylvania Courthouse, Virginia - May 12, 1864 - Drawing by Combat Artist Alfred Waud - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 July 24

  • Box 50, item 9-85
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Battle of Spottsylvania - May 13, 1864 - Union Soldiers Guarding 5000 Confederate POWs - Picture Taken by Mathew B. Brady - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 July 24

  • Box 50, item 9-86
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Battle of Chancellorsville - May 5, 1863 - Union Forces Repelling Confederate Attack - Chancellorsville, Virginia - Drawing by Combat Artist Alfred P. Waud - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 12

  • Box 50, item 9-87
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Battle of Chancellorsville - May 5, 1863 - Major General Joseph Hooker - Commander of the Union Army of the Potomac - Chancellorsville, Virginia - Picture Taken by Mathew B. Brady, Civil War Photographer - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 12

  • Box 50, item 9-88
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Battle of Chancellorsville - May 5, 1863 - Major General Thomas Jonathan Stonewall Jackson with Confederate Troops in Chancellorsville, Virginia - Drawing by Alfred R. Waud - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 12

  • Box 50, item 9-89
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Battle of Chattanooga - November 25, 1863 - Union Forces Advance - Lookout Mountain - Chattanooga, Tennessee - November 23 - 25, 1863 - Drawing by Combat Artist Alonzo Chappell - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 July 10

  • Box 50, item 9-90
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Battle of Chattanooga - November 25, 1863 - Major General Joseph Hooker Leads Union Troops Across Lookout Creek - Sketch by Combat Artist H.E. Brown; Credit: Wide World Photos, 1961 July 10

  • Box 51, item 10-1
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Battle of Chattanooga - November 25, 1863 - Brig. Gen. William B. Hozen - With Union Troops - Floating Down Tennessee River to Brown's Ferry - Sketch by Combat Artist Theodore R. Davis - Credit: Wide World Photos, 1961 July 10

  • Box 51, item 10-2
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Siege of Vicksburg - July 4, 1863 - Hand - to - Hand Fighting in Vicksburg, Mississippi - Drawing by William Waud - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 20

  • Box 51, item 10-3
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Siege of Vicksburg - July 4, 1863 - General Grant and Union Troops - Vicksburg, Mississippi - Drawing by Frank Schall - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 26

  • Box 51, item 10-4
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Siege of Vicksburg - July 4, 1863 - General Grant and Union Troops in the Trenches - Drawing by Combat Artist Alonzo Chappel - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 26

  • Box 51, item 10-5
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Siege of Vicksburg - July 4, 1863 - General Grant's Army Crossing Big Black River - En Route to Vicksburg, Mississippi - Drawing by Combat Artist Henry Taylor Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 26

  • Box 51, item 10-6
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Battle of Gettysburg - July 4, 1863 - Hospital Tents in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania - Battle Took Place July 1 -3, 1863 - Picture Taken by Mathew B. Brady, Civil War Photographer - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 19

  • Box 51, item 10-7
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Battle of Gettysburg - July 4, 1863 - Lieutenant Beyard Wilkeson Directs the 4th United States Artillery During Battle - Drawing by Alfred R. Waud; Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 19

  • Box 51, item 10-8
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Battle of Gettysburg - July 4, 1863 - General George Pickett's Confederate Infantrymen charge the union Army - Cemetery Ridge - July 3, 1863 - Painting by Combat Artist Alfred R. Waud - Credit: Wide World Photo, 1961 June 19

  • Box 51, item 10-9