Northside Neighborhood Association records

Abstract

The Northside Neighborhood Association (NNA) records (dated 1923-2011; 7.55 cubic feet; 11 boxes and 2 folders) consists of administrative files, correspondence, subject files, newsletters, newspaper clippings, publications, printed materials, photographs, and posters documenting the NNA's 57 years as Lexington's oldest designated historic neighborhood.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Northside Neighborhood Association records
Extent
7.55 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Historic buildings -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
Historic preservation -- Kentucky.
Neighborhood government
Neighborhoods -- Kentucky -- Lexington
Urban renewal -- Kentucky -- Lexington
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by format into 5 series: Administrative files, Photographs, Printed materials, Publications, and Subject files.
Finding Aid Author
Allyson Ayers
Preferred Citation
2017ms063: Northside Neighborhood Association records, 1923-2011, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The Northside Neighborhood Association was officially formed in 1961 as Lexington, Kentucky's first historic neighborhood. They define themselves as a place where history and community meet. The Northside Neighborhood encompasses everything between Newtown Pike and Limestone Street, and Second Street and the Beltline Railway. Inside of these boundaries lay some of Lexington's historic micro neighborhoods such as Gratz Park, Fayette Park, Hampton Court, Mulberry Hill, Elsmere Park, and the street corridors West Second and West Third Streets. The streets of North Broadway and South Limestone are lined with historic homes and buildings on both sides, showcasing some of Lexington's historic architecture. This neighborhood is also home to Transylvania University, founded in 1780 as the 16th college in the United States.
Sources:
Northside Neighborhood Association, Lexington, Kentucky. Accessed June 19, 2018. http://www.northsidelex.com/.
Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky. Accessed June 19, 2018. http://www.transy.edu/.
Scope and Content
The Northside Neighborhood Association (NNA) records (dated 1923-2011; 7.55 cubic feet; 11 boxes and 2 folders) consists of administrative files, correspondence, subject files, newsletters, newspaper clippings, publications, printed materials, photographs, and posters documenting the NNA's 57 years as Lexington's oldest designated historic neighborhood. The records document the NNA's many projects and programs, including those involving schools, home rehabilitation, community development, neighborhood watches, tree planning, community cleanups, and annual historic house tours. Additionally, the records include files on the NNA's board of directors, meeting minutes, membership statistics, the downtown master plan, specific property projects, and legal disputes.

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

Administrative files, 1955-2011

The Administrative files series contains correspondence, notices, printed materials produced by the NNA, meeting minutes, and legal documents pertaining to the NNA. The series is organized into sub-series by format and subject.

Correspondence, 1965-2004

1976-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 1
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Larry Ragland, 2002

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 2
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Lucy Points, 2000

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 3
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Lyndon House bed and breakfast complaints, 2004

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 4
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Martha Daily time sheets, 1968-1971

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 5
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President correspondence, 1974-1975

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 6
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Rose Lucas documents, 1985-1986

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 7
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415 North Broadway, 1965

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 8
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Finances, 1962-2005

Expense vouchers and statements, 1987-1988

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 9
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Financial report, 1982

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 10
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Financial statements, 2001

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 11
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Property values, 1972-2005

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 12
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Receipts, 1962-1984

  • Box 11, folder 1-5
The reciept folders from the Northside Neighborhood Association records collection (dated 1923-2011; 7.55 cubic feet; 11 boxes and 2 folders) contains recipts from local businesses in the nieghborhood. These reciepts indicate that the association was regularly provided service from locally owned businesses.
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Legal material, 1962-1989

Alcoholic Beverage Dispensaries and Regulations, 1968-1971

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 13
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Articles of incorporation, 1964

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 14
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Blue Grass Land and Nature Trust v. Brock Adams, 1979

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 15
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By laws, 1962

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 16
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Certificate of appropriateness 450-460 West Sixth Street lawsuit, 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 17
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Delaney v. Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, 1983

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 18
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Legal issues and billing, 1990-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 19
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Morrison Development Company, 1981

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 20
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Northside Neighborhood Association, Cassidy, McCormack, and Shook v. Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Urban County Council of Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 21
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Northside Neighborhood Association v. Gallaher, 1983

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 22
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Local businesses, 1955-1994

Baker Iron and Metal company, 1955-1970

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 23
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Bed and breakfast, 1993-1994

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 24
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J.J. Alan's liquor license , 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 25
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Taverns, 1967-1969

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 26
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Mailing information, 1993-2004

Address labels, 1993-2002

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 27
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Letterhead, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 28
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Mailing list, 1997-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 29
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Meetings, 1962-2011

Board of directors meeting minutes, 1962-1984

  • Box 2017ms063-01, folder 30-37
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Board of directors meeting minutes, 1985-2011

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 1-10
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Near Northside Neighborhood Association annual meeting, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 11
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Neighborhood support team meeting, 2003

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 12
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Regional Neighborhood Network Conference, 1988

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 13
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Secretary Dave Gyor records, 1990

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 37-38
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Membership, 1965-2011

Association membership, 1993

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 14
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Membership history for nominating committee , 1994

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 15
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Member lists, 1972-2000

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 16
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Membership solicitation, 1965-2011

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 17
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Membership statistics, 1987

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 18
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Neighborhood projects, 1961-2011

Association beginnings, 1961-1979

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 19
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Cincinnatus Shryock buildings, 1974

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 20
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Convalescent home 617 Price Avenue, 1967

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 21
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Fifth and Broadway, 1966-1967

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 22
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Founders homes, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 23
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Historic architecture building survey: Elsmere Park, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 24
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Historic architecture building survey: Fayette Park, 1969

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 25
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Historic architecture building survey: 100 and 400 West Forth Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 26
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Historic architecture building survey: Gratz Park, North Mill, and Market Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 27
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Historic architecture building survey: Hampton Court, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 28
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Historic architecture building survey: North Broadway, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 29
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Historic architecture building survey: North Upper Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 30
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Historic architecture building survey: Transylvania University, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-02, folder 31
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Historic architecture building survey: 100-600 North Limestone, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 1
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Historic architecture building survey: 400 West Third Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 2
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Historic architecture building survey: 400 West Sixth Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 3
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Historic architecture building survey: 100-400 West Second and New Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 4
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Miller street, 2004

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 5
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National Register of Historic Places inventory nomination form, 1969-1975

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 6
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Neighborhood association rezoning agreement, 1980-1981

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 7
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Northside Neighborhood Historic District designation, 1981-1985

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 8
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Proposed zone change for 717 North Broadway, 2006

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 9
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Research on first directors, 2011

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 10
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Rezoning of Odd Fellows property, 1967

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 11
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Thirty year celebration, 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 12
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The Northside: A Neighborhood Study, 1973

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 13
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Transylvania University Burger Queen, 1970-1971

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 14
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50th anniversary celebration, 2011

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 15
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550 North Broadway, 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 16
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638 Elsmere Park zone change, 1964

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 17
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Notices, 1966-2011

1966-2011

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 18
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Printed material, 1966-2010

Bicentennial award, 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 19
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Board highlights, 1988-1989

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 49
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Christmas card, 1977

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 20
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Citizens Association for Planning Community Service award, 1964

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 21
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Environmental Improvement Award, 1971

  • Box OS-14, folder 2
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Illustration photostats, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 22
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Northside Newsletter , 1971-2010

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 23-25
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Postcards, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 26
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Property complaints, 1966-2002

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 27
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Timothy Cone Escrow Sixth Street property, 1973

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 28
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Photographs, 1976-1997

The Photographs series consists primarily of historic buildings and walking tour photographs. The historic buildings are likely connected to the NNA's historic architecture building survey and inventory conducted in 1976. The series is organized into sub-series by subject.

Historic buildings, 1976

The Bodley-Bullock house: 200 Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 1
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Bourbon Avenue, 1976

  • Box 8, item 2
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The Byway, 1976

  • Box 8, item 3
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Carnegie Center for Literacy: 251 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 4
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Carpenter Academic Center and Gay/Thomas Library, 1976

  • Box 8, item 5
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Carpenter Academic Center and Mitchell Fine Arts Center, 1976

  • Box 8, item 6
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Christ Church Cathedral: 166 Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 7-8
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6-over-6 double hung window, 1976

  • Box 8, item 9
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Elks Lodge, 1976

  • Box 8, item 10
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416 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 11
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417 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 12
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417 and 423 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 13
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424 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 14
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424-438 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 15
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428 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 16
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435 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 17
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438 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 18
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440-444 Fayette Park, 1976

  • Box 8, item 19
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Federal style door of the Hunt-Morgan House, 1976

  • Box 8, item 20
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First Presbyterian Church: 171 Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 21
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Gratz Park and North Mill Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 22
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Hampton Court, 1976

  • Box 8, item 23
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75 Hampton Court, 1976

  • Box 8, item 24
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89 Hampton Court, 1976

  • Box 8, item 25
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360 Hampton Court, 1976

  • Box 8, item 26
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Historic Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church: 251 North Upper Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 27
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Jefferson Street and West Second Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 8, item 28
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Jefferson Street and West Third Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 8, item 29
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Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 30
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190 Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 31
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220 Market Street 9-over-6 double hung window, 1976

  • Box 8, item 32
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228 Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 33
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253 Market Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 34
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Morrison Cabin: 318 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 35
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North Broadway and Davidson Court, 1976

  • Box 8, item 36
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North Broadway and West Fourth Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 8, item 37
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North Broadway and West Third Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 8, item 38-39
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Northwest on West Fifth Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 40
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Northwest on West Sixth Street, 1976

  • Box 8, item 41
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147 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 1
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160 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 2
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192 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 3
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210 and 214 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 4
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231 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 5
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239 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 6
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239 and 241 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 7
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300 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 8
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301-345 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 9
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305 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 10
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309 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 11
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315 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 12
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331 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 13
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438-454 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 14
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438-454 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 15
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451 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 16
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501-521 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 17
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521 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 18
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531-551 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 19
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534-550 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 20
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547-566 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 21
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556 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 22
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602 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 23
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602-616 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 24
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607-617 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 25
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607-618 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 26
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645-657 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 27
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649-671 North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 9, item 28
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North Mill Street and West Second Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 9, item 29
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160 North Mill Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 30
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161 North Mill Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 31
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176 North Mill Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 32
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184 North Mill Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 33
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201 and 215 North Mill Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 34
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New Street and North Broadway intersection, 1976

  • Box 9, item 35
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351 New Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 36
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Old Morrison Administration building, 1976

  • Box 9, item 37
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232-234 Miller Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 38
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Miller Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 39
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Northside survey photograph, 1976

  • Box 9, item 40-41
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North Upper Street, 1976

  • Box 9, item 42
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North Upper Street and West Second Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 10, item 1
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211-227 North Upper Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 2
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217 North Upper Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 3
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Patterson Cabin, 1976

  • Box 10, item 4
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Saunier Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 5
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The Thomas January House, 1976

  • Box 10, item 6
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Transylvania University administrative offices, 1976

  • Box 10, item 7
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Transylvania University from North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 10, item 8
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West Fifth Street and North Broadway intersection, 1976

  • Box 10, item 9
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West Fourth Street and North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 10, item 10
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429-431 West Fourth Street and North Broadway, 1976

  • Box 10, item 11
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West Second Street and North Broadway intersection, 1976

  • Box 10, item 12
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West Second Street and North Mill Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 10, item 13
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201 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 14
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322 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 15
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331 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 16
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331 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 17
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421 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 18
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441 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 19
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461 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 20
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468 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 21
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470-474 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 22
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471 West Second Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 23
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West Sixth Street and Headly Avenue, 1976

  • Box 10, item 24
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West Sixth Street and North Broadway intersection, 1976

  • Box 10, item 25
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436 West Sixth Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 26
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West Third Street and Market Street intersection, 1976

  • Box 10, item 27
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304 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 28
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416 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 29
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427 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 30
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431 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 31
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445 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 32
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460-462 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 33
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478 West Third Street, 1976

  • Box 10, item 34
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Tours, 1997

Hunt-Morgan house, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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Mr. and Ms. Lawrence Crump yard: 247 North Mill Street, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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Graham Cottage Alumni house: 451 North Broadway, 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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429 North Broadway, 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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439 North Broadway, 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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501 North Broadway, 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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548 North Broadway, 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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550 North Broadway, 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 43
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Assorted, 1994

Snowman photographs, 1994

  • Box 10, item 35-41
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Unidentified yard, undated

  • Box 10, item 42-44
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Unidentified negatives, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 44
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Printed materials, 1963-2011

The Printed materials series primarily contains newspaper clippings, development plans, reports, brochures, and publications from affiliated groups. Much of the material was used, sent out by, or featured the NNA. Affiliated groups include the Lexington Fayette County Urban Government, the Kentucky Humanities Council, the Fayette County Neighborhood Council, the Housing Equality for All Lexington Incorporated, the Community Reinvestment Alliance of Lexington, and the Kentucky Heritage Commission. The series is arranged into sub-series by subjet.

Affiliated groups, 1963-2011

Award nomination sheets, 1986-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 29
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Board of Architectural Review notices and meetings, 2001-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 30
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Carnegie Library, 1988

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 31
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Christian Church in Kentucky, 2010-2011

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 32
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Citizens Police Academy, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 33
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Community Reinvestment Alliance of Lexington, 1986-1988

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 34
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Downtown Lexington Corporation and Downtown View newsletters, 1999-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 35
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Fayette County Neighborhood Council, 1991-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 36
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Federal Housing Administration, 1965

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 37
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Housing Equality for All Lexington Incorporated, 1980

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 38
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Infill and Redevelopment Committee, 1993

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 39
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Kentucky Heritage Commission, 1978-1979

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 40
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Kentucky Humanities Council, 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 41
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Kentucky Owner Builder School, 1981

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 42
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Lexington Fayette County Health Department, 1975

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 43
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Lexington Fayette County Health Department meeting, 1970

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 44
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Lexington Fourth of July Festival, 2002-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 45
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Lexington musical theater, 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 46
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Lexington Fayette Urban County Government Access Channel 3, 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 47
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Lexington Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission, 2002

  • Box 2017ms063-03, folder 48
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Lexington Fayette Urban County Government , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 1
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Lexington Fayette Urban County Government information, 1982-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 2
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Lexington Fayette Urban County Government meeting schedules, 1991-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 3
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Lexington Fayette Urban County Government telephone directory, 1990

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 4
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Neighborhood Support Team, 2003

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 5
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Northside Improvements Corporation, 1999-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 6
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Organization for Planning, 1963-1966

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 7
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Positive Link Center, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 8
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1973-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 9
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Real estate, 1966-1974

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 10
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Time Out for People award, 1991-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 11
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Various newsletters, 1991-2011

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 12
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Development, 1964-2004

Amendments to Existing Articles of the Zoning Ordinance, 1990-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 13
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Comprehensive Plan Update Urban County Government, 1985-1986

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 14
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Downtown Master Plan Project, 2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 15
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Gribbins Galleries, 1994-1995

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 16
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Infill and redevelopment ordinances, 2002-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 17
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Long Range Plan, 2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 18
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Northend Development, 1970

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 19
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Second and Third Street Downzoning, 2001-2002

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 20
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Vacant lots, 1987-2001

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 21
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307-323 and 502-504 Kenton Street zone change, 1982

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 22
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457 West Fourth Street, 1964-1965

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 23
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466 North Broadway, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 24
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556 North Broadway, 1966

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 25
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Newspaper clippings, 1946-2000

Clippings on segregation and racial issues, 1965-1968

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 26
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Desegregation and redistricting schools, 1965-1960

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 27
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Pollution, 1969

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 28
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1946-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 29-30
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Tour publicity, 1971-2000

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 31
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Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1959-1978

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 32-34
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Programs, 1971-2004

America the Beautiful Fund, 1971

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 35
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Community Development Block Grant projects, 1986-1992

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 36
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Division of Police Participant Safety Watch, 2002

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 37
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Early Childhood Initiative, 2000

  • Box 2017ms063-04, folder 38
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Juvenile Detention Facility, 2002-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 1
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Neighborhood Action Match grants, 1987-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 2
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Neighborhood Action Match Program, 1987-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 3
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NOTICE Program and code enforcement , 1991-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 4
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Tri-street Vacant Lot Program, 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 5
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University of Kentucky Eastend Outreach, 2002

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 6
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Reference material, 1962-2011

A Plan for a Plan: Considerations for Campus Planning Symposium , 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 7
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Board of Zoning Appeals: New York, 1962

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 8
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Chapter 9: Mitigating Cases Involving Vested Rights/Equitable Estoppel or Legal Nonconforming Use , undated

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 9
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Deed book 910 page 53, 54, and 55, 1967

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 10
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Historic district materials, 1985-1987

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 11
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Historic district zoning, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 12
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Historic Preservation Week, 2004

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 13
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Historic preservation reference, 1966-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 14
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Historic Zoning: Some Questions and answers , undated

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Lexington Code: Sewage, Garbage, Refuse and Weeds , undated

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The Mailing Evaluation Readability Look-up Instrument, 2002

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Maps, undated

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Renovation and revitalization reference material, 1966-1967

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 19
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Sanborn Fire Insurance maps, 1896-1901

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Travel Kentucky app, 2011

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Reports, 1963-2004

Board of Adjustment appeal, 1990

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Board of Adjustment case report, 1963-1970

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Certificate of Appropriateness letters, 1991-2004

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A Design Response: The Northside Neighborhood , 1973-1974

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Exhibits Tendered on Behalf of Northside Neighborhood Association pertaining to 717 North Broadway , 2006

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 26
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Fayette Historic District, 1985-1986

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 27
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Issues that Affect Downtown Neighborhoods , 2002-2003

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 28
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South Ashland/Central Avenue Historic District Designation Report , 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 29
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Summer progress report of the Northend Development Service, 1972

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White paper report, 1969

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 31
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540 West Third Street Board of Adjustment Refusal, 2003

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Publications, 1923-2000

The Publications series consists of publications used as reference material by the NNA. Subjects include historic districts, home rehabilitation, downtown revitalization, house style, economics, and historic preservation. The series is organized into series by place of publication: the federal government, Kentucky, and other states.

Federal, 1967-1986

Economics of Revitalization: A Design Making Guide for Local Officials , 1981

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Improving The Quality of Urban Life: A Program Guide to Model Neighborhoods in Demonstration Cities , 1967

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 34
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Small and Bountiful: The Importance of Small Farms in America , 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 35
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Kentucky, 1973-2000

Ayelsford-East University Small Area Plan , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 36
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A Downtown for People , 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 37
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Downtown: A Place to Live , 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 38
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Downtown Revitalization Initiative , 2000

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 39
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A Growing Community , 1973

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 40
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Historic Preservation Issues and Opportunities , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 41
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Historic Structures Report Grassmere: Nashville, Tennessee , 1984

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 42
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Investigation of Senator John Pope House: Progress Report , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-05, folder 43
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The Kentucky Bluegrass: Vernacular Architecture Forum , 1990

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 1
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Preliminary Archaeological Investigations at the Pope House, Lexington, Kentucky , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 2
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Planting Manual , 1983

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 3
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Versailles-Midway-Woodford County Comprehensive Plan , 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 4
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Tyler Settlement Rural Historic District: Comprehensive Management Plan , 1998

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 5
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The Shotgun House , 1980

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 6
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The Todd-McKee-Cheek House 229 North Third Street Danville, Kentucky: A Study of its Architecture, its Residents and Their Lifestyles , undated

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 7
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Various states, 1923-1997

The Binghampton Commission on Architecture and Urban Design: the First Three Years 1964-1967 , 1968

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 8
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Complete Handbook All About Restoring and Maintaining Property in Mobile's Designated Historic Districts , undated

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 9
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The Dating of Old Houses , 1923

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 10
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Dealing With Change in the Connecticut River Valley: A Design Manual for the Conservation and Development , 1989

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 11
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The Feasibility of Incorporating Landmark Buildings in the Redevelopment of Chicago's North Loop , 1981

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 12
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Herkimer House: New York State Historic Trust , 1972

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 13
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Hindsight and Foresight: Planning to Protect and Guide Special Neighborhoods , 1990

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 14
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Historic Boulder's Home Renovation Book: A Renovate Our Architectural Resources Project , 1987

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 15
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Historic Charleston Guidebook , 1967

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 16
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Historic Preservation Plan of the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation , 1978

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 17
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Historic Preservation in Tacoma , 1982

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 18
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Historic Structure Report Symposium , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 19
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Hundred Oaks: Historic Preservation Program Middle Tennessee State University , 1984

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 20
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Johnson Hall: The Northwest Stonehouse , 1971

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 21
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John Jay House , 1972

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 22
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Maintaining Your Old House in Cambridge , 1988

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 23
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The Morse-Libby Mansion: A Report on Restoration Work , 1997

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 24
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Preserving Small Buildings in Downtown Washington, D.C. , undated

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 25
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Prominent: Milford, Ohio , 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 26
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A Proposal Calapooian Farmstead: Settlement Patterns and Material Culture , 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 27
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Revitalization Granite Falls , 1982

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 28
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Savannah's Priceless Asset Today and Tomorrow , 1974

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 29
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A Study of a Community: Staten Island Architecture and Environment , 1980

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 30
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Tacoma: The Union Depot District , 1979

  • Box 2017ms063-06, folder 31
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This is Charleston: An Architectural Survey of a Unique American City , 1964

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 1
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Thoughts on the Revival of Downtown U.S.A. , 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 2
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Whitewater Township Hall: A Restoration Study , 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 3
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Worcester: A New England Cityscape , 1979

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 4
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Zoning for Community Preservation: A Manual for Texans , 1976

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 5
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Zoning and Historic Preservation: A Survey of Current Zoning Techniques in U.S. Cities to Encourage Historic Preservation , 1990

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 6
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Subject files, 1961-2004

The Subject files series consists the NNA's working files concerning publications, neighborhood development, house tours, projects, and workshops. The series is organized into sub-series by subject.

Councils and commissions, 1971-2004

Crime prevention, 1980-2002

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 7
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Task forces, 1971-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 8
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Development and planning, 1962-2006

Broadway Christian Church parking, 1970-1971

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 9
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Community development plans, 1965-2006

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 10-11
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Extension North Upper Street to North Limestone Street, 1965

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 12
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Free-standing signs height limitations, 1970

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 13
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Land use survey, 1962-1963

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 14
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Second Street distributor, 1966

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 15
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Transylvania Student Center development, 1978

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 16
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Issues, 1961-1991

Parking 400 block North Broadway, 1981

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 17
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Road and transportation issues, 1961-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 18
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Projects and workshops, 1962-2002

Building inspections, 1968-1980

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 19
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Central High School facilities survey, 1966

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 20
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Clean and Safe Neighborhood projects, 1967-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 21
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Harrison Elementary playground, 2000

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 22
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Historic preservation Lexington, Kentucky, 1966-2002

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 23
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Humanities projects, 1974-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 24
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Lexington school information, 1962-1974

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 25
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Neighborhood school projects, 1969-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 26
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Rehabilitation Grant Program, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 27
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Russell Dunbar High School Open Space Land Program, 1966-1968

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 28
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World Trade/Cultural Center, 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 29
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Youth project information, 1984

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 30
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Publication and news, 1986-1991

Transylvania University event notice letters, 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 31
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Transylvania University murder, 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 32
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Reports, 1990

Crime reports, undated

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 33
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Loitering and traffic police report, 1990

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 34
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Tours, 1964-2004

Block leaders, 1967

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 35
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Elsmere Park tour signs, 1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 36
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Home and gardens tour, 2000-2004

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 39
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Tour, 1971

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 40
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Tours notes, 1964-1991

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 41
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The Northside Tour: A Walking Tour of Lifesyles , 1986

  • Box 2017ms063-07, folder 42
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Walking tour posters, 1979-1986, undated

  • Box OS-14, folder 1
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