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ark:/16417/th7591hmdtz8cAmong amateur boxers signing up yesterday for participation in the 1949 Golden Gloves tournament January 10,12,13,14 and 19 were Leslie Burton (left) and his brother, Osie L. Burton (seated), of 370 South Mill Street. Leslie is an entrant in the Open featherweight division, while Osie will compete in the Open light heavyweight ranks. Image
ark:/16417/th719mvxbcv31Chuck holes on North Mill street between Church and Second streets. Image
ark:/16417/th712g0rwjf5vDonald Russell (Butch) Burton Behind wheel of automobile showing what he was doing when he wrecked his father's car through a plate glass window at Main and Mill streets
ark:/16417/th710z1cnj079Feature by C. Frank Dunn on the Fayette County Detention Home, 521 South Mill Street, once the home of John Bradford, John W. Hunt, Thomas January, Thomas J. Garrett, Robert Huston and others.
ark:/16417/th7357c0x252kFeature on Cynthiana by J. Frank Adams. Christian church on Main and Mill streets.Image
ark:/16417/th79zwn0vg9rjFeature on Cynthiana by J. Frank Adams. Christian church on the corner of Main and Mill streets. January 1951.Image
ark:/16417/th7106l1b0qlbPat Pinney, left, 725 Melrose street, and Harriet Hart, 812 Sunset drive, each 12 years of age and pupils in seventh grade at Morton Junior High school. Taken by Herald photographer Nov. 10, 1948 at Main and Mill streets and shows girls looking at newly erected Christmas decorations.
ark:/16417/th71k3d0lb6s5Pat Pinney, left, 725 Melrose street, and Harriet Hart, 812 Sunset drive, each 12 years of age and pupils in seventh grade at Morton Junior High school. Taken by Herald photographer Nov. 10, 1948 at Main and Mill streets and shows girls looking at newly erected Christmas decorations.
ark:/16417/th713pmv7m837Phillip Gault sniffing zinnias growing from hole in pavement on Mill street.
ark:/16417/th715wxb8cqskScenes at the Moose Lodge Easter Egg hunt at Woodland Park. Joyce Louise Jelf, 352 South Mill street, winner of bicycle with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Jelf.
ark:/16417/th7c0pd38vgqqSeries on Lexington landmarks. Rokeby Hall, 314 South Mill street.
ark:/16417/th718c034mgh6The old Dudley School property, on the northeast corner of Mill and Maxwell streets, was sold at public auction by the city board of education. The structure was built in 1881. January 22, 1941.