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ark:/16417/th7v0bsgnbc7f 741 Lynn drive. March 1952.Image
ark:/16417/th7wrtwnb9qfl Bernard Santen secretary of Claiborne Stud Farm pictured separately with other secretaries of Blue Grass Horse Farms.Image
ark:/16417/th77zdlwcf0lg Community Concert Association plans first unlimited membership drive. Portrait of Jascha Heifetz and William Kapell. Copy Negative.Image
ark:/16417/th7129p8k0dvg Community Concert Association plans first unlimited membership drive. Portrait of Sir Thomas Beecham and James Melton. Copy Negative.Image
ark:/16417/th7brv3r8j2mb Four-H Club meeting. Care of sewing machine. Miss Judy Newman, demonstrator. Standing, Miss Carole Hughes, Miss Erolyn Ecklar, Miss Alice Stivers and Miss Lois Faye Palmer.Image
ark:/16417/th71nxxtq41hf Miss Aline Ligibel, 25,a native of France, just before her marriage to retired Lexington newspaperman, Eljiah Harrison, 76.Image
ark:/16417/th75fgng9g5q9 Modern Homes section. Home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brock, 1629 Ashwood drive, used on cover of Modern Homes edition.Image
ark:/16417/th71lbm5xqggm S. S. Elam, accused of setting off fireworks, in courtroom.
ark:/16417/th7v1z98pct72 Stone house at 183 Jesselin road.Image
ark:/16417/th7pl3fk1dx4l Stone house on Lakewood drive.Image
ark:/16417/th71dg1tfz2qs "The Great Lexington Trots" image of the parade to the post on the Red Mile.Image
ark:/16417/th715jmpfm009 "The Great Lexington Trots" with bearded Trots fan.Image
ark:/16417/th7h55pwxjcjz "The Great Lexington Trots" with men seated on fence.Image
ark:/16417/th71284ltl8zh "The Great Lexington Trots" with women pictured sitting on stools.Image
ark:/16417/th74b587dnjp4 Truck, property of Jerry Fightmaster, hit by car on North Broadway. Image
ark:/16417/th7nzl5ftf081(Left to Right) Mrs. Pace, John Sherman Cooper and State Representative Leslie Gay of Somerset. March 1952.Image
ark:/16417/th77210lv5glb$100,000 fire hits Monterey, Owen county. Jesse Honaker, owner of a poolroom destroyed in the blaze, salvages a chair.Image
ark:/16417/th7nz3qmzg0q4$100,000 fire hits Monterey, Owen county. Photo shows a billiard hall (left); a feed store, post office, and funeral home (center); and a residence (right) ablaze. Photo also shows the corner of a billiard table and general refuse all around.Image
ark:/16417/th71pzdqsw3wg$100,000 fire hits Monterey, Owen county. Photo shows smoking, smoldering front of gutted post office.Image
ark:/16417/th7180ghq84rq$20,000 blaze hits building of Central Kentucky Supply Company, located in rear of Perry Lumber Company, 246 Walton Avenue.
ark:/16417/th7p60ml9qxrs1 to r, seated. Mrs. D. Y. Dunn and Mrs. Melbourne Mills. Standing, H. L. Davis, principal of Lafayette High school, and Mr. Dunn at the Fayette County Teachers Association banquet.
ark:/16417/th7h7m2kbrm6n10 to 11-year-old class at the Herald-Leader Free Learn-to-Swim Course at Joyland.
ark:/16417/th7q4484qtgxv103-year-old tombstone found when workmen prepare to lay new sidewalk in front of John's Pool Room 426 West Main Street. John Chalkas, right, pool room owner. The stone bears the name of Thomas W. Hawkins.
ark:/16417/th71b19701rdd103-year-old tombstone found when workmen prepare to lay new sidewalk in front of John's Pool Room 426 West Main Street. John Chalkas, right, pool room owner. The stone bears the name of Thomas W. Hawkins. June, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71kdgcd0gqr116 Girl Scouts attend Day camp at Hamburg place. Seated, Mrs. Herbert Green, camp registration chairman; Mrs. H.H. Hauge, camp chairman; Mrs. W.S. Curd, site chairman. Standing, Miss Franchon Hamilton, New York, national Girl Scout camp director, Mrs. Paul Little, Lexington, Girl Scout commissioner, and Miss Betty Beaty, Lexington, Girl Scout executive secretary.
ark:/16417/th713p6mnf0mp116 Girl Scouts attend Day camp at Hamburg place. Shot of flag being lowered at 4 pm.
ark:/16417/th71nds49mbcp116 Girl Scouts attend Day camp at Hamburg place. Shot of girls getting in wagon for return to Lexington.
ark:/16417/th71p4xkjs3t812 to 17-year-old class at the Herald-Leader Free Learn-to-Swim Course at Joyland.
ark:/16417/th78kzcptlsq11200 gallon 1940 model County Fire Dept. tanker/fire truck out of commission. Photo shows tanker with open engine compartment.Image
ark:/16417/th7b05msdtz901947 meeting of YMCA Youth and Government Council at Frankfort. David Figert of Lexington.
ark:/16417/th716bhvx2t0g1947 meeting of YMCA Youth and Government Council at Frankfort. David Figert of Lexington. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7kv4z2r4nzq1947 meeting of YMCA Youth and Government Council at Frankfort. Irvine Scrivner, in governor's chair.
ark:/16417/th71l91m7tcq51947 meeting of YMCA Youth and Government Council at Frankfort. Temple Cole of Mount Sterling and Gibson Downing of Lexington.
ark:/16417/th7kqhj77l0w91947 meeting of YMCA Youth and Government Council at Frankfort. Temple Cole of Mount Sterling. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th727qss7cxrq1949 was year of expansion for churches. Another exterior view of Pisgah Presbyterian church. January 1950.Image
ark:/16417/th75wb3rvkc9c1949 was year of expansion for churches. Exterior view of Pisgah Presbyterian church on the Pisgah road in Woodford county.Image
ark:/16417/th7l2m53rcznr1949 was year of expansion for churches. The Trinity Baptist church uses a quonset hut on the Winchester pike and was erected in 1948.Image
ark:/16417/th71936pnbtcd1951 Golden Gloves. Archie Wars, lightweight member of the Richmond team.Image
ark:/16417/th71b03rjztnq36th annual Farm and Home Convention. Guest at a tea party given at Maxwell Pace by President and Mrs. Herman Lee Donovan. Pictured with the host (left to right) are Harry F. Walters of Shelbyville, state commissioner of agriculture, and Mrs. Walters; Mrs. W. K. Morris of Hopkinsville, president of the Kentucky Federation of Homemakers; Miss Myrtle Weldon, head of the home demonstration work at the University, and Dean Thomas Cooper, of the College of AgricultureImage
ark:/16417/th716j09pnns34-H champion Dairy Judging Team from Owenton. Left to right, Kenneth Franks, Wallace Montague, and H. L. Ayres, Jr. September, 1946.
ark:/16417/th713k8lprkzz4-H Club Achievement Day program luncheon, sponsored by the Herald-Leader.
ark:/16417/th71mp78znpld4-H Club members leave for Camp Bingham. Miss Jean Amis, left, calls the roll.Image
ark:/16417/th7zgwnkgf5ft4-H Club members model "Fashion at the Bat" styles at a fashion show at the University of Kentucky (UK) Home Economics building. Shown, left to right, are Margaret Thomas, Anne Whittaker, 4-H field agent Miss Margaret Gulley, Pat Carringer, Betty Walker, Annette Allen, and Nancy Lickert.Image
ark:/16417/th71f27ssqs4x4-H Club Style Show preparations. Louise Antle and wool suit she will enter in Four-H Club Style Show
ark:/16417/th7zmhrxzlfzl4-H Club Style Show preparations. Nancy Guilfoil and dressing table being readied.
ark:/16417/th717w68qm67t4-H Club Style Show preparations. Nancy Guilfoil and dressing table being readied.
ark:/16417/th71kgncdjq514-H fat lamb show at Blue Grass Stockyards. Right, Carlisle Besuden, Winchester, with champion fat lamb. Left, Boswell Long, Fayette, second place winner. June 18, 1949
ark:/16417/th715vpcr44xk43rd District basketball tournament; Henry Clay versus Nicholasville in play-off. March 1952.Image
ark:/16417/th732kdfqtvnx605 Chinoe road.Image
ark:/16417/th71g16jcl5fq8 to 9-year-old class at the Herald-Leader Free Learn-to-Swim Course at Joyland.
ark:/16417/th73mpc57b3jn89 year old African-American physician retires. Portrait of Dr. J.E. Hunter seated in a chair, holding a book.Image
ark:/16417/th71mhv08khddA 128-foot television tower, constructed by the Preston Price Television Corporation, was erected on the farm of W. Roger Springate on Athens-Walnut Hill Road.Image