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    • Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Driveways; Trees
    • A driveway leads to historic Tuliphurst in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (registered as a national historical place, NHRP Bldg. #89001979). The basic structure of the white frame house was built around 1854 by Noble Butler. Woodford H. Dulaney added the...
    • Tuliphurst gateway.

    • Gates; Driveways; Masonry
    • A large wrought iron gate is framed by two brick columns at the entrance to Tuliphurst, an historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (NHRP Bldg. #89001979). Handwritten on album page by photographer Kate Matthews: "'Tuliphurst' gateway". Inscriptions...
    • Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Driveways; Trees
    • A driveway leads to Tuliphurst, a white frame house with dark shutters. The basic structure of Tuliphurst, a historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (registered as a national historic place, NHRP Bldg. #89001979), was built around 1854 by Noble...
    • Locust, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Estates; Dwellings; Houses; Historic buildings
    • Locust, an actual estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky was the fictional home of both the Old Colonel and the title character in the Little Colonel book series written by Annie Fellows Johnston. Main sections of the house are believed to have been...
    • Tuliphurst.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Wooden buildings; Historic buildings; Driveways; Trees
    • Tuliphurst, a white frame house with dark shutters, is an historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (NHRP Bldg. #89001979). The basic structure was built around 1854 by Noble Butler. Woodford H. Dulaney added the Gothic Revival front wing in 1865....
    • St. James Church, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Sheep; Trees; Churches; Steeples; Episcopal churches; Historic buildings
    • Sheep graze in a clearing next to St. James Episcopal Church in Pewee Valley, Kentucky (registered as a national historical place, NHRP Bldg. #85003072). The stone church can be seen through the trees. Photographer Kate Matthews' signature is on...

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