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    • 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...
    • Edgewood, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Dwellings; Houses; Trees; Lawns
    • A two-story house with a large front porch sits behind several large trees. Built around 1855, the house was originally called "Sunnyside." It was renamed "Edgewood" by the Craig family around the time of the Civil War. Mrs. Craig and three of her...
    • Esmerelda.

    • Tableaux; Women; Gardens; Fairy tales; Fictitious characters; Roses; Dresses
    • This tableau is described by fictional character Katie Marks, who was based on photographer Kate Matthews, in Chapter V of 'The Little Colonel's Knight Comes Riding" (1907): "'It is to illustrate a fairy-tale. . .When naughty Esmerelda runs away...
    • Old colonel.

    • Men; Historic buildings; Porches; Military officers; War casualties; People with disabilities
    • Colonel George Washington Weissinger, Jr., real-life model for the character Colonel Sherman in the Little Colonel books written by Annie Fellows Johnston, sits on the porch of The Locust in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. The house, which is on the...

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