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  • Title: Tuliphurst
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    • 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...
    • 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.

    • 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....
    • Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Historic buildings
    • Vertically ribbed white house in Pewee Valley, Kentucky, with wood lacework hanging from the roof, amid large trees. The basic structure of Tuliphurst, a historic home in Pewee Valley, Kentucky, now on the National Register of Historic Places, was...
    • Garden at Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Gardens; Trellises; Roses; Lilies; Gazebos; Landscape architecture facilities; Outdoor furniture
    • Beds of lilies line both sides of a walkway leading to a rose-covered trellis arch, or perhaps gazebo on the grounds of Tuliphurst, an estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. Below the roses sits a stone table or birdbath and two rustic wooden chairs. A...
    • Garden at Tuliphurst, Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

    • Gardens; Trellises; Roses; Lilies; Gazebos; Landscape architecture facilities; Outdoor furniture
    • Beds of lilies line both sides of a walkway leading to a rose-covered trellis arch, or perhaps gazebo on the grounds of Tuliphurst, an estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. Below the roses sits a stone table or birdbath and cast-iron garden benches. A...
    • 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...

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