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    • 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...
    • Chestnut and 7th Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Churches; Automobile repair; Street railroad tracks; Cobblestone streets
    • Northeast corner of Seventh and Chestnut streets shows the J.M. Weaver Memorial Baptist Church. The church began as a mission of Walnut Street Baptist Church. Organized March 12, 1854 as the Jefferson Street Baptist Church. From 1867-1913, the name...
    • Chestnut and 7th Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Churches; Automobile repair; Street railroad tracks; Cobblestone streets
    • Northeast corner of Seventh and Chestnut streets shows the J.M. Weaver Memorial Baptist Church. The church began as a mission of Walnut Street Baptist Church. Organized March 12, 1854 as the Jefferson Street Baptist Church. From 1867-1913, the name...
    • 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, 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.

    • 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....
    • Sunnyside, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Historic buildings; Dwellings; Houses
    • Address 3020 Poppy Way. The application on the National Register of Historic Places-Inventory Form notes, ""Sunnyside is one of Louisville's few rural estate homes from the mid-nineteenth century to survive twentieth-century subdivision...
    • A.M.J. Cochran.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Andrew McDonnell January Cochran was born in Maysville, Kentucky, in 1854. He attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, where he graduated in 1873. He then pursued his law studies at Harvard University, where he graduated LL.B. in 1877. He was...
    • Thos. R. Gordon.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Thomas R. Gordon was born in 1854 in Owingsville, Kentucky. In 1890 he joined with University of Louisville graduate John C. Strother , a Trimble County native, to form the extremely successful partnership, Strother & Gordon. The firm had among...
    • William Lindsay.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • William Lindsay was born 1835 in Virginia. He settled in Clinton in Hickman County, Kentucky, in 1854, was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Clinton in 1858. Served as judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals 1870-1878 and as chief...
    • M. Conyers Johnson.

    • Lawyers; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits
    • Madison Conyers Johnson was born September 21, 1806 in Fayette County, Kentucky to one of the states pioneer families. His grandfather, Robert Johnson, represented the District of Kentucky in the Virginia Assembly in 1782 and was a member of the...
    • Jno. H. McHenry.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Judges; Portraits
    • John Hardin McHenry was born near Springfield, Washington County, Kentucky, in 1797. He was tutored privately, read law and was admitted to the bar in 1818, starting his practice in Leitchfield, Kentucky, where he also acted as postmaster. He was...
    • E.P. Campbell.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Edward P. Campbell was born in Caldwell County, Kentucky, in 1832. He was reared on a farm and attended Cumberland College, graduating in 1854. In 1855, he read law under Judge George B. Cook, of Princeton, Kentucky, and in 1856, was admitted to...
    • Jos. T. Tucker.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Joseph T. Tucker was born in Marlboro, Vermont, in 1835. He went to Kentucky in 1854 and settled in Winchester, Kentucky During the Civil War, he was made lieutenant-colonel of the Confederate 7th Kentucky Cavalry, and later was promoted to colonel...
    • W. A. Sudduth.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Watson A. Sudduth was born in Bath County, Kentucky in 1854. He graduated from Centre College, Danville, Kentucky, in 1874, read law in the office of Andrews & Sudduth, and was admitted to practice in 1876. He grew a successful practice in...
    • Water Works.

    • Louisville Water Company (Louisville, Ky.); Pumping stations; Smokestacks; Engravings
    • Engraving of Water Works Tower in Louisville, Kentucky. Written on bottom of mounted print: "R.G. Potter Collection; Water Works; The Louisville Water Co. was granted a charter by state legislature in 1854 as a private corp. Capital of 1 million...

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