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    • J.T.S. Brown Distillery.

    • J.T.S. Brown Distillery.

    • Distilling industry; Buildings; Wooden buildings; Conveying systems; Vats; Swine

    • In this view of J.T.S. Brown and Sons Distillery, situated in the rolling hills of Mercer County, Kentucky, men stand on the roofs of two different stories. Several chutes convey material out of the building; one apparently carries mash by-product...
    • Hydroelectric plant, High Bridge, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Hydroelectric plant, High Bridge, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Hydraulic facilities; Dams; Buildings; Power plants; Rivers

    • Hydroelectric plant near High Bridge, Kentucky. View of building with smoke stack, foregrounded by generators and a chain link fence. Forested hills in the background. High Bridge runs between Jessamine and Mercer counties. The original bridge,...
    • Hydroelectric plant, High Bridge, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Hydroelectric plant, High Bridge, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Hydraulic facilities; Dams; Buildings; Power plants; Rivers

    • Hydroelectric plant near High Bridge, Kentucky. View from a distance of building with three smoke stacks and a large vent sloping down to a smaller building, past a tower. In the distance is a forested area, and in the foreground is a stream and...
    • Robert Cochran.

    • Robert Cochran.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Robert Armstrong Cochran was born in 1822, on French Creek, in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. When he was three years of age his parents moved to Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He acquired his education in that part of Western Pennsylvania and at the...
    • United States of America.

    • United States of America.

    • Maps

    • Map of eastern North America includes states, territories, rivers, cities and mountain ranges. Kentucky is shown as the western part of Virginia and there are seven county names printed in the Kentucky area: Fayette, Madison, Lincoln, Jefferson,...
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