Special Collections & Archives: Coleman Scrapbooks: Scrapbook Index

This guide serves as a browsable index to the Coleman Scrapbooks.

A

Subject Volume Page Description
Ada Meade Theatre 26 90 History of;  (Razed May, 1954)
Adair, John, Gov. 09 68 Sheriff's certificate, original;
Adair, John, Gov. 12 79 Original certificate;
Adair, John, Gov. 14 57 J. P. cerificate, signature;
Adams Express Company 12 10 original expressway - bill, 1855.
Adams, Julius W. 13 58 2 checks to Adams, for work;
Adams, Julius W. 18 54 Architect for Henry Clay monument; (power of attorney to T. Lewinski)
Airdrie Iron Furnace 28 36, 37 Story about, with pictures, etc; (in Muhlenberg County)
Alleghan Hall 05 107 on Nicholasville Pike;  Burt home;
Allen, James Lane 02 39 "Subject of new book"; [Townsend]
Allen, James Lane 12 28, 29 Article on; Community News;
Allen, James Lane 12 71 Story of; with King Solomon;
Allen, James Lane 13 88 Fountain, in Gratz Park, etc; [Lexington Landmarks]
Allen, James Lane 16 63 Original letter, to Mrs. Helm;
Allen, James Lane 20 16, 17 Monument dedicated, picture of;
Allen, James Lane 20 68, 69 100th aniversary birth, story, picture;
Allen, James Lane 32 19, 20, 21, 22 Patron Saint of Ky. Boosters;
America Moves West 03 26, 27, 28 3 pioneer accounts and travel stories;
American Antiquarian Society 30 19 (Elected a member, October 15, 1952)  Worcester, Massachusetts;
Anchor and Hope Farm (Payne) 25 33 Old Edward Payne farm, on Hillenmeyer property, near Sandersville & Greendale Pikes, Home of my great-great grandfather, Edward Payne.
Anderson, F. Paul 05 68, 69 Dean, College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, obituary, sketch, etc;
Anderson, Richard Clough, Lt. Col. 14 51 Portrait presented to Lexington lodge of Freemasons, 1946;
Antiques in Kentucky 18 50, 51 Story of, with number of pictures.
Apostolic Times 02 46 Religious paper in Lexington in 1875's advertisements from, etc.;
Architects, early 07 49 Some early Lexington architects, etc;
Architecture 16 90, 91, 92, 93 Kentucky's Architectural Firsts" by Clay Lancaster;
Artists, noted 01 32 Story of and about;
Artists, noted 07 75 Who played in Lexington;
Asbury College 03 51 View of building; short history;
Ashland 01 121 See under Henry Clay;
Ashland 01 132 Home of Henry Clay, history, etc., (by Mrs. E. Simpson);
Ashland 11 110 See under Henry Clay;
Ashland 12 34, 35 Dedicated as a National Shrine [April 12, 1950];
Ashland 19 56 Dedicated as a National Shrine [April 12, 1950];
Ashland Quick Step 13 54 Song, with Transylvania University in background;
Atchison, David 09 12 Short account of.
Atchison, David 16 6 Fayette man; President of United States for one day; sketch, etc.;
Atchison, David 17 108 Fayette man; President of United States for one day; sketch, etc.;
Athens Christian Church 22 107 At Athens, in Fayette County;
Automobiles 03 12 And dealers, early in Lexington (Thos. B. Dewhurst, Ora Updike)
Aylesford 09 78 Picture, with short account;
Aylesford 17 35 Old Robert Alexander home; St. Joseph hospital; Alford, etc; history of; [owned by Miss Iva Dagley];

B

Subject Volume Page Description
Ball, Grand Inauguration 06 50 Original invitation; August 1859 [in Frankfort, Kentucky];
Banks & Banking in Lexington 22 70 Article by C. R. Staples;
Banks, early 01 32 First in Lexington, 1801;
Banks, early 07 52 Bank of Louisville, notes.
Banks, early 07 95 Bank of Louisville, notes [1843];
Banks, early 11 68 Ten banks here in 1888;
Bardstown Cathedral 29 3 "Art Theft raises Question of Value" (from: Detroit News, December 8, 1952.); Paintings in St. Joseph's Cathedral, etc.
Bardstown Cathedral 30 23, 24 Story of recovery of paintings, etc.;
Barker, William 11 17, 18 Hanging of from courthouse window, July 10, 1858.;
Barker, William 15 81 Short sketch, my own (C-J);
Barker, William 20 46 Same account, my own (C-J);
Barker, William 33 32, 33 Lexington as a "Day of Violence."  Story of the hanging of Barker (same article - mine);
Barker, William 36 3, 4 Lexington as a "Day of Violence."  Story of the hanging of Barker (same article - mine);
Barlow, Milton 30 56 Marriage license (to Anastasia Thompson, May 19, 1846.);
Barlow, Thomas H. (Lexington Inventor) 01 92 Picture with grandson;
Barlow, Thomas H. (Lexington Inventor) 02 83 Picture with grandson;
Barlow, Thomas H. (Lexington Inventor) 02 75 Makes first rifled cannon, etc;
Barlow, Thomas H. (Lexington Inventor) 02 82 Barlow's planetarium, at Sayre;
Barlow, Thomas H. (Lexington Inventor) 10 18 Story of his life and his planetariums, etc;
Barracks, the Old 29 11 [In Frankfort]
Barrow Unit #40 39 6, 7, 8 (Medical Unit from Lexington, in World War I, organized by Dr. David Barrow; personnel, etc.);
Barry, William T., monument 01 10 Account of, etc.;
Barry, William T., monument 08 42 Article on Barry, by me;
Barry, William T., monument 12 62 Original photograph; removed 1898;
Barry, William T., monument 14 17 Advertisement, as lawyer, 1817;
Barry, William T., monument 20 86, 87 Life story, with pictures, etc. (my account of Barry);
Barry, William T., monument 27 11, 12, 13, 14 Life story, with pictures, monument (in Kentucky magazine, Spring 1943);
Barry, William T., monument 34 92, 93 Inscription (4 sides) on Monument;
Bartlett, W. F. V., Rev. 06 24 Likeness of;
Bates, Martin V. B., Capt. 10 110 Largest man ever from Kentcky, etc.;
Bates, Martin V. B., Capt. 13 6 Mention by Jay Jay, etc.;
Bates, Martin V. B., Capt. 22 108 Mentioned in article;
Bates, Martin V. B., Capt. 25 42, 43 "The Kentucky Giant," Story and Picture;
Bates, Martin V. B., Capt. 27 59 Life story and picture of;
Battleship "KENTUCKY" 28 96, 97 (Views of old ship & keel for new one - not finished);
Beard, Joseph 11 17, 18 Killed by Wm. Barker, on July 10th, 1858 - lynching of Barker;
Beard, Joseph 11 22 Funeral Notice of Joseph Beard; (Beard was buried in Lexington Cemetery, Section F, Lot 12.  Born:  August 15, 1812.  Died:  July 10, 1858.);
Beard, Joseph 15 81 Story from Courier-Journal;
Beard, Joseph 20 46 My Story
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 17 70 Floor plan of Sharp house;
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 17 70 Beauchamp's Trial (booklet) [facsimile, title page];
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 18 16 In Frankfort, November 1825;
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 18 45 Joel Scott house, view;
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 18 88, 89 Beauchamp document and 2 signatures;
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 19 B[ack] cover Snap-shot of Beauchamp & wife's double grave;
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 19 65 Review of my book (Jay Jay);
Beauchamp - Sharp Tragedy 23 11, 12 "Beauchamp's Trial" from (Kentucky Whig, June 1, 1826.);
Beauchamp's Confession 23 23 Photostat of original edition (1826) [with copyright notice];
Beck House 12 84 On East High Street, History of; (Jas. B. Beck house);
Beck House 13 105 "Beck house is historic";
Beck's Boarding School, Lexington 25 45 Broadside and note to Henry Clay;
Beer 05 94 Legalized beer returns;
Beer 05 98, 99 Returns after prohibition;
Belair 02 55 L. Combs residence, Fayette County;
Bellefonte Furnace 19 74 History of (near Ashland);
Belli, John, Maj. 02 82 Soldier-pioneer; mystery of;
Bell's Tavern 24 24, 25 Near Glasgow Junction;
Belmont Iron Furnace 33 41 [In Bullitt County];
Berea Christian Church 19 17 In Fayette County, on Ironworks Pike; history and view;
Bernstadt, Colony of 33 54, 55 (A bit of Switzerland, Laurel County);
Bethel College 05 28 Unites with Georgetown College;
Big Bone Lick 23 71 History and sketch of;
Big Bone Lick 28 12, 13, 14, 15 History of, with pictures (C-J July 13, 1952.);
Big Bone Lick n/a n/a In Historic Kentucky series.
Bird, Henry, Capt. 10 52, 53, 54 Invasion of Kentucky, in June 1780.  [from Falmouth Outlook];
Bird, Henry, Capt. 14 80 See my sketch - Ruddell's Station;
Bird, Henry, Capt. 16 64, 65 British Cannon in Kentucky (C-J) (from my pamphlet);
Bird, Henry, Capt. n/a n/a Also listed as Col. Byrd;
Birds in Kentucky 06 38 269 Species recorded, etc.;
Bishop, Ella - Camp 34 31 Civil War camp, Lexington;
Bishop, Ella - Camp 34 31 (Civil War Camp, Lexington) Picture and sketch;
Black Bess" - horse 12 26, 27 General J. H. Morgan's war horse;
Blackburn, Luke, Dr. 12 52 Governor of Kentucky & physician;
Blackburn, Luke, Dr. 29 15, 16 Story of; cholera, etc. (By Mrs. Darnell);
Blanchard, Asa 08 3 Lexington silversmith; story of and picture of cups, etc.;
Bloody Monday, in Louisville 10 106 Account of in 1855.
Bloody Monday, in Louisville 27 91, 92, 93, 94 Good account of the riot, August 6, 1855 (Courier-Journal);
Blue Grass Blade 10 73, 74, 75 Local paper by C. C. Moore
Blue Grass Fair Association 06 101 Stock certificate, 3 shares;
Blue Lick Springs 03 85 View of Blue Lick springs, etc.; (old woodcut-springs).
Blue Lick Springs 03 85 Group picture at; 1932;
Blue Lick Springs 07 58 In Nicholas County, etc.;
Blue Licks, battle of 01 22 History, etc.;
Blue Licks, battle of 03 61 Battle, described by Cotterill;
Blue Licks, battle of 03 86, 87, 88 150th celebration; snap-shots & newspaper stories about;
Bluegrass (area) 03 120, 121 Historic points of interest in, etc.;
Bluegrass seed 03 50 Sketch of the industry; history;
Bluegrass seed 03 60 View; harvesting, sketch, etc.;
Boats, packets, etc. 28 61, 62, 63, 64 Story of, with pictures;
Bodley, Temple 06 11 Kentucky historian, obituary;
Bolivar St. Graveyard 18 19, 20 Account of; John Maxwell, senior;
Boone, Camp 09 11 Civil War camp, Louisville; with view; Leslie's paper;
Boone, Daniel 01 12 Story about, from Niles Register;
Boone, Daniel 01 29, 30, 31 "The Real Daniel Boone";
Boone, Daniel 01 64 Sketch and letter from Niles Register, 1816;
Boone, Daniel 09 39, 40, 41 Daniel Boone cabin, Nicholas County;
Boone, Daniel 13 6 Story of Boone cabin (Nicholas County);
Boone, Daniel 13 61 Boone cabin, Nicholas County;
Boone, Daniel 15 10 Boone's view of Kentucky; Pilot Knob;
Boone, Daniel 17 8 Chester Harding portrait, etc;
Boone, Daniel 18 90 Cabin - restoration & picture [by Dr. Asbury];
Boone, Daniel 20 92 Programme - burial in Frankfort (September 12, 1845);
Boone, Daniel (horse) 12 25 Famous Kentucky race-horse, etc.;
Boone, Squire 03 58 Stone in Richmond court-horse yard, with inscription, etc.;
Boonesborough 01 13 Ferry; history and closing;
Boonesborough 02 13 Tablet erected at Boonesborough;
Boonesborough 02 34 The Booneborough Convention;
Boonesborough 03 43 Drawing of the fort, etc.;
Boonesborough 05 87 History of pioneer settlement on Kentucky river; from Lexington Transcript, 1889;
Boonesborough 06 90 View of old river ferry; bridge;
Boonesborough 16 43 History of ferry, by Polk;
Boss, Old (Negro rag-picker) 33 22 (Nancy Anderson)
Botherum (Todd House) 01 4 History of old house;
Botherum (Todd House) 19 3 Old M. C. Johnson place; [Lexington Landmarks];
Botherum (Todd House) 29 62, 63 History of house, with 2 views;
Bourbon Academy 03 100 Short history of;
Bourbon Academy 09 65 Established in 1799; story about (in Bourbon County);
Bourbon County 12 17 Early Courts, where held, etc.;
Bourbon Furnace 35 12, 13 The Bourbon Furnace, (Young) (Tri-Weeky Kentucky Yeoman) Frankfort, Kentucky
Boyd, Robert S. 15 26 First burial in Lexington Cemetery (buried June 17, 1849);
Bracken County 16 16 History of, with view of Augusta College, etc.;
Bradford, Daniel, house 06 56 Chas. R. Staples born here;  Democratic rooster here; document with signature of;
Bradford, Daniel, house 09 14 South Broadway & High streets, Lexington;
Bradford, John 03 122 His house, "Lindenhouse" 3rd Street;
Bradford, John 06 56 Document with signature;
Bradford, John 08 54, 55, 56 Long article, by Staples (Same as above)
Bradford, John 09 71 "First editor seeks title to Lexington";
Bradford, John 09 81 signature, as jury foreman, 1807;
Bradford, John 10 43 Account, with Kentucky Gazette;
Bradford, John 10 44 Death notice [died March 21, 1830];
Bradford, John 12 83 First printer in Ketucky;
Bradford, John 15 61-69 "John Bradford and Kentucky Gazette" by me (Ind. Quarterly);
Bradford, John 16 26, 27 "John Bradford and the Kentucky Gazette" (in Falmouth Outlook);
Bradford, John 20 71 Bradford & Transylvania University;
Bradford, John 20 57 Bradford, John, Mrs.;
Bradford, John 20 4, 5, 6, 7 Long article, by Staples;
Bradford, John 24 5 Affidavit  - "Stone in Bladder";
Bradford, Simon 20 83 Apprentice bond to Asa Blanchard to learn silversmith business (son of Fielding Bradford);
Bradley, O. L., residence 15 31 At Second and Upper (now Lexington clinic); picture and short sketch;
Bradley, William O., Gov. 09 32 "The Man that Broke the Solid South" (Illustrated American, 1895);
Breazing (Brezing), Belle, Mde. (Madam) 08 10, 11, 12 Famous "Madam" of Lexington, story about; obituary, etc. (Died Sunday, August 11, 1940); pictures at sale;
Breazing (Brezing), Belle, Mde. (Madam) 08 43 Picture of, and short notice;  Died - Sunday Aug. 11, 1940.
Breckinridge home (Angliana Avenue) 12 70 Home of Menefee, Breckinrige, Huston, Molloy, etc (as being razed, May 1944);
Breckinridge, John C. 16 12 Notice of; statue.
Breckinridge, John C. 16 21 Notice of;
Breckinridge, John C. 19 23 Vice-President at 35, etc.;
Breckinridge, Robert J. 06 59 Deed of slave emancipation, 1850;
Breckinridge, Robert J. 06 64 Minister's bond, Fayette County [July 10, 1848];
Breckinridge, Robert J. 19 18 Pledge $300 to Clay Monument Association;
Brenner, Carl 31 34, 35 Kentucky Artist of 1870s & 1880s;
Bright's Inn 01 9, 10 Story of, with picture;
Bright's Inn 05 126 (couldn't locate on page) About to be sold, etc.;
Bright's Inn 07 65 History of; in Lincoln County;
Broadsides 06 78 "How to reach Lexington, Kentucky" (1800);
Broadsides 10 65 Military (Regimental) muster;
Broadsides 18 54 Military discharge (R. M. Johnson);
Broadway Christian Church 11 66, 67 75th year history, etc.;
Brower's Corner 12 59 Newspaper picture, etc.;
Brown, John Young, Gov. 06 102 Commission, with signature;
Brown, William 23 73 (Hung in Morgan County, for killing a peddler);
Bruen, James 02 32 Adv. of machinery and blacksmith shop;
Bryan Station 02 41 Bryan Station myth exploded, story by R. S. Cotterill;
Bryan Station 03 73 "Battle of Bryan Station," etc.;
Bryan Station 03 89 Account of the seige, attack;
Bryan Station 03 90 "History of Bryan Station" [from Kentuckian Cit. August 1932];
Bryan Station 09 15 Account of siege, 166 years ago (with unknown map);
Bryan Station 13 85 Monument at the spring, history;
Bryan Station 32 1, 2 Story of the Bryan Station House;
Bryan, Goodwin & Hunt, building 09 88 On site of Wolf, Wile Co. (burned December 14, 1921);
Bryan, Joseph, Dr. 06 36, 37 Obituary; medical bills; check to; etc.;
Bryan, William S. 05 120 Mss. expense account for searching for runaway slave Peter;
Buckner, Simeon B., General 18 46, 47 Article on and portrait.
Buena Vista 02 98 Old Todd home, in Franklin County [Robert S. Todd country home], here he died, of cholera, 1849;
Builders of Lexington 02 1-34 Series of 14 articles of the history of Lexington, by J. W. Norwood, from the beginning to 1912;
Bullittsburg Baptist Church 01 38 In Boone County, history of [erected in 1797];
Bullittsburg Baptist Church 24 91 History and sketch of;
Bullock residence 01 3 Second and Market, history of;
Burgin, Kentucky 01 3 How town received name, etc.;
Burk, Old 11 43 Friend of Govenor Shelby, story, etc.;
Burke, Sophie Lyons 19 24 Confidence operator; at Mount Sterling;
Burnt Tavern 03 75 View of, short history;
Burnt Tavern 07 81 View of, Garrard county
Burnt Tavern 33 17 History of, with picture (About to be torn down) (June 13, 1956);
Burnt Tavern 33 19 Story of, as being razed (June 24, 1956);

C

Subject Volume Page Description
Cakes and Ale Club 08 33 Gives dinner to founder, Judge S. M. Wilson;
Cakes and Ale Club 12 7 Program, 1932;
Calmes, Marquis, tomb 06 54 View and history of [C-J October 14, 1934];
Calmes, Marquis, tomb 11 40 Story of Marquis, his home and stone tomb in Woodford County;
Campbell County 13 34 history of; Newport, as early county seat, etc.
Campbell County 15 1 History of; Newport, as early county seat, etc;
Cane Run Baptist Church 19 87 In Fayette County, on Iron Works Pike, near Donerail;
Capitol Hotel, Frankfort 01 59 After the fire;  Cf:  Johnson for killings there;
Capitol, Old, at Frankfort 05 34 Description; history and letter from Shryock quoted;
Capitol, Old, at Frankfort 08 20 History and picture, from Evening Post, Philadelphia, January 18, 1834;
Cardome (Girls School) 33 48 Scott County - Pictures and short story about;
Carroll County 19 91 Historical sketch, etc.;
Carrollton, city of 27 42, 43, 44 History of, pictures;
Carson, Kit 18 43 Marker, sketch of;
Carter, Leslie, Mrs. 09 1, 2 Lexington-born actress; life story; with birthplace;
Carty Block 07 99 History of the Carty block in Lexington;
Cassidy, Duncan 02 40 Several articles, in November 1927, styled: "The History of Lexington";
Cassidy, Duncan 02 46 Two more articles from "The History of Lexington";
Cassidy, Duncan 03 17 Two more articles from "The History of Lexington";
Castleton 03 96 On Iron Works Pikes; history of;
Casto-Metcalfe Duel (1862) 19 50 Drawing and short account of [C-J Magazine section]
Casto-Metcalfe Duel (1862) 19 57, 58, 59 Photostats of the affray (Near Dover, Kentucky);
Census of 1810 05 40-49 Heads of Families in Fayette County, with slaves, etc;
Centenary Methodist Church - Church and Broadway 29 64, 65 History of, with 2 views (now abandoned 1955);
Central Christian Church 06 60 History, as by Dr. A. W. Fortune;
Central Christian Church 19 54 History of, Dr. Fortune
Central Christian Church 24 4 Story of its building, 1893 [from Kentucky Leader];
Central Reel House 13 107 On North Limestone, between Vine and High Streets, view about 1895;
Charless City Directory (1806) 03 39 Facsimile of title page of Lexington's first city directory
Chaumiere du Prairie 01 66 Account of Colonel David Meade and his estate, Jessamine County;
Chaumiere du Prairie 05 32 "Four U. S. Presidents entertained";
Chaumiere du Prairie 05 117 Short account and history of;
Chaumiere du Prairie 10 16 Account of the sale of;
Chaumiere du Prairie 15 8 Picture; short sketch, etc.;
Chaumiere du Prairie 18 56 History of estate, etc.;
Chaumiere du Prairie 19 29 Pretentious Home (history of estate, etc.);
Cheapside 01 59 Short historical sketch;
Cheapside 02 31C Sales on, court day, etc.;
Cheapside 05 31 Court-square in Lexington; view of;
Cheapside 05 32 History of;
Cheapside 06 95 Snap-shots views, 1921;
Cheapside 09 72 Cattle sale on, view, 1850's;
Cheapside 13 65 As a public square, etc. (history, J. L. Allen);
Cheapside 13 89 Newspaper view, in 1850's;
Cheapside 14 72, 73 Description of court-day, etc (with view about 1888);
Chenoweth Spring House 03 35 Site of the massacre, in 1789 [near Louisville];
Chenoweth Spring House 27 34, 35 Story of massacre;
Choctaw Indian Academy 05 90 Short account and history of;
Choctaw Indian Academy 07 56, 57 Colonel R. M. Johnson's Indian school at his farm in Scott County, etc.;
Choctaw Indian Academy 17 82, 83 Short history and views (My story);
Cholera epidemic 05 55 Described by Chambers, 100 years ago;
Cholera epidemic 05 88 Article on, by Joe Jordan, 1932;
Cholera epidemic 05 101 Broadside, by Dr. Daniel Drake
Christ Episcopal Church 07 68 Historical sketch, etc.;
Christ Episcopal Church 13 51 In Lexington; view and sketch;
Christ Episcopal Church 15 79 Early cost of construction, etc; with photostat of contract;
Cincinnati Southern 20 72, 73, 74, 75 History of railroad by Staples [part of C. N. O. & T. P.];
Cincinnati Southern 25 33 Historical sketch and record of;
Citizen, certificate 06 90 Certificate of citizenship, 1855 [in Harrison County, Kentucky];
Citizens Pact 15 50, 51 Citizens compact; division of lots, etc.; in early Lexington history;
City Hall 02 39 Records in cornerstone, 1927;
Civil War Round Table (Kentucky) 24 64 (formed:  November 19, 1953);
Civil War, in Lexington 06 70-76 "Lexington in the War" Ranck;
Civil War, in Lexington 07 5 48th Penn Regiment here;
Civil War, in Lexington 07 80 Veterans reminiscneces, etc.;
Civil War, in Lexington 07 2, 3, 4 Lexington during war (by self);
Civil War, in Lexington 16 28, 29 "Civil War days in Lexington";
Clark, George Rogers, General 11 111 House, Mulberry hill (view);
Clark, George Rogers, General 20 65 Buried at "Locust Grove", etc.;
Clark, James, Govenor 06 55 Certificate for J. P.; signature;
Clark, Thomas D. 10 37, 38 Rena Niles story of; caraciture;
Clark, Thomas D. 11 14 Article by;
Clark, Thomas D. 13 1 Snap-shot at picnic (May 1941);
Clay Seminary, program 07 52 In North Middletown, 1859;
Clay, Cassius M. 01 82 View of and Dora Clay, etc.;
Clay, Cassius M. 02 55 Advertises for wife, 1898;
Clay, Cassius M. 04 104, 105 Deed of Emancipation for 6 slaves, with certificiate;
Clay, Cassius M. 06 79 Marriage license, February, 1833;
Clay, Cassius M. 06 79 Letter for issuing of license from E. Warfield;
Clay, Cassius M. 15 17 "Clay's death told in story";
Clay, Cassius M. 16 42, 43 Article on True American, (Smiley);
Clay, Cassius M. 17 91 White Hall, story about;
Clay, Cassius M. 23 70, 71 True American account, etc.;
Clay, Cassius M. 24 3 "Clay's Bowie" by me in C-J;
Clay, Cassius M. 24 45 Original letter (Lexington 1854);
Clay, Cassius M. 24 57 Prospectus of his memoirs;
Clay, Cassius M. 28 65 Original letter and envelope, 1894;
Clay, Cassius M. 29 40-44 Life Story, (Sue Thierman);
Clay, Cassius M. 30 5 Deposition of Dr. Bullock;
Clay, Cassius M. 30 71 Broadside (welcome home Mexican War);
Clay, Cassius M. 31 37 Broadside, Sheep Sale 1885;
Clay, Cassius M. 32 39 Turner side of the fight at Foxtown
Clay, Henry 05 18 Leading events in life of;
Clay, Henry 05 77 Appeal bond, with signature;
Clay, Henry 05 117 Clay's funeral, by Reverend Pratt;
Clay, Henry 05 127 Tax bill, 1851, in Clay's writing (lists slaves, farms, etc.);
Clay, Henry 05 137 Letter, with signature; bond, etc.;
Clay, Henry 06 48 Private coach, 2 views; article;
Clay, Henry 06 60 Clay office torn down, 1934;
Clay, Henry 06 88 Old office razed;
Clay, Henry 07 6 Admitted to Fayette bar;
Clay, Henry 09 72 Law office on Short Street;
Clay, Henry 12 23 Member of Lexington Jockey club
Clay, Henry 13 29 Programme of funeral;?
Clay, Henry 13 56 Original letter, dated Ashland, 1840, to Thos. C. Patrick, etc.;
Clay, Henry 14 3 Henry Clay anecdotes, etc.;
Clay, Henry 14 54 Visit to Clay in 1846;
Clay, Henry 14 1, 2 Henry Clay's will;
Clay, Henry 15 32 Tavern bill at West Sulphur springs;
Clay, Henry 16 53 Programme of funeral;
Clay, Henry 19 42 Clay's will, how made, etc.;
Clay, Henry 19 62 Church membership, etc. [confirmation];
Clay, Henry 20 64 Clay's 4 Ginko trees;
Clay, Henry 23 40, 41 Henry Clay's Coach restored and now at Ashland (with picture of coach and Mrs. Seay);
Clay, Henry 23 6, 7, 8, 9 Henry Clay:  farmer and stockman (my documents in J:S:H);
Clay, Henry 24 28, 29 "Not for Publication" Clay letter, 1844;
Clay, Henry 24 34, 35 View of coffin, funeral, etc. (Gleasons Drawing Room Companion);
Clay, Henry 24 42, 43 Same story in Courier-Journal (my story).
Clay, Henry 24 58, 59 Henry Clay's private coach restored;
Clay, Henry 27 39 Henry Clay's mother keeps tavern, in Versailles, Kentucky
Clay, Henry 30 58, 59 "Entire Nation turned out to pay tribute to Henry Clay, etc." (death and funeral);
Clay, Henry 32 98, 99 Henry Clay Statue, Pottsville, Pennsylvania;
Clay, Henry - Monument 01 82 Cornerstone laid, July 4, 1857;
Clay, Henry - Monument 11 61 Contract to G. Bossi, Clay statue;
Clay, Henry - Monument 11 62 Checks & statement, A. Bullett, for Clay statue;
Clay, Henry - Monument 11 64 Henry Clay Monument at Lexington [from Harper's Weekly, July 4, 1857];
Clay, Henry - Monument 11 105 Subscription pledge to monument;
Clay, Henry - Monument 11 53 Contract for Clay statue (original mss);
Clay, Henry - Monument 12 56 Check to John Haly for final settlement of Clay monument $618.84 (original:  date January 7, 1862);
Clay, Henry - Monument 12 56 Final account of John Haly for building the Monument, cost $54,263.84
Clay, Henry - Monument 12 56 Check to John Haly for final settlement of Clay monument $618.84 (original:  date January 7, 1862);
Clay, Henry - Monument 13 7 Making 2nd Clay statue, 1909 (original photo);
Clay, Henry - Monument 13 86 Story and view of monument [Lexington landmark];
Clay, Henry - Monument 17 3 Original design (mausoleum) (Ballou's drawing room comp);
Clay, Henry (Ashland) 01 121 View of original building;
Clay, Henry (Ashland) 11 110 View of, ca. 1856;
Clay, Henry, Mrs. 20 28 Funeral notice (original);
Clay, Henry, Mrs. 20 29 Obituary (2);
Clay, Henry, Mrs. 27 39 Keeps tavern in Versailles, Kentucky;
Clay, Porter 17 46 Brother of Henry Clay; his shop, etc.; (from Lexington Landmarks);
Clay-Marshall Duel 34 16, 17 Original letter (January 19, 1809, date of duel);
Clay's Ferry bridge 10 35, 36 History and dedication;
Clay's Ferry bridge 18 15 History of and location (2 articles);
Clemens House 06 58 Famed hostelry, Danville;
Clinton College 27 30, 31 (History of Hickman County)
Clintonville, history of 01 36 Known as the "Stepps Cross Roads";
Clintonville, history of 12 17 History of churches, etc.;
Cobb, Irvin S. 03 101 Obituary from Christian Science Monitor, 1945;
Cobb, Irvin S. 07 13 Personal letter from;
Cobb, Irvin S. 11 48 Obituary, etc.;
Coffin, Levi and wife 02 50 as Underground Railroad agents;
Coldstream Farm 01 80 History of;
Cole Tavern 14 91, 92 Stood on Lexington-Leestown Pike);
Coleman family 02 14 Genealogy of, (Francis Smith);
Coleman family 02 104, 105 Obituaries of mother, father, and grandparents on both sides, etc.;
Coleman, David S. (grandfather) 06 94, 95 Sundry bills, executor's accounts;
Coleman, David S. (grandfather) 06 Back Cover Wedding invitation for daughter, (to William Gentry) 1869;
Coleman, Henry Chiles and George S. Coleman 05 65 Funeral notice (my uncle), 1860;
Coleman, Henry Chiles and George S. Coleman 05 Back Cover Funeral notice, George S. Coleman, 1878 (my uncle);
Coleman, John 06 18 Note and signature, Lexington December 1806, [great, great, great grandfather]
Coleman, John W. 02 106 Wedding invitation (May 20, 1897);
Coleman, John W. 06 23 Account of wedding to Mary Payne [A Beautiful Day] 1897;
Coleman, John W. 06 24 Original marriage license, 1897;
Coleman, John W. 10 71 Obituary; died July 28, 1929;
Coleman, John W. 12 66 My father, original photograph;
Coleman, John W. 13 7 Original photograph (ca. 1900?);
Coleman, John W. 16 12 Invitation to wedding, 1897;
Coleman, John W. 16 (?) 12 (?) Affidavit of, 1924;
Coleman, John W. (Woodford County) 22 ALL Records, bills, etc., as a hemp manufacturer, bagging, rope; during 1828-1832;  (most of this volume devoted to the records of this man--my great, great-grandfather;
Coleman, Samuel    "Pic Nic" 01 23 Broadside, 1865;
Coleman, Walter P. 11 82 Obituary of my brother from Sigma Nu magazine (The Delta);
Coleman, Walter P. 13 78 Obituary from Lexington Herald; (born:  January 15, 1900, in Lexington, Kentucky. Died:  August 22 ,1945 at Bon Air farm, on Newtown Pike, county.);
Coleman, Winston 09 69 Article by Robert L. Kincaid;
Coleman, Winston 09 102 Article by Fred G. Neuman;
Coleman, Winston 10 2 University of Kentucky Commencement, Litt. D.;
Coleman, Winston 10 39 Mentioned, Biblo Soc. of America;
Coleman, Winston 10 54 Coleman receives honorary degree;
Coleman, Winston 10 72 Coleman's Bibliography, etc;
Coleman, Winston 10 60, 61 Article on;
Coleman, Winston 10 60, 61 Rena Niles story about;
Coleman, Winston 12 59 Honorary degree, University of Kentucky;
Coleman, Winston 12 69 Mentioned in article, Clark;
Coleman, Winston 12 83 "Engineering Grad honored";
Coleman, Winston 13 38 Write-up, with photo (Kiwanian);
Coleman, Winston 13 66 Fred Neuman describes visit to;
Coleman, Winston 13 80 "Alumni notes"  Univeristy of Kentucky honorary degree;
Coleman, Winston 13 109 Elected President, Sons of Rev.;
Coleman, Winston 14 61 Trip on L & N Railroad, 1947;
Coleman, Winston 14 61 "Howdy Colonel!", etc;
Coleman, Winston 14 67 Certificate of marriage, etc.
Coleman, Winston 14 14, 15, 16 "Kentucky Colonel-New Vintage";
Coleman, Winston 14 59, 60 "History writer for Kentucky" by Rena Niles, in Courier-Journal, 1946;
Coleman, Winston 15 18 Gets degree from University of Kentucky (1947);
Coleman, Winston 15 21 Group at Indiana University, 1943;
Coleman, Winston 15 21 "Kudos" from The Delta, 1947;
Coleman, Winston 16 11 "Writers account of Civil War days";
Coleman, Winston 16 29 "Kudos" from The Delta;
Coleman, Winston 16 1, 2 Kentucky's covered bridges", etc.
Coleman, Winston 18 21 Receives Litt. D. degree from U. K., 1947;
Coleman, Winston 18 59 Courier-Journal story from "Stage-Coach Days";
Coleman, Winston 18 61, 62 Burgoo Making" -- my story;
Coleman, Winston 27 55 Birthplace, and sketch of;
College of Engineering (University of Kentucky) 23 67 Class of 1920 - Thirty Years later (Pictures in 1920 & in 1950 - same positions) (This is my class at Univeristy of Kentucky)
College of the Bible 15 9 History; account of moving from Transylvania University campus, etc;
College of the Bible 17 22, 23 History of; new building, etc;
Collins, Floyd 06 99 Notice of; trapped on January 30, 1925;
Collins, Floyd 18 17 Grave and history of;
Collins, Floyd 20 8 Account of the tragedy;
Collins, Floyd 22 73 Story about - 25 years later [from Courier-Journal];
Colonel's Commission 06 Back Cover Kentucky Colonel (own);
Colson-Scott Tragedy 19 61 Story of and history;
Columbus, Kentucky 18 39 Civil War Anchor & Chain;
Columbus, Kentucky 18 76 Columbus Academy (College);
Columbus, Kentucky 18 94 Town Laid off, etc.
Columbus, Kentucky 26 91, 92 County Seat of Jackson Purchase;
Combs, Franklin (monument) 10 72 Unusual description on this monument, killed by an assassin, etc.; in old Epis. Cemetery, East 3rd Street, (Son of General Leslie Combs);
Combs, Franklin (monument) 26 90 Story about and view of grave (from Lexington Herald, September 14, 1953);
Combs, Leslie, General 10 72 Son (Franklin) grave & unusual inscription - killed by assassin, etc.;
Combs, Leslie, General, house 15 30 Now stie of LaFayette hotel; also D. A. Loud residence;
Commercial College of Kentucky 13 109 At McAdams & Morford corner, etc.;
Confederate Government of Kentucky 24 39 Notes on;
Confederate States of America 05 16 History of the greal seal; its fate, etc.;
Confederate States of America 05 116 CSA flag hoistered at Frankfort;
Confederate States of America 05 142 Confederate bills, 3 - 2, 10, & $100;
Constitution Square 22 105 At Danville; replicas of 3 buildings (early Kentucky government; convention);
Cooper and Dunn drug store 03 12 Original photo, ca. 1908, at corner Main & Broadway, etc.;
Corn Island 03 59 Drawing of fort, at Louisville;
Corwine, Aaron H. 18 35, 36, 37 Early Kentucky portrait painter;
Cottage Grove 22 Back Cover Home of John W. Coleman, rope & bagging mfgr, Woodford County, 1832;
Court House (Fayette) 15 94 First trial in, after erection in 1898-1900;
Court of Appeals 03 126 Picture of Judges, 1932;
Court, first in Lexington 23 79, 80 Story of Henry Clay; Francis Barrett, a Baptist preacher; court information, etc;
Covington, Kentucky 09 106 Colored picture, Market and Square;
Covington, Kentucky 17 1, 2 Short history and several views (from:  Ballou's 1856);
Cox's Station 14 47 In Nelson County, history of;
Craig, James 11 45 Old Confederate soldier in Lexington;
Craig, Lewis, Reverend 13 1 Site of Travelling Church (in Lincoln County);
Crawford, Jane (Todd) 10 41, 42 Life story; account of operation, views, Dr. McDowell, etc.;
Crittenden, William Logan 23 81, 82 Lopez Expedition, 1851;
Crockett, Joseph, Colonel 11 43 Revolutionary soldier, etc.
Cross-Keys Tavern 05 61 History and account of fire; May 1934 (destroyed May 23, 1934);
Cross-Keys Tavern 18 56 Near Shelbyville, adv. of 1817;
Cumberland Gap 13 108 Story about: Henry Clay, etc;
Cumberland Gap 13 36, 37 Sketch, with photo of marker
Cumberland Gap 31 59 History and Story about (Middlesboro Daily News);
Cumberland Gap 39 3, 4 History of; Civil War part, etc.;
Cumberland Road 06 99 Short sketch of;
Curd House 01 82 Civil War script, $1.00;
Curd House 13 7 Original photo, ca. 1890;
Cythiana Covered Bridge 11 48, 49 History of:  3 articles, views,;
Cythiana Covered Bridge 17 7 Kentucky's Oldest Wooden bridge, etc.;
Cythiana, Kentucky 01 74 How named, history;
Cythiana, Kentucky 05 106 Clock weight damages court-house;
Cythiana, Kentucky 10 16 "Ghost with Toe Bones, etc"
Cythiana, Kentucky 17 6 Camp Bruce, view, etc.;
Cythiana, Kentucky 17 15 Story of early city, etc;
Cythiana, Kentucky 18 12 "Tragedy of 1812 still lives"

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Dallam, Major William S. house 18 18 Article & view of;
Danville, Kentucky 01 115 How named; sketch of, etc.;
Danville, Kentucky 01 5 Short history of;
Danville, Kentucky 03 41 First court-house in;
Danville, Kentucky 03 43 Short historical sketch;
Danville, Kentucky 10 6 Old court-house (Boyle);
Danville, Kentucky 16 34 First post-office west of Alleghenies;
Danville, Kentucky 18 24, 25, 26 First post-office west of Alleghenies;
Danville, Kentucky 19 49, 50 Deaf School in Danville
Danville, Kentucky 20 83 How named (Danville);
Daveiss, Jos. (Joseph) Hamilton 23 5 Document, with signature;
Daveiss, Jos. (Joseph) Hamilton 23 5 Letter, with signature;
Daveiss, Jos. (Joseph) Hamilton 23 49 Letter to David Meade;
Daviess Lodge No. 22 03 127 Seal of Masonic lodge, formerly in Lexington;
Davis, Jeff 18 73, 74, 75 Article on & sketch of;
Davis, Jeff 31 60, 61 Jefferson Davis Monument, Fairview, Kentucky (Pictures & history of);
Davis, Jeff C., General 14 31 Kills General Nelson, at Galt House; in Louisville, 1862;
Davis, Jefferson 02 51-C Unveiling bust, Transylvania University, etc. [October 19, 1931];
Deaf School, Danville (Kentucky School for Deaf) 28 104 Being razed, February 1957;
Defeated Camp (McNitt) Massacre 33 64, 65, 66, 67 (in Laurel County) Story by Russell Dyche;
Devotion Lodge No. 160 17 44 Account & history; 100th anniversary;
Deweese, Farmer house (Also known as "White Cottage") 15 30 View and short sketch;
Deweese, Farmer house (Also known as "White Cottage") 18 2 Protestant Infirmary; Mention and short sketch of;
Deweese, Farmer house (Protestant Infirmary) 01 88 History and sketch;
Deweese, Farmer house (Protestant Infirmary) 12 72 "White Cottage" & Protestant Infirmary; history of, etc.;
Deweese, Farmer house (Protestant Infirmary) 18 20 Short sketch of;
Dewhurst, Thomas B. 01 115 First auto in Lexington, etc.;
Dewhurst, Thomas B. 05 26 Pioneer automobile man, in Lexington;
Dewhurst, Thomas B. 05 27 His "Dewabout" & letter to me;
Dixiana Farm - Major B. Thomas 01 112 In Fayette County; history of;
Dixiana Farm - Major B. Thomas 06 91 "Agents Beware" sign on gate;
Dixiana Farm - Major B. Thomas 15 19 Sign at front gate [Kentucky All Over];
Dixiana Farm - Major B. Thomas 18 17 Sign at front gate;
Doctors, early Kentucky 03 56, 57 Views of several, including McDowell, Yandell, W. L. Sutton, etc.;
Donerail 24 88, 89 How named, etc. [also Donneraille];
Donovan, Herman L. 08 28 Names President of University of Kentucky [picture & story];
Drake, Daniel, Doctor 05 101 Broadside for "Cure of Cholera";
Drennon Springs, in Henry County 30 57 (noted Kentucky watering-place) Story of; old hotel, etc. (Western Military Institute here);
Dudley Road, hous - 405 06 67 Model Home, our first home after we married (from 1930-1936), etc.;
Dudley, Benjamin W., Doctor 15 43 Jouett portrait of, with sketch;
Dudley, Benjamin W., Doctor 16 4 Thesis for M. D. at University of Pennsylvania;
Duels 09 42, 43 Rowan-Chambers Duel (February 1801) (story by Ben Johnson);
Duels 09 54 Wells-Roberts Duel
Duels 12 96 First Duel in Kentucky (photostat);
Duels 12 43, 44, 45 Duelling in Old Kentucky;
Duels 15 91 Taylor-Harrison Duel;
Duels 15 102, 103 Jackson-Dickerson duel (2 accounts, unidentified);
Duels 19 57, 58, 59 Casto-Metcalfe Duel;
Duels 22 106, 107 "Dead Shots Lived Longest in Duel Days,";
Duels 29 5 Duelling Pistols of Judge J. Rowan;
Duels 30 3, 4 True Story of Jackson-Dickerson Duel [Courier-Journal, 1893];
Dufour, John 17 32 Pioneer vineyard, Jessamine County;
Duveneck, Frank 11 1, 2, 3 Ky. artist -- sketch of and biog, account of.

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East Hickman Baptist Church 13 9 In Fayette County, Tates Creek Pike;
Eastern Kentucky Railroad 29 1, 2, 3 Long history of; established in 1866;
Eastern State Hospital (Asylum) 03 20 In Lexington; view; built in 1824;
Eastern State Teachers College 07 101 History of;
Elizabeth Station Church 03 104 On F. & C. Railroad, Bourbon County;
Elkhorn Association 03 123 Of Baptists, in Woodford County;
Ellerslie, or Todd home 10 82, 83 An account:  "The Passing of a Shrine";
Ellerslie, or Todd home 14 56 Snap-shot, made ca. 1915;
Ellerslie, or Todd home 15 17 "Old Landmark being Razed" (good history of) (January '47);
Ellerslie, or Todd home 16 18 "Ellerslie razed";
Ellerslie, or Todd home 19 25 Account and history of; view;
Elliott, John Milton, Judge 20 106, 107, 108 Life story and assassination [Floyd County Times];
Elmwood (David Barrow) house 01 4 Short account of;
Elmwood (David Barrow) house 12 85 At Fourth and Walnut Street; history of;
Episcopal Cemetery, old 06 27, 28 "Old Third Street Cemetery" (with list of burials);
Episcopal Cemetery, old 10 107 On East 3rd Street; cholera victims; headstones, etc;
Episcopal Cemetery, old 13 87 Account of, with sexton's house [Lexington Landmarks];
Episcopal Cemetery, old 14 54 Sexton's cottage - history, etc;
Episcopal Cemetery, old 17 28 List of burials, view, etc. [Lexingon Landmarks];
Episcopal Theological Seminary, old 10 50 View of, from street.
Episcopal Theological Seminary, old 11 16 On W. 2nd Street, history of.
Estill Springs 31 21 Watering-place;
Estill, James, Captain 16 14 Kentucky pioneer; sketch of;
Estill's Defeat 18 86, 87 In Madison County, etc.;
Estill's Defeat 25 86, 87 Estill's Defeat, or Battle of Little Mountain;
Ewalt's Cross Roads 12 53 Home of Jos. Ewalt, etc.;
Exposition of 1984-5 10 104 Bridge across Main Street, view;

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Subject Volume Page Description
Fair Grounds, old 02 85 Racing history made, etc.;
Fair Grounds, old 06 75 Old photograph;
Fair Grounds, old 09 72 Ranck's article on;
Fair Grounds, old 14 43 Old grandstand, notes on;
Fair Grounds, old 18 6 view of, in 1891;
Fair Grounds, old 18 71, 72 History and view, etc.;
Fair Grounds, old 27 29 Old Fair Grounds (U. K. site);
Fair Play, statue 17 50 At Elmendorf, view, etc. (Lexington Landmarks);
Fairbank, Calvin, Reverend 14 27 Calvin Fairbank dead", 1898 (unidentified newspaper clipping);
Fairbank, Calvin, Reverend 15 73 Original letter, written from the Lex. slave jail, Oct. 1844.
Fairlawn, residence 12 24 Home of Doctor Dudley, General Withers;
Fairview Tavern 05 12 Famous old hostelry in Fleming County;  Doggett tavern;
Falmouth 01 15 Early history of;
Falmouth 19 8 "Birdseye view of, 1870";
Farmers & Traders Bank 03 128 Another certificate to David S. Coleman (grandfather);
Farmers & Traders Bank 06 108 Original check, with 2 cent stamp;
Farmers & Traders Bank 09 111 Lexington; stock certificate, 1876:  (to grandfather Coleman);
Farmers Bank of Kentucky 08 63 $20 bill, portrait of John J. Crittenden, Governor of Kentucky
Farmington (Speed House) 15 96, 97, 98 Sketch, floor plans, drawings by Jefferson, etc.;
Farmington (Speed House) 33 46 [The old Joshua Speed home, near Louisville, Kentucky] Sketch, Picture - plan to restore;
Fayette County 02 87 Relics in cornerstond box [C-H];
Fayette County 02 49 Has no old-age pension, etc.;
Fayette County 02 97 Population (in 1931) 68,525;
Fayette County 03 5 Dirt roads, one toll gate, 1922;
Fayette County 03 18, 19 Historical landmarks, along highway, Dixie Highway,etc.;
Fayette County 03 32 3rd courthouse, view; drilling on Cheapside, etc.;
Fayette County 03 88 Early history of; fire of clerks Levi Todd's office, etc.
Fayette County 05 66 3rd court-house described; with D. Sutton mention, etc.;
Fayette County 05 74 Safe, in clerk's office, robbed;
Fayette County 05 40-49 Census - heads of families, 1810;
Fayette County 13 29 Old brick court-house, view;
Fayette County 13 66 Ranck writes on court-houses;
Fayette County 13 Back Cover 3rd (old brick) court-house [original photo]
Fayette County Court-Houses 07 104, 105 History of 5 court-houses (by self)
Fayette County Court-Houses 09 98 Contents of cornerstone, 1883;
Fayette County Court-Houses 09 107 Original photo, after fire, 1897;
Fayette County Court-Houses 12 65 Photograph, after fire, 1897;
Fayette County Court-Houses 13 7 Original photo, after fire, 1897;
Fayette National Bank 06 109 View, under construction, etc.;
Ferrill, London, Reverend 05 116 Noted slave preacher; funeral;
Ferry, River 12 90, 91 Story of with pictures, on Kentucky rivers;
Filson Club 05 143 View of, in reading room, 1934;
Filson, John 11 39 Kentucky historian - view of, likeness, etc.;
Filson, John 17 101, 102, 103 John Filson:  Prophet of Kentucky (story by John Walton);
Filson, John 19 33 Rearly Kentucky historian;
Fire companies 06 96, 97 Articles, etc.; - Independent Fire Company No. 1, Lexington;
Fire Department 03 117, 118, 119 History of Lexington fire department;
Fire Department 08 50 Old views, story about;
Fire Department 20 63 Lexington's first "steamer", etc.;
Fire Department 23 4 History of, with reel house, etc.;
Fire Insurance Companies 06 96, 97 Constitution, or Arrticles of the Independent Fire Company, No. 1 [Lexington, 1816]
Fire Insurance Companies 06 40, 44 Original fire insurance policy, issued in Lexington, in 1850 [Lexington Fire, Life & Marine Insurance Company]
Fire Stations 03 93 Old stations and departments in city;
Fires in Lexington 03 108, 109 "Disastrous fires in Lexington recalled" by P. A. O'Brian (O'Brien).
Fires in Lexington 05 24 Morgan's hemp factory (May 1, 1889);
Fires in Lexington 14 48 Old Lexington Country Club (October 19, 1925);
Fires in Lexington 15 38 Important fires, listed 1820-1947 (with some additional ones);
First Baptist Church 14 68 On West Main Street; view and sketch;
First National Bank & Trust Co. 06 107 History of; portrait of Jacob Hughes;
First National Bank & Trust Co. 12 102 History of; Ninety Years old;
First Presbyterian Church 14 53 Sketch and history of;
First Presbyterian Church 16 89 Sketch by Gribbin, and story of the oldest church in city;
Fleming County court-house 07 1  
Fleming County court-house 25 25, 26 Views;
Fleming County court-house Information Designers & builders - James Eckels & Daniel Stockwell; it is of Georgian design & brick construction; the brick having been burned on the ground by slaves of the two contractors.  Several years required to erect it; completed in 1829.  The 2nd court hous
Floods 03 67, 68, 69 Lexington flood of August, 1932;
Floods 07 60 Great Kentucky flood, January, 1937;
Football 01 79 old Kentucky State College team, etc.;
Football 07 100 Football teams, old;
Football 08 17 First gridiron clash (1880) between Transylvania University & Centre College;
Football 09 55, 56 Immortals of 1898; picture and story;
Football 17 2 First Game west of Alleghenies between Transylvania University & Centre, 1880.;
Forest Retreat 05 76 Old Governor Metcalfe home;
Forest Retreat 07 96 Old tavern; history, etc.;
Forest Retreat 19 105 Sketch of Metcalfe house & tavern;
Forest Retreat 23 1 Old tavern; drawing; sketch;
Forest trees in Kentucky 02 83 List of, that grow in Kentucky;
Forkland 03 21 On forks of Hickman Creek & townfork of Elkhorn; history of;
Forrest Park, subdivision 13 1 Named for Doctor L. Herr; etc. (On South Limestone);
Fort Nelson 03 48 Drawing, in 1782; Louisville;
Fort Springs Church 09 68 On Versailles Road, burned, December 1943 (at Slickaway, Kentucky);
Fort Springs Church 24 88, 89 Fort Spring, how named, history;
Fort Thomas, Kentucky 01 106 Sketch and history of the memorial water tower, etc.;
Fortifications, Ancient 22 98 In Fayette County;
Foster, Stephen 14 11 "Poor poet" from Pathfinder;
Foster, Stephen 15 1 His body not obtained by Kentucky
Foster, Stephen 24 76-80 Legend of Stephen Collins Foster (Saturday Evening Post - by Butterfield);
Fox, Chief William Red 06 26 Indian chief, stops in Lexington;
Fox, John, Jr. 01 36 Life story of, etc;
Fox, John, Jr. 06 18 Original letter from, December 1897;
Fox, John, Jr. 06 52 Obituary and life story; [died July 8, 1919];
Fox, John, Jr. 06 56 Death and burial at Paris, Kentucky;
Fox, John, Jr. 07 35 Obituary, life story, etc.;
Fox, John, Jr. 16 57 Life story, death, burial, etc, [from Kentuckian-Citizen];
Frankfort & Cincinnati Railroad 30 10, 11 View of Passenger Car;
Frankfort, city of 10 108 Steamboat, on Kentucky River;
Frankfort, Kentucky 01 112 How named, history, etd.;
Frankfort, Kentucky 09 97, 98 "Frankfort's Bridges";
Frankfort, Kentucky 14 92, 93 Frankfort Cemetery; list of burials;
Franklin Advocate 03 52 First Kentucky University newspaper:  at Harrodsburg, Kentucky;
Franklin Springs 30 32 (In Franklin County); A famed Kentucky Watering-Place (by Mrs. Darnell);
Franklin, Ben 09 98 "Interesting figure, etc" (Negro):  (son of George Robertson?);
Freckman, Ben 10 71 Rare photos of Lexington;
Freedom Train 16 33, 86 In Lexington, etc.;
Freemasonry, In Kentucky 01 57, 58 Short history of;
Freemasonry, In Kentucky 01 61, 62 Grand Lodge found'd, 1800;
Freemasonry, In Kentucky 01 62 Lexington Masonic Temple, corner-stone laid, 1913;
Freemasonry, In Kentucky 01 69 Early Masonry in Lexington by self;
Freemasonry, In Kentucky 01 120, 121 "Freemasonry in Lex, 1861-1913";
French Emigrees 08 7 Story of early French settlers in Lexington, etc.;
Frost, William Godell 02 34 Article on founding & early days of Berea College;
Funeral notices 09 58 Samuel M. Coleman, 1870;
Funeral notices 09 91 Robert Wickliffe (Old Duke);
Funeral notices 09 91 H. Boone Ingels, 1866;
Funeral notices 09 108 Miss Meredith Peter, 1878;
Funeral notices 19 110 Mrs. Sallie Howard Woolley;
Funerals 05 28 Data and account of Mt. (mountain?) funerals;
Funerals 09 9 Kentucky mountain funeral, view, etc.;
Funerals 13 2 Description of mountain funerals;

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Gallatin County 17 7 Short history, sketch, etc.;
Gardener, William V., Reverend, D. D. 23 35 New pastor, First Presbyterian Church;
Garrard, James, Govenor 12 95 Sketch of Kentucky Second Governor;
Gasoline Mileage Coupons 11 37 Types of ration coupons used in World War II;
Georgetown 01 28 Short history; how named, etc.;
Georgetown 03 29 Historical sketch of;
Georgetown 14 19 Never-failing spring; "Big Spring";
Gilbert's Creek Baptist Church 03 38 View in graveyard; 2 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky;
Gillis, Ezra, Professor 20 49 Article by Allan Trout;
Giron, Mathurin 05 85 Old tavern keeper; mss lease, with photo of his confectionery, 1933;
Giron, Mathurin 06 30 Signature of Giron & Wife, 1844;
Giron, Mathurin 09 86 Original tavern license, 1828 (with his signature);
Giron, Mathurin 13 7 Original photo of confectionery, 1895?;
Giron, Mathurin 19 98 Confectionery described;
Glasgow Junction 24 24, 25 With sketch of Bell's Tavern, etc.;
Glass, glass-works 09 60 Early Kentucky Glass;
Glass, glass-works 11 15 Louisville glass works;
Goat Castle, Natchez 08 40, 41 Goat Castle in Natchez accounts & pictures;
Goat Castle, Natchez 19 35 ? Goat Castle story;
Goat Castle, Natchez 24 35 Miss Dockery's obituary;
Goddard House, old 07 75 In Maysville; sketch of;  (couldn't locate in scrapbook)
Goebel Assassination 01 35 Account of the killing, etc.;
Goebel Assassination 07 58 Goebel-Taylor race; account of;
Goebel Assassination 12 85 Clothes of Goebel, in Georgetown courthouse, etc.;
Goebel Assassination 16 85 Story of the Goebel Affair, at Frankfort, January 30, 1900
Goebel Assassination 17 64, 65 Irvin S. Cobb's story of;
Goebel Assassination 17 66, 67 Collier's magazine, account, November 1904;
Goebel Assassination 17 68, 69 Harper's Weekly, story of;
Goebel Assassination 19 110 The killing of Goebel, etc.;
Goebel Assassination 22 76 Account of (good);
Goff, Sudduth 11 5, 6, 8, 9 Artist and sketch of; works;
Goff, Sudduth 13 30 Kentucky portrait painter, works of;
Goff, Sudduth 15 81, 82 Account of life & works [Courier-Journal, March 20, '49]
Governors, of Kentucky 03 80-83 Portraits of; to Flem Sampson;
Governors, of Kentucky 07 94 Sketch of, etc.;
Governors, of Kentucky 09 57 "Clements is 44th to serve.."
Graham Springs, Harrodsburg 06 103 "Historic resort bought"; sketch;
Graham Springs, Harrodsburg 07 58 Kentucy Watering Place, history, etc.;
Graham, Christopher C., Doctor 01 76 "Memories of Dr. Christopher Columbus Graham";
Graham, Cottage 33 30, 31 Named for Robert Graham; home of Transylvania University Presidents, etc.;
Granard, township of 05 59 Incorporated, 1886, near Lexington;  (mentions Neal McCoy, etc.);
Granard, township of 24 6 Sketch about;
Grant County 25 27 Historical sketch of;
Grant, Thomas, home 17 51 View of and story about; (from Lexington Landmarks);
Gratz Park 09 89 View, with sleet; gates of;
Gratz Park 29 58, 59, 60 Story, with pictures (Sue Thierman, in Courier-Journal);
Gratz, Rebecca 02 103 Letter to Jewish Society, etc.;
Gratz, Rebecca 05 37 Gives letters to Society, etc.;
Graves, Cox & Co. 14 2 Opened in 1889; view, etc.;
Graveyards, pioneer 12 93 In Fayette County, with revolutionary soldiers, etc.;
Graveyards, pioneer 15 43 In Fayette County;
Green Hills, (columns standing) 09 90 Jas. B. Haggin's fine home;
Green Hills, (columns standing) 10 85 Old James B. Haggin home, etc.;
Green Hills, (columns standing) 18 20 View of residence, etc.;
Green-Baldwin killing 16 21 at Phoenix, while Breckinridge statue on Cheapside was being unveiled; etc. (Tom Green killed Lew Baldwin);
Grundy, Felix 05 79, 80 Early Kentucky lawyer; sketch;

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Subject Volume Page Description
Haggins, John 10 79 Escape from Indians;
Haly, John 12 56 Final settlement, Henry Clay monument;
Haly, John 12 56 Final check for Henry Clay monument;
Haly, John 12 57 Original estimate for Clay monument;
Haly, John 12 58 Letter from, or agreement, etc.;
Haly, John 16 35 Proposals for work; check;
Haly, John 18 54 General contractor for Henry Clay Momument in Lexington Cemetery (1857-61);
Hamburg Place 05 16 Three mile from Lexington on Winchester Pike; five Derby winners foaled here;
Hamilton, John (rope walk) 09 2 Account of his rope walk, etc.;
Hamilton-Sanderson killing 15 18 Good account of; in Metcalfe County; in year 1818;
Harbut, Will 17 110 Groom, Man o' War, died, 1947;
Hardin, Fort 01 111 Sketch of old Fort Hardin, at Hardinsburg, Kentucky 1780;
Hargis, Jim 09 33 "The human side of Jim Hargis" (Illustrated American, 1908);
Harpe, Big & Little (outlaws) 08 21, 22 "Sketch of the Harpes" from Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, September 19, 1835;
Harpe, Big & Little (outlaws) 39 16-20 Account of Big & Little Harpe (The Messenger, Central City);
Harper, Jacob and Betsie 10 91, 92 Murdered in their home (Nantura) in Woodford County, Kentucky;
Harrod, Fort 03 38 View of fort, drawn from data;
Harrod, Fort 10 66, 67, 68 Described in 1791 by B. Van Cleve, with views, etc.;
Harrod, James, Colonel 06 21 Founder of Harrodsburg; copy of his will, etc.;
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 01 112 How named; sketch of, etc.;
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 06 103 Hart Model "Woman Triumphant";
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 06 105 Story by Carl Bernhardt;
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 07 78 "Work of Hart Destoryed";
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 09 13 "Joel T. Hart:  Kentucky Sculptor" (by self) (Antiques, November 1947;
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 09 107 Woman Triumphant destroyed:  May 14, 1897 (with pictures);
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 11 44, 45 "Original Plaster Model, etc.";
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 11 46, 47 "Hart's Plast Bust of Jackson and Dudleyà";
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 11 58, 59, 60 "The Public carried away H's masterpieceà" [Courier-Journal April 3, 1938];
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 11 90-93 Story of life and works, with pictures (Courier-Journal, February 14, 1954);
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 13 70, 71 Hart, as a great artist;
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 16 19, 20 "J. T. Hart:  Kentucky Sculptor";
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 23 12 Henry Clay Statue, Louisville;
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 37 28, 29 Story, Hart;
Hart, Joel T. - Sculptor 39 48 Henry Clay Statue, Richmond;
Hart, Thomas home 09 82 Short history; built 1794;
Hart, Thomas home 15 12 View and short sketch; (2nd and Mill Streets);
Hartland 24 50 Home of Senator Camden, near Versailles (razed 1952);
Hatfield, "Devil Anse" 17 71 Picture;
Hatfield, "Devil Anse" 22 90-95 Hatfields, Human side of (story of feud; pictures, etc.);
Hatfield, "Devil Anse" 23 13 Picture with men;
Hays, Will S. 15 27, 28 Kentucky song-writer; story, etc.; (born in Louisville, 1837);
Head, Jesse, Reverend 14 22-27 "A Preacher and A Shrine";
Head, Jesse, Reverend 16 23 History of the historic marriage, Jesse Head, etc; L's parents;
Heinrich, Anton Philip 06 4 "Kentucky yesterdays and tomorrow";
Helm Place, Fayette County 01 135 History of, by Mrs. Simpson;
Helm Place, Fayette County 24 60-63 Story of, with pictures (Sue & John Theirman);
Helm, Ben Hardin, General 15 22 My review of McMurtry's book;
Helm, John L, Governor 05 138 Signature and document;
Helm, Katherine, Miss 03 11 "Mary, Wife of Lincoln" (book) her story of;
Helm, Katherine, Miss 07 1 Fayette county artist and author; obituary of, etc.;
Hemp Industry, in Kentucky 03 34 Notes and history of;
Hickman County, Kentucky 18 92-96 History of;
Hickman County, Kentucky 25 66-72 Civil War in;
Hickman County, Kentucky 28 53, 54, 55 Historical Sketch;
High ball signal 09 12 View, at South Railroad, Lexington;
High Bridge 07 75 Near Shakertown, Kentucky; story of;
Highland Place 22 Back Cover Coleman farm, Newtown Pike, original photo, ca. 1898 (home of J. W. Coleman);
Highways, old 05 6 Mileage on old Kentucky highways;
Highways, old 05 17 Kentucky highways in 1813;
Hill House, Maysville 05 31 Short notice of old hotel;
Hillandale 19 2 Samuel Look place, on Muir Pike [Lexington Landmarks];
Hill-Evans Feud 06 105 "Famous Feud Recalled";
Hill-Evans Feud 18 67 Short account; Garrard Company.;
Hill-Evans Feud 34 9 Short history of, with picture of house of Oliver P. Hill
Historical & Phil Society of Ohio 18 75 Life certificate, sketch, etc.;
Holeman, Jacob H. (of Frankfort 23 75 Subpoena for arrest, for killing Francis G. Waring in a duel, July 16, 1819, in Franklin County, Kentucky;  See Coleman "Famous Kentucky Duels" Chapter 5
Hopemont - Morgan house 01 130 Home of General J. H. Morgan, at corner of Second and Mill Streets, history, etc.;
Horse farms 10 110 Fayette horse farms, 1883 (from Ranck's Guide);
Hoskins Cross Roads 05 106? In Garrard County; later on called Camp Dick Robinson; adv of Robinson;
Howard, James (Jim) 05 21 See also:  Henry Youtsey;
Howard, James (Jim) 27 44 Died:  February 1, 1954, at Covington, Kentucky. (Three times convicted as slayer of Govenor Goebel);
Hughes, J. W., Reverend 01 56 Founder of Asbury, died;
Hunt, William Gibbs 05 9, 10 Early western journalist, in Lexington, etc.;
Hunters of Kentucky 15 39 Original broadside (song) "The Hunters of Kentucky";
Hurricane Hall 02 45 History of; on Georgetown Pike;
Hutchinson 03 90 Settlement, in Bourbon County;

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Ingelside 01 80 An account and history of;
Ingelside 06 68, 81 Marriage of W. S. Payne & E. L. Ingels there;
Ingelside 13 81 Old J. Bruen home, history of;
Ingles, Henry Boone 06 68 Note, for $85.85, with signature;
Ingles, Henry Boone 06 80 Marriage license to Eliz. L. Bruen;
Ingles, Henry Boone 09 91 Funeral notice, 1866;
Inglis (Ingles), Mary 03 84 Story of; trail named for, etc;
Interurban cars 07 98 History of and final abandonment, etc.;
Interurban cars 15 115? Shelbyville-Louisville abandoned;
Iron Furnaces 09 21, 22, 23 Mt. Savage Furnace;
Iron Furnaces 13 3 Mt. Savage Furnace, Carter County;
Iron Furnaces 13 40, 41, 42 Old Nelson Furnace, Nelson County
Iron Furnaces 14 87 "Kentucky's First Ironworks" (Old furnace);
Iron Furnaces 14 86 Old Kentucky Furnaces;
Iron Furnaces 14 88 Iron Furnaces in Greenup County;
Iron Furnaces 15 74-78 Story of William kelley; furnaces;
Iron Furnaces 15 78 Bourbon Furnace, views, etc.;
Iron Furnaces 15 90 In Carter County, et al;
Iron Furnaces 17 18 Bourbon Furnace, views, etc.;
Iron Furnaces 25 90, 91 Mt. Savage and others;
Iron Furnaces 28 36 Airdrie Furnace, Muhlenberg County;
Iron Furnaces 29 61 Fitchburg Furnace, Estill County;
Iron Furnaces 30 8, 9 Old Furnaces, Greenup County;
Iron Furnaces 35 12, 13 (Kentucky Yeoman, June 19, 1884);
Iron Furnaces 36 19 History of, in Kentucky (My story, June 23, 1957);
Ironwork, early 14 87 "Kentucky's First Ironworks" (Old furnace);
Ironwork, early 19 13,14,15,16 Of Central Kentucky; article by Clay Lancaster [Antiques magazine]

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Jackson County 03 17 No gold found there; analysis (report of W. R. Jillson);
Jackson Hall 08 26 Sold to David Ades for $40,000 [picture and story, razed];
Jackson Hall 10 55 Old Market House, razed 1941 (originial photo);
Jackson Hall 15 95 Photo and short sketch;
Jackson Purchase 18 95, 96 Jackson's Treaty with Indians;
James, Jesse 07 55 Robs Mommoth Cave stage;
James, Jesse 07 63 Notes on James' parents;
James, Jesse 08 34 Story of watch, re: robbery;
James, Jesse 11 14 Sketch of early lives, parents;
James, Jesse 12 52 Story of James boys;  (Parents married in Scott County, December 28, 1841.  Jesse James born in Missouri- September 5, 1847; killed April 3, 1882 (St. Joesph, Missouri);  Frank James born January 10, 1843 (Kearney, missouri); died February 15, 1915.
James, Jesse 16 9, 10 Stage-Coach robbery;
James, Jesse 22 108 Mentioned in article;
James, Jesse 27 75 Bank robbery (Dragnet magazine);
James, Jesse 27 82-86 Account of Russellville bank robbery;
James, Jesse 27 79, 80, 81 Robbin Russellville bank;
James, Jesse 33 5 James boys in Woodford County;
Jefferson, Lucy 10 89, 90 Sister of President Jefferson, etc., and her home in Livingston County; the Lewis brothers tragedy;
Jefferson, Thomas 16 7 Original bill (blacksmith) showing slave fetters, iron collar, etc.;
Jessamine County 17 32 Pioneer vineyard, John Dufour, failed to materialize, etc.;
Jews, early 03 10 Their part in early Lexington; Benj. Gratz, etc.;
Jim Crow, jump 03 42 "First on de heel tap, den on de toe" "heel-a-rciking" dance, in 1832;
Jockey Club 14 51 Met in 1797, going for 145 years;
John Bradford Association 02 98 Founded 1916;  history of;
Johnson Collegiate Institute n/a n/a Original broadside, 1857;
Johnson, Edward P. 06 40 Stage-coach kind, letter from;
Johnson, R. M., Colonel 07 56, 57 Choctaw Academy, in Scott County;
Johnson, R. M., Colonel 15 19 "Colonel Johnson & Tecumseh" [The Reporter, February 14, 1817];
Johnson, R. M., Colonel 20 56 Johnson slaying Tecumseh (Newspaper clipping);
Johnson's Inn 03 92 View and sketch of;
Johnson's Inn 07 59 Sketch and history of;
Johnson's Inn 17 84, 85 History and sketch, views, etc. (by Betty Lee Mastin);
Johnston, Albert Sidney, General 28 38, 39 Birthplace restored;
Jones, Casey (railroader) 12 27 Story about;
Jones, Casey (railroader) 20 92 Story of stamp, life, etc. (April 29, 1950);
Jones, Casey (railroader) 22 108 Mentioned in article;
Jouett, Jack, Captain 08 58 Story of his famous ride and picture of house in Woodford County, Kentucky.  [see also Filson Club Quarterly, April 1950, for an account];
Jouitt (Jouett), John 10 47 Father of the painter, adv for rental of his farm, etc., 1817;
Judge Boyd Place (Cynthiana) 24 48 Short sketch, with drawing of house;

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Keen Place, old 01 68 On Versailles Road, history of;
Keen Place, old 03 91 Historical sketch of;
Keen Place, old 10 1 LaFayette spends night here;
Keen Place, old 19 7 "The Old Keen Place," history of [Lexington Landmarks];
Keene, Kentucky 01 124 How named; sketch of, etc.; in Jessamine County;
Kelly, William C. 15 74-78 Inventor of steel, picture and story;
Kelly, William C. 36 14, 15 Kelly and Sessemer, story of [Courier-Journal, May 19, '57]
Kennedy, John 06 44 Document with signature;
Kennedy, Thomas house 07 93 Story of old house in Garrard County and Uncle Tom's Cabin, etc.;
Kenton County 16 2, 3 Historical sketches of;
Kenton, Simon 01 109 Bridge, bet Maysville and Aberdeen;
Kenton, Simon 03 69 Original warrant issued for;
Kenton, Simon 10 39 House, near Maysville, views;
Kenton, Simon 12 39, 40 Article on, short sketch, etc.;
Kenton, Simon 19 42 Marriage license, reproduction;
Kenton, Simon 19 52 Kenton's old home;
Kentuckian-Citizen 03 103 oldest newspaper in kentucky, established 1807;
Kentuckian-Citizen 13 97 Oldest Kentucky newspaper, Paris;
Kentucky 01 32 Resources in 1818 (Niles);
Kentucky 02 54 Battleship Kentucky, 1898;
Kentucky 02 56-59 "Kentucky's contribution to American letters" by John W. Townsend;
Kentucky 02 93 Historic map of;
Kentucky 03 98 Early seal, tax books, etc.;
Kentucky 09 60 "Early Kentucky Glass";
Kentucky 13 82, 83 "Kentucky Silver" [Antiques, November 1947];
Kentucky 14 2 "Kentucky has a misnomer";
Kentucky 15 34, 35, 36 State line (in Simpson County) bent by barrel of whiskey;
Kentucky 15 56 "Kentucky furniture" [Antiques magazine];
Kentucky 15 58, 59 "Kentucky Landmarks" by me [Antiques, November '47];
Kentucky 16 88 Battleship Kentucky, view;
Kentucky 18 53 What the name means, etc.;
Kentucky Almanac 01 105 Extract from Bradford's pamphlet published in 1795;
Kentucky Authors Dinner 08 24, 25 Sketch and program, and picture;
Kentucky Baptist Education Society 06 2 $100 pledge, Henry C. Payne: 1849;
Kentucky Central Railroad 19 11 Short sketch, etc.;
Kentucky Chautauqua Assn 06 39 Certificate, 1 share stock, 1891 [to John W. Coleman];
Kentucky Colonel 06 66 History of and story about;
Kentucky Colonization Society 16 20, 21 History of; Liberia, etc.;
Kentucky Counties 11 110 How formed, when and how divided;
Kentucky Female Orphan Home 18 62 Short history and view;
Kentucky Gazette 03 77 Title page of second issue;
Kentucky Gazette 06 32, 33 Advs from October 30, 1804;
Kentucky Gazette 10 43 General account; from old notebook, etc.;
Kentucky Gazetteer - 1875 06 14, 15 Interesting data on Kentucky towns;
Kentucky Giant 25 42, 43 Story of Captain Bates and wife;  (See also under Bates);
Kentucky Historical Markers Committee 14 64 Meet in Lexington, etc.;
Kentucky Historical Markers Committee 14 74 Select 30 sites to be marked;
Kentucky Home, My Old 01 1, 2 Story of;
Kentucky in Africa 15 84 Liberia; Kentucky Colony, etc.;
Kentucky Military Institute 10 64 In Franklin County; sketch of;
Kentucky Monument 19 89 In Washington Monument [Washington, D.C.]
Kentucky Personalities 16 96, 97 Portraits and sketches of some famous Kentuckians, etc.;
Kentucky Rifle, the 10 7 Account; muzzle load shoot (good account and use of);
Kentucky Rifle, the 17 18 Good account, with views;
Kentucky State Lottery 02 98 1879; adv of, with premiums, etc.;
Kentucky steam boats 13 55 River packet "Vim";
Kentucky steam boats 18 13 On Green River, to Mammoth Cave;
Kentucky Traction Company 02 33 History of, in 1922;
Kentucky Traction Company 05 11 Interurban system; lines in and out of Lexington; etc.;
Kentucky Traction Company 12 18 Short history of;
Kentucky University 02 47 Adv of June, 1861; in Lexington Obs & Rept's
Kentucky University 15 9 In Harrodsburg; oratory program;
Kentucky Wesleyan College 12 63 At Winchester; hard times, etc.;
Kentucky Wesleyan College 30 61 At Millersburg; picture of building; story, etc.;
Kentucky, University of 01 97 Cost of education, 1892;
Kentucky, University of 01 52 Historical sketch; history of;
Kentucky, University of 02 33 History traced, by Doctor F. L. McVey;
Kentucky, University of 02 51 List of graduates, class of 1920;
Kentucky, University of 02 54 View of in 1884, etc.;
Kentucky, University of 03 110 College of Engineering, class of 1920;
Kentucky, University of 06 22 Cost per semester, in 1934;
Kentucky, University of 07 62 "The State College", 1885;
Kentucky, University of 11 7 Port of faculty, 1895;
Kentucky, University of 13 72 as A. & Am. College in 1888;
Kentucky, University of 13 79 Alumni association formed, 1889;
Kentucky, University of 14 45 A. & M. College campus, 1887;
Kentucky, University of 17 61 Total degrees awarded, 1866-1947;
Kentucky, University of 17 62 Diagram history, 1776-1878;
Kentucky's State Capitols 05 34 Old Capitol, built by Shryock;
Kentucky's State Capitols 10 64 Four shown;
Kentucky's State Capitols 18 5 First capitol, data, etc.;
Kerr, Charles, Judge 03 22-25 "An Historic Dinner" in Pope house on Grosvenor Avenue, Lexington, 1819;
Kerr, Charles, Judge 09 17, 18 Obituary and life story, of (died:  February 15, 1950);
Kilmore, or Lewis Manor 02 52 at Viley's Station; history of;
King George III, medal 15 10 Story of medal given to Indian chiefs to join Captain Byrd, etc.;
King's Mountain, battle 07 49 Account of battle with references to Governor Isaac Shelby, etc.;
Kinnaird, Thomas H., Doctor 07 48 Lexington physician, death of, etc.;
Kirby-Smith, General 02 80 Attends Episcopal service in Lexington during Civil War, etc.;
Knights Templar 03 105 Number 1 restored to Lexington, K. T.;

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Subject Volume Page Description
Lafayette, Marquis, General 02 95 Lafayette's visit to Lexington;
Lafayette, Marquis, General 03 72 Reproduction "Lafayette Ball";
Lafayette, Marquis, General 03 109 "Fayette County named for him";
Lafayette, Marquis, General 05 78 Visits in Louisville; Shelbyville;
Lafayette, Marquis, General 05 82 Reception by Lexington Female Academy;
Lafayette, Marquis, General 05 115 Received LL.D., degree at Transy University;
Lafayette, Marquis, General 05 114 "Lexington and Lafayette's death";
Lafayette, Marquis, General 10 1 Lafayette visits Keen place on way to Lexington, May 1825;
Lafayette, Marquis, General 10 4, 5 Lafayette's visit to Lexington;
Lafayette, Marquis, General 16 100 "Old Capitol has portrait of Lafayette" (By M. H. Jouett);
Lafayette, Marquis, General 17 108 Facsimile, "Lafayette Ball", 1825;
Lafayette, Marquis, General n/a n/a "Lafayette's Trip Through Kentucky";
Lake, W. N., Professor 12 87 An account of the "Big Walk" in Lexington in 1880, etc., views, etc.;
Lancaster, Kentucky 33 34 Old Home, 160 years old, the home of four members of Congress;
Lawyers, early of Lexington 01 75  
Leader, Lexington (newspaper) 07 57 Old view and history of;
Leader, Lexington (newspaper) 11 105 Old buildings on same site;
Lell's Hall 09 79, 80 Dance hall and show; West Short Street, and beer parlor (still standing);
Leonard, James Francis 09 38 First telegraph sound operator; (by Jno. W. Townsend) 1908.  (Buried in Frankfort Cemetery);
Letcher, Robert P., Govenor 06 69 Document, with signature;
Lewinski, Thomas, Major 05 131 Draws order for $700 on contract;
Lewinski, Thomas, Major 12 58 Oder drawn fro $1,000 for work;
Lewinski, Thomas, Major 18 54 Assistant engineer for Henry Clay monument;
Lewinski, Thomas, Major 20 1 3 cancelled checks, as assistant engineer;
Lewinski, Thomas, Major 22 104 Letter, in re:  Lexington Cemetery monument; Haly's statement;
Lewis County 17 29, 30, 31 Account and history of;
Lewis Graveyard 03 28 In Fayette County; plea for its restoration, etc.;
Lexington 01 86 View of in 1855 (Ballou's);
Lexington 01 87 Business in 1922;
Lexington 01 114 Sketch of in the 1890's;
Lexington 01 125 Fire department in 1890's;
Lexington 01 126 Look at the city in 1890's;
Lexington 01 15 Early history, in 1815;
Lexington 01 21 Early history, in 1814;
Lexington 01 18 "Most historic city in America";
Lexington 01 7 Original photo, Main Street, 1860?;
Lexington 02 60 Centennial, 1879;
Lexington 02 61 Armistice day parade, 1931;
Lexington 02 61 Old post-office, view;
Lexington 02 68 Lexington Scenes, 50 years ago;
Lexington 02 86, 87 Short history of;
Lexington 02 88, 89 History shrines, in and about;
Lexington 02 105 Lexington Country Club; view; date of fire, October 29, 1925;
Lexington 02 36, 37 "Important dates in Lexington's history."  by C. R. Staples;
Lexington 03 11 Flood of 1928;
Lexington 03 12 Early laws, in [kicking football];
Lexington 03 13, 14, 15 History of all churches, 1917;
Lexington 03 17 Picture of flood, 1932, Phoenix;
Lexington 03 33 Bank resources, 1917;
Lexington 03 78 Early settlement of:  Masonic, etc;
Lexington 03 89 Notes on the early settlement;
Lexington 03 94 "Early commerce and invention";
Lexington 03 97, 98 Views of churches, buildings, 1900;
Lexington 03 102 Plan of in-lots and out-lots;
Lexington 03 107 Plan of in-lots and out-lots;
Lexington 03 111 View , centennial parade, 1879;
Lexington 05 107 First street lamp, 1821; gas 1853;
Lexington 05 111 Lexington's oldest houses;
Lexington 05 114 First fire company, org in 1790;
Lexington 05 133 Original map of Lexington, drawn, 1836;
Lexington 05 140 "Varied attractions within reach";
Lexington 05 8 Described in 1817; Wilson's;
Lexington 05 24 Lexington and the Bluegrass, in 1889;
Lexington 05 25 Described in 1886 (Lethem);
Lexington 05 34 Famous stage stars played here;
Lexington 05 51 Plans for 150th anniversary;
Lexington 05 72 Old taverns in Lexington's early history;
Lexington 05 72 Lexington in 1816;
Lexington 05 95 First city schools described;
Lexington 05 97 Early Lexington banks and banking;
Lexington 05 5 "Early Days in Lexington";
Lexington 05 7 Early history, from West Gazeeter;
Lexington 06 2 "Lexington chronology";
Lexington 06 12, 13 Day by day happenings, 1934;
Lexington 06 26 "Lexington's first directory";
Lexington 06 35 Battle of Lexington, Mass;
Lexington 06 53 Court-day scene, Cheapside;
Lexington 06 88 "Lexington in 1876"
Lexington 06 106, 107 Lexington in 1838-39, from McCabe's Directory, etc.;
Lexington 07 30 "The Origin of Lexington's Name";
Lexington 07 32-5 "Lexington in life of Lincoln";
Lexington 07 48 "Lexington in à1859";
Lexington 10 14, 15 Lexington had 24 churches, 1888;
Lexington 10 18 Described in 1816, Wilson; (brick ch.; marquet square, etc.);
Lexington 10 56 "Thriving City in 1816";
Lexington 10 75 Famed as "theatre city";
Lexington 10 14, 15 Churches in 1888;
Lexington 10 18 Described by Wilson, early;
Lexington 10 48, 49, 50 Early map (1857) and story;
Lexington 10 75 Water system begun in 1885;
Lexington 10 104 Exposition of 1894-5, etc.;
Lexington 11 87 "Some facts about early history";
Lexington 12 67 History of gas plant, etc.;
Lexington 12 81, 82 Lexington in 1888, picture of;
Lexington 12 15 First fire steamer;
Lexington 12 21, 22, 23 435 old hourses still stand;
Lexington 13 35 "Lexington a good town 111 years ago";
Lexington 13 52, 53 Main & Limestone study of contrast (before and after change);
Lexington 13 107 1st water supply system, 1885;
Lexington 14 69, 70, 71 1835 map shows Lexington's buildings;
Lexington 14 29, 30 "Best one-night stand in America"
Lexington 14 53 Described by Lord Carleton in 1789;
Lexington 15 57 "Gas company is old firm";
Lexington 17 4, 5 Description and first view, 1855; (from:  Ballou's Pictorial, etc.);
Lexington 17 13, 14 Article, dates, etc. by Staples;
Lexington 17 56-60 Feature article in S.E.P., (Harlow);
Lexington 17 Back Cover Main & Lime, original photo, 1947;
Lexington 18 7 Views in 19th century;
Lexington 18 64 First phones here, 1882;
Lexington 19 94 Town famed as theatre city;
Lexington 19 97 Lexington's centennial;
Lexington 20 82 Artificial gas plant before 1861;
Lexington & Danville Railroad 23 24 Story about, by C. Fackler
Lexington & Maysville turnpike 16 22 History of; pictures; letter of John Lutz; Hentry Clay, etc.;
Lexington & Ohio Railroad 02 94 Pioneer railway of the West;
Lexington & Ohio Railroad 03 30 Views of early engine and coach;
Lexington & Ohio Railroad 05 128 History of railroad; Midway, etc.;
Lexington & Ohio Railroad 12 63 Daniel Boone, first engine; etc.
Lexington & Ohio Railroad 19 5 History of; view of rails, etc; [Lexington Landmarks];
Lexington & Ohio Railroad 23 36-39 History of, with views, etc. (Sue & John Thierman);
Lexington & Ohio Railroad Information Station razed, May-June '59;
Lexington (horse) 09 19 100 years old today; picture [born:  March 17, 1850];
Lexington (horse) 17 52 An account of the famous horse and champion of 1855, etc.;
Lexington (horse) 20 84 Race with Lecomte, at N.O., 1854;
Lexington and Frankfort Railroad 05 90 Original stock certificate, 1867;
Lexington and Frankfort Railroad 08 35 2 original stock certificates, 1850 & 1858;
Lexington Athletic Club 07 42 History of, view of team in the gay nineties, etc.;
Lexington Cemetery 01 116 Original deed, 1852;
Lexington Cemetery 05 62, 63 History of; pictures; letter of John Lutz; Hentry Clay, etc.;
Lexington Cemetery 11 23 Original deed, dated 1857;
Lexington Cemetery 13 57 Centennial anniversary, etc.;
Lexington Cemetery 14 62 100th Anniversary Adv;
Lexington Cemetery 15 26 Boyd, first buried in;
Lexington Cemetery 17 61 "pauper burial lot, etc.";
Lexington Cemetery 17 75 100th Anniversary, history;
Lexington Cemetery 19 41 100th Anniversary story (A.C.A. bulletin);
Lexington Cemetery 21 47 Old Gate-House;
Lexington Cemetery 22 103, 104 "Kentucky's historic Lexington Cemetery";
Lexington Country Club (old) 14 48 Picture, on Maysville pike (burned:  October 19, 1925);
Lexington Fire & Life Insurance Company 06 42, 43, 46 Original policy, July, 1850 to Thornton T. Johnson;
Lexington Leader 01 98 Early history, with picture of men, etc.;
Lexington Library 01 27 Certificate of stock, 1846 to D. S. Colman (grandfather);
Lexington Library 21 41 Short account, with directories;
Lexington Lodge Number 1 05 1, 2, 3 Notes and hisotry on this pioneer Masonic lodge in Lexington;
Lexington Lodge Number 1 05 12, 13 Masonic temple to be erected;
Lexington Observer & Reporter 02 47, 48 Advs from, June 29, 1861 issue;
Lexington Observer & Reporter 05 102-106 advs from for February 13, 1861 (slave sales, merchandise,);
Lexington Old Infantry 02 53 Flag presentation, original broadside [January 18, 1861];
Lexington Public Library 16 6 Owns its early minutes, etc.;
Lexington Rifles 05 108 History of, with John H. Morgan, etc.;
Lexington Roller Mills 06 112 View and sketch; South Broadway;
Lexington-Covington Bicycle Race 16 110, 111 Big race, started in Lexington, on September 7, 1896; views, etc.;
Lexington's Fort 01 128, 129 Photostat, in letter of John Todd, as to cost of erection, etc., 1781;
Liberia 15 84 "Kentucky in Africa";
Lincoln Marriage Cabin 01 53 History and dedication;
Lincoln Marriage Cabin 03 47 View, at Harrodsburg;
Lincoln Marriage Temple 12 23 Inscriptions on bronze tablets;
Lincoln Marriage Temple 14 22-27 Story about; Jesse Head, etc.;
Lincoln Memorial University 05 138 Board of trustees, 1948 (Harrogate, Tennessee);
Lincoln Memorial University 14 20 Commencement, 1945;
Lincoln, Abraham 01 105 Lincoln, Abraham (birthplace);
Lincoln, Abraham 01 124 "Lincoln's Birthplace";
Lincoln, Abraham 02 9 Birthplace cabin, debated;
Lincoln, Abraham 03 45 Autobiography;
Lincoln, Abraham 05 37 Lincoln's supposed birthplaces;
Lincoln, Abraham 05 109, 110, 111 "The murder of the President";
Lincoln, Abraham 12 94, 95 Lincoln statue at L.M.U., unveiled;
Lincoln, Abraham 13 69 "Lincoln's removal from Kentucky";
Lincoln, Abraham 14 13 "Lincoln's paternal grandparents";
Lincoln, Abraham 16 107 Birthplace cabin, debated;
Lincoln, Abraham 16 109 Birthplace cabin, debated;
Lincoln, Abraham 18 22, 23 Lincoln bust, story; Kincaid;
Lincoln, Abraham 27 15-18 This was Lincoln (Townsend);
Lincoln, Mary - birthplace 18 49 Picture and short story of;
Lindenhouse 03 122 John Bradford house, West 3rd Street:  see under John Bradford;
Little Mountain, battle of 25 86, 87 Estill's Defeat (Madison County);
Livestock, in Kentucky 25 54, 55 (Herefords);
Llangolen, (Lewis) house 12 74 On North Limestone; history of;
Lloyd, Curtis 20 64 Brother of John Uri Lloyd; tombstone inscription, etc.;
Lloyd, John Uri 07 36, 37 Brother of Curtis Lloyd; life story, letter, etc.;
Lockett, Will 15 99 Original pass when Lexington was put under military rule, by General Francis Marshal.  This was issued to Frank Carter, of the Carter Supply Company, Lexington;
Lockett, Will 34 14, 15 Story of the mob action (Courier-Journal, September 23, 1956);  See:  Coleman - Death at the Court-House (pamphlet);
Logan County Court-House 10 Back Cover at Russellville; razed years ago;
Logging Industry on Big Sandy River 17 97-100 "Death of an Empire";
Lone Grave, Harrodsburg 06 13 Mollie Black, grave; story;
Lone Grave, Harrodsburg 06 16-A "Graham Springs lone grave";
Long Run Baptist Church 19 107-109 On Floyd Creek, in Jefferson County.  Story and pictures by Jon E. Thierman;
Long Run Baptist Church 25 46 Another view, same article;
Longfellow (race-horse) 22 102 Story about, with grave picture;
Looney, James 26 95 (Burgoo King)  Died:  March 1954;  Life story and Burgoo making;
Loudoun 01 131 Old Goodloe home, now city park;
Loudoun 10 109 View, with story of;
Loudoun 17 9 Loudoun, erected by F. K. Hunt;
Loudoun 22 74 Story, archt and cost, etc.; [by Clay Lancaster];
Louisville Potteries 16 108 Sketches of and list of works;  (from:  November 1947 Antiques);
Louisville, Kentucky 03 8 View of mule street car;
Louisville, Kentucky 09 11 Camp Boone (civil war);
Louisville, Kentucky 09 34-37 Civil War views; accounts;
Louisville, Kentucky 09 36 Lousiville, in 1857, description of (Gelason's Pictorial);
Louisville, Kentucky 18 1, 2 General description, 1856, with views, etc.;
Louisville, Kentucky 19 12 View of mule street car;
Louisville, Kentucky 19 12 View, early electric street car;
Louisville, Kentucky 28 42, 43, 44 Early theatre in Louisville;
Louisville, University of 03 77 "Oldest City University";
Louisville, University of 07 84 Also story of the Lousiville Medical College, etc.;
Louisville, University of 07 106 Also story of the Lousiville Medical College, etc.;
Louisville, University of 18 67 Medical College, moving, etc.;
Lousiville and Nashville Railroad 05 92 First oil burner in Lexington;
Lousiville and Nashville Railroad 05 107 Discontinues Louisville and Atlantic, or old "R.N.I.&B." or "Riney-B" on September 30, 1932;
Lousiville and Nashville Railroad 20 81? Old L&N timetable (1866);
Lousiville Glass Works 11 15 history and sketch of;
Lowe, killing of 11 19, 20 At Hawesville, Kentucky;  from Harper's Weekly, March 26, 1859;
Lutz, John (eng and mapmaker) 08 36 Bill for survey to Lexington and Newtown Turnpike Company;  Also known as John Lutz Mansfield;
Lutz, John (eng and mapmaker) 10 86 Man of many parts, etc.;
Lyndhurst residence 09 78 Picture, with short account;
Lyndhurst residence 18 2 Old home of Judge Kinkead;
Lyon fire engine house 09 82 South Limestone Street; view and account;

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Subject Volume Page Description
Madison House (Ficklin) house 14 58 Joseph Ficklin house, High at South Limstone;  Jefferson Davis boarded here, etc.;
Madstones 09 54 Picture and story of John E. Richardson;
Madstones 13 90 Used to cure mad dog bites; story of where found, etc.;  [my sketch in Courier-Journal];
Magill, John 06 46 Photostat of title page of his Pioneer Emigrant, etc.;
Mail service, early 05 60 To Kentucky, described;
Mail service, early 05 64 Adventure in Lexington, 160 years ago;
Main Street Christian Church 16 5 View and short sketch;
Main Street Christian Church 17 12 Sketch and view;
Mammoth Cave of Kentucky 03 106 "Great cave in Warren County, Kentucky" in Niles Register, August 18, 1816;
Mammoth Cave of Kentucky 06 1 "A visit to Mammoth Cave", 1872;
Mammoth Cave of Kentucky 19 6 "The Mammoth Cave, Kentucky" [Illus. London News, March 1859];
Mammoth Cave of Kentucky 2? 36 Sketch about; from Niles Register, of August 24, 1816;
Man o' War (horse) 09 59 Story of horse, his funeral;
Man o' War (horse) 10 94 "The King is Dead";
Man o' War (horse) 12 69 Sketch of Will Harbut;
Man o' War (horse) 13 109 Laid to rest at Lexington, Kentucky;
Man o' War (horse) 15 52 Man O' War died at 30;
Man o' War (horse) 15 53 Man O' War's records;
Man o' War (horse) 15 54, 55 Man O' War is embalmed (with account of funeral);
Man o' War (horse) 17 34 Account of 30th birthday;
Man o' War (horse) 20 47, 48 Statue, by Haseltine, dedicated;
Man o' War (horse) 20 85 Statue dedicated October 16, 1948, with view of the work;
Mansfield, (Clay's son) house 10 63 View of;
Marihuana (Marijuana) license 20 81 To grow hemp during World War II (on Winburn Farm);
Marine Hospital 10 43 Louisville;
Marine Hospital 10 43 Notice of its closing, 1946;
Marine Hospital 11 35 View of (from Ballou's Pict'rl);
Marine Hospital 12 32 View on plate, etc. [Dr. Webb];
Marine Hospital 16 91 Mentioned in article by Lancaster;
Marine Hospital 17 110 Staffordshire plate with view, etc.;
Marine Hospital 18 50-51 Mentioned in article "Antiques";
Market House, first 06 85 First in Lexington;
Marriage - J.W. Coleman, Jr. 14 67 Return and minister's card;
Marriage licenses 05 83 Charlton Hunt to Rebecca Warfield;
Marriage licenses 06 5 Edward Payne to Mrs. Mariah Cassel [March 12, 1836];
Marriage licenses 06 6 David Sutton to Miss Juilet May;
Marriage licenses 06 7 [consent of Mary May to marriage];
Marriage licenses 06 8 Daniel M. Payne to Elizabeth Irvine;
Marriage licenses 06 9 [consent of William Irwin];
Marriage licenses 06 80 Henry B. Ingles to Eliabeth L. Bruen;
Marriage licenses 06 80 Thomas H. Clay to Mary Mentelle;
Marriage licenses 06 82 John W. Coleman to Louisa Sutton; [great, great grand father & mother];
Marriage licenses 06 83 David Lawson to Catherine May [sister of Mrs. D. Sutton];
Marriage licenses 06 83 George G. Boone to Susan Moore;
Marriage licenses 06 84 Sanford Keen to Martha Upshaw;
Marriage licenses 06 100 Daniel Bradford to Elizabeth Russell;
Marriage licenses 06 111 William L. Todd to Nelly Parker;
Marriage licenses 10 23 Elisha Warfield and Maria Barr;
Marriage licenses 14 67 Winston Coleman to Burnetta Mullen (Certificate of Marriage);
Marriage returns 06 81 Walter S. Payne to Maria L. Ingels;
Marriage returns 06 81 William C.P. Breckinridge to Issa Desha;
Marshall, Robert, Reverend, and the Pleasant Hill 33 15, 16 Academy (my story):  "Reverend Robert Marshall, Pioneer Preacher and Pedagogue, Left Imprint on State." Lexington Herald-Leader, June 10, 1956;
Martin's tavern 05 61 At Millersburg; history, etc.;
Martin-Tolliver feud 18 3, 4 Views, account of, etc.;
Marvin College 29 21, 22, 23 (At Clinton, Kentucky);
Mason County court-house 12 67 Burned:  August 13, 1909; original photo;
Mason County court-house 15 109 Picture story of; removal, etc.;
Masonic 02 78-79 Plan for 125th anniv. Celebration
Masonic 02 67 Fayette County Masonry, 1813-23
Masonic 02 69-70 founding of masonry in ky
Masonic 02 71-72 ante-bellum Freemasonry , work
Masonic 02 103 Freemasonry has long been associated with hist. of Lexington & Fayette county
Masonic 02 102 Lex. Masonry is 125 years old
Masonic 03 79 "The First Lodge" i.e. No. 1
Masonic 03 95 Masonic lodges in Paris, Bourbon County
Masonic 03 93 Seal, Good Samaritan Lodge, 174
Masonic 03 124-5 Past masters, lex. Lodge No. 1, picture
Masonic 03 127 Daviess Lodge #22, Seal
Masonic 06 65 Picture of present hall, (c1915)
Masonic 09 74 100 years old when Leader appeared, etc
Masonic 09 73 list of lodges in Lex. & Fayette
Masonic 13 74-77 Article on Indiana's Masonic background: Ky Freemasonry
Masonic 13 49,78 Grand Masonic Ball (fotostat)
Masonic 17 107 Diploma, Lex. Lodge 25, 1799
Masonic Hall, Grand 05 75 Picture with notes
Masonic Hall, Grand 07 72-3. History of and fire, aug 29, 1836
Masonic Hall, Grand 10 back cover photostat from copper plate in cornerstone
Masonic Hall, Grand 11 65 account of hall & fire, etc.
Masonic Hall, Grand 11 77 2nd G. Masonic hall, picture (1840-1891) 2nd in Lex.
Masonic Hall, Grand 14 17 Picture with notes
Masonic Hall, Grand 15 20 Picture with notes
Masonic Hall, Grand 16 25-6 The Grand Masonic Hall, Lex.
Masonic Hall, Grand 16 31-2 Typed accts. Of the fire
Masonic Hall, Grand 18 back cover cornerstone of 1824 hall (photo)
Masonic University - LaGrange 16 82 Picture and story, from my Historic Kentucky series (dec.-16-1951)
Maxwelton Place 23 3 Picture and sketch; being razed: (May, 1949)
Maysville, Ky. 06 85 scene on streets, civil war days
Maysville, Ky. 06 110 "Old Limestone, now Maysville, etc."
McAfee, in Mercer County 01 104 How named; history of;
McAfee, in Mercer County 23 48 Letter from General Robert B. McAfee, with signature;
McChord St. Presby Church 25 38, 39 Story and view of early plan by Lewinski;  Also known as Second Presby. Church;
McCoy, Neal 05 13 House of Russell Cave Road, near city limits; gunpowder mfgr, etc.;
McCoy, Neal 05 59 mentioned, in connection with the township of Granard,etc.;
McCracken, John (Villian) 06 99 "Beware of a Villian" - reward;
McCullough House 10 84 "àdates back to 1784", etc.;
McCullough House 11 42 Story of the oldest house in Lexington, etc.
McCullough House 25 36 Oldest house in Lexington, story and picture;
McDowell (Ephriam) 01 109 History and sketch of the monument by Doctor S. D. Gross;
McDowell (Ephriam) 03 36 View of his house, Danville;
McDowell, Samuel R. 19 95 (Kentucky port-painter)  Died: October 31, 1956.  Obituary from Louisville Times;
McGrathiana Horse Farm 32 31, 32 (Price McGrath - horseman) on Newtown Pike, Fayette County;
McGrathiana Horse Farm 32 33 Story of, with account of sale (by Brownie Leach);
McGrathiana Horse Farm 32 34, 35 History of, with pic of residence;
McMurtry, John (architect) 06 77 Marriage license, to Sarah A. Taylor [Dated: November 2, 1836];
McMurtry, John (architect) 06 76, 77 "John McMurtry, Lexington architect" [Lexington Herald, December 9, '34];
McNitt's Massacre 33 64-67 (or defeated camp) in Laurel County;
McVey, Frank LeRond 26 89, 90 (Obituary)  President, University of Kentucky, 1917-1940.  Died at Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, 11:05 P.M., Sunday, January 4th, 1953;
Meade, David 24 7 Original letter from Jos. Hamilton Daveiss, Dated: Chaumiere, Aug 31, 1811
Meade, David 24 11 Document in Meade's Handwriting & Signature: Oct. 21, 1805
Meadows, The 02 98 Dr. Elisha Warfield place, on east Loudoun Ave, City:
Meadows, The 17 50 History of (Lex. Land Marks)
Mechanical Hall, at Ashland 03 3 View of; at McDowell's, or old Henry Clay home "Ashland"
Mechanical Hall, at Ashland 09 30 View of , and sketch
Megowan's slave jail 11 77 Short & lime- photo
Melodeon Hall 17 31 View, at cor. Main & Upper Sts., (old adv. Of Norton & Fitch)
Melodeon Hall 22 101 View of adv of Hitchcock & Searles
Mentelle's Boarding School 15 40-41 Reputed school in Lexington
Mentelle's Boarding School 15 42-3 Burned before 1844
Mentelle's Boarding School 15 48-49 school still lost
Merrick Lodge Building 10 21 at Short and Lime, after fire, 1917; (orig. photo)
Metcalfe, "Stonehammer" Gov 09 40 Mentioned in article, with notes on Forest Retreat, etc.
Methodist Church, Old 17 12 on Church Street, Lexington (erected 1822)
Middlesboro 19 43-48 "Boom Town and Bust"; hist of, from Tennessee paper
Midway, Ky 01 109 how named, History, etc
Midway, Ky 05 128 History, Lexington & Ohio Railroad
Miles, Dr. Robt W 05 64 called the first Pres. Church, 1933
Miles, Dr. Robt W 10 24-25 death & obituary accounts (2)
Miles, Dr. Robt W 12 68 10th anniv; hist of 1st Pres ch;
Miley, Marion 09 64 3 men died for Miley murders, etc. (124 have died in Eddyville chair)
Military Monument 13 60 at Frankfort cemetery, view and sketch
Military Pass 15 99 Pass issued when Lexington was under military rule, the mob action in the Will Lockett case
Military Service Record 18 55 in R.M. Johnsons company, 1813, original document
Millersburg, Ky 03 95 "History of Millersburg"
Millersburg, Ky 16 15 history of
Mills, Water 08 13 Story of several in Fayette county
Milward, W. R. (undertaker) 06 36 funeral expenses for grandfather Walter S. Payne:1912
Milward, W. R. (undertaker) 06 54 funeral expenses , Mrs. J. A. Coleman, (grandmother Coleman)
Milward, W. R. (undertaker) 06 95 funeral bill for David S Coleman, (Grandfather Coleman); Mar 1891
Mint Julep 03 16 Receipt for and history of (Wood Dunlap)
Mint Julep 05 134 J. Soule Smith's receipt for
Monte Casino (church) 17 72 Smallest church, Covington
Monterey, Owen County 33 61-62 History of
Moore, Rev. James 01 25 Story of & Flute and Violin
Morehead, Gov. Chas S. 05 36 description if inaguration, etc.
Morgan, Col. Richard 01 85 Dies; Last of the Morgans Bros., brother of John H. Morgan
Morgan, Gen. John H 01 6 "The Morgan Family, Etc."
Morgan, Gen. John H 01 117 Life Sketch, by Mrs W.M. Bateman - death of, etc.
Morgan, Gen. John H 02 101 Acct of his death, etc: by a Tennessee editor
Morgan, Gen. John H 05 19-21 "A family of soilders
Morgan, Gen. John H 06 16-A "Gen. Morgan's Death"
Morgan, Gen. John H 06 60 notes on Morgan statue
Morgan, Gen. John H 07 76-77 story of death
Morgan, Gen. John H 08 27 Orig. Promisory note for slave dealing business in Lex.
Morgan, Gen. John H 08 62 Slave sale document, in Morgan's writing &signature
Morgan, Gen. John H 12 54-5 Morgan, raider, Freemason
Morgan, Gen. John H 14 82-3 Death and funeral in lexington (photostats)
Morgan, Gen. John H 15 37 Morgan's Mother, at Hopement
Morgan, Gen. John H 28 19 Marriage license & note from bride's mother
Morgan, Gen. John H 28 19 Original marriage license with signature
Morgan, Gen. John H 30 1--2 Morgan's raid through Indiana (Bogardus)
Morgan, Gen. John H 34 39-40 "General Morgan's Death
Morgan, Gen. John H 34 29-30 Birhtplace of Morgan, Sketch, (Huntsville Ala)
Morton High School 02 77 "Sixty students given diplomas", 1916
Morton High School 03 101 high school commencement, 1916
Morton High School 03 15 list of teachers in 1917
Morton High School 06 37 high school commencement, 1916
Morton High School 09 10 1916 class day exercises, etc.
Morton High School 14 56 front and rear views, razed 1940
Morton High School 15 20 class 1916, commencement program
Morton High School 17 109 cor. Short & Walnut; view, etc. (razed ca. 1940?)
Morton High School 20 58 list of graduates, class 1916
Morton High School 20 59 class day exercises, class 1916
Morton High School 20 59 view of Morton H. School. Etc.
Morton High School 20 60 Programme, class 1916
Morton, Judge J. R., residence 13 64 show, with short sketch
Mortonsville, Ky 01 66 How it got its name
Mortonsville, Ky 11 67 how this small place almost became the capital of Kentucky
Mount Hope (Gratz) house 05 36 in Gratz park; history of; known as Gratz House
Mt. Brilliant 02 56 house and history of (L.L. Haggin residence)
Mt. Horeb Presby. Church 12 35 Notice of fire: June 7, 1925 (burned)
Mt. Horeb Presby. Church 13 48 historical sketch
Mt. Horeb Presby. Church 16 back cover in Fayette county; destoyed by fire in 1928
Mt. Lebanon 09 108 Bourbon Co. Gov. Garrard home
Mt. Savage Iron furnace 09 21-23 picture and story
Mt. Sterling, Ky 01 110 how named; history of, etc.
Mud Meeting - house, Old 09 31 in Mercer county, sketch
Mud Meeting - house, Old 31 15 story & pictures, (Sue Thierman)
Muldrow house 13 2 in Woodford county; destroyed
Muldrow house 13 5 history of, with acct. of fire
Mulkey Meeting House 01 122 two newspaper views, etc., in Monroe Co., Ky.
Mulkey Meeting House 30 87 History of (C-J, 1929)
Mulligan, Judge James H. 08 6 Poem - "From Elkhorn down to Keene"; newspaper article
Mundy, Sue 18 53 story of hanging
Musgrove-Lawless killing 17 35 Famous murder trial, etc. in Barren County, 1847

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Subject Volume Page Description
Narcotic Farm 06 51-52 Near Lexington; Worlds First
Nation Carry A. (Hatchet Woman) 31 5--7 Died, June 9, 1911, buried in family plot, Belton Mo.
National Hotel 16 54-6 In Washington D.C., where Henry Clay Died, June 29, 1852, Story from Washington Sun
Negro 13 55 Baptizing, Lexington, 1890's
Negro 14 11 Original photograph, Negro Baptizing
Nelson County 06 3 Sketches of county history
Nelson County 13 40-2 old Nelson furnace, view, etc.
Nelson, James Poyntz 06 61 Dean of Civil Engnr, U.K. 1881, Letter from.
Nelson, William, Gen. U.S.A. 14 31 killed by Gen. Jeff C. Davis, in Galt House, Lousiville, 1862,
Nelson, William, Gen. U.S.A. 30 90-94 The killing of Bull Nelson. Two good articles in Filson Club Quarterly
Newport Lyceum 03 39 $ bill issued by; 1837
Newspaper Office 16 87 Interior view, Lancaster Central, Record About 1890
Newspapers, Newspapermen, etc. 03 1--3 "Ups and Downs of Lexington Newspapermen"
Nicholasville, Ky. 01 108 how named, history, etc.
Nicol (Nichol?), James H. 17 71 2nd Supt., Lexington Cemetery
Night Riders (tobacco) 02 83 in central Kentucky, etc.
Night Riders (tobacco) 28 73-78 THE NIGHT RIDERS (story in Farm Quarterly, March, 1954)
Night Riders (tobacco) 28 83-86 The Time of the Night Rider (Ruth M. Craig-Courier Journal)
North Middletown, Ky. 01 120 how named, sketch of etc, or "Swinneytown"
Northern Bank Building 09 110 Market & Short sts. Original photo, (ca. 1900)
Norwood, Jos. W. 02 1--31 Author of "Builders of Lexington" series of historical articles on history and times of the city, up to 1912
Notes, Promisory 08 27 by Lewis C. Robards and Gen John Hunt Morgan, in slave-trading business in Lexington, (3)
Nottnagel 14 48 old flour mill on Water Street

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O'Hara, Theodore 27 98-99 Ky. Poet; Soldier
Oil well, First 03 60 in Burkesville, Ky First
Old Captain 19 38240 Peter, old slave preacher; history of, etc.
Old Fellows Hall, Lex. 05 75 Picture and Notes, etc.
Old Fellows Hall, Lex. 09 81 view-Tipton & Alvord bill head
Old Fellows Hall, Lex. 11 65 Account of Fire, Jan. 15, 1886, Main and N. Broadway
Old Union Christian Church 09 16 at Loradale, Russell Cave Pike
Orphan Home 12 20 History of, Sketch
Owen County 12 83 picture of court house, 1850
Owen County 18 63 hist. of, in newspaper article; "Sweet Owen" etc.
Owings Col. Thos D. 15 78 Picture, Bourbon Furnace, near Owingsville
Owings Col. Thos D. 17 17 furnace, or "Bourbon Furnace" Near Owingsville, etc.
Owings House 17 16-17 at Owingsville, history & several views, etc.
Owsley, Gov. William 15 29 Sheriff's Certificate, 1847
Oxen 05 132 Shoeing; Pic, Wolfe County, 1892

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Subject Volume Page Description
Paint Lick Cemetery 29 81 Garrard County
Paris, Kentucky 25 28 Historical Sketch, etc.
Paroquet Springs (Bullitt County) 33? 41 Account of the "Unknown Grave" here, she was in life Miss Alice Buford and he was Chester Scott.  He was klilled in a skirmish near Vera Cruz, Mexico, March 29,1847.
Parvin, Thomas 20 57 Early Ky printer, with Bradford
Patterson Log Cabin 05 111 History of, with notice, etc.
Patterson Log Cabin 08 18-19 First house in Lexington, Story about, Built by Robt. Patterson
Patterson Log Cabin 12 60-61 Removal From Dayton, O., back to Lex; (First house built in Lexington)
Pawnbroker's Sale 02 49 Original broadside, Jan 2, 1862, James A. Harper
Payne, Daniel McCarty 06 30 Document, signature, etc.
Payne, Daniel McCarty 06 63 Application to erect a dam
Payne, Edward House, (Anchor & Hope Farm) 25 33 on Sandersville & Greendale Pikes
Payne, Edward House, (Anchor & Hope Farm) 25 33 Home of Great-Great Grandfather Payne
Payne, Maria Ingels (Grandmother) 06 68 Wedding Invitation, card, etc.
Payne, Maria Ingels (Grandmother) 06 81 Marriage Return
Payne, Walter S. (Grandfather) 06 68 Invitation to wedding, Calling card, etc.
Payne, Walter S. (Grandfather) 06 81 Marriage Return
Pearson & Clark Grocery 10 111 Site, now By Purcells; view;
Pendleton County 01 15 Falmouth, Early history
Pendleton County 10 52-53 Pioneer forts sacked by Byrd (Bird)
Pennington, Alonzo 25 1--23 Story about: 21 installments in Hopkinsville paper, Pennington wasthe No. 1 "Bad Man" of Christian County, Ky, in 1830-1840 period.
Perryville Battle Field 02 97 dedicate shaft; Oct. 1931
Perryville Battle Field 03 74 Monument and view, old soldiers
Perryville Battle Field 06 110 Battle- 72 years ago (1934)
Perryville Battle Field 13 15-17 Battle of Perryville, Joe Creason in C-J, Oct. 9, 1949, Best Account
Peyton House, Old 15 80 in Jessamine County, near Valley View; Burned: Mar 6, 1949
Peyton House, Old 21 17 In Historic Kentucky Series
Peyton House, Old 21 17 Notice of Fire, etc.
Phi Alpha Theta 24 23 National History Fraternity, Tau Chapter, UK. Made an honorary member, April 29,1952
Phi Alpha Theta 29 Back Cover Membership Card, National Honorary History Fraternity
Philippe, Louis 06 11 "Bardstown believers", (Time Magazine, July, 1934)
Phoenix Hotel 01 27 Civil War Script, $1.00
Phoenix Hotel 03 101 "Phoenix Hotel rich in history"
Phoenix Hotel 05 6 100 year History of
Phoenix Hotel 05 13 Original bill to D.S. Coleman, 1867
Phoenix Hotel 18 27-8 History of, etc.
Phoenix Hotel 19 66-67 153 year history of, (Views)
Phoenix Hotel 20 66 Fire of 1879
Phoenix Hotel 27 7 4 views, showing old buildings & new one
Pine Grove (old House), (Stands On Lex-Leestown Pike) 14 90 Also known as "old Humphreys Place" an ante-bellum brick house, later stuccoed
Pioneer Stations, etc. 01 7 claimed by 2 counties
Pioneers, early Kentucky 03 63-5 "Pioneer Times in Garrard County", By Samuel M. Wilson
Pioneers, early Kentucky 05 74-5 river battle, between Indians and pioneers, related in old paper, etc
Pioneers, early Kentucky 12 93 Rev. Soldiers; pioneer graveyards, buried in Fayette County, etc.
Pioneers, early Kentucky 21 41 Some unmarked pioneers graves, (in Fayette County)
Pioneers, medical of Ky 01 108 Article by Dr. Arch Barkley
Pisgah Academy (Kentucky Academy) 12 59 Inscription of marker, etc. (Sons of Revolution)
Pleasant Hill Academy (Fayette County) 33 15-16 and the Rev. Robert Marshall
Police Department in old days 01 90 Police department
Pope, Senator John 03 73 description of house on Grosvenor Ave., city
Portland Canal 09 92-4 at Louisville; pictures & story
Portraits, Courthouse 06 107 "Old Portraits Grace Court" List, Restoration, etc.
Portraits, Courthouse 11 65 List of oil portraits lost when the Fayette County court-house burned in Lexington, May 14, 1897
Portraits, Courthouse 16 24 portraits, list of, in courthouse, restored in 1937
Portraits, Courthouse 19 53 Portraits, each illustrated, with story of.
Post Office (Federal Building) 03 114 permit issued for: Amt of job: Sept. 1930
Post Office, Old 08 20 Account , when first built
Post Office, Old 08 38 Account and history of back to 1790- pix showing top of building.
Post Office, Old 09 107 original photo, ca. 1905
Post Office, Old 13 108 History, with acct of razing of old building, 1941, etc. (Main and Walnut sts.)
Postlethwait's Tavern (Postlewaite's) 07 30 history of, famous old inn and tavern; since 1820 the Phoenix Hotel
Postlethwait's Tavern (Postlewaite's) 07 ?50,83 sketch and History
Postlethwait's Tavern (Postlewaite's) 24 1 Tavern; Drawing & sketch
Pot of gold 05 39 hidden in Lexington by Mr. Christy (Never found)
Power Houses 09 80 early ones in Lexington; Story (also: Lexington Utilities)
Powers, Caleb N/A N/A Died Jul. 25, 1932. obituary pasted in back of his book: My Own Story., Tried as an acesory to the murder of Gov-elect William Goebel, who was killed Jan. 30, 1900, at Frankfort.
Pratt Rev. William M. 05 117 Preaches King Solomon Funeral
Pratt Rev. William M. 05 117 excerpts from his diary. Etc.
Prentice, George D. 13 62-4 Article on, with letter shown: By Wm. H. Townsend
Press, early in Kentucky 05 22-3 history of, with sketches of editors and publishers
Preston, Wm. Home (Glendower) 02 96-97 history of; as "old Wickliffe place" (Glendower)
Preston, Wm. Home (Glendower) 08 69 Preston Place (Glendower) (view & History of) 1942
Preston, Wm. Home (Glendower) 18 57 at 2nd & Jefferson sts.
Preston, Wm. Home (Glendower) N/A N/A also called "Glendower" Razed 1941
Price, Gen. Samuel W. 12 1 Ky painter, notice about
Price, Gen. Samuel W. 12 55 notice of my article about
Price, John F., House 13 105 Demolished 1946 for tobacco whse, Near W. Main St. Viaduct
Princess Moving Picture Show 06 105 One of earliest in city; Picture
Protestant Infirmary- (White Cottage) 14 Back Cover Farmer Deweese house, Original picture (Good Samaritan Hospital)
Protestant Infirmary- (White Cottage) 15 30 picture. The Protestant infirmary or later the old Good Samaritan Hospitial was started in farmer Deweese house, razed about 1939-40
Protestant Infirmary- (White Cottage) 17 45-6 (Good Samaritan Hospital) History of, views.
Protestant Infirmary- (White Cottage) 18 2 short acct of.  (Good Samaritan Hospital)
Providence Presbyterian Church, new 15 28 Mercer County, at McAfee; History of; with pen and ink drawing, etc.
Quantrill, Wm. C. (Civil War Guerilla) 14 42 acct. of exploits; Shot in Simpson County, Ky. May 10, 1865; died in Louisville Military Prison on June 6, 1865
Quantrill, Wm. C. (Civil War Guerilla) 32 8--11 Story and Pictures, Story in C-J, by Joe Creason

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Subject Volume Page Description
Race Horses 01 54 early racing in Kentucky
Race Horses 15 8 Whirlaway, succeeds Man of War
Race Horses 17 48-9 Kentucky Horses, by Andrews
Race Horses 17 52 Lexington, Famous horse
Race Horses 20 44-6 major sport in Lexington
Race Horses 20 47-48 Statues on Horse Farms
Race Horses 24 86 sales and races
Race Horses 29 13 Race Horse statues & Graveyards; Black Toney
Race Horses 24? 37-39 race horse cemeteries
Race Tracks, old 09 40-41 old private race tracks in Fayette
Race Tracks, old 16 44 Frist in Kentucky, in Lexington
Rafinesque, Constantine S. 02 44 "First Experiment Station in Kentucky"
Rafinesque, Constantine S. 05 91 botanic garden, east Main Street
Rafinesque, Constantine S. 10 85 Tomb, at Transylvania University
Railroads 07 29 L&N to drop historical run
Railroads 14 55 Ky & South Atlantic (engine)
Railroads 16 17 views of Kentucky Trains
Railroads 18 28-31 "Ghost Trains" abandoned, Kentucky short Line Railroads
Railroads 22 78-79 High Ball Sign
Railroads 29 1--3 Eastern Kentucky Railroad, Built in 1866
Raisin Battle 05 56 "Remember the Raisin" Battle, etc.
Ramsier, John (Miniature Port-painter) 31 16-19 of Louisville, Ky
Read, Opie 07 53 Novelist, author - death notice, etc.
Red River Iron Works 16 4 Advertisement of 1817
Redd, "Dick", Col. 01 41 colorful Confederate veteran, Obituary, Life story, etc.
Redd, "Dick", Col. 01 103 Life story and obituary from Lexington Herald, 1932
Regimetal Orders (broadside) 10 65 with George Trotter, Jr., Lt col.
Republican Meeting House 15 72 story about; in Fayette Co.
Richmond, Ky. 01 108 How Named, history, etc.
Richmond, Ky. 09 36 battle of, short sketch
Richmond, Ky. 23 32-3 Battle of Richmond (by Dorris)
Richmond, Ky. 39 13-15 Battle of Richmond & letter, (Richmond Daily Register)
Ridgely, Dr. Frederick house 15 7 at Second and Market; history of
River Boats (steamboats) 23 68-9 Death on the River: accident near Warsaw, Ky.
Road Markers 15 8 old iron Lex-Maysville Sign
Robards, Lewis C. 08 27 2 original promisory notes, for slave dealing business in Lexington
Robards, Lewis C. 09 69 Slave jail N. Broadway; site of Peerless Laundry Co.; Dr. Coyle office
Robards, Lewis C. 28 34 story of old slave jail, and key to building, old negro holding key to jail
Robertson, George (Judge) 15 23-26 "Lincoln and "Old Buster" from Lincoln Herald, 1944
Robinson, Camp Dick 03 43 at Hoskins Cross Roads, in Garrard County; Civil War recruiting grounds estb'd 1861
Roche, James M. 05 81 life story and obituary; died May 7, 1942
Roche, James M. 08 47-8 story of, by Rena Niles
Roche, James M. 13 106 story about on 80th birthday with his friends; Holley portrait recovered.
Rokeby Hall 14 46 High & Mill Sts- Robertson home, (Lex. Landmarks)
Rothert, Otto A. 03 7 photo, sketch, etc. 1927
Rothert, Otto A. 10 61 Drawing of
Rothert, Otto A. 11 51 Sketch of
Rothert, Otto A. 16 68-71 Story of,10 pictures, etc (by Paul Hughes, in C-J) 12/7/52
Rothert, Otto A. 16 72 Brief Obituary (Died March 28, 1956 in Greenville, Ky, buried: Huntingburg, Ind)
Rothert, Otto A. 16 72-74 history and obituaries
Rowan- Chambers Duel 09 42-3 At Bardstown, Ky., 1801,(Story by Ben Johnson from Kentucky Standard, Oct. 9, 1941
Rowan- Chambers Duel 22 106-7 "Dead Shots Lived Longest in Duel Days" (Short notice of this duel)
Ruddell's Station 14 80 Pioneer Station, in Harrison Co.
Ruddles Mills 03 91 history of
Ruddles Mills 09 66 in Bourbon County, History of
Russell, J. map of Kentucky 02 35 reproduction of the Russell map, London, Dec, 1794

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Subject Volume Page Description
Salt Works (Pioneer) 20 91 Described in Bullitt County
Sanders, Col. Lewis 11 88-89 town of Sandersville, in Fayette County, etc.
Sanders, Rev, Robert Stuart 13 19 retired Presbyterian minister & historian
Sandlin, Willie 20 69 Hero, from Ky, War I, with John Shell; Congressional Medal of Honor winner
Santa Anna, Gen. 07 60 Mexican General visits Lexington; treated by Dr. Dudley
Sayre College 02 82 rare antiques at; Barlow's planetarium, etc. David Sayre founder
Sayre College 03 65 short history of
Sayre College 06 82 receipt for tuition, 1862
Sayre College 06 104 receipt for tuition, 1864
Sayre, David bank 06 38 article and view of
Sayre, David bank 18 8 view of, in 1890s
Science Hill School 20 3 Story about; history
Scott, Gen. Charles 05 11 house on Kentucky River, at Scott's Landing, etc.
Scott, Gen. Charles 06 35 4th Gov. of Kentucky; soldier
Scott, Gen. Charles 28 10--11 Story of his house, with drawing, from Woodford Sun
Scott, Joel 18 45 Warden of Penitentiary, where Beauchamp spent the night; view of his house in Frankfort
Second Presbyterian Church 06 5 bill for pew rent,1857
Second Presbyterian Church 07 79 group of pastors pictures
Second Presbyterian Church 09 89 "Church Destroyed by Fire", May 22, 1917
Second Presbyterian Church 10 55 original photo; burned 1917
Second Presbyterian Church 15 2 picture and sketch, etc.
Second Presbyterian Church 20 7 picture and sketch, fire, etc.
Second Presbyterian Church 25 40-41 an historical account of McChord Church, or 2nd Presby. Church
Shakers, "Shakertown" 01 120 history of Shakers in Mercer Co.
Shakers, "Shakertown" 12 8--9 "The Kentucky Shakers" article
Shakers, "Shakertown" 20 83 "Shaker Sectà extinct 15 years ago"
Shakertown 03 99 old Shaker house burned, May 1932
Shakertown 06 96 History of Shakertown, by Mrs. McVey
Shakertown 07 43 Story of Pleasant Hill, the Shakers, etc, with views of their buildings in Mercer County
Sharp, Col. Solomon P. 17 70 Floor plan of his house, in Frankfort, where he was assasinated on Nov. 7th 1825
Sharp, Col. Solomon P. 18 77 Sharp document and signature
Sharp, Col. Solomon P. 23 11--12 See: Kentucky Whig acct of the tragedy:6/1/1826
Shelby, Gov. Isaac 02 51 inauguration of, 1792
Shelby, Gov. Isaac 03 36 view of Travellers (Traveler's) Rest
Shelby, Gov. Isaac 03 36 First Governor's Mansion
Shelby, Gov. Isaac 03 79 Medal to Shelby, War of 1812
Shelby, Gov. Isaac 05 15 notice of his early election; inauguration in Lex. etc., 1792
Shelby, Gov. Isaac 30 15-16 Honor for a hero
Shelby, Lafayette 20 54-55 account of trial, result, etc., photostat-Frankfort Commonwealth, July 21, 1846
Shelby, Lafayette 23 98-103 Commonwealth vs. Shelby, in Ky. State Bar Journal, June, 1953
Shell, John ("Uncle John") 14 17 "Oldest Man in World
Sherley, Douglas 01 114 sketch and obituary; died 1917
Shingled house 11 85 first in Kentucky
Shippingport 13 98-99 near Louisville; Tarascon Bros. etc.
Shippingport 24 94--98 Story of Shippingport, with color drawing
Showboats 17 10--12 River, on Ohio & Kentucky rivers
Shryock, Cincinnatus 06 22 mention in Jay Jay article
Shryock, Cincinnatus 33 84-87 Story of Life, with pictures, by Sue Thierman
Shryock, Gideon 05 118-19 "Shryock begins career"
Shryock, Gideon 20 84 designs self-supporting stairway; old Capitol, Frankfort
Shryock, Gideon 24 82-83 history of, with portraits of Gideon & Cincinnatus Shryock
Shryock, Matthias 12 86 tomb, in old Episcopal Cemetery, on east Third Street, etc.
Shryock, Matthias 24 82-83 picture of tomb; short account, (in connection with story of Gideon & Cincinnatus)
Shryock, Matthias 26 88 Story about & view of tomb, from Lex. Herald, 9/7/1953
Sigma Nu Fraternity 06 back Cover photo of my membership certificate
Silversmiths, early Ky 10 87 general account and history of
Skillman, Dr. H. M. 02 80 portrait and sketch of: 1900
Skinner, Henry (Slave) 06 34 Drafted in U.S. Army, in Civil War; Slavery
Slave Jail. Old 12 17 on West Main Street, view, etc.
Slave Rental Contracts (originals) 06 108 handwritten contracts; slavery
Slave Rental Contracts (originals) 13 110 handwritten contracts; slavery
Slave Rental Contracts (originals) 17 87-90 Seven handwritten contracts; slavery
Slave Rental Contracts (originals) 22 2,4,6,18,21,22,25,27,28,29,31,33,36-39 In John W Coleman papers; slavery
Slavery Times in Ky 08 70-110 book reviews, notices of my book
Slaves and Slavery 06 108 slave rental contract (Orig); 1837
Slaves and Slavery 06 97 Deed of Emancipation (Sutton); 1850
Slaves and Slavery 08 68 Original Slave sale bill (Patton)
Slaves and Slavery 09 69 Robards Slave Jail, N. Broadway
Slaves and Slavery 09 61 old Mercer Co. Slaves
Slaves and Slavery 09 61 Notice of slave sale
Slaves and Slavery 13 33 record of slave sale, Reed, 1834
Slaves and Slavery 13 38 my exhibit at the U of Ky library
Slaves and Slavery 13 110 slave rental contract 1838
Slaves and Slavery 20 90 Kentucky colony in Liberia. Etc.
Slaves and Slavery 20 85 Orig. Slave Sale bill, Lex. 1860
Sleet scene 20 82 at 2nd & Broadway, Dec. 26, 1890. 1st Presbyterian Church shown, etc.
Slickaway (Ft. Spring) 24 88-89 history of, with pic of old stone tavern, also called Ft. Spring; Donerail
Smith, J. Soule  (pseud. "Falcon") 05 134 Receipt for mint julep; etc. with mention of Cobb, etc
Snake Handlers 13 10--12 in Ky. Mountians; article, views, etc.
Social Security Card 31 back cover 403525485, Feb/17/56, Winston Coleman, Russell Cave Road, R.R.3, Lexington Ky
Society for Useful Knowledge 15 83 founded in Lex., 1787; Revived in 1949 by Townsend, Clark, Coleman, Combs, Staples, Pics. of 6 men
Sodom, Ky 06 22 history of village in Woodford Co.
Sodom, Ky 13 13 history of village etc.
Sodom, Ky 17 60 village of, short sketch
Soldiers Retreat 15 13-16 old Richard C. Anderson home near Louisville, history, etc.
Somerset Christian Church 03 54 at Mt. Sterling, 104 years old
Sons of the Revolution 02 77 Sons of the Rev. to honor Washington
Sons of the Revolution 11 52 50th anniversary etc.
Sousa, John Philip 03 72 Describes many notables that came to Lexington in early days; musicians, band players, etc.
South Elkhorn Christian Church 13 4 in Fayette County; history of, with sketch
Southern Literary Messenger 08 64-7 March, 1941. Clement Eaton's article about me: Kentucky Colonel- New Vintage
Southern Railroad 03 20 "Bluegrass Special" last run, July, 24, 1932
Southern Railroad 04 103 old Passenger Depot, Lexington: Newspaper picture, Burned Feb 7, 1906, (night, sub-zero)
Southern Railroad 20 72-73 Hist of building of Cincinnati Southern
Spanish American War 02 81 war camps, in and around Lexington, Weil & Lansing farms used
Spanish American War 07 N/A Camp in Lexington during war
Sportsman's Hill 03 4 view of house; description of; with notice of Col. Whitley
Sportsman's Hill 07 6, 53 see under Col. Wm. Whitley house and race track, etc.
Sportsman's Hill 25 51-53 Story of race track, view of, from Courier Journal
Squire, The, of Winburn Farm 28 100-103 C-J, Jan 2, 1955, by Sue Thierman
Squire, The, of Winburn Farm 30 34-37 by Sue Thierman, C-J, Jan. 2, 1955
St. Francis Catholic Church 30 21-22 "Oldest Catholic Church in Kentucky, Erected 1813, (At White Sulphur, Scott County)
St. Joseph's Hospital 03 94 short history of; Goodloe home
St. Nicholas Hotel 10 63 view and short acct. of; built by C.D. Wilgus
St. Nicholas Hotel 14 45 "St. Nicholas hotel building"
St. Nicholas Hotel 16 13 as rival to Phoenix Hotel with lengthy acct. of; First theater in Lex.
St. Peter's Catholic Church 07 38 History of; N. Limestone St.
St. Peter's Catholic Church 13 32 composite drawing, with notes
St. Tammany Society 19 1 history of, Lexington with view of building, etc., Lexington Landmarkes
Stage- Coach 03 115 "Last stage- coach in central Kentucky"
Stage- Coach 03 6 Last in central Kentucky, to Versailles
Stage- Coach 05 59 Last stage-coach in central Kentucky
Stage- Coach 05 59 "noted stage- route tavern"
Stage- Coach 05 84 early stage-coach lines in Ky
Stage- Coach 05 130 A.W. Gaines way-bill, 1842 (Orig)
Stage- Coach 05 131 routes and schedules; etc.
Stage- Coach 06 89 old driver wounded by Indians
Stage- Coach 06 91 view of stage coach on bridge, J.C. Burton, Driver
Stage- Coach 06 92-93 original way-bill; 1841
Stage- Coach 13 101 Monticello- Burnside stage line
Stage- Coach 18 back Cover orig. photo at Monticello, Ky
Standing Stone 20 31 Rock and Indian villiage, near Piqua, Ohio
Stanford 01 15 early history
Stanley, Camp 01 39 on Versailles Rd., during World War I, site of Burberry farm
Staples, Charles R. 02 36-37 Important Dates in Lexington History
Staples, Charles R. 02 43 First Inauguration Day
Staples, Charles R. 02 62-66 Town Fathers of Lexington
Staples, Charles R. 03 9--10 In the Old Days, early racing; article signed by Bushrod Boswell (Staples)
Staples, Charles R. 05 93 questions, early Lexington
Staples, Charles R. 11 38 Story of, by Rena Niles
Staples, Charles R. 13 95-97 Dropped Stitches in Lex. History
Staples, Charles R. 15 92-93 story of Lexington chuches, with photo
Staples, Charles R. 23 42 obituary
State Bird, Kentucky (Adopted: Dec. 20, 1792) 34 15 State Bird (Ky Cardinal)
State Flag, Kentucky (Adopted: Dec. 20, 1792) 34 15 State Flag
State Flower and Tree, Kentucky (Adopted: Dec. 20, 1792) 34 15 State Flower and Tree
State House, Early 03 41 in Frankfort; home of Maj. James Love, State house in 1793; view
State House, Early 03 43 Second permanent house, 1814-16
State House, Early 03 126 Third permanent house, 1829, Present one 1949
State Seal, Kentucky (Adopted: Dec. 20, 1792) 34 15 State Seal
Steamboats 17 8 City of Louisville, des of
Steamboats 17 14 DeSoto, originally Golden Crown
Steamboats 17 14 Morning Star, Civil War item
Steamboats 17 111 Ben Franklin
Steamboats 35 34-35 Steamboats on Kentucky River, By Mrs. Darnell
Stone Tavern, Bardstown 06 78 History and Origin, Talbott Inn
Stoneleigh 22 81 old Webb place, on Greendale Pike
Story Tellers 29 67-71 "The Land where Laughs are Born"; Sat. Eve Post, Dec. 17-1955
Story Tellers 31 9--14 Sat. Eve Post, Dec-17-1955
Stowe, Mrs. Harriet B 17 36-43 acct of her life & Ky connections; my history from Lincoln Herald
Stowe, Mrs. Harriet B 24 8--10 "Uncle Tom's Cabin & Its Ky Links, My story; Woodford Sun 4/21/49
Street Cars 03 75 Horse Drawn, Louisville, 1880's
Street Cars 03 74 Old Lex. City Cars; at barn
Street Cars 06 87 First Electric in Lexington, View
Street Cars 08 14-17 Last run in Lexington, Busses take over, 1938
Sumner's Forest 12 84 in Woodford County, history of
Sutton , Geo W. 06 97 emancipation of slaves, deed of; slavery
Sutton, David 05 66 Design for Fayette court-house
Sutton, David 06 47 bill for work on Henry's Mill pike, rendered Sept 26, 1836
Sutton, David 06 62 rental contract for slave, 1833; slavery
Sutton, David 09 67 court document, Sutton & Son, etc.
Sutton, David 09 87 Leavy's recollection of; article, Register, Ky Hist Soc.
Sutton, David 12 78 Advertisement of Boswell & Sutton, etc.
Sutton, David 14 44 Letter, over suit for slave rental; slavery
Sutton, Dr. W. L. 20 88-9 of Georgetown; antebellum Ky physician; resp. for first vital stats law
Sutton, Juliet 05 65 funeral notice (my great, grandmother) in 1858
Swift House 06 31 view from air, 1934
Swift House 19 4 Home of Dr. Lyman Beecher Todd
Swift Silver Mines 07 50 story of reputed John Swift's silver mines
Swift Silver Mines 28 41 Story of Johnathan Swift and his mines
Swift Silver Mines 37 23 reputed to be in Estill County
Swiss Colony 25 75-76 at Bernstadt
Swope- Goodloe Duel 12 95 Short Account
Symnes, John Cleves 19 82-83 Purchase of land, later the site of Cincinnati, (Losantiville)

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Subject Volume Page Description
Tattersall's Horse Barn 20 61 on S. Broadway; famed sale for thoroughbred horses, stock sales
Tavern Keepers 06 19 in Lex. and Fayette County, 1837, names are listed
Tavern License 05 139 David Johnson, 1857
Tavern License 06 29 J. Postlethwait, 1828
Tavern License 06 29 Luke Usher, 1820, sign of "DonÆt give up the Ship"
Tavern License 06 19 List of all Tavern Keepers,1837
Tavern License 06 59 John Fowler, Fowlers Garden
Tavern License 06 104 Alex C. Franklin, Fayette County
Tavern License 09 86 Mathurin Giron, 1828
Tavern License 13 8 J. Postlethwait, 1828
Tavern License 13 8 Luke Usher, 1820, sign of "DonÆt give up the Ship"
Tavern License 13 50 List of all Tavern Keepers,1844
Tavern License 16 18 Richard Chiles, Chilesburg
Tavern License 19 8 Richard Chiles, Chilesburg
Tavern Rates 06 45 in Lexington, May, 1837, original doc.
Taverns 12 97-101 old, in Lexington, (some of the oldest)
Tax Receipts 05 93 1849 personal tax receipt, Lex., Samuel M. Wallace
Taylor- Harrison Duel 15 91 this duel was fought on Sept-6-1845, in Garrard County, Ky.
Team Pulling Contests 11 80 handbill
Tempest & Sunshine 28 51 additional data on Tempest & Sunshine, facts by Walter S. Hendren, of Nicholasville
Tempest & Sunshine 30 18 Tempest & Sunshine (Ky. Novel) story of Tempest- Mrs Bettie Singleton Robinson
Ten Broeck (Race Horse) 22 102 story about, with grave picture (also; John Harper, etc.)
Terraces, The 30 63 P. Swigert home, Frankfort
Thames, Battle of 01 71-73 with notices of Col. Richard M. Johnson, etc.
Theatres, opera houses, etc. 03 116 Lex., as one night stand, etc
Theatres, opera houses, etc. 20 20 Early ones in Lexington
Theatres, opera houses, etc. 23 21 Early opera in Lexington (Staples)
Theatres, opera houses, etc. 28 42-44 Early theatre in Louisville
Thigum Thu Club 07 92 story about, with references to old Jim Roche, the president
Thompson- Davis Murder, 1883 39 9--11 Phil Thompson killed Walter H. Davis in Cincinnati in 1883- both of Harrodsburg, Ky
Thorn Hill (Cash Clay House) 01 25 Sketch of
Thorn Hill (Cash Clay House) 12 88 now Duncan park, Limestone & 5th, history of, Cash Clay, etc.
Thorn Hill (Cash Clay House) 19 11 account and history of
Thousandsticks 01 112 how named; hist of
Three (Four) Seasons Hotel 20 70 near Middlesboro Ky
Tippling House 06 17-A warrant for arrest, Lex. 1837
Tippling House 09 12 H. Gilbert indicted for running, in Fayette County
Tippling House 6? 39 in Fayette county
Tobacco 01 89 sold in Louisville in 1890s
Tobacco 03 49 short history of, in Bluegrass
Tobacco 09 62 tobacco field, Winburn Farm, looking toward Penn bros
Tobacco 28 56-60 history of in Ky., river warehouses, etc.
Todd, Dr. Lyman B., House 15 31 site of present Calvary Bap. Ch. also known as Swift house, Dr Todd was buried in Lexington cemetery on May 15, 1902
Todd, Gen. Levi 05 137 document, in re: Henry Clay's judgement, etc., signed by Clay
Todd, Gen. Levi 09 83 court document, signature
Todd, Gen. Levi 14 65 document, with Dan'l M. Payne
Todd, Mary birthplace 17 31 view & short sketch
Todd, Robert S. 06 21 power of attorney, original
Todd, Robert S. 06 21 note of Todd, May, 1838
Todd, Robert S. 06 86 note, power of attorney
Toll-Gates, Toll-roads 05 17 toll gate raiders; interviews
Toll-Gates, Toll-roads 06 22 "Freeing Fayette's toll roads"
Toll-Gates, Toll-roads 07 80 history of in Bluegrass
Toll-Gates, Toll-roads 12 73 original photo, on H'burg pike
Toll-Gates, Toll-roads 17 33 Drawing, sketch, etc., from my book
Tombstone Inscriptions 27 60-62 story by Sue Thierman, in C-J, pictures
Townsend, John Wilson 17 47 story by Rena Niles, with port
Townsend, Wm. H. 05 119 review of book; Lincoln & Liquor
Townsend, Wm. H. 09 6--8 "Coleman Writes of W. H. Townsend"
Townsend, Wm. H. 11 55 Townsend, Wm. H.
Townsend, Wm. H. 11 70-73 Recieves Litt. D. Dregree from L.M.U. at Harrogate, Tenn.
Townsend, Wm. H. 13 1 snap shot at picnic (May, 1941)
Townsend, Wm. H. 15 44-7 "A Kentucky Lincolnian" by me, (Lincoln Herald,1943)
Transylvania College 01 81-82 hist of, by J. Daniels
Transylvania College 02 74 Trustees, Killed by Indians
Transylvania College 03 6 old buildiing, in Gratz Park
Transylvania College 03 129 "Historic Transylvania College"
Transylvania College 05 7 view of old building; Gratz Park
Transylvania College 05 96 hist, with several views
Transylvania College 05 115 confers hon degree on Lafayette
Transylvania College 12 1 hist of, by L. A. Brown
Transylvania College 14 21 Tran College founded, 1783
Transylvania College 27 90 Centennial Celebration, Jan-1-1899
Transylvania College 28 87 old buidlings, 1816-1829
Transylvania Medical College 01 19 hist by. Dr. Arch Barkley
Transylvania Medical Hall, old 07 54 Present Y.M.C.A. building, etc. history of the old medical hall, etc. with view
Transylvania Medical Hall, old 13 67 history of, with view of building
Trappist Monastery 09 76--77 history of, with view
Trappist Monastery 09 14 100th anniversary celebration
Trappist Monastery 18 9--12 "Silence in the Ky Hills"
Trappist Monastery 18 8 article on Yule time
Trappist Monastery 19 32 Gethsemani, sketch
Trappist Monastery 24 12 100th anniversary celebration
Travellers Rest 03 36 view of, etc.
Travellers Rest 12 31 photos by Cass Shelby (3), burned Sept, 1905
Travellers Rest 18 5 home of Gov. I. Shelby
Travelling Church 19 102-104 history of & 2 Pictures, C. R. Staples
Treasury Warrants 01 83 to Thomas Thompson,1786
Treasury Warrants 01 91 to James Coleman, 1783
Treasury Warrants 01 91 to Benjamin Johnson, 1781
Treasury Warrants 01 127 to Jacob Saren, 1779
Treasury Warrants 02 100 to David Jameson,1783
Treasury Warrants 09 75 to James Clark, 1782
Treasury Warrants 09 84 to James Pattsone,1780
Treasury Warrants 09 84 to John W. Clenen,1780
Treasury Warrants 09 102 to Tillman Huffman,1782
Treasury Warrants 10 19 to Richard Peters, 1779
Treasury Warrants 10 21 to James Clark, 1782
Treasury Warrants 2? 100 to Edward Stephens,1779
Trots, Lexington 31 22 short history of, 80th anniversary
Trotter, Gen. George R. tomb 10 65 Military (regimental) muster, a broadside, 1810
Trotter, Gen. George R. tomb 14 28 "Trotter Tomb covered. . .",  Lexington Landmarks
Trotter, Gen. George R. tomb 18 68 Indian Mound, as tomb
Trotter, Gen. George R. tomb 20 62 Indian mound, as Trotter tomb, same as vol.18, p.68
Trotter, Gen. George R. tomb 30 65 Removal of bones from Trotter vault
Troye, Edward 27 56-57 horse painter, with horses painted
Troye, Edward 37 3--4 story of, with pictures, C-J, 5/5/57
True American, Office 09 82 N. Mill Street; account of
Truman, Pres. Harry 09 14 3rd Pres to visit Lexington
Trustees, early, of Lexington 05 86 taxes, hogs, horse racing, etc., data on early Lexington
Trustees, early, of Lexington 5? 1 Trustees, early, of Lexington
Turnpike, Bluegrass 01 28 25 cent Civil War script
Turnpike, Bluegrass 02 73 turnpike Certificates (orig)
Turnpike, Bluegrass 05 65 Rich-Lex turnpike script (10 cents)
Turnpike, Bluegrass 07 7 mss contract, of J.W.C.
Turnpike, Bluegrass 09 5 Lex-Newtown stock certificate
Turnpike, Bluegrass 09 86 Winchester-Lex stock certificate
Turnpike, Bluegrass 10 38 turnpike Certificate (orig), to my grandfather; Lexington & Newtown
Turnpike, Bluegrass 12 77 turnpike Certificates (orig); Lexington & Newtown
Turnpike, Bluegrass 11? 83 general description of

U-V-W-X-Y-Z

Subject Volume Page Description
Uncle Tom's Cabin 03 35 view of the reputed cabin, in back of the Thos. Kennedy House, in Garrard County
Uncle Tom's Cabin 24 8--9 "Uncle Tom's Cabin and its Ky. Links",my story in Woodford Sun, April-2-1949
University of Kentucky 08 52 all the presidents, 75 years
Versailles, Ky. 01 14 how named, Marquis Calmes, etc.
Versailles, Ky. 10 56 "Became a Town 155 years Ago"
Vinegar, Rev. Peter (Negro Preacher Of Lex.) 12 45 Short sketches, date of death etc, Rev. Alexander Campbell Vinegar, Died in Lexington: July 19, 1905, obituary in Frankfort Roundabout, July 22, 1905
Vinegar, Rev. Peter (Negro Preacher Of Lex.) 17 95 Negro Preacher of Lexington
Walker, Dr. Thos. (Thomas) 16 14 early trip thru Ky.
Walker, Dr. Thos. (Thomas) 37 9 History & story about, Middlesboro Daily News
Walker, John D. 11 45 old Confederate soldier in Lex.
Walnut Grove (House) 23 3 old Shelby house, in Maxwelton PI, razed June 1949
Walnut Hall 28 91 Lex.- Herald Leader article
Walnut Hall Farm 03 40 Harkness place, Newtown Pike, history of, now Edwards place
Walnut Hill Presbyterian Church 09 95 History and Picture
Walnut Hill Presbyterian Church 18 48 Picture and Story
Ward, Matt 11 54 story of killing of the Louisville man, Prof. Butler
Ward's Academy 11 106 history of, in Lexington
Washington, Ky 07 51,52 Sesquicentennial, and historic buildings, etc.
Water Mill 12 66 Perry County, on Wolfe Creek (orig. Photo)
Water Works System 07 70 early in Lexington, 1885
Weather Bureau 03 91 Lexington's Weather Bureau to go out of existence, July 1933
Weather Bureau 05 91 same account
Webb Commandery 05 52 history, by-laws, Knights Templar
Webb Commandery 05 60 "Webb Commandery No. 1"
Webb Commandery 05 97 "No. 1 restored to Webb," etc.
Weisenberger's Mill 15 57 near Midway; History of
Wells- Roberts Duel 09 54 "Two-Shot Duel" near Welby, Ky. July 22, 1867
Welsh, William P. (Ky. Portrait-Painter) 26 100 Receipt for my portrait;
Welsh, William P. (Ky. Portrait-Painter) 26 101 Story about:  Local artist in his studio (Lex. Leader)
Welsh, William P. (Ky. Portrait-Painter) 31 3 "My Fat Girl"- Painting
Welsh, William P. (Ky. Portrait-Painter) 32 13-15 Picture and Sketch, with list of paintings in show at J.B. Speed Art Museum
West, William 05 67 early Ky. Artist, sketch of
Western Citizen 23 85 Newspaper in Paris, Ky., claimed to be oldest in U.S.
Western Military Institute 08 51 View of, from Gleasons, 1853
Western Military Institute 30 57 Old View, short story, etc: at Drennon Springs, Henry County
Western Union Telegraph 16 36 orig. Telegram, 1858
Wheat Threshing 11 back cover old fashioned steam engine in Fayette County, photo
Wheat Threshing 12 64 original photographs, two
Whip Saw 17 80-81 Description of operations
Whiskey, Making early 07 64 an account of early distilling in Kentucky, etc. with view of distillery
Whiskey, Prescription 11 81 Doctor's prescription, during the prohibition era
White Cottage 14 back cover original photo of White Cottage, with lawn running down to Main St.
White Cottage 15 104 see F. Deweese house, or old Protestant Infirmary, picture and sketch (Historic Ky.)
White Cottage 16 83 view , in 1940, in delipidated condition, here I was born on Nov. 5, 1898. Farmer Deweese house.
White Hall 15 71 Cash Clay's home in Madison County, view of
White Hall 17 91 White Hall, now in ruins
White Hall 36 13 Story about , by Burton Milward
White Sulphur Catholic Church 30 21-22 at White Sulphur, Scott County, one of oldest churches in Ky.
Whitehall Inn 23 86 old school, or Walnut Hill Female Institute, Winchester Pike
Whitley, Col. William, house 03 4 Sportsman's Hill, view of; description, etc.
Whitley, Col. William, house 07 6 oldest brick house in Ky. With account of "Sportsman's Hill" race track
Whitley, Col. William, house 07 53 oldest brick house in Ky. With account of "Sportsman's Hill" race track
Whitley, Col. William, house 10 36 Sportsman's Hill, Description , views, etc.
Whitley, Col. William, house 10 46 Sportsman's Hill, inside view of stairway
Wickliffe, Robert 09 91 funeral notice, etc.
Wickliffe, Robert 09 91 notes on his funeral, burial, born 1-16-1774, died 9-1-1859, buried in Howards Grove in Fayette County
Wild Cat Ridge, Battle of 31 58 Nevyle Shackelford
Wilderness Road 02 90-91 hist. of by Sam'l M. Wilson
Wilderness Road 05 78 Short Sketch and history of
Wilderness Road 10 40 old log house on, photograph
Wilderness Road 14 52 map with various routes
Wilkinson Gen. James 09 65 first story in Lexington; etc
Wilmore, Ky. 01 110 how named, history of, etc.
Wilson & Starks 13 73 forerunner, Graves, Cox; view
Wilson, Robert Burns 31 1 Wilson, Robert Burns (Obituary- New York Times, 4/1/1916
Wilson, Robert Burns 31 31 Obituary- American Art News, New York, 4/15/1916
Wilson, Robert Burns 31 31 Obituary- American Art Annals, New York, 4/1916
Wilson, Robert Burns 31 31 copy of portrait, by Ferdinand G. Walker
Wilson, Samuel M. 03 116 snapshot, with Lockridge, at Bryan Station, 1932
Wilson, Samuel M. 05 18 Given cup by Sons of Revolution
Wilson, Samuel M. 13 33 Bookplate
Wilson, Samuel M. 15 11--12 Life History; obituary etc
Wilson, Samuel M. 17 9 obituary from Lex. Leader
Wilson, Samuel M. 18 64 Editorial, at time of death
Winburn Farm 03 N/A our home, on Russell Cave Road, erected 1935-6, original photo
Winton Place 01 69 Col. S. Meredith's place on the Newtown Pike; History of etc.
Winton Place 05 124-6 "Winton and its Treasures" (Robert Peter)
Winton Place 28 92-93 Story of Winton; pictures , etc, article in C-J, Sue Thierman
Winton Place 35 11 Story and Picture, Roanoke Times
Wolf Creek Dam & Kenlake Hotel 28 16-17 Wolfe Creek Dam & Kenlake Hotel
Woman Triumphant 09 107 original picture of Hart's work, Destroyed by courthouse fire, May 14, 1897
Woodland Park 03 46 Woodlands- old house in park
Woodland Park 09 110 old frame Chautauqua bldg
Woodlands 03 46 A. & M. College building, in Woodland Park
Woodstock 29 18-19 Woodstock (in Fayette County) an historic home
Wooldridge Monuments 13 90 View of Monuments, with sketch
Wooldridge Monuments 17 4 at Mayfield, Ky. Hist. of and view
Wooldridge Monuments 44 61 View of Monuments, with sketch
Wooldridge Monuments 49 96 View of Monuments, with sketch
Wooldridge Monuments 55 35 View of Monuments, with sketch
Woolley Residence 13 107 at 116 E. High; razed 1946; now site of garage & parking lot.
World War I 06 13 51 Fayette men died in service, men  are listed
World War I 2? 49 scenes in Lexington, etc
World War II 11 83 List of Fayette County soldiers who lost their lives, etc.
Worm Fences 09 109 article and picture
Wreck, Street Car 12 89 at Water Street, and S. Broadway in May 1907
Youtsey, Henry 05 21 obituary and life account, died May 2, 1942
Youtsey, Henry 27 44 See James ("Jim") Howard, Died Feb.1st, 1954, 3 times convicted as Slayer of Goebel
Zanesville- Lexington, Road Marker 17 83 view and short sketch, also known as Lexington & Maysville road, etc.
Zollicoffer, Gen. Felix 20 61 Killed, Jan 19  '62, at battle of Mill Springs, in Wayne Co.