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James D. Black Letter 1918

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James D. Black Letter




Kentucky Historical Society. Special Collections & Archives. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-1931

Conditions Governing Access note

Access at KHS only. Use microfilm, transcriptions or images when available.

For microfilmed copies see Clift number(s): 0072

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], James D. Black Letter, 97SC100,Library Special Collections and Archives, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort.


1 item (1 leaf); 28 cm.


James Dixon Black was born in Knox County, Kentucky, in 1849. At the time this letter was written he was the Lieutenant Govenor of Kentucky. The next year A. O. Stanley resigned as governor to take a U. S. Senate seat. This made Black governor of Kentucky.

Scope and Content

Single item collection consisting of a letter written to Leslie Collins by James D. Black. Mr Black, of Barbourville, Kentucky, is turning down an invitation to speak at a Flag Day event in Frankfort. The letter is dated June 1, 1918

Arrangement: Correspondence is arranged chronologically.


  • Flag day
  • Holidays--Kentucky

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