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Bullock Photograph Collection, ca.1880-1953

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Title

Bullock Photograph Collection

Date

ca.1880-1953

Repository

Transylvania University Special Collections

Lexington, Kentucky 40508 USA

Arrangement

Alphabetical by subject.

Conditions Governing Access note

Open to researchers.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Bullock Photograph Collection, PA1,Special Collections, Transylvania University, Lexington.

Extent

4.5 cubic feet, 639 items

Biography/History

Dr. W. O. [Waller Overton] Bullock, Jr. was a prominent Lexington, Kentucky physician with strong ties to Transylvania University. He attended Transylvania in the 1890s when it was known as Kentucky University. In 1938 he was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree. Following his death in 1953 his photograph collection was donated to the university by his wife.

Scope and Content

This is a collection of photographs taken in and around Lexington and Fayette County, Kentucky. Included are images of local buildings, businesses, racetracks, banks, schools, churches, and homes. Also present are photographs of the courthouse, public library, orphan asylum, jail, and Transylvania University

Subjects

  • Fayette County (Ky.) -- Photographs
  • Photographs
  • Lexington (Ky.) -- Photographs
  • Racetracks (Horse racing)-- Kentucky --Lexington -- Photographs
  • Transylvania University -- Photograph collections
  • Universities and colleges -- Kentucky -- Lexington -- Photographs
  • Bank buildings -- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- Photographs
  • Buildings -- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- PhotographsPhotographs
  • Business enterprises -- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- Photographs
  • Churches-- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- Photographs
  • Courthouses-- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- Photographs
  • Dwellings -- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- Photographs
  • Jails-- Kentucky -- Fayette County -- Photographs
  • Lexington Orphan Asylum-- Photograph collections
  • Orphanages-- Kentucky -- Lexington-- Photographs
  • Public Libraries -- Kentucky -- Lexington-- Photographs
  • Schools-- Kentucky -- Lexington-- Photographs

Collection Inventory

Ashland series
Ashland, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 89] browse
Ashland from the back, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 127] browse
Ashland demolished 1856 and rebuilt, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 142] browse
Ashland, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 489] browse
Ashland (2nd building after 1857), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 31a] browse
"(On reverse) Sherriff's Office, 1885, Upper behind Court House. Burned May 14, 1897" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.31"), 1885
[box: 1, item: 31b] browse
Banks series
City National Bank -- Cheapside and Main (SEE: Item "407,408") [Oval], ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 178] browse
"Central Bank,Upper&Short Streets. In building shown was Girl Scouts attended by Mrs. J.T. Vance and Mrs. Mark Callis" (SEE: Item "4b,253"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 213] browse
Central Bank building (SEE: Item "4b,213"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 253] browse
"Security Trust and Safety - Vault Co., now"Security Trust Company", demolished c. 1904" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p. 64"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 275] browse
"Sayre's Bank, Short and Mill" (SEE: Item 9b), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 283] browse
"Fayette National Bank, 1887, corner Main and Upper" (SEE: Item "28b,371"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 310] browse
Fayette National Bank on corner of Main and Upper Sts. (Taken in 1887 by Jaubert) (SEE: Item "310,28b"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 371] browse
"Cheapside and Main Streets (c. 1901) Excavation for City National Bank Building, now Bank of Commerce", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 407] browse
Cheapside and Main Streets. Building of the City National Bank (SEE: Item 178), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 408] browse
Northern Bank Building (SEE: Item "37,49b"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 453] browse
"Central Bank, demolish c. 1924" (SEE: Item "213,253"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 4b] browse
"Sayre's Bank, now site of Security Trust Co." (SEE: Item 283), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 9b] browse
Bullock, W.O. series
Bodley (Bullock) House (SEE: Item "111,123,125,399"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 66] browse
"Bodley (Bullock) House, interior" (SEE: Item "66,123,125,399"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 111] browse
"Bullock house, 2nd and Market." (SEE: Item "66,111,125,399"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 123] browse
Bodley House (Bullock) (SEE: Item "66,111,123,399"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 125] browse
Bullock-Waller home Birth place of W.O. Bullock in 1842. (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.42"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 146] browse
"Bullock-Waller home . Erected 1790 (?), burn the same day as picture taken" (SEE: Item 420N), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 147] browse
Unidentified road with a hollow tree, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 353] browse
Unidentified pier and houses, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 354]
Bodley House (Bullock) (SEE: Item "111,123,66,125"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 399] browse
Bullock Garden, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 419] browse
Sculpture by Bullock, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 469] browse
Art by Bullock, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 470] browse
"Unidentified woman. "With love, Emma." May 19, 1878", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 491] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_01] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_02] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_03] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_04] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_05] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_06] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_07] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_08] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_09] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_10] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_11] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_12] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_13] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_14] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_15] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_16] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_17] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_18] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_19] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_20] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_21] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_22] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_23] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_24] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_25] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_26] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_27] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_28] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_29] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_30] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_31] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_32] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_33] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_34] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_35] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_36] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_37] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_38] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_39] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_40] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_41] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_42] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_43] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_44] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_45] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_46] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_47] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_48] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_49] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_50] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_51] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_52] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_53] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_54] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_55] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_56] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_57] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_58] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_59] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_60] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_61] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_62] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_63] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_64] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_65] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_66] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_67] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_68] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_69] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_70] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_71] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_72] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_73] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_74] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_75] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_76] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_77] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_78] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_79] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_80] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_81] browse
"Bullock, W.O. fishing trip to Canada (1935)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 505_82] browse
Businesses, Downtown Lexington series
"Short and Market - "Meat Market". Site of Leader Building, also once used as Lexington Public Library" (SEE: Item 551N), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 87] browse
"Ketchum House, "Mrs. Ketchum's Hair Store" established 1861. Corner Church&Upper St." (SEE: Item "303,214"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 209] browse
"Ketchum House, "Mrs. Ketchum's Hair Store" (SEE: Item "209,303"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 214] browse
"Giron's, where Gen. Lafayette was entertained with a great ball in 1825. Millard Fillmore Norris' newstand and Normandy Saloon", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 247] browse
"Wendover Livery Stable, 1898. (2 prints)" (SEE: Item "259,280"), 1898
[box: 1, item: 248] browse
"Clay, Henry -- Law Office, West Short Street" (SEE: Item 305(copy). REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.49"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 250] browse
"Giron's Confectionary, 125 N. Mill Street." (SEE: Item 279), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 251] browse
"Giron's, 125 N. Mill Street", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 252] browse
"Greenway, John A.., store, West Main Street" (SEE: Item 281 (copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 254] browse
G.A. Delong&Co. (SEE: Item 10b), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 255] browse
"Quinn House, 123 Main Street between Limestone and Upper Street. Replaced by National bank. House demolished in 1906, new bank erected in 1907.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 256] browse
Lexington Turf Club and Navurre Caf, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 261] browse
Market Street building; offices of Associated Charities and Unemployment Bureau, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 263] browse
"Greenway, John A., store" (SEE: Item "281,254 (copies)"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 274] browse
"Northern Bank Building, erected 1887", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 278] browse
"Giron's Confectionary, Mill Street." (SEE: Item "251,252,259,248"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 279] browse
"Greenway, John M., store and building, W. Main" (SEE: Item 254 (copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 281] browse
City National Bank and National Exchange Bank, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 286] browse
"Wendover Hay&Feed, N. side of West Main.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 287] browse
"SE Corner Short&Upper. Courtney's Bank(?) Addition to Warfield Building, 148 W. Short" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.243"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 288] browse
"C&O Depot, S. Lime", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 289] browse
True American office of C.M. Clay (SEE: Item "244b,552N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 290] browse
"Norton Drug Shop, frame house on corner of Limestone and Church street. Also "Our House" Tavern", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 292] browse
"Market Street, old building between Short &Main (print from broken glass negative).", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 294] browse
"Short&Mill st., (west corner). Once office of the Gratz's Kentucky Gazette. Next to last office of any of the Central Kentucky stage coaches. New demolished." (SEE: Item "46,372,52"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 295] browse
"West Main Street, old building, near Springs.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 296] browse
"Satawhite's Hotel, Short Street (behind Court House) once part of old Kentucky Hotel or Tavern where Bibb was murdered in early 1900's", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 297] browse
"Water Street, north side, old building, next to corner of Mill St., used as a lottery office - demolished about 1900 or 1902", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 298] browse
"Clark, M.E., Millinery Shop, East Main Street across from Phoenix Hotel. Photo taken May, 1907", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 299] browse
"McAlisters' boarding house, Main&Ayers Alley. May have been residence of General McCalla.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 301] browse
"Curd House, Vine Street", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 302] browse
"Ketchum house, Mrs. Ketchum's Hair Store." (SEE: Item "209,214"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 303] browse
"N. Limestone, old shop still standing in 1910", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 304] browse
"Henry Clay's office, W. Short street" (SEE: Item 250 (copy) REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p. 49"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 305] browse
Kentucky Gazette Office - 1785. 1st printer's press in Ky, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 390] browse
Cooper&Dunn Drug Store, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 550] browse
Lexington Seed Company / Old Mustard Factory (SEE: Item 222), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 583] browse
Phoenix Hotel Print, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 637] browse
"Huston&Mulligan Office: G.A. DeLong &Co. Office of W.O. Bullock. Once occupied by Mat Johnson. G.A. Delong standing at door, (see 6a)" (SEE: Item 255. REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.64"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 10b] browse
"True American office of D.M. Clay on N. Mill, east side about 90 feet south of Main Street, rear of Barne Hall Drug Store, 6 N. Mill Street" (SEE: Item "290,552N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 244b] browse
Fugazy Soda Fountain and Glewis Restaurant. (Old Hollenkamp), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 7a] browse
Cemeteries & Monuments series
"Barry, W.M. and Monument, Court-House", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 436] browse
"Barry, W.M. and Monument, Court-House", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 437] browse
"Clay, Henry, monument at Lexington Cemetery (1895)" (SEE: Item 571), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 510] browse
"Boone, Daniel, monument at Frankfort Cemetery", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 511] browse
"Boone, Daniel, monument at Frankfort Cemetery", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 512] browse
"Boone, Daniel, monument at Frankfort Cemetery", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 513] browse
"Breckingridge Statue, Cheapside,Lexington", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 514] browse
Daniel Boone (SEE: Item 513), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 571] browse
Churches (Masonic Hall) series
"masonic Hall (drawing, 1840-41)" (SEE: Item "77,223"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 15] browse
Black Baptism at Work House Pond, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 18] browse
Black Baptism at Work House Pond, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 19] browse
Black Baptism at Work House Pond, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 20] browse
"Masonic Temple, Walnut and Short, being demolished in 1887" (SEE: Item "15,223"), 1887
[box: 1, item: 72] browse
"Warner, William A., house, E. Main St. Residence of Susan Bell where Central Church started. Built c. 1829" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.53-54&Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.25"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 206] browse
Masonic Temple. (SEE: Item "15,72"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 223] browse
"St. Joseph's Church, Bardstown - build by Bishop Flaget, 1816", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 262] browse
"Broadway Christian Church, southwest corner of Broadway and Second Street. Former site of First Presbyterian Church. This church removed to Mill St., 1871.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 264] browse
"Mt. Horeb Presbyterian Church at corner of Iron Works and Mt. Horeb Pike, built in 1827. Picture taekn c. 1900", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 265] browse
Mt.Horeb Church, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 266] browse
Mt.Horeb Church, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 267] browse
Black Church on C & O Railroad (near Vine Street) (SEE: Item 388 (copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 270] browse
Methodist Church. Ladies Hall (negro) church street. Second Methodist church build in Lexington, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 272] browse
"Mt. Horeb Church, burned 1927, 9 years old" (SEE: Item "265,266,267"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 273] browse
Black Church in C&O R.R. (now Vine Street) (SEE: Item 270), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 388] browse
St. Paul's Church, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 502] browse
"Episcopal Cemetery, Sexton's Cotage. John McMurtry, Architect", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 506] browse
"Episcopal Cemetery, Sexton's Cotage. John McMurtry, Architect", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 507] browse
"Episcopal Cemetery, Sexton's Cotage. John McMurtry, Architect" (MISSING: Missing? May 2000), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 508] browse
"Episcopal Cemetery, Sexton's Cotage. John McMurtry, Architect", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 509] browse
Old Methodist Church (SEE: Item 272), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 559] browse
"St. Peter's Church, N. Limestone; built 1836, razed c. 1913(?)" (SEE: Item 553N), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 6b] browse
"Christian Church, Main St., site of Rice-Campbell debate, 1843; erected in 1842; later Union Depot" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.59"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 70a] browse
Courthouse (Cheapside) series
"Court House, Lexington. Ruins after it burned Spring of 1897", 1897
[box: 1, item: 12] browse
County officials in the fiscal courts, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 38] browse
"Fayette County Court House, 1895" (SEE: Item "238,238N"), 1895
[box: 1, item: 216] browse
"Court House ruins after burnt May 14,1897. Photo by Jaubert" (SEE: Item 231), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 228] browse
"Court House after fire of May 14, 1897. Photo by Jaubert." (SEE: Item 228), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 231] browse
Court House (3rd - 1806) (SEE: Item "221,232"), 1806
[box: 1, item: 234] browse
Court House before it burned down (SEE: Item 216), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 238] browse
Court Day. Print from Glass Plate, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 332] browse
Lexington Aeril view -- looking west from Court-House. (1898-1900) Cheapside and Breckinridge statue, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 375] browse
3rd Court-House (SEE: Item copy of 234), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 588] browse
Cheapside [3 1/2"], ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 592] browse
Present Court House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 602] browse
(On reverse) Court House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 27b] browse
Court House in ruins, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 39a] browse
(On Reverse) Toll House on Harrodsburg Pike near Mason Headley Road. Torn down about 1902. Believed to be only one in Kentucky with overhead roof. (REFERENCE: "Wright, John D. Lexington: Heart of the Bluegrass [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1982], p.48"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 39b] browse
Downtown Lexington (Street Scenes) series
View from Court House yard. (SEE: Item Dupl. Of 409), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 242] browse
"Lexington, aerial view after 1885. Looking east on Short Street from Court House Building . To the right in background is Grand Masonic Hall." (SEE: Item "44a,370(copy)"), 1840-1891
[box: 1, item: 245] browse
"Market Street, looking toward Christ Church", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 311] browse
"Street car center at Court-House (by Jaubert, 1897)" (MISSING: "Missing,July 28,1988"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 364] browse
First Electric streetcar in Lexington (Taken in front of the Phoenix). (SEE: Item "27,367,368"), 1889
[box: 1, item: 365] browse
"Miller Bros Corner with streetcars. Main Street and Broadway (by Jaubert, 1893)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 367] browse
First Electric streetcar, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 368] browse
Short Street aerial view taken from Court-House (copy of original taken in 1885) (SEE: Item "309,44a"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 370] browse
Main and Limestone Sts. (SEE: Item 385), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 376] browse
Main and Limestone Sts. (SEE: Item 376), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 385] browse
Aerial view of Lexington, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 387] browse
Short St. behind the Court-House (SEE: Item Dupl. Of 242), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 409] browse
Short Street (SEE: Item "32b,33a,312"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 468] browse
National Bank Corner (SEE: Item Copy of 371&286; See: Banks), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 580] browse
"Aerial view, downtown Lexington", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 239a] browse
"Aerial view, downtown Lexington", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 239b] browse
"Trolley -- First Electric, 1889" (SEE: Item "466,365"), 1889
[box: 1, item: 27a] browse
Short Street looking east (large building in background is Grand Masonic, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 44a] browse
"(On Reverse) Ky. Associaiton Race Track, 1888." (SEE: Item "42a,334,336"), 1888
[box: 1, item: 44b] browse
"Miller Bros., Corner, N. West Main and Broadway (before 1893)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 50a] browse
(On Reverse) Race Track (SEE: Item "42,43"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 50b] browse
Events (Historical) series
"Sleet on Mill street., Dec. 25 (26?), 1890 (1920?)" (SEE: Item 30b), 1890
[box: 1, item: 13] browse
"High and Limestone -- house where Shipp murder occurred. Sign on door "Larkin Green." (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.41"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 103] browse
"Ater Place, west of city, where G.W. Rauck, historian of Lexington, was killed by a train (Aug. 2, 1901)", 1901
[box: 1, item: 117] browse
"where Bess killed Mrs. Martin in 1903." East Main, old building next to John's Drug Store.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 300] browse
"Street car accident with C&O train, May 9, 1907" (SEE: Item 366), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 315] browse
Streetcar accident with C&O train - (1907) (SEE: Item 316), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 366] browse
Ringling Circus Procession (c. 1900) (SEE: Item "378,379,382"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 374] browse
Ringling Circus Procession (c. 1900), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 378] browse
Ringling Circus Procession (SEE: Item "374,378,379"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 382] browse
"Imveiling of Breckinridge State, Mov. 16, 1887" (SEE: Item "49a,585N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 562] browse
Russellville Mob. Depicts lynching, 1908
[box: 1, item: 568] browse
Lexington Flood (SEE: Item "570, 617"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 569] browse
Lexington Flood (SEE: Item "569,617"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 570] browse
Lexington Flood (SEE: Item 569, 570), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 617] browse
"Breckinridge, John C., statue unveiling, No. 16, 1887" (SEE: Item "561,585N"), 1887
[box: 1, item: 49a] browse
"(On Reverse) Northern Bank Building and Board of Directors (21 men, see # 37 for names)" (SEE: Item "37,453"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 49b] browse
Northwest corner of High and Limestone house; Shipp murder scene (SEE: Item 103), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 68b] browse
Fair Grounds (Old Trotting Track) series
Fairgrounds (Old) --Maxwell Springs (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978]"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 330] browse
Fairgrounds. Old Trotting Track - S. Broadway (1888) (SEE: Item "339,25b"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 335] browse
"Fairground's Grand Stand. (by Jaubert, 1888) South Broadway" (SEE: Item 25b), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 339] browse
"Downtown Lexington, Dec. 1889, Straus Building", 1889
[box: 1, item: 25a] browse
On reverse 2 photos:a)man at fairgrounds;b)Lexington Street scene, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 3b] browse
Gratz Park series
The Kitchen, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 577] browse
Hart, Joel T. series
"Hart, Joel T. "Woman Triumphant", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 460] browse
"Hart, Joel T.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 461] browse
"Hart, Joel T. (photo by Jaubert)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 462] browse
"Hart, Joel T. album print", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 463] browse
"Hart, Joel T. 2 prints on board", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 464] browse
"Hart, Joel T. 2 prints on board", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 465] browse
"Hart, Joel T. (photo by Jaubert)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 466] browse
"Hart, Joel T. (photo by Mullen)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 467] browse
Jails & Slave Jails series
Jail (beingtorn down). (SEE: Item "217,227,226,235"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 220] browse
Jail (SEE: Item "217,220,227,235"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 226] browse
Jail (SEE: Item "217,236,220,235"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 227] browse
"Slave jail, Beverly Hicks Boys School." (SEE: Item 4a. REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p. 59"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 285] browse
Jenks, I.C., Photographer series
Northern Bank Building Board of Directors (names on back of photo) (SEE: Item "453,496"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 37] browse
Unidentified building, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 109] browse
"Loudoun" -- on Loudoun Avenue, built in 1850" (SEE: Item 108), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 110] browse
"Lunatic Asylum, 627 W. 4th Street" (SEE: Item 106. REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.45"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 202] browse
View at Duncannon? , ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 478] browse
View at Duncannon? (same people as in 478), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 479] browse
"Dewees, Farmer on steps of White Cottage" (SEE: Item "100,189"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 480] browse
Four Girls, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 481] browse
Dr. Chipley and A.D. Wilgus. Photo taken before 1870, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 482] browse
Mollie Bruce and others, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 483] browse
Mollie Bruce and others, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 484] browse
Mollie Bruce and others, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 485] browse
"Lewinski, Maj. Thomas;Bruce, Sanders D.; and Christes, Sim.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 486] browse
"Lewinski, Maj. Thomas and Sam Brown", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 487] browse
Maj. Waters and Family (Roche Photo). Mrs. America Morgan, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 560] browse
4 Men, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 579] browse
Kentucky Association Race Track series
Himyar (portrait of the horse) by Harry Lyman, 1888
[box: 1, item: 2] browse
"3 horses, men, and dogs", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 42] browse
"Man O' War (?), portrait by Frank Jaubert", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 186] browse
Home of Isaac Murphy (jockey -- three time winner of the Kentucky Derby), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 203] browse
Kentucky Association Race Track 1888 (SEE: Item "32a,44ab"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 334] browse
Kentucky Association Race Track 1888 (SEE: Item "44b,32a"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 336] browse
Kentucky Association Race Track 1888 (SEE: Item 28), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 337] browse
"Kentucky Association Race Track (by Jaubert, 1888)" (SEE: Item 28), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 338] browse
"Kentucky Association Race Track (by Jaubert, 1888)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 341] browse
"Grand Stand at Kentucky Association Race Track (by Jaubert, 1826)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 342] browse
"Kentucky Association Race Track, 5th and Race St., 1888" (SEE: Item 338), 1888
[box: 1, item: 28a] browse
"Ky. Assoc. Race Tracek, 1888" (SEE: Item "44b,334,336"), 1888
[box: 1, item: 32a] browse
"(On Reverse) Corner of Cheapside and Short, Northern Bank Building at right" (SEE: Item "33a,312,468"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 32b] browse
(On Reverse) 3 men on track, ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 42b] browse
"Ky. Assoc. Race Tracek, "Dragging the Race Track".", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 43a] browse
"(On Reverse) Stables, with horses and grooms.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 1, item: 43b] browse
Lockett Mob - 1920 series
Lockett Mob - 1921, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 537] browse
"Chief Reagan, second from right", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 538] browse
(bystander shot), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 539] browse
(bystander shot), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 540] browse
(bystander shot), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 541] browse
(where mob charged the line), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 542] browse
(the dead-line), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 543] browse
(the dead-line), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 544] browse
"Chief Reagan, to right", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 545] browse
"Chief Reagan, to right", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 546] browse
Lockett Mob (SEE: Item 537-546), 1920
[box: 2, item: 564] browse
Lockett Mob, 1920
[box: 2, item: 565] browse
Lockett Mob, 1920
[box: 2, item: 566] browse
Lockett Mob, 1920
[box: 2, item: 567] browse
Military series
"2nd Ky. State Guard at Woodland, 1899", 1899
[box: 2, item: 41] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898" (SEE: Item "317,329"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 316] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. Lexington Depot, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 317] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. Lexington Depot, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 318] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. Lexington Depot, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 319] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. Lexington Depot, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 320] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. Lexington Depot, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 321] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. Lexington Depot, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 322] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 323] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 324] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 325] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 326] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 327] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 328] browse
"4th Kentucky Regiment (Col. Dave Colson's) at Fairgrounds, Spanish-American War 1898", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 329] browse
Spanish-American War 1898. (SEE: Item "317,329"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 380] browse
Miscellaneous series
Unidentified building, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 74] browse
Unidentified building, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 75] browse
Unidentified building (copy of #244a), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 102] browse
Unidentified building (SEE: Item 172(copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 114] browse
Unidentified building (SEE: Item 114 (copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 172] browse
Unidentified building. (SEE: Item 405), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 276] browse
Interior of an office (unidentified), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 308] browse
Unidentified rock wall and several buildings, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 361] browse
Dog on a table, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 369] browse
Unidentified House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 391] browse
Unidentified House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 392] browse
Unidentified House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 393] browse
Unidentified House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 394] browse
Three girls, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 398] browse
Unidentified Bldg. (a copy) (SEE: Item 276), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 405] browse
Ladies Tea Party [Stereograph], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 604] browse
"Old Man, copy of a portrait" [Oval], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 605] browse
Copy of Daguerreotype of Benjamin Moore, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 610] browse
"Kentucky Press Association in Nashville, Tenn.", 1897
[box: 2, item: 619] browse
Stonewall Jackson [Carte-de-visite], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 620] browse
Gen. J. Johnstone [Carte-de-visite], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 621] browse
Robert E. Lee [Carte-de-visite], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 622] browse
Rev. Gen. K. Smith [Carte-de-visite], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 623] browse
Gen. Beauregard [Carte-de-visite], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 624] browse
John Quincy Adams Hayman [3 x 5], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 625] browse
Baby Girl Moore, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 626] browse
Lexington Directory for 1806, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 627] browse
Charley Sayre of New York City, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 628] browse
"Mr. Duggan, Savannah, Ga.,", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 629] browse
"...of Ed. Payne" [Oval], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 630] browse
"Man with dog; to "Clara Bell" Walton Not an 1840 photograph", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 631] browse
John Findley print, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 632] browse
Flatboat print, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 633] browse
Pack horses print, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 634] browse
Salesroom print, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 635] browse
Warehouse Auction Print, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 636] browse
Mitchell's 1834 Map of Kentucky, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 638] browse
"Caneland", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 639] browse
1782 Fort at Lexington, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 640] browse
Copy of 642, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 643] browse
2 photos of group of men hunting, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 3a] browse
Opera House series
Lexington Opera House (old) by Jaubert. (SEE: Item "266,29,591"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 306] browse
Copy of 306 [Circular], ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 591] browse
"Opera House (New), 1886", 1886
[box: 2, item: 26a] browse
"On reverse Opera House (Old) Ruins, 1886(?)" (SEE: Item 306), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 26b] browse
"Opera House (Old), Main&Broadway. The Odd Fellows Temple was also used for Lexington Opera House. Sleepy Head House later occupied this site" (SEE: Item 266), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 29a] browse
(On reverse) Lexington Cemetery Entrance, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 29b] browse
Oversized & Enlarged Photographs series
"Prather, Herb's, Newstand on Main Street.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 11] browse
Covered Bridge&Mill House on waterway, ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 14] browse
Soldiers and others under tent (some Union uniforms), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 36] browse
"Love-Scott House, South Limestone, but after 1832. Now demolished" (SEE: Item "54,82,165,435N". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.76"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 53] browse
Love-Scott House. (SEE: Item "53,82,165"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 54] browse
"Camp Hamilton (9-8-1898), Spanish-American War. Camp located on Bryant Station Rd. The 12th New York and the 8th Massachusetts were stationed there. Miss Emily Barnes, Miss Anna Monroe, the Misses Goodlove (I.C.Jenks, photographer).", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 518] browse
Mr. H.H.Gratz in Gratz park with horse and female companion (7-12-1900), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 519] browse
Mr. H.H.Gratz in Gratz park with horse (7-12-1900), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 520] browse
"Same as 520. Since the great sleet of 18890 ruined the trees in Gratz Park, it was necessary to replace them. Howard Gratz is shown in the park 10 years later, among the trees he had replaced.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 521] browse
"Banker's convention, Bellmont Woods, Oct. 1906. (signatures on photo)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 522] browse
Departure of the 3rd at train station (6-1-1898), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 523] browse
"Lexington Lawn Tennis Club, at Ashland, Aug. 1884. (list of names on back)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 524] browse
"Ellis Place; later Phipp Place. Remains of the original stockade and double cabin erected by Capt. William Ellis, Apr. 1782, on Winchester Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky. Photographed August 19, 1899.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 525] browse
"Ellis Place; later Phipp Place. Remains of the original stockade and double cabin erected by Capt. William Ellis, Apr. 1782, on Winchester Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky. Photographed August 19, 1899.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 526] browse
Weir - Fraser Villa (also known as Robert Thornton House). 328 N. Limeston (REFERENCE: Lancaster, Ante Bellum, pp. 141-43.), ca.1880-1953
[box: 4-5, item: 529] browse
Thompson Building. 139 W. Main Street, 1862
[box: 4-5, item: 536] browse
Police Station series
Sheriff's Office, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 34] browse
"Police Station -Old, (copy of #48b)" (SEE: Item "218,222,225,291"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 35] browse
Stage Coach of Tom Ervin -- 1885 (SEE: Item "46a,2295,372"), 1885
[box: 2, item: 52] browse
"Police Station or Watch House, standing in 1910; formerly Burroughs Mustard factory" (SEE: Item "222,225,35,291,48b"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 218] browse
"Lyon Firehouse, 147 S. Limestone" (SEE: Item "224,233,452 (copies)"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 219] browse
"Lyon Firehouse, 147 S. Limestone" (SEE: Item "219,233,452 (copies)"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 224] browse
"Police Station, Vine Street" (SEE: Item "486,35,218,222,291"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 225] browse
"Post Office, former. Between 1828-1855. 307 West Short Street" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.244"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 229] browse
"Lyon Firehouse, 147 S. Limestone" (SEE: Item "219,224,452 (copies)"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 233] browse
"Police Station, Vine Street" (SEE: Item "35,48b,218,222,225"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 291] browse
Stage Coach Office. Short and Mill Sts. (a copy) (SEE: Item "46b,295,52"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 372] browse
"Lyon Firehouse, 147 S. Limestone" (SEE: Item "219,233,224"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 452] browse
"Fire wagon and volunteer firemen, early (men identified on reverse).", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 494] browse
Residences Downtown, Lexington series
House on Market&Church; erected by Henry Clay; occupied by Vornus (?) Bullock. (SEE: Item 701), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 58] browse
"House on Mill, opposite Dudley School, erected in 1812, demolished in 1944.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 59] browse
Residence (eat side) 216 Broadway. Site of Christian Science Church (SEE: Item 67b), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 65] browse
"Allen, T.S., once occupied this house; afterwards occupied by King family", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 69] browse
"House, Jefferson Street.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 71] browse
"Patterson or Maxwell (?), old house" (SEE: Item 94), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 83] browse
"Patterson or Maxwell (?), old house" (SEE: Item 83), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 94] browse
550 W. Main Street building (SEE: Item "63b,122(copies)"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 98] browse
"Dallam, Maj. William S. -- house where Shipp murder occurred" (SEE: Item 686 (copy). REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.234"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 104] browse
"Winslow (south side) building known as a "pleasure resort" (SEE: Item 68a), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 105] browse
"East High Street, between Mill and Broadway", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 120] browse
"High Street, brick building, foot of Merino.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 121] browse
550 W. Main Street house (SEE: Item 636 (98 copies). REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.35"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 122] browse
"King house, W. Third Street, between Mill&Broadway. ", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 128] browse
"Pullam's Slave Jail, 149 N. Broadway.House built by Matthias Shyrock. Next to Rowe's Opera House" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.26"), (1886-87)
[box: 2, item: 139] browse
"Desha House, Upper and High Sts.", 1938
[box: 2, item: 143] browse
"Merino Street, old house before L.& N. Railroad and High", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 161] browse
"Bean, C.N., home of. Built by James Neir. 300 block of N. Limestone", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 166] browse
Zimmerman house. South side of E. High, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 169] browse
"Sleath, Wm. House -- 1895, W. Main&Georgetown", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 171] browse
"Saxton, Henry A., house, 422 Spring Street" (SEE: Item 556N. REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p. 247"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 184] browse
Lime and Winslow Street building -- burned c. 1903-1905, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 196] browse
Upper Street (north). House between Church&2nd Street. Building in rear of Christ Episcopal Church, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 200] browse
"Log house, west corner of Lime and 2nd Street. Demolished in the spring of 1910.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 284] browse
"Swift House; later home of Dr. Lyman Beecher Todd, Lexington Civil War postmaster, c. 1900. A 1940 copy. East High Street. Now site of Calvary Baptist Church." (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p. 140"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 307] browse
Dr. Ridgely's House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 456] browse
Jeff McGee House near railroad track, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 5a] browse
"Sleath, Wm. House -- 1895, W. Main&Georgetown" (SEE: Item 171. REFERENCE: 3), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 62a] browse
"Residence (eat side) 216 Broadway, where Mrs. Dennis had a boardng house for boys about 1870 Site of Christian Science Church" (SEE: Item 65), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 67b] browse
"Southside west of Limestone,known as "pleasure resort": House" (SEE: Item 105), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 68a] browse
"Duplex, s.E. 3rd, next to corner, or Com's Row, N. Lime?", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 6a] browse
"Market and Church St. house, erected by Henry Clay." (SEE: Item 58), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 70b] browse
"Building, opposite Red Mac's Alley; owned by D. Mulligan, also owned by Bullock's father. (328 s. Upper)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 7b] browse
"Geohagan House (?), 546 Corner Main&Patterson" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.35"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 8b] browse
"Lilly House, New St.&Broadway" (SEE: Item 129), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 9a] browse
Residences Outside Lexington series
"Plancentia -- Georgetown Road. Also known as "Sign of the Golden Eagle" Tavern. Built by Lewis Sanders, c. 1815" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.51-52"), 1815
[box: 2, item: 55] browse
"Federal Hill, residence of the Rowans; place where "Old Kentucky Home was written:, Bardstown, Kentucky" (SEE: Item 124), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 56] browse
Plancentia (SEE: Item "55,67a,96,173"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 57] browse
"The Elms,: residence of W. A. Leavy" (SEE: Item "76,77,80,81,418N". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.100"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 60] browse
"The Elms,: residence of W. A. Leavy" (SEE: Item "60,77,80,81,418N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 76] browse
"The Elms,: residence of W. A. Leavy", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 77] browse
"The Elms,: residence of W. A. Leavy" (SEE: Item "60,76,77,81,418N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 80] browse
"The Elms,: residence of W. A. Leavy" (SEE: Item "60,76,77,81,418N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 81] browse
"Plancentia", Lewis Sanders house near Hillenmeyer's" (SEE: Item "55,57,67a,173"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 96] browse
"Federal Hill:, Bardstown, Kentucky." (SEE: Item 56), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 124] browse
"Lilly house, New Street and Broadway" (SEE: Item 9a(copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 129] browse
"Vine Street Building between Lime and Upper. Older than 1840, still standing in 1910", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 132] browse
"Castleton Farm, old frame house" (SEE: Item 179), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 135] browse
"Winton on Newtown Pike, built 1823,once home of Dr. Robert Perer" (SEE: Item "164,504". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.58"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 145] browse
"Ellerslie" on Richmond Road. Home of Levi Todd (built 1787)" (SEE: Item "153,154,177,454,455N". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.31"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 150] browse
Cochran-Allan House. (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.79"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 152] browse
"Ellerslie" on Richmond Road. Home of Levi Todd (built 1787). Robert S. Todd (father of Mary Todd Lincoln) was born here. Perhaps the first brick house in Fayette County", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 153] browse
"Ellerslie" on Richmond Road Home of Levi Todd", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 154] browse
Gibson House (155N), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 155] browse
"Winton" on Newtown Pike" (SEE: Item "145,504"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 164] browse
"Plancentia" (SEE: Item "55,57,67a,96"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 173] browse
"Ellerslie" -- Levi Todd home" (SEE: Item "153,154,150,454,455N". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.31"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 177] browse
"Castleton Farm, old frame house" (SEE: Item 135), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 179] browse
"Skinner House,erected by Waller Bullock. (positive&negative)", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 180] browse
"Colbyville Tavern, Clark County, Kentucky", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 282] browse
"Ellerslie" (SEE: Item "177,153,150,154,455N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 454] browse
"Winton" -- hemp fields of Prof. Peter." (SEE: Item "145,164"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 504] browse
"Hemphill Home, Jessamine Co., Kentucky", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 593] browse
"Hemphill Home, Jessamine Co., Kentucky Pond", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 594] browse
"Hemphill Home, Jessamine Co., Kentucky Pomd", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 595] browse
"Hemphill Home, Jessamine Co., Kentucky Lane", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 596] browse
"Hemphill Home, Jessamine Co., Kentucky Lane", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 597] browse
"Hubbard Williams Home, Bourbon Co.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 598] browse
""Plancentia", build by Lewis Sanders, c.1815. Later known as "Sign of the Golden Eagle," Georgetown Road" (SEE: Item "55,57,97,173"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 67a] browse
Residences, Historic or Famous, Lexington series
"Mill&Second St., house where Henry Clay was married." (SEE: Item 10a. REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.231"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 61] browse
"Swift Home, E. High Street" (SEE: Item "112,163,174,307,431N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 64] browse
"Rankin, Rev. Adam -- house" (SEE: Item "116,158"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 73] browse
"Love-Scott House, where Patterson Hall now stands" (SEE: Item "53,54,165,435N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 82] browse
"Bruen House, west corner of Vine&Spring Sts." (SEE: Item "175,54N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 84] browse
"Todd House, West Short St., birthplace of Mary", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 85] browse
"Combs, Gen. Leslie, home, E. Main Street" (SEE: Item 558N. REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.19"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 95] browse
"McCoy house or "Granard" at corner of Broadway and Russell Cave Road. Judge James H. Mulligan lived here while Maxwell Place was being built. The house was property of Neil McCoy, an early gun powder manufacturer of Lexington (1805). The property, on 52 acres, was later (1892) incorporated as a separate township under the name of Granard, when it was owned by Judge Mulligan", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 101] browse
"Swift House, E. High Street" (SEE: Item "163,174,307,64,431N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 112] browse
"Higgins Lewis house, Tates Creek Road", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 113] browse
"Rankin, Rev. Adam, house on W. High Street (its original site), built in 1784. Was oldest house in Lexington" (SEE: Item 73), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 116] browse
"McCauley house, used by Episcopal Theological Seminary -- also by well-known Boy's School of Professor Gordon", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 118] browse
Pope House (Sen. John Pope) stands on south side of Grosvenor Avenue. Was occupied by Woolfolk family, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 119] browse
"Glendover" (Wickliffe-Preston) house, 148 Jefferson St., build around 1825-30" (SEE: Item 473. REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.212"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 130] browse
"Lynnhurst building, 1860-67,demolished 1965" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.115"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 144] browse
Cochran-Allan House. (SEE: Item 548), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 151] browse
"Rankin, Rev. Adam, house - built 1784. Oldest house in Lexington." (SEE: Item "73,116". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.18,209,209,234,235"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 158] browse
"Desha House, High and Upper Sts. Residence buildt 1804" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.208"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 160] browse
"Old Swif House, home of Abe Lancaster" (SEE: Item "112,l174,307,64,431N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 163] browse
Love-Scott House (SEE: Item "53,54,425N,82"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 165] browse
"Stone House, old, N. on N.Main Street. Now under W. Main Viaduct. Home of Mrs. Leslie (Mary Lee) Carter, actress. Mrs. Carter appeared at the Opera House in "Zaza"." (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.18"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 167] browse
"Swift House, E. High Street on site of new Baptist Church" (SEE: Item "112,163,307,64,431N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 174] browse
Patterson House -- early stone house in Lexington (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.15-16"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 176] browse
"Rose Hill", 461 N. Linestone. Build 1812" (SEE: Item "432N, 197 (copy)". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p. 30"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 185] browse
"Jackson, Samuel Grant's house on s. Limestone on site of present Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station." (SEE: Item "190,191"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 188] browse
"White Cottage" (SEE: Item "100 (for copy),433N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 189] browse
Jackson House (site of present Ky. Agricultural Experiment Station.), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 190] browse
Jackson House (site of present Ky. Agricultural Experiment Station.), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 191] browse
"Gist, Levi, house (1816) Maxwell&Mill" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p. 22-26,p.50"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 192] browse
"Gist, Levi, house (1816) Maxwell&Mill", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 194] browse
"Tandy House, 153 S. Limestone and N. High Street. Once a Slave House" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p. 34"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 195] browse
"Rose Hill", 461 N. Linestone. Build 1812" (SEE: Item "185 (copy),432N". REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p. 30"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 197] browse
""thorn Hill" -- Clay-Duncan house." (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p. 99"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 198] browse
"Coolavin". Home of Judge Thomas Hickey. Once residence of Bishop Bascomb and Gen. Roger Hansin. Built before 1820, demolished c. 1900" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p. 65"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 199] browse
"Coolavin". Home of Judge Thomas Hickey. Built before 1820, demolished c. 1900" (SEE: Item 199), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 201] browse
"Todd-Eblu house, 486 W. 2nd Street, built 1814", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 205] browse
"Warner, Wm. A.,house, also Mrs. Susan Bell's residence, E. Main Street" (SEE: Item "206,269"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 240] browse
"Warner, William A., house,(c.1829) E. Main St." (SEE: Item "206,240"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 269] browse
"Mary Todde Lincoln house, W. Main Street", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 389] browse
Bush House - Broadway and Second Sts, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 400] browse
January House (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.86"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 401] browse
"Thorn Hill, designed by Latrobe. Once home of Cassius Clay" (SEE: Item 198, REFERENCE: "Ky. Progress Magazine, April, 1932"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 438] browse
"Morgan, Hunt House" (SEE: Item "30,78,79,133"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 448] browse
"Morgan, Hunt House", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 449] browse
"Gratz House, Interior", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 490] browse
Todd Home, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 497] browse
Todd Home, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 498] browse
Todd Home, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 499] browse
Todd Home, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 500] browse
Todd Home, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 501] browse
"Higgins, Joel, house, Lexington Avenue" (SEE: Item 557N), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 503] browse
"Fairlawn" - Old Wither's House. Home of Dr. Dudley", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 532] browse
"Fairlawn" - on North Broadway", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 533] browse
Cochran-Allen house (SEE: Item "151,152"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 548] browse
Grassland, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 572] browse
Swift Home (SEE: Item copy of 64), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 573] browse
Gratz House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 575] browse
Hope House, 1949
[box: 2, item: 578] browse
McCoy House (SEE: Item "101,434N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 613] browse
McKee/King House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 614] browse
Whitehall (SEE: Item 576), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 615] browse
House on Mill and Church corner (SEE: Item 576), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 616] browse
Lee Bradley House -- North Upper Street. L.H. Mulligan photo, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 644] browse
"Mill Street Building,erected by John Breckinridge, c. 1790s; sold to Col. Thos. Hurt; where Henry Clay was married; later occupied by John Bradford and Laura Clay; razed 1955. "Bruce House." (SEE: Item 255), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 10a] browse
"Todd-Eblu house, 486 W. 2nd Street, built 1814" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p. 53"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 204a] browse
"Morgan, Hunt House, Mrs. Reid is in doorway showing doorway to Mr. Hunt's office, Dec. 26, 1890(?)" (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.134"), 1890
[box: 2, item: 30a] browse
"(On Reverse) snow Scene, Lexington st." (SEE: Item 13), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 30b] browse
Black Baptism behind Work House Copy of #19 (SEE: Item "18,19,20". REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.55&6,p.254"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 40a] browse
"(On Reverse) E.S. Delong House, 4th and Limstone. Later Lexington Jr. High School." (SEE: Item 137 copy. REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.23"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 40b] browse
550 W. Main St. House (SEE: Item 122.98), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 63b] browse
Rural Scenery & Structures series
"Ryman's Mill, Fayette Co.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 16] browse
Ryman's Mill, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 17] browse
"Cox's Creek, Nelson County", late 1890s
[box: 2, item: 24] browse
"Log Cabin, Old Frankfor Road" (SEE: Item 140 (copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 126] browse
Unidentified log cabin, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 136] browse
"Log house, Frankfort Road" (SEE: Item 126 (copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 140] browse
"Frankfort, Kentucky (sketch)" (SEE: Item 381), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 313] browse
Toll House. (Sketch), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 333] browse
"Toll Gate on Harrodsburg Pike. (by Jaubert, 1895)" (SEE: Item 39b), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 344] browse
Camp Nelson (SEE: Item 356), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 345] browse
Fayette Co. Road and stone wall, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 348] browse
Unidentified scene with a house, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 349] browse
Unidentified scene with several houses, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 350] browse
Unidentified scene of a field, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 351] browse
Unidentified cliff with a house on top, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 352] browse
Buckhannon Mill or Brown's Mill - Wodford County, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 355] browse
Camp Nelson covered bridge (torn down 1933) (SEE: Item 345), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 356] browse
Indian Mound -- Lemon's Mill Road, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 360] browse
Unidentified building near a creek, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 362] browse
Mill (Old), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 363] browse
High Bridge in Ky. (Built in 1876), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 373] browse
"Frankfort, Kentucky (sketch)" (SEE: Item 314), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 381] browse
Slave Barn, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 402] browse
Slave Barn, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 403] browse
Log Cabin , ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 404] browse
Covered bridge (sketch), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 412] browse
Mill at Bardstown, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 582] browse
"Southern Railway Bridge over Kentucky River and confluence of Dix River, formerly Burroughs Mustard Factory", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 48a] browse
"(On Reverse) Old Police Station, Water St., c 1900-1905 with Pete Jenkins, policeman" (SEE: Item "35,218,291,222,225"), c.1900-1905
[box: 2, item: 48b] browse
A monument to David Goodloe in the cemetery, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 51a] browse
(On Reverse) Large group of men watching a train cross a bridge, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 51b] browse
"Clay's Mill Site, Jessamine County", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 584N]
"Merchant's Grocery, Jessamine County", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 586N]
Schools (Public Library, Orphan Asylum) series
Unidentified school children with teachers, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 47] browse
"Delong house, 4th&Limestone, later Lexington Jr. High" (SEE: Item 40b(copy)), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 137] browse
"Davidson School #5, Upper Street (south) and Bolivar. Demolished 1903-1905. Built on foundation of old Work House, w. Corner of Upper and Bolivar." (REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.253-54"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 210] browse
"Holiday House, 526 S. Lime; Nellie Kensel's Boys School" (SEE: Item 56), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 212] browse
St. John's Male Academy. (SEE: Item "8a,549N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 215] browse
"Orphan Asylum, West Third Street" (SEE: Item "237,547N". REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.34&Coleman, J. Winston. The Squire's Sketches of Lexington [Henry Clay Press, Lexington, KY., 1972], p.37"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 230] browse
"Orphan Asylum, West Third Street. Copy of 589." (SEE: Item "230,547N". REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.34&Coleman, J. Winston. The Squire's Sketches of Lexington [Henry Clay Press, Lexington, KY., 1972], p.37"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 237] browse
Short and Market Building once used as Lexington Public Library (SEE: Item "87 (copy), 551N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 249] browse
Lex. Public Library, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 450] browse
McCauley House (group of school children, REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p. 99"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 459] browse
Lafayette Female Academy, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 561] browse
Orphan Asylum (SEE: Item copy of 237), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 589] browse
St. John's Male Academy (SEE: Item copy of 8a), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 590] browse
Sayre Female Institute, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 599] browse
Sayre Female Institute (SEE: Item Copy of 599), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 600] browse
Sayre Female Institute, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 601] browse
"Slave Jail: Beverly Hicks Boys School, etc" Built in 1850 (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.59"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 4a] browse
"Holliday House, 526 S. Lime, Nettie Kensell's Boys School" (SEE: Item 212), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 5b] browse
"St. John's Male Academy, Walnut St. Copy of 8a" (SEE: Item "215,549N"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 8a] browse
Stereographs series
Unidentified building with trees, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 1] browse
Unidentified building (SEE: Item "18,19,40"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 21] browse
Unidentified -- 3 men on a walk, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 22] browse
Unidenfified -- 3 men on a path, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 23] browse
Ashland -- stereo card (copy of #93), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 90] browse
Unidentified building. Stereograph by Wilson, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 91] browse
Unidentified building. Stereograph by Wilson, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 92] browse
Backyard at Ashland (copy of 90), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 93] browse
Unidentified home, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 107] browse
"Loudoun, Castlewood Park" (SEE: Item 110. REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Ante Bellum Houses of the Bluegrass [University of Ky. Press, 1961], p.94"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 108] browse
Unidentified house, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 138] browse
"Houston, General. House on S. Mill", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 168] browse
Unidentified farm, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 182] browse
Unidentified house, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 183] browse
Court House (3rd) (SEE: Item "232,236"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 221] browse
"Court House (3rd); designed by David Sutton of Lexington - build in 1806, torn down in 1883." (SEE: Item "221,236"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 232] browse
Court House (3rd) (SEE: Item "221,232"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 236] browse
"Cheapside - view from Cheapsdie about 1860-65 by John S. Wilson, a Lexington druggist and early amateur photographer", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 257] browse
Cheapside about 1855, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 258] browse
Unidentified scene , ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 260] browse
"1st Baptist Church in background;storeyard,West Short Street.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 271] browse
Unidentified buildings. (SEE: Item 411), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 277] browse
Woodland (Irvine House) (SEE: Item "159,45,46b"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 331] browse
Unidentified rocks and two children, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 357] browse
"Unidentified building with sign, "Jefferson Island".", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 359] browse
3rd Court-House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 383] browse
Lex. Light Infantry on Cheapside. Major T. Lewinski was drill master (c.1852-56) (REFERENCE: "Lexington Leader,June 30,1938"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 384] browse
3rd Court-House and Cheapside (SEE: Item 474), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 386] browse
Unidentified fountain, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 410] browse
Unidentified buildings. (SEE: Item 277), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 411] browse
Unidentified Black Man with Wheelbarrow, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 458] browse
Possibly Ashalnd from the rear (SEE: Item 127), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 471] browse
Unidentified woman, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 472] browse
"Glendower" or "Restin Place" (SEE: Item 130), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 473] browse
3rd Court-House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 474] browse
3rd Court-House, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 475] browse
Unidentified men (photo by Lewinski?), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 476] browse
Unidentified group of people, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 477] browse
Transylvania University series
Gratz Kitchen in Gratz Park. Detail of temporary entrance -- was added to Gratz Kitchen during occupancy of Haward Gratz. Was built by Transylvania University, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 211] browse
"Cheapside with Northern Bank Bldg, (in Transy folder). Court Day scene. Photo taken around 1882" (REFERENCE: "Battaile, B.K. Lexington: Pictorial Nostaligia [Lexington, Ky.: s.n., 1974], p.47"), 1882
[box: 2, item: 33a] browse
"Old Morrision" and Market St. (c.1888)" (SEE: Item 33r), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 451a] browse
Lexington Street scene near Transy. (on reverse), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 451b] browse
Woodland Park (Woodlawn) series
"Woodland Park, First Swimming Pool. (by Jaubert, 1890) With comedian Sam Lec.", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 340] browse
Woodland Park in 1890, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 343] browse
Woodlands -- Kentucky University, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 395] browse
Woodlands -- Kentucky University, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 396] browse
Woodlands -- Kentucky University, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 397] browse
"Woodlands", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 492] browse
"Woodlands", ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 493] browse
Women and Christian Temperance Union, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 45a] browse
(0n Reverse) Revival in Woodland Park, ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 45b] browse
Stage Coach on Short and Mill Sts. Once office of Gratz Kentucky Gazette (last office in Central Ky.) (SEE: Item "372,52,295"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 46a] browse
(On reverse) Trolleys (Mule Drawn) at Woodland Park (c. 1890) (SEE: Item 27a. REFERENCE: "Lancaster, Clay. Vestiges of the Venerable City [Lexington-Fayette Co. Historic Commission, 1978], p.211"), ca.1880-1953
[box: 2, item: 46b] browse

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