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Lexington and Danville Company Indenture
1 Dec. 1855
The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA
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[Identification of item], Lexington and Danville Company Indenture, 1 Dec. 1855, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.
A predecessor to the Kentucky Central Railroad chartered by the Kentucky General Assembly in 1851 to construct and operate a rail line between Lexington and Danville (Ky.). The company was insolvent by 1858. Indenture signed by president of the Lexington and Danville Railroad, Leslie Combs, selling a tract of land near Cox and Manchester streets in Lexington (Ky.) to John B. Payne for $150. An attachment diagrams the location of the tract. Card file in repository
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