Old Wooden Bridge over Kentucky River
Title:
Old Wooden Bridge over Kentucky River
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), White Border unused


Old Crow Distillery
Title:
Old Crow Distillery
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Not far from this spot near the mouth of Glenn's Creek, (on the Woodford County line) Dr. James Crow established his first distillery around 1835. From the very beginning, leading figures of the day hailed Old Crow as the best bourbon they'd ever tasted. Daniel Webster called it "the finest whiskey in the world." Today, Old Crow is still the finest Kentucky bourbon ever put into glass, and has more than earned its title as "America's Preferred Bourbon."



New State Capitol
Title:
New State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


State Penitentiary Grounds
Title:
State Penitentiary Grounds
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1914 Sep-24



Hotel Southern
Title:
Hotel Southern
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Union Building and Citizens' National Bank
Title:
Union Building and Citizens' National Bank
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused



Kentucky New State Capitol
Title:
Kentucky New State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


State Office Building
Title:
State Office Building
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected in 1941 on site of old Prison. Twelve stories high, it contains 160,000 sq. ft. of office space. Dexter Press, Inc.



State Bridge and Post Office
Title:
State Bridge and Post Office
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1927 Feb-08


New Capital Hotel
Title:
New Capital Hotel
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1927 Feb-4



Kentucky State College - Hume Hall
Title:
Kentucky State College - Hume Hall
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.


Main Street as Seen From Memorial Bridge
Title:
Main Street as Seen From Memorial Bridge
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Helen O'Brien Dexter Press Inc.



Bird's Eye View of Kentucky River
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Kentucky River
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908


New State Capitol
Title:
New State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-22



The Kentucky State Capitol
Title:
The Kentucky State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Has its state capitol in the quaint city of Frankfort, sometimes referred to as the "Blue Grass State," was admitted to the Union in 1792. It has an area of 40,400 square miles, and has as its state flower the golden rod. Kentucky, so called since 1782, derived its name from its principal river


Kentucky New State Capitol
Title:
Kentucky New State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Kentucky State Capitol and Seal
Title:
Kentucky State Capitol and Seal
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Kentucky has its State Capitol in the quaint city of Frankfort. Kentucky, sometimes referred to as the "Blue Grass State," was admitted to the Union in 1792. It has an area of 40,400 square miles, and has as its State flower the golden rod. Kentucky, so called since 1782, derived its name from its principal river


Capitol Building
Title:
Capitol Building
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Finished in 1909



Liberty Hall
Title:
Liberty Hall
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
A fine example of Georgine architecture, designed by Thomas Jefferson. Built in 1796 by John Brown, Kentucky's 1st US Senator; contains old family furniture, portraits, china, etc.; among distinguished guests were: Lafayette, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jackson, Wm. Henry Harrison, Henry Clay, and Aaron Burr


Country Club
Title:
Country Club
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jan-28



The Kentucky State Capitol
Title:
The Kentucky State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Kentucky has it State Capitol in the quaint city of Frankfort, Kentucky, sometimes referred to as the "Blue Grass State," was admitted to the Union in 1792. It has an area of 40,400 square miles, and has as its state flower the golden rod. Kentucky, so called since 1782, derived its name from its principal river


State Arsenal
Title:
State Arsenal
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1850 by N.C. Cook. Used for storage and distribution of arms and equipment for State Militia



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Frankfort TraveLodge
Title:
Frankfort TraveLodge
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Refrigerated central air conditioning and heating, heated swimming pool, Free TV, AM & FM radio, piped in music, direct dial telephones, and extra length beds. Conference room. Excellent restaurant adjacent. Located east 5 blocks from Downtown, U.S. Highways 60, 460, 421 and 127, 2 mi. west of I-64. 711 East Main Street



Kentucky New State Capitol
Title:
Kentucky New State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


Greetings
Title:
Greetings
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
F - Old State Capitol R - Old State Capitol A - Old State Capitol N - State Reformatory K - Soffel's Bend, Kentucky River F - Soffel's Bend, Kentucky River O - The K. Taylor Distilling Co., Inc. R - The K. Taylor Distilling Co., Inc. T - Daniel Boone's Monument



Old State Arsenal
Title:
Old State Arsenal
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected 185-. Home of Kentucky Military History Museum since 1973. Located on U.S. Highway 60 East, Frankfort, Kentucky


State Capitol Annex
Title:
State Capitol Annex
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Built 1949-52 at a cost of $6,000,000; houses offices of the State Government



New Governors Mansion
Title:
New Governors Mansion
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Glenn Durham Became home of Kentucky's Governors in 1914. Located on grounds adjacent to New Capitol Building Dexter Press, Inc


Frankfort TraveLodge
Title:
Frankfort TraveLodge
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
FRANKFORT TRAVELODGE 711 East Main St. Frankfort, Kentucky Phone: 223-2041 Located east 5 blocks from Downtown U. S. Highways 60, 460, 421 and 127, 2 mi. west of I-64. Has refrigerated central air conditioning and heating, heated swimming pool, Free TV, AM & FM radio, piped in music, direct dial telephones, and extra length beds. Conference room. Excellent restaurant adjacent. FOR TRAVELODGE RESERVATIONS DIAL 800-255-3050 (TOLL FREE)



State Capital from Daniel Boone Monument
Title:
State Capital from Daniel Boone Monument
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Frankfort Office Supply Co


State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Golden Rod Kentucky State Flower. Fair Women are Kentucky's dower The Golden Rod her ehosen Flower and may this emblem ever wave Over loyal sons both true and brave



Old State House
Title:
Old State House
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1957 Sep-09

Description:
Old State House, Frankfort, Ky. Built 1829 on site of two former Capitols. Now, the home of the Kentucky Historical Society.


Daniel Boone Monument
Title:
Daniel Boone Monument
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Monument Overlooking the Beautiful Kentucky River at Frankfort, Ky.



Grave Of Daniel Boone
Title:
Grave Of Daniel Boone
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in Frankfort cemetery, high above the palisades of the Kentucky River, is the grave and monument of Daniel Boone and his wife, Rebecca. Daniel Boone started his exploration of homage to this man who came first to appreciate the wealth of beauty which is Kentucky.


Berry Mansion, Juniper Hill community Center
Title:
Berry Mansion, Juniper Hill community Center
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



State Capitol Annex
Title:
State Capitol Annex
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Built 1949-52 at a cost of $6,000,000. Houses offices of the state Government.


Old Grand Dad Distillery
Title:
Old Grand Dad Distillery
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
First made in 1882, Old Grand-Dad… "Head of the Bourbon Family" is now produced in this modern distillery on the banks of Elkhorn Creek, four miles from Frankfort, Ky. Finest of all bourbons, Old Grand-Dad is now bottled at lighter 86 proof, in addition to its world-famous 10 proof bottled in bond.



Kentucky New State Capitol Gold Embossed
Title:
Kentucky New State Capitol Gold Embossed
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


Aerial Of State Capitol And Annex
Title:
Aerial Of State Capitol And Annex
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1965 Apr-06

Description:
Aerial of State Capitol and Annex. Frankfort, Kentucky.



Kentucky Court Of Appeals
Title:
Kentucky Court Of Appeals
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1946 Jul-02

Description:
New State Capitol


Governor's Mansion
Title:
Governor's Mansion
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The home for the Governor of Kentucky, on a beautiful plot adjacent to the Capitol, and overlooking the scenic Kentucky River, was erected in 1912. This elegant mansion for the Chief Executive of Kentucky, is 160 feet long, 80 ft. wide and three stories high. It was built to harmonize with the beautiful State Capitol.



Old State House
Title:
Old State House
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Permission Kentucky State Historical Society


Rotunda And Top Of Circular Stairway
Title:
Rotunda And Top Of Circular Stairway
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Permission Kentucky State Historical Society



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Old State Capitol
Title:
Old State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Old State Capitol was built in 1827 and now houses the Museum of the Historical Society. Said to be the finest example of Greek revival Architecture in the country. An interesting feature is the circular stairway, having no support other than the arch action of the steps.



Greetings From Frankfort
Title:
Greetings From Frankfort
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Key to views on other side :- F - Old State Capitol R - Old State Capitol A - Old State Capitol N - State Reformatory K - Soffel's Bend, Kentucky River F - Soffel's Bend, Kentucky River O - The K. Taylor Distilling Co., Inc., R - The K. Taylor Distilling Co., Inc., T - Daniel Boone's Monument.


New State Office Building
Title:
New State Office Building
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



State Capitol And Governor's Mansion At Frankfort
Title:
State Capitol And Governor's Mansion At Frankfort
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Kentucky Court Of Appeals
Title:
Kentucky Court Of Appeals
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Kentucky State Monument
Title:
Kentucky State Monument
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), White Border unused


High Bridge Over Kentucky River State Capitol
Title:
High Bridge Over Kentucky River State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1931

Description:
In Kentucky 1. The moonlight falls the softest, The summer days come oftest, Friendship is the strongest, Love's light glows the longest, Yet, wrong is always wrongest in Kentucky. 2. Life's burdens bear the lightest, The home fires burn the brightest, While Players are the keenest, Cards come out the meanest, The pocket emptiest cleanest in Kentucky. 3. The sun shines ever brightest, The breezes whisper lightest, Plain girls are the fewest, Their little hearts are truest, Maidens' eyes the bluest in Kentucky. 4. Orators are the grandest, Officials are the blandest, Boys are all the fliest, Danger ever nightest,Taxes are the highest in Kentucky. 5. The bluegrass waves the bluest, Yet, bluebloods are the fewest (?), Moonshine is the clearest, By no means the dearest, And, yet, it acts the queerest in Kentucky. 6. The dovenotes are the saddeest, The streams dance on the gladdest, Hip pockets are the thickest, Pistol hands the slickest, The cylinder turns quickest, in Kentucky. 7. The song birds are the sweetest, The thoroughbreds are fleetest, Mountains tower proudest, Thunder peals the loudest, The landscape is the grandest And politics - the damnedest in Kentucky.



The Pediment, Capitol
Title:
The Pediment, Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Kentucky State Capitol
Title:
Kentucky State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Main Corridor, Capitol
Title:
The Main Corridor, Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Kentucky New State Capitol
Title:
Kentucky New State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1909



State Capitol
Title:
State Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Capitol Bldg. at Frankfort, Ky, is among the finest in the country, the dome being a reproduction of Napoleon's Tomb. Stairways are fashioned after the Paris Opera


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Real Photo unused



Peristyle Over the Great Spring at the Old Taylor Distillery
Title:
Peristyle Over the Great Spring at the Old Taylor Distillery
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1938 Jun-14

Description:
of E. H. Taylor, Jr. and Sons, Inc., Frankfort, Kentucky.


Kentucky State College
Title:
Kentucky State College
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Ezra Brooks
Title:
Ezra Brooks
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Kentucky's finest little distillery proudly salutes South Florida's largest volume liquor chain - State Liquor Stores and Big Daddy's Lounges. Big Daddy's Lounges typify the spirit and vitality of this land of fun, relaxation and recreation...and they reflect South Florida's success as an attraction for natives and tourists alike. In honor of Big Daddy's, we now offer our limited stock of Ezra Brooks 12 year old, 90 proof real sippin' whiskey in this Heritage China reproduction. The molds for this bottle have been destroyed, and no more will be made. It's truly a collector's item


Famous Old Daylor Distillery
Title:
Famous Old Daylor Distillery
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Crystal-clear, the limestone spring water of the Old Taylor Distillery on the outskirts of Frankfort, Ky., has helped give unmatched flavor to millions of bottles of Old Taylor bourbon. That's one of the reasons why everything's old fashioned about Old Taylor - except the people who drink it



St. Clair St. showing Old Capitol
Title:
St. Clair St. showing Old Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908 Jan-10


Kentucky State Penitentiary
Title:
Kentucky State Penitentiary
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-10

Description:
Series R-35755



Second Street
Title:
Second Street
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Episcopal Church
Title:
Episcopal Church
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused



The Pride of Kentucky - Capitol
Title:
The Pride of Kentucky - Capitol
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1914


State Capitol At Frankfort, In Old Kentucky
Title:
State Capitol At Frankfort, In Old Kentucky
Frankfort Kentucky (KY), Linen unused





Total: 68 Items