Talbott Tavern
Title:
Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Continuously Since 1779


Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome



Overview of Bardstown
Title:
Overview of Bardstown
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1983 Apr-19

Description:
This is the home of Barton Distilling Company and the Barton Museum of Whiskey History.


Jones Kentucky Home Restaurant
Title:
Jones Kentucky Home Restaurant
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



THe General Nelson Motel
Title:
THe General Nelson Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located three minutes driving distance from "My Old Kentucky Hone" and "Stephen Foster Story". Combination Tub and Shower - Room Control Heat and Air Conditioning - Wall-to-Wall Carpeting - TV - Room Phones - Heated Swimming Pool and Kiddie Pool - Putting Green. A Best Western Motel/AAA Approved. 414 West Stephen Foster Ave.



Federal Hill
Title:
Federal Hill
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1925 Sep-25

Description:
Where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home."


The Old Stone Inn - now The Talbott Tavern
Title:
The Old Stone Inn - now The Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



The Old Kentucky Home
Title:
The Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), White Border unused


Downtown Street Scene
Title:
Downtown Street Scene
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Joyce L. Haynes Dexter Press Inc.



The Stephen Foster Story, Minstrel Scene
Title:
The Stephen Foster Story, Minstrel Scene
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
A scene from the romantic musical production by the Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Green, staged each summer in an atmosphere on the grounds of My Old Kentucky Home. For additional information write: Box 587, Bardstown.


Wilson's Motel
Title:
Wilson's Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Wilson's Motel
Title:
Wilson's Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen

Description:
530 N. Third Street.


Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
414 West Stephen Foster Avenue



Federal Hill - where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home"
Title:
Federal Hill - where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home"
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
414 West Stephen Foster Ave.; Phone 348-8090 (Area Code 502). Located three minutes driving distance from "My Old Kentucky Home" and "Stephen Foster Story"; comb. tub and shower; room control heat and air conditioning; wall-to-wall carpeting; TV; room phones; swimming pool and kiddie pool; putting green; restaurant and lounge nearby



Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome

Description:
414 West Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, Ky. 40004 Phone 348-8030 (Area Code 502) Located three minutes driving distance from "My Old Kentucky Hone" and "Stephen Foster Story" Comb. Tub and Shower - Room Control Heat and Air Conditioning - Wall-to-Wall Carpeting - TV - Room Phones - Heated Swimming Pool and Kiddie Pool - Putting Green


The Old Stone Inn, Now the Talbott Tavern
Title:
The Old Stone Inn, Now the Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
This Old Stone Inn, now The Old Talbott Tavern, Bardstown, KY, was built about 1779 and is believed to be one of the oldest Inns in continuous operation in the United States



Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
414 West Stephen Foster Ave. Bardstown, Ky, 40004 Phone PBX (502) 348-5979 or (502) 348-8090 Located three minutes driving distance from "My Old Kentucky Home" and "Stephen Foster Story," Comb, Tub and Shower - Room Control Heat and Air-Conditioning - Wal-to-Wall Carpeting - Color Cable TV - Direct Dial Phones - Swimming Pool and Kiddie Pool. Restaurant and Lounge nearby. Group Tours Welcome


Talbott Tavern - Continuously Since 1779
Title:
Talbott Tavern - Continuously Since 1779
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc



Coffee Shop, the Old Talbott Tavern
Title:
Coffee Shop, the Old Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Coffee Shop in the historic Old Stone Inn, now the Talbott Tavern, built about 1779--Bardstown, Ky. Old Kentucky Hickory Smoked Hams are shown hanging from the ceiling


Jones' Kentucky Home Restaurant
Title:
Jones' Kentucky Home Restaurant
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
14 good reasons for eating here. Highway 62 West. A selection of fine foods and service to please "almost" everyone



The Colonial Dining Room Talbott Tavern
Title:
The Colonial Dining Room Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1975 Jun-3

Description:
The Colonial Dining Room Talbott Tavern Continuously Operated Since 1779 Bardstown, Kentucky


Old Inn Sign at Old Talbot Tavern
Title:
Old Inn Sign at Old Talbot Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Real Photo



Church and Convent, Nazareth Academy
Title:
Church and Convent, Nazareth Academy
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Aerial View of Town, Nelson County
Title:
Aerial View of Town, Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the home of the Barton Distilling Company and the Barton Museum of Whiskey History. Extended over 180 acres are the distillery (the largest distillery under one roof in Kentucky, bottling facilities, and 31 seven-story whiskey ageing warehouses, each with a capacity of 20,000 barrels. Kentucky bourbon of the highest quality has been distilled, aged and bottled on these same premises since 1879. Current brands of outstanding bourbon made and bottled here include Kentucky Gentleman, Very Old Barton, Tom Moore, Colonel Lee and Barton's Qt Premium American Light Whiskey - the new quiet taste in whiskey - is also made here



Aerial View of Bardstown
Title:
Aerial View of Bardstown
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Nelson County seat. Here in the lovely Kentucky Hills are located the famous "My Old Kentucky Home" mansion where Stephen Foster wrote his immortal ballad and the world renowned St. Joseph's Cathedral. In the background is the old town of Bardstown. In the foreground covering 85 acres are the numerous buildings comprising the plant of the Barton Distilling Company where Tom Moore, Kentucky's finest bourbon has been distilled, aged and bottled since 1879. Barton's other famous Kentucky straight bourbons are Colonel Lee and Kentucky Gentleman Dexter Press, Inc


"Mountain Dew Hillbillies", The Old Stable Restaurant & Tavern
Title:
"Mountain Dew Hillbillies", The Old Stable Restaurant & Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
All evening meals are accompanied by our "Mountain Dew Hillbillies," who play Bluegrass and Country Music along with traditional renditions, throughout the meal Dexter Press



Aerial View of Bardstown, Nelson County
Title:
Aerial View of Bardstown, Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
this is the home of the Barton Distilling Company and the Barton Museum of Whiskey History. Extended over 180 acres are the distillery (the largest distillery under one roof in Kentucky, bottling facilities, and 31 seven-story whiskey ageing warehouses, each with a capacity of 20,000 barrels. Kentucky bourbon of the highest quality has been distilled, aged and bottled on these same premises since 1879. Current brands of outstanding bourbon made and bottled here include Kentucky Gentleman, Very Old Barton, Tom Moore, Colonel Lee and Barton's QT Premium American Light Whiskey - the new quiet taste in whiskey - is also made here


Coffee Shop, the Old Talbott Tavern
Title:
Coffee Shop, the Old Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Coffee Shop in the historic Old Talbott Tavern was built around 1779. It has thick stone walls, deep window casings, ceiling timbers and old open fireplaces. Cooking was done in these fireplaces and the loft above was used as rooms for travelers, one room for women guests and the other for men. The Tavern is famous for Chicken and Country Ham dinners. Smoked hams may be seen hanging from the ceiling



St. Joseph Cathedral
Title:
St. Joseph Cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


St. Joseph Cathedral
Title:
St. Joseph Cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected 1816-1819 under Bishop Benedict Joseph Flaget, this is the oldest cathedral west of the Allegheny Mountains. It contains a rare collection of famous paintings by Old World Masters, donated by Louis Philippe, Duke of Orleans, afterwards King of France. He had visited Bardstown in 1797 while in exile



Old Kentucky Home Motel
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1975

Description:
Located three minutes driving distance from "My Old Kentucky Home" and "Stephen Foster Story". Comb. tub and shower. Room control heat and air conditioning. Wall to wall carpeting. TV. Room phones. Swimming pool and kiddie pool. Putting green. Restaurant and lounge nearby


Federal Hill, "My Old Kentucky Home"
Title:
Federal Hill, "My Old Kentucky Home"
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1950

Description:
The Home was built as a summer home in 1795, over 135 years ago, by John Rowan, Sr., a young lawyer of Louisville, Ky. The bricks came from England, were landed at Newport News, Va., and brought to Kentucky on sledges in winter along the Indian trails, drawn by oxen, driven by slaves



St. Joseph's Cathedral
Title:
St. Joseph's Cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
St. Joseph's Cathedral is the oldest cathedral west of the Allegheney Mountains. It was erected in 1816 and dedicated in 1819 by Rev. Joseph Flaget as its first Bishop. It has rare collection of famous paintings, donated by Louis Phillipe, who, as the Duke or Orleans, visited Bardstwon in 1897. These masterpieces are works of Old World Masters and now hang on the walls of the cathedral


St. Joseph Cathedral
Title:
St. Joseph Cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Coffee Shop, the Old Talbott Tavern
Title:
Coffee Shop, the Old Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Coffee Shop in the historic Old Talbott Tavern was built about 1779. It has thick stone walls, deep window casings, old built-in cupboards, heavy poplar ceiling timbers and old open fireplaces. Cooking was done in these fireplaces and the loft above was used as rooms for travelers, one room for women guests and the other for men. The Tavern is famous for chicken and country ham dinners. Smoked hams may be seen hanging from the ceiling


Federal Hill
Title:
Federal Hill
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home"



Downtown
Title:
Downtown
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Joyce L. Haynes The second oldest town in the state, Bardstown is an important tourist mecca. "My Old Kentucky Home" and many other points of interest are in the vicinity. Several of Kentucky's largest distilleries are in or near Bardstown Dexter Press, Inc


Wickland
Title:
Wickland
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
"Home of Three Governors": Charles A. Wickliffe {Gov. of Kentucky 1830-1840): Robert Charles Wickliffe {Gov. of Louisiana 1855): John Cripps Wickliffe Beckham {Gov. of Kentucky, 1900-07)



Hahn's Tourist Court and Restaurant
Title:
Hahn's Tourist Court and Restaurant
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Located on North Edge of City on U.S. Highways 31-E and 150 - 17 Units with baths (tub and shower), steam and gas heat. Moderate Rates. Modern Restaurant serving choice foods. 1 1/4 mile from "My Old Kentucky Home" Shrine. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Hahn, Owners - Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Riley, Managers. Member AAA


Hahn's Tourist Court Restaurant, on Highways U.S. 31-E and 150. Member A.A.A
Title:
Hahn's Tourist Court Restaurant, on Highways U.S. 31-E and 150. Member A.A.A
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Located on North Edge of City on U.S. Highways 31-E and 150. 17 units with baths (tub and shower), steam and gas heat. Moderate rates. Modern restaurant serving choice foods. Phone 3646 or 3828. 1 1/4 miles from "My Old Kentucky Home" Shrine. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hahn, Owners. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Riley, Managers



The Old Stone Inn, Now the Talbott Tavern
Title:
The Old Stone Inn, Now the Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen

Description:
The Old Talbott Tavern, often known as the Old Stone Inn, built in 1779, is an ancient and interesting Old Inn. It is believed to be one of the oldest hotels in continuous operation west of the Alleghenies. One of the Guest rooms has curious paintings in oil done on the plastered walls, the work of an unknown artist many years ago. It has been Host to Travelers for more than 165 years


Talbott Tavern
Title:
Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Coffee Shop. Since 1779. The original Old Stone Inn. All cooking was done in two open fireplaces. The loft above contained two sleeping rooms: 1 for men, 1 for women. Excellent food in the atmosphere of old stage coach days. Open Year round



Aerial View of Bardstown, Nelson County
Title:
Aerial View of Bardstown, Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Here in the lovely Kentucky Hills are located the famous "My Old Kentucky Home" and the world renowned St. Joseph's Cathedral. In the background is the old town of Bardstown. In the foreground covering 125 acres are some of the numerous buildings comprising the plant of the Barton Distilling Company and the Barton Museum of Whiskey History. Tom Moore, Kentucky's finest Bourbon has been distilled, aged and bottled on this spot since 1879. Barton's other famous Kentucky Straight Bourbons are Colonel Lee, Kentucky Gentleman and Old Barton


Wilson Motel -- U.S. 31E and 150
Title:
Wilson Motel -- U.S. 31E and 150
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
A modern court in beautiful surroundings. Individual room controlled steam heat and Air Conditioning. Tile baths - Wall-to-wall carpeting and Free T.V



Talbotr Tavern
Title:
Talbotr Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The doors of this historic old Stone Inn have never been closed since 1779. Much of early history of Kentucky originated in the Inn when host to such notable personages as Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and Wm. Henry Harrison


Bardstown-Parkview Motel
Title:
Bardstown-Parkview Motel
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Opposite "My Old Kentucky Home" State Park. Restaurant - Pool - Meeting Room - Playground - T.V. - Phones - Carpeting - Individual Room Controlled Heat and Air Conditioning - Combination Tub and Shower. For Reservations: Phone 348-5961



Talbott Tavern
Title:
Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Talbott Tavern Continuously Since 1779 Bardstown, Ky Dexter Press, Inc


Bardstown Nelson County
Title:
Bardstown Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series K-10916 This is the home of the Barton Distilling Company and the Barton Museum of Whiskey History. Extended over 180 acres are the distillery (the largest distillery under one roof in Kentucky, bottling facilities, and 31 seven story whiskey ageing warehouses, each with a the highest quality has been distilled, aged and bottled on these same premises since 1879. Current brands of outstanding bourbon made and bottled here include Kentucky Gentleman, Very Old Barton, Tom Moore, Colonel Lee and Barton's Qt Premium American Light Whiskey - the new quiet taste in whiskey - is also made here.



Bardstown, Nelson County
Title:
Bardstown, Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series K-10916 This is the home of the Barton Distilling Company and the Barton Museum of Whiskey History. Extended over 140 acres are the distilling plant, 31 ageing warehouses and bottling facilities. Tom Moore, Kentucky Gentleman, Colonel Lee and Very Old Barton, all Kentucky's finest Bourbons, have been distilled, aged and bottled on these premises since 1879.


The Old Stone Inn
Title:
The Old Stone Inn
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Series 9A853-N The Old Talbot Tavern, often known as the Old Stone Inn, built in 1779, is an ancient and interesting Old Inn. It is believed to be one of the oldest hotels in continuous operation west of the Alleghenies. One of the Guest rooms has curious paintings in oil done on the plastered walls, the work of an unknown artist many years ago. It has been Host to Travelers for more than 165 years.



Bardstown, Nelson County
Title:
Bardstown, Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the home of the Barton Distilling company and the barton museum of whiskey history. Extended over 140 acres are the distilling plant, 31 ageing warehouses and bottling facilities. Tom Moore, Kentucky Gentleman, Colonel Lee and Very Old Barton, all Kentucky's finest Bourbons, have been distilled, aged and bottled on these premises since 1879.


Mat's Cabin My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
Mat's Cabin My Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This cabin formerly housed the slaves at Federal Hill



Old Kentucky Home Motel, 414 West Stephen Foster Ave
Title:
Old Kentucky Home Motel, 414 West Stephen Foster Ave
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located three minutes driving distance from "My old Kentucky Home" and "Stephen Foster Story" Comb. Tub and Shower - Room Control Heat and Air-Conditioning - Wall-to-Wall Carpeting - Color Cable TV - Direct Dial Phones - Swimming Pool and Kiddie Pool. Restaurant and Lounge nearby. Group Tours Welcome.


Talbott Tavern
Title:
Talbott Tavern
BArdstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Talbott Tavern, Bardstown, Kentucky. The doors of this historic old Stone Inn have never been closed since 1779. Much of early history of Kentucky originated in the Inn when host to such notable personages as Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and Wm. Henry Harrison.



St. Joseph's Cathedral
Title:
St. Joseph's Cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Real Photo unused


Old Kentucky Home
Title:
Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1947

Description:
While visiting here ,Strphen Collins Forest,author of many popular negro melodies ,wrote "My Old Kenbtucky Home ". The house was the former home of Judge Rowan.It is new a state shrine



St. Joseph Cathedral
Title:
St. Joseph Cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Coffee Shop
Title:
Coffee Shop
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
The Coffee Shop in the historic Old Talbott Tavern was built about 1779. It has thick stone walls, deep window casings, old built-in cupboards, heavy poplar ceiling timbers and old open fireplaces. Cooking was done in these fireplaces and the loft above was used as rooms for travelers, one room for women guests and the other for men. The Tavern is famous for Chicken and country Ham Dinners. Smoked Hams may be seen hanging from the ceiling.



My Old Kentucky Home State Shrine
Title:
My Old Kentucky Home State Shrine
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
My Old Kentucky Home highway marker at Bardstown Kentucky


Federal Hill
Title:
Federal Hill
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
"My Old Kentucky Home", The home was built as a summer home in 1795, over 135 years ago, by John Rowan, Sr., a young lawyer of Louisville, Ky. The bricks came from England, were landed at Newport News, Va., and brought to Kentucky on sledges in winter along the Indian trails, drawn by oxen, driven by slaves.



Federal Hill
Title:
Federal Hill
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Well known as "My Old Kentucky Home."


My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
My Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1932



Federal Hill My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
Federal Hill My Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


The Old Stone Inn, Talbott Tavern
Title:
The Old Stone Inn, Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1952

Description:
The Old Talbott Tavern, often known as the Old Stone Inn, built in 1779, is an ancient and interesting Old Inn. It is believed to be one of the oldest hotels in continuous operation west of the Alleghenies. One of the Guest rooms has curious paintings in oil done an plastered walls, the work of an unknown artist many years ago. It has been Host to Travelers for more than 165 years.



Living Room, The Old Kentucky Home
Title:
Living Room, The Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1936

Description:
In Old Kentucky"" where Stephens Collins Foster wrote ""My Old Kentucky Home"" This house, 38 miles south of Louisville and 3/4 of a mile east of Bardstown has 7 rooms 22 x 22 feet, ceiling height 15 Feet, a hall 15 x 50 feet running through the center. Here in August, 1830, Stephen Collins Foster, author of many negro melodies, wrote ""My Old Kentucky Home."" The House, built in 1795 by Foster's uncle, John Rowan, later Judge and U. S. Senator, is a replica of Indepence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed


Jones' Kentucky Home Restaurant, Highway 62 West
Title:
Jones' Kentucky Home Restaurant, Highway 62 West
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
14 Good Reasons for Eating Here A selection of fine foods to please everyone. Good coffee, Home made Pies. Your Host, Wyanda and Bill Jones



My Old Kentucky Home, Federal Hill
Title:
My Old Kentucky Home, Federal Hill
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Home was built as a summer home in 1795, over 135 years ago, by John Rowan, Sr., a Young lawyer of Louisville, Ky. The bricks came from England, were landed at Newport News, Va., and brought to Kentucky on sledges in winter along the Indian trails, drawn by oxen driven by slaves


Street Scene Downtown
Title:
Street Scene Downtown
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



Federal Hill - where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home"
Title:
Federal Hill - where Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home"
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1947 May-3


Abbey of Gethsemane, Nelson County
Title:
Abbey of Gethsemane, Nelson County
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



The Old Stone Inn, Hotel Since 1779
Title:
The Old Stone Inn, Hotel Since 1779
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Talbott Tavern built in 1779 is one of the most historical spots in Kentucky. Much of the early history of Kentucky originated in this Inn, as Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, Wm. Henry Harrison and many other notable personages used the tavern as a stopping place when they were helping to shape the destiny of this "Dark and Bloody Ground" later to become the State of Kentucky


Jones' Kentucky Home Restaurant
Title:
Jones' Kentucky Home Restaurant
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome

Description:
Howard E. Gardner ON Us 62 West - one block off 31-E. The General Nelson Motel. Phone 502-348-3977. 39 deluxe units, TV, phones



Talbott Tavern
Title:
Talbott Tavern
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Glenn Durham Continuously Since 1779 Dexter Press, Inc


St. joseph cathedral
Title:
St. joseph cathedral
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1950



Federal Hill My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
Federal Hill My Old Kentucky Home
Bardstown Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1946

Description:
The Home was built as a summer home in 1795, ever 135 years ago, by John Rowan, Smith young lawyer of Louisville, Ky. The bricks came from England, were landed at newport News, Va., and brought to kentucky on sledges in winter along the Indian trails, drawn by oxen, driven by slaves.




Total: 77 Items