Kentucky Motel. Ashland, Kentucky
Title:
Kentucky Motel. Ashland, Kentucky
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1968 May-30

Description:
PH. 325-4636 U.S 23 and 60, Downtown Ashland 55 air conditioned rooms, free T.V. and room phone. Thermostatic controlled hot water heat. Two blocks from down town shopping district. Airport service by request. McClure restaurant within 100 feet.


Ashland By-Product Coke Company's Plant
Title:
Ashland By-Product Coke Company's Plant
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Winchester Avenue Looking West
Title:
Winchester Avenue Looking West
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1937 Aug-30


Bridge Across the Ohio River
Title:
Bridge Across the Ohio River
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Bridge across the Ohio River at Ashland, the metropolis of northeastern Kentucky. An industrial city with many natural resources located close by, account for its growth, as the present site was an uncultivated field less than 90 years ago.



Winchester Avenue
Title:
Winchester Avenue
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Brock Ashland is named after the Lexington, Ky. Estate of Henry Clay, one of the nation's great statesmen. Ashland is located in Northeastern Kentucky on the beautiful Ohio River at the Junction of Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky.


Chimne Corner Restaurant
Title:
Chimne Corner Restaurant
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
1624 Carter Ave. Convenient downtown location. Excellent food - good service. Serving daily 7:00 am to 8:30 pm except Tuesdays.



Henry Clay Hotel
Title:
Henry Clay Hotel
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1942 May-19


Imes Motel
Title:
Imes Motel
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen

Description:
4750 Winchester Avenue on US Routes 23 and 60. Eastern Kentucky's finest motel. New and modern, private bath in each room. Insulated - cool in summer - heated in winter with furnace heat - thermostatically controlled - open all year - reasonable rates - look for the neon sign. Your inspection invited. Phone OAK 2009



The Henry Clay Hotel
Title:
The Henry Clay Hotel
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1942 Sep-17

Description:
"One of Kentucky's Finest Hotels" Community owned and operated. Listed in Duncan Hines famous guides to travellers: "Adventures in Good Rating" and "Lodging for a Night"


Paul Blazer High School
Title:
Paul Blazer High School
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1964 Jul-16

Description:
This new campus style high schoo; is named after Paul G. Blazer, one of Ashland's leading citizens



High School
Title:
High School
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Ashland, Kentucky on the Ohio iver
Title:
Ashland, Kentucky on the Ohio iver
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



American Rolling Mills Co
Title:
American Rolling Mills Co
Ashland Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1933 Sep-14


Bird's Eye View Of Ashland
Title:
Bird's Eye View Of Ashland
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1946 Jul-06

Description:
Series 2B452-N



Ashland
Title:
Ashland
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Ashland's central business district is flanked by the river and the forested hills of Kentucky and Ohio


Ashland Oil Building
Title:
Ashland Oil Building
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Home office of Ashland Oil and Refining Company, located on Winchester Avenue.



Ice Houses
Title:
Ice Houses
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of Henry Clay from 1811 until his death in 1852. Located two miles east of downtown Lexington, Kentucky on U.S. 25.


The Country Store, U. S. 60 West and 1-64
Title:
The Country Store, U. S. 60 West and 1-64
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Visit Grandma's Pantry for them Country Fixin's, Pickled Corn, Beans, Salt Pickles and many other good eatin's.



The Sun Shines Bright In My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
The Sun Shines Bright In My Old Kentucky Home
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907


Bird's-Eye View
Title:
Bird's-Eye View
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Ashland is located in the extreme northeastern part of Kentucky on the Ohio River, near the connecting points of Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. It is strictly an industrial city, its principal manufactured items being steel products, petroleum products, sole leather and coke and other related by-products.


First methodist church
Title:
First methodist church
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen



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

Description:
Key to views on other side :- A - Moonlight On The Mississippi S - Typical tobacco Field H - Abraham Lincoln Memorial L - "Man-O-War" The Wonder Horse A - "Man-O-War" The Wonder Horse N - Public Library D - Post Office.


Ashland Plant , American Rolling Mills
Title:
Ashland Plant , American Rolling Mills
Ashland Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1939



Bird's Eye View of Ashland
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Ashland
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Tri-State View
Title:
Tri-State View
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1944

Description:
Showing Kentucky, West Virginia and Ohio, near Ashland.



King's Daughter Hospital
Title:
King's Daughter Hospital
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Henry Clay Hotel
Title:
Henry Clay Hotel
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1936

Description:
"One of Kentucky's Finest Hotels" More than two hundred and fifty Ashland men and women, stockholders in this hotel, have assured visitors to Ashland of the best in comfort and environment at very reasonable prices.



First Methodist Church
Title:
First Methodist Church
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1942


View from C&O.Railway-Glimpse of the Lake, Clyffeside Park
Title:
View from C&O.Railway-Glimpse of the Lake, Clyffeside Park
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Paul Blazer High School
Title:
Paul Blazer High School
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1970 Oct-02

Description:
1. Administration, Library, Cafeteria. 2. English, Language, Drama Speech. 3. Science, Mathematics, Homemaking. 4. Industrial Arts. 5. Arts, Crafts, Drawing. 6. Business, Social Studies. 7. Gymnasium, Music, Swimming pool. This new campus style high school is named after Paul G. Blazer, one of Ashland s leading citizen.


Steel Mills
Title:
Steel Mills
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 54028-B Steel Mills belching forth smoke and the brilliant glow of molten iron are a familiar sight in the Ohio River Valley. From Weirton & Wheeling in the Pittsburgh area south to Ashland, Ky. and other river cities.



Amanda Blast Furnace Armco Steel Corporation
Title:
Amanda Blast Furnace Armco Steel Corporation
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Towering 234 feet above the Ashland Works, Amanda, Armco's largest blast furnace, has a daily production capacity of 3,340 tons of iron. Amanda is the first blast furnace in this country designed for the exclusive use of free-flowing processed materials.


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

Description:
Ashland, Kentucky, is located on the Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. First settled in 1826, and incorporated in March 1876. The City was named after "Ashland" the home of Kentucky's Great Statesman and favorite son, Henry Clay.



Sunset On Ohio River
Title:
Sunset On Ohio River
Ashland Kentucky (KY), White Border unused


Night Scene on Ohio River
Title:
Night Scene on Ohio River
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1944



King's Daughters Hospital
Title:
King's Daughters Hospital
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Ohio River Scene
Title:
Ohio River Scene
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Sunset on Ohio River
Title:
Sunset on Ohio River
Ashland Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1913




Total: 39 Items