Graves County Courthouse
Title:
Graves County Courthouse
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Broadway Looking West
Title:
Broadway Looking West
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused



Broadway Looking West
Title:
Broadway Looking West
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
L. D. Thompson This photograph, made from the J.J. Newberry corner, shows the north side of the public square business section of a fast growing city. Mayfield, Ky. is the County seat of Graves County.


Broadway Looking West from the J.J. Newberry Corner
Title:
Broadway Looking West from the J.J. Newberry Corner
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome



Church of Christ
Title:
Church of Christ
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused


Graves County War Memoria
Title:
Graves County War Memoria
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press Inc



Hall Hotel
Title:
Hall Hotel
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Hall Hotel Mayfield, Kentucky 68 rooms - $2.25 and up – AAA Air Conditioned Rooms.


Broadway Looking West From The J. J. Newberry Corner
Title:
Broadway Looking West From The J. J. Newberry Corner
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1960 Sep-30

Description:
This photograph by L. D. Thompson, shows the northside of the public square business section of a fast growing city. Mayfield, Ky is the county seat of Graves County.



Mayfield High School
Title:
Mayfield High School
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1933 Jun-2


Graves County Courthouse
Title:
Graves County Courthouse
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This view, taken from the north east corner of the court square, shows the unique and stately structure of one of Mayfield's oldest landmarks. Mayfield is the largest trade center of Western Kentucky. It is located within short distance of fabulous Kentucky Lake, the Ohio River, Mississippi River and Reelfoot Lake.



Hall Hotel
Title:
Hall Hotel
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Linen



World Famous Wooldridge Monuments
Title:
World Famous Wooldridge Monuments
Mayfield Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Erected 1894 in Maplewood Cemetery. Col. Henry Wooldridge, who died in 1899, was the person responsible for the famous monuments. Al were carved and placed on the grounds before Mr. Wooldridge's death. It has been said that the monuments coast approximately $6,000. Col. Wooldridge is the only person buried in the lot. His body is in the state vault in front of the statue. The slab on top of the vault has a double-barreled shotgun carved on it.




Total: 13 Items