Kentucky River from High Bridge
Title:
Kentucky River from High Bridge
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused


Approach to Eggner's Ferry Bridge
Title:
Approach to Eggner's Ferry Bridge
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Greetings from Kentucky Lake Sate Park. This view, looking east, shows the highway approach and immediate area of "Ken-Lake" State Park. This popular recreational center offers the best in Sailing, Boating, Swimming and Fishing



Air View Boat Dock And Harbor, Kentucky Lake State Park
Title:
Air View Boat Dock And Harbor, Kentucky Lake State Park
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1959 Feb-08

Description:
Beautiful Kentucky Lake State Park, is located on the western shore of the lake at the intersection of U. S. highway 68 and Ky.80 and 94, near Eggner's Ferry Bridge. Kenlake Boat Dock, has everything available for the fisherman and also offers a complete mooring and marine repair service for pleasure craft.


Kentucky River And High Bridge
Title:
Kentucky River And High Bridge
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Height of Bridge 286 Ft. Length 1135 Ft



Typical Blue Grass Stock Farm
Title:
Typical Blue Grass Stock Farm
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
In this region may be seen horse farms similar to this "Idle Hour Farm," owned by Col. Bradley. Miles of white fences and green grassy plots surround barns, in which may be read in bronze the pedigree of famous Derby winners.


Junction Of Kentucky And Dix Rivers
Title:
Junction Of Kentucky And Dix Rivers
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1952 Mar-05

Description:
At this point two rivers join, separating by their waters the three counties of Garrard, Jessamine and Mercer. Here where the mouth of the Dix enters the Kentucky River, is a fine view of this state's fertile valleys.



Tobacco Field In Kentucky
Title:
Tobacco Field In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Divided Back


Gathering The Famous Blue Grass Seed
Title:
Gathering The Famous Blue Grass Seed
Scenic Kentucky (KY), White Border unused



My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
My Old Kentucky Home
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The sun shines bright, In the old Kentucky home, 'Tis summer the darkies are gay - The corn tops ripe, And the meadows are in bloom, While the birds make music all the day. The young folks roll On the little cabin floor. All merry and happy and bright, Then my Old Kentucky Home - good night. Weep no more my lady. - Oh weep no more to day - We will sing one song, For the old Kentucky home for the old Kentucky home, - for away.


A Few Things For Which Kentucky Is Famous
Title:
A Few Things For Which Kentucky Is Famous
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Scene On The Kentucky River
Title:
Scene On The Kentucky River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1924


The New High Bridge At High Bridge
Title:
The New High Bridge At High Bridge
Scenic Kentucky (KY), White Border PM 1925

Description:
The monlight falls the softest in Kentucky: The summer days come oftest in Kentucky, Friendship is the strongest, Love's light glows the longest. Yet, wrong is always wrongest in Kentucky. Life's burdens bear the lightest in Kentucky, The home fires burn the brightest in Kentucky; While Players are the keenest, Cards come out the meanest, The pocket empties cleanest in Kentucky. The Sun shines ever brightest in Kentucky, The brezes whisper lightest in Kentucky, Plain girls are the fewest, Their little hearts are truest, Maiden's eyes the bluest in Kentucky. Orators are the grandest in Kentucky, Officials are the plandest in Kentucky; Boys are all the fliest, Danger ever nighest, Taxes are the highest in Kentucky The bluegrass waves the bluest in Kentucky, Yet, bluebloods are the fewest (?) in Kentucky; Moonshine is the clearest, By no means the dearest, And, yet, it acts the queerest in Kentucky. The dovenotes are the saddest in Kentucky, The streems dance on the gladdest in Kentucky, Hip pockets are the thickest Pistol hands the slickest, The cylinder turns quickest in Kentucky. The song birds are the sweetest in Kentucky The thoroughbreads are fleetes in Kentucky; Mountains tower proudest. Thunder peals the loudest The landscape is the grandest And politics - the damnedest in Kentucky.



High Bridge Over Kentucky River
Title:
High Bridge Over Kentucky River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

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


Scott Fitzhugh Bridge
Title:
Scott Fitzhugh Bridge
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Scott Fitzhugh Bridge on U. S. Highway 79, Crossing Kentucky Lake at Paris landing Park, near Parisa, Tenn. Route to Dover, Hopkinsville, Clarksville and Points East. Kentucky Lake, T.V.A.'s best and lagest man-made lake in the world.



High Bridge Over Kentucky River
Title:
High Bridge Over Kentucky River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1952

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


Steamboat Rock on Picturesque Laurel River
Title:
Steamboat Rock on Picturesque Laurel River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused



Typical Blue Grass Stock Farm
Title:
Typical Blue Grass Stock Farm
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1953

Description:
In this region may be seen horse farms similar to this "Idle Hour Farm," owned by Col. Bradley. Miles of white fences and green grassy plots surround barns, in which may be read in bronze the pedigree of famous Derby winners.


Bathing Beach And Swim Dock, Kentucky Dam Village State Park
Title:
Bathing Beach And Swim Dock, Kentucky Dam Village State Park
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
This is one of the finest beaches on the lake. Beautiful Kentucky Dam Village State Park is located on U.S. 62 and 641 at gigantic Kentucky Dam. The great lake has 2,400 miles of scenic shoreline.



Greetings From Kentucky Lake State Park
Title:
Greetings From Kentucky Lake State Park
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Enjoying Beautiful Kentucky Lake. The great Kentucky Lake, located in Western Kentucky and Tennessee, is 184 miles long, with a tremendous shoreline of 2400 miles. In this Vacationland, are numerous of 2400 miles. In this Vacationland, are numerous resorts and several outstanding State Parks. This scene is at Kentucky Lake State Park, a short drive from Poducah, Mayfield, Murray, Hopkinsville, Ky., and Paris, Tenn.


Mammoth Cave
Title:
Mammoth Cave
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1906 Dec-30



Making Moonshine In Kentucky
Title:
Making Moonshine In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1946

Description:
Back in the hills, off the beaten highway, the mountaineers have their own distilleries, making powerful moonshine called "Mountain Dew".


Daniel Boone's First Glimpse Of The Blue Grass
Title:
Daniel Boone's First Glimpse Of The Blue Grass
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Divided Back unused



Typical Stock Farm In Blue Grass State
Title:
Typical Stock Farm In Blue Grass State
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
My Old Kentucky Home
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The sun shines bright, In the old Kentucky home, 'Tis summer the darkies are gay - The corn tops ripe, And the meadows are in bloom, While the birds make music all the day. The young folks roll On the little cabin floor. All merry and happy and bright, Then my Old Kentucky Home - good night. Weep no more my lady. - Oh weep no more to day - We will sing one song, For the old Kentucky home for the old Kentucky home, - for away. In the Summer of 1852, the gifted composer Stephen Foster was visiting at Federal Hill and they composed and wrote the immortal "My Old Kentucky Home."



High Bridge Over Kentucky River
Title:
High Bridge Over Kentucky River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Divided Back PM 1908

Description:
Height 286 ft. Length 1100 ft


Scenic View Of The Beautiful Ohio River
Title:
Scenic View Of The Beautiful Ohio River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The beautiful Ohio River forms the Northern Boundary of Kentucky, "the Blue Grass State." Adjoining States are Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee & Missouri.



Making Moonshine In Kentucky
Title:
Making Moonshine In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Back in the hills, off the beaten highway, the mountaineers have their own distilleries, making powerful moonshine called "Mountain Dew".


Map of Kentucky
Title:
Map of Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Top Row: Lincoln National Memorial - Federal Hill, "My Old Kentucky Home," Bardstown - State Capitol, Frankfort. Bottom Row: Mammoth Cave - High Bridge over Kentucky River - Man O'War - Two Typical Kentuckians.



The Garden in Rear of Old Kentucky Home
Title:
The Garden in Rear of Old Kentucky Home
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Garden in rear of Old Kentucky Home near Bardstown, "In Old Kentucky" where Stephen Collins Foster wrote "My Old Kentucky Home" While visiting here in August 1852, Stephen Collins Foster, author of many popular negro melodies, wrote "My Old Kentucky Home." Located 38 miles south of Louisville and 3/4 of a mile east of Bardstown, this house, now a state shrine, is a replica of Independence hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Mingling with the slaves inspired Foster to write his songs and visiting the grave of his cousin caused him to write "Massa's in De Cold, Cold Ground."


Lincoln Marriage Cabin, Pioneer Memorial State Park
Title:
Lincoln Marriage Cabin, Pioneer Memorial State Park
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks, parents of Abraham Lincoln, were married in this cabin, June 12, 1806, by Rev. Jesse Head. The cabin has since been moved to Harrodsburg, at Fort Harrod, which is an exact reproduction of the first settlement in Kentucky.



Lincoln Birthplace in Lincoln Memorial
Title:
Lincoln Birthplace in Lincoln Memorial
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The Lincoln Cabin, Where Abraham Lincoln was born, February 12, 1809, near Hodgenville, Ky.


Two Typical Kentuckians Personality and Mint Julep
Title:
Two Typical Kentuckians Personality and Mint Julep
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1951

Description:
In Kentucky The moonlight falls the softest The Summer days come oftest, Friendship in the strongest, Love's light glows the longest, Yet wrongis always wrongest, In Kentucky. The sun shines ever brightest The breezes whisper lighest, Plain girls are the fewest, Their little hearts are truest, Maindens eyes the bluest in Kentucky. The song birds are the sweetest, The thoroughbreds are fleetest, Mountins tower proudest, Thunder peals the loudest, The landscape is the grandest, And Politics - the damndest, In Kentucky.



In Kentucky
Title:
In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1919

Description:
The moonlight falls the softest in Kentucky; The Summer days come oftest in Kentucky; Friendship is the strongest, Love's light glows the longest, Yet, wrong is always wrongest in Kentucky. Life's burden bear the lightest In Kentucky; The home fires burn the brightest In Kentucky; While players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest, The pocket empties cleanest in Kentucky. The sun shines ever brightest in Kentucky; The breezes whisper lighest in Kentucky; Plain girls are the fewest, Their little hearts are truest, Maindens eyes the bluest in Kentucky. Orators are the grandest in Kentucky; Officials are the blandest in Kentucky; Boys are all the fliest, Danger ever nighest, Taxes are the highest in Kentucky. The bluegrass waves the bluest in Kentucky; Yet, bluebloods are the fewest in Kentucky; Moonshine is the clearest, By no-means the dearest, And, yet, it acts the queerest in Kentucky.The dovenotes are the saddest in Kentucky; The streams dance on the gladdest in Kentucky; Hip pockets are the thickest, Pistol hands the slickest, The cylinder turns quickest in Kentucky. The song birds are the sweetest in Kentucky; Mountains tower proudest, Thunder peals the loudest, The landscape is the grandest - And politics - the damnedest in Kentucky.


Sunset on Beautiful Kentucky Lake
Title:
Sunset on Beautiful Kentucky Lake
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1948

Description:
TVA's Kentucky Dam and Lake-Kentucky Dam, in the Tennessee River about 20 miles from Paducah, Kentucky, was built at a cost of $114,000,000. The dam creates Kentucky Lake which is 184 miles. Construction of Kentucky Dam was begun in 1938 and completed in 1944.



In Kentucky
Title:
In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The moonlight falls the softest in Kentucky; The Summer days come oftest in Kentucky; Friendship is the strongest, Love's light glows the longest, Yet, wrong is always wrongest in Kentucky. Life's burden bear the lightest In Kentucky; The home fires burn the brightest In Kentucky; While players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest, The pocket empties cleanest in Kentucky. The sun shines ever brightest in Kentucky; The breezes whisper lighest in Kentucky; Plain girls are the fewest, Their little hearts are truest, Maindens eyes the bluest in Kentucky. Orators are the grandest in Kentucky; Officials are the blandest in Kentucky; Boys are all the fliest, Danger ever nighest, Taxes are the highest in Kentucky. The bluegrass waves the bluest in Kentucky; Yet, bluebloods are the fewest in Kentucky; Moonshine is the clearest, By no-means the dearest, And, yet, it acts the queerest in Kentucky.The dovenotes are the saddest in Kentucky; The streams dance on the gladdest in Kentucky; Hip pockets are the thickest, Pistol hands the slickest, The cylinder turns quickest in Kentucky. The song birds are the sweetest in Kentucky; Mountains tower proudest, Thunder peals the loudest, The landscape is the grandest - And politics - the damnedest in Kentucky.


In Kentucky
Title:
In Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1938

Description:
The moonlight falls the softest in Kentucky; The Summer days come oftest in Kentucky; Friendship is the strongest, Love's light glows the longest, Yet, wrong is always wrongest in Kentucky. Life's burden bear the lightest in Kentucky; The home fires burn the brightest in Kentucky; While players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest, The pocket empties cleanest in Kentucky. The sun shines ever brightest in Kentucky; The breezes whisper lighest in Kentucky; Plain girls are the fewest, Their little hearts are truest, Maindens eyes the bluest in Kentucky. Orators are the grandest in Kentucky; Officials are the blandest in Kentucky; Boys are all the fliest, Danger ever nighest, Taxes are the highest in Kentucky. The bluegrass waves the bluest in Kentucky; Yet, bluebloods are the fewest in Kentucky; Moonshine is the clearest, By no-means the dearest, And, yet, it acts the queerest in Kentucky.The dovenotes are the saddest in Kentucky; The streams dance on the gladdest in Kentucky; Hip pockets are the thickest, Pistol hands the slickest, The cylinder turns quickest in Kentucky. The song birds are the sweetest in Kentucky; Mountains tower proudest, Thunder peals the loudest, The landscape is the grandest - And politics - the damnedest in Kentucky.



Natural Bridge In Old Kentucky
Title:
Natural Bridge In Old Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Natural Bridge, 36 miles east of Winchester, in an arched rock forming a bridge, with a span of over 100 feet, the center being about 40 feet thick and fifty feet wide at the top. It is located in a lage pleasure park with fishing and bathing attractions.


Blue Grass Scene In Old Kentucky
Title:
Blue Grass Scene In Old Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1940

Description:
Picturesque Kentucky, where one can see great expanses of park-like grounds carpeted in blue grass, with towering trees, hedges, vine-covered or mossy stone walls, streamlets, private horse race tracks, and sometimes avenues leading up to stately pillared Mansions.



Chimney Rock on the Kentucky River
Title:
Chimney Rock on the Kentucky River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
"Chimney Rock", a natural stone formation is located on the Kentucky River near High Bridge, Ky. It is 75 feet high and its circumference is 4 x 6 feet at the base.


My Old Kentucky Home
Title:
My Old Kentucky Home
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
The sun shines bright, In the old Kentucky home, Tis summer, the darkies are gay, - The corn tops ripe, And the meadows are in bloom, While the birds make musical the day. The young folks roll On the little cabin floor, All merry and hoppy and bright. By why hard time comes o knock in at the door Then my Old Kentucky Home good night. Weep no more my lady. - Oh weep no more to day, - We will sing one song, For the old Kentucky home For the old Kentucky home, - for away. In the Summer of 1852, the gifted composer Stephen Foster was visiting at Federal Hill and there composed and wrote the immortal "My Old Kentucky Home".



Steamboat Rock on Picturesque Laurel River
Title:
Steamboat Rock on Picturesque Laurel River
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


A Drive through The Blue Grass Section
Title:
A Drive through The Blue Grass Section
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Famous for its hospitality, race horses and Mint Juleps, Kentucky is also world renowned for its unexcelleed scenic beauty. Here nature has studded the landscape with cool streams and peaceful foliage. Each roadway is a delight to drive along.



Kentucky Map
Title:
Kentucky Map
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Top Row: Mammoth Onyx Cave . . . Lincoln Memorial, Hodgenville . . . High Bridge over kentucky River . . . Julep-up. Bottom Row: My Old Kentucky Home . . . State Capitol . . . Man O'War.


Blue Grass Scene In Old Kentucky
Title:
Blue Grass Scene In Old Kentucky
Scenic Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Picturesque Kentucky, where one can see great expanses of park-like grounds carpeted in blue grass, with towering trees, hedges, vine-covered or mossy stone walls, streamlets, private horse race tracks, and sometimes avenues leading up to stately pillared mansions.





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