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Division of Community Service- Writers' Project, Photos Architecture Private House Items (0123-0242), 1937-1940


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"'Ashland' Henry Clay Home Lexington, Ky," Photo 0148 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0148. There is a caption glued on the back that reads "'Ashland' Henry Clay Home Lexington, KY. To be Returned to Kentucky Federal Writers' Projects."

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"'Ashland' Henry Clay Home Lexington, Ky," Photo 0148, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a grand two story house with ivy growing on the walls.

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"'Ingleside'-Hart Gibson-Lexington," Photo 0145 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0145. There is a photographer stamp on the back that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"'Ingleside'-Hart Gibson-Lexington," Photo 0145, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a white goth style building with straggly trees grounding around it.

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"'Ingleside'-Hart Gibson-Lexington," Photo 0146 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0146. There is a photographer stamp on the back that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"'Ingleside'-Hart Gibson-Lexington," Photo 0146, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a white goth style building with straggly trees grounding around it.

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"'McGrathiana'-Milton Young-Fayette County," Photo 0125 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 125. There is a photographer's stamp on the back that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington KY."

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"'McGrathiana'-Milton Young-Fayette County," Photo 0125, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a horse farm with a tall house with columns around the sides. Horses graze in the white fenced field in front of the house.

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"Alleghan Hall," Photo 0142 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0142.

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"Alleghan Hall," Photo 0142, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a large Greek revival style building with tall Corinthian style columns under a simple triangular pediment at the entrance.

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"Amsterdam Pike, Crescent Springs, Kenton County, owned by George Eubanks," Photo 0131 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0131. Handwritten in pencil on the back reads "Said to be one of the oldest residences in Kenton County Amsterdam Pike, Crescent Springs Owner- George Eubanks Built 1785"

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"Amsterdam Pike, Crescent Springs, Kenton County, owned by George Eubanks," Photo 0131, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a two story home.

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"Amsterdam Pike, Crescent Springs, Kenton County, owned by George Eubanks," Photo 0132 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0131. Handwritten in pencil on the back reads "Said to be one of the oldest residences in Kenton County Amsterdam Pike, Crescent Springs Owner- George Eubanks Built 1785"

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"Amsterdam Pike, Crescent Springs, Kenton County, owned by George Eubanks," Photo 0132, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a two story home.

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"Ashland Henry Clay, Lexington," Photo 0228 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0228. There is a photographer's stamp on the back that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"Ashland Henry Clay, Lexington," Photo 0228, undated- scanned Black and white photograph with a colonial two story brick structure that has ivy growing on the walls. A note attached to the photograph reads "The present ASHLAND was built about the middle of the last century to replace the earlier house which was designed by Latrobe about 1813. It is in 'what might be called a Roman phase of Classical Revival.' Newcomb - Old Kentucky Architecture."

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"Bedroom - John Hunt Morgan Home," Photo 0201 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0201. There is a photographer stamp that reads "Photo By Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"Bedroom - John Hunt Morgan Home," Photo 0201, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a bed room with antique furniture. In a note attached to the photograph it reads "Bedroom - John Hunt Morgan Home Bedroom of John Hunt Morgan East Second and North Mill Streets. The furniture is not the original."

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"Benjamin Gratz house, Photo 0179 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0179. There is a photographer's stamp that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"Benjamin Gratz house, Photo 0179, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a two story federalist style house.

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"Botherum 341 Madison Place," Photo 0140 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0140.

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"Botherum 341 Madison Place," Photo 0140, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a simple house with columns on the front porch. There is rounded metalwork on the roof. In a note attached to the image it reads "Built in 1850 by Major Madison Conyers Johnson, Architect, John McMurtry Grecian Revival Style. Present Owner Mr. James Jedd.

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"Botherum 341 Madison Place," Photo 0143 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0143.

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"Botherum 341 Madison Place," Photo 0143, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a simple house with columns on the front porch. There is rounded metalwork on the roof. In a note attached to the image it reads "Built in 1850 by Major Madison Conyers Johnson, Architect, John McMurtry Grecian Revival Style. Present Owner Mr. James Jedd.

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"Boyhood home of Daniel Carter Beard," Photo 0133 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0133.

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"Boyhood home of Daniel Carter Beard," Photo 0133, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a tall two story brick house with a large front porch. heavy tree foliage covers the view of the home. In a note attached to the image it reads "Boyhood home of Daniel Carter Beard National Scout Commissioner boy Scouts of America."

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"Buford Vaught house, Harrodsburg," Photo 0171 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0171. Handwriting in pencil reads "Buford-Vaught House Harrodsburg Just north of town overlooking cemetery."

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"Buford Vaught house, Harrodsburg," Photo 0171, undated- scanned Black and white image of a house with simple Doric Columns at the entrance.

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"Buford-Vaught House, Harrodsburg," Photo 0123 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0123. Handwritten on the back "Buford-Vaught House Harrodsburg (Just north of town overlooking cemetery)"

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"Buford-Vaught House, Harrodsburg," Photo 0123, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a house with columns at the entrance and surrounded by trees.

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"Camp Dick Robinson," Photo 0166 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0166.

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"Camp Dick Robinson," Photo 0166, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a two story structure with columns on both the porch and balcony.

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"Carneal House - Elmwood Hall," Photo 0135 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0135. A caption is glued on the back that reads "Carneal House- Elmwood Hall. The Carneal House was complete in 1821 by Thomas D. Carneal, at that time a member of the Kentucky Legislature. The home was named Elmwood Hall, suggested perhaps by the many lordly elm trees on the grounds. It stands today, a magnificent landmark bearing testimonial to the fortitude of its builder, and well illustrating the resolute strength of our illustrous forebearers. It is located on Forest Avenue, Ludlow (Kenton County), Ky bearing the same name as old as the structure itself."

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"Carneal House - Elmwood Hall," Photo 0135, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a white house with four chimneys. A sign on the side reads "Elmwood Hall Erected 1818 Home of Mrs. Thomas Candies."

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"Carneal House-Elmwood Hall," Photo 0127 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0127. A caption is glued on the back that reads "Carneal House- Elmwood Hall. The Carneal House was complete in 1821 by Thomas D. Carneal, at that time a member of the Kentucky Legislature. The home was named Elmwood Hall, suggested perhaps by the many lordly elm trees on the grounds. It stands today, a magnificent landmark bearing testimonial to the fortitude of its builder, and well illustrating the resolute strength of our illustrous forebearers. It is located on Forest Avenue, Ludlow (Kenton County), Ky bearing the same name as old as the structure itself."

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"Carneal House-Elmwood Hall," Photo 0127, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a white house with four chimneys. A sign on the side reads "Elmwood Hall Erected 1818 Home of Mrs. Thomas Candies."

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"Carrathers House, Bardstown," Photo 0170, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a geometric minimalist building.

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"Carrolton House, Bardstown," Photo 0170 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0170.

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"Castlewood Loudoun," Photo 0242 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0242.

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"Castlewood Loudoun," Photo 0242, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a two-story brick Gothic castle like structure. Snow covers the ground.

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"Clay Hill, Harrodsburg," Photo 0227 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0227.

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"Clay Hill, Harrodsburg," Photo 0227, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a brick two story building with Ionic columns.

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"Closson House, formerly call Somerset Hall-built in 1830," Photo 0130 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0130.

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"Closson House, formerly call Somerset Hall-built in 1830," Photo 0130, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a simple house with a long front porch area.

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"Diamond Point, Harrodsburg," Photo 0155 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0155.

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"Diamond Point, Harrodsburg," Photo 0155, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a white Greek Revival building with massive columns that connect the porch, balcony and ceiling.

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"Diamond Point, Harrodsburg," Photo 0237 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0237.

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"Diamond Point, Harrodsburg," Photo 0237, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a two story structure with large simple columns on the front. There is a note that is attached that reads "Diamond Point, Harrodsburg, is 'a distinguished example of the Doric form of the Greek architecture. It belongs to the Classical Revival period."

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"Douglas Homestead," Photo 0220 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0220.

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"Douglas Homestead," Photo 0220, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a two story building with large rectangular buildings just beyond heavy tree and bushes.

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"Dr. Ephraim McDowell House at Danville, Ky.," Photo 0189 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0189.

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"Dr. Ephraim McDowell House at Danville, Ky.," Photo 0189, undated- scanned Black etching of a two story colonial structure. Figures walk in the sidewalk in the front. There is a signature in the bottom left corner that reads "William Bondurant Clinton."

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"Ed Rapier Farm," Waverly, Photo 0165 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0165.

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"Ed Rapier Farm," Waverly, Photo 0165, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a small house at an edge of a yard under under two rows of trees. A barn structure stands off to the side.

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"Facade-McDowell House-Danville, Ky," Photo 0183 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0183. There is a stamp in the lower right corner that reads "Works Progress Adm. 1734 N. Y. AVE. Washington D. C."

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"Facade-McDowell House-Danville, Ky," Photo 0183, undated- scanned A Black and white photograph of a two story white colonial building taken from the right angle.

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"Facade-McDowell House-Danville, Ky," Photo 0194 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0194. There is a stamp mark on the bottom right that reads "Works Progress ADM. 1734 N. Y. AVE. Washington D. C."

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"Facade-McDowell House-Danville, Ky," Photo 0194, undated- scanned A Black and white photograph of a two story white colonial building.

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"Fair Oaks, near Harrodsburg," Photo 0232 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0232.

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"Fair Oaks, near Harrodsburg," Photo 0232, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a two story white building with large columns at the main entrance. There is a note attached to the photograph that reads "Fair Oaks, near Harrodsburg, 'was built about 1845 by Dr. Guilford D. Runyon, a Shaker who renounced his vows of celibacy and erected the house in anticipation of his marriage...The house, of Georgian Colonial design, is a two-story brick structure...A six-room wing at the rear and a Greek Revival portico with four massive Ionic columns have been added. The doorway is flanked by columns of similar order and a facade is embellished with elaborately carved lintels."

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"Federal Hill 'My Old Kentucky Home' Bardstown, Ky," Photo 0149 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0149. There is a photographers stamp in the bottom corner that reads "Copyright Caufield & Shook, Inc. Louisville, KY. This Photograph must not be copied, reproduced or published without special written permission."

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"Federal Hill 'My Old Kentucky Home' Bardstown, Ky," Photo 0149, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a two story colonial brick house. In the bottom right corner it reads: "Caufield & Shook Louisville."

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"Federal Hill, 'My Old Kentucky Home', near Bardstown," Photo 0198 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0198. Handwriting on the back reads "credit: Caudfield & Shook."

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"Federal Hill, 'My Old Kentucky Home', near Bardstown," Photo 0198, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a colonial style two story building. Ivy appears to crawl all over the front of the building. A note attached to the photograph indicates "Credit: Caufield & Shook."

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"Gov. James A. Clark mansion in Winchester," Photo 0213 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0213.

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"Gov. James A. Clark mansion in Winchester," Photo 0213, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a brick two-story colonial building.

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"Grayson Home," Photo 0209 (back), July 23, 1939- scanned Back of photograph 0209. Handwritten on the back reads, "Grayson Home" and "Louisville-Home."

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"Grayson Home," Photo 0209, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a brickwork house just beyond a white picket fence. There are old cars parked in front on the street. A note attached to the photograph reads "The old Grayson house said to be Louisville's oldest, is one of the city's beautiful landmarks."

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"Guest House Entrance, Shakertown, Ky," Photo 0193 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0193.

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"Guest House Entrance, Shakertown, Ky," Photo 0193, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing an entrance to a two story brick building. Ivy covers both the walls and across the stone fence in front of the building.

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"Guest House side view Shakertown," Photo 0191 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0191.

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"Guest House side view Shakertown," Photo 0191, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a large three story building.

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"Home of Frank Duueneck Covington Artist. 1226 Greenup ST.," Photo 0137 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0137.

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"Home of Frank Duueneck Covington Artist. 1226 Greenup ST.," Photo 0137, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a stonework two story structure.

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"Home of Frank Duueneck Covington Artist. 1226 Greenup ST.," Photo 0138 (back), undated- scanned

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"Home of Frank Duueneck Covington Artist. 1226 Greenup ST.," Photo 0138, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a stonework two story structure.

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"Home of John White Stevenson," Photo 0167 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0167. Handwriting on the back reads "Home of John White Stevenson- Former Governor,-U. S. Senator + Member of State Legislature. Located at 4th + Garrard Sts. N. E. Corner. House said to have slave tunnel (no confirmation)"

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"Home of John White Stevenson," Photo 0167, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a federalist style two story brick building.

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"Home of John White Stevenson," Photo 0168 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0168. Handwriting on the back reads "Home of John White Stevenson- Former Governor,-U. S. Senator + Member of State Legislature. Located at 4th + Garrard Sts. N. E. Corner. House said to have slave tunnel (no confirmation)"

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"Home of John White Stevenson," Photo 0168, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a federalist style two story brick building.

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"Home with old stone walls in blue grass region near Lexington, Kentucky August 1940," Photo 0211 (back), August 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0211. There are two stamps on the back, one reads "Please Note: Kindly return unused photos to the Division of Information, Farm Security Administration, Washington, D. C." and the second reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo: By Marion Post."

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"Home with old stone walls in blue grass region near Lexington, Kentucky August 1940," Photo 0211, undated- scanned Black and white photograph shows a two story colonial building just beyond the stonework fence gate.

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"House at 3rd Wash. Sts, Shelbyville," Photo 0225 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0225.

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"House at 3rd Wash. Sts, Shelbyville," Photo 0225, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a two story colonial structure on a corner of a street.

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"House on Covington referred to in picture of tunnel," Photo 0229 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0229. Handwriting on the back reads "House in Covington referred in picture of tunnel. Once Hdqs. for abolitionists helping escaping slaves. Now owned by a candy company."

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"House on Covington referred to in picture of tunnel," Photo 0229, undated- scanned Black and white photograph shows a stonework two story building with brown columns connecting the roof to balcony and porch.

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"Ingleside, Lexington, Kentucky," Photo 0144 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0144. A photographer's stamp on the back reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"Ingleside, Lexington, Kentucky," Photo 0144, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a Gothic style two story home.

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"Ingleside, Lexington," Photo 0230 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0230. There is a photographer stamp on the back that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"Ingleside, Lexington," Photo 0230, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a Gothic brick castle like house. A note attached to the photograph reads "Ingleside, Lexington, built by Joseph Bruen, and designed by John McMurtry belongs to the Gothic Revival period."

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"John Bradford Home, Gratz Park, Where Henry clay and John Hunt Morgan was married," Photo 0190 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0190. There is a photographer stamp that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"John Bradford Home, Gratz Park, Where Henry clay and John Hunt Morgan was married," Photo 0190, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a two story colonial style building.

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"John Bradford house where both Henry Clay & John Hunt Morgan were married," Photo 0175 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0175. There is a photographer's stamp on the back that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"John Bradford house where both Henry Clay & John Hunt Morgan were married," Photo 0175, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a two story brick building.

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"John Hunt Morgan Home, Lexington," Photo 0199 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0199. There is a photography stamp that reads "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"John Hunt Morgan Home, Lexington," Photo 0199, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a simple white two story building with a triangular roof.

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"John Hunt Morgan Home," Photo 0210 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0210.

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"John Hunt Morgan Home," Photo 0210, undated- scanned Black and white photograph that shows a simple white two story building with a triangular roof.

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"Junius Ward House," Photo 0235 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0235. There is a caption glued on the back that reads: "The Junius Ward House, in Scott County near Georgetown was finished about 1856. It was here that the famous Kentucky beauty, Sallie Ward, visited the family of her uncle. While it is described by one author as 'Georgian' in style, it seems to have more of the characteristics of the late Greek Revival." There is a photographer's stamp that reads: "Photo by Lafayette Studio Lexington, KY."

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"Junius Ward House," Photo 0235, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a two story building with large Corinthian columns at the entrance and pilasters around the sides of the building.

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