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Federal Hill, the home of John Rowan, jurist and congressman, is located in Bardstown, Kentucky. Construction of the Georgian-style mansion began in 1795 and was completed in 1818. Undocumented legend maintains that the house may have been…

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Built in 1837 by Gabriel Farnsley (1800-1849), Moremen's Villa, now known as Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing is one of the last remaining nineteenth-century houses in southwestern Jefferson County. The house stands at the center of more than…

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The Davis House, more commonly known today as Davis Tavern, was built by William White, the surveyor of Middletown, in eastern Jefferson County. By 1820 the home was purchased by Abraham Ramsey who modified the house into a tavern. In 1841 Susan B.…

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The description on the back of the sketch reads "Home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bayne near Shelbyville, KY"

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No. 23: Dr. Griffith's home and office. [Home, 1125 W. Jefferson Street and office, 1121 W. Jefferson Street.]

The W. Stuber & Brothers "Tornado Views" is a series of mounted photographs that is a compilation of 28 views of Louisville, Kentucky…

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Photograph of home at 1313 Mossrose Ave ca. 1913.
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