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333 South Upper street. Built in 1817 for John P. Aldridge's Lancastrian School. Purchased in 1824 by Colonel Josiah Dunham in 1824 for a girls academy. Purchased in 1834 by Luther H. Van Doren to be used as a female seminary

Part of Carolyn Murray-Wooley collection on Lexington, Kentucky residential architecture, 1960-1974

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