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Kentucky State Capitol. (Printed verso reads: "Kentucky has its State Capitol in the quaint city of Frankfort. Kentucky sometimes referred to as the `Blue Grass State' was admitted the Union in 1792. It has an area of 40,400 square miles and has as its State flower the golden rod. Kentucky, so called since 1782, derived its name from its principal river.")

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Kentucky State Capitol. (Printed verso reads: "Kentucky has its State Capitol in the quaint city of Frankfort. Kentucky sometimes referred to as the `Blue Grass State' was admitted the Union in 1792. It has an area of 40,400 square miles and has as its State flower the golden rod. Kentucky, so called since 1782, derived its name from its principal river.")
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Date uploaded:
2010-09-13
Language:
english
Publisher:
University of Kentucky
Repository:
University of Kentucky
Type:
image
Accession number:
2008ms016
Source:
Postcard Collection,
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http://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7x696zwx82/data/2008ms016.dao.xml
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http://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7x696zwx82/data/mets.xml
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