Indenture between the trustees of James S. Prather and Henry Clay, Jr. in amount of $4,000 for land situated in Louisville on the southeastern corner of Green and Fourth Streets
- 1844 September 23
- Henry Clay Memorial Foundation (Lexington, Ky.).
- 64.6 Cubic Feet 179 boxes, 9 wrapped items 10.67 Cubic Feet44 boxes, 2216 items
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Lawyers -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
- Historic buildings -- Kentucky -- Ashland.
- Real estate development -- Kentucky.
- Agriculture -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
- Mexican War, 1846-1848.
- Buena Vista, Battle of, Mexico, 1847.
- Tariff -- United States -- History
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
- Railroads -- Kentucky -- History.
- Compromise of 1850.
- Lumber trade -- Kentucky.
- Women -- Suffrage -- Kentucky.
- Horse racing -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
- Suffrage -- United States.
- Horse farms -- Kentucky.
- Medicine -- Kentucky.
- Artists -- Kentucky -- Lexington.
- Women -- Kentucky -- Lexington -- Societies and clubs.
- Women -- Kentucky -- Lexington
- Horses -- Breeding -- Kentucky.
- University of Kentucky
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