"The Whitfield Stump, located beside the White Hall Classroom Building in the center of the Lexington campus, is a three-hundred-year-old 'cast' stump weighing 7,000 pounds and measuring 42 inches in diameter. The stump was first discovered when it dropped from the roof of the Clover Fork Coal Co., Kitts, KY and later was given to the University by George Whitfield, manager of the coal company."
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