Commissioner's Report on Possible Location for the County Poor House
- Perry family.
- 4.7 Cubic Feet 11 boxes The Perry family papers (dated 1800-1952; 4.7 cubic feet; 11 boxes) consists of correspondence, accounts, business vouchers, bills of lading, receipts, and legal documents relating to Fountain Perry's river shipping business and Roderick Perry's public service and law career in Gallatin County, Kentucky.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Inland Water Transportation -- United States
- Bridges -- Design and construction.
- Bridges -- Kentucky
- Business records -- Kentucky -- Warsaw.
- Shipping -- Ohio River.
- Shipping -- Mississippi River.
- Bills of lading.
- University of Kentucky
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