Grassy Lick Methodist Episcopal Church, a brick building now about 75 [seventy-five] years old. The big tree is a black walnut, probably well over a hundred years old, about 150 [one hundred fifty] yards due West of this building and on top of the hill is the old burying ground and church lot where the original 'Methodist Meeting-house' stood. The burying ground occupies about an acre and is still reserved
- 1924 April 12
You may come across language in UK Libraries Special Collections Research Center collections and online resources that you find harmful or offensive. SCRC collects materials from different cultures and time periods to preserve and make available the historical record. These materials document the time period when they were created and the view of their creator. As a result, some may demonstrate racist and offensive views that do not reflect the values of UK Libraries.
If you find description with problematic language that you think SCRC should review, please contact us at SCRC@uky.edu.
- The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection.
- University of Kentucky