House on West Short Street, in Lexington, Kentucky, adjoining the Catholic parsonage, which occupies the site of the birthplace of Mary Todd Lincoln. The parsonage is to the right of the picture and, of course, has Mt. Alvon in it. The building in the picture is now the home of the Lexington Orphan Asylum. Parker house
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