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320 Linden Walk. Built by John McMurtry in the early 1850s for William R. Elley. Sold in 1856 to John L. Carclay. Later the home of Oliver Perry Alford. Used as a fraternity and hospital in the early 1900s

320 Linden Walk. Built by John McMurtry in the early 1850s for William R. Elley. Sold in 1856 to John L. Carclay. Later the home of Oliver Perry Alford. Used as a fraternity and hospital in the early 1900s

Date

1960

Creator

Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation..

Language

  • English

Collection

Carolyn Murray-Wooley collection on Lexington, Kentucky residential architecture | collection guide | more from this collection

Rights

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Publisher

  • University of Kentucky

Format

images

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