Thomas A. Bigstaff letters to Ida W. Harrison
- Withers family, Lexington, Ky..
- 5.64 Cubic feet 15 boxes The William T. Withers family papers (dated 1833-1960, bulk 1833-1928; 5.65 cubic feet; 15 boxes) comprise correspondence, legal documents, financial papers, mission and church papers, journals, ledgers and account books, play bills, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and horse pedigrees that document the Withers' family personal, financial, legal, and business matters as well as that of the Kentucky University.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Animal pedigrees.
- Education, Higher--Kentucky--Lexington
- Families--Kentucky--History--19th century.
- Family archives--Kentucky--Lexington.
- Harness racing--Kentucky.
- Horse breeders--Kentucky.
- Horse farms--Kentucky.
- Horse industry--Kentucky--History--19th century.
- Horse racing--Kentucky--Lexington.
- Horsemen and horsewomen--Kentucky
- Lexington (Ky.)--History
- Plantation life--Mississippi.
- Practice of law--Mississippi.
- Race horses.
- Standardbred horse--Breeding--Kentucky
- State universities and colleges
- Universities and colleges--Administration--Kentucky.
- Universities and colleges--Faculty.
- Universities and colleges--Kentucky--Finance.
- Universities and colleges--Kentucky--Lexington
- Women in church work--Kentucky.
- University of Kentucky
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