Hugh Meriwether architectural records

Abstract

The Hugh Meriwether architectural records (dated 1923-1985; 63 cubic feet; 16 boxes, 122 tubes) comprise architectural plans that document residences, commercial buildings, government buildings, recreational facilities, educational facilities, churches, and health facilities located primarily in Kentucky that were designed by Meriwether and his firms which were known by the names Hugh Meriwether and John T. Gillig; Meriwether, Marye and Associates; and Meriwether, Mayre and Bond.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Hugh Meriwether architectural records
Date
1923-1985 (inclusive)
Extent
63 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Architects.
Architects -- Kentucky
Architecture, Domestic.
Architecture, Modern -- 20th century
Architecture, Modern -- 20th century -- Designs and plans
Architectural drawings (visual works)
Architectural rendering
Blueprints.
Buildings -- Kentucky.
Buildings -- United States -- Design and construction
Hotels.
Parks -- Kentucky.
Public schools -- Kentucky
State universities and colleges
Arrangement
Collection is arranged chronologically.
Finding Aid Author
Carol Street and Madison Hunt
Preferred Citation
1997ms119 : [identification of item], Hugh Meriwether architectural records, 1923-1985, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Hugh Mathew Meriwether was born in 1899 in Louisville, Kentucky, to parents Charles Jacob and Marie Louise Meriwether. He attended the University of Louisville, Harvard University, and graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in engineering. He began what would be a long career as an architect in 1929. He initially designed residences, but expanded into commercial properties, educational buildings, hospitals, recreational facilities, government buildings, banks, and hotels. His firm, known primarily as Meriwether, Marye, and Associates, built numerous educational buildings, from elementary schools to university and college campuses.
Meriwether served as president of the Association of Kentucky Architects and the East Kentucky Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He was also a lecturer on the history of architecture at the University of Kentucky and served as a consulting architect for the Kentucky Department of Education.
Meriwether and his wife, Pauline Roach Meriwether, had four children. He died in Lexington, Kentucky, in 1979.
Scope and Content
The Hugh Meriwether architectural records (dated 1923-1985; 63 cubic feet; 16 boxes, 122 tubes) comprise architectural plans that document residences, commercial buildings, government buildings, recreational facilities, educational facilities, churches, and health facilities located primarily in Kentucky that were designed by Meriwether and his firms which were known by the names Hugh Meriwether and John T. Gillig; Meriwether, Marye and Associates; and Meriwether, Mayre and Bond. The collection is divided into five series that comprise business records, project files, architectural drawings, reference materials, and professional tools.
The bulk of the collection consists of architectural drawings, which are arranged chronologically and listed by the project name and identifying information, such as address, location, and date, when listed on the drawings. Residences built for married couples are typically listed under the husband's name because the wife's name is not identified on the drawings. Even when a married woman is the sole client, often their name is listed as their husband's name. Further research will be needed to provide full names for most of the female clients. A number of projects lack dates, and are therefore listed at the end of the architectural drawing series.
The firm's early projects are nearly exclusively residential properties, but they quickly expanded to design elementary through high schools during the Great Depression. After the end of World War II, their portfolio expanded to include churches, Kentucky state park facilities, office buildings, college and university facilities, banks, government buildings, fire stations, and hotels.
University and college campuses include the University of Kentucky; Eastern State College, now known as Eastern Kentucky University; Western State College, now known as Western Kentucky University; College of the Bible, buildings later sold to the University of Kentucky; Georgetown College; and Lindsey Wilson College. Projects specific to the University of Kentucky include the Frazee Hall renovations (1956), Medical Center and Dental Clinic (1958), Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house (1958), Women's Residence Hall (1960), Alumni Building (1962), Jewell Hall and Reynolds Warehouse (1969), Anderson Hall renovation (1970), and Thomas Poe Cooper building renovation (1973).
The series of drawings from other architecture or engineering firms date from 1923 to 1985. The majority of these drawings are for Kentucky projects, however there are also projects from the California Bay Area.
The series of business records includes Meriwether's professional diaries and corporate documents from 1955 to 1973. The project files series contains documents such as correspondence, notes, bids, and small sketches related to individual projects. The series of reference materials contains published materials, such as magazines, books, and government publications, that Meriwether used as guidance or inspiration for his designs. The final series of professional tools contains items belonging to Meriwether that would have been common in any mid-20th century architect's office, such as a protractor, compass, ruler, stencil, and professional stamp.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Business records, 1955-1973

Professional diaries, 1959-1962

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Corporate documents, 1966-1970

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M-K-A and Betz-Carey-Wright marketing correspondence, 1971-1973

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Two men on porch in wooded area, photographic slide, 1973

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Kentucky and Missouri property development correspondence and notes, 1955-1973

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Missouri Department of Conservation farm forester correspondence and bills, 1970

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Holiday Lakes vacation home promotional materials, undated

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Job progress chart, undated

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Project files, 1947-1976

Comprehensive area plan for Lexington, Kentucky, 1947

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Wayne County Elementary School, 1956-1957

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Burnside Elementary School, Pulaski County, Kentucky, 1956-1958

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Pulaski County Schools: Burnside, Eubank, Willy, Woodstock, 1955-1956

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Eubank Elementary School, Pulaski County, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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White Lily Elementary School, Pulaski County, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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Woodstock Elementary School, Pulaski County, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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West Liberty Elementary School, Morgan County, Kentucky, 1956

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McIlvain, Mr. and Mrs. residence, 1957

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Liberty Elementary School addition, Liberty, Kentucky, 1956

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Grayson School cafeteria, Carter County, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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Olive Hill School classroom addition, Carter County, Kentucky, 1956

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General Electric plant, Somerset, Kentucky, 1957-1959

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Governor's Mansion furnishings, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (REA) headquarters addition, McKee, Kentucky, 1956-1959

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Lexington Catholic High School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1955-1958

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Lexington Catholic High School principal's residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1956-1959

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U.S. Post Office building, Manchester, Kentucky, 1956

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Carmargo Elementary School, Montgomery County, Kentucky, 1956-1958

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Montgomery County School project planning, 1957

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Montgomery County School farm shop and classroom, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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Montgomery County High School addition, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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University of Kentucky Frazee Hall, Lexington, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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Winchester City School band room addition, Winchester, Kentucky, 1956-1957

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University of Kentucky Medical Science building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1959

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University of Kentucky Hospital, Clinic, and Ambulant wing, Lexington, Kentucky, 1959

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Buffalo Baptist Church building, Buffalo, Kentucky, 1965

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Beaumont Presbyterian Church addition, Lexington, Kentucky, 1964

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Veterans Administration (V.A.) Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965-1970

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Whitley County Courthouse, Williamsburg, Kentucky, 1967-1973

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Lexington-Fayette County study, 1967-1970

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Lexington Police Department Plan Six, 1970

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Lexington Administrative and Police Department Facilities Study and Recommendations, 1970

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Highrise Housing for the Elderly (KY 4-6), Lexington, Kentucky, 1968-1969

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St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969-1972

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University of Kentucky Anderson Hall, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969-1971

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University of Kentucky Anderson Hall Neutron Generator Blockhouse, 1970

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Midway College proposal, 1973

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Rodeway Inn, Winchester, Kentucky, 1973

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University of Kentucky Erickson Hall renovations, 1973-1975

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Heinz, Dr. and Mrs. W.A. residence, 1976

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Danville Country Club, Danville, Kentucky, undated

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Pulaski County Courthouse notes, Pulaski County, Kentucky, undated

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Unidentified project sketches and notes, undated

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Architectural drawings, 1929-1976

Pribble, B.L. residence, unidentified location, 1929

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Gamage, Harry residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1929

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Evans, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. duplex apartment, Lexington, Kentucky, 1929

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Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. residence, Danville, Kentucky, 1930

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Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1930

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Brown, Dr. and Mrs. G.B. residence, Scott County, Kentucky, 1930

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Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Philip residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1931

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Lebus, Mrs. Elvina Stoll residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1931

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Goforth Consolidated School, Pendleton County, Kentucky, 1931

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Hewlett, Mr. and Mrs. James H. residence, Danville, Kentucky, 1932

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Holly-Preston residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1932

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Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Howard residence, 1932

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Martin, Prof. and Mrs. J. Holmes residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1932

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Lee, Miss Ada residence, Sumerset, Kentucky, 1933

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Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Mark residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1934

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Clay County High School, Manchester, Kentucky, 1934

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Lexington Water Company map of waterways, Richmond Road, Lexington, Kentucky, 1934

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Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Yost residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1935

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Unidentified building cornice section, unidentified location, 1936

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Columbus-Belmont State Park memorial, includes earlier plats by National Park Service Department of Interior, 1936-1954

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Wiggington, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.N. residence, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1935

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Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1935

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Pendleton County High School, McKinneysburg, Kentucky, 1935

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Rural Rehabilitation House, Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Work Division, 1935

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Burd, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. residence, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1935

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Meriwether, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh residence, 1935

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Walters, Mrs. Grace apartment, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1935

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Auburn School, Pendleton, Kentucky, 1935

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McLean, Dr. and Mrs. C.G. McLean residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1935

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McCreary County High School, Whitley City, Kentucky, 1935

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Hemlodge Lodge, Natural Bridge State Park, Slade, Kentucky, 1936-1959

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Hoge, Charles K. residence, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1936

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Estill County High School, Estill County, Kentucky, 1937

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Gardenside Elementary School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1937

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Branaman, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1937

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Pendleton County school building, Morgan, Kentucky, 1936-1937

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Pendleton County school building, Morgan, Kentucky, 1937

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Pool, bath house, concession stand, Columbus-Belmont State Park, Kentucky; National Park Service base map, 1937-1959

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Jackson County school building addition, McKee, Kentucky, 1936-1950

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Pike County High School, Belfry, Kentucky, 1937

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Van Sickle, Mr. and Mrs. R.E., 1937

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Elkhorn City High School, Elkhorn City, Kentucky, 1937

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Hellier High School, Hellier, Kentucky, 1938

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Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. George residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1938

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Gaines, Mrs. Grey apartment buildings, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1938

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Sanitary sewer, New Castle, Kentucky, 1938

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Cull, Dr. and Mrs. residence, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1938

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Estill County school building addition, Irvine, Kentucky, 1938-1939

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Meriwether, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh residence, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1938

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Kittredge-Coleman and Company residences, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1938

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Virgie school building, Virgie, Kentucky, 1938

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Franklin County grade school, Thorn Hill, Kentucky, 1938

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Pike County grade school, Grapevine, Kentucky, 1939

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Gymnasium, Carter County, Hitchens, Kentucky, 1939-1940

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Garred, Dr. and Mrs. I.M. residence, Morehead, Kentucky, 1939-1940

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Hibler, Drs. L.G. residence, Hazard, Kentucky, 1939

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Barron, Mrs. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1939

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Pike County grade school, S. Williamson, Kentucky, 1939

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Clay County grade school, Manchester, Kentucky, 1939-1940

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Chandler-Goff, Anna, 1939-1940

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Cheek, Mr. and Mrs. F.J., Jr. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1940

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Willmott, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1940

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Eubank, Ben P. residence, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1941

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Martin County Board of Education High School, Warfield, Kentucky, 1941

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High School building, Oil Springs, Kentucky, 1941

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High School building, Meade, Kentucky, 1941

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High School building, Flat Gap, Kentucky, 1941

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Leander High School, Jennie's Creek, Kentucky, 1941

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House Plan #411, 1941

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Golden Horseshoe restaurant alterations for Ralph Campbell, Lexington, Kentucky, 1941-1949

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Frederick Douglass High School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1942

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Meriwether, Mrs. Hugh apartment, West Second Street, Lexington, Kentucky, 1942

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Unidentified residence, building plan number 4407, 1942

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Castlewood Park subdivision, Lexington, Kentucky, 1942

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Gay, J.D., Jr. cattle barn, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1943

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Greyhound Bus depot, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1946

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Wallins School, Harlan County, Kentucky, 1943

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The Colonial Buildiers, Inc. houses 1-8, 1945

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Davis, K.V. and V.R. bus station, Lafollette, Tennessee, 1945

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Combs Lumber Company house number 5, Elkhorn Parks Subdivision, Elkhorn, Kentucky, 1945

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The Colony residence for Colonial Builders, 1945-1950

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School addition, Carter County, Grayson, Kentucky, 1945

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Charlie Sturgill Motor Company garage, Lexington, Kentucky, 1946

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Pigg, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. residence, Richmond, Kentucky, 1946

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Saylor, Morris and Middleton, T.R. bus depot, Harlan, Kentucky, 1946-1947

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School building, Martin County, Warfield, Kentucky, 1947

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Johnson County School building, Williamsport, Kentucky, 1947

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Women's General Missionary Society of United Presbyterian Church of North America school building, Frenchburg, Kentucky, 1947

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Nicholas County Board of Education elementary school, Moorefield, Kentucky, 1947

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Pike County High School building, Fed's Creek, Kentucky, 1947

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Pike County High School addition, Phelps, Kentucky, 1947

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Commonwealth Broadcasting Corporation radio broadcasting station, Danville, Kentucky, 1947

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Broadview Development Corporation Broadview Park apartments, 1947

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Johnson County School building, Oil Springs, Kentucky, 1947

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Martin County Elementary School building, Inez, Kentucky, 1947

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Evarts Elementary School building, Harlan, Kentucky, 1947-1948

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Kinnaird, Virgil Jr. residence, Danville, Kentucky, 1948

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Cumberland High School, Harlan, Kentucky, 1948

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Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles residence, 1948

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Clay County four room High School, Manchester, Kentucky, 1948

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Kentucky Dam State Park restrooms, storage, kitchen, and storage building, Gilbertsville, Kentucky, 1948-1951

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The College of the Bible library, chapel, and administration building (later owned by University of Kentucky), 1949

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Bassham, Mr. and Mrs. Frank residence, Harlan, Kentucky, 1947

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Nicholas County High School, Carlisle, Kentucky, 1948

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Carter Caves state park cottages, cabins, latrine, bath houses, refreshment stand, restroom building, 1948-1959

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Taylor, Dr. T.W. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1949

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Spurlock Brothers tourist hotel, London, Kentucky, 1949

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Cowden, J.R. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1949

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Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1949

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Kanner, Dr. and Mrs. I. F. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1950

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Pike County school building, Dorton, Kentucky, 1950

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Levi Jackson State Park flood wall and building, London, Kentucky, 1950-1952

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Jackson County school reconstruction, Tyner, Kentucky, 1950

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Lake Cumberland State Park water works update, 1950

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Lindsey Wilson Junior College girl's dormitory, Columbia, Kentucky, 1950

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Martin, Dr. and Mrs. E.K. residence, 1950

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Georgetown College administration building chapel and basement, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1950

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Georgetown College music building, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1950

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Campbell House hotel for Ralph Campbell, Lexington, Kentucky, 1950-1951

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Sand Gap School, Jackson County, Sand Gap, Kentucky, 1950

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Georgetown College men's dormitory, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1949-1951

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Milward, Emmet residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1950

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Lancaster Christian Church, Lancaster, Kentucky, 1950

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Lindsey Wilson Junior College residence hall for teachers, Columbia, Kentucky, 1950

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Wright, F.H. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1950

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Auditorium, gymnasium for Elliott County, Sandy Hook, Kentucky, 1950

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Old Governor's Mansion proposed restoration, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1948-1956

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Audubon Memorial State Park recreation area, Henderson, Kentucky, 1950-1953

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Harrison County Rural Electric Corporation garage, sales room, Cynthiana, Kentucky, 1951

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Steel Rolling Company, Inc. processing plant, Brooklyn, New York, 1950-1951

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Angelucci, Dr. Ralph fishing cabin, Wolf Creek, Russell County, Kentucky Dam, 1951

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Calumet Farm plat, Lexington, Kentucky, 1951

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Grade school, Christian County, Crofton, Kentucky, 1951

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Russell County High School, Russell County, Kentucky, 1951

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General Butler State Park concession building, Carrollton, Kentucky, 1951

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South Christian and Sinking Fork schools, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1951

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Oil Springs School building additions, Johnson County, Oil Springs, Kentucky, 1951

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Nancy Castle Memorial School building additions, Johnson County, Sycamore, Kentucky, 1951

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Buffalo School, Johnson County, Buffalo Creek, Kentucky, 1951

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Linlee School cafeteria addition, Fayette County, Lexington, Kentucky, 1951

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Cary, Mr. and Mrs. Burgess residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1951-1952

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Arnspiger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard residence, 1951

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Georgetown College science building, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1951

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Douglass High School addition, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1951

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Municipal Housing Commission site plans , Somerset, Kentucky, 1952-1953

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Montgomery County Jail, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 1952

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Belleair Beach bay front subdivision, Belleair Beach, Florida, 1952

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Camargo School addition, Montgomery County, Camargo, Kentucky, 1952

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Douglass Elementary School addition, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1952

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Unidentified residence, unidentified location, 1952

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Christian County grade school and gymnasium, Crofton, Kentucky, 1951-1953

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Cowden, J.R. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1949-1952

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First City Bank and Trust Company drive up windows, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1952

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Conversion of residence for office use, 248 E. Short Street, Lexington, Kentucky, 1952

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Lewallen, Ben hotel alterations, Harlan, Kentucky, 1948-1952

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Mapleton Elementary School addition, Montgomery County, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 1952

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Diocese of Covington Taylor Manor guest home for the aged, Versailles, Kentucky, undated

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Mullins High School school, Pike County, Mullins, Kentucky, 1953

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Western High School addition, Paris, Kentucky, 1953

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Gymnasium and classroom building, Manchester, Kentucky, 1953

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High School building addition, Wayne County, Monticello, Kentucky, 1953

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Georgetown College Rucker Hall remodel and addition, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1953

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Elementary school additions, Gainesville and Durrett Avenues, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1953

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Henderson High School, Henderson, Kentucky, 1953-1954

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Grahn Junior High School building, County Carter, Kentucky, 1953

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Johns Creek School, Pikeville, Kentucky, 1953

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Georgetown College Rucker Hall remodel, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1953

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School addition, Hickman Street, Winchester, Kentucky, 1953

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Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Hilery residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1953

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Versailles Improvement Company of 1953 industrial building, Versailles, Kentucky, 1953

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Barret Junior High School addition, Henderson, Kentucky, 1953

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Pennyrile Forest State Park lodge, Dawson Springs, Kentucky, 1953

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Bluegrass Ordnance Depot ammunition storage facilities, unidentified location, 1951-1953

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Cumberland Falls State Park lodging, shower buildings, recreation room, Cumberland, Kentucky, 1950-1959

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Danville Country Club, Danville, Kentucky, undated

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Richmond Christian Church educational building, Richmond, Kentucky, 1951-1954

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Texas Gas Transmission Corp. office building, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1954

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Robb Packing Company building alterations, additions, Lexington, Kentucky, 1954-1955

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Allen, Mr. and Mrs. James B. residence, Winchester, Kentucky, 1954

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Lacy School addition, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1954

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Crofton High School and Elementary School additions, Crofton, Kentucky, 1954

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Liberty Independent Consolidated School addition, Liberty, Kentucky, 1954

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St. Peter Church parochial school, Lexington, Kentucky, 1954

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Seventh Street Elementary School, Henderson, Kentucky, 1954

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School building alterations, Soldier, Kentucky, 1954

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Porter H. Hopkins Elementary School, Somerset, Kentucky, 1954

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Parker Elementary School, Somerset, Kentucky, 1954

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Isonville Elementary School, Isonville, Kentucky, 1954

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Business building addition for Dr. Gearheart and Dr. McGuire, Grayson, Kentucky, 1954-1958

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Russell County High School addition, Russell County, Kentucky, 1954

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The College of the Bible alterations and additions (later owned by University of Kentucky), Lexington, Kentucky, 1955-1958

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Methodist church educational building addition, Carlisle, Kentucky, 1955

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Lexington Catholic High School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1955

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Central High School press box, Somerset, Kentucky, 1955

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Office and storage building, Mount Sterling, Kentucky, 1955

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Grayson school cafeteria, Grayson, Kentucky, 1955

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Russell County office building and improvements, Jamestown, Kentucky, 1955

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Kentucky Christian Camp lodge and cabin, Kentucky Lake, Kentucky

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Grade school, high school, and swimming pool addition, Olive Hill, Kentucky, 1946-1955

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Classroom building and farm shop, Mount Sterling, Kentucky, 1955

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Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1955

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Winchester High School addition, Winchester, Kentucky, 1955-1956

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Winchester Elementary School, Winchester, Kentucky, 1955

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Lexington Catholic High School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1955

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Woolwine, Mildeed residence, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1956

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University of Kentucky Frazee Hall renovation, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1956

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Montgomery County High School addition, Mount Sterling, Kentucky, 1956

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Montgomery County Elementary School, Camargo, Kentucky, 1956

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Municipal Housing Commission community building, Newport, Kentucky, 1956-1962

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West Liberty Elementary School, West Liberty, Kentucky, 1956

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Post Office building, Manchester, Kentucky, 1956

  • Tube 64
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McIlvain, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. residence, Walmac Farm, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1956

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General Drivers, Warehousemen & Helpers Local Union 89, Louisville, Kentucky

  • Tube 64
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American Shorthorn Registry office building, Versailles, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Residence remodel, 501 N. Broadway, Lexington, Kentucky, 1957

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First Christian Church and educational building, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, 1957

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Citizens Union Bank and Trust Company branch bank, Lexington, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Clark Hill Elementary School, Grayson, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Echo Telephone building, Shepherdsville, Kentucky, 1956-1957

  • Tube 65
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Star Elementary School, Grayson, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Shell Rock Elementary School, Grayson, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Willard Elementary School, Carter County, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Olive Hill School addition, Grayson, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 65
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Danville Municipal Housing Commission and dwelling unit, Danville, Kentucky, 1957

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Larue County Health Center, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1957

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Meriwether, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh residence, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1957-1958

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Lawton Elementary School, Lawton, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 66
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Peoples Rural Telephone Cooperative Corporation office building, McKee, Kentucky, 1957

  • Tube 66
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University of Kentucky Medical Center medical science building and appurtenant facilities, Lexington, Kentucky, 1957

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University of Kentucky Medical Center heating and cooling plant, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958

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University of Kentucky Medical Center Hospital, Clinic, and Ambulant wing, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958-1959

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McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Herman residence, Grayson, Kentucky, 1958

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McCloud, Dr. and Mrs. R. N. residence, Somerset, Kentucky, 1958

  • Box 14, folder 13
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Fayette County Courthouse remodel, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958

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Mercer High School, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 1953-1961

  • Tube 67
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Health Services building, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Elliott County Courthouse proposed building, Sandy Hook, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Saint Peter Catholic Church, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Carter City Consolidated School cafeteria building, Carter County, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Department of Conservation theater, Bardstown, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. residence and pool house, Versailles, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Central High School, Larue County, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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University of Kentucky Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Georgetown Elementary School remodel, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Douglass Elementary School addition, Lexington, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Natural Bridge State Park preliminary site plan, Slade, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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Montgomery County War Memorial and Courthouse, Mount Sterling, Kentucky, 1958

  • Tube 67
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McCloud, Dr. and Mrs. R. N. residence, Somerset, Kentucky, 1958

  • Box 14, folder 13
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Bedford Elementary School, Trimble County, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Upper Tygart Jr. High School multi-purpose building, Carter County, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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International Paper Company Single Service Division plant, Versailles, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Wayne County Health Center, Monticello, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Casey County Courthouse, Liberty, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Eastern State College girls dormitory preliminary plans, Richmond, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Larue County High School auditorium and gymnasium addition, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 67
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Lake Cumberland State Park cottages and bath house preliminary plans, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Cumberland Falls State Park lodge additions and bathrooms, Corbin, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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General Butler State Park picnic, cabin area, cottage, trading post addition, site plans, Carrollton, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Audubon Memorial State Park site plan, Henderson, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Pennyrile Forest State Park bathrooms, refreshment stand, lodge addition preliminary plans, Dawson Springs, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 68
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Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park cafeteria addition, Gilbertsville, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Kenlake State Resort Park hotel addition, Hardin, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Carter County Elementary School addition, Olive Hill, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Olive Hill High School science and home economics addition, Olive Hill, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Kentucky State College fine arts building, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Kentucky Training Home Ward Building, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Municipal building, Hazard, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Woodland Christian Church alterations and additions, Lexington, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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Department of Highways area office building, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 69
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University of Kentucky medical center and dental clinic, Lexington, Kentucky, 1959

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Western State College science building, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1959

  • Tube 70
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Buffalo Elementary School multipurpose building and classrooms, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1959

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Magnolia Elementary School addition, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1959

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Hodgensville Elementary School, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1959

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Harrodsburg Baptist Church, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 1960

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Eastern Kentucky State laboratory school, Richmond, Kentucky, 1960

  • Tube 71
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Meriwether, Mayre, and Associates building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960

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Manchester Center, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960

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Angelucci, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960

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Larue County administration building, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1960

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University of Kentucky women's residence hall #6 and central dining unit, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960

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Lyons Elementary School, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1960

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Grayson Consolidated School science and home economics building, Carter County, Kentucky, 1960

  • Tube 73
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Eastern Kentucky State College laboratory school, Richmond, Kentucky, 1960

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Liberty Elementary School, Liberty, Kentucky, 1960

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Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960

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Beaumont Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Kentucky, 1960

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Tarkington, Mr. and Mrs. Charles residence, 1960-1961

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Somerset City Elementary School, Somerset, Kentucky, 1960

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Kentucky Public Properties Corporation first floor plan, wings A-H, Newport Kentucky, 1960

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Fire Station, Lexington, Kentucky, 1961

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Newport Municipal Housing, Newport, Kentucky, 1961

  • Tube 74
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Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Robert proposed residence remodel, Versailles, Kentucky, 1961

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Beaumont subdivision lot A-14 residence, 1961

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Pulaski County High School six classroom addition, Somerset, Kentucky, 1961

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Powell, Alfred G. residence alterations, unidentified location, 1961

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Newport Redevelopment Corporation garden apartments, Newport, Kentucky, 1961

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Beaumont Park subdivision, Lexington, Kentucky, 1961

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Low income housing project, Newport, Kentucky, 1961

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Citizens Bank building, Somerset, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 75
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Liese, Mr. and Mrs. G. Burton residence, Jessamine County, Kentucky, 1962

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Southwestern Junior High School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 76
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University of Kentucky Alumni Association Alumni Building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 76
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Burnside Elementary School portable classroom addition, Pulaski County, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 76
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Mercer County High School addition, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 76
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Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Grant S. residence, unidentified location, 1962-1963

  • Tube 76
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Wayne County High School eight classroom addition, Monticello, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 76
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Kelso, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram residence, Danville, Kentucky, 1962

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Minerva and Orangeburg Elementary Schools repairs and remodeling, Maysville, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 77
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Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds W. residence, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 77
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Davis, Dr. and Mrs. Horace N. residence alterations, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 77
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Beaumont Presbyterian Church, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1962

  • Tube 77
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Larue County High School, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1962

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Fire Station Number 1, Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky, 1963

  • Tube 78
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Beaumont Cabana Apartments, Lexington, Kentucky, 1962-1963

  • Tube 78
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Curator's residence, Cane Ridge Shrine, Bourbon County, Kentucky, 1963-1964

  • Tube 78
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Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Grant S. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1962-1963

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Jessie M. Clark School cafeteria and additions, Lexington, Kentucky, 1963

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Southwestern Junior High School and revisions, Lexington, Kentucky, 1962-1963

  • Tube 79
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Burnside Elementary School four classroom addition, Somerset, Kentucky, 1963

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Lexington Public Housing Assistance typical units, Lexington, Kentucky, 1963

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Shopville Elementary School addition, Somerset, Kentucky, 1963

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Ray, Dr. and Mrs. Ed H., Jr. residence, unidentified location, 1963

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Newport Redevelopment Corporation garden apartments, Newport, Kentucky, 1963

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Bowlerama Lanes billiard room addition, Danville, Kentucky, 1963

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Public Properties Corp. housing for the elderly, Bourbon County, Paris, Kentucky, 1963

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Housing for the elderly, Campbell County, Kentucky, 1963

  • Tube 82
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Powersburg Elementary School, Wayne County, Kentucky, 1963

  • Tube 81
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Municipal building, Hazard, Kentucky, 1959-1963

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Housing project 29-1A and 29-1B, Cumberland, Kentucky, 1964

  • Tube 81
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Buffalo Baptist Church, unidentified location, 1964

  • Tube 82
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Bourbon Agricultural Bank, Paris, Kentucky, 1964

  • Tube 82
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Pendleton County Courthouse (proposed), Falmouth, Kentucky, 1964

  • Tube 82
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High-rise low-rent project for the elderly, Newport, Kentucky, 1964

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Jones, William residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1964

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Central Christian Church and housing for the elderly (proposed development), Lexington, Kentucky, 1964

  • Tube 83
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McCreary County Jail and courthouse (preliminary), Whitley City, Kentucky, 1964

  • Tube 83
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Nicholas County High School addition and alterations, Carlisle, Kentucky, 1964-1965

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Celestial Fontaine Nursing Home, Somerset, Kentucky, undated

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Saint Raphael Church of the Archangel, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 84
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Buffalo Baptist Church, Buffalo, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 84
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Proposed 216 bed nursing home, Miami, Florida, 1965

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Scott residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 84
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Strunk residence, Somerset, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 85
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City Hall renovations, additions, and auditorium, Corbin, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 85
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Fish, Stanley motel (proposed), Covington, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 85
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WCTT transmitter station fallout shelter, 1965

  • Tube 85
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Trimble County Health Department, Bedford, Kentucky, 1965

  • Tube 85
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Convalescent home (proposed), Corbin, Kentucky, 1965

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Housing for the elderly, Middlesboro, Kentucky, 1965

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Saint Raphael Church of the Archangel, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965

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New Castle Elementary School and Henry County High School alterations, New Castle, Kentucky, 1966

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Nicholas County Elementary School, Carlisle, Kentucky, 1966

  • Tube 86
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Whitley County Courthouse, Williamsburg, Kentucky, 1966

  • Tube 86
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Low-rent housing for the elderly, Lexington, Kentucky, 1966

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Radcliff Municipal Housing Commission, Radcliff, Kentucky, 1966

  • Tube 87
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Wing's Tea House Chinese restaurant, Lexington, Kentucky, 1966

  • Tube 87
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First National Bank, Corbin, Kentucky, 1966

  • Tube 87
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Housing for the elderly, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1966

  • Tube 88
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Russell Springs shirt factory and addition, Russell Springs, Kentucky, 1965-1966

  • Tube 88
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Buffalo Baptist Church, Buffalo Kentucky, 1965-1967

  • Tube 82
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Bakhaus, O.A. office building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1967

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Larue County Golf Association golf course, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1967

  • Tube 88
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Sunrise Manor housing for the elderly, Hodgensville, Kentucky, 1967

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Forestry Science laboratory, Berea, Kentucky, 1967

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Caveland Recreation Area Inc., Hart County, Kentucky, 1968

  • Tube 89
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Lexington Municipal Housing Commission high-rise housing for the elderly, Lexington, Kentucky, 1968

  • Tube 89
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Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Hilary residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1968

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Veteran Hospital Administration, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969

  • Tube 90
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St. Joseph Hospital additions and alterations, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969

  • Tube 91
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Veterans Administration 370 bed hospital, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969

  • Tube 92
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Lincoln School improvements, Simpsonville, Kentucky, 1969

  • Tube 92
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University of Kentucky Jewell Hall and Reynolds Warehouse Number 1, Lexington, Kentucky, 1969

  • Tube 92
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University of Kentucky Anderson Hall renovations, Lexington, Kentucky, 1970

  • Tube 92
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Wallis, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce residence, Scott County, Kentucky, 1970

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Reynolds, Lester property, Rolling Acres Subdivision, London, Kentucky

  • Tube 92
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Apartment project (proposed), Lexington, Kentucky, 1970

  • Tube 92
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Sample, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. residence, 1971

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Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. James residence, Midway, Kentucky, 1970

  • Tube 96
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Municipal Building and Greyhound bus depot remodeling and additions, Lexington, Kentucky, 1970

  • Tube 96
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Williamsburg Square apartments "The Westbury" proposed playground

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Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman residence, 1971

  • Tube 96
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Vocational school and heavy equipment facility, Hazard, Kentucky, 1972

  • Tube 96
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University of Kentucky Anderson Hall renovations, Lexington, Kentucky, 1970

  • Tube 96
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University of Kentucky Thomas Poe Cooper building renovation, 1973

  • Tube 97
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Firestone residence, Lexington, Kentucky, 1973

  • Tube 97
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Metro Parks Department golf course kiosk, picnic shelter, unidentified location, 1973

  • Tube 97
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Boone National Guard Emergency Operations Center, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1973

  • Tube 97
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Johnson County Court House remodel, Paintsville, Kentucky, 1975-1976

  • Tube 98
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Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton country residence, Versailles, Kentucky, 1974

  • Tube 98
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Riddle Plaza apartment complex, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 1976

  • Tube 98
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Woodland Christian Church, unidentified location, undated

  • Tube 99
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Fayette County junior high school, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 99
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Carter County gymnasium addition, Upper Tygart, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 99
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Daimore, Mr. and Mrs. John residence, Henderson, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 100
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Apartment building, unidentified location, undated

  • Tube 100
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Newman, Mr. and Mrs. H. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 100
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Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Lasserre, Jr. residence, Cincinnati, Ohio, undated

  • Tube 100
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Unidentified classroom and auditorium drawings, unidentified location, undated

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Begley residence carport, garage remodel, Richmond, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 100
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Davis, Mr. and Mrs. residence, Shelbyville, Kentucky, undated

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Carter County Board of Education swimming pool addition, Carter City, Kentucky, undated

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Vanarsdall, C.B. residence alterations, additions, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, undated

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Georgetown College veterans educational facilities program building addition, refacing, Georgetown, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 101
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Meriwether, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. residence, Jefferson County, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 101
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City Plant addition to shop, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Cook, J.C. theater, Tompkinsville, Kentucky, undated

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Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C.B. residence, Midway, Kentucky, undated

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Lexington House apartments, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. residence, Combs, Kentucky, undated

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South Side Elementary School addition, Paris, Kentucky, undated

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Kittrell, Mr. and Mrs. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 102
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Lexington Humane Society proposed addition, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Lakeview High Rise Apartments, unidentified location, undated

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Johnston, Dr. and Mrs. Coleman plant room alterations, unidentified location, undated

  • Tube 102
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West Liberty school kitchen, unidentified location, undated

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Rankin, Dr. and Mrs. F.W. residence, Cave Hill, Harrodsburg Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 102
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Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Webb, Mr. E.R. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. residence, Woodford County, Kentucky, undated

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Jackson County Elementary School, Sand Gap, Kentucky, undated

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Elderly housing project, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Fraternal Order of Police lodge building, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Caywood, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. residence, Winchester, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 103
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University of Kentucky broadcasting studio, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Phoenix Hotel, Lexington Club proposed headquarters, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Kinnard, Dr. and Mrs. residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Unidentified land survey, map area 2, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Castlewood Park subdivision details, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Haun, Mr. and Mrs. Robert residence, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 104
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Smith-Haggard Lumber Company model home, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Tube 104
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Short Street Municipal Auditorium, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Central High School proposal, Harlan, Kentucky, undated

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Housing for the Elderly, Charleston, West Virginia, undated

  • Tube 104
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Unidentified residence, unidentified location, undated

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Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. O. residence, unidentified location, undated

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Johnston, Dr. and Mrs. Coleman C. residence plant room alterations, undated

  • Box 14, folder 15
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West Liberty School kitchen, West Liberty, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 14, folder 15
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Three teacher school for land, Fayette County, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 14, folder 15
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St. Joseph Hospital proposed additions and alterations, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 15, folder 9
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Cook, J. C. movie theatre, Tompkinsville, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 15, folder 10
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Commonwealth of Kentucky state seal drawing, photostat, undated

  • Box 15, folder 11
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Fayette County Courthouse exterior sketches, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 15, folder 12
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Presentation drawings and photograph, undated

Lancaster Christian Church presentation drawing, Lancaster, Kentucky, 1949

  • Box 16, folder 1
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Western High School presentation drawing, Paris, Kentucky, 1952

  • Box 16, folder 2
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Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. residence presentation drawing, 1952

  • Box 15, folder 2
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Department of Health building presentation drawing mounted on board, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1958

  • Box 16, folder 3
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Beaumont Presbyterian Church presentation drawings, one of which is traditional design and the other is modern, 1959

  • Box 15, folder 3
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Housing for the elderly presentation drawing, Campbell County, Kentucky, 1960

  • Box 16, folder 4
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Unidentified presentation drawing photograph, undated

  • Box 11, folder 8
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Unidentified residence presentation drawing and floor plan, undated

  • Box 15, folder 4
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Unidentified residence presentation drawing, undated

  • Box 15, folder 5
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Unidentified church presentation drawing, undated

  • Box 15, folder 6
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Court of Appeals presentation drawings, Frankfort, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 15, folder 7
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University of Kentucky Medical Center presentation floor plans, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 15, folder 8
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Unidentified residence presentation drawing, undated

  • Box 16, folder 5
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Unidentified residence presentation drawing, undated

  • Box 16, folder 6
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Reformatory photograph, unidentified location, undated

  • Box 16, folder 8
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Ninth Street Christian Church presentation drawing, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 16, folder 9
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Drawings by other firms, 1923-1985

A. Wilt & Sons & Horace Trumbauer, 1927

Widener, Joseph E. Elmendorf Farm residence alterations, additions, Lexington, Kentucky, 1927

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Bayless, Clotfelter & Associates, 1960-1964

First Baptist Church addition, Richmond, Kentucky, 1964

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Besmer Associates, 1964-1965

Springfield Municipal Housing Commission low rent housing project KY 56-I, Springfield, Kentucky, 1965

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Lancaster Municipal Housing Commission low rent housing project KY-I, Lancaster, Kentucky, 1964-1965

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Brock & Johnson, 1959

Eastern Kentucky State College men's dormitory number 2, Richmond, Kentucky, 1959

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Cammack & Scott, Inc., 1954-1964

Kentucky Training Home, dormitory number two, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1954

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Housing Project Kentucky 28-1; 29-1B, Cumberland, Kentucky, 1964

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Clotfelter & Johnson, 1968-1970

Woodford County Courthouse, Versailles, Kentucky, 1968

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Curry, Mr. and Mrs. E.G. residence proposed alterations and addition, Lexington, Kentucky, 1970

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Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Conservation, Division of State Parks, 1952-1959

One and two bedroom cottages, unidentified location, 1952

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Perryville Battlefield State Shrine master plan, Perryville, Kentucky, 1953-1955

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Lincoln Homestead State Park, Springfield, Kentucky, 1954-1959

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Crawford & Crawford Engineers, 1961

Sewage and water plants improvement plans, Hodgenville, Kentucky, 1961

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E. W. Augustus, 1952

Whittenberg Construction Company apartments, Louisville, Kentucky, 1952

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Felix M. Warburg, 1962

Roaring Fork Corporation residence, Aspen, Colorado, 1962

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Fisher, Friedman & Associates, 1965-1966

Casitas Alameda, Alameda, California, 1966

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American Housing Guild 53-unit residential project, Gold Mine Hill, Diamond Heights, San Francisco, California, undated

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Sunset International Petroleum Corporation San Marin unit 7, 1965

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Frank L. Smith Architects; Combs Lumber Company, undated

Park Avenue Methodist Church, High and Clay Streets, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Frankel-Curtis Architects & Engineers, 1923-1937

Lexington Roller Mills Company grain elevator, Lexington, Kentucky, 1923

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Kessler, Mr. and Mrs. Guy residence, Goodrich Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky, 1937

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George L. Shannon & Associates, 1968

University of Kentucky Reynolds Warehouse number 3 renovation, Lexington, Kentucky, 1968

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Gillig, Watkins & Wilson, 1950-1953

City of Danville Municipal Housing Commission housing project, Danville, Kentucky, 1950-1953

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Graydon Clark, Jr., 1970

Kentucky School for the Deaf primary education facility, Danville, Kentucky, 1970

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Harrison & Associates, 1972

Spalding, Mr. and Mrs. Ben residence, Bardstown, Kentucky, 1972

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Home Planners, Inc., undated

Unidentified residence, undated

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Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. residence, Somerset, Kentucky, undated

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Howard K. Bell Consulting Engineers, 1951-1959

Kentucky Lake State Park waterworks improvements, 1951-1956

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Eastern State College water supply improvements, Richmond, Kentucky, 1959

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Irving Caster Associates, 1968

MacKay Homes residence plan, Menlo Park, California, 1968

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James Dower, 1972-1973

Days Lodge and Tasty World Restaurant, 4763 Buford Highway, Atlanta, Georgia, 1972-1973

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J.B. Clotfelter and W.R. Johnson Architects, 1970

Cuny, Mr. and Mrs. E.G. residence proposed alterations and additions, 1970

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John F. Wilson & Associates, 1958-1967

Central High School, Mason County, Kentucky, 1958-1959

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Vocational technical school, Lexington, Kentucky, 1967

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John S. Morgan, 1967

Eastern State Hospital warehouse building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1967

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Johnson-Romanowitz Architects, 1966

University of Kentucky general classroom office building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1966

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Jonathan D. Bulkley & Associates, 1963

Croci, Mr. and Mrs. A. residence, Beacon and Everson Streets, San Francisco, California, 1965

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Flats on Alemany Boulevard and Leo Street, 1963

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Leahy, Cyril six unit building, 27th Avenue, San Francisco, California, 1963

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Kentucky Mechanical Enterprises, Inc., undated

Westbury Apartment Building, Lake Road and Lyndon Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, undated

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Lawrence Casner, Architect, 1950

Kentucky Lake State Park Lodge, Marshall County, Kentucky, 1950

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Lester Johnson, 1963

Kentucky Telephone Company central office building, Manchester, Kentucky, 1963

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McLoney & Tune Architects, 1965

Low rent housing project, Liberty, Casey County, Kentucky, 1965

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Miller & Reilley Associates, 1969

First National Bank of Strasburg proposed branch, E. King Street, Lancaster Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1969

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Mogens Mogensen, 1964-undated

Oakridge apartment units, recreation building, Santa Clara, California, undated

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Comet Associates / Saxe & Yolles Development Company 126 unit apartment project, San Mateo, California, 1964

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Pansiera Donme & Tilsley Architects, 1965

Olde Town of Lexington apartments, Tates Creek Pike, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965

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Paul W. Hensley, Engineer and Kentucky Construction Company, 1965-1968

Hollow Creek Apartment buildings, Lexington, Kentucky, 1965-1968

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Proctor & Ingels Engineers, 1949

University of Kentucky underground steam and return distribution system, Lexington, Kentucky, 1949

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R. Alan Hisel, 1973-undated

Talbott residence basement renovation, 404 Lafayette Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Cannon, J.B. residence addition, Lexington Road, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1973

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Bond, Lydia residence addition, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, 1973

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Coleman-Mullins building, Paintsville, Kentucky, undated

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Gerner-Young House, English Mountain Resort, Sevierville, Tennessee, undated

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Elton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. residence porch addition, 116 Barberry Lane, Lexington, Kentucky, 1973

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R.W. Booker & Associates, undated

Fayette County Metropolitan recreation and park area, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Scruggs & Hammond, Inc., 1971-undated

Ware, Mary Bruce estate, Lexington, Kentucky, 1971

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Riverpark preliminary plan, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Smith-Blackburn Architects, 1985

Lane's End Farm horse breeding facilities includes main foaling barn and broodmares barn number 3, Versailles, Kentucky, 1985

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Snead Architectural Iron Works, 1930

Old Capitol Office Building framing plan restoration, 1930

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Thomas J. Nolan & Sons, 1955

Eastern State Hospital admission and treatment building, Lexington, Kentucky, 1955

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University of Kentucky College of Engineering, 1936

University of Kentucky Law Building, Lafferty Hall, Lexington, Kentucky, 1936

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Unidentified architects, 1962-1972

Map of land plots around the Kentucky River, unidentified location, undated

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Richmond bank proposed drawings, Richmond, Kentucky, undated

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Church building perspective drawing, unidentified location, undated

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Creech residence, Beaumont Park subdivision, unidentified location, undated

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Lexington Civic Center and urban renewal, undated

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White, Don residence, unidentified location, undated

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Courthouse, Greenup County, Kentucky, undated

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Motel preliminary plans, undated

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Hardesty, Mr. and Mrs. Don residence, Tucson, Arizona, undated

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Lexington day care center, 436 Kenton Street, Lexington, Kentucky, 1972

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Unidentified residence, undated

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Blackerby, W.F. property proposed for rezoning to Industrial A, undated

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Kentucky Dam intersection layout, Marshall County, Kentucky, undated

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Wolf Creek Reservoir State Park area, Russell County, Kentucky, undated

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Event building, Lexington, Kentucky, undated

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Hunt club addition, Grimes Mill, Fayette County, Kentucky, 1962

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Reference materials, 1931-1976

Indiana Limestone Company, ILCO Details, 1929

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Interstate School Building Service conference proceedings and approved suggestions, May 1931

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U.S. Bureau of Prisons. Handbook of Correctional Institution Design and Construction, 1949

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U.S. Bureau of Prisons. Recent Prison Construction, 1950-1960, 1960

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Blue Grass Festivals brochure, 1955

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Progressive Architecture, September 1971

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Architectural Record, February 1973

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Modern Hospital, March 1973

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Professional Builder, April 1973

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Architectural Record, May 1973

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AIA Journal, June-July 1975

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Kitchen Planning, 1976

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The Official Railway Guide: North America, January-May 1976

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Reference material clippings, undated

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Russell's Official National Motor Coach Guide, April 1952

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The Official Guide of the Railways and Steam Navigation Lines of the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, and Cuba, June 1971

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The Official Railway Guide, January-February 1974

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The Official Railway Guide, January-February 1975

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The Official Railway Guide, January-February 1976

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The Official Railway Guide, July-August 1976

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Professional tools, undated

Hugh Meriwether registered architect stamp, undated

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Hugh Meriwether professional engineer stamp, 1961

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Drafter's ruler, undated

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Logan Company, Louisville, Kentucky, wooden ruler, undated

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Protractors, clear plastic, undated

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Drawing compass, undated

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Metal stencil, undated

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