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About this collection

This collection consists of Kentucky-related postcards collected by Ronald Morgan over a period of ten years. At approximately 11,000 items, dating from the late 1800s to the present, it is believed to be the second largest collection of Kentucky postcards in the United States and provides a remarkable pictorial history of life in Kentucky during the 20th century. Some subjects which these postcards document include Kentucky towns and locales, including businesses, government, roads and transportation, churches and cemeteries, and universities. Other topics include agriculture, industry, natural resources and formations, waterways, recreation, and numerous other aspects of life in Kentucky during the 20th century.

 
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