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    • The clays of Kentucky.

    • Series VI, Pamphlet 9. Reprinted with revisions and additions from the Ceramist, Trenton, N.J., Feb., 1926.
    • 1926
    • KHS Rare Books & Pamphlets;
    • Schools of Hopkinsville, Ky.

    • West Side School, Virginia Street School, Clay Street School
    • 1925
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5
    • "U.S. 41 W, 1 1/2 Miles South of Hopkinsville, KY"

    • View of sign: "Rock City Tourist Court. Air Conditioned. Beautyrest Mattress. Tourist Only. Steam Heat." Building in background
    • ca. 1950
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Ronald Morgan Kentucky Postcard Collection, Graphic 5
    • Interview with William Turner and Chris Gilkey

    • Turner is a local white historian and gives an overview of the agricultural economy and social attitudes of segregated Hopkinsville, as well as recalling his own memories of segregated public services in the 1940's and 1950's. He tells about the...
    • 8 June 2000
    • Kentucky Oral History Commission, Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky Oral History Project, 1999OH01;
    • Cemeteries in Kentucky database.

    • The Cemetery Preservation Program's database of registered cemeteries is a continuation of the work started by the Attorney General's Office in 2000. This database is a compliment to the reference library's database currently available on this...
    • 2008
    • Kentucky Historical Society Library Collection;
    • Kitty to Aunt Violet, 5 March

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
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    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Envelopes

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
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    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Annie W Davis, San Antonio, to Violet, 21 April 1883

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1883
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • S E W  to Violet, undated

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
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    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Isabel Watson letter to Violet Ware, 2 May 1846

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1846
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Ibby Tegarden letter to Reuben Faulkner MC, 19 July 1846.

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1846
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Isabella Slaughter letter to Rheuben Falkner, 15 April 1847

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1847
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Isabel Watson letter to Violet, 1 March 1848

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1848
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;
    • Isabella Watson letter to Violet, 16 November 1848

    • This letter is part of a collection of correspondence. The Watson family letters (most by Isabel/Isabella Watson) originate in Mississippi City, MS and include news of people's health and illnesses, activities, church and religion, the enslaved...
    • 1848
    • Kentucky Historical Society, Watson and Robinson families letters, SC 1261;

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