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Name Danville, KY
Archives Entries 45
Library Entries 3
Object Entries 0
Photograph Entries 1

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Smith Funeral Home -

Mourning card of Glenn Galloway, Danville, KY, 2006. Lists information about Galloway, including vitals, relatives, and place of burial. White paper, vertical bi-fold, with four-color illustration a creek surrounding by overarching trees. All interior print is black. 17.7 cm. (closed)

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Funeral service program of Glenn Galloway, Danville, KY, held on August 15, 2006 at Salt River Baptist Church in Boyle County. Cream paper, vertical bi-fold. Front features a colored photograph of the deceased. Interior printed in black. 21.5 cm. (closed)

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Moody, Thomas Newton, b. 1938 -

Chiefly letters from Moody, a Franklin, Kentucky native, written to his parents while attending college at Southwestern at Memphis and the University of Kentucky, and while teaching afterward in Elizabethtown. Also includes letters of the family of Moody's grandmother, Drucilla Jane (Harris) Short.

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Constitution Square State Park brochure, Danville, Ky., no date. 21 x 9.3 cm. (folded)

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McDowell House and Apothecary Shop brochure, "A Famous Kentucky Shrine", Danville, Ky., no date. 20.9 x 9.5 cm. (folded)

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Isaac Shelby Memorial brochure. no date. Shelby was Kentucky's First Governor. The memorial is located south of Danville, Ky. 21.2 x 9.2 cm. (folded)

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Donaldson, Gary - Collector -

Research material consisting chiefly of communications to General Braxton Bragg regarding military operations in Kentucky, September 1862 to April 1863.

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Pioneer Playhouse brochure, Campground Outdoor Drama, Kentucky's Oldest Outdoor Theatre, Danville, KY, 1985 season. 21.4 x 9.5 cm. (folded)

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Postcard from W. Plunkett & Co., Fine Job Printers, Lexington, KY, October 30, 1889. Addressed to H. M. Linney, Danville, KY. 7.6 x 13.1 cm.

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D.G. Beers & Company -

Land ownership map of Boyle and Mercer County, KY. Includes business directories, population and precincts for individual towns.

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Kentucky Historical Society -

Map of frontier settlements Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, North Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee. Also includes birthplaces of notable figures, battlefields and trails and drawings of 1 and 2 family stations. A. Sturgus Station Bean's Station Boiling Spring Station Boone, Daniel Bowman's Station Brashear's Station Brown's Station Caldwell's Station Carpenter's Station Casey's Station Clark, George Rogers Clark's Station Cowan's Station Cox's Station Craig's Station Crow's Station Daviewss' Station Denton's Station Dutch Station Elisha Craig's Station English's Station Fisher's Station Floyd's Station Forks of Dick's River Station Fort Finney Fort Har

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Norton Center for the Arts -

American Impressionist painting, 1875-1925, works from the collection of Dr. and Mrs. John J. McDonough, shown March 16- April 20, 1986, at the Norton Center for the Arts at Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. Heavy enameled paper with matte finish, large colored painting of "Hassam's Gloucester Harbor," 1899. Rust Colored print, 83 x 61 cm

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Reception of the ninth Indiana volunteers at Danville, Kentucky, after driving out the Rebels. In Harper's Weekly. pg. 710, 9th Indiana Volunteers drawn by H. Mosler and featuring John W. Packham and Mary Todd Lincoln

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An advertisement from the Town House in Danville, KY. This placemat advertisement features historical information about Danville, KY and includes a map. 22" x 16"

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Boyle County Fair Poster, advertising the fair to be held on the Fair Grounds at Danville, Kentucky.

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Northcott Family -

Fifty-three diaries (1859-1918) and other writings of Henry Clay Northcott, 1822-1918, Methodist circuit preacher and farmer of northern Kentucky; correspondence (1870-1883) of his daughter, music teacher Kate (Northcott) Thomas, 1850-1889; and her husband, Bruce F. Thomas, 1853?-1882, lawyer of Vanceburg, Kentucky.

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Danville, Kentucky - Churches - Christian -

Minute book of the Building Committee of the Reformed Church [Christian], Danville, Kentucky. Fire destroyed the building on 22 February 1860, and the minutes detail an account of the transactions, contributions, and expenses incurred in rebuilding.

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Bob Gates -

This collection features information and documentation of the Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing's DeaFestival held in various communities across the state.

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Rodes, John Barret, 1870-1970 -

Correspondence, photographs, and business and personal papers, primarily of Robert Rodes, Sr. of Danville, Kentucky, and John Barret Rodes of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes material related to their ancestors and descendants, as well as to members of the Grider, Hines, Helm, Loving and associated families.

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Jackson, William Neel, 1899-1993 -

Papers and collected materials of Jackson, a Bowling Green, Kentucky native. The collection contains his personal and business correspondence and autobiographical materials. Also includes Warren Association of Baptists, 1890-1978 draft, Jackson family genealogy and Warren County history.