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Name Paducah, KY
Archives Entries 60
Library Entries 5
Object Entries 0
Photograph Entries 5

Associated Records

Image of Pasta Vino, Paducah, Ky.  [menu] - Pasta Vino

Pasta Vino, Paducah, Ky. [menu] - Pasta Vino

Pasta Vino Menu, Paducah, Ky., 1987. 22.7 x 9.9 cm. (folded)

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Bowling Green High School vs. Paducah High School [program] -

Football game program, Bowling Green High School vs. Paducah High School, October 25, 1935

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[Birth announcement card] -

Baby announcement card of Henry Fielding Turner to Mary and Walker Turner, Paducah, Ky., October 8, 1953. Addressed to Gilbertine Moore. Norcross 3BA1 7 x 8.9 cm. (folded)

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Papers - Green Family

Correspondence of the Green family, Falls of Rough, Kentucky, including business papers and account books, and correspondence of several generations of the Robert Wilmot Scott family, originally of Frankfort, Kentucky.

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Papers - Farmers Tobacco Union

Letter to A. B. Bucher, Paulding, Ohio, from W. C. Rives, Farmers Tobacco Union, Paducah, Kentucky. The letter solicits orders for tobacco, provides prices, and includes an order card addressed to W. C. Rivers Company, Paducah, Kentucky.

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Military pass - Provost Marshal's Office, Paducah, Ky.

Military pass issued to [I. T. Fain?], on May 27, 1864 by the Provost Marshal's office in Paducah, Ky, granting permission to leave Paducah for the country by order of S. McKnight. Issued by A. W. DeLassy, Clk. Good for ten days Description: hair - light, eyes - blue, height - 6 ft. 1 in., complexion - light, pecularities, ___________. Printed by War Eagle Print, Cairo, Illinois. 6.8 x 19.3 cm.

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Cobb-Barkley, Pride of Paducah, brochure -

Cobb-Barkley, Pride of Paducah brochure, Paducah, Ky., no date. Brochure's cover is illustrated by the highway markers for Irwin S. Cobb and Alben Barkley. 23.1 x 10.1 cm. (folded)

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Papers - Green, W. J.

Letters (2) written by W. J. Green, Paducah, Kentucky, to his brothers J. H. and S. F. Green, presumably in Illinois, describing military life and maneuvers in western Kentucky. Green was serving in Company B, 2nd Regiment Illinois Cavalry. He describes his tent with a homemade chimney in one letter and makes some disparaging comments about the "Secesh" in Murrary, Kentucky.

Image of Kentucky's New Industries, 1946-1954 - Kentucky Agricultural & Industrial Development Board

Kentucky's New Industries, 1946-1954 - Kentucky Agricultural & Industrial Development Board

Thematic map showing locations of Kentucky industries. Includes notice from Agricultural and Industrial Development Board.

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The Great Settlement Area 1750-1800 - 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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Paducah, KY, Broadway Street -

Paducah, KY, Broadway, East of Fourth Street, a Carte Postale, from Tuck's, series no. 2525, Photochromed in Saxoy.

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St. Mary's Academy, Paducah, Ky., diploma -

St. Mary's Academy, Paducah, KY, diploma awarded to Diploma of James Maurice Ingram on June 13, 1923. Signed by Sister Evangelista Malone, Secretary, Board of Trustees; Mother Rose Meagher, Mother Superior; and Sister Marry Pierre Byrne, Directress of Studies. 57 x 43.2 cm.

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War in Kentucky In and About Paducah -

Harper's Weekly-War in Kentucky In and About Paducah sketched by J. C. Beard and Bill Travis showing the Courthouse and the U. S. Marine Hospital from the series, War in Kentucky

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View of the Town of Paducah - View of Fortifications at Columbus, KY -

View of the Town of Paducah, KY at the confluence of the rivers Ohio and Tennessee. On verso, View of fortifications at Columbus, KY and Carrollton, IL and Hawesville, KY Drawn by Henri Lovie and includes Mobile and Ohio Railroad and features the Ohio River

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Befezun von Paducah in Kentucky -Troops in Paducah -

German Edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper Troops in Paducah under General Grant

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Occupation of Paducah, KY by Union Troops under General Grant -

Occupation of Paducah, KY by Union Troops, under General Grant. September 6th. View of the Northern Terminus of the Mobile and Ohio railway

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Groke Schiffbruke uber den Ohio-Fluk von Paducah, KY -

Groke Schiffbruke uber den Ohio-Fluk von Paducah, KY by W. R. McComas

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Log Cabin flour bag -

Log Cabin, Yopp Seed Co., Paducah, KY Small 2 lbs. bag Paper bag manufactured by Strong-Robinette, Bristol, TN. 28.5 x 15.3 cm.

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Log Cabin corn meal bag -

Log Cabin [corn meal], Edwin C. Hawkins, Paducah, KY Small 5 lbs. bag Paper bag 38.7 x 20.3 cm.

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Soldiers Memorial -

Soldiers memorial of Company C, First Battalion 16th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry. It contents lists of soldiers and officers, engagements, date of muster, remarks (deaths, desertions, captures). Library holds 2 photocopies. 34 x 37 cm.