2 edition of Historic architecture of Lexington, Kentucky, and the Blue grass region found in the catalog.
Historic architecture of Lexington, Kentucky, and the Blue grass region
Wanda V. Dole
|Statement||Wanda V. Dole.|
|Series||Architecture series : Bibliography ;, A-51|
|LC Classifications||Z1288.L4 D64, F459.L6 D64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||79115690|
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Jul 3, - Explore acupuncturelex's board "Lexington KY history" on Pinterest. See more ideas about History, My old kentucky home and Kentucky pins. Fayette County's buildings contain a great deal of history about the region and its inhabitants. The Old Kentucky Architecture book by Rexford Newcomb () contains images, details, and some architectural layouts from all around Kentucky, but the Lexington properties include Llangollen (the Dr. John C. Lewis House), the Benjamin Gratz House, Rose Hill, Hopemont, Eothan, Ashland, Mansfield.
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Get this from a library. Historic architecture of Lexington, Kentucky, and the Blue grass region. [Wanda V Dole]. Kentucky: Historic Houses and Horse Farms of Bluegrass Country is a highly personal collection of what Estersohn calls 'wonderful secret places, some meticulous and others rough around the edges.' With verdant countryside as a frequent backdrop, 18 compelling properties take a bow, from racing doyenne Marylou Whitney's homey Maple Hill mansion to Lexington's hauntingly empty Pope Villa, an masterpiece by U.S.
Capitol architect Benjamin Latrobe /5(29). Photograph by Eric Thomason, courtesy of the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation One of Gideon Shryock's apprentices was John McMurtry (), also from Maryland parents but who was born on a farm outside Lexington.
Originally established in the town of Lexington, Kentucky grew quickly into a national cultural center amongst the rolling green hills of the Bluegrass Region.
Nicknamed the "Athens of the West," Lexington and the surrounding area became a leader in higher education, visual arts, architecture, and music, and the center of the horse.
"This is a perceptively written, generously illustrated chronicle of the founding and development of a unique and vibrant community that has served as the cultural and economic center of Kentucky's famed Bluegrass region for more than years.
This rich tapestry of people, architecture, dates, facts, figures, and anecdotes covers every facet of Lexington's history."5/5(1). Hardcover: pages Publisher: Lexington Historical Publishing Corporation ( ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 9 x 1 x inches Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 1 customer rating Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2, in Books (See Top in Books) 5/5(1).
A History Lover's Guide to Lexington and the Bluegrass Region. likes. A History Lover's Guide to Lexington and the Bluegrass Region is a forthcoming book by Foster Ockerman, Jr.
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In Lexington and the Bluegrass region, there's a lot of history to be re-lived. This was the first part of Kentucky to be settled, and the beginning of the American West.
The Civil War deeply divided the state but, fortunately, left most antebellum houses and buildings intact. Bluegrass Region (Ky.) 8 works Search for books with subject Bluegrass Region (Ky.). Search. Not In Library. Historic architecture of Lexington, Kentucky, and the Blue grass regio Wanda V. Dole Not In Library.
Bluegrass land & life Mary E. Wharton Not In Library. The Bluegrass region (Shawnee: Eskippakithiki) is a geographic region in the U.S. state of makes up the northern part of the state, roughly bounded by the cities of Frankfort, Paris, Richmond and Stanford. The Bluegrass region is characterized by underlying fossiliferous limestone, dolomite, and shale of the Ordovician geological age.
Hills are generally rolling, and the soil is. Founded in the late s, the Bluegrass Region has an illustrious history and a bevy of distinguished citizens.
Many of their homes can still be visited today. In a modest two-story brick building on West Main Street in Lexington became home to the Todd family, whose daughter Mary would go on to marry Abraham Lincoln.
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But in addition to equine prestige, the Bluegrass Country also holds a rich architectural heritage, evident in the homes of some of the nation’s most prominent historical figures who first settled in the region centuries ago.
In his book, Kentucky: Historic Houses and Horse Farms of Bluegrass Country, Pieter Estersohn, a renowned photographer of architecture and interiors, captures scenes from eighteen different properties in and around Lexington.
The Blue-grass Region of Kentucky: And Other Kentucky Articles. James Lane Allen. Page - It is but a short distance from the blue-grass country to the eastern mountains: and take up the history of English-speaking men and women at the point it had reached a.
Several historic homes are also on the list and open to the public, including Federal Hill at My Old Kentucky Home State Park in Bardstown, the iconic mansion that is the subject of the state song, “My Old Kentucky Home.” Many structures and landmarks located in KY state parks are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kentucky Bluegrass: Things to Do When you visit us at the Beaumont Inn, you will be in the middle of Kentucky’s famous Bluegrass Region, world famous for horses, bourbon, picturesque countryside, numerous historical attractions and special brand of Southern hospitality.
Administrative Offices West Main Street Ste. | Lexington, KY () or () Lexington has a rich and diverse heritage that has been recognized on both the local and national level. Historic Preservation is responsible for activities related to the preservation of historic structures, districts and resources in Lexington.
Historic Preservation: provides technical assistance to owners of historic properties; is support staff to the Historic Preservation Commission. Waveland Museum Ln. Antebellum house in Lexington, also known as the Joseph Bryan estate, includes three original outbuildings - slave quarters, smokehouse and ice house.
Guided tours of Waveland historic site focus on the everyday lives of family and slaves who lived and worked at Waveland in the s. If you’re interested in this venue Location: Waveland Museum Ln, Lexington,KY.Historical Marker # remembers Lexington’s Cheapside slave auction block and the thousands of enslaved Kentuckians sold here.
For decades before the Civil War, Lexington was the center of the slave trade in Kentucky. Located in the heart of the Bluegrass Region, one of the most heavily enslaved portions of the state, Lexington’s Cheapside slave auction block served both local and.Blue-grass Blade (Lexington, Kentucky) The Blue-grass Blade was irregularly published in Lexington, Kentucky, from through One of several rare free-thought newspapers in the United States, it was Kentucky’s most controversial turn-of-the-century newspaper by far.