April 2010

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photos you will see each month

in The Kentucky Explorer magazine.

Richard V. Smith, 120 W. Charles Street, Batavia, OH 45103, shares this photo of grades one through fourth of the two-room Reese School, located on Indian Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky, in 1947. Front row, l-r: Elmer Wynn, unknown, unknown, Damon Williams, Charles Williams, Harrison Carter, Carl Carter, James Earl Engle, James Helton, Bill Helton, Vinyard Engle, Jerry Lee Engle, J. M. Smith, and Billy Elliott. Middle row, l-r: Dimple Fox, Juanita Brock, Laura Mae Carter, Ruby Wynn, Annie Wynn, Goldie Decker, Maudie Bessie Taylor, Valarie Helton, Billie Jean Hubbs, and Nancy Campbell. Back row, l-r: Etta B. Helton, Trula Decker, Arnold Wynn, Randall Williams, Delois Williams, Charles Helton, Jean Wynn, Joy Hubbs, Edward Carter, Bill Davenport, unknown, Gayle Hubbs, Janie Carter, and Julia Mills (teacher).


Michael Schmitt, 1617 Robinson Street, Danville, IL 61832, shares this photo with our readers. This is a photo taken in 1950 at the V. F. W. Post on Longfield Avenue, near Churchill Downs, in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Michael would like any information on who these people are. Feel free to contact him with any help.

Clifford W. Dowell, Jr., of Louisville, Kentucky, shares this photo of his grandmother, Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Riedel (on the far right in second row), and her brothers and sisters (no names given). Date and place of photo not given. See "I Remember" beginning on previous page.

Francis Boggs of Berea, Kentucky, shares this photo of a birdseye view of Annville, Jackson County, Kentucky, taken in the early 1930s. See "I Remember" in the April 2010 issue of The Kentucky Explorer.


Anita Sibcy, 616 Crestview Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036; 513/932-7440, shares this photo of her grandfather, Georgie Johnston; and his granddaughters, Pauline, Anita, and Joyce. The photo was taken in 1942 on Spaws Creek, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky.


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