Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
This image shows the children on the court of the queen for the 1957 May Fair. On back of image:
Standing Charles Baird | Lon Rogers |- Train bearers
Ann Owens - Crown bearer for Queen
Nancy Jo Harp - flower girl
In front - Frances Rasnick - Queen Donna Sue Walters - flower girl William Yost, Jr. - crown bearer for king MF '57
The Ethel Beem Collection consists of 15 photographic images of the campus of Pikeville College dated from the 1940's. Also included in the collection are two newspaper articles from 1983 which list biographical information about Ms. Beem.
The Eula Coleman Collection consists of the Kewanee Stone, a two-foot by three foot, 200-pound rock formation with serpentine indentions, and supporting manuscript collections. Included in the manuscript collections are clippings of articles and related news stories which document the history of the stone.
This is an image of a postcard. On front: The Day and Night National Bank, Pikeville, KY. The back says this is a 1929 view of the interior of the bank, and labels the postcard as # 120973.
Dils Cemetery at the mouth of Chloe Creek, looking eastward. 1976. Dils Cemetery is thought to be the first integrated cemetery in Eastern Kentucky.