|Union Deposit Bank, 1930
Read about Union Deposit Bank here.
Details of a 1953 bank robbery
in Union are here.
Union Deposit Bank, c. 1970
The Union Baptist Church, by Caroline Williams
|Union Presbyterian Church|
| "The Cincinnati Times gives an account of a
grand American Barbecue at Union, Boone County, Ky. The crowd
in attendance was very large. Speeches were made by John W.
Menzies, Esq. of Covington; Col. T. L. Jones, of Newport; E. O.
Norton, of Cincinnati; W. S. Ranking, of Williamstown; and Major E.
B. Bartlett, of Covington."
New York Times, July 28, 1856
|"About twenty-five dogs and twice as many men, on foot and on horseback, went on a very exciting fox chase last Thursday. The fox had been penned. Capt. Norman, who is an old huntsman, pronounced it to have been as fine a chase as he ever witnessed. The leader of the chase is aid to have been "Dock," a dog belonging to Will Wilson."from the Daily Commonwealth, February 6, 1879|
|Union, a small town just west of Walton, was visited by a fire. A store belonging to Matson Roebelle was destroyed. The bank building was damaged and the post office was destroyed. The loss is estimated at $12,000, partially insured. from the Kentucky Times-Star, December 23, 1914||William Conrad's Early History of Union, Kentucky, from 1976, is here. (pdf)|
|Highwaymen a problem for Union in 1867. details here.|
|Duplicity of a Union “abolitionist,” here.|
|Read about the 1879 lynching of Theodore Daniels near Union here.||
A complete list of Union postmasters since 1830 is here.
|Or, read about the lynching of Joe Payne of Union, here.||Brief news from the Union High School, here.|
|Main Street, looking North||Main Street, looking South|
Construction of US 42
|White Haven Academy
History of this
academy is here. (pdf)
New Haven High School,
Boys & Girls 37th District
New Haven School