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Rebel Landing Rebel Landing
Rebel Landing

 

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Homes beneath the
giant oak on
Highland Avenue

4th and Sycamore,
c. WWI

A section of
Seventh  Street,
Carrollton  

Residence,
Carrollton

 

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Gaines Residence Gaunt Residence Winslow Residence
These three are all from around 1896

 

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Belmont Jane Bell Place Winslow-Howe Home Demint Home
These four are all drawn by Walter H. Kiser, and are from the the Louisville Times in 1942

 

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Lewis House on Highland Avenue. c. 1890's
later the site of the Post Office

Home of Perry B. Gaines, Carrollton
East of town, at Four Mile Road

 

Donaldson Poor House

The Donaldson Home on Highland,
now a bank parking lot.
from a Carol Shelton post on Facebook

The County Infirmary, a.k.a. The Poor
House, was torn down when they put
in the park.
from a Facebook post by Todd Oak

 

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Home of R. M. Barker, Carrollton

 

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Twin Oaks Tourist Home, Carrollton
Twin Oaks was located on the southeast corner of Highland and 6th.

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The six pictures below are all of the home of Perry Gaines of Carrollton.  They appeared in Kentucky Progress Magazine in January, 1932.
 

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Carrollton,  Kentucky

Carrollton, Ky, the Only Town on the Map

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