Folks of Erlanger, Kentucky

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This is the man for whom Erlanger is named, Baron E. d'Erlanger. 
You can read why in the Henry Childress' History of Erlanger, here.

 

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Edgar Arnett James Tichenor

These are the two men for whom Arnett Elementary and Tichenor Middle School are named. Curiously, Tichenor's web site, here, doesn't mention that fact.  Arnett's does.  Here.

 

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Kentucky Joe Anderson's Cafe, Erlanger. More about his boxing career is at this site.

 

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1937 Dixie Club Softball Champs Erlanger Base Ball Team
Key to who's in the pic, here.

W. J. Sheben, The
Community Bank, Erlanger

 

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Erlanger Mail Men, when the Post Office was at Graves and Dixie Erlanger Police Department.
Doug Whittamore tells us that's his grandfather, Harold Whittamore, 2nd from the right standing behind the man sitting.
If you can identify any of these guys, please drop me an email.

 

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The Hanes Excelsior Hand Grenade
Read about an early hand grenade inventor, Erlanger's W. W. Hanes, here.

 

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This is Erlanger's Jimmy Viox.
Viox's bio is at this site; his major
league record is at this site.

Lloyd Girls' Basketball
Team, 1928-29

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We're indebted to the Erlanger Historical Society for many of the pictures you see here.  Thanks, folks.

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