|The Mason Minerva Bus||Mr. D. F. Weaver, noted bee-
keeper of Minerva, Ky., 1907
|The Baptist Church in Minerva.
It may be the oldest building still
standing in all of Northern Kentucky
Contemporary brochure on Bracken Baptist Church
An older history of it is here.
|History of Bracken Baptist Church, Minerva, is here.||A few words on the Minerva College are here. (pdf)|
|“The Senior Class of Yale College on Saturday elected John W. Showalter, of
Minerva, Ky., Class Orator.” New York Times, January 23, 1867.
|The 1903 issue of the American Telephone Journal reports that
“The Mutual Telephone Company will put in a switchboard and run a
new line from Tuckahoe to Dover.”
|The Illustrated Catholic Family Almanac
in 1877 listed St. James Catholic Church
in Minerva as being dedicated on
September 5, 1875
|An automotive trade publication, Horseless Age,
reports in 1916 that C. L. Mains & Co. has started
selling Koehler Trucks [external link] in Minerva.
|In 1795 Lewis Craig established the Bracken
Meeting House in Minerva. Read it here. (pdf)
|A U.S. Supreme Court Justice born in Minerva? That would be the Hon. Stanley Reed. See his Wikipedia page here. That's his boyhood home on the right, c 1938. Judge Reed's first encounter with the law? As a high school track athlete, he was stopped by the Sheriff near Minerva, who “arrested me as crazy for running in a shockingly undressed condition - a track suit.” Cincinnati Post, April 6, 1957|
Maysville's Stanley Reed Court, just east of the courthouse, was named for him.
from a Facebook post by Jim Allison
|Minerva School||Minerva School & Gym||Minerva School|
Inside the Minerva gym, Tony Wenz of the Minerva Maroons goes for the
layup against defender Jim Ed Warner of the Mayslick Cardinals.
from a Facebook post by Ron Bailey
|Minerva School Bus||Minerva College|