Alfred J. Andrews photographs of early Kentucky architecture, circa 1940-1969
circa 2 cubic ft.
Paper inventory is available in the Dept. of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library.
Undated photographs taken circa 1940s-1960s show interiors and exteriors of eighteenth and nineteenth century buildings in Kentucky. Buildings include The Grange, near Paris, built 1818; the Old Capitol, Frankfort, built 1827-1829; Adam Childers House, Versailles, built circa 1845; Betty Bryan Place, Harrodsburg Pike, built circa 1843; Holloway House, Richmond, built circa 1838; Castlelawn, near Lexington, undated; Junius Ward Place, near Georgetown, built 1859; Warwick, at Danville, built circa 1845; and others.