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Pictures of Old Knifley

A collection of pictures from Old Knifley, Kentucky, including shots of the old high school, the old theater, the basketball team, and more.

More information about these pictures of old Knifley was publisehd in a story in Issue 36.


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Knifley Grade And High School Building



2005-02-06 - Knifley, KY - Photo Staff. Knifley Grade And High School Building which was destroyed by fire. There was a Christian Church, a high school and elementary school.
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Knifley Soldiers WWII



2005-02-06 - Knifley, KY - Photo Unknown. Shortly After World War Two this photo was made to honor these men as they returned from service. Front row, l-r: Marshall Chelf, Ivan Knifley, Robert Spires, Charles Arnold, Aldus Brockman, Samuel Goode, Murrell Sanders. Second row: Robert Bottoms, Howard Chelf, Herman Chelf, Raymond Brockman, Presley Chelf, Vernon Williams, Troy Hovious, Jimmy Bottoms and Grover Pendleton. Third row: Dennis Holcomb, Samuel Jones, J.C. Thomas and Alton Hendrickson.
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Knifley High School Basketball Team 1936



2005-02-06 - Knifley, KY - Photo Unknown. The Knifley High School Basketball Team 1936. From left in front are: Number 8, Furman Janes, Number 7 Benny Hovious, and Number 1 Presley Chelf. Back row, from left are: Number 6, Fred Tucker, Number 5 Bill Davis, Number 2 Dennis Holcomb, Number 4 Robert Rafferty and Edgar Lacy Coach. Not pictured are Number 3, Elwood Scott, Number 9 Billy Joe Breeding and Number 10 Earl Mann.
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Knifley Art Theater



2005-02-06 - Knifley, KY - Photo Unknown. Art Theater Goers: from left in front are William Martin, Beulah Hardin and Orin Martin. In back are Clem Feese, Glenna Rhea Spires and Travis Hatfield. From Marie Hatfield 1997.
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Old Knifley



2005-02-06 - Knifley, KY - Photo Unknown. Skating Rink on left and Mr. Van Dunbar's store. On right is post office at Knifley. From Marie Hatfield 1997.
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Old Holcomb Garage



2005-02-06 - Knifley, KY - Photo Unknown. Old Holcomb Garage. Dennis Holcomb entering garage. Mr. Willie Holcomb and Howard Overstreet. From Marie Hatfield 1997.
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