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Carl Howell, premier postcard collector at Hiestand House Sun 8 Nov 2015

Mr. Howell will be selling and signing his new 200 page book, Early 1900s: a Postcard tribute. The book cover is a postcard of the Historic Adair County Courthouse.

By Betty Gorin

Carl Howell, Hodgenville, premier post card collector in the state of Kentucky, has published a new book, called Kentucky in the Early 1900s: A Postcard Tribute. The book jacket is a postcard of the Adair County Courthouse. He will be speaking briefly followed by a book signing at the Hiestand House-Taylor County Museum, 1075 Campbellsville Bypass/Hodgenville Road, Sunday, 8 Nov 2015, at 12pmCT/1pmET. It is a great time to Christmas shop. The book has received excellent reviews and it has 200 pages of commentary as well as postcards from all over the state. The public is invited. Free admission. Museum is just past Walmart on the Hodgenville Road. --Betty Gorin

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