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SCENIC ADAIR CO, KY: Little Red Schoolhouse Art at Adair County Middle School



2006-04-20 - General John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo Staff of painting. THIS IDEALIZED PAINTING of country life in Adair County has been a part of Adair County student life for over one quarter of a century. It hangs in the foyer of Adair County Middle School as it did when the building housed the high school. It has one change, Assistant Principal Sandy Wilson says. The ACMS were more recently added to the school building in the painting. It was originally painted by Wilbert Branham and Rocky Yarberry, both of whom have since died. (Additional information on the painting welcome).
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