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MEMORIES of KNIFLEY, SCHO0L No. 1 Looking Down Main

2006-04-20 - Knifley, Adair CO, KY - Photo Staff of photo from Donald Knifley collection. A Fourth of July, 1902, community celebration in Knifley, KY. This is a rarely seen photo of Main Street, looking east, in old Knifley, from the collection of Donald Knifley. Mr. Knifley has not identified any of people in the photo. But he does note that it is the only photo extant which shows the letters at the top of the L.R. Chelf store, upper right hand corner, clearly enough in his original that the letters can be made out with a magnifying glass. The photo kicks off the serialized story of the community and the school, by Donald Knifley, Jennifer Hardin, and students and staff of Knifley Grade Center. Several more wonderful photos will accompany the stories.
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