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MEMORIES of KNIFLEY, SCHOOL No. 9. Main ST 50s to 60s

2006-04-20 - Knifley, Adair CO, KY - Photo Staff from Donald Knifley Photo Collection. Photo No. 9. Knifley. This is a picture of Main Street, looking east. in Knifley taken around the mid-1950s to early 1960s, before the town was torn down and moved because the Corps of Engineers took the old town to make way for Green River Lake. On the right, the Texaco gas pump is in front of the Luke and Marie Knifley Restaurant. On right is two story Knifley Post Office, unidentified metal sided building, the KY 551 from Columbia, then the brick building which house the Jack Hovious Store, then a vacant lot is where barber shop was, then the L.R. Chelf Store. This side of the post office would be where the Leon Christie Store was located. This photo, taken by Bro. Wolgemuth, was the inspiration for a painting now owned by Louise Spires.
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