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Age of manned flight, Adair Co., KY: Bright skies over Greater Bliss

2013-11-12 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Jurisdictions are not just states of mind, there are real demarcations from the the sky. In the lower center, foreground, the manor house at the Browning-Pike spread, the edge of Greater Bliss, the residence of Gertrude Browning and home of President Victoria Pike, sachemess of the Democratic Women's Clib. Clockwise, the residence of Former CJE Richard L. and Former Adair first lady Marsha Walker. And ahead, new Columbia and Holladay Place, Five Star, Burger King, Duo County Telecom, Goodwill of COlumbia, and Walmart Supercenter, the million gallon Raider Bob CAUD water tower, and Pyles Excavation and Pyles Demolition Recycling plant. - CM Staff photo
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