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Scenic Casey Co., KY: The Lights of Liberty

2013-12-29 - 36 Hustonville Street, Liberty, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Prof. A. W. Reed was happy to find that, contrary to Thomas Wolfe, you can go home again and find things a lot like they were, with improvements. The Lights of Liberty picture show is right where the Kentuckian theater, where he learned the projectionist trade from the 30 year Lord of the Projection booth, Clyde Goodin, as a teenage growing up on Taylor Street, just a few blocks north of the theater. Lights of Liberty is, for the moment, the only Downtown theater in the 7-County area still in operation at an original location. The building is slightly different, but due respect has been paid to its heritage.

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