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Historic Adair County Courthouse: Stained glass windows

2014-01-03 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo By Linda Waggener, CM Photo.
The same sky which gave Roseland Plantation it's rosy backdrop
also gave the historic Adair County Courthouse natural stained class windows, as pretty as those in any cathedral. From snippets of information, there is rosy outlook for the courthouse this year, as many of the long laid plans seem to be coming together, with some still secret major tenants a possibility. Can say no more, except it's a reminder of the (1950s?) slogan, "Columbia, the City with a Rosy Future." The other 20th Century Slogan, "Columbia, Comtemplated Population 4,200," came true a long time ago - through economic opportunity creation as well as procreation, the city zoomed past that lofty population figure years ago. Paired Photo: See also - Could this sky have given Roseland it's name

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