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Most recent PHOTOS matching your search for 'Heskamp Curtis'...
  1. Town Branch running strong on Monday snow day (Photo ID: 77652)
    This photo is for Ann Heskamp Curtis who wrote memories of the little Town Branch that runs through downtown Columbia. Clicking 'read more' belo... (click photo title to read more)

  2. Columbia Motor Co. Christmas Card - 1931 (Photo ID: 77125)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis writes, "This Christmas card was dated 1931...mailed to Mr. Ben Heskamp, Coburg, Ky." She sent the card after reading Jim's ... (click photo title to read more)

  3. David Heskamp/Columbia Motor Co. Business Card - 1928 (Photo ID: 77124)
    After reading Jim's history of the Columbia Motor Company, I was reminded of a few items that my father kept from his days at Columbia Motor Co. ... (click photo title to read more)

  4. Montana has deep snows? Received this from West Coast (Photo ID: 53289)
    The answer has arrived. See below Can you guess the year?Folks are still talking about that deep freeze and deep snow Adair Countia... (click photo title to read more)

  5. Favorite Old Photo: Adair County Band, a while ago (Photo ID: 52129)
    Adair County Band Here's another photo of the Adair County Band, from the 1950s. As I recall, this was the first time the group had played in... (click photo title to read more)

  6. West Side Public Square, Columbia, KY (1961) (Photo ID: 51424)
    The West Side of the Square, 1961 on a day the Adair County Marching Band paraded around the Square in Columbia. "Majorettes, left to r... (click photo title to read more)

  7. Old Columbia High: Bell will be part of new ACPC (Photo ID: 48246)
    The bell from Columbia Graded and High will have a new life as the art piece in the new Adair County Primary Center, now under constructio... (click photo title to read more)

  8. Mike Harris Building with iron trim (Photo ID: 45976)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis sent the photo, saying, "Note cast iron trim on red brick building...probably around 1903." Approximately one-third of the buil... (click photo title to read more)

  9. Louisville Water Works/AC Courthouse architectural smilarities (Photo ID: 45466)
    Ironwork similarities, Courthouse and Louisville Water Works: The iron work at the top of the Courthouse in the Larry Smith photo is similar t... (click photo title to read more)

  10. Southwest Corner Columbia, KY Square - W.I. Ingram Bldg. (Photo ID: 44974)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis sent a copy of this postcard which shows the buildings including, far right, what is today the Arnold/Firestone Building on ... (click photo title to read more)

  11. The Ford Garage, Columbia, KY (Photo ID: 44970)
    This building stood next door to what is now NAPA Auto Parts (originally Heskamp Motor Company - 411 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY.) ... (click photo title to read more)

  12. Meadow Hill Inn Placecard for Central Bus Lines kickoff dinner (Photo ID: 43174)
    Central Kentucky Bus Lines was a business venture started by my father, David Heskamp, sometime in the 1950s. Here's a photo I found on a ... (click photo title to read more)

  13. Juniors entertain at 1957 Junior/Senior Banquet (Photo ID: 39620)
    Singers at the 1957 Adair County High School Junior/Senior Banquet were, from left, junior class members Doris McKinney, Doris Sullivan, Betty ... (click photo title to read more)

  14. 1957 Adair Co. High School Junior-Senior Banquet (Photo ID: 39618)
    The Junior-Senior Banquet, 1957: Ann Heskamp Curtis shared some photos of the 1957 Junior-Senior Banquet, hosted by the class of 1958 in th... (click photo title to read more)

  15. Old postcard photo shows famed Russell & Co. Department Store (Photo ID: 34230)
    Posted on ColumbiaMagazine.com 2005-10-15 Jesse James Gang historian shares photo of Old Russell Building: Paul Saeli, West Seneca, NY... (click photo title to read more)

  16. First ACHS State Tournament Team: 1954 (Photo ID: 30980)
    THIS TEAM WAS THE FIRST ADAIR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, the second Adair County boys basketball team, to make it to the Kentucky High School Athletic As... (click photo title to read more)

  17. CWC plants tree at Lindsey Wilson honoring Effie Heskamp (Photo ID: 30310)
    COLUMBIA WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERS plus Effie Heskamp's daughter and a niece celebrate Earth Day by dedicating a Dogwood Tree on Lindsey Wilson ... (click photo title to read more)

  18. Happy New Year from Ann Heskamp Curtis (Photo ID: 25918)
    Happy New Year in 2008 with a greeting from the pastFrom Ann Heskamp Curtis, from California, w... (click photo title to read more)

  19. Seasons Greetings Cards from the Past: Columbia Motor Co. (Photo ID: 25917)
    A 1928 postcard sent from Columbia Motors, the one-time Chevrolet dealership, is shared appropriately at this time, by Ann Heskamp Curtis. ... (click photo title to read more)

  20. 1954 Birthday party, 700 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY (Photo ID: 25047)
    1954 BIRTHDAY PARTY, 700 JAMESTOWN ST, COLUMBIA, KY: Ann Sutton Heskamp Curtis found this wonderful photo of a gala occasion on Jamestown S... (click photo title to read more)

  21. Jesse James Gang historian shares photo of Old Russell Building (Photo ID: 21207)
    Paul Saeli, West Seneca, NY is writing a book about the Jesse James Gang, which will have major emphais on their Columbia Robbery. (Yes, he's a... (click photo title to read more)

  22. Original Mystery Photo #5 Identified (Photo ID: 20873)
    Identification to Mystery Photo Contest #5: Auto dealer, later Columbia Postmaster Ray Flowers, beside his 1949 Maroon, 4 door, straight eight cylinde... (click photo title to read more)

 Most recent STORIES matching your search for 'Heskamp Curtis'...
  1. JIM, History: More on Columbia's Simon Spring (Story ID: 96189)
    Simon Springs was mentioned in an earlier story: Ann Heskamp Curtis: Of the Town Bra... (click title to read more)

  2. Ann Heskamp Curtis: Of the Town Branch, and much more (Story ID: 96136)
    With a great deal of interest in Coffey Cave in the past month, Ann Curtis Heskamp remembers, with Sammy June Hancock Cundiff, childhood memories o... (click title to read more)

  3. Ann Curtis remembers Miller Farm, Miss Hattie's bluff (Story ID: 83043)
    She remembers when it was fairly safe for two seven-eight year olds to dash across Jamestown Street and climb an embankment for a picnic on the Mil... (click title to read more)

  4. Walking Columbia: Some suggestions for pedestrian safety (Story ID: 77443)
    Adair Countian now living in California notes that there, driver's handbook says that the pedestrian always has the right of way. (Is that so in K... (click title to read more)

  5. The rest of the story: Is Santa Claus real? (Story ID: 64177)
    Growing up on Jamestown Hill: The secret Susan Russell knew; and kept from her confidante - to this day Ann Heskamp Curtis wr... (click title to read more)

  6. Saddened by news of death of classmate, Ben Gordon Berley (Story ID: 62548)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis writes: I was so saddened to learn of the passing of 1964 Adair County High School classmate Ben Gordon Berl... (click title to read more)

  7. Remembers trek to funeral home to honor Joe Taylor, Sr. (Story ID: 57080)
    The man who rang the bell at Columbia Graded & High School Carol S Myers writes: I certainly do remember wa... (click title to read more)

  8. Bell story elicits memory of significant moment in Columbia life (Story ID: 57064)
    When Joe Taylor, Sr. died, there was an unforgettable tribute to him, a time when students at the school made an unforgettable, solemn tribute to a... (click title to read more)

  9. Happy original iron trim on old buildings is retained (Story ID: 53130)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis writes: I'm so glad the original cast iron trim is still on many of these old buildings!! A search of Wikipedia ... (click title to read more)

  10. JIM: A big coincidence - Weldon-Grenfell posters same day, different sources (Story ID: 51885)
    CM Daily News for April 30, 2012 carried two old photos, ... (click title to read more)

  11. Does anyone have a photo of Jamestown Hilltop before top removed? (Story ID: 50417)
    Comments re photo 44050 Coming soon a view weve never seen before... (click title to read more)

  12. Beautiful Downtown Columbia, KY: Flag line, historic building (Story ID: 50026)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis writes: Beautiful picture of a historic old building...--Ann... (click title to read more)

  13. More on Camp Boyle location (Story ID: 49567)
    Ann Curtis writes:Camp Boyle was in a location most people probably drive past every day! According to Betty Jane Gorin's book "Morgan Is Comin... (click title to read more)

  14. Little things which make a difference: Straightening signs (Story ID: 48140)
    Maybe a county wide sign straightening day is in order?Ann Heskamp Curtis writes: Speaking of little things...I'd li... (click title to read more)

  15. Remembers Miss Peggy, Miss Naomi, dance instructors (Story ID: 44269)
    Comments re article 44262: Remembers taking dance lessons in old hotelAnn He... (click title to read more)

  16. State and City need to address Doug Beard's valid concerns (Story ID: 44153)
    Comments re article 44140 Would like to see a change in road classification State to Ci... (click title to read more)

  17. Can just imagine the Page House wedding in Jim article (Story ID: 41358)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis writes:I can just imagine this beautifully described 1906 wedding at the Page residence (today's Grissom-Martin... (click title to read more)

  18. ACHS Band: Words on props are snippets of Story People (Story ID: 40004)
    About: What is significance of quotes on banners, band costumes a question about AC... (click title to read more)

  19. Q: What is significance of quotes on banners, band costumes (Story ID: 40002)
    About: Adair Band at 2010 Knight-Fest Brandi MooreTo Col... (click title to read more)

  20. Ann Curtis aerial photo: Early 60s, Larry Walker says (Story ID: 35284)
    About: Memorable Old Columbia, KY: Can you date this aerial photo? ... (click title to read more)

  21. Old Old Coddger remembers scenes in old old aerial photo (Story ID: 35283)
    About: Memorable Old Columbia, KY: Can you date this aerial photo? subm... (click title to read more)

  22. A thank you to Ol' Joe, CM (Story ID: 29552)
    About: David and Effie HeskampDear Ed,What ... (click title to read more)

  23. Ann Curtis: Museum could encompass sports, business artifacts (Story ID: 28653)
    About: "Adair Co Courthouse should be a museum"To ColumbiaMagazine.c... (click title to read more)

  24. Classic birthday recalled: at 701 Jamestown St, 1954 (Story ID: 19349)
    Still Partying! Ann Heskamp Curtis found a birthday party picture from Jamestown Street in 1954, when Susan Russell Miller (now Upchurch) was ... (click title to read more)

  25. Feedback: Mayor Bell plan for downtown starts movement (Story ID: 17667)
    Ann Curtis has dibs on penthouse suite over Lerman'sDear Ed & Linda:Are you planning on buying a condo in downtown Colum... (click title to read more)

  26. Letter: Ann Heskamp Curtis adds details for Bryan Gaskins aerial photo (Story ID: 12461)
    The following was posted as a comment Sunday, October 9, 2005I know we're supposed to be looking at the people and activities in the photos... (click title to read more)

  27. COMMENT: Ann Heskamp Curtis sends thanks to Martha Barnes Martin (Story ID: 12244)
    Jamestown Hill Reunion article evokes memories of growing up on Jamestown Street, where "summer was the best time when kids played outside till dar... (click title to read more)

  28. LETTER from Ann Heskamp Curtis (Story ID: 12127)
    Comments on vexing car story, identity of catWants to see Town Branch area, Jamestown St. photos I loved your story and photo of th... (click title to read more)

  29. Mystery Photo #5 Identified: Mr. Ray Flowers and 1949 Buick Roadmaster (Story ID: 11901)
    Johnny O. Prock, Ann Heskamp Curtis both winners under the contest rulesMr. Alfred Flowers fills us in on the man in the picture, ... (click title to read more)

  30. Let's talk trash (Story ID: 10646)
    The photo of roadside litter showing all the bottles, bags and boxes tossed from passing vehicles created some healthy discussions about our trash. Co... (click title to read more)

  31. Old High School Commemorative Plate on eBay (Story ID: 10577)
    Ann Heskamp Curtis writes: I just thought I'd tell you about a china plate with a handpainted picture of the old Columbia High School that's... (click title to read more)

  32. Oh, How I Wish We Would Look For Something More Uplifting To Define Our Communi (Story ID: 10266)
    This article first appeared in issue 21, and was written by ANN HESKAMP CURTIS. The full title appeared as: Oh, how I wish we would look for... (click title to read more)




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