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Most recent PHOTOS matching your search for 'Janice Holt Giles'...
  1. Scenic Adair Co., KY: Janice Holt Giles Home- Knifley, Ky. (Photo ID: 68213)
    Jane Smith captured a stunning reflection of the Janice & Henry Giles House barely hinting of fall color, The Giles House is open June 1 thru Octo... (click photo title to read more)

  2. Aerial Concepts view of Janice & Henry Giles place (Photo ID: 62247)
    This is a photo I took of the Janice Holt Giles place on 8-15-15.They are having an arts an crafts festival on October the 3. All are welcome to ... (click photo title to read more)

  3. A bit of history puzzler: Old wind chime clapper (Photo ID: 59722)
    Information please "I bought this wind chime at goodwill back around Christmas. It has the Courthouse,the old Columbia High School,the Mi... (click photo title to read more)

  4. Lindsay Miller, Brandon Lee will exchange vows at Giles House (Photo ID: 55388)
    Lindsay Miller and Brandon Lee invite their family and friends to share in the joy as they begin their new life together on the 14th of Jun... (click photo title to read more)

  5. One dozen books by Jim at FM2 (Photo ID: 54479)
    Adair County Historian Mike Watson has many of his own 69 books on sale today. In addition, he has books by Janice Holt Giles and one dozen boo... (click photo title to read more)

  6. Early Childhood Reading List: Hannah Fowler (Photo ID: 53893)
    Tillie's interest in great literature leans toward great Adair County books. She was fascinated turning the pages of Janice Holt Giles' H... (click photo title to read more)

  7. A 'Book' on Knifley (Photo ID: 53655)
    If there is a history devoted exclusively to Knifley, we are CM aren't aware of it. Much of the history of the community can be found in chap... (click photo title to read more)

  8. Janice Holt Giles induction in Hall of Fame (Photo ID: 53515)
    Keysha Tucker, President of the Giles Society, stands beside a portrait of Janice Holt Giles, at the Knifley author's induction into the Kentu... (click photo title to read more)

  9. Giles House: Famous occupant now in Authors Hall of Fame (Photo ID: 53230)
    The popular and very scenic Giles House near Knifley, KY, takes on even more importance with the announcement that the late Janice Holt Giles i... (click photo title to read more)

  10. Jennifer Smith portrays author Janice Holt Giles in film (Photo ID: 51532)
    Jennifer Smith, portrays author Janice Holt Giles. The segment is filmed at the Caldwell Ridge Cemetery not far from the home of Janice and Hen... (click photo title to read more)

  11. Photography: A Cool View of Giles House (Photo ID: 44269)
    The Janice Holt Giles place This picture was taken in the Fall of 2011. I used the cartoon editing feature from my Kodak Easyshare program ... (click photo title to read more)

  12. Clara Metzmeier, longtime President of Giles Society, retires (Photo ID: 43709)
    Clara Metzmeier, retiring president of the Giles Society, Spout Springs, Adair County, KY, received a special plaque commemorating her long... (click photo title to read more)

  13. Scenic Adair Co., KY: The Giles House (Photo ID: 36363)
    302 Spout Springs RD, Columbia, KY in the vicinity of the Village of Knifley, KY.Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles restored house: Kenny... (click photo title to read more)

  14. Norma Jean Parnell's wonderful Adair County Quilt (Photo ID: 31566)
    Norma Jean Parnell, left, created this beautiful Adair County Quilt over a period of three months. It was finished in time to show at the J... (click photo title to read more)

  15. 2008 Giles House: Unique walking sticks (Photo ID: 28546)
    MIKE HUDDLESTON, Greensburg, KY, is one of the vendors at the 10th Annual Giles House Arts & Crafts Fair now underway at Spouts Springs, KY... (click photo title to read more)

  16. Scenic Adair Co., KY: Trumpet vine at Arnolds Landing (Photo ID: 27504)
    TO BORROW A WORD, "NOTIONAL," FROM JANICE HOLT GILES, who sometimes used the word to describe mules and men, the trumpet vine is nature's "... (click photo title to read more)

  17. Janice Holt Giles Literary Award goes to Samara Skinner (Photo ID: 27221)
    The JANICE HOLT GILES SOCIETY presented ACHS Junior Samara Skinner with the Society's literary award. This award is given each year to a fe... (click photo title to read more)

  18. Adair Co. Garden Club landscapes around sign at library (Photo ID: 27062)
    Genealogical Librarians Ernie Bennett, left, and Jewel Kimbler, right, admire the new garden around the Janice Holt Giles/Adair County Library, La... (click photo title to read more)

  19. Scenic Adair Co., KY: New view, Memorable Old Columbia (Photo ID: 26784)
    LINDA WAGGENER captured yet another unforgettable view of one of America's most photographed clocktowers. This view of the Adair County Cou... (click photo title to read more)

  20. Postcards from the past: Adair Courthouse at its finest (Photo ID: 26050)
    The ADAIR COUNTY COURTHOUSEShown above in its red brick era in on this old postcard photographed by Betty Sue Jasper is... (click photo title to read more)

  21. Janes Holt Giles group hears Dr. Montell (Photo ID: 25286)
    DR. MONTELL AT SPOUT SPRINGS: Carrie Montgomery took this picture and wrote, "Dr. Lynwood Montell paused for a moment on the front porch of th... (click photo title to read more)

  22. Spout Springs Bridge emergency: Steve Fair eases across (Photo ID: 24560)
    Steve Fair of Liberty, KY, said he was a little concerned when he crossed the Spout Springs bridge on his way to get water. He's shown here... (click photo title to read more)

  23. Birthplace of Janice Holt Giles, Altus, Arkansas (Photo ID: 23356)
    Janice Holt Giles was born on March 28, 1905 at this house in Altus, Arkansas. Mrs. Giles died in Adair County in 1979, and is buried a... (click photo title to read more)

  24. Janice Holt Giles in winter time (Photo ID: 23184)
    This photo for the season of famed Adair County author Janice Holt Giles is on display at the Giles House, Knifley, KY. The date would appe... (click photo title to read more)

  25. Untamed Adair: Wildlife Viewing Area (Photo ID: 23012)
    Unusual views abound between Knifley and Neatsville. A Wildlife Viewing Area just off Hwy 76 offers easy parking and a guarantee of interesting photo ... (click photo title to read more)

  26. Giles Festival 2006: looking out Henry's Becky House window (Photo ID: 22557)
    LOOKING OUT HENRY GILES' WINDOW from his Becky House one could see the back of the restored log cabin and the booths with arts and crafts and food.... (click photo title to read more)

  27. Giles Festival 2006 was very successful (Photo ID: 22554)
    HARD WORK BY THE BOARD MEMBERS OF THE JANICE HOLT AND HENRY GILES FOUNDATION made for a perfect day Saturday, October 7th. People came from Ada... (click photo title to read more)

  28. PhotoAD: Hill Man set from E.P. Waggener & Sons, Booksellers (Photo ID: 22364)
    Get Janice Holt Giles books from $1.95 up at E.P. Waggener & Sons, Booksellers. Complete sets of all the Giles works available. Or, get this tw... (click photo title to read more)

  29. Courthouse tree trimming (Photo ID: 21262)
    Johnny Morgan's tree trimming crew were hard at work taking down limbs Thursday evening, October 27, 2005. The Adair Fiscal Court is paying $30... (click photo title to read more)

  30. Literary Arts Event: Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Foundation celebration (Photo ID: 21158)
    Saturday, October 1, 2005, marks the Seventh Annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Festival at the log cabin in northern Adair County. Click... (click photo title to read more)

  31. Ronald McDonald at JHGML second time in two years (Photo ID: 20983)
    Ronald McDonald kept kids of all ages laughing, but his message was serious: Read. The famous mascot was at the Janice Holt Giles Library for t... (click photo title to read more)

  32. Magic at JHG Library (Photo ID: 20982)
    Ronald McDonald performed a magic trick to the delight the 100+audience assembled on the lawn at the Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library, Tuesday morni... (click photo title to read more)

  33. Columbia finally gets train service (Photo ID: 20957)
    In the Twentieth Century, local leaders thought train service would make Columbia happen. It was here, Saturday, June 18, 21st Century, in the form of... (click photo title to read more)

  34. Janice Holt Giles' 100th birthday party (Photo ID: 20832)
    Janice Holt Giles 100th birthday was celebrated with a tea at the Library named in her honor recently. The Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Fo... (click photo title to read more)

  35. Etta Bell Bryant: The woman with the long hair (Photo ID: 20726)
    This photograph of Etta Bell Bryant, by B.B. Montgomery, is on display at the Janice Holt Giles Memorial/Adair County Public Library Genealogy Room.... (click photo title to read more)

  36. Genealogy Department at JHG Library (Photo ID: 20709)
    THERE'S A LOT TO SEE in the genealogy section of the Janice Holt Giles/Adair County Library. Genealogy department director Ernestine Bennett ho... (click photo title to read more)

  37. Folk studies at the Giles Festival (Photo ID: 20609)
    THE LINDSEY WILSON FOLKLORE and Oral History class was represented at the Giles Festival last weekend. They are, from front to back on the left... (click photo title to read more)

  38. Working at the Giles celebration (Photo ID: 20451)
    JUSTIN WILSON REINCARNATED? No. Even better. Head Chef Charles Sparks, a member of the Giles Foundation board; Chris Watts, in real life, leadi... (click photo title to read more)

  39. Dr. David M. Royse (Photo ID: 20376)
    Dr. David M. Royse was researching Revolutionary War Soldier Solomon Royse in the Genealogy Room at the Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library in Columbia... (click photo title to read more)

  40. Archive Photo (Photo ID: 20005)
    JANICE HOLT GILESThis item first appeared in Issue 4 of the print edition of Columbia! Magazine.... (click photo title to read more)

 Most recent STORIES matching your search for 'Janice Holt Giles'...
  1. Reader asks: Any bookstores in Columbia dealing in JHG books? (Story ID: 93328)
    Mike Crain inquires: Greetings. Could you kindly tell me any books stores in Columbia that may deal in Janice Holt Giles' books? ... (click title to read more)

  2. Early October 1957: Big Doings in Adair County (Story ID: 93185)
    Jim brings back memories: Of the times when city councils ran as a "ticket," when there was a newly gravelled, parking lot where Sav-A-Lot... (click title to read more)

  3. Richard Phelps says mystery church is Caldwell Chapel Church (Story ID: 92560)
    About: Mystery Photo: Do you remember this church? ... (click title to read more)

  4. Joe Spires: by himself an entire Spout Springs school reunion (Story ID: 91652)
    He lives in Columbia, now, but he heads back to the north side of Green River almost every chance he gets. He's still the bigger than life figure ... (click title to read more)

  5. Margaret Dunn, 85, Adair County, KY (1931-2016) (Story ID: 84462)
    ... (click title to read more)

  6. Mary Ann Brown sends guess on mystery roadway photo (Story ID: 80724)
    Mary Ann Brown writes: Reminds me of, I think highway 76 coming from Knifley, going past the road that goes to Tucker woods and... (click title to read more)

  7. Wants to know when next event will be held at Giles House (Story ID: 78353)
    Comments re article 65216 Janice Holt Giles inducted into KY Writers Hall of Fame... (click title to read more)

  8. Joyce Coomer: The uses of weeds (Story ID: 76369)
    No Rachel Carson didn't write these words, but Rachel Carson (and Thomas Wolfe, and Janice Holt Giles) certainly comes to mind. They are the equally ... (click title to read more)

  9. Margie Elaine Burton Cooley, 71, Adair Co., KY (1943-2015) (Story ID: 75434)
    ... (click title to read more)

  10. MIKE WATSON: Vendor list 3rd Annual Adair County Book Fair, 11 Oct 2014 (Story ID: 70269)
    HUGE BOOK FAIR runs during DOWNTOWN DAYS The Third Annual Adair County Book Fair will take place 9am-3pmCT. Saturday, October 11, 2014 ... (click title to read more)

  11. Great list of local authors to be at 3rd Annual Adair Co. Book Fair, 11 Oct 2014 (Story ID: 70212)
    The Third Annual Adair County Book Fair will take place 9am-3pmCT. Saturday, October 11, 2014 , in the Historic Adair County Courthouse, 500 Public... (click title to read more)

  12. Lindsay Miller, Brandon Lee will exchange vows at Giles House (Story ID: 67897)
    Click on headline for announcement with photo Lindsay Miller and Brandon Lee invite their family and friends to share in the joy a... (click title to read more)

  13. Janice Holt Giles inducted into KY Writers Hall of Fame (Story ID: 65216)
    Ceremony takes plae January 23, 2014, at the Carnegie Center in Lexington. Giles' last residence was Knifley, KY, but she had also lived in Campbe... (click title to read more)

  14. Janice Holt Giles still luring folks to Adair County (Story ID: 64943)
    Sharon Whitehurst writes: Interesting to note that Janice Holt Giles is still luring folks to Adair County--probably not her in... (click title to read more)

  15. Janice Holt Giles to be inducted into Authors Hall of Fame today (Story ID: 64773)
    By Mike Crain Janice Holt Giles, Adair County KY author, will be inducted into The KY Authors Hall of Fame by The Carnegie Center, 2... (click title to read more)

  16. Photo album of filming upcoming Silent City video (Story ID: 62268)
    Click on headline for complete item with photo(s) By Ernestine S. Bennett Filming of the the filming by videograph... (click title to read more)

  17. Wants to see more activity at Giles House Festival (Story ID: 61732)
    Comments re article 12420 Annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Festival... (click title to read more)

  18. Hannah Fowler House opened in 1962 (Story ID: 57949)
    Comments re article 57910 Remembers Hannah Fowler House of the 1960s query from Peg... (click title to read more)

  19. JIM: A Funeral in the Hills of Kentucky (1921) - An Ohion's Unkind Perspective (Story ID: 50719)
    It's a story about visitor's misperceptions about Adair County customs and ways, and practice of Christianity, misperceptions which were published ... (click title to read more)

  20. Giles Society Membership Drive is underway (Story ID: 50599)
    Your membership/ donations are tax deductible because you receive no gifts or services. All donations and/or volunteer work are accepted. Donations... (click title to read more)

  21. Clara Metzmeier retires as Giles Society President (Story ID: 49825)
    Keysha Tucker, Knifley, KY, is the new PresidentPosted by Linda WaggenerSusan Lewis sends word that longtime president o... (click title to read more)

  22. JIM: Ben Carter (part 1 of 5) (Story ID: 49259)
    What an adventurous time it was, 100 years ago in America. And what a time of unbounded optimism in Adair County. This five part series starts toda... (click title to read more)

  23. Reception April 9 at Lindsey Wilson for Artist Larry Parker (Story ID: 43503)
    A reception will be held from 10am-12 noon CT on Saturday, April 9, 2011. for regional artist Larry Parker in the Lucretia C. Begley Art Gallery, in t... (click title to read more)

  24. Sharon Whitehurst: On origin of Shady Grove title (Story ID: 43432)
    Sharon Whitehurst writesThe question arose in CM this week about the origins of Janice Holt Giles' book titled "Shady Grove."... (click title to read more)

  25. Sanders Ridge school was known as Shady Grove (Story ID: 43415)
    Comments re photo 39777 One room school Sanders Ridge Adair Co KY... (click title to read more)

  26. Thanks to Wayfaring Stranger for warm affirmation (Story ID: 41658)
    Reading Janice Holt Giles influenced choice of home hereSharon Whitehurst writes:Thank You, Wayfaring Stranger, for ... (click title to read more)

  27. The Giles Society celebrates 14 Years (Story ID: 35673)
    March is membership month; options belowSee also: REUNIONS... (click title to read more)

  28. Chuck Hinman, IJMA No. 323 Hi! Where Are You From? (Story ID: 33304)
    "It struck me that this is a kind of 'Thanksgiving' story," editor Robert Stone wrote when he sent this absolute jewel of a story about the state m... (click title to read more)

  29. Kentuckians Reading Kentuckians is September 19, 2009 (Story ID: 31775)
    Janice Holt GilesThe annual Kentuckians Reading Kentuckians event takes ... (click title to read more)

  30. Obituary: Sharon Willis Greer, 60, Knifley, KY (Story ID: 30715)
    Sharon Willis Greer was a beloved community leader, a member of a large, highly respected North Adair County family. She was a member of Barnett's ... (click title to read more)

  31. Local lore. Trees which bring death to planters (Story ID: 30157)
    Everybody knows not to plant a weeping willow tree. You are tempting Fate if you plant one. "As soon as they are big enough to shade your grave, you d... (click title to read more)

  32. Far Off Broadway Theatre has many ties to Columbia, KY (Story ID: 29819)
    To ColumbiaMagazine.com: The Far Off Broadway Players in Glasgow feel a deep connection with Columbia and Adair County. Our assistant s... (click title to read more)

  33. March 2009 is membership month for Giles Society (Story ID: 27940)
    Program schedule for 2009 is belowBy Clara MetzmeierTo honor Janice Holt Giles' and Henry Giles' literary and architectu... (click title to read more)

  34. Another Angle revisited: A column on Janice Holt Giles (Story ID: 25366)
    With so many revisiting the Giles House at Spout Springs, Knifley, KY, this weekend for the 10th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival, we are posting a link ... (click title to read more)

  35. Kentuckians Reading Kentuckians is tomorrow at Giles House (Story ID: 24970)
    REUNIONSEVENTS... (click title to read more)

  36. The Giles Society celebrates Kentucky writers (Story ID: 24791)
    Janice Holt GilesThe annual Kentuckians Reading Kentuckians event takes ... (click title to read more)

  37. Darlene Campbell book signing 1st of 3 at JHGML/ACPL (Story ID: 23858)
    Event for Dragon's Heir on July 12, 2008 will be followed by book signings by Suzie Grant on August 2, 2008, and Roy & Phyllis Barnes on Aug... (click title to read more)

  38. Kentuckians Reading Kentuckians scheduled for cooler weather (Story ID: 23816)
    REUNIONSEVENTS... (click title to read more)

  39. Garden Club makes ACPL, Adair Co., more beautiful place to live (Story ID: 23084)
    New landscape design at library will have letter "A" flowers in Adair County High School red, white, and blue colored blooms. Eight club members, C... (click title to read more)

  40. March is Membership Month for The Giles Society (Story ID: 22118)
    PHOTOMarch is Membership Month for The Giles Society. An... (click title to read more)

  41. Author Susie Grant speaks to large group at ACPL (Story ID: 20480)
    Adair County Treasure Susie Grant entertains crowd at Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library with emotional stories of coming of age in wartime Germany... (click title to read more)

  42. Letter: Ruth Ann Campbell remembers working at Franklin Theater (Story ID: 19509)
    About: Picture from the past: Franklin TheaterHi,... (click title to read more)

  43. Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Festival is Oct. 6, 2007 (Story ID: 18878)
    The annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Arts and Crafts Festivalwill be held on October 6, 2007 at the Giles House in Knifley, KY atSpout Springs... (click title to read more)

  44. Booth space for Giles Festival is available (Story ID: 18830)
    The annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Arts and Crafts Festival will be held on October 6, 2007 at the G... (click title to read more)

  45. Giles Arts, Crafts Festival October 6, 2007 (Story ID: 18810)
    The annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Arts and Crafts Festival will be held on October 6, 2007 at the Giles house in Knifley, KY at Spout Sprin... (click title to read more)

  46. Note from reader out west who appreciates JHG writings: (Story ID: 18524)
    To ColumbiaMagazine.com"...I am finally reading Miss Willie and what a treasure it is. Thisevening I looked up the Janice H... (click title to read more)

  47. The Bottomses: Richard Hovious spots huge gap in Veterans List (Story ID: 18470)
    Knifley's Marion and Ider Bottoms had four sons who served in World War II. Writer remembers the day at Knifley HIgh School when news came of Edwar... (click title to read more)

  48. Jacobson Wins 2nd Annual Janice Holt Giles Fiction Contest (Story ID: 18195)
    Genie Jacobson is the winner in the second annual Janice Holt Giles Fiction Contest with her story, "Terrapin Days." Her winning story a... (click title to read more)

  49. Rev. Joey N. Welsh: Guthrie and Knifley, Warren and Giles (Story ID: 17098)
    Another angle, the occasional musings of a Kentucky pastor: Two historic sites, two extraordinary lives, one shared centenaryBy ... (click title to read more)

  50. March is Giles Society membership month (Story ID: 16515)
    By Clara MetzmeierMarch is membership month for the Giles Society, in remembrance of Janice Holt Giles' birthday.It is time to ... (click title to read more)

  51. Feedback: Lucy Katherine has Chelf eyes (Story ID: 16264)
    To the editorYes, this little girl really does have the Chelf eyes. My father was Presley Chelf from Knifley, and I live in Knifley now... (click title to read more)

  52. Deadline for JHG Fiction Contest Mar. 3, 2007 (Story ID: 15739)
    Winning fiction will be published in Arts Across Kentucky. Winner receives $500The deadline for the 2007 Janice Holt Giles S... (click title to read more)

  53. Another Spotlight Event: Ghost Stories, 5:30pm, Spout Springs (Story ID: 15127)
    In addition to all that's going on in the Folklore of the Old West festival, there are special events all over Adair County. Ghost Story telling st... (click title to read more)

  54. Dr. Montell to tell ghost stories at Giles House (Story ID: 14946)
    October 14, 2006: The Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Foundation will be hosting "Ghost Stories," featuring Dr. Lynwood Montell, Kentucky aut... (click title to read more)

  55. 8th Annual Giles Arts & Crafts Festival October 7, 2006 (Story ID: 14940)
    Booth space is still available. Less than 2 weeks until eventBy Beverly EnglandJust a reminder that the 8th Annual Janic... (click title to read more)

  56. Letter: Beverly England posts reminder of Giles festival (Story ID: 14794)
    We'd like to remind everyone of the annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Arts and Crafts Day that is coming up on October 7, 2006. Saturday, Octob... (click title to read more)

  57. ASK THE FINDISTS: Where can you buy the Janice Holt Giles House paperweights? (Story ID: 13469)
    Question from reader turned over to Findist at Adair County Public Library quickly answered. Story below also includes informaton on artist's other... (click title to read more)

  58. Annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Festival (Story ID: 12420)
    Event has become one of Kentucky's major cultural events, with music, hand crafted items, Kentucky authors, demonstrations, and grilled food... (click title to read more)

  59. Giles Foundation announces annual Arts and Crafts Festival (Story ID: 12263)
    If you love arts and crafts and fine local food, music and good stories, you're in for a treat. In northern Adair County, in the litle town... (click title to read more)

  60. More new summer reading announced at the Adair Library (Story ID: 12241)
    The Adair County Regional Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library sends this new list of books that have just arrived for your reading pleasure.Inc... (click title to read more)

  61. JHG Library offers many new books for summer reading (Story ID: 12122)
    Director Lee Ann Jessie sends news of these books just in at the Adair County Regiona Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library for your summer reading pleas... (click title to read more)

  62. Ronald McDonald big hit at JHG Memorial Library Tuesday morning (Story ID: 12082)
    Photo follows this articleBy Ed WaggenerOver 100 people were entertained by Ronald McDonald, Thursday morning, June 28, ... (click title to read more)

  63. Earl Maurice Conover: He was living symbol of World War II (Story ID: 12057)
    His war story told in news clippingsand quotes from some who rememberBy Ed Waggener with major contributions from Cyrus; special... (click title to read more)

  64. Library shares news of latest books to arrive (Story ID: 11974)
    Just in from the Adair County regional Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library, this list of new books for your reading pleasure.Included here are ... (click title to read more)

  65. New books for all ages in at the Adair County Public Library (Story ID: 11943)
    New books are available for your reading pleasure at Adair County's regional Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library. Included here are the lists of new ad... (click title to read more)

  66. Giles Foundation celebrates Janice Holt Giles' 100th birthday (Story ID: 11840)
    by Beverly EnglandOn March 20, 2005 the Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Foundation celebrated Janice Holt Giles 100th birthday with a... (click title to read more)

  67. Genealogy is a growing interest to many (Story ID: 11632)
    Searches are relatively inexpensive and high in satisfactionJanice Holt Giles Library genealogy department is one of state's best... (click title to read more)

  68. 6th Annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Arts and Crafts Festival (Story ID: 11246)
    The 6th annual Janice Holt Giles and Henry Giles Arts and Crafts Festival will be held on October 2, 2004 from 9 to 4 central time at the historical ... (click title to read more)

  69. Annual Giles celebration enjoyed by many (Story ID: 10894)
    By Linda WaggenerThe Giles' cabin at Spout Springs was surrounded by people enjoying themselves at the 5th annual Arts and Crafts Fair last weeken... (click title to read more)

  70. Library needs help replacing tree lost in storm (Story ID: 10840)
    A favorite tree provided both beauty and shade at the entrance of Adair County's Janice Holt Giles Memorial Library until last week's stormy weather c... (click title to read more)

  71. Giles' Wellspring reviewed in Herald-Leader (Story ID: 10430)
    The University Press of Kentucky recently reissued Janice Holt Giles' Wellspring in hardcover. Wellspring has traditionally been one of the tou... (click title to read more)

  72. Janice Holt Giles Biography Signing Party At Giles House, October 9, 1998 (Story ID: 10275)
    This article first appeared in issue 21, and was written by Staff. ... (click title to read more)

  73. janice Holt Giles: A Writer's Life, Dianne Watkins Stuart's Biography Of (Story ID: 10274)
    This article first appeared in issue 21, and was written by Clara Metzmeier. The full title appeared as: Janice Holt Giles: A Writer's Li... (click title to read more)

  74. Collecting Henry Giles And Janice Holt Giles Books (Story ID: 10029)
    This article first appeared in issue 4, and was written by David A. Pyles. ... (click title to read more)




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