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PICTORIAL ROCKCASTLE RECOLLECTIONS PICTURES
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS YEAR LONG PROJECT THAT WILL HAVE INPUT BY MANY OF OUR CITIZENS WHO ARE SHARING ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S 200TH BIRTHDAY.  YES, WE WERE CARVED OUT MOSTLY OF MADISON, LINCOLN, AND PARTLY OUT OF KNOX AND PULASKI COUNTIES IN 1810.  WE'RE EXCITED TO SHARE SOME OF THE HISTORY COLLECTED ALONG THE WAY. 

WE THANK EACH ONE OF YOU FOR HELPING MAKE THIS PROJECT AND EXCITING VENTURE BACK IN TIME CAPTURED AND NOW SHARED.

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By Pete Stamper Here is a picture of Mt. Vernon High School.  Looks to be in the late 40's...# 1
By Pete Stamper
Winstead's Tourist Camp  #2
By Pete Stamper
Old US 25 Cut which is just South of Mt. Vernon on US 25 The above pictures were given to Pete my Bobby  Harper in New Mexico.  #3
By Stanley Cook
T. R. Mullins School from 1943
Row 1
Elsie Cummins, Dickie Mullins, Bennie Cummins, Garland Cummins, Anna Belle Cummins, Bobby Mullins 
Row 2
Josephine Mink, Patsy Mullins, Joyce Mullins, Jean French, Rissie French, Betty Jean Cummins, Fannie Mink
Row 3
Willie French, Milford Shepherd, Emma Lee Mink, Anita Faye Mullins, Vivian Cummins, Leahina, Mullins, Marie Shepherd (almost hidden), Pauline Mullins (teacher)     
#4
By Stanley Cook
Mullins Station near Livingston, KY   #5
By Evette(Liz) Tipton
Historical moment in Livingston as the Olympic torch was making its way across the country.   #6
By Charlie Napier
When Charlie began his career in 1971.  Had to throw this in for this special group of children who taught me about as much as I taught them.  #7
Ann Lair Henderson
This picture comes from Ann Lair Henderson.  Cruise in the Valley Car Show Committee featured this picture on the 2009 dash plaque.   #8
By Shirley Cummins
Picture of Rockcastle Courthouse   #9
By Shirley Cummins
The Original Renfro Valley Lodge   #10
By Shirley Cummins
Boy, did the 1950's spruce things up with color pictures.  Another look at the Lodge.    #11
By Shirley Cummins
Brown Memorial School in Mt. Vernon around 1908.   #12
By Shirley Cummins
Old People's Bank in Mt. Vernon #13
By Shirley Cummins
Langdon Memorial School around 1922  # 14
By Shirley Cummins
Old Mt. Vernon High School  #15
By Shirley Cummins
Old Gregory Motel   #16
By Shirley Cummins
Log Cabin Camp in Brodhead. on US 150.  #17
By Shirley Cummins
Mt. Vernon Bargain Store.  #18
By Shirley Cummins
Mullins Station Covered Bridge   #19
By kenrocky.com
Rockcastle is well known for it wild river and canoeing.  The River through Livingston in the Southern tip of the county.  #20
By kenrocky.com
Mt. Vernon High and Grade  #21
By kenrocky.com
One of our hidden secrets is Anglin Falls near Three Links.   #22
By kenrocky.com
Not Sure where this Railroad Depot.  Brodhead, Mt. Vernon, and Livingston grew around the railroad   #23
 Bykenrocky.com. Brodhead High and Grade School   #24
By kenrocky.com
Brodhead High in the early 1940s  # 25
By kenrocky.com
Conway/Brodhead Road at Conway in the early 1940's  #26
By kenrocky.com
Gouley Mountain Road in the early 1940's   #27
By kenrocky.com
Mr. Lambert-Country Attorney? May be grandfather of Joe Lambert (James  Harrison Lambert) #28
By kenrocky.com
Livingston Gym in 1936  #29
By kenrocky.com
Rockcastle County Official which includes Charles Carter and others in  1938.  #30
By kenrocky.com
Mt. Vernon's first sidewalks in the early 1940's  #31
By Ann Lair Henderson
This is the inside of the Old Country Store in Renfro Valley.  #32
By Ann Lair Henderson
Home of John Lair and of course Ann Lair Henderson.  This was taken in the late 40's .  The old car sitting in this shot helps to document the time.  This picture was used in the Cruise In The Valley Car Show in 2008.  #33
By Ann Lair Henderson
This is a pictures that dates some of the very first entertainers on the Renfro Valley Barndance that begin in 1936.  I was fortunate to be hired by John Lair in the early 70's.  I post that picture down the road apiece.  #34
By Ann Lair Henderson
This is Slim Miller and the Terre Houte Boyes.  The oxen sure takes you back in time here.    #35
Myrna Childress

Baptizing in Renfro Creek around 1948.  Bro. Eugene Bradley was the minister he was preaching at Oak Hill Baptist Church, now called Mt. Zion Baptist, at the time of the baptizing.  #36

Myrna Childress

This is the Whit Boyd house on what is now highway 1505 where Floyd Gabbards house is.  The picture was taken in the 1920’s.  It was considered one of the nicest houses around at the time.  It even had a parlor.  #37

Myrna Childress
In honor of Brodhead Old Fashioned Days, 1975. Left to right, Joan Cash, Dora Cox, Ila Wade Lambert Taylor, Patricia (Patsy) Fletcher and Charles Fletcher.  Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher ran Fletchers grocery located on main st in Brodhead.  Ms. Cash and her husband ran Cash’s Hardware also in Brodhead.  #38
Myrna Childress
This is the Hiatt post office which later became the home of Mr. and Mrs. Givens Lear.  It is still being used as a home today.  #39
Myrna Childress

This is a postcard dated 1966.  It is the Harry Chasteen place which used to set where the lake is now.  Mr.Chasteen is on the porch.  The bottom is of a horse farm prob. In Lexington.  #40

Myrna Childress

This is Oak Hill School taken around 1927. 

Pictured are Curt Frith, Floyd Jones, Walter Adams, Thomas (Nosey) Berry, Joe Lunsford, Dale Howard, Everett Brock, Hobart Harris and Monroe Abney

Second Row: Dorothy Adams, Evelyn Howard, Georgia Lewis, ??, Almeda Halcomb, Mary Adams, Mildred Moore, Josie Thomas, Deloris  Brock, Robert Lear.

Third Row: Warren Lakes, Lucy Rigsby, Edna Hayes, Gladys Berry, ??, Irene Lunsford, Stella Lear, Hortense Lear, ??, and Selma Ramsey

Fourth Row: Bill Jones, Virgil Brock, Mabel Lear, Cecil Boyd, William (Chub) Adams, Suda Hampton, Ida Ruth Thomas, Edna Adams, America Abney, and Opal Frith

Fifth Row: ? Allen, Mildred Frith, Olin Brock, Ford Crawford, Vernon Moore, ??, Beatrice Ramsey, ? Brock, Clare Ramsey,

Standing in door: ?? Allen, Lucille Harris Parkerson, Teacher, and Ruth Parsons  #41

Myrna Childress
This is Matilda Frith Brooks standing in front of the “Dinner” car of a train in Brodhead probably in the mid 1920’s. All trains had a car that had a kitchen to feed the railroad workers.  #42
Country Charlie Napier
WRVK WENT ON THE AIR IN 1957.  WE JUST CELEBRATED A WAYS BACK OUR 50TH  BIRTHDAY.  WRVK WAS LOCATED DOWN IN RENFRO VALLEY.(TAKEN FROM OUR OFFICAL WRVK WEBSITE) These studios had previously been used by WHAS radio from Louisville, Kentucky, for the CBS Radio Network broadcasts which originated from Renfro Valley in the 1940s and '50s. As WHAS and CBS were leaving the Valley, it was decided to utilize the existing broadcasting studio to house a new 500-watt radio station to serve the local area. Renfro Valley founder Mr. John Lair and partner Tom Hargis were the original owners of WRVK when it first went on the air in 1957.  The original WRVK transmitter tower was located across Renfro Creek, at the modern day location of Renfro Valley Entertainment Center's 2007 RV Park expansion.   VISIT US AT   www.wrvk1460.com
  #43
Country Charlie Napier
OLD JOE CLARK WAS ONE ON THE VERY FIRST DEE JAYS TO OPEN UP WRVK TO THE AIRWAVES.  JOE WAS A FUNNY ON THE RADIO AS HE WAS ON THE THE BARNDANCE.  I REMEMBER SOME OF HIS LIVE COMMERICAL ABOUT ONION HEAD JACK OWENS WHO OPERATED A GROCERY STORE, OR CALAB SOWDER LOCATED IN THE TATER PATCH.  THERE'S A MONUMENT TO OLD CLARK IN DOWNTOWN RENFRO VALLEY.  I HAD THE GREAT PLEASURE OF SPENDING A GOOD PART OF MY CAREER WORKING WITH OLD JOE AND HIS SON TERRY ON THE BARN DANCE.    #44
Country Charlie Napier
SEEN HERE ARE A THREE DEE JAYS AND BARN DANCERS.  PETE STAMPER CAME RIGHT ABOUT THE TIME OLD JOE WENT ON THE AIR.  AL BALLINGER CAME A BIT LATER.  I WAS BROUGHT ON THE AIR BY PETE STAMPER IN VERY EARLY 1970.  CURRENTLY PETE AND I STILL WORK ON THE STATION.  OUR CURRENT FORMAT WOULD FIT RIGHT INTO WHERE WE BEGAN IN 1957.  WE PLAY ALL OLD CLASSIC MUSIC.  OUR CURRENT FORMAT IS VERY POPULAR WITH OUR LISTENING AUDIENCE.    #45
Country Charlie Napier
HAVING STARTED MY TEACHING CAREER ABOUT THE TIME I GOT INTO RADIO, I QUICKLY FOUND A WAY TO USE THE RADIO AS PART OF A TEACHINING TOOL THAT STUDENTS LIKE JAMIE COX SEEN HERE WOULD NEVER FORGET.  ALSO IN MY HAND WAS THE OLD FOUR TRACK CART THAT WE HAD TO DO COMMERICALS ON.  THEY WERE GREAT UNTIL ONE STARTED BEING CHEWED UP BY THE TAPE PLAYING CART MACHINES.   #46
Country Charlie Napier
AS WE CONTINUE OUR JOURNEY THE MEDIA WAS VERY CRITICAL TO GET THE NEWS OUT THAT WE NEEDED TOO.  THIS PICTURE SHOWS WHAT WE CALLED IN EARLY 1970S AS THE AP OR ASSOCIATED PRESS MACHINE.  IT WAS SPITTING OUT NEWS 24 HRS A DAY.  IT WAS A PAIN TO READ THROUGH IT AND SELECT STORIES THAT MIGHT BE OF INTEREST TO ROCKCASTLE COUNTIANS.    #47
Larry Burdette
Many broadcasters shared the microphone at WRVK.  Here is Larry Burdette in 1966.  Larry went on to own WRVK for several years.   #48
Larry Burdette
This picture was taken during WRVK 40th anniversary.  Seen with Larry Burdette is Old Joe Clark and Pete Stamper.   #49
Zade Mc Clure
Zade was telling me about chaps, and I had never seen them.  Seen wearing them in the pictures on the left is his father, Johnny McClure and his Uncle Joe Mc Clure.  Really enjoyed our visit with Zade.  #50
Charlie Napier
While visiting with Zade, he was telling me about hog killing time and a smokehouse.  Well this tell a little about my age too.  We too had a smokehouse.  The other small building to the left was the chicken house where we gathered fresh eggs daily.  My sister Amanda shot this picture after we left our homeplace on Doug Hill.  I guess we'll just call this picture "SMOKEHOUSE".  #51
Charlie Napier
The year would have been around 1959.  This was the class picture of the 4th grade taught by Mrs. Virgina Saylor.  Look how nice we are....!!!!!  #52
ICE AGE
After 200 years, today's date proves that global warming isn't taking place.  History  in the present.  This was shot on the 461 Bypass.  #53
Rockcastle Library.
This was a shot from atop  a hill of Mt. Vernon in 1910.  #54
Rockcastle Library
 
Newcomb Hotel  Owned by Milton Perkins Newcomb, stood where The Mt. Vernon Signal office now stands.  # 55
Rockcastle Library
Church Street in Mt. Vernon.  #56
Brodhead Farm Equip.
WISH ME LUCK HERE....WHEAT OR WHAT?  #57
Brodhead Farm Equip
This piece of equipment was a lifesaver, back THEN!  #58
Brodhead Farm Equip.
Check out to see what you know, what you used, or just curious about.  #59
Brodhead Farm Equip.
Get your pen and pencils out...Name four things here.  #60
Brodhead Farm Equip.
My dad loved Prince Albert......Can you name three other things here?  # 61
Brodhead Farm Equip.
Lunch Pails for school was often found with the use of this product.  #62
Brodhead Farm Equip
Danny said he used this, but I'm not sure he knows what it is.  Can you help him?  #63
Brodhead Farm Equip.
Pulling corn off the cobb became alot easier with this product.  #64
Brodhead Farm Supply
Products with many uses.  #65
Brodhead Farm Equip.
Here's a plug for CLABBER GIRL...ALL OF THE ABOVE BRODHEAD FARM EQUIP SHOTS AND MORE CAN BE SEEN IN THE STORE.  NO CHARGE FOR THE INFORMATION THAT GOES WITH THEM.  #66
Cecil Houk
Fort Sequoyah near Livingston  #67
Cecil Houk
Renfro Valley Fairgrounds  #68
Cecil Houk
Scenic View Motel in Mt. Vernon  # 69
Irvin McDowell House-Richmond
This type of gun was used across Kentucky including Rockcastle County.  This collection was in the Irvin Mc Dowell House In Richmond, KY.  #70
Irvin McDowell House-Richmond
Dough Roller.  We had the old wooden one and Mom could make the best biscuits around.  #71
David Collins
David Collins has this grinder in his office at Brodhead Pharmacy.  This one had a seat and peddles.  This stone was essential in keeping tools and utensils sharp.  #72
Virgina Nunn
This picture of Doc's Pond just out of Brodhead brings back thousands of memories.  This pond built before I was born, however, as time passed I spent many hours fishing here.  It was a favorite spot as I grew up.   # 73
Virgina Nunn
Dr. W.E. McWilliams 1881-1959 and Dr. George Payne 1891-1959  # 74
Virgina Nunn
Close up shot of the Doc Payne place located in the curve just out of Brodhead.  Virgina Nunn and Lou Payne can be seen in this photo.  #75
Virgina Nunn
Photo shot in 1989.  Mrs. Elizabeth Mullins was pinning a corsage on Lou Payne who had turned 97 years old.  Mrs. Lou Payne was my first grade teacher who loved me and helped me get going in school.  Her soft loving voice rings loudly in my life today.  #76
Virgina Nunn
The faculty at Brodhead High School in 1956-1957.  Several would be my future teachers.  #77
Martha Cox
This is a picture from 1976 of Jennifer Cox , now Jennifer Mattingly.  Jennifer was a wonderful child who wanted my job, even as a fifth grader, as DJ.  She was very comfortable at the radio controls.  Jennifer is currently Principal of Rockcastle County High School doing an outstanding job.    #78
Charlie Napier
This picture is one of the last one room school's to close it's door around 1972/1973.  This is Johnetta School located in Brush Creek, KY.  Charlie Napier was the last teacher to teach there.  It also was his first year in a teaching position.    #79
Allison Cash Reynolds
THE NEXT 30 PICTURES OR SO WAS GATHERED BY ALLISON CASH REYNOLDS.  THANKS ALLISON FOR SHARING THE PICTURES AND ALL THIS HISTORY. 
BRODHEAD CHRISTIAN CHURCH  #80
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD CITY SIGN   #81
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD DAM  #82
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD DEPOT  #83
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD FIRE DEPARTMENT #84.....ALLISON DAD WAS FIRE CHIEF THERE LATER IN HISTORY.
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL  # 85
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD METHODIST CHURCH  #86
Allison Cash Reynolds
STREETS OF BRODHEAD IN 1941  # 87
Allison Cash Reynolds
STREETS OF BRODHEAD IN 40'S  #88
Allison Cash Reynolds
STREETS OF BRODHEAD IN 40'S  #89
Allison Cash Reynolds
STREETS OF BRODHEAD IN 40'S  #90
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE # 91
Allison Cash Reynolds
1951 MARRIAGE OF CHARLES AND PATSY FLETCHER  #92
Allison Cash Reynolds
CLARK'S CAFE # 93
Allison Cash Reynolds
DAN GRAY DRUG STORE  #94
Allison Cash Reynolds
DIXS POINT  # 95
Allison Cash Reynolds
DIXS POINT CAMP IN THE LATE 30'S  #96
Allison Cash Reynolds
LOCAL DOCTOR (DOC MC WILLIAMS AND WIFE)  #97
Allison Cash Reynolds
EARL MULLINS' 5 & 10 STORE...BOY DO I REMEMBER THIS STORE WHEN I WAS BUT A BOY...#98
Allison Cash Reynolds
FRITH'S CAFE  #99
Allison Cash Reynolds
GRAY CHEMICAL LAB....DIDN'T KNOW THIS...#100
Allison Cash Reynolds
HOW ABOUT GRAY'S FOOT CARE PACKAGE......!!!!  #101
Allison Cash Reynolds
GRAY'S MOVIE THEATRE...I REMEMBER GOING TO A COUPLE MOVIES HERE...THAT WAS A TREAT BACK WHEN...#102
Allison Cash Reynolds
LASWELL'S MILLING  #103
Allison Cash Reynolds
LOG CABIN CAMP..#104
Allison Cash Reynolds
MASONIC LODGE AND OLD BRODHEAD BAPTIST CHRUCH..#105
Allison Cash Reynolds
NEW BRODHEAD BAPTIST CHRUCH IN 1928...#106
Allison Cash Reynolds
BRODHEAD HIGH SCHOOL...#107
Allison Cash Reynolds
OLD CITIZEN'S BANK  #108
Allison Cash Reynolds
GRAND STAND AT THE LITTLE WORLD'S FAIRGROUND  #109
Allison Cash Reynolds
SAM HOSKINS' SERVICE STATIION..40'S  #110
Allison Cash Reynolds
STORE AND DOC MC WILLIAM'S OFFICE ABOVE..#111
Allison Cash Reynolds
THIS PICTURE REALLY TOOK ME BACK WHEN I WAS ABOUT 10 YEARS OLD...TONY LASWELL WAS OUR LOCAL BARBER.  HE GAVE ME THOSE BUTCH HAIR CUTS.  #112
Laura Durham
THE NEXT FEW FRAMES COMES FROM LAURA DURHAM.  SEEN HERE IS H. LEE DURHAM WITH LOCAL YOUNG MAN AND NOW , LONG TIME EDUCATOR, GERALD ALEXANDER.  H. LEE WAS COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT FOR MANY YEARS IN THE COUNTY.  113
Laura Durham
SEEN HERE IS ANN MARTIN, JOHN LAIR, BILL NORTON, AND WAYNE STEWART.  #114
Laura Durham
SEEN HERE IS BILL LAWRENCE WHO WAS A LOCAL DAIRY FARMER AT THAT TIME IN HISTORY.  # 115
Laura Durham
BEGINNING OF CAMP FELTER.  #116
Laura Durham
DAIRY DAY 1975  #  117
Laura Durham
SEEN HERE IS FRANCIS BRUMMETT LOCAL FARMER AND LATER ORCHARD OWNER...  #118
Laura Durham
W. D. WILSON, ROY BROWN AND JOHN LAIR  # 119
Laura Durham
DAIRY MONTH , 1973..DO YOU RECOGNIZE ANYONE?  #  120
Laura Durham
MT. VERNON BROWNIES.  # 121
Laura Durham
DIARY PARADE.  #122
Laura Durham
FOUND THIS PICTURE OF MY OLD BUDDY PETE STAMPER...  #123
Laura Durham
QUAIL QUAKERS  # 124
Laura Durham
DAIRY FARMING WAS A MAJOR WAY OF LIFE IN THE 70'S  #125
Laura Durham
JUNE WAS DAIRY MONTH AND A COMMITTEE ALWAYS SELECTED A DAIRY PRINCESS  #126
Laura Durham
I'LL BE SOMEONE WILL KNOW WHO THESE LITTLE LADIES ARE.  #127
Laura Durham
BILLY AND DORTHY LAWRENCE WERE NAMED DAIRY FARMERS OF THE YEAR IN 1976.       # 128
Kim McFerron

 The man in front of the train is my Grandfather Robert Cecil Burdine when he retired from the RR after 34 years of Service with the L & N Railroad in 1977 Foreground, the Engineer for the London Switching Crew, the other members of the crew in the background are, Left to Right, A.J. Martin, Brakeman, Shellie Clark, Flagman and J.C. Jeffrey, Conductor.   #129     

Kim McFerron
Eight Gables Motel was very popular place to stay back in a day.  Livingston was booming.  #130
Kim McFerron
However, all good things must come to an end.  Here they are taking Eight Gables down.  #131
Kim McFerron

This was the 1st service Station that Jackie Burdine own,  it is the one on the left hand side of Livingston on the South end just down from the Livingston Apts. Someone came around the curve to fast and went through the window.   #132

Kim McFerron

White Star in the Early 50's I don't know who the 1st 3 guys are but that 4th one on the Right is Bobby Burdine.

Kim McFerron
Down on mainstreet in Livingston.  #133
Kim McFerron
According to the News paper of 1974 “Old Mill Possibly Sigmond Cave Mill Near Roundstone.  #134
Kim McFerron

Newspaper of 1974  “Citizens Bank Mr. R.C. Anderson Stated this was about 1912”   #135

Kim McFerron

May 1979 Newspaper “ Robo’s Car Wash Celebrates First Anniversary.   #136

Kim McFerron
April 11, 1974 Newspaper  Tornado that hit  “Shown in the above photo is what is left of the Carpenter Trailer on Trace Branch after is was struck by the tornado which tore through the Southeastern section of Rockcastle County las Wednesday Night.  Mrs. Ben Carpenter, 61, was killed instantly when the trailer blew apart and six other occupants of the trailer were injured, one seriously.  The Carpenter family’s home, frame building in background of photo, had been destroyed by fire not too long ago and they had moved into a trailer adjacent to the house.  Mrs. Carpenter’s husband, who was recuperating from a heart attack at the time the tornado struck, suffered another heart attack after being taken to the local hospital.    #137
Kim Wilson
Livingston at one point in history was a round table turning Point for the L & N Railroad.   #138
World Equesterian Games
This is a piece of current history that most likely want be repeated here in Kentucky for many a year.  Local artist, Troy Hansel, local Rockcastle painter fixed up a horse for a sign that will appear for 10 of thousands of people to see coming up I 75.  I had him on a radio broadcast and loved his art book he brought along.  I will post some more of his pictures if he is willing..










   
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