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Ohio County, Kentucky History: Railroad Depot - Fordsville. Found on the Register for Historic Places, the Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis Railroad Depot at Fordsville was built in 1916.

May 1916, Elizabethtown vicinity, Kentucky. The day's work of Estelle and Felix Humphrey. Lewis Wickes Hine LC-DIG-nclc-00410 http://www.loc.gov #American #History #Kentucky

May 1916, Elizabethtown [vicinity], Kentucky. William, Anna Belle and Garland Carter. Lewis Wickes Hine LC-DIG-nclc-00417 http://www.loc.gov #American #History #Kentucky

African American School in Henderson KY, 1916 Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were. Follow Us On Twitter @blackhistoryalb

The University of Kentucky Sesquicentennial Series remembers the university's Golden Jubilee held in October of 1916. Among the festivities scheduled in celebration of the institution was a parade. The juniors, seen here, won the parade competition featuring major moments in the school's history including the year women were first admitted. Photo courtesy of UK Special Collections.

Aerial view of the University of Kentucky campus, 1945-1946. Avenue of Champions runs left to right near the bottom of the photograph with Stoll Field and McLean Stadium, center, lower left. It was the home of the University of Kentucky Wildcats football team. The field hasd been in use since 1880, but the concrete stands were opened in October 1916, and closed following the 1972 season, and was replaced by Commonwealth Stadium. This was taken prior to Memorial Coliseum which was built in…