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This 1916 news clipping is from the scrapbook of Penny Fields, from the archives of the First United Methodist Church. It is a record of the pledges offered by businessmen toward the building of First United Methodist Church's original Sanctuary.

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This news clipping is from the Courier Journal. It describes the public offices held by the Hill family (prior to Ed Hill becaming Chief Apellate Judge).

First United Methodist Church Stained Glass Windows
Item 1: Stained Glass Windows - When the contracts were let for First Methodist of Prestonsburg (then the Methodist Episcopal Church, South) the pewage and windows were exempted from the contracts. The Church's building committee contracted with a…

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A letter from Floyd Davis written to his family while he was a soldier in Europe. Though he was not well educated, the content of the letter shows the clarity of his mind and thought. His handwriting was normally much worse, suggesting he was in a…

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Program, photographs, and newspaper clippings concerning the dedication of Highlands Regional Medical Center on November 26, 1972.

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Item 1: First Annual Kentucky Highlands Folk Festival Program on June 24-26, 1966.

Item 2: News clipping from May 25, 1974 concerning the representation of the Kentucky Highlands Folk Festival at a Kentucky Bicentennial Events Celebration in…

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This news clipping is from the May 26, 1955 issue of the Floyd County Times.

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Items 1-2: Shave Permit and Cosmetic Permit. Participants were required to pay $1 for a permit to shave or wear makeup in the county.

Item 3: Newspaper clipping from the July 5, 1950 Courier-Journal.
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