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Picture 1: First United Methodist Church

Picture 2: First Methodist Church has gone through a number of developmental phases. There was a long period before the Civil War when the congregation was not "Churched" and met in open field, court…

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Picture 1: Wesley and Cherub Choirs, 1963 or 1964

Picture 2: Easter 1963 or 1964 - Chancel, Rhythmic and Wesley Choirs.
Back row: Ernest Hopkins, Arthur Haywood, Johnny Spurlock, Chabner Frazier, Bill Fannin, Philip Haywood, Bill Frazier, Bob…

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First United Methodist Church of Prestonsburg was among the first to operate an organized kindergarten as a part of its service program. It was taught by Ms. Mable Lemaster.

Sesquicentennial.pdf
Written by Henry Preston Scalf. Includes essays concerning the history of Floyd County, photograph reproductions, tributes, and advertisements.

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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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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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Picture 1: Kathryn as a young girl on her pony on the Stumbo Farm at McDowell. Circa 1920.

Picture 2: Kathyrn playing the organ at First United Methodist Church of Prestonsburg, something she did for more than fifty years, as well as teach music…

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The May Day Parade and Festival were big doings in Prestonsburg during the 1950s and early 1960s. These photographs belonged to Kathryn Frazier.

Picture 1: 1951 May Day Queen and her court

Picture 2: May Day participants on the Prestonsburg…
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