The Bullitt County History Museum

History Museum Picture Album - Set 15

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These albums contain the images that we have displayed on the site at earlier times. Click on the picture to see a larger image and/or leave us a comment about the picture. Use the links below to travel to the album pages.

Pic 9019: Detail plat map showing names: Bell, Gillian, Fitzhugh, Tomlinson, Head, Newbolt, Woodger, Thompson, Deal. See also photo # 9018.

Pic 9035: School group photo. Some markings or initials on photo.

Pic 9036: Old Bullitt County Fairgrounds in Shepherdsville. Was located on Highway 61 north of Highway 44, near where U.S. Post office stands in 2006.

Pic 9037: School group photo on columned porch.

Pic 9038: School group photo.

Pic 9041: A Womanless Wedding 1927 cast photo in Shepherdsville at old Masonic Hall located 44 and 61. Play bill included.

Pic 9042: Man standing at old soda fountain in store. Signs include Nehi, Lucky Strike, Coca Cola, political ads, calendar that might say 1927.

Pic 9044: Horse drawn buggy. Two people in buggy said to be George Buckman and Russell Henderson.

Pic 9045: Greenbriar School: 1st row - Claudie Alcorn, Edward Alcorn, not known, Earl Bass, Raymond Stallings, E. K. Bleemel, Birdie Bass, not known, Leo Bleemel, Walter Kirk Harris, Dexter Moore, Hubert Armstrong, Clarence Douglas, Jack Owens, Willie R. Harris, Myron Armstrong, Frank Edward Lyons, Freedie Bleemel, George Maddox, not known, Walter Lee Owens, Arson Moore, not known, Robert Owens, Edward Owens, Floyd Lewis. 2nd row - not known, Angeline Alcorn, not known, Catherine Taylor, not known, Ruth Peacock, Lucille Maddox, Margaret Taylor, Carrie M. Taylor, Bernice Owens, Elsie Owens, Ina Fern Gentry, Para Lee Buffin, Ruby Buffin, Francis Buffin, Maybelle Harris, Hallie Harris, Francis Simmons, Ivy Simmons, Ada Simmons, Elizabeth Stallings, Mary Anna Harris, Leola Owens, Marvin Curtsinger. 3rd row - Ora Lee Lewis, Nora Owens, Ina Armstrong, Carrie Melton, Stella Simmons (teacher), Lewis Curtsinger, Morgan Wheeler, Dink Owens (trustee), Frank Bleemel, Ted Owens, Ernest Wheeler, Floyd Stallings, Eddie Schweckendleck, Margie Lewis, Fannie Peacock, Erna Schweckendleck, and Evelyn Lyons. Names listed in Wilderness Road, Volume 3, Number 4, June 1991.

Pic 9046: L&N Railroad bridge at Shephersdville. Looking south from town.

Pic 9047: Newspaper clipping with photo and text. 1902-1911 Shepherdsville First Baptist Church. Deacons and officers of the church are shown: (back row) D.M. Fulkerson, S.B. Stephens, Ora L. Roby, H.H. Glenn, William Thomas Lee, James. F. Collings, John Henry 'Jack' Sanders; (front row) Asa Davis, A.S. Nelson, W.B. Phelps, Lon Lee, Ed Weller, Riley Weller and Cleve Masden. Sam P. Martin was then pastor.

Pic 9048: G. A. Coronation ceremony at First Baptist Church of Shepherdsville.

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The Bullitt County History Museum, a service of the Bullitt County Genealogical Society, is located in the county courthouse at 300 South Buckman Street (Highway 61) in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. The museum, along with its research room, is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday. Admission is free. The museum, as part of the Bullitt County Genealogical Society, is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization and is classified as a 509(a)2 public charity. Contributions and bequests are deductible under section 2055, 2106, or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code.