Bullitt County History

Scenes from 1912 Bullitt County Fair

These pictures from the Bullitt County Fair were printed in The Courier-Journal on 23 Aug 1912.

1 - Girls' Domestic Science Club - Seated (Left to Right) -
Fay Magruder, Margaret Combs, Aldine Barrell, Phyllis Bailey, Alice Pope.
Standing (Left to Right) - Mary K. Ball, Elmira Brooks and Katherine Melton.

2 - Officials of the Bullitt County Fair Association - Sitting (Left to Right) -
John Gaban, Dr. Ridgeway, President Richard Wathen, Judge Kirby, J. F. Collins, B. H. Crist.
Standing (Left to Right) - P. H. Quick, William Simmons, Wilson Summers, Ora L. Robey, and E. C. Tyler.

3 - Katherine Melton, winner of prize for best loaf of bread and best layer cake.

4 - We won a prize.

5 - Members of the Boys' Corn Club - Sitting (Left to Right) -
Louis Harmon, Lloyd Weller, Howard Hardin, Norman Bridwell, and Theodore Combs.
Standing - Kenneth Magruder, John Ash, Neal Brooks, and James Pope.

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