Bullitt County History

Eckstein Norton Institute Newspaper Articles

Recent research has uncovered the following newspaper articles related to the Eckstein Norton University (or Institute as it was also called). Additional information about this school is available on another page.

Courier-Journal, 20 Nov 1904

Courier-Journal, 9 Jun 1906

Courier-Journal, 25 Nov 1909

Courier-Journal, 21 May 1905

Courier-Journal, 12 May 1907

Courier-Journal, 21 Apr 1909

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