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Brandy's Kitchen Main Street

Brandy's Kitchen Main Street

Good Old Jot-em-Down Country Store.  Lexington KY.  Proprietor: Robert Terrell II (Robey)

Good Old Jot-em-Down Country Store.

Old Appalachian | Old Stone Inn, Ellisville, KY.jpg Build by James Ellis, my family bought it in 1815 (James McClanahan) and lived there till around 1950's.  Still standing but in very bad condition.

KENTUCKY ~ The back roads of this state have many stories to tell. This was once an old stone inn, which was a stagecoach stop on the Maysville-Lexington Turnpike. It was operated by Revolutionary War soldier, James Ellis.

The Kentucky Theater  Lexington, Kentucky ~ This could be in any town in the 50's and 60's.  They don't make buildings like this anymore.

The Kentucky Theater Lexington, Kentucky - one of my favorite theaters I've ever been to.

Hughes & Company Ice Cream - Lexington, Ky  www.501high.com

Hughes & Company Ice Cream - Lexington, Ky www.501high.com

The Ice Cream truck~ loved it! The owner of our Mr Softee truck lived up the street from us!

Phoenix Hotel, E. Main St., Lexington, KY, was established in the 1820s & became a prominent landmark as well as the oldest hostelry by succession in the area. The site that would become the Phoenix originally housed Postlethwaite's Tavern, which was constructed in 1800. Several name changes occurred between 1800 and 1820, one of which was to Wilson's Tavern, which was visited by Col. Aaron Burr in 1806. After several reincarnations, the building was demolished in 1987 & replaced by Phoenix…

Phoenix Hotel, E. Main St., Lexington, KY, was established in the 1820s & became a prominent landmark as well as the oldest hostelry by succession in the area. The site that would become the Phoenix originally housed Postlethwaite's Tavern, which was constructed in 1800. Several name changes occurred between 1800 and 1820, one of which was to Wilson's Tavern, which was visited by Col. Aaron Burr in 1806. After several reincarnations, the building was demolished in 1987 & replaced by Phoenix…

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1970's..Burger Chef

Burger Chef Restaurants began in Indianapolis IN in franchised in 1958 and operated until the sale to General Foods of New York in operated as Burger Chef until sale to Hardee's in

The old Strand Theater on Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky

The old Strand Theater on Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky

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