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Full text of "Press reference book of prominent Kentuckians; contains portraits and biographical sketches of men prominent ... in the state of Kentucky; also pictures of state, municipal and other buildings .."

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PORTRAITS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF MEN 
PROMINENT IN POLITICAL, PROFESSIONAL, 
MANUFACTURING, FINANCIAL, COM- 
MERCIAL, CLUB, SOCIAL AND 
PHILANTHROPIC ACTIVITY 
IN THE STATE OF 
KENTUCKY 



PICTURES OF STATE, MUNICIPAL AND OTHER 

BUILDINGS, MANUFACTURING AND 

COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, 

RESIDENCES, ETC., 

DESCRIPTIVE 

AH,/ :. : 

A READY UTILITY FOR THE NEWSPAPER 
WRITER, ILLUSTRATOR, LIBRARIAN, AND 
FOR GENERAL REFERENCE 

Editor-in-Chief 

COLONEL BEN. LaBREE 
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Author of the "Pictorial Battles of the Civil War." "Confed- 
erate Soldier in the Civil War," "Campfires." "Official War 
Records." "Kentucky Eloquence. Past and Present." "Notable 
Men of Kentucky." "Notable Men of Cincinnati." etc.. etc. 



1916 



Publishers 
THE STANDARD PRINTING COMPANY 

Incorporated 
Louisville. Kentucky 



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INTRODUCTION 



THE leading newspapers of the United States, editors, illustrators, sketch 
writers, librarians, statisticians and historians often have use for and have 
demanded photographs and data concerning Kentuckians who have attained 
prominence in the many vocations. To supply them in a form that will be 
immediately available, we decided to publish this PRESS REFERENCE BOOK OF 
PROMINENT KENTUCKIANS. We have, we feel assured, presented within these 
pages the portraits of a great number of the men who have made their mark in Ken- 
tucky's professional, political, manufacturing, financial, commercial and social life. It brings 
together at one view the faces of so many who are worthy representatives of their fellowmen. 
In no way can such a comprehensive and pleasurable view of them, their just fame, their 
virtues, executive ability and accomplishments be obtained, except in a work like this. 

No expense or labor has been spared to make the work a creditable one. The print- 
ing of a book like this, aside from the great amount of labor bestowed in the collection of 
its subjects and their arrangement, is a notable undertaking for any publishing house. The 
press work must be first-class and accurate, and most perfect register and impression are 
absolutely necessary to bring out the artistic features, hence only the finest and most per- 
fect presses must be used. 

The printing, composition and arrangement was done by the STANDARD PRINTING 
COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. The style of its execution speaks for itself, and will bear the 
inspection of the most critical connoisseur on the art of book-making. 

In addition to being in the homes and offices of those whose portraits and biographies 
are in the book, and in the possession of the leading newspapers of the United States, it 
will be sent to the most prominent libraries and clubs in the country, thus giving it a social 
interest in addition to its usefulness as a reference book, and of value as a compendium of 
the men now leaders in Kentucky affairs, and one that all subscribers will preserve for 
themselves and families. 

The Editor and publishers take this method of acknowledging their indebtedness 
to the public-spirited citizens of the Commonwealth, and to Standiford, Steffen and 
Cusick, the leading Photographers of the State for their valuable aid and hearty co-operation 

in the publishing of this book. 

THE EDITOR. 




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AUGUSTUS OWSLEY STANLEY, 
Governor. 

Horn in Shelbyville. Ky., May 2\, 1867, son of Rev. William ami Amanda ( ( >\\>,U-y ) Stanley ; A.M. (.'entre College, Dan- 
ville, Ky., 1889. Man-inl Sue Soaker, of Henderson. Ky.. April 29, 1903. Admitted to bar 1894 ; in practice at Henderson, 
Ky., since 1898. Presidential elector, 1900. Member Fifty-eighth to Sixty- third Congress (1903-1915), Second Kentucky dis- 
trict. Elected Governor of Kentucky, November, 1915. Democrat. Address, Executive Mansion, Frankfort, Ky. 




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JAMES DIXON BLACK. 
Lieutenant Governor. 

Horn in Knox county, Ky.. in 1 S55. son of John C. and Clarissa ( Jones ) lilac k. Kducatcd at < Ireenvilte ami Tiisriihiiii ( 'nllcg-c. 
Tennessee, conducted under the auspices of the Presbyterian church. Attorney-at-Iaw. Represented Knox and Wlni Iry c< unities in 

the Legislature ; Superintendent of Common Schools of Knox county ; Commissioner to World's Fair in 1S93 ; President <f I 'nii.n i >] 

le^e at Barbourville, Ky., for two years ; elected Lieutenant Governor November 2, 1915. Married Mary Janet t Pit/er in 1S75. 

Three children, Pitzer Oixon I Mark, ( iertrude Hlack and Cieorgia Black Owens. TTome address, llai lunu ville, Ky. 



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JAMES FRANKLIN BELL. 
Major-General United States Army. 

I'.'Mii in Slu II. \ -villi-. Ky.. January ]. 1856, soil of John Wilson and Sarali Margaret Venaldc (Allen) 
Hell. Graduate of I". S. Military Academy. 1878. Married Sarah Buford, of Rock Island. 111.. January 
5. 1881. Additional 2d Lieutenant 9th Cavalry. June 1-1. 1878; 2d Lieutenant. June 28, 1878, and trans- 
ferred to "tli Cavalry, August 9, 1878; 1st Lieutenant, December 29, 1890; Major, Engineers. U. S. V., 
\l;u 17. 1898; Captain U. S. A.. March 2. 1899: Major and Assistant Adjutant-General U. S. V., April 17, 
1899; Colonel 36th Volunteers, Infantry. July 5, 1899; Brigadier-General, Volunteers, December 5, 1899; 
I 'readier-General V. S. A., February 19, 1901 ; Major-General. January 3, 1907. Served on plains in 
7th U. S. Cavalry, 187894: captured band of half-breed Cree Indians near Fort Buford, S. D., 1883; in 
Sioux campaign. Pine Ridge, S. D., 1891 ; Adjutant of Regiment and Secretary Cavalry and Light Artil- 
lery School, 1891-4; Aide to General J. W. Forsyth, California, Arizona and Washington; awarded Con- 
n-s!onal Medal of Honor, November 27, 1899, "for most distinguished gallantry" in action, September 
9, 1&99, near Porac, Luzon, P. I. ; commanded 4th Brigade, 2d Division. 8th Army Corps and 3d District 
Department. X. Luzon, to July, 1900; Provost Marshal-General of Manila, P. I., to February, 1901; 
commanded 1st District Department. X. Luzon, to November. 19111, and 3rd Brigade, Department of S. 
Luzon, to December, 1902; returned \n United States in 1903: commandant of Infantry and Cavalry 
School, Signal School Staff Coll. to April, 1906; Chief of Staff. U. S. A., April. 1906- April, 1910; Com- 
mander Philippines' Division, January, 1911-April. 1914; since Commander 2d Division U. S. A., Texas 
City, Tcxa-. Address: War Department, Washington. D. C. 



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MARVEL MILLS LOGAN. 
Attorney General. 

limn in Edmonson county, Ky., January 7, 1875, son of G. F. and Georgiana 
(Houckin) Logan. Educated, public and private schools and at Leitchfield Academy, 
Leitchfield, Ky. lias been practicing law since he was 21 years old. First As- 
sistant Attorney General, 1912-1916; elected Attorney General of Kentucky, Novem- 
ber :, 1915. Married in 1896, Delia Haydon ; lias four children, Hubert (16), Agnes 
il.il. Leland (10), Hunter (5). Societies: Mason, Knights Templar and Odd Fel- 
low; was Grand Master Odd Fellows, 1915. Residence, Brownsville, Ky. Office, 
State Capitol, Frankfort, Ky. 



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JAMES BENNETT M'CREARY, 
Lawyer and Statesman. 

Born in Madison county, Ky., July S, 1838, son of E. R. and S. B. McCreary. 
Entered Centre College and graduated with A.B. when he was nineteen years old; 
Mndied law at Cumberland University, Tennessee, graduating with the degree LL.B. 
in 1859. In 1860 opened law office at Richmond, Ky. In 1862 joined the Confed- 
erate Army (cavalry) as a private, and later became Captain and Major, and at the 
close of the war was a Lieutenant-Colonel. Member of the Kentucky Legislature, 
1869-73: Governor of Kentucky, 1875-1879 and 1911-1915; member of Congress, 
1884-180-1; United States Senator, 1903-1909; delegate to the Democratic Conven- 
tions of 1868, 1900, 1904, 1908 and 1912. Married Miss Kate Hughes, of Lexington, 
in 1867, and she died October 23, 1908. Residence, Richmond, Ky. 



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THE FIVE KENTUCKY STATE CAPITOLS: 




OLD KENTUCKY STATE CAPITOL AND FORMER STATE OFFICE BUILDING ADJOINING. 



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HENRY WATTERSON. 
Journalist. 



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CHARLES A. SEGNER. 
Managing Editor Louisville Herald 

limn October 17. 1878. in Lafayette, In<l. Son of Jr^t-ph and I>,ildle Van Ulen 
Segner. Educated in public and hi.yh ^rhooU \ I , I ml., and for a short 

period \\.f- student at Purdue University. Ile^aii his new-paper career on Lafayette 
Evening: (/all. and 5( /ed as city editor i" yrar; was also city editor for one- 
year of the Muncie ( Ind. ) Star. R^tnriK-d \<> I af.u i tie as managing editor, I'll. 
("all. l"(r t\vr> years, after which he went to Indianapolis anil served ten years as 
Stale editor, ni^ht editor, and assistant mnna^in.y editor of the Indianapolis St.ir. 
Came to Louisville in 1913, as managing editor. The Herald, succeeding \\ r . K. Mc- 
Kay. Married August 16, 1903. Miss Clara K, VVeyher, daughter of Dr. R. F. \\V-yher. 
professor <>f (ierman at Purdue University. 1 - a member of Louisville l.od^.. ?Co. 
. I I'. ' >. E-, also of the Masonic order. Address : Residence, Xo. 3. C barman t 
Apartments ; ..ftiee, Louisville Herald. Louisville Ky. 



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RICHARD WILSON KNOTT, 
Publisher and Editor. 

Horn in Frankfort, Ky.. September 26. 1S4 1 '. son of KichanI anil Ann Mary 
(Kohcrlsl Knott. Educated in private schools, Louisville, to 1864. In retail dry 
goods business, Louisville. 1864-78. One of live who established the Kvening Post, 
isrs; -old interest in 188(1. (In staff of LouisvilK- Courier-Journal, 1880-9,!. Ownei 
and Editor Louisville Evening Tost since IS'l.i. Conducted II. .me and Farm since 
ISSIl. and (with Gen. I'.asil \V. I hike I conducted Southern Bivouac. 1885-6. Mar- 
ried Jennie A. C.illinoie. of New York. June 18. IS'H. Presbyterian. Home ad 
dress, Woodbourne avenxie. I'.lisiness address. l ; .veniny Post, Louisville, Ky. 



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JOHN H. BUSCHEMEYER, 
Mayor of Louisville, Ky. 

Horn in Louisville, Ky., February 34, 1S69, son of TTenry and Helena Buschemeyer. Graduated from Louisville public 
schools, Male High School, Louisville College of Pharmacy, University of Louisville, Medical Department, and New York Poly- 
clinic. Married I''lo:ence Byrne, daughter of John P. and Catherine Cooper Byrne. Has three children, John Byrne, Charles Henry, 
and William Cooper Buschemeyer. Physician and surgeon. Elected Mayor of Louisville on the Democratic ticket in 1913. Alder- 
man, President Board of Alderman, and Vice-Mayor. Great Representative Great Council, I. O. R. M. Member of Improved Order 
of Red Men and Modern Woodmen of America. Business address, City Hall. Home address, 4314 West Chestnut street, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 






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THE RT. REV. DENNIS O'DONAGHUE, 
Bishop of Louisville, Ky. 

Born in Daviess county, Ind,. November 30, 1848. Educated at St. Meinrad's College, Benedictine Abbey, 
in Spencer county, Ind. ; Sulpician Seminary, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and St. Thomas Seminary, Bardstown, 
Ky. Ordained priest September 6. 1874, by Bishop Maurice de St. Palais, at Indianapolis. Permanent rector of 
St. Patrick's Church, Indianapolis, 1887-1910, and Chancellor of the Diocese, having held this latter position for 
twenty-one years. Consecrated Titular Bishop of Pomario. Auxiliary of Indianapolis, April 25, 1900. He preached 
the funeral sermon of the late Bishop William George McCloskey in Louisville. Appointed by the Holy See 
Bishop of the Diocese of Louisville, February 7, 1910. Since his appointment to the Bishopric, the Catholic 
population has grown greatly and new churches, schools and hospitals have been built. Evidences of his ef- 
ficiency are seen everywhere throughout his jurisdiction. The Episcopal Residence is at Brook and College streets, 
Louisville, Ky. 



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PRESBYTERIAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 




SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, 
Fourth and Broadway. 




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GENERAL HUGHES LENOX SCOTT, 
Brigadier General, Chief of Staff, U. S. Army. 



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Horn Danville, Ky., September 23, 1853, son of Rev. William N. and Mary E. 
(Hodge) Scott, great-great-granddaughter of F.eniamin Franklin. Graduated U. S. 
Military Academy, 1S76. Married Mi-s Mary Merrill, June, 1880. Served in Sioux 
Expedition, 1S76. In charge Geronimo's Band Chiricahua Apaches, 1894-97. On 
duty at Bur. Ethnology Smithsonian Institution, writing work on sign language, 
plains Indians, North America, 1897. Adi. Gen. in Cuba, 1898-1903. Governor Sulu 
Archipelago and Commander military post of Jolo, P. I., 1903-1906. Abolished 
slavery and the slave trade in Sulu Archipelago. Superintendent and Commander 
U. S. Military Academy with rank of Colonel from September 1, 1906. Author 
various monographs and reports relating to plains Indians. Address, West Point, 
N. Y. 



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FRANK DAVIS, 
Insurance. 

Special representative of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Xew York. I'.orn in Lexington, Ky., 
March 22, 1871. son of James \V. and Malinda T. DavN Kducated in tlie public schools of Lexington. Be- 
ginning as a boy he worked his way from the bottom rung of the ladder to the top solely by his talents and 
ability. lie quickly showed the executive capacity which gave him the distinction of being the master of all 
insurance policy forms and contracts. Mr. Davis is one of the most noted insurance men of the South and 
one of the largest producers of insurance in the United States. Resides his connection with the Mutual Life 
he has interests in many enterprises in and out of Louisville. Married Miss Mary A. Loftus, of Green Hay, 
Wis., January Jf>, 1 90*'. M cmlK r of the Hoard of Trade and Clay Lodge, Knights of Pythias. Residence. 
Spring and Cherokee Drive. ( Htice. 425 Paul Jones Building. Louisville, Ky. 



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GEORGE THOMAS SETTLE 
Librarian 



Born Kusscllville, K\.. April _' I . 1*1,5. son of Rev. Henry flay ami Isabella ik.nl Settle. Kducaled in public schools I Iwcnsboro 
.nj Louisville ami Kclhcl t'c.lU-yc. Russellville. Studied law, Married Anna Florence Ilubbuch, of Louisville. April 10, 1913. Head of 




l.mnsulle Literary.. Filson Club of Kentucky, Rotary. Hoard of Trade, Louisville ( onvention and Publicity League, Elk's. Home. l.iSl) 
Uuerhacker Court; address, Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville. 




LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

The Louisville I'ree Public Library was opened for the circulation of books in May. 1905. From tbis dale to . \uKusl 31. 1915. 
the ending o f the eleventh fiscal year, 6,515,966 volumes have been read in the bonus ..f Louisville. The use of the library by teachers, 
students, school children and business men has kept pace \yith the. circulation of books. 



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THEODORE AHRENS, 
Manufacturer. 

Horn September 21, 1859, at Baltimore, Md., son of Theodore and Mary ( Xebel) Ahrens, both of 
whom were born in Germany. Kdu'-.-iU-d in public schools of Louisville and quit school when he was 
thirteen years old, at which time he went to work to learn trade of brass finisher and molder, continuing 
in same until be was twenty-one years of age. when he went into the plumbing business, forming a part- 
ncrsHp as Ahrens. Welkcr \ Ryan, which continued for six years. At the age of twenty-eight he pur- 
chased an interest in the firm of Ahrens & On, of which his father was a member. In January, 1900, 
the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company was m-ganized. of which he was made president, this 
impany absorbing Ahrens & Ott and it- b ranches, in addition to a number of other plants. President 
of the Peoples Provident Loan Association; director Louisvill- Title Company, and president of a num- 
ber of subsidiary companies of the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. Served a term in the 
Louisville City Council. In 1885 he married Elizabeth Pfister. Children: Mrs. E. J. Zinsmeister. Mrs. 
Mildred Howard. Clubs: Pendennis, Duquesne (Pittsburgh) and the Pittsburgh Athletic Club. Resi- 
dence, 1704 Third street, Louisville, Ky. : Annex Hotel, Pittsburgh. Office, 321 West Main street, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

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OSCAR FENLEY, 
Banker. 



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Born in Jefferson county, Ky., June 25, 1855. son of John X. Fenley and Mary Elizabeth (Carr) Fenley. 
His mother was a descendant of the Dorseys, of Maryland. Fenley is one of the oldest families in Kentucky. 
Mr. Funley is the present owner of the land which came into the family's possession through an original grant 
in 1791. Educated in the public schools of Louisville and entered the service of the Citi/ens National Bank in 
1871. Cashier in 1888 and continued in that position until 1896. when he resigned and became vice president of 
the National Bank of Kentucky. One year later (1897) he became president of that bank. He has held that 
position continuously since and recently was chosen a Class A director in the Federal Reserve Bank at St. Louis. 
He is president of the Bourbon Stockyards and the Kentucky Elevator Company; director in the Fidelity and 
Columbia Trust Company and in the Louisville Railway Company, and treasurer of the Louisville Board of 
Trade. The National Hank of Kentucky, of which he is president, was established in 1834. It became a national 
bank in 190(1. There has been no interruption in its busine-s during its career of eighty-one years. Member of 
the Board of Trade, Pendennis and Country Clubs, and the Chess and Whist Club. Married first in 1SS3 to Miss 
Alice R. Short, and second in 1897 to Mary Johnson Woolley. daughter of Col. Robert W. Woolley. Bn-iness 
address National Bank of Kentucky. Home address, 145S South Third street, Louisville, Ky. 

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CHARLES CHRISTOPHER MEN GEL. 
Manufacturer. 



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Born (Gloucester. Kssex county, Mass., October 29, 1856, son of Charles C. and Jane (Potter) Men gel. Edu- 
cated in public schools of Brooklyn, X. V. Removed to Kentucky in 1875 and engaged in the manufacture of 
plug tobacco. In 1S77 became engaged in the manufacture of boxes, later taking up the manufacture of lumber, 
Director and former president Louisville Hoard of Trade. Reorganized and was elected Colonel of First In- 



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, Kentucky State (niard, in summer of 1S9<>, following return of soldiers from Porto Rico. Served during 
ion troubles at Frankfort, 1899-1900, and until regiment was mustered out by Gov. Reckham in summer 1900. 

mer pi esident Pendennis Club. Former member Salmagundi Club. Former member Louisville Board of 

er Works and Louisville Hoard Sinking Fund Commissioners. Director National Bank of Kentucky. Presi- 

any, box manufacturers, and vice president C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co.. mahogany and 
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Mengel Box Company, box manufacturers, and vice president C. C. Mengel & . .. 

>er manufacturers, operations of which extend to \Vest Coasts of Africa. British Honduras and Yucatan, 
Mexico. Married January 12, 1882, to Emily Mason Tiyon, of Louisville, daughter of Capt. Frank Tryon. Has 
five children : Julia Morsell (Mrs. Cuthbert Thompson) ; Jane Putter I Mrs. Arthur D. Allen) ; C. C. Mengel. Jr., 
Emily T. and Frank T. Mengel, all of Louisville. Home address, 1325 South Third street, Louisville, Ky. Busi- 
ness address, Dumesnil street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. 



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PETER LEE ATHERTON, 
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Born in LaKue county, Ky., August 7. 1862, son of John M. and Marie B. (Farnam) Atherton. 
Educated in Louisville public and high schools. In distillery business from 18S3 to 1899, when he sold 
all his interests in that business and since has been engaged in real estate and matters of public concern. 
Chairman Louisville Sewerage Commission, 1906-1912; member State Legislature from Forty-eighth dis- 
Irict, 1912; president Atherton Realty Company; vice prudent Louisville Realty Association; director 
Lincoln Realty Company, Federal Chemical Company, Seelbach Realty Company, Lincoln Savings Bank. 
Is a Good Roads enthusiast and is president of the Jackson Highway Association and the Central Lincoln 
Road Association; president May Musical Festival, 1907. Married to Cornelia Simrall Anderson. Children: 
Sarah Anderson Atherton and Mrs. Kelley Graham. Member Elks. Clubs: Pendennis, Louisville Coun- 
try, River Valley. Chess and Whist, Architects and Engineers and Board of Trade. Home address. Glen- 
view, Ky. Business address, Atherton Building, Louisville, Ky. 



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LOUISVILLE, KY. LOOKINQ NORTH ON FOURTH STREET FROM THE SEELBACH 

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JOSIAH BAKER GATHRIGHT. 
Manufacturer. 

Horn in Oldham county. Ky., December 24, 1838, son of John Redford and Zerelda I. (Baker) Gathright. 
Attended county schools in Oldham county, Louisville city schools and Dr. Moore's school. Graduate of As- 
bury-DePauw and University of Michigan, and had first honor of class and received A. M. degree. Began study 
of law in 1850. In the Civil War commanded company of cavalry under Gen. Morgan. Was for a time on the 
Mall" and as quartermaster organized factories and re-equipped the command after the disastrous Ohio raid. After 
the Civil War, in 1866, Mr. Gathright founded the saddlery and harness business of J. B. Gathright in Louis- 
ville, and later took in John J. Harbison under firm name of Harbison & Gathright, which was afterwards in- 
corporated, and Mr. Gathright became president. The company manufactures saddlery and harness. Mr. Gath- 
right has patented many notable inventions. These include the present tabulating device used on typewriters, 
an automatic semi-vacuum street sweeper and the trolley stteet sprinkler used by traction companies in all parts 
of the country. Married in 1874 Emma E. McGrath. Has never sought political office and has taken no part in 
politics except that of a private citizen interested in all things for the betterment of the community. Town 
home, 1006 South Third Avenue; country home, 110 Crescent Court; business address, 709 West Main Street, 
Louisville, Ky. 

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. . ,.id Mary E. Langley. Gen. Harries has two sons, Herbert Langley Harries and Warren Goodwin Harries. Gen. 
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presidential commission) and in command of the military and naval forces of the District of Col urn- 
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Sixteenth President of the United States. 1861-65. 

limn neai M .,|.j<-ii~\ illc. l.arue enmity. Ky., Fein tun y I _'. ISO 1 ' 1'ain; hiunl : rk-rk in slorc; l,i 
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I'mii-.l States Srnaiiir. 1858-60; elected Presidenl <ii tlic 1'iiiu-cl States, S'ovember, li>n. |ii rl | a t Washington. 
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JEFFERSON DAVIS 
President Confederate States of America, 



1862-1865. 



Horn near Hopkinsville, Christian county, Ky., June 3, 1SOS. Farm hanil. In the Indian wars, IS.il-.i. 

aml 18.!.!-.!5: colonel of volunteers in the Mexican war; elected mcmher of Congress, 1S45; I'niled Slates Sell- 

ator. 1X47-51 and 1857-61; Secretary of War, 1853-57. Kl.-cted President C. S A, Frl.rnary 9, 1862. I lied 
al N. Orleans. La., December f>, 1SS". 



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JOHN HACHMEISTER 



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Rom February 22. 1870. at Red Bud, III. (near St. Louis, Mo.), son of Charles and Mary Hachmeister. 
Educated in public schools of St. Louis and St. Louis University. Left school at age of seventeen. Book- 
keeper for American Folding Chair Company in 1888, where he remained two years. Entered service of St. Louis 
Fair Association in. 1890 as assistant secretary and served as secretary from 1902 to 1905. Came to Louisville in 
1906 and built Douglas Park Race Track. Is general manager of the Douglas Park Jockey Club, Louisville, Ky., 
Latonia Jockey Club, Covington, Ky. Unmarried. Clubs: Pendennis, Fort Mitchell Country Club (Coving- 
ton); Missouri Athletic (St. Louis); Automobile Club (Cincinnati), and Automobile Club (New York). Ad- 
ihrss: Pendennis Club, Louisville, Ky. ; winter address, Xaples, Fla. 



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THEODORE E. MUELLER 

Manager. 

Horn in Louisville. Ky., April 3, 1885, son of Adolph K. ami Anna M. Mueller. Educated in the 
public schools and Flexner's school, Louisville. Ky. Relieving in a vocational training, Mr. Mueller en- 
ti-M'.l tlie shops of the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company at Pittsburg and New P. fight on, Pa., 
to acquire a thorough knowledge of the business, in \\hich his father was interested. Mr. Mueller is 
IHMV the manager of the Ahrens & <Ht plant of the company at Louisville. lie is also a director of the 
Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company of Pittslmrg, Pa. Member of Engineers and Architects' 
(lull, Automobile Club and Pastime P>oating Club. Home address, 1633 South Fourth Avenue ; busi- 
ness address, Ahrens & Ott plant of the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company, Louisville, Ky. 



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BALLARD THRUSTON 
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Born November 6, 1858. at Louisville, Ky., son of A. J. and Frances A. (Thruston) Ballard. At request 
of his mother, assumed her maiden name, "Thruston," by decision of County Court of Fayette county, October 
27, 1884. Educated at Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn.; Williston Seminary, East Hampton, Mass. 
Entered Sheffield Scientific School of Yale in 1876 and graduated in 1880 with degree of Ph.B. His first position 
after leaving school was clerk in employ of Monon railroad, after which he was secretary and treasurer of 
Southern Railway N T ews Co. From 1882 to 1887 with the Kentucky Geological Survey, after which he was en- 
gaged to buy property for Interstate Investment Company. In 1888 he was appointed trustee, under mortgage 
of the Big Stone Gap Improvement Company. In 1889 took charge of the Land Department of the Kentucky 
Union Land Company. From 1895 to 1899 was manager of the Big Stone Gap Iron Company, Virginia. Selling 
out his mining interests in 1909, he engaged in historical and patriotic work, and has made a careful study of 
the origin and evolution of the United States flag. Is a director of the United States Trust Company and Inter- 
state Investment Company. Unmarried. Clubs: Pendennis. Louisville Country, River _ Valley, Chess and 




of many other national and local historical societies, 
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DANIEL BOONE 
Hunter and Kentucky Pioneer 

Born in Bucks county, Pa., February 11, 1735. Married Rebecca Bryan. Came to Kentucky first 
in 1769 and made extensive explorations. His Indian campaigns and experiences were extraordinary. 
Hi was a Captain. Alajoi, Lieutenant-Colonel, Colom-l and ' nmmissioner. Died in Missouri Septem- 
ber 26, 1820. liurieil in the cemetery at Frankfort. Ky. 




HENRY CLAY 
Lawyer and Statesman 

Born in Hanover county, Va., April 12, 1777. Removed to Kentucky in 1792. Clerk in store, 
amanuensis, lawyer, member of the Legislature, Congressman. United States Senator, Secretary of 
State, and Republican and Whig candidate for President of the United States. Died June 29, 1852. 
Buried in the cemetery at Lexington, Ky. 



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BRUCE HALDEMAN 
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Horn Knoxville, Tenn., November 5, 1862, son of late Walter Newman and Elizabeth (Metcalfe) 
ITnldeman ; brother of William Birch Halcleman. His father, Walter N. llaldeman, with Henry Watter- 
son, consolidated the Louisville Journal with the Louisville Courier and the Louisville Democrat in 1868 
under the name of the Courier-Journal, and on May 1, 1884, founded the Louisville Times. FJruce Halde- 
man was educated at the University of Virginia. Married Annie Ford Milton, of Louisville, Ky., January 
20, 1S92. Reporter to managing editor Louisville Courier- Journal and Louisville Times, 1885 -1895 ; also 
agent Associated Press. President of Louisville Courier-Journal Company and the Louisville Times Com- 
pany since father's death in 1902. President American Newspaper Publishurs 1 Association 1911-1912. Di- 
rector Louisville Board of Trade. Democrat. Presbyterian. Clubs: Pendennis, Louisville Country, Man- 
hattan (New York"). Home, 423 West Ormsby avenue ; office, Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. 



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Born in Hopkinsville, Ky., October 9, 1850, son of John and Elizabeth (Hunt) Stites. Educated 
in schools in Christian county, Ky., and graduated from University of Louisville, LL. D., 1874. Prac- 
ticed law at Louisville, 1873-1887 ; with Fidelity Trust Company as Vice President, President and 
Chairman of the Board of Directors from August 1, 1887, to January 7. 1911; with Louisville Trust 
Company as Vice President 1911-13, and has been President of that institution since May, 1913. Presi- 
dent Eastern Park Land Company, Lagrange Land Company. Vice President Kentucky & Louisville 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Director Louisville Railway Company, Louisville Traction Company, 
Louisville Interurban Railway Company, National Bank of Kentucky, Proctor Coal Company, Bourbon 
Stock Yard Company, Broadway Investment Company, Louisville Hotel Company. October 4, 1887, 
married Mildred A. Chenoweth, daughter of Dr. Henry and Helen M. Bullitt Chenoweth. Children : 
Mrs. Mildred A. Gant, Mrs. Helen S. Gill, J. H., H. P., Elizabeth, F. B., Nan L. and J. W. Stites. 
Director Centre University of Kentucky. President International Sunday-school Association, 1908-1 1. 
Presbyterian. Democrat. Trustee Louisville Public Library. School Trustee and was member of the 
Board of Public Safety, 1907. Clubs: Pendennis, Conversation, Filson. Home, Weissinger-Gaulbert 
apartments ; office, Louisville Trust Company, Fifth and Market streets, Louisville, Ky. 



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JOSHUA DEVER POWERS 
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Eqrn in Hawesville, Ky., October 17, 184-4, son of Stephen and Emily Noble (Shrader) Powers. 
Preliminary education through medium and private schools in Hawesville until 1858, and then became 
student of Prof. James Kennedy Patterson. Student at Georgetown (Ky.) College until outbreak of war. 
Clerked in father's store for a time and in 1864 came to Louisville and filled position with wholesale dry 
goods firm until 1865, when he removed to Hawesville and formed partnership with father under name 
of S. Powers & Son, which continued until 1876. Admitted to bar 1873. Elected to Lower House, Ken- 
tucky Legislature, 1873. Practiced law in Hawesville, until 1877, then removed to Owensborq, Ky., and 
under various partnerships practiced law there until 1902, when he retired from active practice. Presi- 
dent First National Bank, Owensboro, Ky., 1884-1902. Projected, built and principal owner Owensboro 
Street Railway Company, 1893. President Owensboro Wharf boat & Transfer Conipany 1885-95. Built 
and owned Owensboro Telephone Company, which was second telephone exchange in Kentucky. In 1892, 
with several others, projected and built Henderson Railroad and was Vice President of sanie for several 
years. For a time attorney for the Louisville & Henderson and the Louisville & Nashville railroad at 
Owensboro. Internal revenue collector at Owensboro, 1893. Moved to Louisville, 1902. Organized Na- 
tional Trust Company (now United States Trust Company), of which he was President until 1907. Or- 
ganized Commonwealth Life Insurance Company in 1905, became First President and has continued as 
same. In 1888 organized Hancock Deposit Bank of Hawesville ; treasurer Louisville. Home Telephone 
Company; elected member Executive Council, American Bankers' Association, 1899-1902; chairman, 1905 ; 
Vice President, 1906 ; President, 1907. Has served as Grand Chancellor of Kentucky of the Knights of 
Pythias and o the Masonic order as Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky. Married 
October 19, 1865, to Clara Gallatin Hawes. Children: Stephen, Albert D., Robert B., Jay C, John H. 
and Thomas McCreery Powers, Mrs. Dr. Hugh Kimberly and Mrs. Eugene H. Inglehart. Residence, 1338 
South Sixth street; office, 110 South Fifth street, Louisville, Ky. 

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MATT J. WINN 
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Born in Louisville, Ky., Tune 30, 1861, son of Patrick J. and Julia (Flaherty) Winn. Educated at St. Xavier Col- 
lege, Louisville, and later took a course in business at the Bryant & Stratton Business College. He has long been one of 
the prominent figures in American turf circles, having held positions of authority in many race course associations. He 
was President of the American Turf Association from 1904 to 1910: President of the Jockey Club at Juarez, Mexico; Vice 
President of the Laurel Race Track; Vice President of the New Louisville Jockey Club and Vice President of the Empire 
City Track, New York City. In politics he is a Democrat. Married in 1888 to Miss Rosa Doyle, daughter of John J. Doyle, 
of Louisville, Ky. He has seven daughters, Misses Ann, Mary, Olive, Elizabeth, Clara, Julia and Helen. Home address, 
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Born in Pittshurg, Pa., July 4, 1826. His father originally came from Virginia and was a prosperous 
merchant. In his seventeenth year, while employed in Louisville, Ky., he published a serenade, entitled 
"Open Thy Lattice, Love," which was quickly followed by "Uncle Ned." "O, Sussanah," "My Old 
Kentucky Home," "Massa's in de Cold, Cold Ground," "Old Dog Tray," "Willie, We Have Missed 
Yar," "Sweet Ellen Bayne," "Way Down Upon the Suwanee River," "Old Black Joe," etc., etc. He 
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Born November 16, 1882, at Louisville, Ky., son of John B. and Margaret (Adams) Wathen. Educated in 
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holder of R. E. Wathen & Co., and Old Grand-Dad Distilling Co. President of the Louisville Baseball Club 
since 1912, having bought the Louisville team at that time. Married August 4, 1906, Fay Duffy. Has two chil- 
dren, Virginia and O. H. Wathen, Jr. Clubs: Pendennis, Elks, and Hoard of Trade, Address: Residence, Upper 
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Born in St. Louis, Mo., May, 1868. son of Matthew and Mary Long Hanlon. Educated in the public schools of St. 
Louis. Married Miss Lulu Mattingly November 23. 1902, who died October 24, 1910. Has three daughters: Mary Louise, 
Mary Long and Patricia. Mr. Hanlon for twenty-five years was connected with the American Tobacco Company. Beginning 
as a boy he worked his way from the bottom rung of the ladder to the top solely by his own talents and energy ; he quickly 
showed the executive capacity which gave him promotion after promotion until he became vice-president and a member of 
the governing body, which positions he held when he retired August 23, 1913. Mr. Hanlon's popularity is co-extensive 
with his acquaintance and he is universally liked and esteemed ; he has rendered valuable service in extending the manufactur- 
ing interests of Louisville. As a prominent member of its leading social and commercial organizations, he has been a 
leader among those whose energy and enterprise is making this a great city. While not actually engaged in business he 
devotes a good deal of his time to the upbuilding of Louisville. Mr. Hanlon is a member of the Pendennis Club, Louis- 
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GENERAL WILLIAM B. HALDEMAN. 
Newspaper Publisher and Editor. 

Born in Louisville. Ky., Tuly 27, 1846, son of Walter N. and Elizabeth (Metcalfe) Haldcman. Edu- 
cated in public and private schools of Louisville and Forest Academy, O'Bannon, Ky. Served in the 
Confederate army as a member of the famous Orphan Brigade and as midshipman in the Confederate 
States Navy; colonel of the First Kentucky Infantry, K. N. G., 1906-1909, and adjutant-general of Ken- 
tucky, 1912; commander of the Veterans' Association of the Orphan Brigade, and was for four years 
Major-General commanding the Kentucky Division, United Confederate Veterans. One of the owners of 
the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, and editor of the latter. Married Miss Lizzie R. Offutt, daughter 
of Henry G and Clara D. Finch Offutt. lias two daughters: Mrs. Clara Bruce Bonnie, of Louisville, 
and Mrs. A'nne Espehain, of Milwaukee, Wis. Address: Residence, 517 West Ormsby avenue; office, 
Courier-Journal and Times, Louisville, Ky. 



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THOMAS HUNT STUCKY, A. M., M. D. 
Physician and Surgeon 

Born in Louisville, Ky., March 21, 1860, son of Harry and Saliie K. Sweeny Stucky. Educated 
in public schools and graduate of High School of Louisville and Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va. ; 
graduated in class of 1877, Hospital College of Medicine; Bellevue Hospital, New York ; Strassburg 
and Leipsic, Germany. Initiated the practice of medicine in Louisville in the autumn of 1883, and was 
appointed visiting surgeon to the Louisville City Hospital ; Professor of the Theory and Practice of 
Medicine for fourteen years. Received degree of Doctor of Philosophy from Centre College in 1896. 
Member American Medical Association, Jefferson County Medical Society, State Medical Society, Amer- 
ican Enterological Society, American Society of Life Insurance Examiners, and Mississippi Valley Med- 
ical Association. He is also a thirty-second degree Scottish Rite Mason and a member of the Ancient 
Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine. Married Lane Prewitt, daughter of Levi and Mary Ellen Cole- 
man Prewitt. Has one daughter, Mary Prewitt Stucky. Office, Atherton Building; home address. 
Thierman Apartments, 416-420 West Breckinridge street, Louisville, Ky. 



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MONUMENT OF GOVERNOR WILLIAM GOEBEL 
Erected in front of the New State Capitol, Frankfort, Ky. 

The monument was erected under authority of an Act of the Legislature of March 25, 1904, appropriating $20,000, 
by a commission composed of Governor J. C. W. Beckham, Lieutenant-Governor Wm. P. Thome, Auditor S. W. Hager and 
Treasurer Henry M. Bosworth, who were in office at the time the act was passed. A contract was entered into with Henry 
Niehaus, of New York, the famous sculptor, who completed a model which was accepted on October 10, 1910, but the work 
was not completed until June, 1914, some delay being occasioned by a defect in the base, which was replaced. The statue 
is of heroic size, 10 feet high, and is of bronze. The monument was dedicated, by appropriate ceremonies, March 11, 1914. 
The late Senator Walker Hall acted as master of ceremonies; Miss Margaret McCord, daughter of Hon. C. C. McCord, un- 
veiled the monument ; Col. Eph Lillard and Senator George G. Speer acted as marshals of the day. The. Rev. T. F. 
Tallaferro conducted the religious exercises, and the following speakers paid tribute to the life and character of Governor 
Goebel : Governor James B. McCreary, former Governor J. C. W. Beckham and Congressman (now Governor) A. O. Stan- 
ley. The committee in charge of the affair was composed of Senators W. C. Zimmerman, M. (). Scott and G. G. Speer; Rep- 
resentatives Harry J. Meyers, Shelton M. Saufley and Mat S. Walton ; Elwood Hamilton and Louis B. Tieman. Justus 
Goebel, Miss McCord, former Lieutenant-Governor Wm. P. Thome and Eph Lillard sat at the bar of the house during the 
ceremonies. 



INSCRIPTIONS ON THE MONUMENT. 

Facing North. 
GOVERNOR WILLIAM GOEBEL, 

The able and most effective advocate and champion of the 
people's cause, their loved and loyal friend. 

On January 30, 1900, he was shot down by an assassin 
from the private office of the then Secretary of State. 

Born January 4, 1856. 
Died February 3, 1900. 

"Tell my friends to be brave and fearless and loyal to 
the great common people." His last words. 

Facing East. 

"I would be blind if I did not see the devotion that has 
been manifested towards Senator Goebel. I would be blind 
if I did not recognize how earnest is his purpose. When 
I remember that Mr. Goebel entered the State Senate at 
the age of thirty-one and has been there twelve years, and 
that a lawyer of his acknowledged ability while serving in 
the Senate was never charged with abandonment of the 
plain people or with being a hireling of the corporations, 
and when I remember that even bis enemies admit he never 
prostituted his ability for greed, I can understand how the 
plain people look at him as the champion of their rights." 
William Jennings Bryan, Covington, Ky., October 18, 
1S99. 



Facing Southward. 

Erected by 
The State of Kentucky 

In Memory of 
Kentucky's Martyr Governor 

WILLIAM GOEBEL 
who devoted and gave his life 

in defense of 
The Rights of the people. 

The question is : Are the corporations the masters or 
servants of the people? 

Facing West. 

Served as State Senator 

Fourteen Years 

1886 to 1900. 

Member of 
Constitutional Convention 

1892. 

Author of 

The Anti-Lottery Law 
Franchise Tax Law 

The Pioneer in 
American Railway Rate 
Regulating Legislation. 

The Champion of 
School- Book Legislation 

Fellow Servant Law 
Employer's Liability Law. 



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MONUMENT OF GOVERNOR WILLIAM GOEBEL 
Erected in the Cemetery, Frankfort, Ky., during the Summer of 1908. 

The money to build the monument was raised by the people of Kentucky, who lovingly contributed amounts ranging 
from 25 cents to $25; the total cost was $21,500. The monument is of Barre, Vermont, granite. It was contracted for with 
William Adams & Sons, Lexington, Ky. The monument is 17 feet 2 inches square at the base and 11 feet 6 inches in height, 
surmounted by a bronze statue 10 feet in height. Whole height of monument and statue 21 feet. There were three car- 
loads of the monument. It required sixteen horses to haul some of the blocks. The statue is of bronze and came from the 
studio of the famous sculptor, Charles H. Niehaus. New York. The Monument Executive and Building Committee was com- 
posed of the following-named persons : Governor James B. McCreary, chairman ; ex-Gov. J. C. W. Beckham, Gen. David L. 
Murray, Lewis McQuown. Dr. E. E. Hume, Arthur Goebel, Mrs. C. C. McCord, Mrs. Ida Finnell, Mrs. Charles Lewis and 
Miss Sally Jackson, secretary. Arthur and Justus Goebel, brothers of the lamented Governor, bought the lot in which the 
monument is erected. The appointed trustees of the lot are Mrs. Jennie C, Morton and Miss Sally Jackson. The monument 
is erected to face the west, hence the statue will be looking toward the old State Capitol building at the foot of the long 
cemetery hill. 



On the front of the base 
GOVERNOR WILLIAM GOEBEL 
Born January 4, 1856. 
Died February 3, 1900. 

"Tell my friends to be brave and fearless and loyal to 
the great common people." His last words. 

"We lift thy name on high 
And place thy crown with martyrs there, 

Who dared for truth to die. 
Thy memory shall be consecrate, 

Thy monument shall be 
A shrine of patriots' deathless love 

And loyalty to thee." 

(This couplet was composed by Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, 
Frankfort, Ky.) 

On the south side of the base are carved two quotations 
of advice given to his friends. They are : 

"Be calm; 

Abide by the law." 

"Forgive them, 

They do not understand." 



on the west side is carved : 
On the east base is cut : 

Erected by 

The People of 

Kentucky and Other States 

In Memoiy of 
Kentucky's Martyr Governor 

William Goebel, 
Who Devoted and Gave 

His Life 

In Defense of 

The Rights of the People. 

The fourth, the north side of the base, contains this 
inscription of his principal work while a member of the 
State Senate : 

Author of 
The Anti-Lottery Law. 

The Pioneer in 
American Railway Rate 
Regulating Legislation. 

The Champion of 
School- Book Legislation. 



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REUBEN THOMAS DURRETT, II. 
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Born May 13, 1891, at Louisville, Ky. Son of William T. and Sara (Cooke) Durrett ; grandson of 
Col. R. T. Durrett. Educated in the public schools of Louisville and Haversford College, University of 
Virginia, and University of Louisville. Entered real estate business in 1913, where he remained until 
March, 1915. When the Kentucky Lithographic Stone Company was organized, he was put in charge of the 
work at Brandenburg, afterward being elected president. The Kentucky Lithographic Stone Company own the 
quarry at Brandenburg. Ky., and is the only quarry in the United States which has been able to produce a stone 
practical for lithographic purposes, this country having had to depend entirely upon a quarry at Bavaria, Germany, 
for such material, until the discovery of the Brandenburg quarry and its development after many costly experiments. 
Clubs: Pendennis, Boat Club, Louisville Country, Audubon Country, Filson and Halifax River Yacht Club. Address: 
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MORRIS BURKE BELKNAP. 
Born in Louisville. Ky.. June 7. 1856. Died in Louisville, Ky., April 13. 1910. 

Morris Burke l!dknap, second son and youngest child of William Burke and Mary Richardson 
Belknap. He received his early education at the school of Prof. B. B. Huntoon, spent a year in 
Europe with his brother, Wm. R. Belknap. and entered the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale. University 
in the class of 1877. He took a post-graduate cou-se in chemistry at the same university. 

In 1S7') he returned to Louisville and entered the business of Thomas Mickle & Co., manu- 
facturers of plows, where he remained for four years. In 1883 he became a member of the wholesale 
hardware firm of W. B. Belknap & Co., founded by his father, and afterwards changed to the Belknap 
Hardware and Manufacturing Company. He. was for many years vice-president of the company, retain- 
ing this office to the time of his death. In 1879 he enlisted as private in Capt. W. O. Harris' company, 
Louisville Legion, was elected captain in 1890 of Company A, First Regiment Kentucky Infantry, and 
lieutenant colonel in 1893. He went with his regimjnt to Porto Rico in the Spanish- American war in 
1898 and on its return in December, 1898. received honorable discharge. In 1887 he was appointed a 
member of Governor Buckner's staff. In 1903 he was candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket. 
He twice served as member of the Board of Park Commissioners and was for several years president of 
the board. Was also president of the Board of Tra le, having had the distinction of being the youngest 
man ever elected to that office. In 1905 he was delegate to the International Congress of Chambers of 
Commerce at Liege, Belgium. He was president of the Vale Alumni Association of Kentucky for sev- 
eral years, a deacon of the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church, member of the Pendennis, Country, 
and Salmagundi Clubs; member of the board of the V. M. C. A. and trustee, of Lincoln Institute. 

Although constantly occupied with mercantile and civic affairs, Mr. Belknap devoted much time 
to literary and scientific pursuits and to travel. On June 14, 1883, he was married to Lily Buckner, 
only daughter of General Simon Bolivar and Mary Kingsbury Buckner. Mrs. Belknap died Decem- 
ber J9, 1S93, leaving two sons and two daughters: Gertrude, married Ronald C. Lee, died 1913; Wal- 
ter Kingsbury; Lilly, married Charles H. Moorman. 1914, and Morris Burke Belknap. On July 16, 
1900, he was married to Marion Stewart Dumont, daughter of John B. and Elizabeth Stewart Dumont, 
of Plainfield, N. J., who survives him. 



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SAMUEL D. JONES 
Business Director 

11 ""n in Franklin, Simpsi.:i ( 'miniy. Ky.. May IS, 1875, son of William Allen and Margaret 
Balmforth Jones. Educated in the Louisville public schools, went a-* far as the eighth u;i;idt:. and was 
then compelled to go to work. Entered the employ of the mercantile agency of K. < .. I Hin & Co., then 
in the real t-iate Business for fifteen years. In March. 1909, the Hoard of Education created the of- 
fice of business director, and Mr. Jones was tin- lir^t elected to fill that position, and has lu Id it I" 
date l:< lure this office was created each trustee (fourteen in all) were looking after the business 
affairs of the public schools, with the assistance of the superintendent. Mr. Tones has complete charge 
of the physical department, as well as the purchasing of supplies and material. Membei ol thi Tavern 
and Audubon Country Clubs. Independent in politics. Home addi ess, Fend ley avfiuie, near Frank- 
fort avenue, Crescent Hill ; business address, Board of Education, Eighth and Chestnut streets, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 




LOUISVILLE BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL 
Fronts on Brook. Breckinridge and Caldwell streets. 

This building was one of the school buildings erected from the money derived from the million- 
dollar bond issue, which was voted upon by the citizens of Louisville November 4, 1913. The cost of 
the building was $283,798.89. It is fireproof throughout, has forty -five classrooms, auditorium, lunch- 
room, gymnasium, library, kitchen, offices, ten toilet rooms, service rooms, etc.. with an athletic field 
and concrete stadium having a seating capacity of 4,500. The size of the lot is 468x525, the. price of 
which was $60,000. Of this amount the Alumni Association of the High School raised the sum of 
$25.000. The old School Board in 1909 paid the difference. The Alumni Association of the High 
School was responsible for the purchase of the lot. The building was first occupied in September, 1915. 

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COL. EDMUND HAYNES TAYLOR, JR. 
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Born February 12, 1830, at Columbus. Ky., -on of John Eastin and Rebecca < Edrington) Taylor. His grandfather, Richard 
Taylor, Jr., was Government surveyor of Jackson's Purchase. Richard Taylor's father served with distinction as Commodore of the Vir- 
ginia Continental Navy during fhe Revolutionary War. Of the ten brothers all were officers in the army and navy. Col. E. H. Taylor, 
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notably President James Madison and President Zachary Taylor, John Taylor, of Caroline. Edmund Pendleton, the noted jurist, and others 
famed in history. Col. E. H. Taylor's early training was received at Boyers French School, Conti street, New Orleans. La., the foundation 
of which was fortunately laid in a good education and personal -liseipli ie under that master of the art, B. B. Sayre, of Frankfort, who was 
not surpassed as an educator in Kentucky. Amongst his classmates at Mr. Say re's were United States Senator George Graham Vest, 
United States Supreme Court Justice John M. Harlan. S. I. M. Major, etc. After leaving school he entered the Branch Bank of Kentucky, 
at Frankfort, Ky., under his uncle, Edmund II. Taylor, cashier. At the age of twenty he opened the Commercial Bank of Ken- 
tucky's books at Paducah. and also the books of its branches at Harrodsburg and Versailles, becoming cashier of the Versailles, Ky., 
branch. Shortly afterwards he founded the private banking house of Taylor, Turner & Co., which was later succeeded by Taylor, Shelby & 
Co., at Lexington. In the early sixties he organized the firm of Gaines. Berry & Co., distillers, and in 1868 organized the great 
firm of W. A. Gaines & Co., and built the Old Crow and Hermitage distilleries, at Frankfort. In 1874 he also rebuilt and operated 
the Oscar Pepper Distillery, near Frankfort, in conjunction with his ward, James E. Pepper, son of Oscar Pepper. In 1869 Col. 
Taylor built the O. F. C. Distillery, near Frankfort, and later organized E. II. Taylor, Jr.. Co., and built the, Carlisle. While en- 
gaged in these different distillery enterprises Col. Taylor was making an ultra fine whisky on the famous site of the Old Taylor 
plant, which was cumulatively gathering the Taylor reputation. In 1886 he disassociated himself from all other distilling interests 
and organized the firm of E. H. Taylor, Jr., & Sons, confining his distilling operations exclusively to the Old Taylor plant, which 
is recognized as perhaps the finest distillery plant in the world. Col. Taylor in recent years founded Hereford Farms, Woodford 
County, Ky., which he owns, and has made Kentucky the home of the most celebrated Hereford herd in this country. He was Mayor 
of Frankfort, Ky., for seventeen years. Served as member of the Kentucky Senate, succeeding United States Senator William 
Lindsay without opposition when the latter was elected to the Federal Senate. Aside from being president of E. H. Taylor, Jr., 
& Sons, distillers, of Old Taylor, Frankfort, Ky., and owner of the Hereford Farms. Woodford County, Ky., noted for the cele- 
brated $12.400 Woodford, and for the greatest imported Hereford bulls now in America, Col. Taylor is also owner of Thistleton 
Farms, Frankfort. Ky. Married Miss Francis Miller Johnson. Has three sons, J. Swigert, Kenner and Edmund W. Taylor, who 
are also associated with him in business. Col. Taylor is a member of the Chicago Athletic Association, Saddle and Sirloin Club, 
and Southern Club, of Chicago, 111. ; the Filson and Tavern Clubs, Louisville ; Lexington Club and Lexington Country Club, of 
Lexington ; the Kentucky State Historical Society, the Kentucky Thoroughbred Horse Breeders' Association, the American Here- 
ford Breeders' Association, the National Geographical Society and the order of Elks. Address: Residence and office. Frank- 
fort, Ky. 



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VIEW OF THE FERMENTORY ROOM OF THE OLD 
TAYLOR DISTILLERY 



ONE OF THE FACADES AT THE GREAT OLD 
TAYLOR PLANT 




SUNKEN GARDEN AT THE OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY 



SEVERAL VIEWS OF OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY. E, H. TAYLOR, Jr., & SONS, incorporated. 

Distillers, Frankfort. Ky. 



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MRS. CORA WILSON STEWART. 
Educator, President Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. 

Born at Farmers, Kentucky, January 17, 1S75 ; daughter of Dr. Jeremiah and Annie E. 
( H alley ) Wilson. Educated at Morehead Xormal School, Kentucky State University. \ati"iial 
Normal University. Former superintendent of Rowan county schools, editor of "The Mountaineer" 
and president of the Kentucky Educational Association in 1912 ; now president of the Kentucky 
Illiteracy Commission. Originator of plan to eradicate illiteracy completely from county, state 
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L916) State Hoard Federation of Women's Clubs; member Morehead Woman's Club, Kentucky 
Educational Association, National Kdncatinnal Association, and IT HUM ary member Frankfort 
Women's Club. Office address. Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Frankfort. Ky. Home add res-., 
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The Moonlight School was founded by Mrs. Cora Wilson 
Stewart in 1911, and rirst established in Rowan county, 
Kentucky. Its purpose was to afford an opportunity for 
illiterates, men and women, to learn to read and write. 
In 1914 the Kentucky Legislature created the Kentucky 
Illiteracy Commission to extend Moonlight Schools to all 
of the counties and to instruct all illiterates in the State. 
Soon Alabama. Mississippi and other States followed and 
created Illiteracy Commissions, and now eighteen different 
States have Moonlight Schools. In Kentucky's Moonlight 
Schools forty (-10,000) thousand men and women were 
taught to read and write in the years 1914 and 1915. In 
North Carolina's Moonlight Schools 10,000 were taught in 
1915. Through this institution KentucKy iras Hopes of 
reaching the aim: "Xo illiteracy in Kentucky in 1920." 



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MRS. ANNA PAGE RUSSELL MAUS. 

Born in Frankfort, Ky. ; daughter of Captain John 
Wilson and Ann (St. Julian) Russell, and wife of 
Colonel L. Mervin .Mans, a distinguished surgeon of 
the United States army, whose sanitary work in Cuba and 
the Philippine Islands received the highest commenda- 
tion. Mrs. Mans assisted her husband in all his sanitary 
and hospital work, a,nd during the Spanish-American War 
she administered to over seven (7,000) thousand sick 
and dying soldiers. She began the work of the Y. M . 
( . A. among the soldiers in New York harbor and is 
knmvn throughout the army as "The enlisted man's 
friend." She has also done much to improve conditions 
among prisoners. Mrs. Maus has two daughters, both 
married to prominent army officers ; one is the wife of 
Captain Edgar A. Fry ami the other is the wife of 
Captain Lawrence Halstead. Home. Frankfort, Ky. 




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SAINTS MARY AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL 
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JOHN W. BARR, JR. 
Banker 

Born November 25, 1863, in Louisville. Ky. Son of John W. and Susan Preston (Ko^cis) Barr. 
Graduated from Princeton I'nuciMty in 1SS5, with degree of Bachelor of Arts and subsequently Master 
of Arts. Received degree of Bachelor <ii Law, 1'niversity of Virginia, in 1887. First en^ae,ed in practice, 
of law as the junior member of the firm of Goodloe & Barr. On the death of John K. Goodloe, became 
junior partner of the law firm of llaitis ,V l'..irr, W. ( ). Harris being the senior mem] MT. Became vice- 
presidenl of the Fidelity Trust Co. in IS'iS; picsidcnt in 1905, and on consolidation became president 
,1 tile Fidelity & Columbia .Trust Co. Director, National Bank of Kentucky, National Bank of Com- 
inerce, Louisville Gas & Electric Co., Louisville Traction Co., and various other organizations. Married 
(leiobcr 22. 1S9J, to Miss Margaret McFcnun Has one son, John McFerran Ban Mimlici all lcadinn 
lo, ,,l clubs. Address: Residence, Alta Visla (adjoining Cherokee Park): business. Fidelity \ Columbia 
Trust Co., Fourth and Main Stieets. Louisville, Ky. 

EDWARD A. BARRY 
Chief Deputy Assessor 

Mr. Barry is one of the most ( nn i, ni officials in Jefferson County II, is pi onnnent l\ kno\\n. and 
has hosis of friends throughout the State of Kentucky. Residence, JU.M Alia Avenue; oltiee. Court-house, 
I ouisville, Kentucky. 

AUGUSTUS J. BIZOT 

Attorney at Law 
Residence, .Uil'i W. Broadway. Louisville. Ky. ; office, 511-513 Really Building. Louisville. Ky. 

DAVIS BROWN 

Distiller 

Horn in Louisville, Kentucky. August JS, ISM: son of the late J. T. S. Brown. Sr.. and F.nrily 
(Graham) Brown. Educated in the schools of Louisville, Ky. Member of linn of J. T. S. Brown & 
>ons. distillers; president (>ld I'lcnlici I istilleiy (incorporated); former member and vice 1'iesident 
Board of Commissioners Louisville Water Company. Member of the Masonic Order, Elks, Pendennis 
and Louisville Country Clubs. Democrat. Home address. 414 West Ormsby avenue. Business address, 
107-ln'' \v, si Main street, Louisville, Ky. 

JAMES GUTHRIE CALDWELL 
Chairman Board of Public Works 

Horn October 13, 1855, at Louisville, Ky. Son of Dr. Wm. B. and Ann Augusta (Guthrie) Caldwell. 
Educated in public and piivate schools of Louisville and old Georgetown College, from where he gradu- 
ated in 1K75. Became manager of several large estates, to which lie devoted most of his time until 
;*SH. when with several others he became interested in Southern iron properties and assisted in forming 
the Birmingham Rolling Mills Co. In October, 1880, was elected president of this company and con- 
tinued as its head until it was taken over by the Republic Iron & Steel Co. Mr. Caldwcll built and 
operated at Birmingham the first open-hearth steel plant in the South, which was highly successful and 
was a forerunner of the building of the now existing large steel plants at Birmingham, Ala., and at 
other Southern points. Has always taken a leading part in the social, civic and industrial aifairs of 
Louisville. In November, 1911, appointed member of the Board of Public Works by Mayor W. O. 
Head, and reappointed by John H. Buschemeyer, who succeeded to the mayoralty in November, 1913, 
and later made chairman of the hoard, in which capacity he is serving at the present time,. Married 
May 5, 1880, Miss Nannie Standiford, daughter of Dr. E. D. Standiford. Five children, William Beverly, 
lames Guthrie, Jr., George Danforth, Junius and Nancy Caldwell. Is affiliated with the I'.aptist church, 
mil has been a member of the Board of Managers and of the Finance Committee of the Louisville Baptist 
Orphans' Home, also a trustee of the College at Georgetown, his alma mater, and a member of the 
Board of Trustees of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Board of Financial Managers of 
that institution. Address: Residence, 1269 S. First street; office. Board of Public Works, Louisville, Ky. 

WILLIAM CHEATHAM 
Physician 

Horn June 6, 1852, in Taylorsville, Ky., son of William H. and Elizabeth (Van Dyke) Cheath.nn. 
Attended schools in Taylorsville and Louisville, and graduated from Kentucky Military institute (then 
located near Frankfort) in 1S70, with the degree of A. B. In early life worked on farm and commenced 
the study of medicine in 1870, graduating from the University of Louisville in 1873, when he went to 
\'ew York and became house surgeon of Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital until 1S77, at which time 
lie returned to Louisville to specialize in diseases of the eye, ear and nose. On October 2, 187'i. married 
Miss Nellie Garrard, deceased. Clubs: Pendennis, Tavern, Louisville Country; member, Kentucky State 
Medical Society, American Medical Society and five other societies associated with his specialties. 
Member F.Iks and Falls City Lodge of Masons. Address: Residence and office, 305 W. Chestnut street, 
Louisville, Ky. 



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RICHARD ERNST 
Attorney at Law 

Office 1612-1614 First National Hank Building, Covington, Ky. Resilience, -101 Garrard street, 
< ovington, Ky. 

E. CARL FRANKE 
Tobacco Broker 

Senior member of the Tobacco Brokerage firm of E. C. Franke & Co., 1027 West Main street, 
Louisville, Ky. Home address, Anchorage, Ky. 



ERNEST HORN 



Treasurer The Standard Printing Co. 




JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. 

Attorney at Law 

Born at Hardinsburg. Ky., October 7. 1871; son of Judge James G. and Frances (Bassett) Haswell. 
Educated at local schools and academy : -uidivil law under his father, and admitted to practice at the 
bar by Judge T. R. McBeath when 19 years old. Three times Representative in the Legislature, nominee 
of party each time for speaker; Railroad Commissioner from First Kentucky District; Special Circuit 
Judge by appointment of Governor Willson ; Assistant I'. S. Attorney Western District of Kentucky; 
delegate to National Republican Convention in 19118 from Fourth District of Kentucky; as a member 
of the Legislature assisted in the election of Senator Bradley in 1908; nominee for Congress in 1916 
in the Fourth Congressional Distiirt; recent \Vestern Kentucky State Normal School; director in First 
State Hank, Irvington, Ky. ; attorney Transylvania Casualty Insurance Co. Member of the Masonic 
Order and Elks, State Bar Association. American Bar Association; Master Breckinridge Lodge No. 67, 
F. and A. M. Unmarried. Business address, Ilai dinsburg, Ky. Home address, Hardinsburg. Ky. 

RICHARD I. JAMES 
Hardware 

Secretary Belknap Hardware & Manufacturing Company, Second and Washington streets, Louis- 
ville. Residence, 1058 Cherokee Road, Louisville, Ky. 

ERNEST O. HOLLAND 
Educator 

Born at Bennington, Ind. .February 14, 1874; son of Philip C. and Ann A. Holland. Former Super- 
intendent of Public Schools, Louisville. Ky. ; now president of State College, Pullman, Washington. 

MATT J. HOLT 
Lawyer 

Born in Mt. Sterling, Ky., October 20, 1866; son of Judge William H. and Sarah R. Holt. Edu- 
cated in the public schools, Center College, Danville, Ky., and Tulane Law University, New Orleans, 
La. Now one of the leading members of the Louisville bar. Progressive; chairman State Committee. 
Married Rose Foster of Mississippi: one child, Foster Holt. Law office, 1711-1712 Inter-Southern Bldg. 
Ri-ideiu-e. -'752 Frankfort avenue. Louisville, Ky. 

ALEXANDER POPE HUMPHREY 
Lawyer 

Horn in Louisville, Ky., January 26, 1848. Son of Edward Porter (D. D.) and Martha Ann (Pope) 
Humphrey. Graduated in 1866 from Centre College, Danville, Ky., with degree of A. B. ; B. L., 
University of Virginia, 1868. Was admitted to bar in October, 1868, and since in practice at Louis- 
ville. Member of law firm of Humphrey. Middleton & Humphrey. General counsel for Southern Rail- 
way Co., Kentucky & Indiana Terminal Railway Co., Louisville Railway Co., Louisville & Jeffersonville 
Bridge Co. Director Fidelity & Columbia Trust Co.; director and counsel National Bank of Kentucky; 
trustee for Endowment Fund University of Virginia. Presbyterian. Democrat. Married April 3, 1879, 
to Miss Mary Moss Churchill, of Louisville, Ky. Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington and New York), 
Pendennis, Country and River Valley (Louisville, Ky. ). Address Residence, Glenview, Jefferson county, 
Ky. ; office, Realty Bldg., Louisville, Ky. 



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CHURCHILL HUMPHREY 
Attorney 

IJorn September 11, 1S85, at Boston, Mass.; son of Alex. P. and Mary Moss (Churchill) Humphrey. 
Educated in the public schools of Louisville. Ky., Andover. Mass., and University of Virginia. Graduated 
from the United States Naval Academy. Annapolis, Md., in 1907. Ensign U. S. Navy until 1909. With 
Louisville Railway Co. until 1910, University of Virginia Law School until spring of 1912 ; came to 
Loilisville and has practiced law ever since. M ember of the law firm, Humph rev, M iddleton & Hum- 
phrey. Member Hoard of Trade. Democrat. Married March 4, 1909 to M iss Martha L. Williams. 
Two children. Mary Moss and Alex. P. Humphrey III. Residence, 2412 Longest Ave. ; office, Realty 
1 lldg , 1 .ouisville, Ky. 



CHARLES H. KNIGHT 
Live Stock and Commission Merchant 

Born October 7, 1S83, in Louisville, Ky. Son of Henry and Sal He Kniglu. 1 du. ;ii< d in public 
-i h- Mils of Louisville, and graduated from the Louisville Manual Training High School, class of 1902. 
At present is a member of the firm of Henry Knig lit & Son ( Inc.), live slock commission merchants, 
being vice president of this firm. Also vice president City Disinfecting & Refining Co., Nashville, 
Ten n. ; I ii y I ) i si nf acting & Refining Co., Atlanta, Ga. ; Louisville Provision Co., and Louisville I lair 
Drying Process Co. Served as Representative during the 1912 session and elected Senator from the 
Thirty-sixth District "in November election, 1913; served in 1914 and 1916 sessions of State Senate. Is 
a member of the Lutheran Church; Knights Templar - t Shriner ; 32d degree Mason, Elk and Eagle Mairnd 
in 191 1 Miss Fannie Morris. Address : Residence, Best en Apts. ; office, Henry Knight & Son ( 1 nr. ), 
Bourbon Stock Yards, Louisville. Ky. 

TIMOTHY LEHAN 
Chief of the Louisville Fire Department 

He has been connected with the Louisville Fire I )r|. ;i i i mt-i;i i--. mm < ili.m .1 quartei of a century, 
and for the past six years its chief and commander. He has an excellent record, and his splendid work 
places him in the front rank of the chiefs of the tire departments of America. Offict t,|7 W. Jefferson 
street. Residence, 2328 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 

DAVID RUSSELL LYMAN 
Chief Engineer 

Born in Pewee Valley, Ky., September 28, 1883; son of James S. and Mary K. Lyman. Educated 
in the public schools of Louisville; graduated from Manual Training High School, 1902; held position in 
the Engineering Department, Cleveland, Ohio; Chicago & St. Louis Railway, about one year, resigning 
to enter the employ of Engineering Department, city of Louisville, where he has been located since 1904; 
has been Chief Engineer of Board of Public Works of Louisville since July, 1910; in ir-ponsible charge 
of city's engineering works, including paving, bridges, subways, etc. Member Board of Trade, Engineers 
and Architects' Club and Mose Green Club. Democrat. Married October 5. Win, Anna Wood; children, 
Isabelle Miller Lyman and David Russell Lyman, Jr. Home address, 952 S Fourth street Office 
214 City Hall. Louisville, Ky. 



RICHARD HICKMAN MENEFEE 
Grain Merchant 

Was born in Louisville, Ky., December 3, 1887. Son of Richard Jouett and Elizabeth Speed Mejiefee. 
Is a great-grandson of Matthew II. Jouett, one of Kentucky's famous portrait painters, and a grandson 
of Richard H. Menefee, who was known as the "Patrick Henry" of the West, and after whom Menefee 
county, Ky., is named. Graduated from the Louisville Male High School in 1896. During the Spanish- 
American war he served as First Lieutenant and Battalion Adjutant in the First Kentucky Volunteers 
and for three months was Aide de Camp to General Guy V. Henry, commanding the District of Ponce, 
Porto Rico. He is head of the firm of R. H. Menefee & Co., grain merchants. Married Edith Norton, 
daughter of George Chester and Jesse (Swope) (Norton. Member Falls City Lodge No. 376, F. and A. 
M. ; Board of Trade; director National Hay Association ; member Tavern Club. Has always taken 
active interest in civic affairs. Home, 420 Belgravia ; office, 215 X. Fifteenth street, Louisville, Ky. 

WILLIAM P. McDONOUGH 

Attorney at Law 
Office address, 616 Inter-Southern Bldg. Residence, 1014 S. Sixth street, Louisville, Ky. 

EDWARD J. McDERMOTT 
Attorney at Law 

Born in Louisville, Ky., October 29, 1852 ; son of William and Catherine (Byrne) McDermott. 
Educated in the primary schools of Louisville; graduated from the Louisville Male High School; Uni- 
versity of Belfast, Ireland; L T niversity of Goettingen, Germany, and from the law department of Har- 
vard University. Made Doctor of Law by the Kentucky State University June. 5, 19] 3. Served as a 
member of the Legislature in 1880; member of the constitutional convention in 1890 and 1891; chairman 
of a commission of three men who framed the charter for the city of Louisville in 1891 ; elected Lieu- 
tenant-Governor of Kentucky in November, 1911 ; served until December 31, 1916. Member of the 
Elks Club. Knights of Columbus and Board of Trade. Democrat. Married in 1895, Miss Susan Rogers 
Barr, daughter of Judge John W. Barr; children, Susan Barr, Edward J., Jr., and Catherine McDermott. 
Office address, Inter-Southern Bldg. Home address, 430 West Ormsby avenue, Louisville, Ky. 



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JOHN MASON MORRIS, M. D. 
Physician 

Born in Henry county, Kentucky, April 25, 1861 ; son of David and Amanda ( Watkins) Morris. 
Educated at Fair mount College and University of Louisville. Member American Medical Association, 
Kentucky Medical Association, member and former president Louisville Clinical Society; Clifton Medical 
Club; Medical Staff St. Anthony's Hospital. Democrat. Married June 25, 1891, Fronia Shouse ; children, 
Fannie. Helen and Edith Morris, Home, 1935 Frankfort avenue. Office, 1704 Frankfort avenue, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

REV. IGNATIUS MUELLER, Ph.D. 
Rabbi Temple B'rith Sholom 

Born in Hungary June 10, 1858 ; son of Marcus and Esther Mueller. Kdm atrd in High School in 
1 1 imgary ; Berlin University ; Professor of Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Kalamazoo College 
( Baptist) ; Normal College, Des Moines, Iowa ; now Rabbi Temple B'rith Sholom, Louisville, Ky. Mar- 
ried Rosa Klein, daughter of Isaiah and Mai hi Me Levy Klein ; t\vu children, Naomi I. and Ruth H. 
Mueller. Residence, 1116 S. Brook street, Louisville, Ky. 



JOHN WESLEY NEWMAN 
Farmer 

Born in Monroe county, Kentucky, January 2$. 1S(>9. Member of Kentucky House of Representatives, 
1904 ; State. Senator, 1906-08; secretary State Fair 1908-09-10; Commissioner of Agriculture 1912-16. 
Former DIM-HOC rat. Widower. Home address, Versailles, Ky. 

EDWARD J. O'BRIEN 
Tobacco Broker 

Senior member of the Tobacco Brokerage firm of E. J. O'Brien & Co., and one of the most promi- 
nent men in that line in the State of Kentucky. Mr. O'Brien takes a prominent part in civic affairs, and 
active in every movement for the uplift of Louisville. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the 
Louisville Free Public Library. Business address, 1024 West Main street. Residence, 1821 W. Jef- 
ferson street, Louisville, Ky. 

STEPHEN MAZYCK O'BRIEN 
Lawyer 

Born in Knoxville, Tenn., November 8, _ 1878; son of Francis and Eliza (Wilson) O'Brien. Educated 
at Louisville Male High School and University of Virginia. Member House of Kt-pi -tentative-., KtMitiu k\ 
General Assembly, M^SKHIS 1914-1916. Member Tavern, Louisville Country and Audubon Country 
Clubs ; Louisville Board of Trade. Democrat. Married November 27, 1906, Annie May Woolridge ; 
children, Mary Chambers Johnson O'Brien and Stephen Mazyck O'Brien, 1 r. Home address, 842 S. 
Second street. Office, 403 Kentucky Title Bldg.. Louisville, Ky. 

ROBERT MILTON PARKS, Ph. D. 
Inspector of Gas and Electricity 

Born in Bedford, tnd. ; son of Rev. Milton and Jane Short Parks. Educated at Indiana University, 
A. B., 1879; Johns Hopkins University. Ph. D, 1892; student at Harvard and University of Munich. 
Former Professor of Chemistry Furman University ; Central University of Kentucky ; Manual Training 
High School, Louisville, Ky. ; Louisville College of Dentistry ; now inspector of gas and electricity city 
of Louisville. Democrat. Married November 20, 1888, at Nashville, Tenn., Lillian Moorman; children, 
Louise Blackmore, Robert Moorman, Alary Ewing and Helen Cannon. Home address, 1021 S. Brook 
street. Office, City Hall Annex, Louisville. 

HERMAN O. STEINHILBER 
Hotel Manager 

Born in Germany April 27, 1878 ; son of Martin and Emma ( Vogt ) Steinhilber. Educated in Ger- 
many ; graduate of Urach University. lias been connected with the Marquard Hotel, Stuttgart, ( -IT 
many ; Kaiserhof Hotel, Chicago, 111. ; Lima House, Lima. Ohio ; Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Ky. ; 
Pendennis Club, Louisville, Ky. ; now manager of the Old Inn Hotel, Louisville, Ky. Member of 
Aurora Lodge .No. 633, F. and A. M., Scottish Rite Shrine, Elks and Buffaloes. Married December, 
1901, Amelia Koehler ; has two daughters, Mary and Emma Steinhilber. Office and residence, Old Inn 
Hotel, Louisville. 

HENRY A. WALKER 
Tobacco 

Vice president Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company. Business address, 240(1-2418 West Main street. 
Residence, 1463 St. James Court, Louisville, Ky. 

JESSE I. WHITTENBERG, M. D. 

Health officer of Jefferson County, Kentucky. Office, Court House. Residence, 1369 Catalpa street, 
Louisville, Ky. 



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DAVID B. G. ROSE 

President and General Manager the Standard Printing Co. 
Circulation Manager The Louisville Evening Post. 



the. few 33 Masons in the State. Married April 25, 1896, Esther G. Rose. Home 
address : 1023 South Brook street ; business address : "The Evening Post," or The 
Standard Printing Co., Louisville, Kentucky. 




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EDWARD GOTTSCHALK 

Manager and Secretary The Standard Printing Company 
President Louisville Board of Education 

Lorn July 26, 1875 ; son of Louis and Johanna Gottschalk ; educated in 
public schools of Louisville. Learned printer's trade, started with Louisville 
" An/eiger" in 1890, later connected with the old "Sunday Truth," Courier- Journal 
Job Printing Co., F. C. Nunemacher, and John P. Morton & Co., of Louisville, and 
Buxton & Skinner, of St. Louis ; npw^ manager and secretary of The Standard 
Printing Co. ; member of the old Louisville School Board, from first ward, 1907-09 j 
elected a member of the Board of Education under new law, representing the city-at- 
large, 1910-14; re-elected for a term of four years in 1914, served two terms as vice- 
president, and in October, 1915, elected president to serve unexpired term of Judge 
John C. Strother, resigned, re-elected president for a term of one year on January 
1, 1916 ; delegate to the International Typographical Union at St. Louis in 1904 : 
representative to the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Bowling Green ; has served 
almost continuously as representative to the State Council of Kentucky, Jr. O. I'. A. 
M. since 1902 ; member of Parkland Lodge No. 638, F. & A. M. ; Humboldt 
Lodge Xo. 141, I. O. O. F. ; Louisville Lodge No. 8, B. P. O. E. ; Kosair 
Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. : Grand Consistory of Ky.. A. A. S. R. ; Banner 
Council No. 39, Jr. O. U. A. M. ; Banner Council No. 7, D. of A.; Louisville Turn- 
gemeinde; Y. M. H. A.; Board of Trade; Optimist Club; Goethe Encampment, 
I. O. O. F. ; director Newsboys' Home; Bee See Social Club; Louisville Typograph- 
ical Union. Married June 16, 1896, Lottie, daughter of Andrew and Wilhelmina Ott, 
of Louisville ; have one child, a daughter, Mydaline Gottschalk. Business address : 
The Standard Printing Co., 220-226 S. First street; home address: 201 South Hite 
avenue, Louisville, Ky. 



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Composing Room 

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Fred. Schneider, 
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James R. Lewis, Jr., 
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O. H. Aurin, Salesman 

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Page 

Ahrens, Theodore 

Akers. Matthew L.~. 61 

Along Third Avenue, Louisville 

Armory, Jefferson County . 
Ashland, Home of Henry Clay.... - 1<>5 

\-sembly, General of Ky., Portraits 
138 Members of . ...11-17 

Atherton, Peter Lee 63 

Atkisson, Eugene. R.... 

Axton, Woodford Fitch ....223 

Bacon. J. & Sons.... 183 

Ballou, Amos P. .. - US 

Baptist Seminary, Sou. Theo.... 45 

Barker, Judge Henry S.... 

Barnard, I. P 

Barr, John \Y. .. 

Barry, Edward A. ... - -43 

Beckham, U. S. Senator J. C. W... 15 

Belknap, Morris B. .. - 201 

Hull, Gen'l lames F.... 

Bernheim, Bernard ... 

Berry, John T - 155 

)! inirham, Robert W 

Millings. O. M - 139 

I'.i-ihop, Fred S - 167 

Bizot, A. J. .. 243 

Black, Lt. Gov. J. D 13 

Blind, Kentucky School for.... ... 229 

Blue Grass, in the.... :. 145 

Bonnie, W. O 147 

Boone, Daniel.... - 105 

Boone, Monument 105 

Boonesborouffh, Old Fort at .. 105 

Boys High School.... ,.: 203 

Bridges across Ohio River 95 

Broaddus, Andrew 101 

Brown, Davis -43 

Brown, Eli H., Jr.... .. 199 

Brown, James B 79 

Brown, Owsley 147 

Buckner, James M 179 

Bullitt, A. Scott .. 109 

Burton, Granville R 127 

Buschmeyer, John H 35 

Caldwell, James G 243 

Canine. Robert Fulton 223 

Caperton, John H 109 

Capitol, State 5 

Carroll. John D 29-177 

Cave Hill Cemetery.... 75 

Central University 235 

Central University College of 

Dentistry ... 235 



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Cheatham, Dr. William .. - 243 
Cherry, Henry Hardin.... 

Churchill, John .. - 115 

City Hall. Louisville.... ....75-113 

Clark, Judge Ernest.... - 173 

Clark, James Jr.... - 191 

Clay, Henry . - 105 

Clay. Henry, Home of .. - 105 

Confederate Home 95 

Confederate Monument .. 157 

Court Appeals, Judges, Seven Portraits 29 

Court House, Louisville 75-11; 

Cronan, Charles J. .. - -'"3 

Ctisick. James Lee -- 161 

Dacher. Frank.... - 167 

Danforth, George L.... 171 

Davis, Brinton B .. 161 

Davis, Frank.... 48 

Davis, Frank, residence of 4>) 

Davis, Jefferson, Birth Place of.... 
Davis. Jefferson ... 

Dawson. R. A 179 

Dehler. Charles P ... 207 

Dentistry, Louisville College of 

Dibrowski. Richard J .. 149 

Dittmar, Louis J - 233 

Dixie Highway .- 213 

Douglass Park Race Track.... . 83 

Dowell, James R 149 

Duffin, James R 79 

Duke. Gen'l Basil W .. 141 

Durrett, Reuben T. II ... .. 197 

Echo River . ... 227 

Eckman, Benjamin F 149 

Entrance to Cave Hill Cemetery 73 

Ernst, Richard .. 247 

Evans, George E 61 

Executive Mansion, Frankfort Ky 7 

Facade, Old Taylor Distillery 211 

Fairleigh, James F 181 

Falls of the Ohio 37 

Federal Hill 131 

Fehr, Frank 207 

Fenley, Oscar 57 

Fermentory Room, Old Taylor 

Distillery 211 

First Christian Church 45 

Foster, Stephen Collins 131 

Fowler, Dr. Joseph W 169 

Franke, E. Carle 245 

Frankfort, Executive Mansion at 7 



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Frankfort, Governor Goebel Monu- 
ment at.-.. .. 163-165 
Frankfort. State Capitol at.... S 

Gathright. Josiali B 67 

Gathright. < Iwen ... 129 

General Assembly, Portraits of 138 

Members of 11-17 

Gilbert. Virgil 23 

Goebel, Governor, Wm., Monument 163-165 

Gottschalk, Edward .. 253 

Governor's Residence 7 

Grant, Dr. W. E 235 

Gray, George Herbert.... 187 

Greene, Robert L 23 

Gwin, Earl Stimson 215 

Hackmeister, John.... 81 

Haldeman, Bruce Ill 

Haldeman, Gen'l W. B . 153 

Hanlon. Patrick J .. 143 

Hannah. Judge J. B 29 

Hardesty, David Luther 103 

Harries. Gen'l George H 73 

Haswell, John P., Jr..... ... 245 

Head, William O.... 55 

Hemphill, Rev. Charles R .. 191 

Hert. Alvin T... 171 

High Bridge. Kentucky 131 

Highway, Dixie 213 

Hoge, Charles E 107 

Holland, Ernest O ... 245 

Holt, Matt J ... 245 

Home of the "State Journal" 189 

Horn, Ernest . 245 

Hospital, U. S. Marine.... ... 239 

House of Representatives. Portraits 

of 100 Members.... 17 

Hubbard, Eugene 231 

Hudson, Richard X 141 

Huggins, Clement \V ... 237 

Humphrey, Alex. P ... 245 

Humphrey, Churchill ... 213 

Hundley, John Barrett.... . 99 

Hurt, Judge Rollin.... . 29 

Infirmary, St. Joseph's 241 

Infirmary, Sts. Mary and Elizabeth 239 

Introduction 3 

Irwin, Lucian J 217 

James, Richard 1 245 

James, U. S. Senator, Ollie M 15 

Jefferson County Armory 125 

Jefferson County Court House 113 

Jefferson Statue 113 

Jefferson, Thomas L 71 

Jockey Club Race Course 125 

Johnson, Edward Polk 205 

Joi.es, Samuel D.... . 203 



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Kavanaugh, Frank K 199 

Keller, David A .. 119 

Kentucky Capitol, New 5 

Kentucky Court of Appeals, 7 Portraits 29 

Kentucky Home 27 

Kentucky House of Representatives, 

1(10 Portraits . 17 

Kentucky, in the Blue Grass of 145 

Kentucky State Capitols, Five 27 

Kentucky School for the Blind 229 

Kentucky State Senate, 38 Portraits.... 11 

Kentucky Tobacco Field 145 

King. William P .. 175 

Klein, John W..... 167 

Knight, Charles H ... 247 

Knott, Richard W . 33 

Koop, William E 217 

LaBree, Benjamin 175 

Leathers, John H 89 

Lehan, Timothy . ... 247 

Lewis, James P 151 

Lewis, Marvin H 215 

Lewman, Harry L 179 

Lincoln, Abraham 77 

Lincoln, Abraham, Birthplace 77 

Logan, Maxwell M 21 

Louisville, Along Third Avenue 157 

Louisville, Armory 125 

Louisville Boys' High School 203 

Louisville City Hall.... .. 113 

Louisville, City of Beautiful Churches.. 43 

Louisville College of Dentistry 235 

Louisville Court House 113 

Louisville Fourth Avenue Residence 

Section 195 

Louisville in the Olden Days.... ....195 

Louisville in 1778 145 

Louisville Jockey Club Race Course.... 125 
Louisville looking North on Fourth 

Street 65 

Louisville Ohio Falls in front of 37-147 

Louisville Public Library 51 

Louisville L'nion Depot 137 

Louisville Union Station 137 

Lyman, David R. .. ... 247 

Mammoth Cave, Scene on Echo River 227 
Mammoth Cave, Dixie Route.... ... 213 

Manning. John W 135 

Marine Hospital, U. S .. 239 

Maus. Anna Page Russell 227 

McCreary, Governor. James B 25 

McDermott, Edward J ... 247 

McDonald, Donald.... 115 

McDonough, William P . 247 

McGee, J. Wheeler.... ... 221 

McGrath. Frank 

Memoir of Morris B. Belknap 201 



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Menefee, Richard H ... 247 

Mengel, Charles C 59 

Mengel, Clarence R - 217 

Merwin, Susan B 229 

Methodist Church, 20th and Jefferson 43 

Methodist Union Temple.... 43 

Miller. Judge Shackelford , , 29 

Monohan, Edward S 101 

Moonlight Schools ! 225 

Monuments of Gov. William Goehel.. 163-16; 

Morris, Andrew H 183 

Morris, Dr. John M.... . 249 

Morrow, Edwin P 87 

Morton, Robert Grey.... 93 

Mueller, Rev. Ignatius 249 

Mueller, Theodore E 91 

Mullins, Rev. Edgar Young 41 

Natural Bridge 131 

Xrwman, John Wesley 249 

Norman. Jonathan Van Dyke 237 

Nunn, Judge T. J 29 

OT.rien, Edward I.... ... 249 

O'Brien, Stephen Mazyck 249 

O'Donaghue, Rt. Rev. (Bishop) Dennis 39 
Official "Dixie" Highway.... ... 213 

Ohio Falls 37-145 

Ohio River, Bridges Across 95 

Old Fort at Boonesborough 105 

Original Lincoln Cabin 215 

Parks, Robert M ... 249 

Patterson, John Letcher 181 

Pirtle. Alfred 107 

Pogue, Philip S 219 

Post Office, Louisville 75 

Powell. Rev. Edward L 41 

Powers, Joshua D 121 

Presbyterian Church, Old Central 43 

Presbyterian Theological Seminary 45 

Price, Charles Franklin 135 

Public Library, Louisville 51 

Race Course, Louisville 125 

Representatives, Ky. House of, 100 

Portraits 17 

KV^idence of Frank Davis 49 

Rodes, Henry Clifton 99 

Rose, David B. G 251 

Russell, Dan H 237 

Saunders, John J 129 

Schools for the Blind 229 

Schools, Moonlight 225 

Scott. Gen'l H. L 47 

Segner Charles A 32/ 2 

Senate. Ky. State 38 Portraits 11 

Senators, Portraits of 38 11 

Settle, George 51 

Settle. Judge W. E 29 

Shippingsport 195 

Shouse, James Dudley 93 

Sloss, Stanley E 85 

Smith. Addison R 193 

Smith, Thomas Floyd 71 

Solomon, Dr. Leon L 169 



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Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.. 45 

Spindle, T. W ' 85 

Speed, William 191 

Standard Printing Co 251 to 256 

Standiford, Ethel C 185 

Stanley, Governor A. 9 

State Capitols, Five Old ... 
State Capitol, New.... 

State Journal, Home of 189 

Steffens, Richard J .. 155 

Steinhilber, Herman 249 

Stewart, Cora Wilson 224-225 

Stites, John .. 117 

Story, Sidney 205 

Stout, Judge R. L.-. - 177 

St. Joseph's Infirmary .. 241 

Sts. Mary and Eizabeth Hospital 239 

Stuckey, Dr. Thomas Hunt.... 159 

Sunken Gardens, Old Taylor Distillery 211 
Swearingen, Embry L 89 

Tafel Arthur G 219 

Tarascon Home 195 

Taylor. Col Edmund H.. Jr 209 

Taylor Distillery, One of the Facades.. 211 

Taylor Distillery, Sunken Gardens 211 

Taylor Distillery, Views of.... .. 211 

Taylor Distillery, View of Ferment- 
ing Room 211 

Taylor, Marion E 55 

Terry, J. Moss.... ....231 

Third Avenue, Louisville 157 

Thomas, Judge Wm. A 173 

Thruston, R. C. Ballard .. . 97 

Tierney, Edward J 233 

Tobacco Field in Kentucky 145 

Tuck. G. 103 

Turner. Judge C .C . 29 

L T nion Depot 137 

Union Station 137 

U. S. Marine Hospital.... .. 239 

Van Cleave. Giles B 69 

Yaughan, Robert F 219 

Vogt, Ben. F .. 187 

Wakefield, John D 169 

Walker, Frank J 127 

Walker, Henry A 249 

Wathen, J. B. Tr 147 

Wathen, Otho H .. 133 

Watterson, Henry 31 

Weaver, Albert Burnley 181 

West. Thomas 127 

Whittenberg, Jesse I , 249 

Wilson, George Hall 139 

Winn. Matt J 123 

Wischmeyer, Herman 187 

W'oodcock, Rt. Rev. (Bishop) 

Charles E 87 

Wooldridge, Powhattan 193 

Wymond, Crawford S 69 

Yonts, Morton K 231 

Young, Gen'l Bennett H 141 

Zorn. Sebastian .. 129