Paducah, KY: Turner Publishing Company, 1994. First and Limited Edition. Hardcover. Stated limited edition (no number given), quarto size, 352 pp. Near fine. Item #18062901
This volume encompasses the history of Whitley County, Kentucky, including the first families to settle within the county and notable members of the community spanning over 150 years. Included also are black-and-white photographs of the people that propelled and innovated the county, as well as landmarks and buildings that make Whitley County a unique community. This book is a fascinating and detailed look at one of Kentucky's southern counties, of interest to natives of Kentucky or someone interested in the state's history.
___DESCRIPTION: Full navy blue leather-like material with gilt embossed seal on the front board, gilt lettering and bands on the spine, illustrated endpapers featuring buildings and landscapes of the county, reproduction of signed governor's letter congratulating the people of Whitley County for the book, replete with black-and-white photographs of people and landmarks of the county, with short biographies of the families; quarto size (11.25" by 9"), pagination:  2-352. Prior owner notes of three small pieces of paper, presumably family genealogy.
___CONDITION: Volume is near fine, with clean boards, straight corners with no rubbing, a strong, square text block with solid hinges, the interior is clean and bright, and entirely free of prior owner markings; head of the spine gently bumped, else fine.
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