Published by the Kentucky Historical Society and distributed by the University Press of Kentucky The history and beauty of the Bluegrass State come alive in words and pictures, as this volume chronicles the Kentucky experience in all its variety. Rare black-and white historic images combine with more than two hundred modern color photographs to complement a narrative written by some of the commonwealth's most celebrated wordsmiths: Thomas D. Clark, George Ella Lyon, John Ed Pearce, Gerald L. Smith, Michal Smith-Mello, and Michael T. Childress. Photographs by Dan Dry of Louisville, Kentucky. excerpt: Where are you from? qqKentucky, qq I say. I'm from a place where people still stop for funerals, where they know who your grandmother was, where they tell stories at Corn Island at the state park at the dinner table where they pass on their youngest's outgrown clothes and bring a casserole as soon as someone dies. --George Ella LyonContinuing its history of adapting to the needs of the day, Good Samaritan discontinued its Nursing School after the graduation of its 1971 class, ... The aquot; crippled childrena#39;s wardaquot; was discontinued in 1950 when Cardinal Hill Hospital opened. ... Worthy projects, such as immunizations for preschool children, will serve future unmet needs. ... Good Samaritan continues its historic relationship with the Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church while at the same time itsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Kentucky, Land of Tomorrow|
|Author||:||Thomas H. Appleton, Melba Porter Hay, James C. Klotter|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 1998|