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Christian Church, Cynthiana, 1951

Posted on November 20, 2016 | in Uncategorized | by
The Christian Church at Main and Mill Streets in Cynthiana was one of several buildings featured in a January 7, 1951 article by J. Frank Adams in the Herald-Leader. The story was the seventh in a series on Blue Grass communities and touted the growth of the Harrison County seat which had been founded in 1793 and named for two daughters, Cynthia and Anna, of its first settler, Robert Harrison, a blacksmith. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

The Christian Church at Main and Mill streets in Cynthiana was one of several buildings featured in a Jan. 7, 1951, article by J. Frank Adams in the Herald-Leader. The story was the seventh in a series on Bluegrass communities and touted the growth of the Harrison County seat, which was founded in 1793 and was named for two daughters, Cynthia and Anna, of its first settler, blacksmith Robert Harrison. Herald-Leader Archive Photo

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