Kentucky Progress Magazine


The Kentucky Progress Commission, formed in 1928 sought to draw tourism and business to our state. The Kentucky Legislature created the board with 12 members. The The magazine featured local interest stories, photographs of people, places, roads, industries and activities. Many ads featured business from the various cities around the state. Published monthly from September 1928 through August 1932, it continued quarterly until the Spring issue of 1936. Please note that some issues contain material that is under copyright, but qualifies for display by libraries under Section 108(h) of US Copyright Law. It is the user's responsibility to determine the copyright status of the material they want to use.


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