Landmark Report


Volume enumeration varies and may not be sequential, topics in this issue include:

“Lament for a Lost City”, Poem by Renee Kahn, Main Street Buildings Lost

Architectural Details

“Perkins Receives State Award” by Paula Trafton

“Western Restores Cherry Statue to Its 1930s Grandeur”

by Sue Lynn Stone

“Jonesville” by Maxine Ray

“Federal Policy is Part of the Problem, Can It Be Part of the Solution

to Sprawl?” by Richard Moe

“Old Newspapers Microfilmed” by Jonathan Jeffrey

“Brown Family and Brown-Forman Corp Win National Honor”

Annual Meeting Scrapbook

“Rambling in Bardstown”

“Historic Homeownership Assistance Act of 1999”

“Slaughter Receives Heritage Award” by Jean Thomason

“Kentucky Library Acquires 1000th Broadside” by Jonathan Jeffrey

“UK Starts Historic Preservation Program”


Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky


Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis | Historic Preservation and Conservation | Public History