Lexington: Living in the Museum (Ashland)

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Henry Bullock, 1917 (Photo from History of a House Museum)

A wonderful blog post about a particularly challenging situation during Ashland’s early days as a house museum in the 1950s when Henry Clay’s great-great-grandson, Henry McDowell Bullock (1893-1976), resided on the second floor. My own tour this summer was so much tamer in comparison!  https://wordpress.com/read/post/id/25020498/1188

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Henry Clay’s Ashland, Summer 2015

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