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Photo area roughly bound by ...  The river on the north and west - 12th St. on the east and Algonquin Pkwy on the south . See Portland and Fontaine Ferry Park at the "Special" section  Hover over...

Photo area roughly bound by . The river on the north and west - St. on the east and Algonquin Pkwy on the south . See Portland and Fontaine Ferry Park at the "Special" section Hover over.

Poplar Level Rd. & Trevilian Way Louisville Kentucky 1940's

Photo area roughly bound on the - north by Eastern Pkwy - south by Outer Loop - west by Manslick - east by Poplar Level. Includes areas around Churchill Downs, the Fairgrounds, U of L, Iroquois Park,.

I have eaten here! KFC-The Original Kentucky Fried Chicken in Corbin, KY

woohoo KFC-The Original Kentucky Fried Chicken in Corbin, KY mmm finger lickin goodness right there.

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a CPAP Mask http://www.thecpapshop.com/blog/2014/11/ultimate-guide-to-choosing-a-cpap-mask/

New to CPAP? Struggling to find the right CPAP mask? The CPAP Shop's infographic guide will help you pick the right type and style for you.

The Comet FOntaine Ferry Park, Louisville KY.....I remember my Dad talking about this roller coaster

Fontaine Ferry Park, Louisville's first amusement park, thrived for over 50 years, entertaining generation after generation of Louisvillians!

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Life hack: Printer ink - Funny how-to for saving on printer cartridges that can be reset when they appear to be empty.

And the main reason behind her success??: "She was determined to make enough money to provide her daughter with a formal education." So, Walker began her line of Black hair products, educating others on how to properly maintain their locks. She employed several thousand women! She donated to multiple charities + organizations, was a passionate activist.. Right on!

And the main reason behind her success?: "She was determined to make enough money to provide her daughter with a formal education.

Tornado damage at Eleventh Street and Market Street looking east, from March 27, 1890 storm, Louisville, Kentucky. :: R. G. Potter Collection

Tornado damage at Eleventh Street and Market Street looking east, from March 1890 storm, Louisville, Kentucky.

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