Photos from The History of Carlisle County, published in 1976 by a group of citizens, and out of print
Submitted by Kathleen
Play and Civic Duty
[ABOVE] - Arlington Baseball Team 1905 (for searching): Vernon Sullenger Willis Ellis, Roy Neville, Jack Patrick, Robert Rowland, Robert P, Hocker, Ollie Bonds, Ernest Owen, Aubrey Mosby & Henry Neville.
[ABOVE] - The Cleaning Club: Minnie Stanley, Nate Tucker, J.B. Wortham, Lizzie Owen, Ed McMichael, R.E. Stanley, Bessie Hatch Barclay, Mary Upshaw, Velma Holt, Lucy Long Stanley, Albert Stanley, Zaidee Glass Neville, Sallie Neville Payne, Mollie McMichael, Dr. W.Z. Jackson, John G. Mitchell, Robert P. Hocker, Sr., Ernest H. Owen, James Henry Payne, Euin C. Neville, Katie Neville, Justa Webb Tucker, David P. Upshaw, Gladys Rowland Hocker, Annie Davis Neville, John C. Neville, Julia Edwards Neville, L.H. Barclay, Helen H. Mitchell, Roy Neville, Joe Kell and Sallie Kell.
[BELOW LEFT] - Milburn Baseball Team. (back row, from left), Unknown, Isaac Jones (pitcher), Unknown, Unknown, Prentice D. George (Manager and Umpire), Jim Summers, Catcher, Unknown and Iva Peebles.
(From row). Ernest Boswell is second from left. The remaining men are unknown.
Jacob Flegle, Sr., J. Flegle & Son, J. Flegle., Sr., E.D. Flegle, J. Flegle., Jr., Flegle Bros.
F.M. Harper Huckster wagon with F.M. Harper & Jim Harper
Milburn Merchants: Chris Cate, George W. Witty, Will Crider, Henry D. Evans, Judge Murray, John Thomas, Sutton, Carl Wilkerson, Ethlan Boswell, Mark Tackett, Dr. Howard, Lacy Payne & Ernest Boswell.
Lize Berry Restaurant, Arlington
George E. Fisher's Drug Store, Bardwell, KY: Robert Anderson
1st Carlisle Co. Courthouse
(part of a postcard with the graded school)
Woodmen of the World: This appears to have been taken at the old Bardwell Cemetary & I'm guessing that it's taken before 1900. There's no photographer/studio name on it. I recognize the tallest fella on the right side of the flag - Gus Frech. This photo belonged to my Grandmother, Lena Martin (nee Horn). She was born & raised in Bardwell.
Stationery of the Bardwell Furniture and Undertaking Co., owned by my grandfather, J E "Ed" Martin. Photo was possibly taken in front of the old courthouse in Bardwell. He was the town's undertaker until his death in 1934.
911 mural painted by the submitter on the side of her building in Bardwell. At the time of the 1917 tornado, the bottom of the building housed the telephone company, and the upper story was the law office of Thad Collins. The tornado tore off the top story, and it was built back shortly thereafter. The line of newer brick can be discerned above the mural.
The Carlisle County Museum and Library has a large collections of photos from the tornado.