American Ingenuity: Sportswear, 1930S-1970s by Richard Martin

By Richard Martin

A learn of mid-twentieth-century American sports clothing.

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9; Franklin, 7; and James, 4). He had $2,000 and $600 worth of property (Patrick 1988:5). In 1880, Peter D. S. Population Census for Powell County as a 59-year-old farmer living with his 53-yearold wife Sarah and children Arminta (22); William (20), George R. (19); Franklin (18); James (14), and John T. (25) (Morton 1994:5; Patrick 1994:5). Peter DeWitt Berry, like his brother Isaac Newton Berry, was related to the millstone making DeWitt family through his mother. Thomas Berry Thomas Berry was listed in Fayette County on February 27, 1790 (Heinemann 1976:11).

Included are sections on the geology, soils, and flora. Discussions on climate and fauna were felt to be beyond the scope of the study. Powell County is situated in east central Kentucky within the Knobs region. ” The Red River, a tributary of the Kentucky River, flows westward across the center of the county. Geology The millstones from the Powell County quarries were manufactured from a conglomerate. ” The geological deposits of northern Powell County were essential for the establishment of the millstone quarries.

The Filson Historical Society of Louisville, Kentucky, has an original handwritten contract between Charles Colyer and Sidney Payne Clay of Bourbon County (Colyer 1824). This document is from the Sidney Payne Clay Papers (A\C621a, folder 5) in The Filson Historical Society’s Special Collections. The text of the contract and directions to Clay’s house are quoted below with the permission of The Filson Historical Society: 28 Feb 1824 I Charles Colyer of Rockcastle County the state of Kentucky do hereby agree to deliver to Sidney P.

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