Terry Foody, at Gratz Park with the Gratz House behind her, with her new book, The Pie Seller, The Drunk and the Lady, about Lexington's 1833 cholera epidemic.
Terry Foody, at Gratz Park with the Gratz House behind her, with her new book, The Pie Seller, The Drunk and the Lady, about Lexington's 1833 cholera epidemic. Lexington Herald-Leader
Terry Foody, at Gratz Park with the Gratz House behind her, with her new book, The Pie Seller, The Drunk and the Lady, about Lexington's 1833 cholera epidemic. Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington's 1833 cholera epidemic chronicled in new book

October 27, 2014 03:18 PM

UPDATED October 28, 2014 05:47 AM

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