Above: The Simpson Farm, originally known as Kiser  Station, was built in Bourbon County in 1785, with the back section added between 1800 and 1810. 
Left: New York architectural photographer Pieter  Estersohn is a frequent visitor to Kentucky through is longtime friendship with Gainesway Farm owner Antony Beck, who suggested Estersohn's new book.
Above: The Simpson Farm, originally known as Kiser Station, was built in Bourbon County in 1785, with the back section added between 1800 and 1810. Left: New York architectural photographer Pieter Estersohn is a frequent visitor to Kentucky through is longtime friendship with Gainesway Farm owner Antony Beck, who suggested Estersohn's new book. Herald-Leader
Above: The Simpson Farm, originally known as Kiser Station, was built in Bourbon County in 1785, with the back section added between 1800 and 1810. Left: New York architectural photographer Pieter Estersohn is a frequent visitor to Kentucky through is longtime friendship with Gainesway Farm owner Antony Beck, who suggested Estersohn's new book. Herald-Leader

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May 24, 2014 7:40 PM

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