The sun rose near a tobacco barn in the Jessamine County community of Pink, which was named for the first postmaster, James Pink Overstreet. The head of the Kentucky Heritage Council said old barns are disappearing from the countryside "at an alarming rate."
The sun rose near a tobacco barn in the Jessamine County community of Pink, which was named for the first postmaster, James Pink Overstreet. The head of the Kentucky Heritage Council said old barns are disappearing from the countryside "at an alarming rate." Lexington Herald-Leader
The sun rose near a tobacco barn in the Jessamine County community of Pink, which was named for the first postmaster, James Pink Overstreet. The head of the Kentucky Heritage Council said old barns are disappearing from the countryside "at an alarming rate." Lexington Herald-Leader

In Kentucky, part of the 'cultural landscape' is in peril

March 08, 2014 11:48 PM