Louise Jones, director of Special Collections and Library at the Kentucky Historical  Society, showed one of several letters written in the 1850s by  Ferdinand Robinson, a former slave.
Louise Jones, director of Special Collections and Library at the Kentucky Historical Society, showed one of several letters written in the 1850s by Ferdinand Robinson, a former slave. Herald-Leader
Louise Jones, director of Special Collections and Library at the Kentucky Historical Society, showed one of several letters written in the 1850s by Ferdinand Robinson, a former slave. Herald-Leader

Letters offer a glimpse of life in 1850s Lexington

August 07, 2012 05:02 PM

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