Mary Rose Harley, 71, shown in this photo held by nephew Brent Steele, was an employee of Old Fort Harrod State Park in Harrodsburg for more than 40 years.
Mary Rose Harley, 71, shown in this photo held by nephew Brent Steele, was an employee of Old Fort Harrod State Park in Harrodsburg for more than 40 years. Greg Kocher | Staff
Mary Rose Harley, 71, shown in this photo held by nephew Brent Steele, was an employee of Old Fort Harrod State Park in Harrodsburg for more than 40 years. Greg Kocher | Staff

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