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  • June 2017

     

    • Many historic boats have floated past Paducah
    • An unusual taste treat... Chocolate Chip Pound Cake
    • Dr Robertson’s unique possession gave a great deal of trouble
    • Hawk Cave’s relative operated on the Duchess of Windsor
    • Ringling Bros, Barnum and Bailey, And others visited Paducah
    • History Quiz with connections to Paducah...see how well you do!
    • The Kentucky Opera House offered many attractions

     

  • May 2017

    • Back door traders made Life a little easier
    • Civil War trivia can be a real eye opener
    • British coronation china becomes popular with collectors
    • Penny Field’s Chicken Costa Brava is a tasty treat
    • Presenting Paducah’s history... a few artifacts at a time
    • The sensational seedsman
    • Message from the Executive Director
  • April 2017

    • Rudy’s Department Store... all that and a whole lot more
    • USS Arizona artifact arrives at Museum
    • J.A. Bauer Pottery of Paducah
    • Bake a delicious treat... Apples and Cheddar O’Gratin
    • Paducah’s laundries: A squeaky clean business
    • New exhibits for 2017
    • Message from the Executive Director

  • March 2017

    • The thrilling story of the  USS Gunboat ‘Paducah’
    • Take the All American Presidential Quiz!
    • Henry Clay statue has fascinating provenance
    • Buttermilk Pound Cake with Lemon Glaze...Yum!
    • Three Presidential assassinations: one person had connections to all
    • Mr. Michael of Michael Hardware: An example of a hard working man
    • Wow! The Bible had some stories I must have missed...

   
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