These 12 Candid Photos Show What Life Was Like In Kentucky In The 1920s
The Bluegrass State has a fascinating history. A Southern state through and through, there are certain things that are an inextricable part of Kentucky culture: horses, bourbon, fried chicken, and scenic splendor as deep and grand as our superlative caverns and waterfalls. While the world has changed so much in the last 100 years, these places and values form the fabric of Kentucky, and remain as strong as ever today. We’re feeling nostalgic, so we thought we’d share some photos of Kentucky from the 1920s that capture the spirit of that pivotal decade.
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Did you enjoy perusing these photos of Kentucky in the 1920s? While a lot has changed, the heart and soul of the Bluegrass State has only grown bigger and better in the last 100 years.