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Navigate this site by clicking on the links on the left.  The Early Years pages contain photographs from 1896 to 1929. There are various shots of Main Street when the roads were dirt and most of the buildings were simple wooden structures. There are several views of the old court houses and scenes of the arrival of the first locomotive in 1912. The 1930s - 1940s page covers a period of time when Hazard and Perry County were becoming prosperous due to the growing coal industry. The 1950s - 1960s is well represented here. These pages contain the largest number of photographs. There are several good shots of a crowded Main Street bustling with people, classic cars, and busy shops. A few of these photographs are in color.

As the name implies,  Flood Pictures  has a number of photos from the devastating floods that hit the region in 1927, 1939, 1957, and 1963.  There are many shots of flooded  businesses and clean-up work.  The Miscellaneous page has a mixture of things in it including old advertisements, a bus schedule, radio program listings, posters and brochures.

Thank you for visiting and please leave your comments in the Guest Book. Use the Message Board to leave questions, answers, announcements, additional information, etc., or perhaps it can help you in genealogy research or in contacting old friends.

Click here for a brief history of Hazard and Perry County