Bradley Fister on the History of Court Street and Downtown Versailles, KY, May 25

Randolph Hollingsworth's picture
May 25, 2017
Kentucky, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Architecture and Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Local History

The next meeting of the Woodford County Historical Society will be at 6:30 p.m., May 25, at the society's library and museum, 121 Rose Hill, Versailles.

The guest speaker will be Bradley Fister, a Lexington resident with roots in Woodford County. He is a University of Kentucky graduate with a degree in interior design. He is a teaching assistant pursuing a master's degree in interiors and a candidate for certification in historic preservation.

As an undergrad, he research the Amsden Bank building at South Main and Court streets in Versailles, KY. Currently, his research in academia is on potential adaptive re-use of the old buildings around Versailles' courthouse square.

Members and guests are welcome to attend to envision our town's future.

Contact Info: 

Judy Phillips
Woodford County Historical Society

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