Abraham Lincoln’s Kentucky: on the blog today! Link in bio. 🎩🌳 This cabin belonged to a childhood friend of Lincoln’s and has been reconstructed (literally!) at Knob Creek Farm, Lincoln’s second home.
One of my favorite interior shots from a recent architectural shoot at the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience in Louisville KY. Need architectural photography that rocks?! Head over to www.digitalartthatrocks.com
The Federal style Old Governor’s Mansion was built around 1797, and occupied by 35 governors between the time of its construction and 1914. After that date, it stood mostly vacant and neglected, and was scheduled for demolition in 1948. Governor Simeon Willis (whose wife would become the first director of the State Historic Preservation Office) intervened to save the building. From 1956-2002, it served as the official residence of the Kentucky Lieutenant Governor. Frankfort, Kentucky. #historicarchitecture#oldhouselove#kentuckyarchitecture#historickentucky#federalstyle#frankfortky