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Lost Lexington: An Interview with Peter Brackney

Mariam interviews Peter Brackney, author of the 2014 book Lost Lexington, and creator of the blog "The Kaintuckeean." They discuss a few of the lost landmarks in the book, buildings that have been lost since 2014, and buildings that have been saved and renovated. Peter’s blog is https://www.kaintuckeean.com/. Mariam and Peter mention an earlier episode of the podcast, which you can listen to here: https://www.lexpublib.org/podcasts/cholera-part-two-pie-seller-drunk-and-lady-2018

Lost Lexington is available for checkout from the Lexington Public Library: https://catalog.lexpublib.org/?section=resource&resourceid=6771722 

Episode #: 

24

Duration: 

1374

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