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64 WINTER 2014 K KEENELAND.COM if these walls... 1700s. Minnie's role as an insider in the snuff bottle culture is re- vealed in a number of letters held by the University of Kentucky's Special Collections. The letters were written in 1949 and tell about the trail of stolen snuff bottles. Minnie apparently received the let- ters as a matter of interest to an insider. Some of the stolen bottles were valued at $200 to $550. Like Gen. Bodley before him, Dr. Bullock saw action in the nation's armed forces. He served in France during World War I, as a major in the renowned medical corps, organized at Good Samaritan Hos- pital and called the Barrow Unit. Josiah Combs wrote that a crowd upward of 15,000 turned out on a drizzly day to cheer the unit as it marched to Union Station. Dignitaries presented each member with a carnation. On its return home in 1919, the unit paraded from the Serving fresh thin crust Tuscan-style pizzas, never frozen beef, great fresh salads and lots of veggie options. Al fresco dining at both locations with craft beers aplenty. THE GOOSE IS LOOSE . Open every day 11:00 am til the cows come home. Lexington • Midway Passionate about your house? So are we. years of Satisfied Remodeling 30 and Custom Home Clients 859.276.1200 Congleton lumber Co Even today the gardens of the Bodley-Bullock House provide a restful sanctuary.

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