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Renfro Valley Barn Dance was an American country music stage and radio show originally carried by WLW-AM in Cincinnati, Ohio on Saturday nights. It debuted on October 9, 1937 from the Cincinnati Music Hall and moved to the Memorial Auditorium in Dayton, Ohio. . . . The show later moved to larger quarters near Mt. Vernon, Kentucky in November 1939 and was carried by WHAS-AM in Louisville, the NBC Radio Network and WCKY-AM in Cincinnati. The program is no longer broadcast, but a live show bearing its name takes place on Saturday nights at the Renfro Valley Entertainment Center in Renfro Valley, Kentucky. A sister program, the Renfro Valley Gatherin' (established in 1943), continues to air. (source: Wikipedia).
The Colonial gentleman's garden was his recreation, his health, and his pride, as it is with good people everywhere today. Half the pleasure is in having the right tools – special hoes, forks, hooks, spades and trowels for different uses – post-hole diggers, garden plows, steel wheelbarrows, every modern tool and implement essential to a blooming garden or a well-kept lawn, including grass flower and vegetable seeds. Spring is here – the garden calls – come and get your tools! We'll make the price right.
|Beautiful, colorful, immense in its ground area. The Hall of Science at A Century of Progress, Chicago's 1933 World's Fair, probably houses the most fascinating exhibits on the grounds of the Exposition.|
|A water view of the Electrical Group at A Century of Progress, Chicago. Within these flaming walls the marvels of this electrical age are presented in fascinating exhibits that dramatize progress since Pascal, Morse, Edison and Marconi.|
|The Travel and Transport Building Some is 125 feet high and 200 feet across, without a single arch, pillar, beam or other support to break its expanse. It is said to be the largest unobstructed area to be enclosed beneath a single roof.|
|The Federal Building is 620 feet long by 300 feet wide, with a rotunda 70 feet in diameter surmounted by a 75-foot dome around which the three fluted towers are grouped. The Federal Building adjoins the Hall of the States.|
|THE BLOWING ROCK, BLOWING ROCK, NORTH CAROLINA|
One of North Carolina's principal scenic attractions along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
|LAKE OF THE CLOUDS|
In the Porcupine Mountains, highest section of Michigan in the Upper Peninsula.
Beautiful scenic views are found throughout the colorful and rustic Ozark Mountains.
|RED CANYON OF THE GREEN RIVER|
A lake will fill approx. 450 feet of this 1,700 deep canyon when the Upper Colorado River dam project is completed (ca. 1957)
|CRATER LAKE, OREGON|
Children feeding the chipmunk at this famous and beautiful National Park.
|VIEW FROM MT. SPOKANE|
Looking southeast, Spokane, Washington