St. Paul's Cathedral, Pittsburgh, Pa. This beautiful Roman Catholic Church situated in Oakland is the head church of the Pittsburgh diocese. It is one of the many fine buildings which make this district one of the beauty spots of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh was once known as the "Smoky City" becuase of its large number of industrial smoke stacks. A period of renaissance has given the city a new image and an attractive skyline. This view is from the south bank of the Ohio River.
One of the many barns with illustrious Hex Signs displayed which can be seen throughout the Penna. Dutch Country. This barn is probably the most acclaimed in the area and is located on U.S. 22 at New Smithville, Pa.
Ashland - Home of Henry Clay in Lexington, Kentucky, now a public shrine and museum.
Man O'War - the world's most noted horse whose statue is at Faraway Farm, his home, near Lexington, Kentucky.
Thoroughbreds in scenic Kentucky
Here in the Blue Grass Region of Kentucky are some of the most celebrated Horse Farms in the World. Thousands of Tourists from everywhere come to admire the graceful horses and see the magnificent Blue Grass Horse Farms. many of these show places are located between Paris and Lexington, Kentucky.
This historical shrine is dedicated to the memory of the pioneers who foresaw the development of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Blazed by Daniel Boone, the Wilderness Road was the first wagon road to the west.
The Tomb of Washington stands immediately at the head of the pathway from the landing at Mt. Vernon. its position, small dimensions and plain form of brick were dictated by Washington at his will. The front part of the Tomb, through which one may look, contains two marble sarcophagi, one containing the remains of George Washington and the other the remains of Martha Washington. Both the sarcophagi are sealed and intended never to be opened.
Mount Vernon, the Home of Washington, is on the Virginia shore of the Potomac, 16 miles south of the Capitol. The second story end window is of the room in which Washington died. The window above is of the attic room occupied by Mrs. Washington after here husband's death and chosen because this window overlooked his tomb.
Observation Point located at Kiwanis Bridge on Kentucky Highway 90 in Cumberland Falls State Park near Corbin, Kentucky.
Pinnacle Overlook Scenic View, Cumberland Gap,
National Historic Park
Located near Middlesboro, Ky., and Cumberland Gap, Tenn., the 20,000-acre National Park, with its outstanding natural beauty, is visited by thousands of tourists, throughout the year.
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park is reached by U.S. 25-E or U.S. 58.
Lake Cumberland State Park, Kentucky
This lake, formed by the Wolf Creek Dam, provides a new recreation area in south-central Kentucky.
Wold Creek Dam
Lake Cumberland, Kentucky
The Dam, built by the U.S. Engineer Corps across the Cumberland River in Southeastern Kentucky, is 240 feet high and 5,736 feet long. Beautiful Lake Cumberland with a shoreline of 1,255 miles offers excellent fishing, boating, swimming and is one of the finest vacation centers in the United States.
Situated 366 miles south of Jacksonville, Miami is the southernmost city on the mainland of the United States. This geographical situation and the proximity of the gulf stream give it the genial warmth of climate and the tropical characteristics of vegetation which make the winter months so delightful and make it the home city it is.