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Fifth Street Fire Department Wreck

This wreck occurred on Fifth Street at Lambert and involved a city Fire Department car. Visible in the background is 5th Street Market.

Second Street Police Car

First Street Parking

First street parking spots in front of county court house. Visible is a Henderson Sheriff’s patrol vehicle and an assistant Fire Chief vehicle.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Henderson

National Register of Historic Places listings in Henderson. The eight-digit number next to each listing is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System…

Barrett Cemetery

Barrett cemetery is located behind the parking lot of Owensboro Health Henderson Healthplex at 1200 Barret Blvd. This area was the Boynton Merrill / Clark Merrill farm near…

National Guard Armory

The Henderson Armory, located at 735 N. Elm Street in Henderson, Kentucky, is similar in appearance to the WPA armories built ten years earlier. The Henderson Armory was…

Audubon Mill Park

Audubon Mill Park sits along water street right on the Ohio River in an area that once was the location of John James Audubon’s Saw and Grist Mill….

Plat of Audubon

State of Kentucky, Henderson County, I, Geo W. Smith, Clerk of the Henderson County Court do certify that the foregoing Play of the town of Audubon was this…

First Water Supply

Henderson’s first public water supply and public utility was a “town pump” and a well dug in the early 1800’s located at the intersection of Main and Second…

Henderson’s Famous Well

HENDERSON, KY., Aug. 1, 1912 What three years ago was said to be a well threatening the health of the city, polluted with death dealing bacilli and teeming…

Audubon Memorial State Park

The John James Audubon State Park is a 692 acre public park, 575 acres of which are historic. The historic area includes a park, museum, and nature preserve….

Water Works Park

On August 29, 1874, the city paid $7,438 to W. T. and John H. Barret, executors of the A. B. Barret estate, for grounds located on the Ohio…