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Twelve Kentucky libraries receive copies of Kentucky 120

kentucky120Photographer took photos from all 120 counties

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 5, 2014) — Libraries in many parts of the state will receive the recently published book Kentucky 120 as a gift from donors who supported the crowd source funded project initiated by Frankfort photographer Ed Lawrence and his newly formed publishing company Zedz Press.

Kentucky 120 is a collection of landscape photographs from each of Kentucky’s 120 counties. A photographic portrait of Kentucky in book form — Ed Lawrence conveys his love and deep appreciation for all of Kentucky, from the Mississippi River to the Appalachian Mountains.

The following libraries have received a copy of Kentucky 120:

  • Clark County Public Library, from Wyn Morris, Lexington.
  • Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library, from Steve and Marsha Moses, Cynthiana.
  • Graves County Public Library, from Gary Key, Lexington.
  • Hancock County Public Library, from William C. Muffett, Washington, D.C.
  • Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library, from Linda K. Breathitt, Lexington.
  • Lexington Public Library, from Mike and Chris Huskisson, Versailles.
  • Louisville Free Public Library, from Todd P. Lowe, Louisville.
  • Lucille Little Fine Arts Library, University of Kentucky, from Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, Lexington.
  • Paul Sawyier Public Library, from (the late) Gene  Turner and Lana Turner, Pelham, Ala.
  • Rowan County Public Library, from Dale Adrion, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
  • Sayre School Library, from Isabel and Cosby Green, Lexington.
  • Shelby County Public Library, from Dennis and Ann Horn, Shelbyville.