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Books – Periodicals – Encyclopedias
- The Squire’ Sketches of Lexington by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
- Lexington: The Athens of the West by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
- Court-Houses of Lexington by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
- John Bradford and the Kentucky Gazette: Revolutionizing the Ohio Valley Frontier
- Women in Fayette County History by Kitty Thornton
- The History of Pioneer Lexington by Charles R. Staples
- The Founding of Lexington 1775-1776 by Carolyn Murray Wooley
- A Memoir of Lexington and its Vicinity by William A. Leavy
- Lost Lexington Kentucky by Peter Brackney
- Gratz Park Compiled by Susan Coats
- Grimes Mill by Harry G. Enoch
- History of Lexington, KY by George W. Ranck
- Lexington Heart of the Bluegrass” by John D. Wright, Jr.
- Bryan Station Heroes and Heroines by Virginia Webb Howard
- Governors of Kentucky 1792 – 1942 by G. Glen Clift
- The Kentucky Encyclopedia John G. Kleber, Editor-in-Chief
- History of Kentucky by the late Lewis Collins
- University of Kentucky Basketball: 101 years by UK Basketball Museum
- “Wicked Lexington KY by Fiona Young Brown”
- Harrodsburg: by Dawn Rightmyer
- Famous Kentucky Duels; by J. Winston Coleman, Jr.
- Keeneland: A Thoroughbred Legacy; Editor Jacqueline Duke 2010
- Horse Racing in Central Kentucky and Jefferson County; Marjorie Rieser University of Louisville
- History of Kentucky; by Zachariah Frederick Smith
- Baseball In Louisville; by Anne Jewell
- A Kentucky Sampler; Lowell Harrison & Nelson L. Dawson
- Kentucky Rising; James A. Ramage & Andrea S. Watkins
- Keeneland-Thoroughbred Legacy Celebrating Tradition; Editor Jacqueline Duke 2010
- Kenneth Barnett Tankersley, Ph.D., Department of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati
- Racelens; Philip von Borries
- Racing Around Kentucky; Lynn S. Renau