Boyle Landmark Trust recognizes T. B. Bright House and Farmstead for historical preservation
Several members of the Boyle Landmark Trust recently presented Chris Kubale and the Kubale family, a historical plaque for their efforts in historical preservation of the T. B. Bright House and Farmstead located on Lexington Road. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this property is an example of late 19th century stock farmstead in Boyle County.
Jacob Pankey, chair of the Boyle Landmark Trust, along with board members George Coomer, Barbara Hulette, Kathy Milby, Susan Jonas and James Hunn presented the plaque to Chris Kubale, Travis and Margaret Kubale and Jane Rutherford Kubale
The program recognized the property as being at least 100 years old — there is recorded and documented history of the property — and, Kubale’s support of architectural historic preservation within Boyle County.
The Boyle Landmark Trust, which was founded in 1971, works to assure that architectural history is respected, protected and preserved for future generations.
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