B.A. Tucker Desk

 

 

The hand made desk belonging to B.A. Tucker.
Photo by Vaughn Maness / The Lexington Progress.

 

The relics of our ancestors serve as a look into a different time. Time’s constant aging alchemy make us temporary creatures on this planet, and we yearn for ways to be remembered after we’re gone.    Looking for Scotts Hill’s Flag Day display, we had gone to the Scotts Hill City Hall. While there, we read up on some of Scotts Hill’s history by looking at their museum. With all the notable history of Scotts Hill in front of us, it is inevitable that we would read about professor B. A. Tucker. The Scotts Hill College had been established under Professor Tucker’s leadership in 1896, and had continued until Tucker’s death in 1903.    We had been reading about Tucker until we were told that the City Hall had the desk that Tucker had…

For the complete story, see the June 21st edition of The Lexington Progress.

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