|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
|Scope & Content||Photocopy of a January 8, 1942 Fincastle Herald article with stories about Jockey Alley, the street behind the courthouse in Fincastle, Virginia where on court days horses were raced, traded and bought, and a social experience occurred. The article includes initials, either H.R. or C. H. R. Two followup articles by Bob Willis describe Wiliam deJ. Rutherfoord's painting of Jockey Alley.|
Social life & customs
Rutherfoord, William deJ.
Snyder, Ernest Cline
|Collection||Dorothy S. Kessler Collection|
|Copyright||Fincastle Herald, republished by permission|