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Title Benjamin Franklin Avery
Collection National City Bank of Louisville Print Collection
Object Name Print, Photomechanical
Catalog Number 013PC56.06
Description Portrait of Benjamin Franklin Avery (1801-1885), First National Bank of Louisville president or board member from 1868-1869. Avery was born in 1801 in Aurora, New York. He first began a plow company in 1825 in Clarksville, Pennsylvania, selling the company to a brother after returning to Aurora after the death of his father. Along with a nephew, Daniel Humphrey Avery, he moved to Louisville, KY and began his new plow business in 1847. When Daniel moved on in 1850, the company was organized as B.F. Avery Plows. Operation was suspended during the Civil War, but reopened after the war as B.F. Avery & Sons, and now included his three sons.
Photographer Berry, John T. Louisville, Ky. - copy
Date ca. 1865-1870
Year Range from 1865
Year Range to 1870
Place Kentucky / Jefferson County / Louisville
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