Henry Clay’s Ashland

A Pictorial Tribute to one of America’s Greatest Statesmen and his Lexington, Kentucky Estate

Retail Price: $39.95
If you have visited the beautiful grounds of Ashland, the 19th century Lexington estate of legendary Kentucky statesman Henry Clay, you understand why it is such a popular tourist destination admired for its splendor, architecture and historical significance.

To celebrate the structural achievements of this historic mansion, The Henry Clay Memorial Foundation is proud to offer a collector’s quality signature book featuring over 200 photos of the Ashland mansion, its rooms, furniture, outbuildings and grounds, taken by celebrated Kentucky photographer Bob Willcutt.

The 9×12-inch, hardbound coffee-table volume includes 208 pages printed in full-color on heavy-weight gloss paper for superior photo reproduction and durability, a lasting tribute to Senator Clay and his stately mansion.


Proceeds from the sale of this book will also help other communities and organizations preserve their history through Our American Heritage Project, a non-profit organization.
About The Author

Bob Willcutt 

Bob Willcutt has always had an interest and respect for all types of art, especially photography. In the 1960s, he was the photo editor for his high school newspaper (Woodrow Wilson High in Washington, DC), and learned to shoot with film as well as mastering darkroom development techniques. Living in the nation’s capital exposed him to the best art museums and a level of expected expertise in all endeavors.

He came to Kentucky in 1966 to attend the University of Kentucky, and although Learn More about Bob Willcutt

Bob Willcutt
Book Details
Author: Bob Willcutt
Photographer: Bob Willcutt
Pages: 208 pages
Product Dimensions: 9" x 12"
ISBN: 978-1-948901-27-7
Cover Type: Hardcover
Case Quantity: 10

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