|Maker||Scott County, Kentucky|
|Dimensions||H-30.5 W-17.5 D-5.25 inches|
|Description||This is a mantle clock with a brocken pediment. There are smooth turned pillars on either side of the front. The piece has raised ball feet. The dial face is numbered 1-12. There is a a reverse painting on the lower glass front of a river scene.|
|Notes||This clock supposedly came from the Choctaw Academy that was operated by Richard M. Johnson at White Sulphur in Scott County from 1825-1842.|
|Collection||Mrs. William M. Lindsay Collection|
Johnson, Richard M.
Lindsay, Mrs. W.M.
Clock & watch industry
Clock & watch making
Clocks & watches
Indians of North America
Scott County (Ky.)
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|