Jefferson Street - Abraham Drake House/Caulder Post #132
This house was originally built in the 1820s for Abraham Drake, Lexington's postmaster general. In 1940, it became headquarters of the American Legion Nathan Caulder Post #132. The post, organized in 1920, was named in honor of Nathan Caulder, a military veteran of the Buffalo Soldiers, Spanish American War, and World War I. Caulder was a career soldier, ultimately dying in France in 1919 during World War I. He is buried at African Cemetery #2.
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Here are a few of the best places to visit within walking distance or a quick drive