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Pauline Tabor (Webster), the madam of the Souths most famous house of prostitution for almost 40 years, talks about the plans to sell her priceless collection of antiques at public auction later this month at her home in Bowling Green, Ky. May 5, 1973. Her book,

Pauline Tabor (Webster), who formerly was the madam of one of the Souths most widely known houses of prostitution, shows off May 5, 1973 some of the items from her home in Bowling Green, Ky., that will be up for auction later in the month.

Daniel Boone - Daniel Boone* (November 2, 1734-1820) – Hunted and explored Kentucky (1767-74.) Cleared the Wilderness Road and founded Fort Boonesborough, 1775. Born in Berks County, Pennsylvania, died in Osage Creek, Missouri, buried in Frankfort. From Kentucky Tourism

Pauline Tabor~Ran a brothel in Bowling Green, Ky. from the 1930's-1960's.--wrote a book & was on the Tonight Show w/Johnny Carson

Pauline's - a book about Pauline Tabor, a madam that ran a brothel in Bowling Green, Kentucky many years ago. True story.