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We could not find information to corroborate this fact, so it has since been removed. The Talisman regrets this error. On Clay Street from until the late 60s, there stood a house just like any other. It had white columns in front of the doors with a chimney ascending from the shingled roof. The only occasional oddity was the milk can that occasionally migrated from the driveway to the front porch. The milk can on the porch signified that Clay Street was open for business.
Inside the house was a peculiar company run by single mother Pauline Tabor. In the interview, she sits beside actor Roger Moore and actress Roberta Flack in a floral dress and a fur wrap. She felt it was the most sensible way to make ends meet once she was solely responsible for raising her two boys. The house on Clay Street had two stories.
The first was where Tabor lived and entertained both customers and guests. Upstairs was where the business took place. Photo contributed by the Kentucky Museum. She could often be found playing cards in the kitchen with the local college boys, since the brothel was within walking distance from WKU. Tabor also padded her income by providing a jukebox and a Coke machine, since she did not allow alcohol on the premises. However, Tabor was not as shunned by the town as many would expect.
She was known throughout town for providing money to anyone who needed it without a second thought. When she found out that children needed coats at the local elementary school, she immediately provided them, and continued to do so for years to come. Because of her discretion and generosity, Tabor often avoided legal trouble. That is, until when nearby Camp Campbell, a local military base, had an outbreak of sexually transmitted diseases at the camp.
Tabor and her girls were taken into custody. This was a particularly hard blow for Tabor who maintained two golden rules in her home: She was known throughout town for getting her girls tested regularly for sexually transmitted diseases. Eventually, Tabor said that she rectified her legal drama with the military by simply requiring soldiers to take off their hats and ties when entering the brothel. When she met Tabor, she had abandoned Clay Street and was living on a spacious farm.