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    • Louisville Lawyer 18.1, Spring 1974

    • University of Louisville. School of Law; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; University of Louisville--Faculty; University of Louisville--Employees; Law students; Law & legal affairs; Law and...
    • The Louisville Lawyer (1955-1974) was the first of three official University of Louisville School of Law student publications. This is the final issue of The Louisville Lawyer. It is succeeded by the Louisville Law Examiner.
    • Law School News Letter, no. 5, December 1944

    • University of Louisville. School of Law; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; University of Louisville--Faculty; University of Louisville--Employees; Law libraries; Legal education; Libraries
    • The first newsletter was compiled by Pearl Weiler (later Von Allmen), librarian at the University of Louisville School of Law, to disseminate news regarding the Law School and its alumni, then-current students, faculty, staff, and other associates...
    • Chemistry Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Research facilities;
    • The Chemistry Building is located on the second, and final, location of the Naval Barracks, which were razed to accommodate its construction in 1979. Location: Belknap Campus: 2320 South Brook Street. Current uses: A&S Chemistry offices, labs and...
    • Guernica, study.

    • Cubist; Modern (styles and periods)
    • "Picasso did forty-five studies for Guernica. The one illustrated here shows the dying horse and the mother with the dead child. They have been changed in the final painting, although they retain their basic character. The Cubist neck of the horse...
    • 365 days: photographs.

    • Artists' books--Specimens; Kentucky
    • One-of-a-kind. In a portfolio box made by sculptor Kevin Titzer. " ... a photo journal, capturing each day in one photograph. The final 365 photographs represent where Friedman was that day, physically and mentally. The photographs were taken with...
    • Memorial Day ceremony at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Cave Hill Cemetery (Louisville, Ky.); Memorial rites & ceremonies; Rites & ceremonies; Commemorations; Military organizations; Flag bearers; Military personnel; People associated with military activities; Holidays
    • A series of four images from a Memorial Day ceremony at Cave Hill Cemetery located at 701 Baxter Avenue in Louisville, Ky. The first image shows a group of ten white men, some of whom are wearing military uniforms posing on the grounds of the...
    • Pendennis Club under construction, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Construction; Progress photographs; Construction workers; Business districts; Clubs
    • Four photographs from construction of the Pendennis Club located at 218 Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Blvd.). The first photograph shows construction workers around the location, working on building the foundation for the new building. Several...
    • Ewald Iron Company interiors, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Iron industry; Metalwork; Metalworkers; Ironwork; Industry; Metallurgical industry; Industrial facilities; Factories; Furnaces; Smelting; Men; African Americans; Laborers
    • Five photographs showing workers inside the Ewald Iron Co. plant at 224 N. Clay St. in Louisville, Ky. The first photograph (110223) shows two African American men holding long iron poles pushed into a knobble furnace. The second photograph...
    • Greer family portraits, 1930.

    • Men; Women; Families; People; Group portraits; Portraits; Portrait photographs; Clothing & dress
    • Three group studio portraits of a white family. According to the invoice, this may be the Greer family. The first two portraits are of a middle aged man and woman, and two adolescent men. The older man and youngest son are seated while the other...
    • Locust Grove, Louisville, Kentucky, 1922.

    • Locust Grove (Louisville, Ky.: Estate); Dwellings; Houses; Mansions; Porches; Buildings
    • Address: 561 Blankenbaker Lane, Louisville, Kentucky. This Georgian style home was built by William and Lucy Clark Croghan in 1790 on the property known as Locust Grove. William was a Major in the Continental Army, and Lucy was a sister of General...
    • Bridge at Rough River, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Bridges; Rivers; Bridge construction; United States. Works Progress Administration
    • Men building bridge at Rough River, Kentucky. Six men work to build the final span of a rough wood bridge. Large logs are being laid lengthwise from the last support to the bank. Across similar logs, small logs have already been laid horizontally...
    • Press box, Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Racetracks (Horse racing); Churchill Downs (Louisville, Ky. : Racetrack); Historic sites
    • View from the press box at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929. Crowd watching race in progress, on the final stretch. In the infield, there are small clumps of bushes variously spaced. Behind the track are some buildings, one with a "First...
    • Chrysallis/Michigan/U.S.A.

    • Saginaw Valley State College. Chrysallis Center for Continuing Education
    • Quilt workers: Designed by Janus Lee, 26, artist. / Executed by: Seraphina Lee Kaufman, 10 months, lover-button / Jean Cheger, 52, principle needleworker, sociology / Rosalie Riegle Troester, 44, Coordinator, English / Patricia Wolfgram, 39,...

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