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    • Girl's Dormitory, called "Carnahan Hall".

    • Girl's Dormitory, called "Carnahan Hall".

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Educational facilities; Boarding schools

    • Carnahan Hall, a three-story girls' dormitory, which was built at Oneida Baptist Institute in 1905. The frame building at the left is a meat house and laundry. Carnahan Hall was converted to a boy's dormitory in 1925 and razed in 1968. This image...
    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dwellings; Houses

    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings Jones. See...
    • Open air court.

    • Open air court.

    • Men; Judicial proceedings; Town meetings

    • Robert Carnahan and other men are gathered in the yard next to Oneida Mercantile Company's "Big Store" for a Magisterial Court meeting. The "Big Store" also housed the Masonic Lodge on the second floor. Handwritten on bottom...
    • Watering horse.

    • Watering horse.

    • Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Streams

    • A horse-drawn wagon full of passengers pauses to water the horses. Robert Carnahan, whose father was known as the wealthiest man in Oneida, watches as the horses drink from Goose Creek.
    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Fences; Trees

    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida, Kentucky. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings...
    • Girls after about a year at Oneida.

    • Girls after about a year at Oneida.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Girls; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Group portraits

    • Seven young women pose outside the girls' dormitory, Carnahan Hall. Della Davidson, whose father and brother were killed in the feuds is on left. Her sister, Esther Davidson, is in the center. Lillie DeZarn is on the far right.
    • View of Oneida.

    • View of Oneida.

    • Cityscape photographs; Farms; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities; Buildings

    • A view of the town of Oneida from Sandlin Hill. Lee Combs' farm and house on the South Fork are on the left. The white two-story "Big Store" is at the foot of the hill on the left. Oneida Baptist Institute's Marvin Hall is the building...
    • Women and children.

    • Women and children.

    • Women; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities

    • Two female staff members and five children pose outside Carnahan Hall at Oneida Baptist Institute. See ULPA 1982.01.368.p, ULPA 1982.01.369.p, ULPA 1982.01.370.p and ULPA 1982.01.374.p for other images of the woman on the left. Handwritten on...
    • Dead mule.

    • Dead mule.

    • Mules; Men; Boys; Confrontations; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • Boys and men stand around George Baker's dead mule at the bottom of the hill in front of Marvin Hall. Carnahan Hall is on the right. The mule was killed when two men on opposite sides of the Baker-Howard feud clashed and opened fire. Charlie...
    • Teachers and students under tree.

    • Teachers and students under tree.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; School children; Trees

    • Two teachers and their young students pose under a tree. Several of the students are holding flowers or small branches. Carnahan Hall is in background. Handwritten on bottom border: 423. See ULPA 1982.01.477.p, ULPA 1982.01.498.p, and ULPA...
    • Man.

    • Man.

    • Men; Portrait photographs

    • A double exposure print with two different portraits of same man. The man is not identified, but may be Robert Carnahan, Jr. Handwritten on bottom border: 445. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Young students.

    • Young students.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; School children; Trees; Group portraits

    • Young students pose under a tree. Several of the students are holding flowers or small branches. Carnahan Hall is in background. Handwritten on bottom border: 477. See ULPA 1982.01.423p, ULPA 1982.01.498.p, and ULPA 1982.01.504.p for other images...
    • Girl's Dormitory.

    • Girl's Dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Educational facilities; Boarding schools

    • Carnahan Hall, a three-story brick building, erected as a girls' dormitory in 1905. It was converted to a boys' dormitory in 1926 and razed in 1967. See ULPA 1982.01.300.p for another image of this building.
    • Jerry Burns playing a dulcimer which he made.

    • Jerry Burns playing a dulcimer which he made.

    • Stringed instruments; Zithers; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Porches

    • Jerry Burns on the porch of Carnahan Hall with his foot resting on a fossil and a dulcimer in his lap. Jerry Mier Burns was an early math teacher at Oneida Baptist Institute who also operated a gristmill and built several buildings in Oneida.
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