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    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; African American social workers; African American educators; African American college teachers; Segregation in education; Civil rights leaders; Lincoln Institute...
    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love, conducted on October 2, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Dr. Love was a U of L professor and administrator, and sister of civil rights leader Whitney Young, Jr. Dr. Love discusses her parents, Laura and...
    • Pineville-Harlan Road, Wallins Creek, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Rural areas; Buildings; Hills; Mountains; Rivers; Trees; Horses; Carts & wagons; Dogs; Railroads; Railroad tracks
    • Pineville-Harlan Rd. (U.S. 119) alongside the Cumberland River in Wallins Creek, Ky. To the left is a paved road with a horse drawn buggy carrying a man and two young children, headed towards the camera. In front of the buggy is a dog. A car can be...
    • U.S. Highway 25E, Middlesboro, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Roads; Streets; Rural areas; Trees; Mountains; Automobiles; Streams; Railroads; Railroad tracks
    • U.S. Route 25E stretches and bends in a rural mountainous area near Middlesboro, Ky. To the left of the road is the L&N Railroad tracks. A car in the distance is headed towards the camera. Cool Creek is to the right of the highway. Handwritten on...
    • Heyburn Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Business districts; Automobiles; Street railroads; Streets; Roads
    • The Heyburn Building, located at 332 W. Broadway at the southeast corner of 4th and Broadway intersection, is a seventeen story building in the classic revival style in Louisville, Ky. Cars are parked alongside both streets. A streetcar is...
    • Heyburn Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1950.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Automobiles; Buses
    • The Heyburn Building, located at 332 W. Broadway at the southeast corner of 4th and Broadway intersection, is a seventeen story building in the classic revival style in Louisville, Ky. Cars are parked alongside both streets and a bus is traveling...
    • Martin Brown building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1954.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Pedestrians; Automobiles; Street railroads
    • An exterior view of the Martin Brown building (later known as the Commonwealth building) located at 674 S. 4th St. where Broadway intersects. The first floor houses the Martin's department store. Awnings hang over wide window displays that feature...
    • John Hess Monarch Grocery, Louisville, Kentucky, 1952.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Grocery stores; Stores & shops; Buses; Bus stops
    • An exterior view of the John Hess Monarch Grocery store located at 7232 Chestnut St. where Chestnut intersects with 28th St. in Louisville, Ky. The grocery is housed in a two story building with gabled attic. Windows display signs and food products...
    • John Hess Monarch Grocery, Louisville, Kentucky, 1952.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Grocery stores; Stores & shops; Buses; Bus stops
    • An exterior view of the John Hess Monarch Grocery store located at 7232 Chestnut St. where Chestnut intersects with 28th St. in Louisville, Ky. The grocery is housed in a two story building with gabled attic. Windows display signs and food products...
    • Robert Anderson.

    • Portraits; Men; Military officers; Military uniforms
    • Portrait of Brigadier General, Robert Anderson, who headed the Union Army's Department of Cumberland, wearing his military uniform. Printed on the front of image: Eng. by J.C. Buttre, Brigadier General Robert Anderson.
    • John P. Grieb of Louisville, Kentucky, 1933.

    • Portraits; Men; Business people; Books
    • John P. Grieb of Louisville, Kentucky posing beside newly bound books and a pile of books that are falling apart. The photograph has been painted on and marked with discoloration. Handwritten on back of image: John P. Grieb, Headed Grieb Printing...
    • CITY OF LOUISVILLE, 1894 - 1918.

    • Side wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • CITY OF LOUISVILLE, a side-wheel packet with wood hull (301 ft. x 42.7 ft. x 7 ft.), was built at Howard in 1894. Owned by Louisville & Cincinnati Packet Co., CITY OF LOUISVILLE operated on the Ohio River between Louisville and Cincinnati. She had...
    • H.ST.L. COPPEE, 1904.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • H.ST.L. COPPEE, a stern-wheel towboat with steel hull (140 ft. x 30 ft. x 6 ft.), was built at Howard in 1904. Owned by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Vicksburg District, H.ST.L. COPPEE operated on the lower Mississippi River. H.ST.L. COPPEE...
    • MONTGOMERY, 1926.

    • Tugboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • MONTGOMERY, a propeller towboat with steel hull (140 ft. x 24 ft. x 8 ft.), was built at Howard in 1920. Owned by Federal Barge Line, MONTGOMERY operated on the Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in Alabama initially and later on the Illinois River. Her...

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