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    • Patrick Hanley of Louisville, Kentucky, 1933.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Office workers
    • Portrait of Patrick Hanley of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing wire-framed glasses and a mustache. Crop marks frame his face, and the photograph has been marred with discolorations. Handwritten on back of image: Patrick Hanley, Clerk United States...
    • Ernest Patrick of Columbus, Ohio, with Dr. Bruce Morgan, 1932.

    • Portraits; Men; Physicists; Inventors; Inventions
    • Portrait of Ernest Patrick of Columbus, Ohio and Dr. Bruce Morgan looking at the tubeless radio. The photograph is cracked along the edges and marked with discolorations. Article attached to back of image: 21-year-old youth invents tubeless radio;...
    • Patrick H. Taylor of Danville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men
    • Portrait of Patrick H. Taylor of Danville, Kentucky, wearing wire-frame glasses and stripe printed tie. The photograph has been painted on outlining/cropping his image, damaged along the edges, and marked with discolorations. Handwritten on back of...
    • Mrs. Patrick Campbell.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Women; Fur garments
    • Close-up portrait of Mrs. Patrick Campbell wearing a fur collar. Inscription on print, lower right: With all good wishes, cordially [autograph illegible]. Born Beatrice Stella Tanner in London, England, on February 9, 1865, she died in Pau, France,...
    • St. Patrick's Church, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Churches; Catholic churches; Interiors
    • Interior of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, looking toward altar and showing pews and vaulted ceilings. Handwritten on back of print: "Church - St. Patrick, interior of church. 1301 W. Market St."
    • Kentucky School of Medicine class and faculty 1908.

    • Kentucky School of Medicine; Medical students; Teachers; Women
    • Kentucky School of Medicine 1908 - Composite photograph for the Kentucky School of Medicine in Louisville, Kentucky, of faculty and graduating students for the medical school class of 1908. Rows of individual oval-shaped portraits of students with...
    • University of Louisville medical department 1908.

    • University of Louisville. Medical Dept.; Medical students; Teachers; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Faculty
    • University of Louisville medical department 1908 - Composite photograph for the University of Louisville school of medicine in Louisville, Kentucky, of faculty and graduating students for the medical school class of 1908. Individual oval-shaped...
    • Omicron Delta Kappa tapping, University of Louisville, 1949.

    • Omicron Delta Kappa. Beta Epsilon Circle (University of Louisville); Fraternities & sororities; University of Louisville--Students; Men;
    • Men stand along the walls in an alcove; there is a sign with the Greek letters "Omicron," "Delta" and "Kappa" at the rear of the alcove. This is a picture from the ODK tapping at the University of Louisville. The Beta Epsilon Circle of ODK at U of...
    • P. McDun's house, 1913 flood.

    • Floods--Ohio River; Houses; Dwellings; Streets
    • According to the photographer's notes, this is "P. McDun's house . . . 1913" probably referring to Patrick McDunn, a carpenter at Howard Shipyard, who was living on Jefferson Street in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana at the time of the...
    • MARK TWAIN, 1931.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Launchings; Ship equipment & rigging; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • MARK TWAIN, a stern-wheel towboat with steel hull (157 ft. x 42 ft. x 6 ft.), and the last steam towboat made by Howard, was built in 1931. Owned by Inland Waterways Corporation in St. Louis, she operated on the Mississippi, Ohio and Missouri...
    • Newton Owen Postcard Collection

    • Postcards--Kentucky; Postcards--Middle West; Postcards--Southern States; Greeting cards; Christmas cards; Easter cards;
    • The Newton Owen Postcard Collection represents nearly a century in the life and travels of an extended Kentucky family. The earliest cards date to the late 19th century, and while the bulk of the collection dates to the period 1900-1940, there are...
    • June Stone.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Posing
    • Three-quarter length portrait of actor June Stone standing with his hands in his pockets in front of a backdrop of an interior. He wears a three-piece striped wool suit and tie. Inscription on mount, upper left: To my old friend "Col." John T....
    • Doug Young's Auto Tops and Oscar Churchman barber shop, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Barbershops; Signs (Notices)
    • Address: 306 W. Breckinridge Street in Louisville, Ky. Three-story building with ornate, gothic, stone facade housing Doug Young's Auto Tops and Oscar Churchman Barber Shop. City Investment Co./Charles Patrick Agency is visible.
    • Man driving car filled with shamrocks.

    • Men; Automobiles; Shamrocks; Horns (Communication devices); Blankets
    • Man with long beard, furry coat, and goggles drives an early automobile. The car, which is open style, is filled with shamrocks and there is a shamrock on the front of the vehicle. The man wears a lap blanket and the car has a large horn mounted on...
    • Young woman in hot air balloon basket full of shamrocks.

    • Women; Shamrocks; Balloons (Aircraft)
    • Young woman standing in the basket of a hot air balloon which is aloft. She is surrounded by shamrocks, which are also spilling out of the basket. A plain ivory flag or strip of cloth waves near the woman. May be a St. Patrick's Day card....

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