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    • Kentucky Home School students, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Schools; Playgrounds; Girls; Children; School children; Dresses; Games; People
    • Address: 1649 Everett Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. Little girls play and a boy play a game at the Kentucky Home School. Two girls are making a bridge by holding hands over the head of a third girl. Some children are holding the waist of the child...
    • Ed Howard and friends in costumes in snow, circa 1925.

    • Mansions; Snow; Boys; Costumes
    • Ed Howard and two other boys pose for a picture outside the Howard Mansion in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana on a snowy day. The boys are wearing costumes and the photographer's notes say "play boys in snow" suggesting that they may...
    • Children playing in the snow.

    • Boys; Girls; Fur coats; Snow; Play (Recreation); Dogs; Sleds & sleighs
    • Two boys, wearing knit caps and short pants with long socks, and a little girl, wearing a fur coat, play with a dog and a sled in the snow. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Musical performances at Jean Thomas ceremonies at UofL Jefferson Room, May 28, 1968.

    • Women; Men; Guitars; Violins; Girls; Zithers; Stringed instruments; Costumes--United States; Rites & ceremonies
    • A man and woman (possibly J.P. Fraley and his wife Annadeene, who also works as Thomas' assistant) play fiddle and guitar, and two little girls play mountain dulcimer, at the ceremonies celebrating the donation of the Jean Thomas collection to the...
    • Mountain children with homemade musical instruments.

    • Boys; Stringed instruments; Banjos
    • Three little boys wearing overalls play musical instruments outdoors. Two, standing, play banjos; the smallest boy, seated, appears to be playing a simple bowed instrument made of two sticks or corn stalks.
    • Mountain children with homemade musical instruments.

    • Boys; Girls; Stringed instruments; Banjos; Percussion instruments
    • Five children play musical instruments outdoors. Three boys, wearing overalls, play stringed instruments (two banjos and a fiddle). A little girl, seated on the chair, and very little boy standing next to hear appear to be holding percussion...
    • Mountain children with homemade musical instruments.

    • Boys; Girls; Stringed instruments; Banjos; Percussion instruments
    • Five children play musical instruments outdoors. Three boys, wearing overalls, play stringed instruments (two banjos and a fiddle). A little girl, seated on the chair, and very little boy standing next to hear appear to be holding percussion...
    • Mountain children with homemade musical instruments.

    • Boys; Stringed instruments; Banjos; Houses; Fuelwood
    • Three little boys wearing overalls play musical instruments outdoors. Two, standing, play banjos; the smallest boy, seated, appears to be bowing a small fiddle. A brick house with firewood piles is visible at right.
    • Denman Thompson as Joshua Whitcomb in "The Old Homestead".

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Three-quarter length character portrait of writer, director, and actor Denman Thompson in costume for the role of Joshua Whitcomb in the self-penned play "The Old Homestead." Thompson first performed a precursor to this play, entitled "Josh...
    • Maude Adams. New York Tribune. January 14, 1917.

    • Newspapers; Clippings; Periodical illustrations; Theatrical productions; Actors; Actresses; Men; Women; Costumes
    • Promotional ad in the New York Tribune for J. M. Barrie's "A Kiss for Cinderella," starring Maude Adams, which apparently played at the Hollis St. Theatre in New York in January 1917. It features four images from the play, with actors Maude Adams,...
    • George A. Beane as Ben Gay in "A Trip to Chinatown."

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of actor George A. Beane in costume for the role of Ben Gay in the Charles H. Hoyt play "A Trip to Chinatown," which was staged at Macauley's Theatre five times in the 1890s, four of them starring Harry Conor and Anna...
    • Maude Adams in her new play, "Peter Pan".

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing; Cross dressing
    • Composite of nine separate photographs of Maude Adams, an actress born Maude Ewing Adams Kiskadden in Salt Lake City, Utah, on November 11, 1872. She appeared at Macauley's Theatre thirteen times between 1902 and 1918, including two performances as...
    • George A. Beane, circa 1905.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of actor George A. Beane, standing with head bent over a book held (closed) in his right hand, and left arm supporting his lower back. He wears his hair parted in the middle; an overcoat; and dark socks over white...
    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • Children; Play (Recreation); Clotheslines; Laundry
    • Children play among clotheslines in McMurray's yard. H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of Mamre Baptist College, which became Oneida Baptist Institute. McMurray also taught at the school the first year, but because the early...
    • Student baseball game.

    • Play (Recreation); Sports; Baseball; Athletic fields; Oneida Baptist Institute; Students
    • Students play baseball on an athletic field, south of River Street between Second and Mill Streets in Oneida. The Oneida Institute baseball team was undefeated in 1912. Handwritten on bottom border: 436. See ULPA 1982.01.446.p for another view of...
    • Student baseball game.

    • Play (Recreation); Sports; Baseball; Oneida Baptist Institute; Athletic fields
    • Students play baseball on an athletic field, south of River Street between Second and Mill Streets in Oneida. A basketball hoop is in the foreground. The Oneida Baptist Institute baseball team was undefeated in 1912. Handwritten on bottom border:...
    • Teacher and students outdoors.

    • School children; Play (Recreation); Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers
    • Two teachers and their young students play outdoors near Anderson Hall. Handwritten on bottom border: 498. See ULPA 1982.01.423p, ULPA 1982.01.477.p, and ULPA 1982.01.504.p for other images of these children. Title supplied by cataloger.

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