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    • Oral history interview with Goldie Beckett.

    • Undertakers and undertaking; Business people; African American businesspeople; Politicians; African American politicians; Discrimination in public accommodations; Segregation--Law and legislation; Discrimination in employment; African...
    • Oral history interview with Goldie Winstead Beckett, conducted on September 12, 1978 by Ken Chumbley. In this interview, Mrs. Beckett discusses her life as well as her husband’s experiences as alderman in the city of Louisville in the late 1940s...
    • ROSE HITE, 1895 - 1900.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • ROSE HITE, a sternwheel packet with wood hull (155 ft. x 28 ft. x 4 ft.), was built in 1895 at Howard Ship Yard and Dock Company in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Owned by Louisville & Evansville Packet Co., ROSE HITE operated on the Ohio River between...
    • Home of James Howard, 1904.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Fences; Yards; Snow
    • Snow-covered frame house, surrounded by a fenced yard, that was home to James Howard until his death in 1876, and to his family until the mansion was builty in 1894. This house was located at 1031 East Market Street in Port Fulton (now...
    • Jeannette/Picccard/United States.

    • Piccard, Jeannette, 1895-1981
    • The artist, Michaella Keener (Micki), is 47 years old and is a senior at the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass. She designs and creates liturgical vestments and banners. Micki is a candidate for Holy Orders and hopes to be ordained to...
    • Vienna Restaurant, bar.

    • Buildings; Restaurants; Bars; Vienna Model Bakery & Restaurant (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 133-135 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) The Vienna Bakery and Restaurant was founded by German immigrant Frank L. Erpeldinger in 1893 and operated as one of downtown Louisville's premiere dining establishments until 1927....
    • G. Robertson.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits
    • Born in 1790 in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, George Robertson attended Transylvania University until 1806 and was admitted to the bar in 1809. He served in the U.S. Congress from 1817 to 1821 and in Kentucky's legislature from 1822 to 1827, in 1848, and...
    • Emmet Field.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits
    • Emmet Field was born in Louisville in 1841. He was educated in Missouri, at Westminster College, and served in the 2d Missouri Cavalry of the Confederate army. He returned to Louisville in 1864, and the next year graduated from the law department...
    • W. O. Harris.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits
    • Willis Overton Harris was born in 1847 in Powhatan County, Virginia. He entered Virginia Military Institute in 1863 and fought in the Civil War with VMI cadet corps until wars end, receiving an honorary degree in 1867. He attended University of...
    • L.W. Andrews.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Landaff W. Andrews was born in Flemingsburg, Kentucky. In 1826, he graduated from Transylvania University and was admitted to Fleming County bar, where he served as county attorney from 1829 to 1839. He served in the Kentucky House of...
    • Standing Nude.

    • Modern (styles and periods)
    • Pencil drawing; "This drawing, which at nearly three feet in height is very large for Giacometti, is one of an enormous number that he produced throughout his life. His sculptures and paintings of the figure, similarly attenuated, are far better...
    • Oral history interview with James “Jimmy” Stewart.

    • Segregation in education; African American construction workers; Construction workers; African Americans; Labor unions; Race relations; Laborers' International Union of North America; Women construction workers; African Americans--Employment; A....
    • Oral history interview conducted with James "Jimmy" Stewart on April 4, 1979 by Mary Bobo. Mr. Stewart, business manager for Local 576 of the Laborers' International Union of North America discusses segregation in education in Tennessee where he...

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