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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...
    • 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...
    • D.A.B., 1921.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • D.A.B., a stern-wheel towboat with steel hull (63 ft. x 16 ft. x 3.0 ft.), was built at Howard in 1921. Owned by Wheeling Steel Corporation, D.A.B. operated in the Pittsburgh area. She initially had a gas engine with a chain drive stern-wheel, but...
    • DONORA, 1924.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • DONORA, a stern-wheel towboat with steel hull (140 ft. x 32 ft. x 6 ft.), was built at Howard in 1924. Owned by American Steel & Wire Co., she operated on the Monongahela River until she was retired in 1948.

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