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    • Displaced/Homemakers/Rebuild.

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Women's Equity Action League; Women's Law Fund (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Women's Counsel
    • The quilt was designed and executed by Janet M. Citino of Cleveland Heights, Ohio. She has been a teacher and designer of needlework for many years. Her designs have been published in Mc Calls [sic] Needlework and Crafts, The Workbasket and other...
    • Pioneer Women/Cleveland/U.S.A.

    • Pioneer Women (Organization : U.S.). Cleveland Council; Pioneer Women (Organization : U.S.); Na'amat USA (Organization). Cleveland Council; Na'amat USA (Organization)
    • This section of the Honor Quilt was designed and created by Eileen Gordon, President of Pioneer Women Cleveland Council. Pioneer Women/Na'amat has 50,000 members located all over the U.S.A., almost 1000 of them in Cleveland.
    • Law Library Collection

    • Law and legislation--Kentucky; Law and legislation--Virginia; Constitutions--Kentucky; Constitutions--Virginia; Portraits; Lawyers; Judges; Legislators
    • Drawing on the varied collections of the Law Library, the initial offering of this digital collection features rare volumes of early Kentucky law books: William Littell's Statutes of Kentucky, which compile all the legal enactments relating to...
    • Oral history interview with Amelia Ray.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; Race relations; Louisville Municipal College for Negroes (Louisville, Ky.); University of Louisville; Civil rights
    • Oral history interview with Mrs. Amelia Ray, conducted on August 25, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mrs. Ray discusses her early life and upbringing in Tennessee as well as her life in Louisville. Mrs. Ray moved to Louisville in 1934 and attended...
    • First Standard Bank, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Banks; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); African Americans; Cobblestone streets; Fire escapes; People; Buildings
    • Address: 600 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Boulevard), Louisville, Kentucky. A sign on the side of this brick building announces that it is First Standard Bank, an African American bank in downtown Louisville. The pediment over the door, mock...
    • Edmonton YWCA/Alberta/Canada.

    • Young Women's Christian Association (Edmonton, Alta.); Young Women's Christian Association
    • HONOR QUILT BLOCK designed by Laura Taylor, Edythe Macauley and Wendy MacDonald. [...] the block was stitched by Frances Prelusky, Jean Chirka, Erna Peterson, Klazina Rip, Phyllis Wright, Edythe Macaulay, Laura Taylor.
    • Solomon P. Sharp.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Solomon P. Sharp was born in 1787 in Virginia. His family moved to Logan County in Kentucky shortly before the end of the century. Sharp was called to the bar in his early 20's, opening a legal practice first in Russellville, Kentucky, later in...
    • H. W. Bruce.

    • Judges; Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Horatio W. Bruce was born in 1830 in Lewis County, Kentucky. He attended school in Lewis County and in Manchester, Ohio, and worked as a salesman and bookkeeper at a general store in Vanceburg, Kentucky. In 1850, he went to Flemingsburg, Kentucky,...
    • Q.Q. Quigley.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Quintus Quincy Quigley was born in Paris, Tennessee, in 1828. He was educated by tutors before entering Cumberland College in Princeton, Kentucky. He read law, was admitted to the bar in 1850, and established a thriving legal practice in Paducah....
    • M.J. Durham.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legislators; Portraits
    • Milton Jamison Durham was born in Boyle County, Kentucky, in 1824. He was brought up on his father's farm, and entered Asbury University, Greencastle, Ind., graduating in 1844. He read law with the late Joshua F. Bell of Danville and in 1850...
    • J. Barbour.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • James Barbour was born in Danville, Kentucky, in 1820. He graduated from Center College in 1837 and three years later received a degree in law from Transylvania College. In 1840 he was admitted to the bar and established a thriving practice in...
    • Miss Helen Josephine Mansfield.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Women
    • Portrait of Helen Josephine ("Josie") Mansfield, wearing a hat with ostrich plume, cameo necklace on black velvet ribbon, and off-the-shoulder dress. As the annotation on the back of this print indicates, she gained notoriety as a consequence of...

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