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    • Oral history interview with William Ealy.

    • African American journalists; African American politicians; African American newspapers; African Americans; Politics & government; Politicians; Race relations; Democratic Party (Ky.); Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Co. (Louisville, Ky.);...
    • Interview with William J. Ealy, Louisville newspaperman and political activist. This interview was conducted on August 5 and 22, 1977 by Dwayne Cox of the University of Louisville Oral History Center. Mr. Ealy discusses his early life and education...
    • Nurse visiting family inside cabin, 1932.

    • Frontier Nursing Service, Inc.; Nurses; Families; Newspapers; People
    • A nurse from the Frontier Nursing Service stands next to the chair of a woman holding a baby in a blanket. Four small children sit on the wood floor and one older child leans against the wall. The nurse is wearing a cap, blouse, tie, jacket, and...
    • Goodman's News, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1930.

    • Stores & shops; Newspaper vendors; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Men; Newspapers; Periodicals
    • Goodman's News Store, 332 W. Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1930. Man, likely the proprietor, looking at copy of National Turf Digest held by customer. Advertisements and copies of that publication adorn the dinwos of the store. Other...
    • Goodman's News, Louisville, Kentucky, circa November 1930.

    • Stores & shops; Newspaper vendors; Window displays; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Periodicals; Newspapers; Magazine covers
    • Goodman's News store, 332 W. Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1930. Close-up of window display bearing lettering "Goodman's 'Everything to Read'" and "Out of Town Newspapers," a November 1930 calendar, an ad for tickets for the Kentucky Orphan...
    • Oral history interview with Murray Atkins Walls and John Walls.

    • African Americans; Race relations; Civil rights demonstrations; Civil rights; Louisville Free Public Library; Girl Scouts; Libraries; Integration; African Americans--Social conditions
    • Oral history interview with Murray Atkins Walls and John Walls, conducted July 27, 1977 by Dwayne Cox. Most of the interview focuses on Murray Atkins Walls, although her husband, John Walls, is also an active participant. They were both involved in...
    • Oral history interview with Charles H. Parrish, Jr.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; African American college teachers; African American educators; African American newspapers; Integration; Segregation in education; Race relations; Baptists;...
    • Oral history interview conducted with sociologist Charles H. Parrish, Jr. on December 1 and 14, 1976 and February 21, 1977 by Dwayne Cox and William Morison. Dr. Parrish discusses his father, Charles H. Parrish, Sr., who was a Baptist minister and...
    • DeLuxe Eat Shoppe, Louisville, Kentucky, 1925.

    • Window displays; Restaurants; Eating & drinking facilities
    • The shop window for DeLuxe Eat Shoppe at 666 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky, displays cakes and other pastries as well as candies and fruit. Lettering on the front window indicates, "Tables for Ladies & Gentlemen." Beyond the display is a...
    • Fumiko Kaneko/Osaka/Japan.

    • Kaneko, Fumiko, 1902-1926
    • My name is Renate Herold and I am a German national living in Japan where I am teaching at a university, working as a journalist besides and doing research mainly on women-related issues. I am 31. / Since most of my time is spent on reading or...
    • Altoona, Pa., Aug.17.1907.

    • Crowds; Streets; Buildings; Carriages & coaches; Gates; Newspaper vendors
    • Young man selling newspapers on a street in Altoona, Pennsylvania. A wide black gate separates the young man and the people, horses and buggies, and buildings behind him.
    • Eva W. Wallace.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of Eva W. Wallace costumed for the role of "A Flower Maiden" in Wagner's opera "Parisfal" (adapted and produced in English by Henry W. Savage, and performed by Henry W. Savage's Opera Company at Macauley's Theatre on...
    • Cabin, near Oneida.

    • Bedrooms; Log cabins; Dwellings
    • A bedroom inside a cabin near Oneida. Newspapers cover the walls. There are pumpkins and melons under the bed and a sewing machine on the right. See ULPA 1982.01.127.p and ULPA 1982.01.812.p for other images of the same cabin.
    • Bedroom in boy's dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Interiors; Bedrooms; Boarding schools; Beds; Pails; Drinking vessels; Lamps; Desks
    • The interior of a bedroom in McMurray Hall, the boys' dormitory at the Oneida Baptist Institute. An unmade feather bed is on the left, a coal bucket sits beside the fireplace, a dipper hangs over a bucket on the washstand, and a coal oil lamp sits...
    • Burns family around hearth.

    • Women; Portraits; Log cabins; Tobacco pipes; Pipes (Smoking); Fireplaces; Pails; Milk
    • Sarah Davidson Burns, her grandson Henry Burns, and her great-granddaughter Violet sit at the hearth inside Sarah's cabin. Sarah is smoking a pipe. Her cabin was beside the Dry Branch of Bullskin Creek. The cabin walls are lined with newspapers and...
    • Injured boy in bed.

    • Boys; People with disabilities; Women; Beds; Chairs
    • A boy with an injured leg lies in bed. A woman, probably his mother or grandmother, sits in the chair next to the bed. The walls are covered with newspapers and there is a shelf on the wall next to the bed. Handwritten on bottom border: 509. See...
    • Goodman's News, Louisville, Kentucky, November 1930.

    • Stores & shops; Newspaper vendors; Men; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Magazine covers; Window displays
    • Goodman's News store, 332 W. Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky, circa November 1930. Man, likely the proprietor, rests on magazine stand against window display bearing lettering "Goodman's 'Everything to Read'" and "Out of Town Newspapers," a November...

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