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    • Häutungen [sloughing].

    • Textiles (Group, West Germany)
    • I was trained in commercial business and worked there many years, but I always took the chance to work for art-related companies, as I recognized that my real and main interest went towards crafts and art. So I turned myself more and more to the...
    • In Praise/of Women/Artists.

    • Women artists
    • SEMINART participant / Born in San Francisco; B.A. Stanford University; trained and worked as an X-ray technician / PAPER WORKSHOPS: Farnsworth and Serpa, Fall '76; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Winter '77; Fiberworks, Summer '77; Paper, Art,...
    • 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...
    • Jean Thomas typing, 1939.

    • Women; Typewriters; Log cabins; Basins; Churns
    • Jean Thomas poses at her typewriter, with three of her publications ["The Singin' Fiddler of Lost Hope Hollow," "Devil's Ditties," and "The Traipsin' Woman"] displayed on the table. The room appears to be a rustic cabin, with a rag rug underfoot...
    • Jean Thomas at desk, 1939.

    • Women; Typewriters; Costumes--Great Britain
    • Jean Thomas poses at her desk in her long black "Narrator" costume from the American Folk Song Festival. Three of her publications ["The Singin' Fiddler of Lost Hope Hollow," "Devil's Ditties," and "The Traipsin' Woman"] are displayed on the desk....
    • Clay family outside log cabin.

    • Men; Women; Boys; Girls; Infants; Log cabins; Clotheslines
    • A man, woman, and seven children stand outside a log cabin next to laundry hanging on a clothesline. According to Jean Thomas, this photograph was used by Henry Holt & Co., possibly as an illustration in one of her publications. Title supplied by...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Collection

    • Publishers and publishing-- Kentucky-- Louisville-- History-- Sources; Printing--Kentucky--Louisville; Book illustrations; Technical illustrations; Textbooks
    • John P. Morton and Company was a publisher based in Louisville, Kentucky for much of the 19th and the first half of the 20th centuries. The University of Louisville’s Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library has between 1300 and 1400 woodblocks the company...
    • Otter Hall, before 1979.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Barracks; Students; Dormitories; Men; Women
    • A group of students (perhaps members of the Deja-vu staff) pose at the entrance of Otter Hall, which housed student publication offices at the time. Another "barracks building" is visible in the background. One of the Naval Barracks, it was moved...
    • Health Sciences Library and Commons, circa 1970.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Libraries; Abstract sculpture;
    • Kornhauser Health Sciences Library and Commons building stands on the lefthand side of this image, behind the sculpture, Ad Astra. The Research Tower rises in the center of the image, and the Instructional Building can be seen on the right. The...
    • Health Sciences Library and Commons.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Libraries; Ad Astra (Sculpture); Abstract sculpture; Public sculpture; Courtyards;
    • Kornhauser Health Sciences Library and Commons building with Ad Astra and the surrounding courtyard in the foreground. The Research Tower rises in the corner of the image. The Kornhauser Library has existed in various forms since its founding in...
    • Health Sciences Library and Commons.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Libraries; Ad Astra (Sculpture); Abstract sculpture; Public sculpture; Fountains; Courtyards;
    • Kornhauser Health Sciences Library and Commons building with the fountain in the foreground and Ad Astra in the left corner. The Kornhauser Library has existed in various forms since its founding in 1837 as the library of the Louisville Medical...
    • Health Sciences Library and Commons.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Libraries;
    • Kornhauser Health Sciences Library and Commons building seen from the walkway across Preston Street. The Research Tower rises in the background. The Kornhauser Library has existed in various forms since its founding in 1837 as the library of the...

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