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    • Louisville Law Examiner 14.2, March 1989

    • University of Louisville. School of law; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; University of Louisville--Faculty; University of Louisville--Employees; Law students; Law & legal affairs; Law and...
    • The Louisville Law Examiner (1975-1991) was the second of three official University of Louisville School of Law student publications.
    • Gunboat Carondelet, 1862.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Gunboats; Carondolet (Gunboat); Vehicles
    • Stylized, dark sketch of the gunboat Carondelet in battle. A label inset at the bottom right corner says, "The 'Carondelet' running the Confederate batteries at Island Number 10 (April 4, 1862). After a sketch by Rear-Admiral Walke." The gunboat...
    • Eli H. Brown.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Eli H. Brown was born in Meade County, Kentucky, in 1841. He was educated at the academy of Hawesville, Kentucky, in Hancock County, He read law with George W. Williams and in 1862 joined the Hancock County bar. Brown was soon elected City Judge...
    • 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...
    • Colonel 1909.

    • School yearbooks; Schools; Students; University of Louisville--Students; Alumni & alumnae; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; Student organizations; Universities & colleges; Medical students; Law students; College students; University of...
    • Yearbook published by the students of the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, 1909.
    • Kehoe's Grocery exterior, 1930.

    • Stores & shops; Grocery stores; Signs (Notices); Brick wall signs; Show windows; Window displays; Buildings
    • The exterior of Kehoe's Grocery. The long but narrow brick building has a canopy over the front door reading "Kehoe's Grocery." The entryway has a number of baskets and boxes by it as well as a stand holding brooms. One of the boxes advertises,...
    • Thirty-Third Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Electric lines; Houses; Street railroads; Utility poles; Libraries; Trucks
    • Inscription on photograph reads "Thirty-third Street looking south at Western Pkwy. showing factor of safety line of L.G.&E. Co. and Cumb. Tel & Tel. Co." A truck with a sign on the sign that says "Henry Fischer Pork Packer 1862 Mellwood Ave." is...
    • Frank Fehr of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people
    • Portrait of Frank Fehr of Louisville, Kentucky, president of Fehr Brewing Company. He has a mustache and is wearing a suit and tie. The photograph has a lot of discolorations. Handwritten on back of image: Brewer, & son of original Frank Fehr....
    • Maj.-Gen. O.M. Mitchel.

    • Portraits; Men; Military officers; Military uniforms
    • Photogravure portrait of Major General Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel wearing his military uniform. Stamped on front of image: Engraved by J.C. Buttre; Maj.-Gen. O.M. Mitchel. Handwritten on back: born in Union Co., Ky. (July 28, 1809 - October 10, 1862).
    • Battle of Fort Henry, February 4, 1862.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Gunboats; Carondolet (Gunboat); Vehicles
    • Painting of gunboats St. Louis, Carondolet, Cincinnati, Lexington and Conestoga in the Battle of Fort Henry. Dark smoke from their smokestacks mingles with white sparks and white smoke from battle.
    • Gunboat that fired first shot at Fort Henry.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Fort Henry, Battle of, Tenn., 1862; Gunboats; Vehicles
    • Gunboat that fired first shot at Fort Henry at rest in water. The boat has inward-slanting sides and two canopy roofs above. Hanging from two lines are small cloths or flags. Below image: "The gunboat that fired the first shot at Fort Henry."
    • Flag officer's goodbye.

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Fort Henry, Battle of, Tenn., 1862; Barges; Vehicles
    • Barge with canopy and flagpoles on river by shore after the Battle of Fort Henry. Image caption: "The flag-officer's goodbye."

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