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    • Brandeis Brief 1.1, Winter 1992-1993

    • 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 Brandeis Brief (1992-1997) was the third of three official University of Louisville School of Law student publications. Unlike its predecessors, it was in a magazine format. This Brandeis Brief should not be confused with the later Brandeis...
    • Oral history interview with Nelson Goodwin.

    • African Americans; African American businesspeople; African Americans--Social conditions; Race relations; Slavery; Civil rights; Urban renewal; Libraries; Nurseries (Horticulture)
    • Oral history interview conducted with Nelson Goodwin on January 10, 1979 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Goodwin, a nursery owner and local historian from Louisville, Kentucky, discusses his ancestors and other African Americans who lived in the...
    • Group at Pendennis Club, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Men; Suits (Clothing); Group portraits; Eating & drinking; Waiters
    • Numerous middle-aged white men in dark suits, likely employees of the Anderson Manufacturing Company, are seated at well-appointed dinner tables at the Pendennis Club at 218 W. Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Boulevard), Louisville, Kentucky. Three...
    • Ready for the Locks.

    • Steamboats; Transportation; Rivers; Railroad bridges
    • The "Tarascon" steamboat built in 1863 for the Louisville and Henderson Mail Line, was used in service during the Civil War. Here the boat in on the Ohio River at Louisville just having passed under the Kentucky and Indiana bridge. Title supplied...
    • Frank Fehr of Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people
    • Portrait of Frank Fehr of Louisville, Kentucky, president of Fehr Brewing Company. He has graying hair and mustache, and is wearing a suit and tie. The photograph is a little faded. Handwritten on back of image: Frank Fehr, Louisville Brewer....
    • Edward C. O'Rear of Frankfort, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Dogs; Lawyers
    • Portrait of Judge Edward C. O'Rear of Frankfort, Kentucky. He is smoking a pipe and posed with his dog. The photograph is missing portions of the bottom corners and discolored from age. Handwritten on back of image: attorney.
    • Bennett H. Young.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Bennett H. Young was born in Nicholasville, Kentucky, in 1843. He joined the Confederate army in 1861, served with John Hunt Morgan raiders. Captured in a 1863 raid in Ohio, he escaped to Canada where he organized a daring series of bank robberies...
    • H. L. Stone.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Henry Lane Stone was born in Bath County, Kentucky, near Sharpsburg, in 1842. After his father moved the family to Indiana, he attended the Indiana common schools and was also a student in an academy in Bainbridge, Indiana. After a period as a...
    • Clarence Dallam.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Clarence Dallam was born in Henderson, Kentucky, in 1863. He attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., from 1881 to 1884, before entering the University of Virginia. After graduation, he was admitted to the University of Virginia law...
    • W. P. D. Bush.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • William P. D. Bush was born in 1823 on his father's farm in Hardin County, Kentucky. He was educated at the Hardin Seminary in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. After reading law, in 1846 he was admitted to the bar and was appointed deputy clerk of the...
    • W. O. Harris.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits
    • Willis Overton Harris was born in 1847 in Powhatan County, Virginia. He entered Virginia Military Institute in 1863 and fought in the Civil War with VMI cadet corps until wars end, receiving an honorary degree in 1867. He attended University of...
    • A.T. Wood.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Andrew T. Wood was born in Fleming County, Kentucky, in 1834. He received a good common-school education and in 1862, he enlisted in the Federal army, Company C, Tenth Kentucky Cavalry. He was mustered out in 1863 and moved to Mount Sterling,...
    • W.H. Wadsworth.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • William Henry Wadsworth was born in Maysville, Kentucky, on July 4, 1821. He was educated at the Maysville Seminary, becoming a lifelong friend of Ulysses S. Grant, After study in Augusta College, he read law in the office of Payne & Waller and was...
    • Geo. G. Perkins.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Judges; Portraits
    • George Gilpin Perkins was born in Burlington, Kentucky, in 1839. His family moved to Covington, and he was educated in the city schools, at Shelby College, and at Belmont, Ohio. He studied law and was admitted to practice in 1863. In 1867, he...
    • Louisville Lawyer 1.4, May 1956

    • 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 Lawyer (1955-1974) was the first of three official University of Louisville School of Law student publications.

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