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    • Marvin Hall.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Rural schools; Boarding schools; Educational facilities
    • Marvin Hall, the main classroom building at Oneida Baptist Institute, which was built in 1902 and named for Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Marvin of Louisville. See ULPA 1982.01.006.p for an earlier view of the same building.
    • Oneida Baptist Institute and farm, Clay County, Kentucky, circa 1908.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Rural schools; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Farms; Mountains; Rivers; Bell towers; Cityscape photographs
    • A panoramic view of Oneida from across the river in winter. This item is comprised of three photographs (ULPA 1982.01.542.p/ULPA 1982.01.543.p/ULPA 1982.01.544.p). The Big Store is the white building in the upper left section. Marvin Hall, with the...
    • Girls after about a year at Oneida.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Girls; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Group portraits
    • Seven young women pose outside the girls' dormitory, Carnahan Hall. Della Davidson, whose father and brother were killed in the feuds is on left. Her sister, Esther Davidson, is in the center. Lillie DeZarn is on the far right.
    • Girl's Dormitory, called "Carnahan Hall".

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Educational facilities; Boarding schools
    • Carnahan Hall, a three-story girls' dormitory, which was built at Oneida Baptist Institute in 1905. The frame building at the left is a meat house and laundry. Carnahan Hall was converted to a boy's dormitory in 1925 and razed in 1968. This image...
    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Educational facilities; Boarding Schools; Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories
    • Anderson Hall, or the "Yellow House," was a prefabricated building named for its benefactor, Elizabeth Millbank Anderson, wife of noted New York painter Abraham Archibald Anderson. Their daughter taught domestic science at the Oneida Baptist...
    • Upstairs hallway of McMurray Hall.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Boarding schools; Passageways; Interiors; Wash tubs
    • The upstairs hallway in McMurray Hall, the boys' dormitory at the Oneida Baptist Institute. A washtub used for bathing sits in the doorway at left. Handwritten on lower right corner of image: 354. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • 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...
    • Elkhorn Cottage.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Orchards; Cemeteries
    • Elkhorn Cottage, which was built in 1902, was funded by contributions from the ladies Elkhorn Association of Lexington, Kentucky. It was a boys' dormitory that also housed the kitchen and dining area for boys staying in McMurray Hall. Elkhorn...
    • Hotel Hacker.

    • Hotels; Men; Women; Porches; Oneida Baptist Institute; Boarding schools; Lodging houses
    • The remodeled Hotel Hacker near the corner of College and Center Streets in Oneida. Some male students from Oneida Baptist Institute stayed at this hotel paying $1.50 per week for room and board. The hotel was run by Andy "Br'er Rabbit" Hacker who...
    • Boy's Dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Mountains
    • McMurray Hall, the school's first building, erected in 1899. It was named after H. L. McMurray, a Baptist preacher from Kansas, who helped found Mamre Baptist College which became Oneida Baptist Institute. Originally a one-story square with...
    • Girl's Dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Educational facilities; Boarding schools
    • Carnahan Hall, a three-story brick building, erected as a girls' dormitory in 1905. It was converted to a boys' dormitory in 1926 and razed in 1967. See ULPA 1982.01.300.p for another image of this building.
    • Girls at dining table.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Girls; Boarding schools; Dining rooms
    • Girls in the Domestic Science, or Home Economics, class stand around the dining table. There is also a second exposure that appears to be an outdoor scene.

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