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  • Subject: Business people
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    • Business School Career Day, University of Louisville, 1955.

    • Business School Career Day, University of Louisville, 1955.

    • University of Louisville. School of Business; Business people; Business education;

    • William Duffy, supervisor of training at the General Electric Company (GE) stands at a lectern and speaks to approximately three hundred students of the University of Louisville Business School at a Career Day presentation on April 13, 1955. He is...
    • Who's Afraid of Aunt Jemima? Quilt & Book by Faith Ringgold.

    • Who's Afraid of Aunt Jemima? Quilt & Book by Faith Ringgold.

    • Paintings; Acrylic paintings; Mixed media; Quilts; Textiles; Textile art; Sewing; Needlework; Embroidery; Books; Storytelling; Inscriptions; Lettering (Layout features); Punctuation; Question marks; Names; Fantasy; Fictitious characters; Memorial...

    • "A moving tribute to her mother, this work combines the personal and the political. The quilt includes a narrative - the witty story of the family of Aunt Jemima, most familiar as the stereotypical black 'mammy' but here a successful African...
    • Oral history interview with Goldie Beckett.

    • Oral history interview with Goldie Beckett.

    • Undertakers and undertaking; Business people; African American businesspeople; Politicians; African American politicians; Discrimination in public accommodations; Segregation--Law and legislation; Discrimination in employment; African...

    • Oral history interview with Goldie Winstead Beckett, conducted on September 12, 1978 by Ken Chumbley. In this interview, Mrs. Beckett discusses her life as well as her husband’s experiences as alderman in the city of Louisville in the late 1940s...
    • Samuel A. Culbertson of Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Samuel A. Culbertson of Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; People associated with entertainment & sports; Business people

    • Portrait of Samuel A. Culbertson of Louisville, Kentucky, President of Churchill Downs, wearing a suit, hard collar, and tie. The dark background of the portrait blends in with his suit jacket. Stamped on back of image: May 24, 1930.
    • Area, New York.

    • Area, New York.

    • Photographs; Portrait photographs; Portraits; Group portraits; Men; Adults; Artists; Painters (Artists); Filmmakers; Sculptors; Photographers; Cartoonists; Art dealers; People associated with commercial activities; Business people; Standing;...

    • From left to right: Back row -- Michael Heizer, Arman, LeRoy Neiman, Dennis Oppenheim (partially obscured), Julian Schnabel, William Wegman, Tony Shafrazi (obscured); fourth row -- [Andy] Warhol, David Hockney, Stefano, Keith Haring, Red Grooms;...
    • Oral history interview with Louise Reynolds.

    • Oral history interview with Louise Reynolds.

    • African Americans; African American politicians; African American businesspeople; African American business enterprises; Women politicians; Civil rights; Louisville (Ky.)--Politics and government; Politicians; Integration; Discrimination in housing

    • Oral history interview conducted with Louise Reynolds on June 13, 1979 by Mary Bobo. Louise Reynolds was the first African American woman elected alderman in the city of Louisville. Ms. Reynolds discusses her work with the Republican Party,...
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr.

    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr.

    • African Americans; African American business enterprises; African American Business people; Drugstores; Pharmacists; African American pharmacists; Urban renewal; Service stations; Standard Oil Company; Civil rights

    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr., conducted on August 17, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Moorman was a businessman in Louisville's Walnut Street area. Mr. Moorman discusses his parents and grandparents, and his early life in Owensboro,...
    • Arthur D. Allen of Glenview, Kentucky, 1927.

    • Arthur D. Allen of Glenview, Kentucky, 1927.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people

    • Portrait of Arthur Dwight Allen of Glenview, Kentucky, wearing a jacket and bow tie. This photograph has been painted on. Handwritten on back of image: Director of Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Company. Stamped on back: October 16, 1927.
    • Arthur D. Allen of Glenview, Kentucky, 1924.

    • Arthur D. Allen of Glenview, Kentucky, 1924.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people

    • Portrait of Director of Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Company Arthur Dwight Allen, of Glenview, Kentucky, wearing a jacket and bow tie. Handwritten and stamped on bottom, front of image: Arthur D. Allen 1924-25; credit, John T. Berry...
    • B.P. Anderson of Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • B.P. Anderson of Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people; Bankers

    • Portrait of B.P. Anderson of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing glasses, a jacket and tie. The background of the photograph is painted on to crop his image and yellowing from age. Handwritten on back of image: Treasurer, Louisville, Bank for...
    • Brent Arnold, Jr. of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Brent Arnold, Jr. of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people

    • Portrait of Colonel Brent Arnold, Jr. of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a suit and printed tie, posed sitting in a chair. The photograph is cracked along the surface and discolored from age. Handwritten on back of image: L&N (railroad).
    • John M. Atherton of Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • John M. Atherton of Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people; Civic leaders

    • Portrait of businessman and civic leader John M. Atherton of Louisville, Kentucky, for whom J.M. Atherton High School for Girls was named. He is wearing dark rimmed glasses and a goatee. The photograph is missing corners and badly discolored from...
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