Large trees with exposed root systems sit next to a road or trail. The photographer's title refers to a "mountain battle," which suggests that one of the more violent encounters in the Baker-Howard Feud occurred here.
Close-up image of a brick column on the Manchester Courthouse in Clay County, Kentucky. The photographer's title refers to a battle in the Baker-Howard feud. See ULPA 1982.01.036.n for another image of this courthouse.
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...
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.
Five people on their way to church on Sunday morning. Two small children, Frank and Ben Robinson, ride a mule. Louise Wilson stands in the road holding a box and a Sunday School card. Tom Brown and Louisa Robinson are on the right.
Schools; Students; Teachers; Group portraits; Wooden buildings
A large class poses outside Bethany Academy at Big Creek. Bethany Academy was an auxiliary, or branch, school of Oneida Baptist Institute. T. L. Britton was in charge of this school for about ten years.
A dog-trot log cabin in the hills near Oneida. A wagon sits in front of the cabin and a man stands in the lower left corner. See ULPA 1982.01.128.p and ULPA 1982.01.812.p for interior images of this cabin.
A bedroom inside a cabin near Oneida. Newspapers cover the walls. There are pumpkins and melons under the bed and a sewing machine on the right. See ULPA 1982.01.127.p and ULPA 1982.01.812.p for other images of the same cabin.
A group portrait of seventeen men, perhaps some of the early trustees of Oneida Institute. Includes H. L. McMurray in the front row on the right, William Ponder in the second row on the right, Henry Hensley in the back row on the right, and James...