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    • Bible, France, mid 13th century, fragment.

    • Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500
    • Leaf from a small portable Gothic Bible, copied in France in the thirteenth century. The Latin translation used throughout this period was known as the Vulgate, since Latin was the common or vulgar language read by all literate people of the time....
    • Book of Hours, France, early 16th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--France--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts--France--Renaissance, 1450-1600
    • Books of Hours were used for private prayers by lay people. Typically Books of Hours included a calendar, Gospel lessons, and hours of daily prayer including Hours of the Virgin, Hours of the Cross, and Hours of the Holy Spirit, as well as psalms...
    • Oral history interview with Robert Key.

    • African Americans; African American singers; African American musicians; Nightclubs--Kentucky--Louisville; Singers; Musicians
    • Oral history interview with Robert Key, conducted October 25, 1977 by Robert Friedman. Mr. Key was a musician. He was born in Louisville but really launched his career in Chicago before touring as a singer. In this interview, he discusses his...
    • Oral history interview with Frances Smith.

    • African Americans; African American churches; African American single mothers ; African American teenage mothers; Nursing homes; Nursing home administrators; People's Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.); Single mothers; Teenage marriage; Teenage...
    • Oral history interview conducted on May 9, 1979 with Frances Smith by Mary Bobo. Mrs. Smith, a former nursing home owner and administrator discusses her childhood in Russellville, Kentucky, moving to Louisville at age twelve to tend to an aunt,...
    • Composition 8.

    • Bauhaus; Abstract (fine arts style)
    • "Vassily Kandinsky was a prominent member of the Bauhaus faculty from 1922, and he remained until 1933, when it was closed by the Nazis. His paintings of that period reflect the geometric angularity he espoused as part of the Russian avant-garde in...
    • Kosair Temple, construction, November 27, 1923.

    • Buildings; Building construction; Kosair Temple (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 224 E. Broadway. This construction site shows the beginning of building the Kosair Temple. A support beam stands in an excavated site next to the Louisville Used Car Kompany. Piles of lumber and a couple of work shacks are on the sidewalk...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 2-1.

    • Buildings; Quadrangles (Courtyards); Textbooks; Reading; Children; Flowers; Chests; Geometrical models; Stills (Distilleries); Farming; Harvesting; Lettuce
    • Woodblock prints of, clockwise from top left: main building and quadrangle of a campus, with insets of a long, low building, a four-story building with dome, and a body of water surrounded by fence; illustrated title page for "The American Primer:...
    • Collegiate Institute.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Collegiate Institute of Louisville; Educational facilities;
    • This building was the second home of Louisville Collegiate Institute, or Louisville College. Louisville Collegiate Institute was created November 14, 1837 with provisions for seven departments: Mental and Moral Science and Political Economy;...
    • J. Stoddard Johnston Elementary School.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities
    • The building appears to have been purchased by the University of Louisville in March, 1981. It was the site of a University of Louisville daycare center, 1981-1997. Beginning in 2000, police used it for an anti-terrorism/hostage training facility....
    • Chi Omega sorority house, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Fraternities & sororities; Student housing;
    • Chi Omega sorority, seen from the back. Current uses: Housing for sorority since 1970. Named in honor: Named Zelma Karr Jenks Home Management Building in 1951, in honor of Zelda Karr Jenks, who served as head of Home Economics from 1923 to 1941....
    • Chi Omega sorority house, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Model houses; Educational facilities;
    • Chi Omega Sorority house, with University Towers Apartments in the background. Current uses: Housing for sorority since 1970. Named in honor: Named Zelma Karr Jenks Home Management Building in 1951, in honor of Zelda Karr Jenks, who served as head...
    • Threlkeld Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Threlkeld Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Dormitories; Student housing;
    • Threlkeld Hall dormitory, with a field in the foreground. Current uses: Dormitory; Etscorn Honors Center (beginning in 2004). Named in honor of Hilda Threlkeld, former Dean of Women. Former uses: Women's dormitory; originally opened in 1962 as a...

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