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    • ISTROUMA, 1896.

    • ISTROUMA, 1896.

    • Ferries; Steamboats; Ship trials; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company

    • ISTROUMA, a center wheel ferry with wood hull (150 ft. x 30 ft. x 5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1896. Owned by Baton Rouge Ferry Co., ISTROUMA operated in the Baton Rouge area. ISTROUMA sank in a storm at Baton Rouge, Louisiana in October, 1915.
    • Colonial Hotel and Baths, Mt. Clemens, Mich.

    • Colonial Hotel and Baths, Mt. Clemens, Mich.

    • Hotels; Colonial Hotel and Bath House (Mt. Clemens, Mich.); Health resorts

    • Colonial Hotel and Baths, a large red brick building with porches and columns, partly obscured by trees. Several human figures are visible on the lawn in front of the building. There is a flag that reads "The Colonial" flying above the...
    • Will S. Pryor.

    • Will S. Pryor.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits

    • A native of Henry County, Kentucky, William S. Pryor was born near New Castle in 1824. He was admitted to the bar in 1844 and practiced in New Castle until he was elected circuit court judge in 1866. In 1871, he was appointed to a vacancy on the...
    • G.M. Davison.

    • G.M. Davison.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Judges; Portraits

    • George Mosby Davison was born in Stanford, Kentucky in 1855. He attended the Stanford Academy and the Meyers Academy, read law and was admitted to the bar in 1879. He established a practice in Stanford, Kentucky. He served as collector of internal...
    • E.P. Campbell.

    • E.P. Campbell.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Edward P. Campbell was born in Caldwell County, Kentucky, in 1832. He was reared on a farm and attended Cumberland College, graduating in 1854. In 1855, he read law under Judge George B. Cook, of Princeton, Kentucky, and in 1856, was admitted to...
    • Robert Cochran.

    • Robert Cochran.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Robert Armstrong Cochran was born in 1822, on French Creek, in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. When he was three years of age his parents moved to Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He acquired his education in that part of Western Pennsylvania and at the...
    • Wm. J. Hendrick.

    • Wm. J. Hendrick.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • William J. Hendrick was born near Flemingsburg in 1855. He graduated Centre College, Danville, Kentucky, in 1873. He read law and was admitted to the Fleming County bar in 1870. In 1881, he was elected to the Kentucky legislature and he represented...
    • H. L. Stone.

    • 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...
    • Oscar Turner.

    • Oscar Turner.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Oscar Turner was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1825 and moved with his parents to Fayette County, Kentucky, in 1826. He graduated from the law department of Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, in 1847 and was admitted to the Kentucky...
    • French Tipton.

    • French Tipton.

    • Lawyers; Newspaper editors; Portraits

    • French Tipton was born in 1848. He was licensed to practice law, but was most known as a newspaper editor in Richmond, Kentucky. In 1887, Tipton and William G. White established the pro-Democratic Richmond Climax. However, in 1896 he left the party...
    • J. Barbour.

    • J. Barbour.

    • Lawyers; Portraits

    • James Barbour was born in Danville, Kentucky, in 1820. He graduated from Center College in 1837 and three years later received a degree in law from Transylvania College. In 1840 he was admitted to the bar and established a thriving practice in...
    • Mrs. Potter's house at Manchester.

    • Mrs. Potter's house at Manchester.

    • Lodging houses; Wooden buildings; Cityscape photographs

    • A boarding home in the town square at Manchester owned by Robert G. Potter and Nancy Catherine "Kate" Gilbert Potter. Robert Potter died in 1896. Visitors to Oneida Baptist Institute passed through Manchester on their way from the London...
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