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    • Georgia oxmobile.

    • Georgia oxmobile.

    • Cattle; Carts & wagons

    • Cart bearing four women and a man, pulled by an ox. They are on a dirt road with a wooden fence and a building behind them. The caption is hand-written. Additional commentary written in the margins: "This beats the automobile or the...
    • Spring park, Demorest, Ga.

    • Spring park, Demorest, Ga.

    • Children; Lakes & ponds; Parks

    • Several children and adults gather around the banks of a pool. The pool has a small wall around it. The title is handwritten on the card; additional commentary reads, "The children are feeding the fish in this spring." Message (on front)...
    • Merry Christmas.

    • Merry Christmas.

    • Christmas cards; Sleds & sleighs; Snow; Horses; Pines

    • Horse-drawn sleigh carrying four people down a snow-covered street, away from a church or dwelling. The street passes through a wooded area. The two figures seated in the back seat appear to be children, and one waves a pine bough in his or her...
    • Merry Christmas.

    • Merry Christmas.

    • Christmas cards; Snowmen; Holly; Santa Claus; Children

    • Boy and girl work on a snowman. The boy holds a shovel full of snow while the girl arranges holly on the snowman, which looks like Father Christmas. A house and pine trees are in the background. This scene is an inset on the card. Geometric designs...
    • How can you bear this weather.

    • How can you bear this weather.

    • Teddy bears; Fans; Greeting cards; Handkerchiefs

    • White teddy bear stands on a block holding a fan and a handkerchief, which he is using to wipe his head. Copyright 1906 Twelve Trees. Published by the National Art Company, postmarked 1911 on verso.
    • Violets.

    • Violets.

    • Valentines; Women; Violets; Flowers

    • Head and shoulders of woman wearing violets in her hair. There are violets near her chest, as well. Signed "Gross." Copyright 1906, S.S. Porter. Classified as a valentine by the processing archivist.
    • Arts and Sciences Building (former).

    • Arts and Sciences Building (former).

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities;

    • The Silas Miller mansion, former home of the College of Arts and Sciences. The front and side entrances are visible. There are a few trees in front of the building. A wrought-iron fence is visible at the front edge of the image. In 1925 the...
    • Gardencourt, before 1987.

    • Gardencourt, before 1987.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardencourt (Louisville, Ky.); Houses; Gardens;

    • Gardencourt with statuary in foreground and a garden to the side. Gardencourt was built in 1906 and was a gift to the University of Louisville by the Norton family. It was deeded March 14, 1947. It served as the site of the University of...
    • Arts and Sciences, University of Louisville, class of 1916.

    • Arts and Sciences, University of Louisville, class of 1916.

    • University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; University of Louisville--Buildings;

    • Students dressed in caps and gowns sit in front of the Silas Miller Mansion which was home of the College of Liberal Arts from 1907-1925. Inscription reads: "Class of 1916--Arts Dept." In 1925 the university moved to the Belknap Campus;...
    • Arts and Sciences senior class, University of Louisville, 1917.

    • Arts and Sciences senior class, University of Louisville, 1917.

    • Students; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; University of Louisville. College of Arts and Sciences;

    • Nine students from the 1917 senior class of the College of Arts and Sciences pose on the steps of the Silas Miller Mansion, home of the college from 1907-1925. There are six women and three men. In 1925 the university moved to the Belknap Campus;...
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