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    • A. E. Richards.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Adolphus E. Richards was born in Virginia in 1844. His education was interrupted by the Civil War, he served in the Confederate Army, where he rose to the rank of major before his twenty-first birthday. At the war's end, he returned to school,...
    • Anderson Hall Medical Clinic.

    • Teachers; Oneida Baptist Institute; Physicians; Clinics; Medical personnel; Men; Women
    • Oneida staff members and visiting medical personnel pose on the porch outside Anderson Hall Medical Clinic. Isham Hensley and Jerry Burns are on the left. In the doorway are John Henry Walker, Perry Davidson and visiting physician, C. Adeline...
    • Arts Club Louisville.

    • Bookplates; Armorial bookplates; Labels
    • Decorative shield featuring a pegasus, a palette with paint brushes, the drama masks for comedy (Thalia) and tragedy (Melpomene), and a pan flute or panpipe. Black ink with orange highlights. A scroll near the top of the shield has the text "The...
    • BOWLING GREEN, 1904.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • BOWLING GREEN, a stern-wheel packet with wood hull (122 ft. x 32 ft. x 5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1904. Owned by Evansville & Bowling Green Packet Co., she operated on the Green River and sank at South Carrollton, Kentucky on March 31, 1920.
    • Chauncey Olcott.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men
    • Three-quarter length portrait of performer, composer, and lyricist Chauncey Olcott wearing a long jacket, vest with pocket watch fob, eyeglasses, high-collared white shirt, and boutonniere. He stands with his right hand in pants pocket and his left...
    • Chesley H. Searcy of Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Lawyers
    • Portrait of attorney and GOP leader Chesley H. Searcy of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a suit jacket and tie. The photograph has been cut to an irregular shape and attached to card stock, then painted on. Stamped on the back of the image: May 4,...
    • COL. A. MACKENZIE, 1900.

    • Side wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • COL. A. MACKENZIE, a side-wheel snag-boat (160 ft. x 33 ft. x 5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1900. Owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, she initially operated on the upper Mississippi River. When Captain David Tipton died at her wheel in Lake...
    • CORDOVA, 1920.

    • Tugboats; Steamboats; Ship trials; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • CORDOVA, a packet and towboat with steel hull (140 ft. x 24 ft. x 8.0 ft.), was built at Howard in 1920. Owned by Federal Barge Line, she operated on the Black Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in Alabama, as well as the Mississippi River. CORDOVA was...
    • David Warfield, 1902.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men
    • David Warfield, a David Belasco Star (under contract to producer David Belasco), appeared at Macauley's Theatre nine times between 1902 and 1920, including twice with "The Auctioneer," in March and November, 1902. He was born in San Francisco,...
    • David Warfield, 1909.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • David Warfield, a David Belasco Star (under contract to producer David Belasco), appeared at Macauley's Theatre nine times between 1902 and 1920. He was born in San Francisco, California in 1866, and died July 27, 1951 in New York City. In this...
    • David Warfield.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • David Warfield, a David Belasco Star (under contract to producer David Belasco), appeared at Macauley's Theatre nine times between 1902 and 1920. He was born in San Francisco, California in 1866, and died July 27, 1951 in New York City. In this...
    • DEMOPOLIS, 1920.

    • Tugboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • DEMOPOLIS, a propeller towboat with steel hull (140 ft. x 24 ft. x 8 ft.), was built at Howard in 1920. Owned by Inland Waterways Corporation in St. Louis, she operated on the Warrior River and was dismantled in 1952.
    • ELIZA, 1896.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • ELIZA, a stern-wheel towboat with wood hull (110 ft. x 25 ft. x 3.1 ft.), was built at Howard in 1896. Owned by Belmont Coal Co., ELIZA operated in the Bellaire, Ohio area. After being sold in 1902, she operated in the Pittsburgh area and then...

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