Some of the people who were instrumental in founding Oneida Baptist Institute. From left to right are an unidentified man and boy, Alford "Lapper" Burns, unidentified man, Robert Carnahan, Martha Coldiron Hogg, Isham Hensley, Frank...
Wide stretch of paved road with an industrial campus of buildings in the far left. Identified as 17th Street but is actually Seventh Street Road between Arcade Avenue and Homeview Drive, based on the Arcadia Inn on the right side of the road.
Group portraits; Cadets; Military education; Military uniforms; United States Military Academy--Buildings--New York (State)--West Point--1850-1860
Portrait of a group of six young men on steps with four sitting, one leaning against the wall and another leaning on the hand rail. Written under the photograph, identifying the men is: "Hildt. Poe. Biggs. Hascall. McMillan. Lorain."
Banks; Women; Citizens Union Bank (Louisville, Ky.); Clerks
Address: 4th & Broadway. Women, identified left to right as Mrs. Francis Hogue (Becky Yeager), Lorraine Crawford (Mrs. M. G. Whitley), Mrs. Winthop Allen (Louis A Starks), Mrs. Chas Hill (Elanor Gordon), Mary Ferris Lindenberger, and Miss Thoda...
Youth organizations; Boy Scouts of America; Boys; Bridges; Uniforms
A group of nine Boy Scouts stand on or around a log bridge they have constructed in a field in a neighborhood park. Practicing rope lashing is one of the requirements for a merit badge. Title supplied by cataloger.
A row of stores including Roth's jewelry store, Betty Maid Shops, Fern Shoes, and Gay's jewelry and watch store at the corner of 4th Street between Jefferson Street and Liberty Street. Title supplied by cataloger.