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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....
    • Dot Abashian/USA.

    • Abashian, Dorothy (Dot) Van De Mar
    • My name is Lisa. As a radical feminist artist/writer lesbian/sometimes student, I have now reached a point where it is becoming increasingly clear that the art that I do must be womens [sic] art---art which speaks out of my experiences as a woman,...
    • Simmons University faculty, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920s.

    • African American educators; African American college teachers; Teachers; Group portraits; African Americans--Education (Higher); Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); Education; College presidents; African Americans
    • Faculty of Simmons University in the 1920s, including Rev. C. H. Parrish, President. The bottom of the photograph reads: "Faculty." The university has gone by many names since its founding in 1879: The Kentucky Normal and Theological Institute...
    • Sunnydale subdivision, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • African American men--Employment; Houses; Railroad tracks; Dwellings; Gates
    • Wooden gates with a tall horseshoe shape embedded into them stand on either side of the entrance to the Sunnydale subdivision under construction. Railroad tracks are visible in the ground in front of the gates. Two African American men appear to be...
    • Oral history interview with Ruth Bryant.

    • African Americans--Education (Elementary); African Americans--Education (Higher); National Training School for Women and Girls (Washington, D.C.); Fisk University; Howard University; African Americans; Race relations; Civil rights; African...
    • Oral history interview conducted with Ruth Bryant on July 24, 1977 by Kenneth L. Chumbley. Mrs. Bryant, a community activist, primarily discusses her involvement in community organizing and political activism during the 1960’s in Louisville. ...
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr.

    • African Americans; African American business enterprises; African American Business people; Drugstores; Pharmacists; African American pharmacists; Urban renewal; Service stations; Standard Oil Company; Civil rights
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr., conducted on August 17, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Moorman was a businessman in Louisville's Walnut Street area. Mr. Moorman discusses his parents and grandparents, and his early life in Owensboro,...
    • Oral history interview with William Ealy.

    • African American journalists; African American politicians; African American newspapers; African Americans; Politics & government; Politicians; Race relations; Democratic Party (Ky.); Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Co. (Louisville, Ky.);...
    • Interview with William J. Ealy, Louisville newspaperman and political activist. This interview was conducted on August 5 and 22, 1977 by Dwayne Cox of the University of Louisville Oral History Center. Mr. Ealy discusses his early life and education...
    • Oral history interview with Maurice Rabb.

    • African Americans; African American physicians; African Americans--Hospitals; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; African Americans--Medical care; Hospitals; Medical education; Race...
    • Oral history interview with Louisville physician Maurice Rabb. Dr. Rabb discusses his early life and education in Mississippi. He speaks of his experiences as a student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, comparing race relations in his...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Reprint sheet 4.

    • Alphabets (Writing systems); Animals; Containers; Laundry; Buildings; Men; Women; Children; Barrels; Barns; Carriages & coaches; Pipes (Smoking); Body parts; Top hats; Flowers; Wash tubs; Containers; Writing materials; Toys; Pine cones; Reading;...
    • This set of woodblock prints was reprinted in the 1980s. With the exception of the letters A and V and the sea serpent, the images duplicate the earlier prints in this collection. Woodblock prints of, from left to right starting at top left: letter...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 31-1.

    • Alphabets (Writing systems); Hats; Flowers; Violins; Stringed instruments; Boats; Animals; Containers; Writing materials; Buildings; Women
    • Woodcut prints of, from left to right starting at top left: letter X; man reading book (sideways); letter W (upside-down); top hat and cane (upside-down); flowers in urn (sideways); fiddle (upside-down); letter V (sideways); letter I, with figure...
    • American Women's Himalayan Expeditions/California/USA.

    • American Women's Himalayan Expeditions (Organization); Blum, Arlene, 1945- ; Miller, Irene; Watson, Vera, 1932-1978; Firey, Joan; Kramar, Piro; Rusmore, Margaret Elizabeth; Whitehouse, Annie; Komárková, Vera; Klobusicky-Mailänder, Liz;...
    • Founder, February Quilt Fair / Organizer and first President of the Pajaro Valley Quilt Association / Board member, Watsonville Y.W.C.A. / Member, N.O.W. / also maker of Ruth Asawa Honor Quilt (I really like this idea---just wish I'd tuned into it...
    • Ruby Apartments, Louisville, Kentucky, 1934.

    • Apartment houses; Dwellings; Buildings; Segregation
    • Address: 1127 S. Seventeenth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A brick apartment building is shown in a residential area. A small sign declares it Ruby Apartments. Another sign reads, "For Rent to colored. These modern apartments, two rooms & bath &...
    • Claude C. Matlack Collection

    • Appalachians (People); Appalachian Region--History; Appalachian Region--Social life and customs; Education--Appalachian Region; Education--Kentucky; Kentucky--Social life and customs; Rural schools--Kentucky--History; Oneida Baptist Institute;...
    • 665 items from Louisville native Claude C. Matlack (1878-1944), an amateur photographer who, working as an engineer for his family's plumbing business, happened to capture on film the formative years of a settlement school built by feuding...

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