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    • Schneider Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Schneider Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Libraries; Women; Kiosks;
    • Young woman stands by kiosk holding charter of the city of Louisville; behind her is the paneled mural depicting early Louisville. Schneider Hall was named in honor of Evelyn Schneider, long-time University Librarian, and it originally housed the...
    • YMCA 155th St., between Broadway & Amsterdam Ave., New York.

    • Young Men's Christian Association of the City of New York; Young Men's Christian associations
    • Young Men's Christian Association building, New York City. A two-story frame building with a porch. Neighboring buildings on either side are partially visible. There are two trees in from of the YMCA. "211,322 J.V." printed on front. Postmarked...
    • Falls City Hall.

    • Tornadoes; Disasters; Men; Falls City Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Wreckage of Falls City Hall, following the tornado which struck Louisville, Kentucky on March 27, 1890. People are standing on the wreckage. There were over 200 people in the building when it collapsed, and while accounts vary, at least 55 people...
    • 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...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 31-2.

    • Paint industry; Men; Boats; Missionaries; Seals (Insignia); Children; Carts & wagons; Animals; Indians of North America; Women; Military personnel; Uniforms; Soldiers; Hunting; Ladders; Public speaking; Carriages & coaches; Knights; Stores & shops
    • Woodcut prints of, from left to right starting at top left: "Wilson, Waters Co." banner over barrels reading "Snow White Zinc, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Putty, Double Boiled Linseed Oil," on platform reading "Wood's Chrome Green / Wood's Chrome...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 16-1.

    • Sierra Leone; Imperialism; Discovery & exploration; Men; Women; Animals; Central African Republic; Africa, Central; Big game hunting; Royalty; Lutes; Stringed instruments; Servants; Africa, West; Ships
    • Woodblock prints, all signed "Hartwell," from left to right starting at top left: Scene of Sierra-Leone, with black man pointing lion out to two white men holding guns; group of black men, overseen by white man in safari garb, rowing boat past...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 19-1.

    • Textbooks; Cityscapes; Steamboats; Children; Animals; Mansions; Houses; Seals (Insignia); Blacksmithing; Men; Women; Drugstores; Stores & shops; Servants
    • Woodblock prints of, from top to bottom starting at top left: title page for "Arithmetic adapted to the course of instruction academies & common schools by P. A. Towne John P. Morton & Co. Publishers Louisville, Ky."; skyline of a river city, with...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 17-2.

    • Indians of North America; Missionaries; Prisoners; Men; Animals; Children; Maps; Discovery & exploration; Shipwrecks; Campaigns & battles; Soldiers; Uniforms; Military personnel
    • Woodblock prints of, from top to bottom starting at top left: indigenous man kneeling before group of white men, one holding a cross; person with horn around neck holding onto bars of window in what appears to be prison cell; men on horseback...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 16-3.

    • Discovery & exploration; Men; Women; Children; Indians of North America; Ships; Ashanti (African people); Campaigns & battles; Imperialism; Monks; Knights; Covered wagons
    • Woodblock prints of, from top to bottom starting at top left: children listening attentively to man seated outdoors in wooden chair; indigenous man wearing pelt and holding bow looks out over water; bearded man in Elizabethan collar examines map;...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 14-2.

    • Assyria--History; Kings; Queens; Men; Women; Animals; Rescue work; Asia--History; Textbooks; Daggers & swords; Lutes; Stringed instruments; People associated with religion; Children; Nomads; Harps; Persia; Turkey; Poland; Denmark
    • Woodblock prints of, from top to bottom starting at left (all images signed "Hartwell" unless otherwise noted): Sardanapalus (Assyrian king) seated on throne holding a goblet aloft, with men and women in attendance; scene in city square; Semiramis...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 29-2.

    • Buildings; Men; Rites & ceremonies; Boston Tea Party, 1773; Demonstrations; Costumes; Moon; Women; Horses; Alligators; Steamboats; Waterfronts; Plows; Agricultural machinery & implements; Temples; Towers; Birds
    • Woodblock prints of, from left to right starting at top left: large building built in hill and valley; white man wearing loincloth and carrying bow and arrows among indigenous people, possibly setting up sacrificial altar; scene of Boston Tea...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 20-1.

    • Children; Textbooks; Men; Women; Servants; Animals; Toys; Play (Recreation); Insects; Fruit; Farmhouses; Beds; Axes; Firearms; Nuns; Containers; Tickets
    • Woodblock prints of large images from left to right starting at top left, and smaller images from top to bottom at right and from left to right beneath large images: border of flowers surrounding picture of young child, with blank space beneath;...
    • City street, France, circa 1917.

    • Women; Streets; Cities & towns; Sidewalks; Business districts; Lampposts
    • Woman, walking away from the camera down a city sidewalk, looks to the side as if reading a window sign. Large buildings and lamp posts line the city street in France during World War I.

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