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    • Expositio in omnes Pauli epistolas, fragment.

    • Manuscripts, Medieval Florus; Lugdunensis; Citeaux (Cote-d'Or, France)
    • Leaf from a twelfth century theology book, copied at the Monastery of Citeaux in France. The book was written on animal skins since paper was not used in Europe at that time, and was intended for study or for reading aloud within the monastic...
    • Ring with cameo.

    • Roman (ancient Italian style); Imperial (Roman)
    • "This ring is formed from a circular hollow band made from rolled and soldered gold leaf, which flares out near the bezel. The bezel, rectangular in shape but with rounded corners, is set with a blue-tinged agate in two layers against a white...
    • John P. Morton & Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Commercial facilities; Publishers; Printers; Stationery trade
    • John P. Morton & Co. Stationers - Printers - Office Outfitters, located at Main Street in Louisville Kentucky, viewed with a pedestrian and two cars parked in front. Sign at the top of the building: John P. Morton & Company, with 426 on either...
    • Eugene Daily of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Judges
    • Judge Eugene Daily of Louisville, Kentucky, waving and wearing a suit. The photograph has been cut down the middle and is damaged around his face. Attached to the back and handwritten: Judge Eugene M. Daily, third district, common pleas division,...
    • William Goebel statue, Frankfort, Kentucky, 1914.

    • Monuments & memorials; Governors; Goebel, William, 1856-1900
    • Statue of William Goebel, former governor of Kentucky, unveiled March 11, 1914, in Frankfort, Kentucky. A dark statue of Governor Goebel stands with his arms crossed, wearing a robe. The statue is on a white, square pedestal which reads, "Governor...
    • Waverly Hills Sanatorium.

    • Buildings; Hospitals; Waverly Hills Sanatorium (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Location: Dixie Highway, Pleasure Ridge Park. When it opened in 1911, Waverly Hills Sanatorium housed only eight patients. The design of the building is in keeping with theories of the time regarding the efficacy of a rural setting and atmosphere...
    • Hotel interior, unidentified.

    • Buildings; Hotels
    • This common area of an unidentified hotel designed by Joseph & Joseph architects includes seating areas with tables and chairs, couches, reading lamps and chandeliers, and curtained alcoves. Stamped on front: Hesse Louisville.
    • P. B. Muir.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Peter B. Muir was born in Nelson County, Kentucky, in 1822. He was orphaned at an early age and raised by his paternal grandfather, Dr. William Muir. After an early education in the country schools of Nelson county, he attended Hanover College....
    • H. L. Stone.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Henry Lane Stone was born in Bath County, Kentucky, near Sharpsburg, in 1842. After his father moved the family to Indiana, he attended the Indiana common schools and was also a student in an academy in Bainbridge, Indiana. After a period as a...
    • Jno. C. Strother.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • John C. Strother was born in Trimble County, Kentucky, in 1846. He attended the common schools and read law under W. S. Pryor, chief justice of Kentucky, and Joseph Barbour, of the Kentucky superior court, and graduated the law department of the...
    • Emmet Field.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits
    • Emmet Field was born in Louisville in 1841. He was educated in Missouri, at Westminster College, and served in the 2d Missouri Cavalry of the Confederate army. He returned to Louisville in 1864, and the next year graduated from the law department...
    • Wm. L. Dulaney.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Municipal officials; Portraits
    • William LeRoy Dulaney was born in York, Ill., in 1838. He attended Centre College, graduating in1857. He read law under Judge W.V. Loving and was admitted to the bar in 1860. He served as city attorney of Bowling Green, Kentucky, in 1860 but joined...
    • C.M. Thomas.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Charles Morehead Thomas was born in 1847 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He attended the common schools of Warren County, Kentucky, but was caught up in the turmoil of the Civil War, joining the Confederate Army as a youth. After the war he returned to...
    • Thomas Holman Hanks.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Thomas H. Hanks was born in 1823 near Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. He received a common school education, and at the age of twenty-four was elected to represent Anderson County in the Kentucky legislature. He was elected circuit clerk of Anderson County...
    • Ainslie Hewett Bookplate Collection

    • Bookplates; Armorial bookplates; Labels; Heraldic bookplates; Art, Gothic
    • The Ainslie Hewett Bookplate Collection features 104 bookplates designed by Louisville native (George) Ainslie Hewett between 1909 and 1951. The bookplates were created for notable Louisville residents, as well as for clients across the United...

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