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    • Untitled.

    • Abstract (fine arts style); Minimal; Modern (styles and periods); Modernist
    • "Judd's industrially manufactured, modular pieces, developed from 1966 onwards, were stubbornly empirical investigations of specific materials and visual effects. He shunned mystification and openly declared the nature of his structures. The...
    • Temperance picket signs.

    • Signs (Notices); Women; Children; Temperance; Prohibition; Demonstrations
    • A woman in a long dress with a sign reading 'Dry' pinned to her shoulder stands in the street with three children, holding as placard reading "Don't let the Saloon have a chance at us." The woman may be Jean Thomas, and the messages indicate that...
    • Coach "Peck" Hickman and basketball player with announcer and trophy, Evanston,...

    • University of Louisville--Basketball; University of Louisville--Students; Basketball players; Awards; Coaches (Athletics); Students; NCAA Basketball Tournament; College athletes; University of Louisville--Sports;
    • Coach Bernard "Peck" Hickman and a player (possibly Don Goldstein) stand beside a man who speaks into a hand-held microphone. The man also holds a trophy. A boy is partly visible standing in front of them and spectators can be seen in the...
    • The Louisville Colonels.

    • Baseball players; Baseball; Louisville Colonels (Baseball team)
    • Copy photograph of a team picture of the Louisville Colonels. Two rows of baseball players in uniform. In the top left corner is a picture of Don Hill, anchor for WAVE radio. Printed on the photograph is Presented with the compliments of Louisville...
    • Bob Lochmueller receiving Thurston Cook award, Louisville, Kentucky, 1951.

    • University of Louisville--Basketball; University of Louisville--Students; Basketball players; Awards; Students; College athletes; University of Louisville--Sports;
    • Don Hill hands the Thurston Cook trophy to Robert "Long Bob" Lochmueller at half-time during the University of Louisville-Indiana State University game, February 21, 1951. Hill speaks into a microphone featuring the call letters "WGRC." According...
    • Cairo scene.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Arabs--Africa, North; Indigenous peoples; Men; Turbans; Donkeys; Signs (Notices)
    • Five turbaned men and two harnessed donkeys in front of a building with a metal grid, part of the "Orient" concession along the "Pike" at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri. On the building to the left of the grid, a notice reads: "[Don]key...
    • Pipe bearer in "The House that Jack Built."

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Child actors; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of boy, standing in front of backdrop of outdoor scene, wearing Colonial wig, wide-sleeved jacket, and leggings, and holding a long pipe with curved mouthpiece. The play referenced on the annotation, "The House that...
    • Juliette Cordon, Bostonians.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of elegantly-attired woman (in dress with feather trim at bodice; opera-length gloves; bustle and train) leaning against a mantel on a stage set including a backdrop with window and ledge. The reference to...
    • Miss Alice Nielsen, Soprano.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Opera singers; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of soprano Alice Nielsen standing in front of a set backdrop of a tree, wearing a long white dress and admiring a tree bough she holds before her. Nielsen was born in Nashville, Tennessee on June 7, 1876, and died...
    • Don Philippini, circa 1908.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Musicians; Men; Posing; Uniforms
    • Full-length portrait of conductor Don Philippini, leader of an eponymous symphony orchestra that toured the American South. Although this portrait is inscribed January 11, 1908, there is no indication that his orchestra performed at Macauley's...
    • Untitled.

    • Contemporary
    • Galvanized steel and concrete. "Deacon's organically related forms often derive from sources in the Bible, poetry, fairy stories, and figures of speech. In the two versions of the laminated wood sculpture For Those Who Have Ears (1982-3), for...

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