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    • Knoxville, Tennessee [souvenir postcard folder].

    • Knoxville, Tennessee [souvenir postcard folder].

    • Rivers; Hotels; Parks; Buildings; Streets; Dwellings; Street railroads; Young Women's Christian associations; Post offices; Courthouses; Libraries; Railroad shops & yards; Railroad stations; Mental institutions; Hospitals; Bridges

    • Souvenir postcard folder from Knoxville, Tennessee. Includes images of buildings such as Knoxville High School, the Masonic Temple, the YWCA, the residence of Colonel L.D. Tyson, the county courthouse, Lawson McGhee Library, and various hotels...
    • Souvenir of Hannibal, Mo. : Mark Twain's boyhood home.

    • Souvenir of Hannibal, Mo. : Mark Twain's boyhood home.

    • Monuments & memorials; Sculpture; Parks; Swimming pools; Swimmers; Courthouses; Railroad stations; Automobiles; Schools; Young Men's Christian associations; City & town halls; Hospitals; Waterfronts; Ships; Post offices; Dwellings; Railroad...

    • Souvenir postcard folder from Hannibal, Missouri. Many of the postcards relate to Mark Twain and his characters. There are three pictures of Twain's home, one featuring Twain himself standing in front of the house. Other images include the...
    • University Hospital.

    • University Hospital.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Hospitals;

    • University Hospital rises in the background, behind the Ambulatory Care Center. Ground was broken for University Hospital in 1974. While commonly referred to as "University Hospital," since the mid-1990s, its formal name has been...
    • K Building.

    • K Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Scaffolding;

    • K Building with scaffolding, under renovation. Part of the old Louisville General Hospital, K Building was renovated and expanded in 1996. Current uses: School of Nursing (as of 1996?); houses classrooms; labs; HSC student government offices;...
    • Baxter II.

    • Baxter II.

    • Delia B. Baxter Biomedical Research Building (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Research facilities;

    • Back of Baxter II building, a multi-story red and beige brick buildling. Part of the street is also visible. Four million dollars were provided by Donald E. and Delia B. Baxter Foundation, established by Baxter International Pharmaceutical Company,...
    • K Building.

    • K Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Children; Men; Women;

    • Entrance of K Building. This is a close view of the doorway, focused on the columns, which have "UofL" inscribed at their tops, and the front door. A man holds the door open and a woman prepares to enter. Another woman with three...
    • Bettie Johnson Hall.

    • Bettie Johnson Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dormitories; Doors & doorways;

    • Entranceway to Bettie Johnson Hall. The doorway features a short covered walkway. The window over the entranceway roof is visible, and there are two wastebaskets flanking the glass door. Landscaping adjacent to the walkway is in bloom. Location:...
    • University Hospital.

    • University Hospital.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Hospitals; Streets; Buses; Automobiles; Utility poles;

    • University Hospital photograph taken from above street level at the corner of Jackson Street and Chestnut Street. Vehicles can be seen in the streets around the building, and there are telephone poles and wires in the foreground. Ground was broken...
    • Baxter I and Baxter II with the Research Tower in the background.

    • Baxter I and Baxter II with the Research Tower in the background.

    • Donald E. Baxter Research Center (Louisville, Ky.); Delia B. Baxter Biomedical Research Building (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Research facilities;

    • Corner view of the Baxter Buildings, with the street and nearby parking lot in view. The Research Tower rises behind the Baxter Buildilngs. There are cars in the street and parking lot. Both Baxter Buildings were built with support from the ...
    • Business School Career Day, University of Louisville, 1955.

    • Business School Career Day, University of Louisville, 1955.

    • University of Louisville. School of Business; Business people; Business education;

    • William Duffy, supervisor of training at the General Electric Company (GE) stands at a lectern and speaks to approximately three hundred students of the University of Louisville Business School at a Career Day presentation on April 13, 1955. He is...
    • Bettie Johnson Hall.

    • Bettie Johnson Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dormitories;

    • Entranceway to Bettie Johnson Hall. The upper windows and roof are visible, and the doorway is not. Location: Belknap Campus: 401 West Cardinal Boulevard. Current uses: Dormitory. Named in honor: Bettie Johnson, 1936 graduate of UofL's Louisville...
    • Sarcophagus of a consul(?), from Acilia, Italy.

    • Sarcophagus of a consul(?), from Acilia, Italy.

    • Sculpture; Sarcophagi; Coffins; Containers; Monuments & memorials; Ceremonial objects; Parades & processions; Rites & ceremonies; Men; Women; Boys; Youth; Teenagers; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Headbands (Headgear); Headgear;...

    • “One of the finest – and most controversial – works of third-century relief sculpture is the fragmentary sarcophagus found at Acilia, near Rome. It is an example of a later form of Roman coffin that art historians call the lenos (bathtub)...
    • Villa of Poppea, Oplontis, Italy, interior view, viridarium (87).

    • Villa of Poppea, Oplontis, Italy, interior view, viridarium (87).

    • Architecture; Buildings; Houses; Dwellings; Residential facilities; Interiors; Rooms & spaces; Gardens; Garden rooms; Walls; Architectural elements; Windows; Paintings; Murals; Optical illusions; Plants; Shrubs; Trees; Vines; Leaves; Fountains;...

    • "The construction technique and decorations of the villa suggest that it must have been built around the middle of the first century B.C. Only about thirty years earlier the Roman general Lucius Cornelius Sulla had conquered Pompeii and...
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