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    • Souvenir folder of Lynch, Kentucky.

    • Souvenir folder of Lynch, Kentucky.

    • Cityscapes; Mining; Churches; Streets; Hospitals; Orthodox churches; Schools; Department stores; Power plants; Catholic churches; Athletic fields; Methodist Episcopal churches; Hotels; Banks; Post offices; Buildings; United States Coal and Coke...

    • Souvenir folder of postcards from Lynch, Kentucky, in Harlan County. Lynch is a mining town and some of the views reflect that role: there are views of mine entrances. Also pictured are various churches, including a Greek Orthodox church, an...
    • Norton Infirmary, Louisville, Ky.

    • Norton Infirmary, Louisville, Ky.

    • Hospitals; Norton Infirmary (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings

    • Norton Infirmary, front view. Norton Infirmary was a hospital located at Third and Oak streets, Louisville, Ky. The curved stairs at the entry are visible on the righthand side. Postmarked 1916 (on verso).
    • Easter greetings.

    • Easter greetings.

    • Easter cards; Chickens; Roses; Flowers; Automobiles

    • Large chick rides in golden automobile driven by a large rabbit in goggles. The car is decorated with large red roses. Labels are handwritten near the chick ("Sam Bayne") and the rabbit ("Dr. Frank"). Sam Bayne was the recipient...
    • 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...
    • Souvenir folder of Savannah, Ga.

    • Souvenir folder of Savannah, Ga.

    • Churches; Episcopal churches; Monuments & memorials; Plantations; Slave quarters; Hotels; Fountains; Streets; Automobiles; City & town halls; Bridges; Hospitals; Beaches; Ships

    • Souvenir postcard folder from Savannah, Georgia. Includes a variety of images of buildings in Savannah, including Christ Church Episcopal Church, the city hall, various hotels, Central of Georgia Railway Hospital [sic], the masonic temple, and...
    • 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;...
    • Owsley Brown Frazier Cardinal Park Sportsplex.

    • Owsley Brown Frazier Cardinal Park Sportsplex.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Sports & recreation facilities;

    • Location: Belknap Campus: 2125 South Floyd Street (Cardinal Park Sportsplex). Current uses: Houses Ulmer Stadium, Joe Kitchen Memorial Pavilion, Jewish Hospital Cardio-Path, Trager Stadium, Cardinal Park Track and Soccer Field, Cardinal Park...
    • Developmental Biology Research Program, as the Radiation Center.

    • Developmental Biology Research Program, as the Radiation Center.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. School of Medicine; Research facilities;

    • Radiation Center, in shadows. This current home of the Developmental Biology Research Program was originally built as the UofL Cancer Center (also known as the Radiation Center), with funding from the Order of Kentucky Colonels and the American...
    • 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...
    • Lampton Building.

    • Lampton Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings;

    • The Lampton Building houses technical services for the UofL Hospital Location: 535 Hancock Street. Former names: Lampton Baptist Church (possibly C.H. Owens Educational Building). Square footage: 10360.
    • Baxter Building.

    • Baxter Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings;

    • The Baxter Building was torn down in 1925 by the University of Louisville to make way for the Speed Art Museum. Location: Belknap Campus: on site of present-day Speed Art Museum. The Baxter Building served as a the main building for the House of...
    • The Sower.

    • The Sower.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Croplands; Agriculture; Farming; Landscapes (Representations); Men; Adults; Working class; Laborers; Agricultural laborers; People associated with manual labor; People associated with agriculture; Walking; Gestures;...

    • "Though its exact date is unknown, the nature of the brushwork and general intensity of style suggest late 1888 or early 1889 while van Gogh was still in Arles, the village in Provence [...]. It may even have been executed after van Gogh...
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