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    • Rock, paper, book.

    • Type and type-founding--Specimens; Graphic design (Typography); Artists' books--California; Artists' books--Specimens
    • "Fourteen students developed the ideas for this book on the subject of paper. The texts and images were printed on Rives Heavyweight using four Vandercook presses. Each section was wrapped with Rives BFK gray, on which meaningful pieces of their...
    • Taken during early days of the school.

    • Men; Women; Group portraits; Wooden buildings
    • A group of men and women pose outside a frame building, which may be the meat house and laundry on the Oneida Baptist Institute campus. James Anderson Burns is on the far left and W.D. "Bill" Ponder is in the front row on the right. The woman on...
    • Y.M.H.A. Print of basketball team.

    • Men; Girls; Boys; Basketball players; Young Men's Hebrew Association (Louisville, Ky.)
    • A group of young women sit and stand in two rows with a man standing at the end of the top row. The girl in the center of the front row holds a basketball. A young boy in a YMHA shirt sits on the floor in front. Address: YMHA, 2nd Street and Jacob...
    • Taken during early days of the school.

    • Men; Group portraits
    • A group portrait of seventeen men, perhaps some of the early trustees of Oneida Institute. Includes H. L. McMurray in the front row on the right, William Ponder in the second row on the right, Henry Hensley in the back row on the right, and James...
    • Spinning wheel.

    • Spinning apparatus; Log cabins
    • A spinning wheel sits in front of a window inside the Hegan family log cabin. The cabin, located near Jacob's Park south of Louisville, Kentucky, was owned by Samuel W. Hegan, father of Alice Caldwell Hegan, who wrote "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage...
    • Young Men's Hebrew Association, exterior.

    • Buildings; Lodges; Young Men's Hebrew Association (Louisville, Ky.); Canopies;
    • Address: 729 S. Second Street (Building no longer exists). Although the building materials, mostly brick, are modest, this building was made distinctive through the use of contrasting stone belts to delineate the floor levels, quoins on the window...
    • Old woman on porch.

    • Women; Older people; Chairs; Porches; Log cabins
    • An elderly woman sits in a chair on porch of log cabin with alligator skins hanging on the wall behind her. The cabin, located near Jacob's Park south of Louisville, Kentucky, was owned by Samuel W. Hegan, father of Alice Caldwell Hegan, who wrote...
    • Stone chimney on log cabin.

    • Log cabins; Chimneys; Masonry
    • An exterior view of the stone fireplace and chimney on the Hegan family log cabin. The cabin, located near Jacob's Park south of Louisville, Kentucky, was owned by Samuel W. Hegan, father of Alice Caldwell Hegan, who wrote "Mrs. Wiggs of the...
    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument.

    • Monuments & memorials; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Monuments
    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument located on Third Street, Louisville, Kentucky, erected in 1895. Monument reads: "Our Confederate Dead, 1851-1885." Handwritten on bottom of mounted print: "3rd & Brandeis. Was carved in Florence, Italy. Unveiled June...
    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument.

    • Monuments & memorials; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Monuments
    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument located on Third Street, Louisville, Kentucky, erected in 1895. Monument reads: "Our Confederate Dead, 1851-1885." Handwritten on bottom of mounted print: "3rd & Brandeis. Was carved in Florence, Italy. Unveiled June...
    • Keneseth Israel Synagogue, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Synagogues; Religious facilities; Buildings; Building construction; Signs (Notices)
    • Construction of Keneseth Israel Jewish Synagogue, on 232 East Jacob Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Boards and bricks cluttered in front of building, windows yet to be installed. Signs are posted indicating that the architects were Joseph & Joseph...
    • Keneseth Israel Synagogue, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Synagogues; Religious facilities; Buildings; Building construction; Signs (Notices)
    • Construction of Keneseth Israel Jewish Synagogue, on 232 East Jacob Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Signs are posted indicating that the architects were Joseph & Joseph and the general contractors were Platoff & Bush. The Keneseth Israel Synagogue...

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