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    • Grace Carr Wynn-Newborough of England, 1928.

    • Grace Carr Wynn-Newborough of England, 1928.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Women; Nobility

    • Portrait of Lady Grace Carr (Mrs. Lord William Charles) Wynn, wife of fourth Baron Newborough, born in Louisville, Kentucky. She is wearing a cloche hat, hat pin, and fur coat. The photograph has yellow discoloration from age. Stamped on back of...
    • JIM T. DUFFY, JR., 1897.

    • JIM T. DUFFY, JR., 1897.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company

    • JIM T. DUFFY, JR., a stern-wheel towboat with wood hull (120 ft. x 26 ft. x 3.8 ft.), was built at Howard in 1897. Owned by Ayer & Lord Tie Co. in Paducah, Kentucky, JIM T. DUFFY, JR. operated in the Paducah area. JIM T. DUFFY, JR. was sold...
    • Nina Herbert.

    • Nina Herbert.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women

    • Oval-shaped portrait of actress Nina Herbert with her head tilted back, wearing pearl earrings and an off-the-shoulder dress. Herbert appeared at Macauley's Theatre as Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez in the farce "Charley's Aunt," starring...
    • Frank E. Aiken, circa 1907.

    • Frank E. Aiken, circa 1907.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Portrait of left profile of actor Frank E. Aiken. He is wearing a three-piece suit and striped tie. Aiken first performed at Macauley's Theatre on January 18-23, 1875, in Bartley Campbell's "Van, The Virginian" and returned in...
    • W. H. Crompton, circa 1907.

    • W. H. Crompton, circa 1907.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Oval-shaped portrait of performer W. H. Crompton wearing a three-piece suit with white bow tie and eyeglasses attached to a buttonhole. Crompton starred in "Lady Rose's Daughter" at Macauley's Theatre in October 1903, and played with...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 1-3.

    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 1-3.

    • Stores & shops; Clothing stores; Buildings; Textbooks; Reading; Children; Organs; Maps; Slavery; African Americans; Birds; Sleeping; Wheelbarrows

    • Woodblock prints of, clockwise from top left: Kirtland's Clothing House and neighboring buildings and street (Fourth & Jefferson Street); illustrated title page for "The Fourth School Reader" by Noble Butler (with picture of two older...
    • Psalter, England, early 15th century, fragment.

    • Psalter, England, early 15th century, fragment.

    • Psalters--England--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--England; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500

    • A Psalter or Book of Psalms is a book of the Hebrew Bible with the text of 150 songs, traditionally believed to have been written by the Hebrew King David. The Psalter was used for both public worship and private prayers and, until Books of Hours...
    • Salvation Army distributing Christmas packages.

    • Salvation Army distributing Christmas packages.

    • Salvation Army; Charitable organizations; Charity; Men; Women; Uniforms; Brass instruments; Children; Christmas trees

    • Women and children line up beside a Christmas tree to receive cotton sacks, presumably full of food and toys, from a man in a suit, who is flanked by men and women in Salvation Army uniforms. Behind them, on stage, are uniformed children with...
    • Jupiter, front view.

    • Jupiter, front view.

    • Sculpture; Myths; Legends; Gods; People associated with religion; Supernatural beings; Fictitious characters; Men; Nudes; Genitals; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Beards; Lightning; Lifting & carrying; Gestures; Eagles; Birds; Animals;...

    • "Here the god is shown standing, naked, a coat thrown over his left shoulder. His left arm is raised and perhaps at one time leaned on a long scepter. The thunderbolt in his right hand and the eagle at his feet are other attributes of this...
    • Diptych leaf of Consul Areobindus, from Constantinople (Turkey).

    • Diptych leaf of Consul Areobindus, from Constantinople (Turkey).

    • Sculpture; Diptychs; Commemorations; Portraits; Men; Consuls; Government officials; Politicians; People associated with politics & government; Clothing & dress; Hairstyles; Scepters; Ceremonial objects; Symbols; Monograms; Medallions...

    • "The Louvre diptych was produced in 506 A.D., on the occasion of the consulate of Areobindus. […] An exceptionally high number of diptychs and panels in his name remain: two complete diptychs and five individual panels. […] The Areobindus...
    • The Lady of Shalott.

    • The Lady of Shalott.

    • Illustrations; Book illustrations; Wood engravings; Engravings; Prints; Relief prints; Books; Literature; Romances; Ballads; Poetry; Storytelling; Legends; Fictitious characters; Women; Clothing & dress; Dresses; Men; Knights; Biblical events;...

    • Illustration for the 1859 Moxon edition of [Alfred, Lord] Tennyson's "Poems." Edward Moxon, London; wood engraving.
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