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    • Oppenheimer Hall.

    • Oppenheimer Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Automobiles; Streets; Trees; Oppenheimer Hall (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Early image of Oppenheimer Hall. The building is seen from the side and at a distance; the Speed Museum is visible in the background, and the Confederate Monument can be seen down Third Street. There are cars on Third Street, and several trees...
    • Oppenheimer Hall.

    • Oppenheimer Hall.

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

    • Oppenheimer Hall with a car parked in front at the curb. There is ivy on the building. The car dates this image to the 1930s. Current uses: Kent School of Social Work. Named in honor: Julius John Oppenheimer, former Dean of College of Arts and...
    • Collegiate Institute.

    • Collegiate Institute.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Collegiate Institute of Louisville; Educational facilities;

    • This building was the second home of Louisville Collegiate Institute, or Louisville College. Louisville Collegiate Institute was created November 14, 1837 with provisions for seven departments: Mental and Moral Science and Political Economy;...
    • Medical School (8th & Chestnut).

    • Medical School (8th & Chestnut).

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. Medical Dept.;

    • Engraving of the first home of University of Louisville Medical School. The site of the Louisville Medical Institute, 1837-1846; renamed University of Louisville Medical School (1846-1907). Shared "University Square" with Collegiate...
    • Patterson Hall.

    • Patterson Hall.

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

    • Patterson Hall, seen from across a field. A tree partially obscures the building. Patterson Hall was named in honor of John L. Patterson, former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and University Chancellor. Part of the original House of...
    • Patterson Hall, 1930s.

    • Patterson Hall, 1930s.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Research facilities; Men; Utility poles;

    • Patterson Hall with three men standing nearby. There is a utility pole near the building, as well. Patterson Hall was named in honor of John L. Patterson, former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and University Chancellor. Part of the...
    • J.B. Speed Hall groundbreaking, 1940.

    • J.B. Speed Hall groundbreaking, 1940.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. Speed Scientific School; Ground breaking ceremonies; Men; Women; Crowds; Shovels; Signs (Notices); Grawemeyer Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Brigman Hall (Louisville, Ky.); J.B....

    • Groundbreaking for J.B. Speed Hall. One man in a long coat and hat is pushing a shovel into the ground with his foot. A crowd, predominantly male, stands nearby looking on. There is a sign near the crowd that reads, "USA / Work Program /...
    • Oppenheimer Hall, as the School of Education.

    • Oppenheimer Hall, as the School of Education.

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

    • Oppenheimer Hall, seen from the street in front of the building. The building is partly hidden by trees. This image was made when Oppenheimer housed the Department, and then School, of Education. Current uses: Kent School of Social Work. Named in...
    • Health Sciences Building, circa 2004.

    • Health Sciences Building, circa 2004.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. School of Medicine; Educational facilities; Courtyards; Columns;

    • Health Sciences Building, a modern concrete and glass building featuring large concerte columns. This building is part of the Health Sciences Center. Part of the courtyard can be seen in front of the building; there are several small trees in...
    • Football team, University of Louisville, 1904.

    • Football team, University of Louisville, 1904.

    • University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Sports; University of Louisville--Football; Football players;

    • University of Louisville students dressed for an informal football game in 1904. Organized football teams were officially established at U of L in 1912. Most of U of L's football players at the time were medical students. Two football games were...
    • Cheerleaders, University of Louisville, 1968.

    • Cheerleaders, University of Louisville, 1968.

    • Cheerleading; University of Louisville--Students; Students; Fairgrounds Stadium (Louisville, Ky.);

    • U of L cheerleaders mingle with the Kent State cheerleaders (male and female) prior to the U of L vs. Kent State homecoming football game. Only U of L's Pam Recktenwald, the woman wearing the corsage, can be identified.
    • Dental School classroom, University of Louisville, circa 1920s.

    • Dental School classroom, University of Louisville, circa 1920s.

    • Dental students; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Faculty; Teachers; Classrooms; University of Louisville. School of Dentistry

    • U of L dental students, all male, sit at long desks that nearly fill the classroom to capacity. Two identical mechanical devices rest on the front row desk and the students sitting behind it wear aprons. They appear to be working on some kind of...
    • Balaclavas.

    • Balaclavas.

    • Sculpture; Headgear; Symbols; Commercialism; Commerce; Shopping; Patterns (Design elements); Logos; Swastikas; Rabbits; Animals; Mirrors; Reflections; Cameras; Photographic apparatus & supplies

    • Series of five woolen hoods; "The motifs on Trockel's knitted balaclavas emblematized various issues. The 'bunnies', for instance, teasingly evoked the kind of imagery displayed in [Sigmar] Polke's Playboy Bunnies, whilst the swastikas nudged...
    • Bunnies.

    • Bunnies.

    • Paintings; Acrylic paintings; Capitalism; Glamour photographs; Sex; Seduction; Lust; Relations between the sexes; Women; Bathing beauties; People associated with entertainment & sports; Posing; Clothing & dress; Lingerie; Bathing suits;...

    • "In subsequent paintings by Polke, deliberately inept versions of American Pop techniques ironically signaled West Germany's 'secondary' cultural/economic status vis-à-vis America. In his Rasterbilder works he subverted [Roy] Lichtenstein's...
    • Blaze, detail.

    • Blaze, detail.

    • Paintings; Abstract paintings; Abstract works; Optical illusions; Hallucinations & illusions; Details

    • "Riley's 'Op' paintings of the early 1960s were exclusively in black and white although, as her critical mentor the psychologist Anton Ehrenzweig noted, they could generate disembodied sensations of color. She was to begin incorporating color...
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