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  • Creator: Matlack, Claude Carson, 1878-1944 (collector)
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    • Spinning.

    • Spinning apparatus; Log cabins; Porches; Women
    • Mary Baker stands at her spinning wheel on the porch of her cabin. Mary, the daughter of Bill "Oak" Baker, had her own sheep and made the wool into clothes "all her self." (Kelly Morgan, "History of Clay County, Kentucky 1776-1976," p. 131.)
    • Horseback riding in Buffalo Creek.

    • Men; Horseback riding; Horses; Streams
    • Men on horseback ride away from the camera in a creek bed near the mouth of Buffalo Creek. Handwritten on bottom border: 405. Handwriting on verso is partially obscured by scrapbook paper that has adhered to the print, but appears to say: "___...
    • Rural road.

    • Dirt roads; Barns; Carriages & coaches; Horses
    • A small dirt road runs between fields. A barn can be seen in the distance and a horse-drawn carriage is in the lower right corner. This may be same carriage as in image ULPA 1982.01.726.p and it may be on the farm where Abraham Lincoln was born....
    • Boing [sic] to the grist mill.

    • Riding; Horses; Women; Roads; Country life
    • A woman and a small boy ride a horse or mule to the gristmill. The child has a "turn" or sackful of corn in his lap. The woman wears a bonnet and rides in typical sidesaddle fashion while the boy straddles the horse or mule as they ride away from...
    • Family working outdoors.

    • Men; Girls; Women; Home food processing; Country life; Smoke
    • A family pauses from working outside. The man holds a hoe and the three girls hold small wooden rods. They may be boiling molasses because a tub can be seen through smoke on the right. The woman (left) wears a coat and hat, but two of the girls are...
    • School girls.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Women; Portraits
    • An unidentified female student, or a young instructor, with teacher Minnie Leigh Gibson of Shelbyville (left). Miss Gibson joined the faculty in 1907. The unidentified young lady may be Evelyn Carter who later married Howard Giles.
    • Group of mountain people.

    • Violins; Stringed instruments; Musicians; Men; Children
    • Group of men and children gathered indoors, apparently to listen to Alfred Burns play the fiddle. Most sit facing the camera on wooden chairs in a wall-papered room. From left to right: Dixie Burns, an unidentified girl, Myrtle Burns, an...
    • Same cabin and barn.

    • Log cabins; Barns; Farms; Fences; Carts & wagons
    • A log cabin home on a mountainside in Kentucky. A horse-drawn carriage is approaching (lower right corner). See image ULPA 1982.01.026.p for a closer view of the cabin and the family who live here.
    • Girls after about a year at Oneida.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Girls; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Group portraits
    • Seven young women pose outside the girls' dormitory, Carnahan Hall. Della Davidson, whose father and brother were killed in the feuds is on left. Her sister, Esther Davidson, is in the center. Lillie DeZarn is on the far right.

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