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    • Quiltmaker: Valerie Richards / Operates own studio, The ARTWORKS, Joliet IL, USA / 44 year old artist (printmaking/painting) who doesn't sew (ah, rebellion...). / Assistance by: Georgia Struckhoff, friend & fiber artist / Mrs. James A. Richards,...
    • Dot Abashian/USA.

    • Abashian, Dorothy (Dot) Van De Mar
    • My name is Lisa. As a radical feminist artist/writer lesbian/sometimes student, I have now reached a point where it is becoming increasingly clear that the art that I do must be womens [sic] art---art which speaks out of my experiences as a woman,...
    • Oral history interview with Ruth Bryant.

    • African Americans--Education (Elementary); African Americans--Education (Higher); National Training School for Women and Girls (Washington, D.C.); Fisk University; Howard University; African Americans; Race relations; Civil rights; African...
    • Oral history interview conducted with Ruth Bryant on July 24, 1977 by Kenneth L. Chumbley. Mrs. Bryant, a community activist, primarily discusses her involvement in community organizing and political activism during the 1960’s in Louisville. ...
    • African-American doctor, 1940.

    • African Americans--Hospitals; Nurses; Physicians; Sick persons
    • An African-American doctor examines a small child on a table. Next to the table sits a woman holding another child in her lap. A nurse stands next to the doctor who is using a stethoscope. Enlargement made for Health Council Community Chest, Mrs....
    • African-American hospital ward, 1940.

    • African Americans--Hospitals; Nurses; Sick persons
    • African-American hospital ward. Patients lie in the beds on either side of the room. Nurses and other hospital employees are near the back of the room. A girl sits on a chair in the middle of the room. Text on image: [Lay] Brad. Photo Nashville....
    • Oral history interview with Frances Smith.

    • African Americans; African American churches; African American single mothers ; African American teenage mothers; Nursing homes; Nursing home administrators; People's Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.); Single mothers; Teenage marriage; Teenage...
    • Oral history interview conducted on May 9, 1979 with Frances Smith by Mary Bobo. Mrs. Smith, a former nursing home owner and administrator discusses her childhood in Russellville, Kentucky, moving to Louisville at age twelve to tend to an aunt,...
    • Oral history interview with Amelia Ray.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; Race relations; Louisville Municipal College for Negroes (Louisville, Ky.); University of Louisville; Civil rights
    • Oral history interview with Mrs. Amelia Ray, conducted on August 25, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mrs. Ray discusses her early life and upbringing in Tennessee as well as her life in Louisville. Mrs. Ray moved to Louisville in 1934 and attended...
    • Oral history interview with Nelson Goodwin.

    • African Americans; African American businesspeople; African Americans--Social conditions; Race relations; Slavery; Civil rights; Urban renewal; Libraries; Nurseries (Horticulture)
    • Oral history interview conducted with Nelson Goodwin on January 10, 1979 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Goodwin, a nursery owner and local historian from Louisville, Kentucky, discusses his ancestors and other African Americans who lived in the...
    • Oral history interview with Murray Atkins Walls and John Walls.

    • African Americans; Race relations; Civil rights demonstrations; Civil rights; Louisville Free Public Library; Girl Scouts; Libraries; Integration; African Americans--Social conditions
    • Oral history interview with Murray Atkins Walls and John Walls, conducted July 27, 1977 by Dwayne Cox. Most of the interview focuses on Murray Atkins Walls, although her husband, John Walls, is also an active participant. They were both involved in...
    • Oral history interview with Vivian Clark Stanley.

    • African Americans; Social workers; Journalists; African American journalists; African American social workers; Beauty contests; African American newspapers; Newspapers; Louisville Defender (Louisville, Ky.); Civil rights demonstrations; Civil...
    • Oral history interview with Mrs. Vivian Clark Stanley conducted on August 5, 1985 by Janet Hodgson. She discusses her career as a social worker and her life with Frank Stanley, Sr., editor, manager, and publisher of the Louisville Defender. She...
    • Annie Fellows Johnston and the Little Colonel.

    • Authors; Women; Girls; Driveways; Dwellings; Houses; Trees; Umbrellas; Fictitious characters
    • Annie Fellows Johnston and Hattie Cochran pose under trees on the driveway at The Beeches, an estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky. Mrs. Johnston holds an open parasol over her right shoulder. Hattie is the real-life person upon whom Annie Fellows...
    • Wrecked car, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Automobiles; Fences
    • The invoice for this photograph notes that this is Mrs. Mann's car at Browder & Hoskins Co. Motor No. 1237. This side view of the vehicle shows the a crushed right front fender. Shotgun houses are visible behind the barbed wire fence behind the car.

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