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  • Subject: Oneida Baptist Institute
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    • Student portrait.

    • Student portrait.

    • Girls; Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Portrait photographs

    • Portrait of a Ollie Samples, a 1914 graduate of Oneida Baptist Institute. She married Dan Hacker. Handwritten on bottom border: 439. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Young girl.

    • Young girl.

    • Girls; School children; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • A close-up image of a smiling, young female student who appears to be outside Anderson Hall at Oneida Baptist Institute. Handwritten on bottom border: 387. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Craft Family.

    • Craft Family.

    • Group portraits; Families; Men; Women; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers

    • The Craft Family poses for a portrait. Left to right are: O. Clair, Wiley Boone, Henrietta, Mattie Webb, Lee, Lola, Virgie, and Rolla. Older brothers, Walter (1889-1969) and Frank (1891-1954) were not present. Lee Craft taught at Oneida Baptist...
    • Craft Family.

    • Craft Family.

    • Group portraits; Families; Men; Women; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers

    • The Craft Family, left to right: O. Clair, Wiley Boone, Henrietta, Mattie Webb, Lee, Lola, Virgie, and Rolla. Older brothers, Walter (1889-1969) and Frank (1891-1954) were not present. Lee Craft taught at Oneida Baptist Institute and the children...
    • Class of 1913, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Class of 1913, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Group portraits; Oneida Baptist Institute; Students

    • Outdoor portrait of nine students in the 1913 graduating class of Oneida Baptist Institute. Virgie Craft and Dan Hacker are in the front row on the right. Left to right in the back row are Della Davidson, Bige Hensley, an unidentified student,...
    • Thrashing [sic] wheat on Oneida School farm.

    • Thrashing [sic] wheat on Oneida School farm.

    • Harvesting; Threshing; Farming; Men; Mules; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities

    • Men use a mule-powered thresher in a wheat field. Students and faculty worked on the Oneida Baptist Institute farm, which was purchased with a donation from a woman in New York, to provide food for the school. Power was supplied by four pairs of...
    • Thrashing [sic] on school farm.

    • Thrashing [sic] on school farm.

    • Harvesting; Threshing; Men; Farming; Mules; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities

    • Men threshing wheat in a field on the Oneida Baptist Institute school farm. Students and faculty worked on the farm, which was purchased with a donation from a woman in New York, to provide food for the school. See image ULPA 1982.01.310.p. for...
    • Domestic science class exhibit, 1913.

    • Domestic science class exhibit, 1913.

    • Home economics; Table settings & decorations; Sewing; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities; Exhibitions

    • A display of students' domestic science projects in Anderson Hall at the Oneida Baptist Institute. The projects include clothing, prepared food and table settings. Handwritten on lower right corner of image: 353. See ULPA 1982.01.351.p for a...
    • Hotel Hacker.

    • Hotel Hacker.

    • Hotels; Men; Women; Porches; Oneida Baptist Institute; Boarding schools; Lodging houses

    • The remodeled Hotel Hacker near the corner of College and Center Streets in Oneida. Some male students from Oneida Baptist Institute stayed at this hotel paying $1.50 per week for room and board. The hotel was run by Andy "Br'er Rabbit"...
    • Professor Burns.

    • Professor Burns.

    • Men; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Log rafts; Rivers

    • Professor James Anderson Burns sits on a log along the bank of the South Fork of the Kentucky River, north of Oneida. He wears a suit and a straw hat. Log rafts are in the water on the left. Handwritten on side border: 523. Title supplied by...
    • Professor Burns.

    • Professor Burns.

    • Men; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Log rafts; Rivers

    • Professor James Anderson Burns sits on a stump along the bank of the South Fork of the Kentucky River with his foot resting on a log raft. He wears a suit and a straw hat. Other log rafts are in water behind him. This photograph was attributed to...
    • Professor Burns and others.

    • Professor Burns and others.

    • Men; Women; Boys; Girls; Families; Benches; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • Professor Burns of Oneida Baptist Institute and five others pose on and around an outdoor bench. The other individuals may be his wife Martha (sitting second from left), his son Dugger (standing) and his three daughters Myrtle, Dixie and Holly...
    • Dr. Stucky and Oneida Staff.

    • Dr. Stucky and Oneida Staff.

    • Men; Women; Oneida Baptist Institute; Physicians; Clinics; Porches

    • Dr. Stucky (second row on the left) and other visiting medical personnel sit on the front porch steps at Anderson Hall with Oneida staff members. Dr. Stucky practiced medicine in Lexington, Kentucky. He and Dr. C. Adeline McConville of New York...
    • Dead mule.

    • Dead mule.

    • Mules; Boys; Men; Confrontations; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • Boys and men stand around George Baker's dead mule in front of Oneida Baptist Institute. The mule was killed when two men on opposite sides of the Baker-Howard feud clashed and opened fire. Charlie Roberts intended to shoot George Baker, but missed...
    • Dead mule.

    • Dead mule.

    • Mules; Men; Boys; Confrontations; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • Boys and men stand around George Baker's dead mule at the bottom of the hill in front of Marvin Hall. Carnahan Hall is on the right. The mule was killed when two men on opposite sides of the Baker-Howard feud clashed and opened fire. Charlie...
    • Boy's Dormitory.

    • Boy's Dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Mountains

    • McMurray Hall, the school's first building, erected in 1899. It was named after H. L. McMurray, a Baptist preacher from Kansas, who helped found Mamre Baptist College which became Oneida Baptist Institute. Originally a one-story square with...
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