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  • Description: Oneida
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    • Lumber yard.

    • Lumber yard.

    • Sawmills; Lumber industry

    • The lumber yard outside a sawmill located on the South Fork of the Kentucky River at Oneida across from the mouth of Bullskin Creek. Handwritten on bottom border: 362. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Sawmill interior.

    • Sawmill interior.

    • Sawmills; Lumber industry; Industrial facilities

    • The lower level and boiler room in a sawmill at Oneida. Large logs were hoisted from the creek outside and cut into planks in this room. A wood-working room was on the second floor. Handwritten on bottom border: 517. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Bedroom in boy's dormitory.

    • Bedroom in boy's dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Interiors; Bedrooms; Boarding schools; Beds; Pails; Drinking vessels; Lamps; Desks

    • The interior of a bedroom in McMurray Hall, the boys' dormitory at the Oneida Baptist Institute. An unmade feather bed is on the left, a coal bucket sits beside the fireplace, a dipper hangs over a bucket on the washstand, and a coal oil lamp sits...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Anderson Hall Medical Clinic.

    • Anderson Hall Medical Clinic.

    • Students; Oneida Baptist Institute; Physicians; Medical personnel; Clinics; Men; Women; Children

    • Students, patients and medical clinic personnel sit on the porch of Anderson Hall. The man in the doorway appears to be Dr. Joseph Addison Stucky from Lexington, Kentucky. He and Dr. C. Adeline McConville of New York conducted clinics at Oneida...
    • Student baseball game.

    • Student baseball game.

    • Play (Recreation); Sports; Baseball; Athletic fields; Oneida Baptist Institute; Students

    • Students play baseball on an athletic field, south of River Street between Second and Mill Streets in Oneida. The Oneida Institute baseball team was undefeated in 1912. Handwritten on bottom border: 436. See ULPA 1982.01.446.p for another view of...
    • Student baseball game.

    • Student baseball game.

    • Play (Recreation); Sports; Baseball; Oneida Baptist Institute; Athletic fields

    • Students play baseball on an athletic field, south of River Street between Second and Mill Streets in Oneida. A basketball hoop is in the foreground. The Oneida Baptist Institute baseball team was undefeated in 1912. Handwritten on bottom border:...
    • Kindergarden [sic] scholars.

    • Kindergarden [sic] scholars.

    • School children; Boys; Group portraits; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities

    • Six young male students stand in the doorway of Marvin Hall at Oneida Baptist Institute. From left to right are Calvin Walker, Hamp Coldiron, Eugene Walker, Milton Walker and possibly Preston and Fred Burns.
    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • Ox teams; Children; Dogs; Sleds & sleighs

    • Six children ride on a sled being pulled by a team of oxen on McMurray's farm. The children are playing with two dogs. H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of Mamre Baptist College, which became Oneida Baptist Institute. McMurray...
    • Open air court.

    • Open air court.

    • Men; Judicial proceedings; Town meetings

    • Robert Carnahan and other men are gathered in the yard next to Oneida Mercantile Company's "Big Store" for a Magisterial Court meeting. The "Big Store" also housed the Masonic Lodge on the second floor. Handwritten on bottom...
    • Prof. Sandlin and family.

    • Prof. Sandlin and family.

    • Families; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Men; Women; Girls

    • Professor Louis D. Sandlin, second wife Emma D. Witherspoon Sandlin and daughter Ethel Sandlin, a 1919 graduate of Oneida Baptist Institute. Louis D. Sandlin was one of the early instructors who often worked without pay. Emma was from Nicholasville.
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