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    • Claude C. Matlack Collection

    • Claude C. Matlack Collection

    • Appalachians (People); Appalachian Region--History; Appalachian Region--Social life and customs; Education--Appalachian Region; Education--Kentucky; Kentucky--Social life and customs; Rural schools--Kentucky--History; Oneida Baptist Institute;...

    • 665 items from Louisville native Claude C. Matlack (1878-1944), an amateur photographer who, working as an engineer for his family's plumbing business, happened to capture on film the formative years of a settlement school built by feuding...
    • Cabin, near Oneida.

    • Cabin, near Oneida.

    • Bedrooms; Log cabins; Dwellings

    • A bedroom inside a cabin near Oneida. Newspapers cover the walls. There are pumpkins and melons under the bed and a sewing machine on the right. See ULPA 1982.01.127.p and ULPA 1982.01.812.p for other images of the same cabin.
    • Hugh Mobley.

    • Hugh Mobley.

    • Boys; People with disabilities; Portrait photographs

    • Hugh Mobley, a crippled boy, whose family sold everything and moved from Newfound to Oneida because they believed Hugh would not be able to make a living without an education. Hugh's father died when he was in the third grade and financial...
    • Horse-drawn carriages.

    • Horse-drawn carriages.

    • Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Forge shops; Dirt roads

    • Horse-drawn carriages loaded with passengers sit outside the blacksmith shop near London, Kentucky. These carriages, which transported visitors from London to Oneida, appear to be waiting for one of the horses from the front carriage to have a shoe...
    • Watering horse.

    • Watering horse.

    • Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Streams

    • A horse-drawn wagon full of passengers pauses to water the horses. Robert Carnahan, whose father was known as the wealthiest man in Oneida, watches as the horses drink from Goose Creek.
    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • Children; Play (Recreation); Clotheslines; Laundry

    • Children play among clotheslines in McMurray's yard. H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of Mamre Baptist College, which became Oneida Baptist Institute. McMurray also taught at the school the first year, but because the early...
    • View of Oneida.

    • View of Oneida.

    • Cityscape photographs; Farms; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities; Buildings

    • A view of the town of Oneida from Sandlin Hill. Lee Combs' farm and house on the South Fork are on the left. The white two-story "Big Store" is at the foot of the hill on the left. Oneida Baptist Institute's Marvin Hall is the building...
    • Class play 1913, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Class play 1913, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Costumes; Theatrical productions; Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Boys; Girls

    • Oneida students pose in costumes on stage. Bige Hensley is at left. Virgie Craft, with her hair in pigtails, is in the center next to Charles Woods, who is wearing a white shirt with suspenders. Steve Treadway stands behind Virgie. Dan Hacker holds...
    • Court house at Manchester.

    • Court house at Manchester.

    • Courthouses; Signs (Notices)

    • Built in 1880, this Clay County courthouse was the scene of numerous feud battles. The sign on the tree reads "vote for Carlo Hounchell." The courthouse burned on January 20, 1936. Visitors to Oneida Baptist Institute passed through...
    • Hauling merchandise to Oneida.

    • Hauling merchandise to Oneida.

    • Covered wagons; Carts & wagons; Mules; Dirt roads; Men

    • A mule-drawn wagon full of merchandise is stuck in the mud on the road to Oneida. The drivers and observers appear to be sharing a laugh. Professor James Anderson Burns, in a derby hat, is on the right.
    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dwellings; Houses

    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings Jones. See...
    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Fences; Trees

    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida, Kentucky. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings...
    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Educational facilities; Boarding Schools; Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories

    • Anderson Hall, or the "Yellow House," was a prefabricated building named for its benefactor, Elizabeth Millbank Anderson, wife of noted New York painter Abraham Archibald Anderson. Their daughter taught domestic science at the Oneida...
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