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    • Class of 1914, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Class of 1914, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Group portraits

    • Outdoor portrait of five students in the 1914 graduating class of Oneida Baptist Institute. From left to right: Maxwell Bowling, Ollie Samples, Steve Treadway, Laura Combs and Charles Woods. Handwritten on bottom border: 468. Title supplied by...
    • Commencement Day 1916, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Commencement Day 1916, Oneida Baptist Institute.

    • Rites & ceremonies; Oneida Baptist Institute; Graduation ceremonies; Buildings; Baptisms

    • Oneida Baptist Institute commencement procession in 1916. The procession moved from the chapel in Marvin Hall, around the school's tennis and basketball courts and the Big Store to reach the banks of the South Fork. There they witnessed the baptism...
    • 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"...
    • Jerry Burns playing a dulcimer which he made.

    • Jerry Burns playing a dulcimer which he made.

    • Stringed instruments; Zithers; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Porches

    • Jerry Burns on the porch of Carnahan Hall with his foot resting on a fossil and a dulcimer in his lap. Jerry Mier Burns was an early math teacher at Oneida Baptist Institute who also operated a gristmill and built several buildings in Oneida.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Camping.

    • Camping.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Camping; Tents

    • Oneida staff members pose outside a tent in the woods at night. The woman kneeling on the right appears to be Lillie DeZarn and the man standing on the far right appears to be Mr. A. S. Baty. The man to Miss DeZarn's right may be Dr. Preston...
    • Camping.

    • Camping.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Camping; Campfires; Outdoor cookery

    • Two of Oneida's female staff members cook over a campfire while other staff members appear to be playing a table game (left).
    • Girl's Dormitory, called "Carnahan Hall".

    • Girl's Dormitory, called "Carnahan Hall".

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

    • Carnahan Hall, a three-story girls' dormitory, which was built at Oneida Baptist Institute in 1905. The frame building at the left is a meat house and laundry. Carnahan Hall was converted to a boy's dormitory in 1925 and razed in 1968. This image...
    • 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...
    • Marvin Hall.

    • Marvin Hall.

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

    • Marvin Hall, the main classroom building at Oneida Baptist Institute, which was built in 1902 and named for Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Marvin of Louisville. See ULPA 1982.01.006.p for an earlier view of the same building.
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