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    • Gen. P. St. Geo. Cooke, U.S.A.

    • Gen. P. St. Geo. Cooke, U.S.A.

    • Portraits; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Military personnel--Union; Generals--American--1860-1870; Generals; Military uniforms; Military officers

    • Portrait of Philip St. George Cooke (1809-1895), a career United States Army cavalry officer who served as a Union general (brevet major general) in the United States Civil War. He is noted for his authorship of an Army cavalry manual, and is...
    • Today Show broadcast from the University Library, University of Louisville, 1956.

    • Today Show broadcast from the University Library, University of Louisville, 1956.

    • Broadcasting; Schneider Hall (Louisville, Ky.); College administrators; College presidents; University of Louisville--Presidents; Today show (Television program);

    • University of Louisville's executive vice president, Woodrow Strickler (back row, arms crossed), former Mayor Charles Farnsley (middle) and President Philip Davidson (right) watch behind the scenes as "Today" with host Dave Garroway...
    • Talking.

    • Talking.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Arms (Anatomy); Hands; Fingers; Body parts; Clocks & watches; Cigarettes; Smoking; Smoke; Worry

    • "As in certain paintings by Francis Bacon, existential givens were made stubbornly palpable in Guston's pictures. Recurrent images such as a head with a single wide-open eye, wrist-watches, bare light-bulbs, or cigarette butts spoke of bouts...
    • Agora, Athens, Greece, plan, c. 300 BCE.

    • Agora, Athens, Greece, plan, c. 300 BCE.

    • Architecture; Buildings; Social & civic facilities; Government facilities; Courthouses; Justice facilities; Mints; Stores & shops; Mercantile facilities; Commercial facilities; Markets; Shrines; Altars; Religious facilities; Temples;...

    • Includes: Hephaisteion; Kolonos Agoraios; Strategeion?; Tholos; Altar; Bouleuterion; Old Bouleuterion; Sanctuary of [?]; Poikile Stoa; Royal Stoa; Stoa of Zeus; Apollo Patroos; The Eponymous Heroes: [?] River; 12 Gods; Eschara; St. Philip; Hadrian...
    • Frederick Weygold of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Frederick Weygold of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Artists; Costumes; Paintings; Headdresses; War bonnets

    • German-born painter Frederick Philip Weygold of Louisville, Kentucky, posed beside one of his works, wearing traditional Native American garb. The photograph has been cut to an irregular shape, painted on to accentuate small details, and discolored...
    • Adelaide Neilson.

    • Adelaide Neilson.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing

    • Character portrait of actress Adelaide Neilson wearing hat with long plume and fur-trimmed cape. Best known for the role of Juliet in Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet," Neilson was born in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, March 3, 1848. She...
    • Miss Neilson.

    • Miss Neilson.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing

    • Full-length character portrait of actress Adelaide Neilson standing next to a pianoforte, wearing a long regal dress with train, and her hair piled atop her head in a braid. She appears in the same costume and pose in Image Number ULPA...
    • Frances Kemble.

    • Frances Kemble.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing

    • Full-length character portrait, taken in front of a backdrop of a garden wall, of British actress Frances Anne (Fanny) Kemble (married name Butler), seated on the ground, wearing a long white dress and hat. She is a member of a famed acting family...
    • Adelaide Neilson.

    • Adelaide Neilson.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing

    • Three-quarter length character portrait of actress Adelaide Neilson standing next to a pianoforte, wearing a long regal dress with train, and her hair piled atop her head in a braid. She appears in the same costume and pose in Image Number ULPA...
    • Sanctuary of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon, aerial view.

    • Sanctuary of Jupiter, Baalbek, Lebanon, aerial view.

    • Architecture; Archaeological sites; Ruins; Buildings; Temples; Religious facilities; Facades; Architectural elements; Structural elements; Columns; Colonnades; Podiums; Plazas; Courtyards; Gates; Walls; Aerial photographs; Aerial views; Bird's-eye...

    • “The first part of the project, which began perhaps as early as Augustus, was a grandiose temple to Jupiter; an inscription suggests it was completed by 60 CE. The Jupiter temple is a typical example of the compromise between Greek and Roman...
    • The Ultimate Anxiety.

    • The Ultimate Anxiety.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Marines (Visual works); Seascapes; Landscapes (Representations); Rites & ceremonies; Harbors; Bodies of water; Ships; Boats; Sailing ships; Galleys (Ships); Vessels; Sailing; Gondolas; Rowboats; Vehicles; Railroad...

    • "Although resident in America, Morley was the first winner of the Turner Prize in 1984. Funded by the 'Patrons of New Art' affiliated to London's Tate Gallery, this prize was subsequently awarded annually for 'outstanding contributions' to...
    • Agora, Athens, Greece, plan, c. 400 BCE.

    • Agora, Athens, Greece, plan, c. 400 BCE.

    • Architecture; Buildings; Social & civic facilities; Government facilities; Courthouses; Courtrooms; Justice facilities; Mints; Stores & shops; Mercantile facilities; Commercial facilities; Markets; Shrines; Altars; Religious facilities;...

    • Includes: Hephaisteion; Kolonos Agoraios; Strategeion?; Tholos; Altar; Bouleuterion; Old Bouleuterion; Poikile Stoa; Royal Stoa; Stoa of Zeus; The Eponymous Heroes: [?] River; 12 Gods; Eschara; St. Philip; Hadrian St.; Private Houses & Shops;...
    • Agora, Athens, Greece, plan, c. 150 BCE.

    • Agora, Athens, Greece, plan, c. 150 BCE.

    • Architecture; Buildings; Social & civic facilities; Government facilities; Courthouses; Justice facilities; Mints; Stores & shops; Mercantile facilities; Commercial facilities; Markets; Shrines; Religious facilities; Temples; Prisons;...

    • Includes: Hephaisteion; Arsenal?; Kolonos Agoraios; Strategeion?; Tholos; Bouleuterion; Sanctuary of [?]; Altar; Poikile Stoa; Royal Stoa; Stoa of Zeus; Apollo Patroos; Metroon; The Eponymous Heroes: [?] River; 12 Gods; St. Philip; Hadrian St.;...
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