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    • 4th Avenue and entrance Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Ky.

    • Hotels; Seelbach Hilton (Louisville, Ky.); Streets; Fraternal lodges; Elks (Fraternal order). Lodge no. 8 (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Fourth Street in Louisville, Kentucky, with a view north towards Walnut Street. A crowd is walking past the Seelbach Hotel entrance on the left. Automobiles, horses and carriages are parked in front of the hotel and two trolleys move along Fourth...
    • A tobacco market, Louisville, Ky.

    • Tobacco industry; Men
    • A crowd of men stand on the floor of a tobacco market in Louisville, Kentucky among large rolls of tobacco. A. W. Terhune wrote on the front of the postcard: "Have just been through place like this with Mr. Brasham Sr., Pop, June 19, 1907."
    • Adler Planetarium, Grant Park, Chicago.

    • Planetaria; Domes; Adler Planetarium and Astronomical Museum
    • Adler Planetarium, Chicago, Illinois. The planetarium is seen in isolation. It has a large dome and a sign over the entrance reads "The Adler Planetarium." Text printed on verso reads, "The $1,000,000 Adler Planetarium comprising an observatory and...
    • All Easter joy be yours to-day.

    • Easter cards; Rabbits; Easter eggs; Animals in human situations
    • Two rabbits decorating an Easter egg. One holds a paint brush and bucket of paint and the other appears to be holding the egg steady. The scene is framed in a circle which appears suspended on a string between two pussy willow boughs. Postmarked...
    • All Easter joys to thee.

    • Easter cards; Lilies; Flowers; Crosses
    • Silver cross with white Easter lilies. A scroll wraps around the cross, reading "May blessings of to-day abide, until another Eastertide." Published by BB, London, series no. R 90. Printing information dates this card to before the first World War.
    • All joy to you this Eastertide.

    • Easter cards; Easter eggs; Baskets; Children; Rabbits
    • Boy and a girl with rabbits and baskets containing colored Easter eggs. The boy wears knickers. The girl holds a rabbit, which she is feeding. Another rabbit sits on a table near the boy, while a third sits up on its hind legs, facing the boy....
    • All joys of Easter.

    • Easter cards; Flowers; Crosses; Buildings
    • Landscape including a house or church by a path. The landscape is framed by a circle on a cross; the bottom of the frame is surrounded by flowers. Postmarked 1917 on verso.
    • Approach to Bay Bridge, Mobile, Ala.

    • Bridges; Automobiles; Cochrane Bridge (Mobile, Ala.)
    • Cars crossing a bridge. The cars are coming toward the viewer. Text printed on verso reads, "This view shows the Mobile River span of the Chocrane Bridge across the headwaters of Mobile Bay. The total length of this bridge is 10.7 miles and it is...
    • Arts and Sciences senior class, University of Louisville, 1917.

    • Students; University of Louisville--Students; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville--Alumni and alumnae; University of Louisville. College of Arts and Sciences;
    • Nine students from the 1917 senior class of the College of Arts and Sciences pose on the steps of the Silas Miller Mansion, home of the college from 1907-1925. There are six women and three men. In 1925 the university moved to the Belknap Campus;...
    • Ashland, homestead of Henry Clay.

    • Clay, Henry, 1777-1852--Homes & haunts--Kentucky--Lexington; Dwellings
    • Ashland, an ivy-covered brick home consisting of a two story central portion and a one story "wing" on either side; front view. A red and white striped awning covers a balcony above the main entrance. Published by Wrenn & King. Postmarked 1909 on...
    • Asylum for the Blind, Louisville, Ky.

    • Kentucky School for the Blind; Schools
    • Kentucky School for the Blind on Frankfort Avenue in Louisville, Kentucky, seen from the front. This institution's original name was the Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind. The structure in this image was built in 1855 and razed in...
    • Aunt Florence in Vermont.

    • Women; Snow; Dogs; Sleds & sleighs
    • The photographer's sister, Florence Matthews, poses with a sled and a dog in a snow scene in Vermont. Handwritten on verso: "With Christmas Love, To Florence, From Kate" An inscription on another print of this image (1985.09.021) indicates that the...

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