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    • A torn web: 16 poems.

    • Artists' books--Specimens
    • "A torn web is volume five of the "Stratigraphic Archives." Ruth Stone's poems were the source and provided a certain recognition of forms that evolved into Michele Burgess's etchings and book design, created in Vermont during the summer of 2010....
    • Wave Rock.

    • Contemporary
    • "Alongside his own production of visual poetry, which took the form of silkscreen prints as well as inscribed objects, Finlay was significant for his involvement in the 'small press' publishing activities associated with the alternative poetry...
    • Untitled.

    • Abstract (fine arts style); Minimal; Modern (styles and periods); Modernist
    • "Judd's industrially manufactured, modular pieces, developed from 1966 onwards, were stubbornly empirical investigations of specific materials and visual effects. He shunned mystification and openly declared the nature of his structures. The...
    • Making Sorghum.

    • People; Mills; Grasses
    • A group of people gathered in a field of grass featuring several wooden structures. Some of the people appear to be sucking on the grass. Sorghum is a type of grass used in the production of syrups and distilled alcoholic beverages.
    • Unc' Henry.

    • Men; African Americans; Fatigue; Porches; Gardening equipment & supplies
    • An elderly African-American gentleman is sitting on a porch step with his head resting in one hand. He is holding a hoe in one hand. He may be Henry Porter. The photograph was titled "Unc' Henry" in an album assembled in the early 1930's prior to...
    • Helen Leslie.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Autographed full-length character portrait of performer Helen Leslie wearing a black hat and black dress with beading and bustle. According to the inscription, she appeared in a production of Charles H. Hoyt's play "A Hole in the Ground," which was...
    • Joseph Holland as "Falkland".

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Autographed full-length character portrait of performer Joseph Holland costumed for the role of "Falkland" in "The Rivals," which he performed in the 1896 touring production. He stands before an indoor backdrop with a chair and fireplace, wearing a...
    • Rachel Booth Powers.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing; Cats
    • Character portrait of actress Rachel Booth (1862-1955) in costume for the role of "Carry Story" [?] in Charles H. Hoyt's "A Tin Soldier." She wears a dark blouse with lacy jumper, and holds a cat to her cheek. Booth married actor James T. Powers...
    • R. D. McLean.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes
    • Character portrait of left profile of performer R. D. McLean, with his hair powdered, and wearing a toga. Born March 7, 1859 in New Orleans, Louisiana, McLean and his wife, fellow actor Marie Prescott, toured together until Prescott's death in the...
    • David Warfield, 1909.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • David Warfield, a David Belasco Star (under contract to producer David Belasco), appeared at Macauley's Theatre nine times between 1902 and 1920. He was born in San Francisco, California in 1866, and died July 27, 1951 in New York City. In this...
    • David Warfield.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • David Warfield, a David Belasco Star (under contract to producer David Belasco), appeared at Macauley's Theatre nine times between 1902 and 1920. He was born in San Francisco, California in 1866, and died July 27, 1951 in New York City. In this...
    • Playhouse, University of Louisville.

    • Theaters; University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings; Doors & doorways;
    • Doors to the University of Louisville Playhouse. A display window beside one of the doors contains information on a production of "Kiss Me Kate," which was performed in 1960 and 1961. Note on back: "UofL Playhouse on Belknap Campus. One of the two...

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