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    • Atherton Building.

    • Atherton Building.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Carriages & coaches; Atherton Building (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Original address: 610 S. Fourth Street (Later known as the Francis Building). This photo shows the corner of Walnut and Fifth Streets where the Atherton Building stood. Horses and carriages are driven on the brick streets and signs show "T.P....
    • Bennett H. Young.

    • Bennett H. Young.

    • Lawyers; Portraits

    • Bennett H. Young was born in Nicholasville, Kentucky, in 1843. He joined the Confederate army in 1861, served with John Hunt Morgan raiders. Captured in a 1863 raid in Ohio, he escaped to Canada where he organized a daring series of bank robberies...
    • Lyttleton Cooke.

    • Lyttleton Cooke.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Lyttleton Cooke was born in Virginia in 1831. He spent his childhood in boarding schools and academies until age 18 when he entered the law school of the University of Virginia. Involved in a duel, he left before graduation, and moved to St. Louis,...
    • Frank W. Morancy.

    • Frank W. Morancy.

    • Lawyers; Municipal officials; Portraits

    • Frank William Morancy was born in Madison Parish, Louisiana, in 1858. His father Francis E. Morancy was a prosperous cotton planter who was also learned in both law and medicine. The family was descended from French settlers to the island of...
    • T.P. Hill.

    • T.P. Hill.

    • Lawyers; Portraits

    • Thomas P. Hill was born in Lincoln County, Kentucky, in 1828. He was educated at St. Mary's College, near Lebanon, Kentucky, studied law with John Kincaid and was admitted to the bar in 1849. He centered his practice in Stanford, Kentucky, where he...
    • W.C.G. Hobbs.

    • W.C.G. Hobbs.

    • Lawyers; Municipal officials; Legislators; Portraits

    • William C. G. Hobbs was born in St. Clair, Tenn., in 1864. He received his public school education in the schools of Lee County, Virginia, and Eastern Tennessee, after which he attended the Medical College of East Tennessee. Later, he dedicated to...
    • J. O'Hara.

    • J. O'Hara.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits

    • James O'Hara was born at New Liberty, Owen County, Kentucky, in 1825. He attended St. Mary College, near Lebanon, Kentucky. He was admitted to the bar in 1851, starting his practice in Grant County, Kentucky. In 1859, he moved to Covington,...
    • Arthur Younger Ford (1861-1926) Photograph Albums

    • Arthur Younger Ford (1861-1926) Photograph Albums

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Kentucky--Social life and customs; Coal mining; Oil wells; Lumber industry; Croplands; Horse farms; Buildings; Educational facilities

    • Assembled in 1904 for display in the Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair) in St. Louis by the chair of the Kentucky delegation, Arthur Y. Ford, two of the albums contained 309 photographs from the Appalachian,...
    • Furnas Family Album Collection

    • Furnas Family Album Collection

    • Families; Portrait photographs; Travel; Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)

    • The Furnas Family Album (circa 1887 -1910) Collection consists of 327 images, most of which were captured with a 4 x 5 camera. The collection provides a unique, sentimental, and sometimes humorous view into the lives of members and friends of the...
    • Newton Owen Postcard Collection

    • Newton Owen Postcard Collection

    • Postcards--Kentucky; Postcards--Middle West; Postcards--Southern States; Greeting cards; Christmas cards; Easter cards;

    • The Newton Owen Postcard Collection represents nearly a century in the life and travels of an extended Kentucky family. The earliest cards date to the late 19th century, and while the bulk of the collection dates to the period 1900-1940, there are...
    • Ida Vernon.

    • Ida Vernon.

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

    • Three-quarter length character portrait of performer Ida Vernon wearing a dress and hat and holding a closed umbrella. She performed at Macauley's Theatre in "Lady Rose's Daughter" in October 1903. Annotation on mount verso: Ida Vernon...
    • W. T. Carleton, circa 1886.

    • W. T. Carleton, circa 1886.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing

    • Three-quarter length character portrait of stage and screen actor and stage director William T. (W. T.) Carleton standing with one hand on his hip and the other holding a bowler hat and a cane. He wears a suit, tie, cape, and gloves. Carleton was...
    • Louise Beaudet.

    • Louise Beaudet.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes

    • Character portrait of Canadian actress Louise Beaudet wearing a floppy hat raked to the left, and a dress with collar and puffy sleeves. Louise Beaudet was born in St. Emilie, Quebec, in 1861, and died December 31, 1947 in New York City. Location...
    • Woman wearing conical hat.

    • Woman wearing conical hat.

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

    • Full-length character portrait of "Sallie" wearing a striped conical hat and tea-length dress. She stands with her left arm across her stomach and her right arm raised. Inscription on mount verso, upper center: Your Little Friend...
    • Howard Gould, circa 1901.

    • Howard Gould, circa 1901.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men

    • Portrait of performer Howard Gould wearing a suit jacket and black bow tie. Born in St. Anthony, Minnesota, circa 1864, he appeared in Leo Trevor's "Brother Officers" at Macauley's Theatre in October 1901, likely the occasion for the...
    • Eva W. Wallace.

    • Eva W. Wallace.

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

    • Full-length character portrait of Eva W. Wallace costumed for the role of "A Flower Maiden" in Wagner's opera "Parisfal" (adapted and produced in English by Henry W. Savage, and performed by Henry W. Savage's Opera Company at...
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