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    • Last day of school, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Teachers; Students; Children; Women; Classrooms; Schools; Blackboards; Flags--United States; People
    • A teacher shakes hands with a young boy while a young girl stands with her arm around the teacher's waist. The teacher wears a dark dress with a frilled collar and has a whistle on a string around her neck. The young girl wears a dark hat and a...
    • Hygiene class at Portland School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Portland School (Louisville, Ky.); Hygiene; Students; Teachers; Children; Schools; Desks; Blackboards; People
    • Address: 3410 Western Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky. Students in a hygiene class help with an inspection at Portland School. Crason Scott examines Chester Davis's nails as Sibyl Becker checks Margaret Durr's nails. A teacher stands at the back of...
    • School girls.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Women; Portraits
    • An unidentified female student, or a young instructor, with teacher Minnie Leigh Gibson of Shelbyville (left). Miss Gibson joined the faculty in 1907. The unidentified young lady may be Evelyn Carter who later married Howard Giles.
    • D.B. Logan.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Daniel Boone Logan was born in 1858 in Olive Hill, Kentucky. He received his early education at Morehead high school in Rowan County and Grayson Academy in Carter County. He was employed as a teacher from 1876 until 1886 in Bath, Rowan and Fleming...
    • Woodford R. and Harriett B. Porter Building, circa 1981.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. College of Education and Human Development; Educational facilities; Research facilities;
    • Entrance to the Woodford R. and Harriett B. Porter Building (College of Education and Human Development). There are recently planted trees near the entrance, suggesting this image was made soon after the building was completed, in 1981. The...
    • Woodford R. and Harriett B. Porter Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. College of Education and Human Development; Educational facilities; Research facilities;
    • Entrance to the Woodford R. and Harriett B. Porter Building (College of Education and Human Development). There are trees near the entrance, as well as wooden benches and a street lamp. The building was originally referred to as the College of...
    • Simmons University cooking class, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920s.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); Classrooms; African American universities and colleges; African American college students; College students; Education; African Americans--Education (Higher); Home economics; Cooking utensils; Cooks; African...
    • Female students with their teacher during cooking class at Simmons University. The university has gone by many names since its founding in 1879: The Kentucky Normal and Theological Institute (1879), State University (1883), Simmons University...
    • Copy photo of a man, 1928.

    • Men; Portraits
    • Head and shoulders portrait of a young man wearing a white shirt with wavy hair. An inscription on the photograph says, ""To Miss Ellen Irma Flanedy the little teacher who always stands 'by' me Clinton Jack Stanley Ziegfield Follies 1927-1928.""
    • H. L. Stone.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Henry Lane Stone was born in Bath County, Kentucky, near Sharpsburg, in 1842. After his father moved the family to Indiana, he attended the Indiana common schools and was also a student in an academy in Bainbridge, Indiana. After a period as a...
    • Shooting fish with bow and arrow.

    • Rivers; Fishing; Arrows; Bows (Archery); Men
    • Jerry Burns fishes with a bow and arrow in the South Fork of the Kentucky River just below the old ferry which connected River Street with the Bullskin Road. Bow and arrows were used for small game to conserve ammunition. Jerry Mier Burns was an...
    • 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.
    • Louise Cleland.

    • Women; Portraits; Benches
    • Louise Cleland, a music teacher at the Kentucky College for Young Ladies, stands next to a rough hewn bench in an outdoor portrait. She was the widow of Dr. Thomas Horace Cleland, minister at Pewee Valley Presbyterian Church. Title supplied by...

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