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    • BIG KANAWHA, Ohio River, circa 1900.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • BIG KANAWHA, on the Ohio River near Howard Shipyard in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana. A stern wheel packet with a wood hull (152 ft. x 30 ft. x 4.5 ft.), BIG KANAWHA was built at Madison, Indiana in 1887. Owned by Captain Marlin Brown,...
    • Model of ROBT. E. LEE (Way #4777).

    • Model ships; Side wheelers; Steamboats; Howard Steamboat Museum
    • Bow and port side of a scale model of the sidewheeler ROBT. E. LEE (Way #4777) on a table in the yard of the Howard Mansion, now the Howard Steamboat Museum. The real steamer ROBT. E. LEE (Way #4777), a packet with a wood hull (285.5 ft. x 46...
    • Brass bed, Howard Mansion, circa 1965.

    • Beds; Brasswork; Mansions; Howard Steamboat Museum
    • Brass bed in James E. "Captain Jim" Howard's bedroom in the Howard Mansion, now the Howard Steamboat Museum. The bed, which is out of focus in the picture, was purchased at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. The image is out of focus.
    • George A. Mayberry of Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Portraits; Men; Public service organizations
    • Captain George A. Mayberry of Louisville, Kentucky wearing a suit jacket with pens in the jacket pocket. The photograph has marks of discoloration. Handwritten on back of image: Superintendent of Home for the Aged & Infirm. Stamped on back:...
    • Naval Armory interior, University of Louisville, 1951.

    • United States. Navy. Reserve Officers' Training Corps; Artillery (Weaponry); Military officers;
    • Captain Graham Gill of the University of Louisville Naval ROTC unit shows two unidentified men a bomb in the Naval Armory at the U of L campus. Other artillery pieces are installed around the room.
    • Naval Armory interior, University of Louisville, 1951.

    • United States. Navy. Reserve Officers' Training Corps; Artillery (Weaponry); Military officers;
    • Captain Graham Gill of the University of Louisville Naval ROTC, in uniform, shows two unidentified men a large mounted gun in the Naval Armory on the Belknap Campus. There are several other pieces of military equipment installed about the room.
    • Captain Graham Gill, Naval ROTC unit, University of Louisville, 1951.

    • United States. Navy. Reserve Officers' Training Corps; Military officers; Mines (Warfare);
    • Captain Graham Gill, head of the Naval ROTC unit at the University of Louisville, stands beside a mine. A sign over the mine reads, "Notice: do not operate or touch any ordnance gear without permission." Stencilling on the mine reads, "this is a...
    • Old Howard home, 1913 flood.

    • Floods--Ohio River; Houses; Dwellings; Rowboats
    • Captain James Howard`s home on Market Street in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana, during 1913 Ohio River flood. A woman and baby, possibly Loretta Howard and her daughter Martha, are sitting in a small boat pulled up on the lawn of the...
    • John Pringle, 1924.

    • Portraits; Men; Military uniforms; Public service organizations
    • Captain John Pringle wearing a military uniform. The photograph is badly creased and marked with discolorations. Stamped on bottom, front of image: George H. Milliken, Photographer, Louisville. Handwritten on back: Officer-In-Charge, Salvation Army...
    • Burdette Wright of Buffalo, New York, 1923.

    • Portraits; Men; Air pilots; Military officers; Military uniforms
    • Captain of Air Corps Division, Burdette Skields Wright (born in New Albany, Indiana), wearing pilot headgear and a long coat. The photograph is discolored from age. Stamped on back of image: December 1, 1923.
    • Captain Russ in flight, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Vehicles; Airplanes; Airports; Air pilots; Bowman Field (Ky.)
    • Captain Russ executes a loop in an airplane above Louisville, Kentucky. The airplane is based at Bowman Field. The airfield, established in 1919 by Abram H. Bowman, is still in operation, although Standiford Field (now Louisville International...
    • Samuel D. Jones of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Military officers; Military uniforms; Government officials; People associated with education & communication
    • Captain Sam D. Jones of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing an army uniform, coat and hat. He also served as Business Director for the Board of Education. The photograph has been cut to an irregular size, attached to card stock, and painted on....
    • Lawrence Barrett.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Turbans
    • Character portrait of American actor and producer Lawrence Barrett wearing a mustache and goatee, brimless hat, high-collared shirt, and tunic, possibly for the role of Hamlet. Barrett was born Lawrence Brannigan in Paterson, New Jersey on April 4,...
    • Beatrice Ingram, as "Marguerite".

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes
    • Character portrait of performer Beatrice Ingram in costume for the role of "Marguerite," wearing her hair in two braids, a cap, and a dress with high collar. Beatrice Ingram performed opposite Thomas M. Reynolds in "Captain Swift," "Young Mrs....
    • CITY OF CAMDEN, 1893.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • CITY OF CAMDEN, a stern-wheel packet with wood hull (175 ft. x 35 ft. x 5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1893. Owned by Captain LaVerrier Cooley in New Orleans, CITY OF CAMDEN operated on the lower Mississippi River between New Orleans and the...
    • COL. A. MACKENZIE, 1900.

    • Side wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • COL. A. MACKENZIE, a side-wheel snag-boat (160 ft. x 33 ft. x 5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1900. Owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, she initially operated on the upper Mississippi River. When Captain David Tipton died at her wheel in Lake...

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