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    • Camnitz Pittsburgh.

    • Camnitz Pittsburgh.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball team)

    • Howie Camnitz (1881-1960) also known as Red. Born in Covington, Kentucky; died in Louisville, Kentucky. Black-and-white portrait of Howard Camnitz with the Pittsburgh Pirates on a round card. Verso: Stars of the Diamond. The Gum That's Round. One...
    • Hugh Mobley.

    • Hugh Mobley.

    • Boys; People with disabilities; Portrait photographs

    • Hugh Mobley, a crippled boy, whose family sold everything and moved from Newfound to Oneida because they believed Hugh would not be able to make a living without an education. Hugh's father died when he was in the third grade and financial...
    • Minardi Hall.

    • Minardi Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dormitories; Trees;

    • Front entrance of Billy Minardi Hall. The name fo the building is posted over the entranceway. There are several trees and many smaller plants in front of the red brick building. The roof is grooved and the color of oxidized copper. Half of this...
    • Gardiner Hall, 2012.

    • Gardiner Hall, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Gardiner Hall seen from an elevated perspective. Current uses: A&S Advising Center; A&S Dean's Offices; A&S Women's and Gender Studies; Family Therapy; A&S Liberal Studies; IT. Named in honor of Clarence R. Gardiner, real estate...
    • Gardiner Hall.

    • Gardiner Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Entrance to Gardiner Hall, with the title "Liberal Arts" over the doorway. Current uses: A&S Advising Center; A&S Dean's Offices; A&S Women's and Gender Studies; Family Therapy; A&S Liberal Studies; IT. Named in honor of...
    • Gardiner Hall, 1926.

    • Gardiner Hall, 1926.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; People; Automobiles; Trees; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Gardiner Hall, with people standing in front of the main entrance, along the curb. A car is visible on the street, facing Gardiner. Ford and Jouett Halls are partially visible on the right; they are largely obscured by trees. Current uses: A&S...
    • Gardiner Hall, circa 2006.

    • Gardiner Hall, circa 2006.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities

    • Gardiner Hall, a multi-story red brick building with wings on both sides, framed by trees. There is a white arch over the doorway in the front of the building. There is a metal stairway on the side of the building. The building is seen from across...
    • Gardiner Hall, 1975.

    • Gardiner Hall, 1975.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities; People

    • People stand, walk, and sit on the lawn and benches near the rear of Gardiner Hall. Current uses: A&S Advising Center; A&S Dean's Offices; A&S Women's and Gender Studies; Family Therapy; A&S Liberal Studies; IT. Named in honor of...
    • Gardiner Hall, circa 2006.

    • Gardiner Hall, circa 2006.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities; Trees

    • Gardiner Hall, a multi-story red brick building with wings on both sides. There is a white arch over the doorway in the front of the building and a metal stairway on the side of the building. The building is seen from across the "Quad"...
    • State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn.

    • State Capitol, Nashville, Tenn.

    • Capitols--Tennessee--Nashville; Lawns; Trees; Towers

    • State Capitol of Tennessee in Nashville. The white columned building, which has a tall tower, is surrounded by trees a lawn. Text printed on verso reads, "Tennessee State Capitol Building was erected in 1845-1853, at a cost of $2,500,000. The...
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