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    • Planting watermelon.

    • Planting watermelon.

    • Farming; Men; Boys

    • Professor Burns (left), an unidentified boy and Elijah Gay use hoes to plant watermelon. See ULPA 1982.01.426.p, ULPA 1982.01.459.p and ULPA 1982.01.490.p for additional images of these individuals taken on the same day. Handwritten on bottom...
    • Planting corn, circa 1910.

    • Planting corn, circa 1910.

    • Men; Farming

    • A farmer uses a hand-operated corn planter to plant his crop in a hillside field. Handwritten on bottom border: 493. Verso inscription is partially obscured by scrapbook paper that has adhered to the print, but appears to say: "___ plant__...
    • Hudson 6-40 HP  Claude C. Matlack 1914.

    • Hudson 6-40 HP Claude C. Matlack 1914.

    • Automobiles; Public libraries; Signs (Notices); Louisville Free Public Library

    • An automobile parked in front of the Louisville Free Public Library. A small flag on the hood of the car reads: Matlack Lighting Fixtures. Written across the bottom border of the print: Hudson 6-40 HP Claude C. Matlack 1914. See ULPA 1982.01.552.p...
    • Hudson 6-40 HP  Claude C. Matlack 1914.

    • Hudson 6-40 HP Claude C. Matlack 1914.

    • Automobiles; Public libraries; Signs (Notices); Louisville Free Public Library

    • An automobile parked in front of the Louisville Free Public Library. A small flag on the hood of the car reads: Matlack Lighting Fixtures. Written across the bottom border of the print: Hudson 6-40 HP Claude C. Matlack 1914. See ULPA 1982.01.551.p...
    • Industrial Power Exhibit.

    • Industrial Power Exhibit.

    • Exhibition buildings; Electric lighting; Electric signs; Walkways

    • A large electric light exposition, apparently inside a big tent or exhibit hall. "Industrial Power Exhibit" is spelled out in lights at the far end of the hall. A chandelier and "star" lights hang from the ceiling. Other lights...
    • Making lye.

    • Making lye.

    • Household soap; Country life; Women; Older people

    • Polly West and an unidentified woman prepare hoppers to leach wood ashes to extract lye for making soap. Handwritten on bottom border: 415. Handwriting on verso is partially obscured by scrapbook paper that has adhered to the print, but appears to...
    • Eating at the Kentucky State Fair.

    • Eating at the Kentucky State Fair.

    • Men; Women; Children; African Americans; Shelters; Fairs; Outdoor cookery; Horses; Carts & wagons

    • African-American men, women, and children sit and stand under a small wood shelter. They are sharing food that is being cooked in a large black kettle that sits over a fire pit. One man is wearing a cap that appears to read ". . State...
    • Kentucky State Fair horse show, 1907.

    • Kentucky State Fair horse show, 1907.

    • Show horses; Horse shows; Fairs; Spectators; Uniforms; Musical instruments; Men; Women; Banners; Fences

    • A woman riding sidesaddle on a show horse approaches outdoor viewing stands at the Kentucky State Fair at Churchill Downs in 1907. Men in uniforms, perhaps a band or color guard because one appears to be holding a bugle or horn, fill the upper...
    • Industrial Power Exhibit.

    • Industrial Power Exhibit.

    • Exhibition buildings; Electric lighting; Electric signs

    • A large electric light exposition, apparently inside a big tent or exhibit hall. "Industrial Light Exhibit" is spelled out in lights at the far end of the hall. Below, a smaller sign appears to read "Commonwealth Edison." A...
    • Man in bowler hat.

    • Man in bowler hat.

    • Men; Buildings

    • Man in bowler hat standing next to a brick building. The man may be Claude Carson Matlack standing in front of the family residence at 947 S. Brook Street in Louisville, Kentucky (see image ULPA 1982.01.571.p). On the reverse side, "Clau"...
    • Minnie Freeman Matlack?

    • Minnie Freeman Matlack?

    • Women; Portrait photographs

    • Studio portrait of unidentified woman wearing a hat and long dress. Imprint on frame: "Standiford, 532 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky." Possibly the photographer's mother, Minnie Freeman Matlack. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Ada Freeman?

    • Ada Freeman?

    • Portrait photographs; Women

    • Studio portrait of an unidentified young woman, signed by "Klauber." Imprint on frame: "Klauber, Mezzotint, Louisville". May be Ada Freeman (b. 1891?) who, according to the U.S. Census, was living with the Matlack family in 1900...
    • Court house at Manchester.

    • Court house at Manchester.

    • Courthouses; Signs (Notices)

    • Built in 1880, this Clay County courthouse was the scene of numerous feud battles. The sign on the tree reads "vote for Carlo Hounchell." The courthouse burned on January 20, 1936. Visitors to Oneida Baptist Institute passed through...
    • Loafing at London.

    • Loafing at London.

    • Medical offices; Men; Stairways

    • A bearded man, wearing a hat and jacket, sits on the steps outside a door with a sign reading "General Waiting Room." He is probably at, or near, the train station in London.
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