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    • M.J. Durham.

    • M.J. Durham.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legislators; Portraits

    • Milton Jamison Durham was born in Boyle County, Kentucky, in 1824. He was brought up on his father's farm, and entered Asbury University, Greencastle, Ind., graduating in 1844. He read law with the late Joshua F. Bell of Danville and in 1850...
    • J. Barbour.

    • J. Barbour.

    • Lawyers; Portraits

    • James Barbour was born in Danville, Kentucky, in 1820. He graduated from Center College in 1837 and three years later received a degree in law from Transylvania College. In 1840 he was admitted to the bar and established a thriving practice in...
    • L.T. Moore.

    • L.T. Moore.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Laban Theodore Moore was born in Wayne County, Virginia. (now West Virginia), near Louisa, Kentucky, in 1829. He attended Marshall Academy in Virginia and graduated from Marietta College in Ohio. He attended the Transylvania Law College at...
    • John F. Hager.

    • John F. Hager.

    • Lawyers; Municipal officials; Portraits

    • John Franklin Hager was born in Floyd County, Kentucky, on March 16, 1853. His family moved to Ashland, Kentucky, in 1864, and he was educated in the public schools and at Ashlands Beech Grove Academy. He was admitted to the bar in 1873 and...
    • Book of Hours, France, mid 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours, France, mid 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--France--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500

    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Book of Hours, Italy, late 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours, Italy, late 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--Italy--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--Italy; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500

    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Book of Hours, France, mid 16th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours, France, mid 16th century, fragment.

    • Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1500-1550

    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Antiphonary, France, 15th century, fragment.

    • Antiphonary, France, 15th century, fragment.

    • Antiphonaries--Illustrations; Gregorian chants--Illustrations; Music--Manuscripts--France; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval

    • Leaf from a fifteenth century French antiphonary, representing a segment of text related to the Feast of the Crown of Thorns. Also called an antiphonal or antiphoner, an antiphonary collects portions of psalms and hymns sung during liturgies or...
    • Baptist Women's Educational Convention board.

    • Baptist Women's Educational Convention board.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); Baptist universities and colleges; African Americans--Education (Higher); Education; Women; Group portraits; African Americans; Baptists

    • The back of the photograph identifies the group of women as the Board of Baptist Women's Educational Convention, which was established by African American Baptist women in Kentucky in 1883 to raise funds to support State University, the first...
    • Baxter I.

    • Baxter I.

    • Donald E. Baxter Research Center (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Research facilities;

    • Back of the Baxter I building, a multi-story brick building with three towers rising off the top. A man in a white coat walks toward the building, along a sidewalk lined by trees and other landscaping features. There is a sign reading "Donald...
    • Baxter II.

    • Baxter II.

    • Delia B. Baxter Biomedical Research Building (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Research facilities;

    • Back of Baxter II building, a multi-story red and beige brick buildling. Part of the street is also visible. Four million dollars were provided by Donald E. and Delia B. Baxter Foundation, established by Baxter International Pharmaceutical Company,...
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