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  • Title: exhibit
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    • Domestic science class exhibit, 1913.

    • Home economics; Table settings & decorations; Sewing; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities; Exhibitions
    • A display of students' domestic science projects in Anderson Hall at the Oneida Baptist Institute. The projects include clothing, prepared food and table settings. Handwritten on lower right corner of image: 353. See ULPA 1982.01.351.p for a...
    • Domestic science class exhibit, 1913.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Home economics; Table settings & decorations; Sewing; Educational facilities; Exhibitions
    • A display of students' domestic science projects in Anderson Hall. The projects include clothing, prepared food and table settings. Handwritten on lower right corner of image: 351. See ULPA 1982.01.353.p for a different view of the same 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 chandelier and "star"...
    • 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 line the walls and...
    • Industrial Power Exhibit.

    • Arches; Exhibition buildings; Electric lighting; Walkways; Men
    • A lighted archway at a large electric power exposition. Booths or displays appear to sit behind rails lining the walkway. A few men stand in the walkway while others have gathered at various points along the way. See ULPA 1982.01.568.p, ULPA...
    • Crosley Radio exhibit side view, 1928.

    • Exhibitions; Radios; Signs (Notices)
    • An exhibit for Crosley Radio is shown inside the Jefferson County Armory (now Louisville Gardens). A banner reads, "You're there with a Crosley 'all electric' radio. 5 days free trial in your home. Come in for demonstration." The booth contains...
    • Crosley Radio exhibit front view, 1928.

    • Exhibitions; Radios; Signs (Notices)
    • An exhibit for Crosley Radio is shown inside the Jefferson County Armory (now Louisville Gardens). Above the booth is a sign for Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co. Inside the booth stands a poster reading, "Crosley Radio. When the greatest music thrills .....
    • Botany class exhibit.

    • Scientific illustrations; Exhibitions; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities; Pianos
    • Botany illustrations displayed in the main room of Anderson Hall. The grand piano (left) was brought from New York to Clay County in 1871. It was later moved to Melvin Davidson Chapel. Handwritten on lower right corner of image: 364. Title supplied...
    • Student art exhibit.

    • Allen R. Hite Art Institute; Collage; Graphic design; Painting; Photography; Sculpture
    • Catalog of an exhibition of student work presented by the University of Louisville, Allen R. Hite Art Institute, May 6-June 6, 1962.
    • Marcia S. Hite Memorial Exhibit.

    • Allen R. Hite Art Institute; Artists; Watercolors; Oil paintings
    • Catalog of an exhibition of work by Marcia S. Hite presented by the Art Center Association and the University of Louisville, March 18-April 6, 1947. Catalog includes a list of the exhibits and private collections that include Marcia S. Hite's work.
    • Corn exhibit at 1904 World's Fair

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Agricultural exhibits; Corn; Drawings
    • Display at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, probably in the Palace of Agriculture, featuring a framed illustration of an Native American man in a checked blanket holding a narrow pipe to his mouth, with two women farming in the distance in...

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