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    • French army cooks, circa 1915.

    • French army cooks, circa 1915.

    • World War, 1914-1918--France; Soldiers; Military camps; Military cookery; Military vehicles; Pots & pans

    • Three World War I French army cooks stand next to large pot sitting over a fire. Behind them are firewood supplies, an army truck and a frame building.
    • R.T. Colston.

    • R.T. Colston.

    • Lawyers; Portraits

    • Richard T. Colston was born in 1850 in Bardstown, Kentucky. After service as a teenager in the Confederate forces, he attended the University of Kentucky, later transferring to the University of Chicago where he graduated in 1869 and took a...
    • Dead mule.

    • Dead mule.

    • Mules; Men; Boys; Confrontations; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • Boys and men stand around George Baker's dead mule at the bottom of the hill in front of Marvin Hall. Carnahan Hall is on the right. The mule was killed when two men on opposite sides of the Baker-Howard feud clashed and opened fire. Charlie...
    • Dead mule.

    • Dead mule.

    • Mules; Boys; Men; Confrontations; Oneida Baptist Institute

    • Boys and men stand around George Baker's dead mule in front of Oneida Baptist Institute. The mule was killed when two men on opposite sides of the Baker-Howard feud clashed and opened fire. Charlie Roberts intended to shoot George Baker, but missed...
    • The Profanation of the Host.

    • The Profanation of the Host.

    • Paintings; Oil paintings; Fantasy; Symbols; Allusions; Disgrace; Anxiety; Distress; Sex; Lust; Relations between the sexes; Heads (Anatomy); Women; Men; Fathers; Nudes; Body parts; Lions; Animals; Ants; Locusts; Insects; Chalices; Drinking vessels;...

    • "Dali's variation on Paolo Uccello's work of the same title, this is probably his most sacrilegious painting." (Caption); The Profanation of the Host […] is one of Dali's most sacrilegious paintings (although later he tried to exonerate...
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