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    • DUFFY, 1921 - 1932.

    • DUFFY, 1921 - 1932.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Launchings; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company

    • DUFFY, a stern-wheel towboat with steel hull (125 ft. x 25 ft. x 4.6 ft.), was built at Howard in 1921. Owned by Ohio River Sand Company in Louisville, Kentucky, DUFFY operated in the Louisville area. The Duffy became a familiar sight in...
    • U.S. Life Saving Station, 1902.

    • U.S. Life Saving Station, 1902.

    • Boathouses; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company

    • U.S. LIFE SAVING STATION, a boathouse, was built at Howard Shipyard in 1902. Located at the foot of Second Street in Louisville, it was the only inland floating life-saving station in the country. It was replaced by a steel structure in 1928.
    • French soldiers, barbed-wire fence, circa 1915.

    • French soldiers, barbed-wire fence, circa 1915.

    • World War, 1914-1918--France; Soldiers; Military training; Barbed wire; Wire obstacles; Fences

    • French soldier, leaning on his rifle, appears to be using his foot to test tension on a barbed-wire fence as other soldiers look on. Believed to have been taken during the photographer's field training at Autun, France in 1915.
    • Soldier brushing teeth, Balkans, circa 1918.

    • Soldier brushing teeth, Balkans, circa 1918.

    • World War, 1914-1918--Campaigns--Eastern Front; Soldiers; Military life; Toothbrushes; Streams

    • Soldier brushing his teeth as he stands with one foot in a rushing stream and the other on a large rock along the creek bed. This same soldier is seen rinsing his toothbrush in image ULPA 2004.003.037A.
    • WPA folk music project: five men with instruments outdoors.

    • WPA folk music project: five men with instruments outdoors.

    • Stringed instruments; Men; Houses; Guitars; Violins; Zithers; Mouth Organs; Fences; Musical instrument cases; Spinning apparatus; Brooms & brushes; Federal Music Project (U.S.); United States. Works Progress Administration

    • Five men sit in the yard playing musical instruments. Their coats and hats can be seen hanging on the picket fence in the background, and a few musical instruments are on the ground. A spinning wheel and broom are visible behind them. They are...
    • WPA folk music project: five men with instruments outdoors.

    • WPA folk music project: five men with instruments outdoors.

    • Stringed instruments; Men; Houses; Guitars; Violins; Zithers; Mouth Organs; Fences; Musical instrument cases; Spinning apparatus; Brooms & brushes; Federal Music Project (U.S.); United States. Works Progress Administration

    • Five men sit in the yard playing musical instruments. Their coats and hats can be seen hanging on the picket fence in the background, and a few musical instruments are on the ground. A spinning wheel and broom are visible behind them. They are...
    • Vienna Restaurant, bar.

    • Vienna Restaurant, bar.

    • Buildings; Restaurants; Bars; Vienna Model Bakery & Restaurant (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 133-135 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) The Vienna Bakery and Restaurant was founded by German immigrant Frank L. Erpeldinger in 1893 and operated as one of downtown Louisville's premiere dining establishments until 1927....
    • June 30 1907.

    • June 30 1907.

    • Monuments & memorials; War memorials; Automobiles; Sculpture; Louisville Confederate Monument (Ky.)

    • The Louisville Confederate Monument, completed in 1895, located at the convergence of Second Street and Third Street in Louisville, Ky. The base of the 70 foot statue is granite and the three soldiers at its base are made of bronze. There is a car...
    • Maude Adams. New York Tribune. January 14, 1917.

    • Maude Adams. New York Tribune. January 14, 1917.

    • Newspapers; Clippings; Periodical illustrations; Theatrical productions; Actors; Actresses; Men; Women; Costumes

    • Promotional ad in the New York Tribune for J. M. Barrie's "A Kiss for Cinderella," starring Maude Adams, which apparently played at the Hollis St. Theatre in New York in January 1917. It features four images from the play, with actors...
    • View of Oneida.

    • View of Oneida.

    • Cityscape photographs; Farms; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities; Buildings

    • A view of the town of Oneida from Sandlin Hill. Lee Combs' farm and house on the South Fork are on the left. The white two-story "Big Store" is at the foot of the hill on the left. Oneida Baptist Institute's Marvin Hall is the building...
    • Coal mine.

    • Coal mine.

    • Fences; Coal mining; Adits

    • The entrance to a coal mine on the side of hill. A rail fence runs up the hill. Part of a shed, or barn, and another rail fence are seen at the foot of the hill. Handwritten on bottom border: 447. Handwriting on verso is partially obscured by...
    • Injured boy.

    • Injured boy.

    • Boys; People with disabilities; Girls

    • A boy with a seriously injured leg sits on a chair. His other foot rests on a log. There is an adult hand on his shoulder and a little girl stands in the background. Handwritten on bottom border: 510. See ULPA 1982.01.509.p for another image of...
    • Professor Burns.

    • Professor Burns.

    • Men; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Log rafts; Rivers

    • Professor James Anderson Burns sits on a stump along the bank of the South Fork of the Kentucky River with his foot resting on a log raft. He wears a suit and a straw hat. Other log rafts are in water behind him. This photograph was attributed to...
    • Town square meeting.

    • Town square meeting.

    • Men; Public speaking; Town meetings; City & town life; Spectators; Cows; Carts & wagons

    • Men are gathered on foot and on horseback to hear a speech in town square on market day. A cow and a calf are tethered to a wagon on the left. Title supplied by cataloger.
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