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    • African American Oral History Collection

    • African American Oral History Collection

    • African Americans; African Americans--Social conditions; Civil rights; Integration; Race relations

    • Currently including 26 interviews (available as audio files and transcriptions), mostly conducted in the late 1970s, that document the many aspects of life in Louisville, particularly as experienced by African Americans, this digital collection...
    • Young man in military uniform.

    • Young man in military uniform.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Military uniforms

    • Portrait of man with blond hair in side part and cleft chin, wearing military jacket. Inscription on print, center: To the hardest guy whoever lived My Dad from Nolan, oh boy. Location of photo studio: Louisville (Ky.). Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Vokes Family.

    • Vokes Family.

    • Group portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing; Families

    • Group portrait of three Vokes sisters (Victoria, Rosina, and Jessie), who, with Fred and Fawdon Vokes, wrote and performed sketches as the Vokes Family in the 1880s. They are wearing dark, winter-weight dresses and hats. They performed "The...
    • Vokes Sisters.

    • Vokes Sisters.

    • Group portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing

    • Group portrait of three Vokes sisters (Victoria, Rosina, and Jessie), who, with Fred and Fawdon Vokes, wrote and performed sketches as the Vokes Family. They are wearing striped dresses with pinafores and wide-brimmed hats. These costumes may...
    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Educational facilities; Boarding Schools; Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories

    • Anderson Hall, or the "Yellow House," was a prefabricated building named for its benefactor, Elizabeth Millbank Anderson, wife of noted New York painter Abraham Archibald Anderson. Their daughter taught domestic science at the Oneida...
    • Miss Edith Cress -- graduated 1913.

    • Miss Edith Cress -- graduated 1913.

    • Women; Oneida Baptist Institute; Alumni & alumnae; Portrait photographs

    • Portrait of Edith Marie Cress. In 1908, when Edith was a 12-year-old orphan living with her poor grandmother, she wanted an education so desperately that she took what few clothes she had and began to walk over twenty-five miles to ask Professor...
    • Mrs. Burns and children.

    • Mrs. Burns and children.

    • Women; Children

    • First wife and children of James Anderson Burns in the side yard of their home at Second and Orchard streets in Oneida where they lived between 1910 and 1914. Left to right are Dugger, Martha E. Sizemore Burns with Robert Walker on her lap, Myrtle,...
    • Khamsah of Nizami, fragment.

    • Khamsah of Nizami, fragment.

    • Khamsah--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Iranian

    • Persian poetry, written in calligraphy on handmade paper. One of Persia's most famous poets, the twelfth century Nizam-uddin Abu Mahommed Ilyas bin Yusuf lived most of his life in Ganja, in what now is Azerbaijan. Nizami is best remembered for his...
    • Rescue by boat, Louisville, Kentucky, 1937.

    • Rescue by boat, Louisville, Kentucky, 1937.

    • Floods--Kentucky--Louisville; Floods--Ohio River; Floods; Disasters; Rescue work; Rescue workers; Boats; Women; Dogs; Automobile service stations

    • A woman, possibly Mrs. Helen Fischer (wife of photographer Walter Fischer of Fischer Photography), and a dog are rescued by three men with a boat in Louisville, Kentucky during the 1937 Flood of the Ohio River. A service station with Gulf sign is...
    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument.

    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument.

    • Monuments & memorials; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Monuments

    • Confederate Soldiers' Monument located on Third Street, Louisville, Kentucky, erected in 1895. Monument reads: "Our Confederate Dead, 1851-1885." Handwritten on bottom of mounted print: "3rd & Brandeis. Was carved in Florence,...
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