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    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes.

    • African Americans; African American singers; African American musicians; Jazz; Jazz singers; Women jazz musicians
    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes, a jazz singer from Louisville, conducted on June 12, 1979 by Mary Bobo, for the University of Louisville Archives and Records Center. In this interview, Ms. Humes discusses her career, including her start in...
    • Oral history interview with William Ealy.

    • African American journalists; African American politicians; African American newspapers; African Americans; Politics & government; Politicians; Race relations; Democratic Party (Ky.); Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Co. (Louisville, Ky.);...
    • Interview with William J. Ealy, Louisville newspaperman and political activist. This interview was conducted on August 5 and 22, 1977 by Dwayne Cox of the University of Louisville Oral History Center. Mr. Ealy discusses his early life and education...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 11-1.

    • Animals; Men; Knights; Jousting; Skulls; Pipes (Smoking); Daggers & swords; Shields; Footprints; Musical instruments
    • Woodblock prints of, clockwise from top left: man in tunic seated among four male lions; knights on horseback jousting outside castle; girl and boy listening to man seated on porch smoking pipe and holding skull; number 11; man wearing turban and...
    • 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...
    • Jean Thomas, The Traipsin' Woman, Collection

    • Appalachians (People); Appalachian Region--History; Appalachian Region--Social life and customs; Folk festivals; Folk music--Appalachian Region, Southern; Kentucky--History; Kentucky--Social life and customs
    • Known as The Traipsin' Woman, Jean Thomas traveled the mountains of eastern Kentucky taking snapshot photographs of the mountain way of life, writing, and promoting mountain folkways. She was particularly interested in the music, crafts, and...
    • Rhythmeers Orch.

    • Bands; Music ensembles; Musicians; People
    • Musical band called The Rhythmeers on stage. Two rows of men sit on the stage behind musical stands that read "Rhythmeers." The men wear tuxedos and hold assorted brass instruments. To the left sits a man at a piano with a woman in a long dress...
    • Nettie May Hewett.

    • Bookplates; Labels
    • Silhouette of a boy playing a horn underneath a tree framed by a decorative circular border. Below the border is an open book with musical notes on both pages. Below the book are two birds in profile with an oval panel containing the name "Nettie...
    • Frederick Wilson.

    • Bookplates; Labels
    • Planet [Earth] with an open book in front of it. Behind or above the planet is the sun and a planet with rings [possibly Saturn]. Musical notes are on the left page of the book, and an image is on the right. Above the design is the phrase "Ex...
    • Young musicians pose by a barn in Music, Kentucky.

    • Boys; Girls; Signs (Notices); Barns; Stringed instruments; Banjos; Bones (Musical instrument); Percussion instruments; Costumes--United States; Bonnets
    • Two boys (one in costume with suspenders) and a girl (costumed as a pioneer with a long dress and bonnet) play homemade musical instruments, including a banjo, gourd banjo, and sticks possibly used as percussion instruments, in front of a barn...
    • Young musicians pose by railroad stop at Music, Kentucky.

    • Boys; Girls; Signs (Notices); Stringed instruments; Banjos; Bones (Musical instrument); Percussion instruments; Railroad tracks; Costumes--United States; Bonnets
    • Two boys (one in costume with suspenders) and a girl (costumed as a pioneer with a long dress and bonnet) play homemade musical instruments, including a banjo, gourd banjo, and sticks possibly used as percussion instruments, next to a sign reading...
    • Young musicians pose by railroad stop at Music, Kentucky.

    • Boys; Girls; Signs (Notices); Stringed instruments; Banjos; Bones (Musical instrument); Percussion instruments; Railroad tracks; Costumes--United States; Bonnets
    • Two boys (one in costume with suspenders) and a girl (costumed as a pioneer with a long dress and bonnet) play homemade musical instruments, including a banjo, gourd banjo, and sticks possibly used as percussion instruments, next to a sign reading...
    • B. F. Keith Theater, interior.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Organs; Balconies; B. F. Keith Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Original address: 506 W. Walnut Street (Demolished, 1952). Built as a vaudeville theater by the National Theater Company in 1913, the design came from the architectural workshop of Albert Kahn. The National Theater was sold within the year to the...
    • Judy/Chicago/Dinner Party.

    • Chicago, Judy, 1939-; Chicago, Judy, 1939- Dinner party
    • As for myself, my family and I fled out of Berlin in 1949 and I, having lived in West Germany, Sweden, England, later immigrated to the U.S.A. and to Canada in 1957. This country has been my home for the last 26 years and Calgary has been my home...

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