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    • Davidson Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Davidson Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities;
    • Davidson Hall seen from an elevation; much of the glass and brick building is visible. There are numerous young trees planted in the foreground. This building was dedicated as Philip Davidson Hall on May 6, 1975. In 1995, there was a second...
    • Davidson Hall, 1976.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Davidson Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities;
    • Davidson Hall was dedicated as Philip Davidson Hall on May 6, 1975. In 1995, there was a second dedication ceremony in which the name of Jane Davidson, was added to the official building name. Rededicated as Philip and Jane Davidson Hall: May 15,...
    • Amelia Place.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dwellings; Houses;
    • Amelia Place, the official residence of President of the University of Louisville. This is a front view of the house, looking up across the lawn. Named in honor of Amelia Brown Frazier, mother of Brown-Forman Corporation vice chairman Owsley Brown...
    • Amelia Place.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dwellings; Houses;
    • Front of Amelia Place. The brick building has a large porch on the side, two dormer windows, and two chimneys. There is an American flag flying from one of the columns in the front doorway. Amelia Place is the official residence of President of the...
    • Amelia Place.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dwellings; Houses;
    • Amelia Place, the official residence of President of the University of Louisville. This is a close-up view taken from one side of the front lawn. A wreath with pink flowers hangs on the door. A screened in sunroom is situated adjacent to the...
    • Amelia Place.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dwellings; Houses;
    • Amelia Place, a red brick house with dormer windows and a large porch on the side. Three chimneys are visible. The front doorway has columns. Amelia Place is the official residence of President of the University of Louisville. Named in honor of...
    • Amelia Place.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Driveways; Columns;
    • Amelia Place and driveway. Two brick columns frame the red brick house. The side and front of the house are visible, including its dormers, porches, and one chimney. A vehicle is parked in the driveway; the address of the house, 2515 Longest...
    • University Hospital (Ambulatory Care Building).

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Hospitals;
    • University Hospital's Ambulatory Care Building, visible in the foreground. University Hospital rises behind the ACB. Outpatient services: primary care center and clinics. The official name of University Hospital became "University of Louisville...
    • University Hospital (Ambulatory Care Building).

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Hospitals; Parking lots; Parking garages; Automobiles;
    • University Hospital's Ambulatory Care Building. University Hospital parking garage rises behind the ACB. The visitor pay parking lot along Preston Street is in the foreground; there are cars parked in the lot. Outpatient services: primary care...
    • Ohio Valley Lumber Co. display at Home Show, 1931.

    • Exhibitions; Lumber industry; Tables; Chairs; Cabinets (Case Furniture)
    • Ohio Valley Lumber Co. display featuring shed facade, tables and chairs, doors, and cabinets, with signs advertising "Ambler Asbestos Shingles / The Fireproof-Everlasting Roof / Estimates Furnished"; "Balsa Wood" by size and weight; "Weatherbuilt...
    • L flag, University of Louisville.

    • Flags; University of Louisville;
    • According to Elizabeth Sherry of the class of 1927, the L flag was made in 1915. It was replaced in 1957 by the "Creese flag." Like the Creese Flag, the L flag was an unofficial flag, never having been recognized as official.

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