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    • Christian Church Orphan's Home, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Children; Orphanages; Automobiles
    • Address: 225 College Street. Children and adults stand in the yard of a U-shaped three-story building. An inscription above the front steps reads, "Christian Church Orphan's Home." Cars are parked at the curb and a cast iron fence surrounds the...
    • German Protestant Orphan's Home, Louisville, Kentucky, 1927.

    • Orphanages; Buildings
    • Address: 1232 Bardstown Road, Louisville, Kentucky. A street or driveway splits around a landscaped island in front of the German Protestant Orphan's Home, on what is now the site of the Mid-City Mall. The brick and stone edifice was built in a...
    • Goodman's News, Louisville, Kentucky, circa November 1930.

    • Stores & shops; Newspaper vendors; Window displays; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Periodicals; Newspapers; Magazine covers
    • Goodman's News store, 332 W. Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1930. Close-up of window display bearing lettering "Goodman's 'Everything to Read'" and "Out of Town Newspapers," a November 1930 calendar, an ad for tickets for the Kentucky Orphan...
    • Goodman's News, Louisville, Kentucky, November 1930.

    • Stores & shops; Newspaper vendors; Men; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Magazine covers; Window displays
    • Goodman's News store, 332 W. Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky, circa November 1930. Man, likely the proprietor, rests on magazine stand against window display bearing lettering "Goodman's 'Everything to Read'" and "Out of Town Newspapers," a November...
    • James C. Morris of Louisville, Kentucky, 1933.

    • Portraits; Men; Public service organizations
    • James C. Morris of Louisville, Kentucky standing outside a fire station, holding his hat. The photograph has been cut in half and the small details have been outlined with paint. Handwritten on back of image: Superintendent Masonic Widows & Orphan...
    • Kentucky Female Orphan School, Starks Hall, Midway, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Schools; Orphanages; Educational facilities
    • Starks Hall, built in 1925, located at the Kentucky Female Orphan School in Midway, Ky. A three story brick rectangular building with a portico supported by columns. A portion of another building can be seen to the left of Starks Hall, along with a...
    • 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...
    • Salvation Army officers amid donation items.

    • Salvation Army; Charitable organizations; Charity; Toys; Uniforms; Costumes
    • Two men in Salvation Army uniforms and a man in Santa Claus costume holding a sack in a room filled with food and toy items, presumably for holiday charitable donation. Products include Kellogg's Shredded Biscuit, Jack Frost Sugar, Domino Cane...

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