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    • William F. Knebelkamp, President of Louisville Colonels Co.

    • Baseball; People associated with entertainment & sports; Men; Louisville Colonels (Baseball team)
    • "Colonel" William F. Knebelkamp was the president of the Louisville Baseball Co., which owned the Louisville Colonels baseball team. He wears a "Baseball Boosters" ribbon on his lapel, and holds a floral wreath. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Mrs. Potter's house at Manchester.

    • Lodging houses; Wooden buildings; Cityscape photographs
    • A boarding home in the town square at Manchester owned by Robert G. Potter and Nancy Catherine "Kate" Gilbert Potter. Robert Potter died in 1896. Visitors to Oneida Baptist Institute passed through Manchester on their way from the London train...
    • Wall light fixture.

    • Light fixtures; Electric lighting
    • A double sconce electric light wall fixture with beveled glass panes. The fixture was presumably made by Claude C. Matlack Company, which was owned and managed by the photographer. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Federal Hill, Bardstown, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864; State parks & reserves; Historic buildings
    • A gathering of spectators, mostly women, watches as a horse-drawn carriage with an African-American driver wearing a top hat and passengers in antebellum period costumes stops in front of Federal Hill mansion, also known as "My Old Kentucky Home,"...
    • I heard a bird sing.

    • Girls; Windows; Casement windows; Stone buildings; Dwellings; Houses
    • A girl looks out an open casement window at Twigmore, an estate in Pewee Valley, Kentucky owned by photographer Kate Matthews' niece, Lillian Fletcher. Matthews' signature is on lower right corner of mount. Also handwritten on the album page by...
    • Ceiling light fixture.

    • Light fixtures
    • A large pendant light fixture with beveled glass panes hangs from a chain. Part of a wall sconce fixture is in the background. Both fixtures were presumably made by Claude C. Matlack Company, which was owned and managed by the photographer. Title...
    • Federal Hill, Bardstown, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864; State parks & reserves; Historic buildings
    • A man and woman approach Federal Hill mansion, also known as "My Old Kentucky Home," in Bardstown, Kentucky, followed by an African-American man carrying luggage, as three women stand and one woman sits on the entrance steps. Federal Hill was owned...
    • Medical School (1st & Chestnut), University of Louisville, 1949.

    • University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings; Educational facilities; University of Louisville. Medical Dept.; University of Louisville. School of Medicine;
    • A man dressed in white walks up the steps of the old University of Louisville Medical School building. The Chestnut Street facade faces the camera and a parking lot on the west side of the building is visible. This building was formerly a part of...
    • Spinning wheel.

    • Spinning apparatus; Log cabins
    • A spinning wheel sits in front of a window inside the Hegan family log cabin. The cabin, located near Jacob's Park south of Louisville, Kentucky, was owned by Samuel W. Hegan, father of Alice Caldwell Hegan, who wrote "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage...
    • A. BALDWIN, 1903 - 1905.

    • Ferries; Steamboats; Ship trials; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • A. BALDWIN, a center wheel ferry with steel catamaran hulls (127 ft. x 58.9 ft. x 7.5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1905. Owned by Union Ferry Co., A. BALDWIN operated in the New Orleans area carrying up to thirty-five automobiles and 231...
    • A.M. HALLIDAY, 1902.

    • Ferries; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • A.M. HALLIDAY, a center wheel ferry with steel catamaran hulls (121 ft. x 59 ft. x 7.7 ft.), was built at Howard in 1903. Owned by Union Ferry Co. in New Orleans, she operated in the New Orleans area, carrying up to thirty-five cars and 225...

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