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    • Bland Ballard.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Born in 1819 in Shelby County, Kentucky, Bland Ballard attended Hanover College and the Law Department of Transylvania University where he received an L.L.B in 1846. He read law under James T. Morehead. In 1846, he married Sarah McDowell, daughter...
    • Bookstore window, University of Louisville, 1948.

    • Bookstores;
    • Bookstore window display advertising Education by Radio program sponsored by the University of Louisville in partnership with WAVE radio and with the cooperation of NBC radio. Offered through the Division of Adult Education, these radio courses...
    • Eli H. Brown.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • Eli H. Brown was born in Meade County, Kentucky, in 1841. He was educated at the academy of Hawesville, Kentucky, in Hancock County, He read law with George W. Williams and in 1862 joined the Hancock County bar. Brown was soon elected City Judge...
    • Ghost Signs of Louisville

    • Brick wall signs; Advertisements
    • The Ghost Signs of Louisville collection emerged from a partnership between the University of Louisville Libraries and Fine Arts department. Students in a fall 2011 Documentary Photography class, Libraries employees, and community members...
    • H. W. Bruce.

    • Judges; Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits
    • Horatio W. Bruce was born in 1830 in Lewis County, Kentucky. He attended school in Lewis County and in Manchester, Ohio, and worked as a salesman and bookkeeper at a general store in Vanceburg, Kentucky. In 1850, he went to Flemingsburg, Kentucky,...
    • Jno. C. Strother.

    • Lawyers; Portraits
    • John C. Strother was born in Trimble County, Kentucky, in 1846. He attended the common schools and read law under W. S. Pryor, chief justice of Kentucky, and Joseph Barbour, of the Kentucky superior court, and graduated the law department of the...
    • Jno. G. Simrall.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • John Graham Simrall was born in Fayette County, Kentucky, in 1840. He graduated from Centre College at age 17, ranked second in his class. Too young to read law, his father placed him under the tutorship of Judge George Robertson, of Lexington, who...
    • Mrs. John Drew as Mrs. Malaprop.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women; Costumes; Posing
    • Photogravure of full-length character portrait of Louisa Drew (Mrs. John Drew) in costume for the role of Mrs. Malaprop in "The Rivals." She is seated, with left arm on a table, wearing an ostrich-plumed hat and a regal gown. Born Louisa Lane in...
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr.

    • African Americans; African American business enterprises; African American Business people; Drugstores; Pharmacists; African American pharmacists; Urban renewal; Service stations; Standard Oil Company; Civil rights
    • Oral history interview with Frank Moorman, Sr., conducted on August 17, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Moorman was a businessman in Louisville's Walnut Street area. Mr. Moorman discusses his parents and grandparents, and his early life in Owensboro,...
    • Oral history interview with Romano (Ron) Mazzoli, session 1: 14 May 2010.

    • Immigrants--Kentucky--Louisville; Louisville--History; Italians--United States--History--20th century; St. James Catholic School (Louisville, Ky.); St. Xavier High School (Louisville, Ky.); Catholics; Catholics--Education; University of Notre Dame;...
    • Congressman Romano L. (Ron) Mazzoli, interviewed by Kevin Collins on May 14, 2010 as part of the Romano L. Mazzoli oral history project. This is the first of 17 interviews conducted with the Congressman, who represented the Third District of...
    • Pioneer Women/Cleveland/U.S.A.

    • Pioneer Women (Organization : U.S.). Cleveland Council; Pioneer Women (Organization : U.S.); Na'amat USA (Organization). Cleveland Council; Na'amat USA (Organization)
    • This section of the Honor Quilt was designed and created by Eileen Gordon, President of Pioneer Women Cleveland Council. Pioneer Women/Na'amat has 50,000 members located all over the U.S.A., almost 1000 of them in Cleveland.
    • Scoop Theatre and WGRC, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1942.

    • Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cultural facilities; Buildings; Broadcasting; Electric signs; Signs (Notices)
    • Close-up view of Scoop Theatre and WGRC electric sign and marquee reading "Damon Runyon's Story At the Stroke of Twelve," which was released in 1941. The Scoop Theatre opened at 418 W. Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky, in 1942 (although the...
    • Scoop Theatre and WGRC, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1942.

    • Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cultural facilities; Buildings; Eating & drinking facilities; Broadcasting; Electric signs; Signs (Notices)
    • Exterior view of the Scoop Theatre and WGRC (showing Road to Victory & News), adjacent to Golden Donut Ranch restaurant and Atlantic Hotel, at 418 W. Walnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky. The Scoop Theatre opened in 1942 (although the building had...
    • Scoop Theatre and WGRC, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1942.

    • Theaters; Motion picture theaters; Cultural facilities; Broadcasting; Buildings; Electric signs; Signs (Notices)
    • Close-up view of Scoop Theatre and WGRC electric sign and marquee reading "Ky. Derby in the News Defense of Moscow." The latter is also featured on a sandwich board under the marquee. The Scoop Theatre opened at 418 W. Walnut Street, Louisville,...
    • Sonia Delaunay/Paris/France.

    • Delaunay, Sonia
    • Becky Farnham lives in Chicago where she creates one-of-a-kind art wear for sale to stores and private customers. Her unique design of circular patchwork appears in vests, jackets, capes, wall hangings, and most recently in hats and head gear. She...
    • The Alcoholic.

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    • "Gilbert and George's presence in their photo-works can be seen as an extension of their early performance activities. They often stand apart from the other imagery in the pieces as though acknowledging the artifice involved. Moral conundrums are...
    • Thos. R. Gordon.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Thomas R. Gordon was born in 1854 in Owingsville, Kentucky. In 1890 he joined with University of Louisville graduate John C. Strother , a Trimble County native, to form the extremely successful partnership, Strother & Gordon. The firm had among...

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