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    • Oral history interview with Louise Reynolds.

    • African Americans; African American politicians; African American businesspeople; African American business enterprises; Women politicians; Civil rights; Louisville (Ky.)--Politics and government; Politicians; Integration; Discrimination in housing
    • Oral history interview conducted with Louise Reynolds on June 13, 1979 by Mary Bobo. Louise Reynolds was the first African American woman elected alderman in the city of Louisville. Ms. Reynolds discusses her work with the Republican Party,...
    • Meeting the nurse, Wendover, Kentucky, 1931.

    • Nurses; Sick persons; Dwellings; Houses; Frontier Nursing Service, Inc.; People; Buildings
    • A community of people greet a nurse from the Frontier Nursing Service. The nurse is identifiable by the white scarf, dress, and shoes. The other women in the photo wear dresses in patterns and hats or bonnets. The nurse is holding an infant as are...
    • Union Station, Louisville, Kentucky, interior, 1936.

    • Union Station (Louisville, Ky.); Railroad stations; Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company; Buildings; Transportation
    • Passengers sit in bench seats or wander through the open area of Union Station. A concession stand appears on the left and men in white hats with dark bands approach the counter. There is a ticket window to the left of the entryway with its three...
    • Silver House and Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Antique stores
    • The Silver House & Gallery, belonging to Brainerd C. Lemon, at 223 E. Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky. Two-story house with steeply peaked roofs. Stone first floor; second floor and up to the roof is concrete with dark wood in windowpane patterns....
    • Casa Mia, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses
    • Back view of Casa Mia, house of Alexander P. Witty on Red Fox Road in Cherokee Park, Louisville, Kentucky. A small child in white sits with a small dog at the top of stepstones leading up the two level yard. They are partly sheltered by a tree. At...
    • Xalapa Farm, Lexington, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Agricultural facilities; Farms; Barns
    • Entrance of Xalapa Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. The farm was owned by Mrs. E. F. Givens. Close-up of delicate iron gate with heart patterns and sunrayed dome atop, lined at sides and above with stone, which angles down. Fir trees edge the stone...
    • Kosair Temple, ballroom.

    • Buildings; Kosair Temple (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 224 E. Broadway. The ballroom of the Kosair Temple is shown with chairs lining the wood floor. A piano is on the right and rows of matching chandeliers line the ceiling. The ceiling and walls are ornately decorated in Egyptian-style...
    • Kosair Temple, ballroom.

    • Buildings; Ballrooms; Chandeliers; Kosair Temple (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 224 E. Broadway. The ballroom of the Kosair Temple is shown with chairs lining the wood floor. A piano is on the right and rows of matching chandeliers line the ceiling. The ceiling and walls are ornately decorated in Egyptian-style...
    • 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...
    • Emma Thursby.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Opera singers; Women
    • Portrait of American soprano Emma Thursby, who was born February 21, 1845 and died July 4, 1931. She stands next to a chair, wearing a long evening gown with floral patterns on outer and inner layers, and a fascinator atop her pulled-back hair....

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