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    • Playhouse, Garth Walk, University of Louisville, circa early 1960s.

    • Couples; Covered walks; Theaters; University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings;
    • A couple stands on the covered sidewalk, known as Garth Walk, outside the Playhouse. Constructed in 1932, Garth Walk was named after Mrs. Charles M. Garth, then president of the theater group known as the Players Club of Louisville. Originally...
    • Road construction at Ormsby Village, Anchorage, Kentucky, 1928.

    • African American men--Employment; Construction workers; Welfare facilities; Reformatories; African Americans; Men
    • African American construction workers pour a concrete road at Ormsby Village, a division of the Louisville and Jefferson City Children's Home which was once known as the Industrial School of Reform and the House of Refuge. Bags of what appears to...
    • Ridgewood at Ormsby Village, Anchorage, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Welfare facilities; Reformatories; Segregation; African Americans; Buildings; Architecture
    • An exterior view of a building of off Dorsey Lane that made up the Ridgewood campus at the Louisville and Jefferson County Children's Home located in what was then Anchorage, now present day Lyndon, Ky. The single story brick building has two sets...
    • Ridgewood at Ormsby Village, Anchorage, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Welfare facilities; Reformatories; Segregation; African Americans; Buildings; Architecture
    • An exterior view of a building of off Dorsey Lane that made up the Ridgewood campus at the Louisville and Jefferson County Children's Home located in what was then Anchorage, now present day Lyndon, Ky. The single story brick building has two sets...
    • Ridgewood at Ormsby Village, Anchorage, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Welfare facilities; Reformatories; Segregation; African Americans; Buildings; Architecture
    • An exterior view of a building of off Dorsey Lane that made up the Ridgewood campus at the Louisville and Jefferson County Children's Home located in what was then Anchorage, now present day Lyndon, Ky. The two story brick building has steps...
    • Ridgewood at Ormsby Village, Anchorage, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Welfare facilities; Reformatories; Segregation; African Americans; Buildings; Architecture
    • An exterior view of two buildings of off Dorsey Lane that made up the Ridgewood campus at the Louisville and Jefferson County Children's Home located in what was then Anchorage, now present day Lyndon, Ky. On the left is a single story brick...
    • Gardiner Hall bookstore, 1936.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Men; Women; Bookstores; Books; Counters; Advertising
    • Believed to be the bookstore located in Gardiner Hall. Two men stand behind the counter where cigarettes, food, books and sundries are sold. Men and women sit at tables, drinking (apparently) sodas from bottles. The couple seated in the foreground...
    • Jouett Hall, as Biology Building.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Jouett Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Men; Women; People;
    • Biology Building, University of Louisville. People stand at the entrance, under its portico and at the base of the stairs. Jouett Hall served as the home of the biology department until 1958. This building was originally named for Daniel Spalding,...
    • Playhouse, University of Louisville.

    • Theaters; University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings; Doors & doorways;
    • Doors to the University of Louisville Playhouse. A display window beside one of the doors contains information on a production of "Kiss Me Kate," which was performed in 1960 and 1961. Note on back: "UofL Playhouse on Belknap Campus. One of the two...
    • Gardiner Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Entrance to Gardiner Hall, with the title "Liberal Arts" over the doorway. Current uses: A&S Advising Center; A&S Dean's Offices; A&S Women's and Gender Studies; Family Therapy; A&S Liberal Studies; IT. Named in honor of Clarence R. Gardiner, real...
    • Playhouse, 1926.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Theaters;
    • Front entrance of the Playhouse theater at the University of Louisville, at its original site. Originally built as a chapel for the Louisville Industrial House of Reform, it was purchased by the University of Louisville, circa 1923, as part of its...
    • Gardiner Hall, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Gardiner Hall seen from an elevated perspective. Current uses: A&S Advising Center; A&S Dean's Offices; A&S Women's and Gender Studies; Family Therapy; A&S Liberal Studies; IT. Named in honor of Clarence R. Gardiner, real estate developer and...
    • Gardiner Hall, circa 2006.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities
    • Gardiner Hall, a multi-story red brick building with wings on both sides, framed by trees. There is a white arch over the doorway in the front of the building. There is a metal stairway on the side of the building. The building is seen from across...
    • Gardiner Hall, circa 2006.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities; Trees
    • Gardiner Hall, a multi-story red brick building with wings on both sides. There is a white arch over the doorway in the front of the building and a metal stairway on the side of the building. The building is seen from across the "Quad" and several...
    • Gardiner Hall, 1926.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Educational facilities; People; Automobiles; Trees; Gardiner Hall (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Gardiner Hall, with people standing in front of the main entrance, along the curb. A car is visible on the street, facing Gardiner. Ford and Jouett Halls are partially visible on the right; they are largely obscured by trees. Current uses: A&S...

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