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    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; African American social workers; African American educators; African American college teachers; Segregation in education; Civil rights leaders; Lincoln Institute...
    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love, conducted on October 2, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Dr. Love was a U of L professor and administrator, and sister of civil rights leader Whitney Young, Jr. Dr. Love discusses her parents, Laura and...
    • Oral history interview with Nelson Goodwin.

    • African Americans; African American businesspeople; African Americans--Social conditions; Race relations; Slavery; Civil rights; Urban renewal; Libraries; Nurseries (Horticulture)
    • Oral history interview conducted with Nelson Goodwin on January 10, 1979 by Kenneth Chumbley. Mr. Goodwin, a nursery owner and local historian from Louisville, Kentucky, discusses his ancestors and other African Americans who lived in the...
    • Adelaide P. Bostick of Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Women; Clubwomen; Teachers; People associated with education & communication
    • Portrait of Adelaide P. Bostick of Louisville, Kentucky wearing her hair short. The photograph has been painted on to crop her image and has spots of discoloration. Handwritten on back of image: Director of Religious and General Education,...
    • Amish Mennonite/Quilts Relief Sales/MCC USA Canada.

    • Mennonite Central Committee; Mennonite Central Committee Canada; MCC U.S.; Mennonite women; Amish women
    • The designer and creator of this mini-quilt was Alta (Roth) Mellinger (Villa Park, Ill. USA). She has a keen interest in the work of MCC having served for two years in voluntary service with this group. Her father, John Roth, was the founder of the...
    • Antiphonary, France, 15th century, fragment.

    • Antiphonaries--Illustrations; Gregorian chants--Illustrations; Music--Manuscripts--France; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--France; Manuscripts, Medieval
    • Leaf from a fifteenth century French antiphonary, representing a segment of text related to the Feast of the Crown of Thorns. Also called an antiphonal or antiphoner, an antiphonary collects portions of psalms and hymns sung during liturgies or...
    • Art Studio, before 1979.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Studios; Religious facilities; Educational facilities;
    • The Art Studio, a small brick building. The front entrance and a covered side entrance are visible. There is ivy growing on the front of the building, and leaves on the grass in the foreground. The Art Studio was razed in 1979 to make room for...
    • Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral, Bardstown, Kentucky, 1922.

    • Buildings; Religious facilities; Churches; Catholic churches; Historic buildings; Basilicas; Architecture; Religious architectural elements; Steeples
    • St. Joseph's Church was the first Catholic church in Kentucky, located in Bardstown. Built in the Neo-Classical style, the church has a triangular portico supported by ionic columns. At the center of the portico is a cross. The steeple has a clock...
    • Book of Hours, France, early 16th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--France--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts--France--Renaissance, 1450-1600
    • Books of Hours were used for private prayers by lay people. Typically Books of Hours included a calendar, Gospel lessons, and hours of daily prayer including Hours of the Virgin, Hours of the Cross, and Hours of the Holy Spirit, as well as psalms...
    • Book of Hours, France, early 16th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--France--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts--France--Renaissance, 1450-1600
    • Books of Hours (Horae) were used for private prayers by lay people. Typically Books of Hours included a calendar, Gospel lessons, and hours of daily prayer including Hours of the Virgin, Hours of the Cross, and Hours of the Holy Spirit, as well as...
    • Breviary, England, mid 13th century, fragment.

    • Breviaries--England--lllustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--England; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500
    • Leaf from a book used for daily prayers by a monk or other person living in a religious community, probably in England. The book was written in the thirteenth century on animal skin since paper was not used at that time. The text is from an...
    • Davidson Hall, 1976.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Davidson Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities;
    • Davidson Hall was dedicated as Philip Davidson Hall on May 6, 1975. In 1995, there was a second dedication ceremony in which the name of Jane Davidson, was added to the official building name. Rededicated as Philip and Jane Davidson Hall: May 15,...
    • Davidson Hall.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Davidson Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Educational facilities;
    • Davidson Hall seen from an elevation; much of the glass and brick building is visible. There are numerous young trees planted in the foreground. This building was dedicated as Philip Davidson Hall on May 6, 1975. In 1995, there was a second...

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