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    • Oral history interview with Lyman T. Johnson (1976).

    • African Americans; African American educators; Segregation in higher education; Civil rights workers; African Americans--Education (Higher); Race relations; University of Louisville; University of Kentucky; Louisville Municipal College for Negroes...
    • Oral history interview conducted with Lyman T. Johnson on May 6, 1976 by Dwayne Cox. Mr. Johnson, a civil rights activist and educator focuses on Johnson’s involvement in the effort to integrate the University of Louisville and the University of...
    • Iroquois Park overlook, Louisville, Kentucky, 1919.

    • Automobiles; Parks; Panoramic views; Men; Women; People; Transportation
    • A Dixie Flyer convertible automobile, manufactured by the Kentucky Wagon Works, is pulled up to the side of the overlook at Iroquois Park looking north at downtown Louisville, Kentucky. A woman in a coat and feathered hat sits on the rock wall...
    • Winton Six at Hogan's Fountain, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Automobiles; Women; Hats; Winter; Fountains; Parks; Sculpture; Hogan's Fountain (Louisville, Ky.); People; Transportation
    • Girls pose for a picture in a Winton Six automobile in front of Hogan's Fountain at Cherokee Park. The girls wear heavy coats and hats and the ground has snow and ice on it. Cherokee Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in...
    • INCO No.1, 1915 - 1916.

    • Barges; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • INCO No. 1, a self-propelled barge with steel hull (240 ft. x 42 ft. x 6.5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1915. Owned by Inland Navigation Company, it operated on the Mississippi River. This diesel powered vessel was built to introduce self loading...
    • Anna Gilbert Cowan.

    • Bookplates; Labels
    • Oval shaped frame decorated with floral elements. An open book is at the base of the frame. The name "Anna Gilbert Cowan" and the phrase "Her Book" are in the center of the frame. Anna Gilbert Cowan was the second wife of Andrew Cowan (1841-1919),...
    • Railroad bridge, Muldraugh, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Bridges; Railroad bridges; Transportation; Automobiles; Roads; Streets; Rural areas
    • A railroad bridge passes over a road that is bending along a mountainous region in Mudraugh, Ky. Painted on the side of the bridge is "Illinois Central System." A car is parked on the right side of the road. Handwritten on border of negative "R.R....
    • Keller Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Financial facilities; Storefronts; Insurance companies
    • A view of the Keller Building located at the northeast corner of 5th and Main Sts. in Louisville, Ky. The lower floor facade is made of light colored stone, with the second floor made from dark colored brick. The doorway is recessed in an archway...
    • Kosair Temple, construction, November 4, 1924.

    • Buildings; Building construction; Kosair Temple (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 224 E. Broadway. This construction scene shows Kosair Temple almost completed. Windows are still missing from the first floor. A number of wheel barrows are in front of the building, and a pulley system is attached to one of the upper...
    • Lincoln Garage.

    • Buildings; Garages; Lincoln Garage, Inc. (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 444 S. Fifth Street. The photograph shows a multistory building with the words Lincoln Garage painted on the side. That wording also appears on a T-shaped sign hanging on the front of the building. That sign also says "Storage" and...
    • Standard Printing Company in Louisville, Kentucky, 1944.

    • Buildings; Historic buildings; Architectural elements; Turrets; Fleur-de-lis; Printing; Printing industry; Clocks & watches; Fire escapes; Architecture
    • Address: 220 South First Street in Louisville, Ky. Designed by Charles D. Meyer in the late 1800s for the Looms Carriage Manufactory, this four story brick building was later purchased by the Standard Printing Company. Rectangular windows of...

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