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    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes.

    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes.

    • African Americans; African American singers; African American musicians; Jazz; Jazz singers; Women jazz musicians

    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes, a jazz singer from Louisville, conducted on June 12, 1979 by Mary Bobo, for the University of Louisville Archives and Records Center. In this interview, Ms. Humes discusses her career, including her start in...
    • Oral history interview with Maurice Rabb.

    • Oral history interview with Maurice Rabb.

    • African Americans; African American physicians; African Americans--Hospitals; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; African Americans--Medical care; Hospitals; Medical education; Race...

    • Oral history interview with Louisville physician Maurice Rabb. Dr. Rabb discusses his early life and education in Mississippi. He speaks of his experiences as a student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, comparing race relations in his...
    • David Hunt Linder.

    • David Hunt Linder.

    • Bookplates; Labels

    • Four monkeys climbing trees in a jungle. There is also an image of a microscope and an organism [possibly a mushroom]. The head of a fifth monkey peeks over a panel with text. The panel contains the name "David Hunt Linder." The phrase...
    • P. B. Muir.

    • P. B. Muir.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits

    • Peter B. Muir was born in Nelson County, Kentucky, in 1822. He was orphaned at an early age and raised by his paternal grandfather, Dr. William Muir. After an early education in the country schools of Nelson county, he attended Hanover College....
    • H. W. Bruce.

    • 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,...
    • Emmet Field.

    • Emmet Field.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits

    • Emmet Field was born in Louisville in 1841. He was educated in Missouri, at Westminster College, and served in the 2d Missouri Cavalry of the Confederate army. He returned to Louisville in 1864, and the next year graduated from the law department...
    • W. O. Harris.

    • W. O. Harris.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Legal education; Teachers; Portraits

    • Willis Overton Harris was born in 1847 in Powhatan County, Virginia. He entered Virginia Military Institute in 1863 and fought in the Civil War with VMI cadet corps until wars end, receiving an honorary degree in 1867. He attended University of...
    • Robert Cochran.

    • Robert Cochran.

    • Lawyers; Legislators; Portraits

    • Robert Armstrong Cochran was born in 1822, on French Creek, in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. When he was three years of age his parents moved to Mercer County, Pennsylvania. He acquired his education in that part of Western Pennsylvania and at the...
    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • Ox teams; Children; Dogs; Sleds & sleighs

    • Six children ride on a sled being pulled by a team of oxen on McMurray's farm. The children are playing with two dogs. H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of Mamre Baptist College, which became Oneida Baptist Institute. McMurray...
    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • On McMurrey's place, flats near Oneida.

    • Children; Play (Recreation); Clotheslines; Laundry

    • Children play among clotheslines in McMurray's yard. H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of Mamre Baptist College, which became Oneida Baptist Institute. McMurray also taught at the school the first year, but because the early...
    • McMurrey's baby.

    • McMurrey's baby.

    • Infants; Log cabins

    • A small child, probably Mary McMurray, who died of leukemia shortly after this picture was taken, stands in a wagon or wooden box. A log cabin home is in the background. The baby's father, H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of...
    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Anderson Hall or Domestic Science Building.

    • Educational facilities; Boarding Schools; Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories

    • Anderson Hall, or the "Yellow House," was a prefabricated building named for its benefactor, Elizabeth Millbank Anderson, wife of noted New York painter Abraham Archibald Anderson. Their daughter taught domestic science at the Oneida...
    • Craft Family.

    • Craft Family.

    • Group portraits; Families; Men; Women; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers

    • The Craft Family poses for a portrait. Left to right are: O. Clair, Wiley Boone, Henrietta, Mattie Webb, Lee, Lola, Virgie, and Rolla. Older brothers, Walter (1889-1969) and Frank (1891-1954) were not present. Lee Craft taught at Oneida Baptist...
    • Professor Burns and Jasper Peters.

    • Professor Burns and Jasper Peters.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Men

    • Professor Burns, Jasper Peters and an unidentified man sit on the lawn outside Marvin Hall on the Oneida campus. Jasper Peters, a long-time friend of Professor Burns, taught at the school in the early years and built one of the first homes in the...
    • Miss Lily DeZorn.

    • Miss Lily DeZorn.

    • Women; Oneida Baptist Institute; Alumni & alumnae; Portrait photographs

    • Outdoor portrait of Lillie DeZarn. Lillie graduated from Oneida Baptist Institute in 1911. She later taught at the institute and married Saul Hounchell, who was also an Oneida graduate and fellow faculty member. Handwritten on bottom border: 466....
    • Craft Family.

    • Craft Family.

    • Group portraits; Families; Men; Women; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers

    • The Craft Family, left to right: O. Clair, Wiley Boone, Henrietta, Mattie Webb, Lee, Lola, Virgie, and Rolla. Older brothers, Walter (1889-1969) and Frank (1891-1954) were not present. Lee Craft taught at Oneida Baptist Institute and the children...
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