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    • Claude C. Matlack Collection

    • Appalachians (People); Appalachian Region--History; Appalachian Region--Social life and customs; Education--Appalachian Region; Education--Kentucky; Kentucky--Social life and customs; Rural schools--Kentucky--History; Oneida Baptist Institute;...
    • 665 items from Louisville native Claude C. Matlack (1878-1944), an amateur photographer who, working as an engineer for his family's plumbing business, happened to capture on film the formative years of a settlement school built by feuding...
    • Court house.

    • Courthouses; Buildings; Clock towers; Men; Signs (Notices); Water pumps; Horses; African Americans
    • A group of men in hats standing in front of the courthouse with clock tower in Winchester, Kentucky. There are large posters or signs leaning against the front of the building that say "Walk-Over" across the top with a picture of a standing man;...
    • Training exercises.

    • Men; Rifles; Military uniforms; Military training
    • A man who appears to be wearing a uniform, perhaps U.S. Army, aims a rifle at a bucket that is swinging on a rope attached to a tree. See ULPA 1982.01.646.p and ULPA 1982.01.647.p.for images of this same man in other activities. The man may be...
    • Training exercises.

    • Men; Rifles; Military uniforms; Military training
    • A man who appears to be wearing a uniform, perhaps U.S. Army, jumps over a barbed wire fence with a rifle or shotgun in his hand. See ULPA 1982.01.647.p and ULPA 1982.01.648.p for images of this same man in other activities. The man may be Leonard...
    • Training exercises.

    • Men; Rifles; Military uniforms; Military training
    • A man who appears to be wearing a uniform, perhaps U.S. Army, jumps over a fallen tree with a rifle or shotgun in his hand. See ULPA 1982.01.646.p and ULPA 1982.01.648.p for images of this same man in other activities. The man may be Leonard...
    • Blue Rock well.

    • Hotels; Buildings; Architecture; Wells
    • A view of a dirt road with several single and two story buildings in the distance, including what looks like a barn on the right side. Several people are standing at the end of the road. According to the journals of Warren Kellar Frederick, this...
    • A.M. HALLIDAY, 1902.

    • Ferries; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • A.M. HALLIDAY, a center wheel ferry with steel catamaran hulls (121 ft. x 59 ft. x 7.7 ft.), was built at Howard in 1903. Owned by Union Ferry Co. in New Orleans, she operated in the New Orleans area, carrying up to thirty-five cars and 225...
    • Wesley Community House, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Religious facilities; Buildings; Architecture; Community centers
    • Address: 805 East Washington Street. Exterior view of Wesley Community House consisting of two, three-story, brick structures that appear joined by a single-story connector with a double-door entrance. A group of children are posed on the stairs...
    • Auditorium, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Auditoriums; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Buildings
    • Ampitheatre Auditorium in Louisville, Kentucky, built by William F. Norton Jr. in 1889 from material salvaged from the Southern Exposition, and razed in 1904 following Norton's death in 1903. Handwritten on mounted print: "Auditorium, S.W. Cor. 4th...
    • Bessie Franklyn.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women
    • Autographed portrait of performer Bessie Franklyn (also spelled Franklin) wearing a hat with ostrich plumes and a high-collared lace blouse and shawl. Franklyn performed at Macauley's Theatre in "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" in October 1903....
    • BOB BLANKS, 1903.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Launchings; Tugboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • BOB BLANKS, a stern-wheel packet with wood hull (175 ft. x 35 ft. x 5 ft.), was built at Howard in 1903. Owned by J.P. Parker, she operated on the lower Mississippi River between New Orleans and the Red River. A handsome cotton style packet with...

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