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    • Simmons University sewing class, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920s.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); African American college students; College students; Women; Education; African Americans--Education (Higher); African American universities and colleges; Sewing; Sewing machines; Classrooms; Home economics;...
    • Young women in sewing class at Simmons University with instructors. The chalkboard has instructions for proper sewing techniques, some of which are "No kind of needle work requires a cramp or stoop position. Have your chair square to a table and...
    • Simmons University sewing class, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920s.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); African American college students; College students; Women; Education; African Americans--Education (Higher); African American universities and colleges; Sewing; Sewing machines; Classrooms; Home economics;...
    • Young women in sewing class at Simmons University with instructors. Included in the photo is Presisdent C. H. Parrish as well as women identified on the back as Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Crutcher. The university has gone by many names since its...
    • Simmons University commercial class, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920s.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); African American college students; College students; Women; Education; African Americans--Education (Higher); African American universities and colleges; Typewriters; Typewriting; Classrooms; African Americans
    • Young women in a class at Simmons University learning commercial skills such as typing. The university has gone by many names since its founding in 1879: The Kentucky Normal and Theological Institute (1879), State University (1883), Simmons...
    • Simmonola 1922.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); School yearbooks; Schools; Students; African American college students; African American college teachers; African American educators; African Americans--Education (Higher); Alumni & alumnae; Alumni & alumnae;...
    • Yearbook published by students of Simmons University, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921-1922. Includes images of the administration, seniors, undergraduates, activities, athletics and a section of Wit, Humor, and Ads. The university has gone by many names...
    • Simmonola 1921.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); School yearbooks; Schools; Students; African American college students; African American college teachers; African American educators; African Americans--Education (Higher); Alumni & alumnae; Alumni & alumnae;...
    • Yearbook published by students of Simmons University, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920-1921. Includes images of the administration, seniors, undergraduates, organizations, activities, athletics and sections titled poetry and wit and humor. Pages are also...
    • Wood F. Axton Hall at Simmons University, Louisville, Kentucky, 1950s.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); African American universities and colleges; African Americans--Education (Higher); Education; Universities & colleges--Buildings; Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.)--Buildings
    • Wood F. Axton Hall, part of Simmons University, on Dumesnil Street. The university has gone by many names since its founding in 1879: The Kentucky Normal and Theological Institute (1879), State University (1883), Simmons University (1921), Simmons...
    • Wood F. Axton Hall at Simmons University, Louisville, Kentucky, 1950s.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); African American universities and colleges; African Americans--Education (Higher); Education; Universities & colleges--Buildings; Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.)--Buildings
    • Wood F. Axton Hall, part of Simmons University, on Dumesnil Street. The university has gone by many names since its founding in 1879: The Kentucky Normal and Theological Institute (1879), State University (1883), Simmons University (1921), Simmons...
    • 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...
    • W.S. Speed Building, University of Louisville.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. Speed Scientific School; Educational facilities; Doors & doorways;
    • W.S. Speed Building, part of the J.B. Speed School of Engineering. A view of the entranceway, with the words "Civil & Electrical Engineering" inscribed over the doorway. Current uses: Civil and Environmental Engineering; Electrical and Computer...
    • University Club, University of Louisviile.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings;
    • University Club, a brick building with a landscaped median in front. A few people can be seen on the sidewalks, and there are vehicles parked and in the roadway. Current uses: University Club and Alumni Center. Named in honor of Malcolm B. Chancey,...
    • University Club, circa 2008.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings;
    • University Club and Alumni Center, a brick building with a landscaped median in front. The name of the building is inscribed over the end of the roof of the covered walkway, and there is a chimney at either end of the building. Current uses:...
    • Kindergarden [sic] scholar.

    • School children; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute
    • Unidentified young student at Oneida Baptist Institute, wearing bloomers and a man's hat, stands with hands folded across stomach and appears to be talking to someone to his or her right.
    • State University graduate, 1905.

    • Simmons University (Louisville, Ky.); African American college students; College students; Education; African Americans--Education (Higher); Portrait photographs; African Americans
    • Unidentified State University graduate, an African-American male student wearing a dark suit with a white shirt and white tie as well as a white flower on his lapel above a lapel pin. The university has gone by many names since its founding in...
    • Calling day on Buffalo Creek.

    • Women; Girls; Log cabins; Spinning apparatus
    • Two young women and four girls pose on the porch of a wood cabin. A spinning wheel is on the left and a bag of wool hangs on the wall. This image was captioned "Calling day on Buffalo Creek, near Oneida. Carding and conversation progress...
    • Dr. Porter and Dr. Powell of Louisville.

    • Horseback riding; Horses; Men
    • Two visitors from Louisville, Kentucky and an unidentified man pose on horseback on a hill near Oneida Baptist Institute in Oneida, Kentucky. Reverend Doctor Alfred Porter was with the Walnut Street Baptist Church and Reverend Doctor William D. was...
    • Dr. Marvin and Robt. Carnahan.

    • Men
    • Two of the greatest benefactors in the early days of Oneida Baptist Institute, Robert Carnahan, Jr. and Dr. Joseph Benson "J. B." Marvin. "Bob" Carnahan's father was the wealthiest man in Oneida. Dr. Marvin and his wife lived in Louisville.
    • Women and children.

    • Women; Children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Educational facilities
    • Two female staff members and five children pose outside Carnahan Hall at Oneida Baptist Institute. See ULPA 1982.01.368.p, ULPA 1982.01.369.p, ULPA 1982.01.370.p and ULPA 1982.01.374.p for other images of the woman on the left. Handwritten on...

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