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    • Black Student Union protest, University of Louisville, May 1, 1969.

    • Activists; Black Student Union (University of Louisville); University of Louisville--Students; Police
    • Police carrying demonstrators into transport vehicle. Police officers and news people are gathered around. Members of the Black Student Union (BSU) and some of their supporters occupied the administrative offices of the College of Arts and...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Reprint sheet 8.

    • Animals; Children; Fear; Play (Recreation); Toys; Rescue work; Men; Women; Waterwheels; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Carts & wagons; Danger; Churches
    • This set of woodblock prints was reprinted in the 1980s. The images duplicate the earlier prints in this collection. Woodblock prints of, from left to right starting at top left: turkey approaching boy wielding stick (with hoop and hat on the...
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Sheet 15-1.

    • Animals; Men; Children; Deserts; Sahara; Carthage (Extinct city); Egypt; Slavery; Africa--History; Textbooks; Numidia; Mauritania; Soldiers; Rulers
    • Woodblock prints of, from top to bottom starting at left, and all signed "Hartwell": "Introduction," with camels, giraffes, lions, zebras, and vegetation; bearded man with turban in foreground, and man on horseback in background; soldiers and two...
    • Black Student Union protest, University of Louisville, May 1, 1969.

    • Black Student Union (University of Louisville); African American college students; African Americans; Students; University of Louisville--Students; Activists
    • A group of African-Americans stand in front of the Dean's Building Hall. A white hand holds up a sign, "Black rights mean everyone's rights." Members of the Black Student Union (BSU) and some of their supporters occupied the administrative offices...
    • Black Student Union protest, University of Louisville, May 1, 1969.

    • Black Student Union (University of Louisville); Student movements; Crowds; Police; University of Louisville--Students
    • Police officers and a dark-shirted man look into the open door of the Dean's Building. Members of the Black Student Union (BSU) and some of their supporters occupied the administrative offices of the College of Arts and Sciences, located inside the...
    • L. Amelia Coldewey.

    • Bookplates; Armorial bookplates; Labels; Louisville Free Public Library
    • Shield with a tower in the top half and a skull atop an open book in the bottom half. Above the shield is a knight's helmet facing forward. The shield is surrounded by ornamental flourishes inside a rectangular border. Inside the border and above...
    • H. J. Farbach.

    • Bookplates; Labels
    • Ornamental frame with decorative elements of nature. The frame contains the text "Who loves Not Woman, Wine & Song, a Fool remains his whole life long" followed by the phrase "Ex Libris." At the bottom is the name "H. J. Farbach." Green ink. No...
    • Federal Hill, Bardstown, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Mansions; Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864; State parks & reserves; Historic buildings
    • A man and woman approach Federal Hill mansion, also known as "My Old Kentucky Home," in Bardstown, Kentucky, followed by an African-American man carrying luggage, as three women stand and one woman sits on the entrance steps. Federal Hill was owned...
    • Bank Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Streets; Automobiles; Transportation
    • Address: 2531 Bank Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Automobiles park along Bank Street. Victor Mathis Florist shop is the brick building on the left. A number of houses are beyond it followed by a bakery. A photographer stands near the street with his...
    • Urban Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Streets; Cobblestone streets
    • Address: 122 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. On the first floor of the Urban Building are plate glass windows with signs for "Lincoln Building & Loan Association" and "L&N." Above the plate glass windows are leaded or stained glass...
    • BPW/Morris/Illinois/USA.

    • Business and Professional Women's Club (Morris, Ill.); Business and Professional Women/USA; Business and Professional Women's Foundation
    • Carol Sebian has been a School Social Worker for three years. She has been a member of the Morris BPW for over a year. Having grown up in the Industrialized Northeast, she has found small-town Midwestern life to be a challenge in 'survival skills'.

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