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2001ua025 Guide to the University of Kentucky general photographic prints, circa 1900 - 2005, 1950 - 1989 Processed by Graduate Assistants, Tracy Mania, Nikki Smith, Jessica Sanders, and Patrick Honaker under the supervision of Access Archivist, Nancy DeMarcus; machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig Special Collections2005Special CollectionsUniversity Archives and Records ProgramUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King BuildingLexington, Kentucky40506-0039 USAPhone: (859) 257-5257Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from MS Word. Date of source: February 2006 Description is in English. Guide to the University of Kentucky general photographic prints, circa 1900 - 2005, 1950 - 1989Contact InformationUniversity Archives and Records ProgramUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King BuildingLexington, Kentucky40506-0039 USAPhone: (859) 257-5257Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13Processed by: Tracey Mania, Nikki Smith, and Jessica Sanders, and Patrick Honaker under the supervision of Access Archivist, Nancy DeMarcusDate Completed: February 2006 Encoded by: Eric WeigCopyright 2006 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved.University of Kentucky general photographic prints, 2001UA025University of Kentucky 99 Boxes, 19.8 cubic feetThe materials are in English.The University of Kentucky general print collection, 2001UA025, consists of photographic prints related to the University of Kentucky. The date element of this collection includes images from circa 1900 - 2005, bulk 1950 - 1989. The items which are not dated are labeled "undated".University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collectionscirca 1900 - 20051950 - 1989The collection is open to researchers by appointment.The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.University of Kentucky general photographic prints, 2001ua025, Special Collections & Digital Programs, University of Kentucky.The University of Kentucky in Lexington is a land grant institution founded in 1865. The University evolved through three stages before becoming the University of Kentucky in 1916: the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky University, 1865-78, a private, denominational institution in Lexington created by an act of the legislature on February 22, 1865; the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky, 1878-1908; and State University, Lexington, 1908-1916. A statute in 1916 changed the name to University of Kentucky. The general print collection includes photographs predominately transferred to university archives from the public relations department. A minimal amount of prints were transferred from accessions. The inclusive date extent is circa 1800 - 2002. The subject matter includes University of Kentucky related photographs depicting campus activities whether academia, administration, sports, or organizations. There are also exterior and interior images of university buildings with the campus in general depicted too.The University of Kentucky general print collection, 2001UA025, consists of photographic prints related to the University of Kentucky. The date element of this collection includes images from circa 1900 - 2005, bulk 1950 - 1989. The items which are not dated are labeled undated. The extent element of this collection is 99 boxes, 19.8 cubic feet, and 8080 items. The collection is divided into 35 series and 427 sub-series. The series are arranged alphabetically and the sub-series are arranged alphabetically within their respective series. The series are: Alumni and Reunions; Alumni Association; Athletics; Awards and Scholarships; Board of Trustees; Buildings and Grounds; Business and Purchasing, Office of; Campus Activities and Events; Campus Scenes and Views; Careers; Colleges; Commencement and Classes; Community Colleges; Conferences; Development; Donovan Scholars; Faculty / Staff; Gaines Center; Glass Negative Prints; Graduate School; Information Technology Computing Center; Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute; International Students; Library; Medical Center; Military Department; Minorities, Office of; Miscellaneous; Physical Plant, Department of; Presidents; President's Family; President's Spouse; Switchboard; Transportation; University Extension; and University Press of Kentucky.The Alumni and Reunions series with a date span of 1928 - circa 1994 has no sub-series.The Alumni Association series with a date span of circa 1900 - 1995 is divided into two sub-series: General; and Service Awards.The Athletics series with a date span of circa 1893 - 2005 is divided into fourteen sub-series: Baseball; Basketball; Basketball - Women's; Cheerleading; Fencing; Field Hockey; Football; General; Golf; Soccer; Swimming; Tennis; Track; and Wildcat Mascot.The Awards and Scholarships series with a date span of 1862 - 1980 has no sub-series.The Board of Trustees series with a date span of 1952 - 1993 has no sub-series.The Buildings and Grounds series with a date span of circa 1800 - 2004 is divided into 142 sub-series: A. B. Chandler Medical Center; A. B. Chandler Medical Center - Dedication; A. B. Chandler Medical Center -Warren Wright Plaza; Administration / Main Building; Administration / Main Building - Fire; Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 1; Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 2; Administration / Main Building - Fire - Teper, Tom; Administration / Main Building - Interior; Administration / Main Building - Reopening; Agricultural Dairy Center; Agricultural Engineering Building; Agricultural Experiment Station; Agricultural Science Building; Agriculture Buildings; Alumni Gymnasium; Anderson (F. Paul) Hall; Barker Hall; Bookstore; Botanical Gardens; Cafeterias and Other Eating Places; Camp Robinson; Carnahan House Conference Center; Carnegie Library; Carol Martin Gatton Business and Economics Building; Center for Academic and Tutorial Services; Charles T. Wethington Health Science Building; Chemistry and Physics Building; Classrooms and Laboratories; Coal Research Laboratory; Coldstream Farm; Combs Cancer Research Building; Commonwealth Stadium - C. M. Newton Field; Community Colleges - Jefferson; Community Colleges - Lexington; Community Colleges - Northern Kentucky, Covington; Community Colleges - Owensboro; Community Colleges - Paducah; Community Colleges - Prestonsburg; Community Colleges - Southeast; Cooperative House; Cooperstown Apartments; Cooperstown Apartments - Interior; Dickey Hall; Dillard House; Doorways; Dormitories - Blanding and Kirwan Towers; Dormitories - Blazer Hall; Dormitories - Boarding Houses; Dormitories - Bowman Hall; Dormitories - Boyd Hall; Dormitories - Breckinridge Hall; Dormitories - Donovan Hall; Dormitories - Exteriors; Dormitories - General; Dormitories - Haggin Hall; Dormitories - Hamilton House; Dormitories - Holmes Hall; Dormitories - Jewell Hall; Dormitories - Keeneland Hall; Dormitories - Kinkead Hall; Dormitories - Men's Residence Halls; Dormitories - Patterson Hall; Dormitories - White Hall; Dormitories - Women's Residence Halls; Entranceways; Erikson Hall; Faculty Club - Hilary J. Boone; Fine Arts Building; Food Storage Building; Fraternity and Sorority Houses; Frazee Hall; Frazee Hall - Fire; Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building; Gaines Center for Humanities; Gillis Building; Greenhouse; Grehan Journalism Building; Guignol; Guignol - Fire; Gymnasium - Girls; Helen King Alumni House; Kastle Hall; KinderCare; Lafferty Hall; Lancaster Aquatic Center; Law Building; Little Commons; Margaret I. King Library; Margaret I. King Library - Annex; Margaret I. King Library - Annex - Dedication; Margaret I. King Library - Annex - Interior; Margaret I. King Library - Interior; Margaret I. King Library - North (presently Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library); Mathews Building; Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center; Maxwell Place; Maxwell Place - Interior; Maxwell Spring; McVey Hall; Mechanical Hall (Old F. Paul Anderson Hall); Memorial Coliseum; Memorial Coliseum - World War II Memorial; Memorial Hall; Miller Hall; Mineral Industries Building; Mining and Mineral Resource Building; Miscellaneous and Unidentified; Neville Hall; Norwood Hall; Oliver H. Raymond Building; Original Buildings - Ashland and Woodland Farms and Bacon College; Parking Lots; Patterson House; Patterson Office Tower; Pence Hall; Peterson / Service Building; Pharmacy, College of; Pictorial History Publications; Plans and Scale Models; Rupp Arena; Sanders - Brown Center on Aging; Scott Street Barracks; Seaton Center; Shawneetown Apartments; Singletary Center for the Arts; Smokestacks - Heating Plant; Social Sciences Building; Spindletop Hall; Spindletop Research Center; Stoll Field and McLean Stadium; Student Union Building (Student Center and Additions); Taylor Education Building; Thomas Poe Cooper Building (Forestry); University Press of Kentucky (Thomas D. Clark Building); Wendt Machine Shop; Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Laboratory; White Hall Classroom Building; Whitefield Stump; William T. Young Library - Exterior; and William T. Young Library - Interior.The Business and Purchasing, Office of series with a date span of 1941 - circa 1958 has no sub-series.The Campus Activities and Events series with a date span of circa 1878 - 2003 is divided into 115 sub-series: 1945 - 1964; 4-H Club; Admission of first African American; Ambassadors; Arbor Day; Big Blue Madness; British Universities Mission; Career Carnival; Centennial Year - 1965; Clark, Thomas D. - 100th Birthday Celebration; Clark, Thomas D. - 99th Birthday Celebration; Class Registration, Welcome Week, and Freshman Orientation; Cultural Diversity; Elections; Exhibits; Ezra L. Gillis - 80th Birthday and UK History Exhibits; Founders Week; General; Governor Scholars; Hanging of the Greens; High Bridge Trip; Homecoming; International Travel; Little Kentucky Derby; May Day; Memorial Service for President John F. Kennedy; Organizations - Adelphen; Organizations - Alma Magna Mater Club; Organizations - Associated Women Students; Organizations - Beta Gamma Sigma; Organizations - Block and Bridle; Organizations - Chess Club; Organizations - College Republicans; Organizations - Community Alliance for Responsible Social Action; Organizations - CWENS; Organizations - Dames Club; Organizations - Debate Team; Organizations - Focus 1969; Organizations - Fraternities; Organizations - Free University; Organizations - Freshman Club; Organizations - Future Teachers of America; Organizations - Girls State Conference; Organizations - Graduate Student Association; Organizations - Human Relations Board; Organizations - Junior Science Club; Organizations - Kentucky Babes; Organizations - Keys; Organizations - Lexington Peace Council; Organizations - Mandolin Club; Organizations - Medical Auxiliary; Organizations - Mortar Board; Organizations - New Democratic Coalition; Organizations - Newcomers Club; Organizations - Omicron Delta Kappa; Organizations - Patterson Literary Society; Organizations - Phi Beta Kappa; Organizations - Philosophian Literary Society; Organizations - Photography Club; Organizations - Pi Sigma Alpha; Organizations - Pitkin Club; Organizations - Psi Chi; Organizations - Queens; Organizations - Religious Groups; Organizations - Shakespearean Festival; Organizations - Sigma Delta Chi Professional Journalism Society; Organizations - Societas Pro Legibus; Organizations - Sororities; Organizations - Speakers; Organizations - Stars in the Night; Organizations - State University of Kentucky (SUKY); Organizations - Student Center / Activities Board; Organizations - Student Committee of Self Study; Organizations - Student Congress; Organizations - Student Government; Organizations - Student Handbook - K-Book; Organizations - Student Nurses Organization; Organizations - Students for Action and Responsibility; Organizations - Tau Sigma; Organizations - Troupers Organizations - Union Literary Society; Organizations - Utopia club; Organizations - Wheelcats (wheelchair basketball); Organizations - Young Americans for Freedom; Organizations - Young Democrats; Organizations - Young Men's Christian Association; Organizations - Young Women's Christian Association; Parents Weekend; Student Protests - 1959; Student Protests - 1968 - 1969; Student Protests - Reaction to Kent State shootings - May 5, 1970; Student Rally; Teas, Dances, and Banquets; Tug of War at Clifton Pond; Visitors - A. B. Happy Chandler, Governor; Visitors - A. O. Stanley, Governor; Visitors - Bob Hope; Visitors - Breckinridge, John; Visitors - Bryan, William Jennings; Visitors - Bush, George H.; Visitors - Eisenhower, Dwight; Visitors - Eleanor Roosevelt; Visitors - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.; Visitors - Gerald Ford; Visitors - John F. Kennedy; Visitors - Julian M. Carroll, Governor; Visitors - Lyndon B. Johnson; Visitors - Miscellaneous; Visitors - Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Visitors - Ralph Nader; Women's Club; and Workshops and Seminars.The Campus Scenes and Views series with a date span of circa 1857 - circa 1999 is divided into seven sub-series: Aerial; Art; Cannon; Fountains; General; Patterson Statue; and Student Orientation.The Careers series with a date span of circa 1955 - circa 1957 has one sub-series: Placement Bureau.The Colleges series with a date span of circa 1890 - 1995 is divided into 64 sub-series: Agriculture; Agriculture - Animals, Miscellaneous (Poultry, Horses, Mules, Sheep); Agriculture - Cattle; Agriculture - Extension Services; Architecture; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Donor Arthur M. Miller; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Donor William S. Webb; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Eastern Kentucky Trip to Big Sandy River - Donor Arthur M. Miller; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Harper's Ferry Excursion - Donor Arthur M. Miller; Arts and Sciences - Botany - Classes and Seminars; Arts and Sciences - Chemistry, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Classical Languages - Department of; Arts and Sciences - English, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Foreign Languages, Department of; Arts and Sciences - General; Arts and Sciences - Geography, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Geology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - History, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Mathematics, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Physics and Astronomy, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Physiology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Political Sciences, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Psychology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Sociology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of - Indonesia Project (Bogor and Bandung); Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of - Zoological Museum; Commerce, College of (Business and Economics, College of); Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of; Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of - Kentuckian; Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of - Kernel; Communication and Information Studies - Radio; Communication and Information Studies - Television; Dentistry; Education; Education - Adult Education; Education - Normal Department; Education University School; Engineering; Engineering - Alumni Composites; Engineering - Awards; Engineering - Classrooms and Laboratories; Engineering - Equipment; Engineering - Faculty / Staff / Student; Engineering - General Classes and Seminars; Engineering - Organizations; Engineering - Plaques; Engineering - Reunions; Fine Arts - Art, Department of; Fine Arts - Music, School of; Fine Arts - Music, School of - Band; Fine Arts - Music, School of - Choral Groups; Fine Arts - Music, School of - Orchestra; Fine Arts - Theater, School of; Graduate Studies - Fellowships; Human Environmental Sciences - Family and Consumer Sciences, Department of (formerly Home Economics); Law; Medicine; Medicine - Anatomy and Physiology, Department of; Medicine - Biology and Microbiology, Department of; Nursing; Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce; Pharmacy; and Physical Education.The Commencement and Classes series with a date span of 1892 - 1986 has one sub-series: General.The Community Colleges series with a date span of 1952 - 1995 is divided into nine sub-series: Ashland; Elizabethtown; Hazard; Henderson; Northern Kentucky - Covington; Lexington; Paducah; Prestonsburg; and Somerset.The Conferences series with a date span of 1924 - 1967 has no sub-series.The Development series with a date span of circa 1969 - circa 1989 has one sub-series: Fellows.The Donovan Scholars series with a date span of circa 1958 - 1979 has no sub-series.The Faculty / Staff series with a date span of circa 1867 - 2005 has no sub-series.The Gaines Center series with a date span of circa 1986 has no sub-series.The Glass Negative Prints series with a date span of circa 1890 - 1951 has no sub-series.The Graduate School series with a date span of circa 1955 - 1978 is divided into two sub-series: Library and Information Science, School of; and Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce.The Information Technology Computing Center series with a date span of circa 1958 has no sub-series.The Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute series with a date span of circa 1992 has no sub-series.The International Students series with a date span of circa 1958 - 1963 has no sub-series.The Library series with a date span of circa 1940 - circa 2002 is divided into eighteen sub-series: Agricultural Experiment Station; Exhibits; General; King Library Press; Library Associates Development Organization; Lucille Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center; Margaret I. King Library - Staff; Margaret I. King Library - Student Assistants; Math; Medical Center; Niles, John Jacob Papers Dedication; Peal, W. Hugh (October 1981) (from Special Collections exhibit, fall 1982 - winter 1983) and other photographs; Peal, W. Hugh Room and Collection Dedication; Special Collections; Thomas D. Clark Papers Dedication; University Archives and Records Program; William T. Young Building Campaign; and William T. Young Dedication.The Medical Center series with a date span of circa 1955 - 2000 is divided into five sub-series: Dentistry; General; Nursing; Pharmacy; and Visitors.The Military Department series with a date span of circa 1888 - 1981 is divided into six sub-series: Band; Broom Brigade; General; Military Science; Nollau Glass Negatives; and Reserve Officers Training Corps.The Minorities, Office of series with a date span of 1988 has one sub-series: General.The Miscellaneous series with a date span of circa 1912-1979 has one sub-series: General.The Non - University of Kentucky series with a date span of circa 1861 - 1993 is divided into thirteen sub-series: Appalachia; Athletics; Exhibits; General; Governors of Kentucky; Kentucky Historic Sites; Kentucky Scenes; Kentucky State Police; Lexington; Lexington Historic Sites; McDowell Family; General; and Stockyards.The Physical Plant, Department of series with a date span of 1899 - 1990 has no sub-series.The President's Family series with a date span of 1955 - circa 1987 is divided into four sub-series: Dickey, Frank; Oswald, John; Roselle, David; and Singletary, Otis.The President's Spouse series with a date span of circa 1941 - 1992 is divided into seven sub-series: Dickey, Betty; Donovan, Nell; Kirwan, Elizabeth; Oswald, Rosanel; Roselle, Louise; Singletary, Gloria; and Wethington, Judy.The Presidents series with a date span of circa 1865 - 2003 is divided into eleven sub-series: Barker, Henry Stites; Dickey, Frank; Donovan, Herman; Kirwan, Albert D.; McVey, Frank L.; Oswald, John W.; Patterson, James Kennedy; Roselle, David; Singletary, Otis; Todd, Lee T.; and Wethington, Charles.The Switchboard series with a date span of 1907 - circa 1960 has no sub-series.The Transportation series with a date span of circa 1969 - circa 1984 has one sub-series: Buses.The University Extension series with a date span of circa 1954 - circa 1987 has no sub-series.The University Press of Kentucky series with a date span of 1952 - 2002 has no sub-series.Container ListAlumni and Reunions1A1Class of 1908 reunion, University of Kentucky; negative from L. E. Nollau collection; names of individuals listed on photographic sleeve, 1928, May 268 inches by 10 inches, b / w. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1A2Class of 1907 reunion, 19326 inches by 9 inches, b / w.1A3Robert Stilz, Lexington, President of the 1938 graduating class of the University of Kentucky, shown presenting to Marcus C. Redwine (left), Winchester, President of the University Alumni Association, a check representing 100% membership of the class in the organization. At Stilz's left are Rankin Terry, Marion, Vice-president of the class; Mary Lou Stark, Lexington, class secretary, and Leon McCrosky, Harrodsburg, class treasurer; the location in Maxwell Place, the home of University President Frank L. McVey, where today he and his wife were hosts to several hundred graduates, faculty and friends of the University at their annual senior breakfast; taken from Lexington Herald-Leader, [1938, June 02]8 inches by 10 inches, b / w.1A4University President Herman Donovan (left) standing next to a former student of the class of 1876, J. E. Taylor (right) in front of the statue of President James K. Patterson, [1941]4.5 inches by 5.5 inches, b / w.1A5Bust of Neal Trimble McKee, B. M. E. 1903, D. Sc. 1946, [1950]7 inches by 9.5 inches, b / w.1A6A. O. Snoddy (left, class of 1913), of Cincinnati, is talking with John Sharp Chambers at the Class Reunions of 1907, 1913, and 1923, 1963, August8 inches by 10 inches, b / w.1A7Class members of 1926 attending the 50th Anniversary Reunion Banquet held on May 7, 1976 in the Student Center Ballroom; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1976, May 078 inches by 10 inches, b / w. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1A8Unidentified members of the College of Law class of 1969; this photo was mailed with a letter dated November 10, 1994, [1994]3.5 inches by 5 inches, b / w.6A22541901 Class Reunion- June 1904; six men and four women, 1904, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2255During 1903 or 1904, seven women are posing for a picture, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2256Print by Bob May (1965); from left to right: Claire Porter St. John, Patrick Owen Hunter, William Edwin Freeman, Edward Thomas Bowling; all B. M. E graduates, [1904]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517455Charles Swift Parrish (second from right) and four other members of the Class of 1907 are at a reunion in 1932, 1932b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.Alumni AssociationGeneral1A9Large group photograph of unidentified women, titled Report of the Association of Alumni, 1990, page 11; gift of T. R. Bryant, July 28, 1948; taken in front of the Gillis Building (then the Chemistry and Experiment Station Building), [1900]6 inches by 8 inches, b / w.1A10Unidentified men at the Annual Dinner of the Chicago Alumni Association of Kentucky State University, taken at the Great Northern Hotel in Chicago, 1918, March 275 inches by 7 inches, b / w.1A11Unidentified members of the University of Kentucky Alumni Club and class of 1942; photographer, J. Ivan Potts, Jr., [1945, July 08]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.1A12Smith Broodnet (standing, left), Mrs. Hampton Adams (center) and three unidentified men are all University of Kentucky Alumni officers; photo from Lexington Herald-Leader. Received on November 3, 1990 from Public Relations, [1959, May 23]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10 inches.1A13Pictured left to right, Hampton C. Adams, Lexington, E. B. Farris, Mrs. Gilbert Kingsbury, U. K. Trustee Kingsbury of Ft. Mitchell, Mrs. M. M. White; photos appears in the "Our University", (published July, 1963), 1963, Julyb / w, 6 inches by 7.5 inches.1A14Philip D. Sang (left) is standing next to his son, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A15Alumni Committee; photos appears in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A16Candid photos taken a the Alumni Board Meeting, King Alumni House; copy 2, 1980, January 12b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20777, Regular Series.1A17Jay Brumfield (standing) is showing Bob Whitaker something at an unknown event, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Service Awards527538The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Marian Sims, Ralph McCracken, Jr., and Bruce K. Davis, 1992color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527539The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Ralph McCracken, Jr., Bruce K. Davis, Marian Sims, and Terry Mobley, 1992color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527540The 1995 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Preston Art, Mike Burleson, Bernie Vonderheide, Barbara Letton, C. M. Newton, and Ed Hamilton, 1995color, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527541The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Ralph McCracken, Jr., Bruce K. Davis, Marian Sims, and Terry Mobley, 1992color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527542Bill Keightley, UK basketball equipment manager, is standing in front of trophies, 1992color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018. This photograph was taken by Liz Howard Demoran.527543Bill Keightley, UK basketball equipment manager, is standing in front of trophies, 1992color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018. This photograph was taken by Liz Howard Demoran.527544The 1994 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Michael A. Burleson, Thomas W. Harris, and Joseph Burch, 1994color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527545The 1994 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Michael A. Burleson and Thomas W. Harris, 1994color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527546The Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: T. E. "Gene" Spragens, Michael A. Burleson, William T. Uzzle, and Hank Thompson, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527547The Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Michael A. Burleson, Thomas W. Harris, and William t. Uzzle, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.527548The 1993 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Marvin Akers and Richard Bean, 1993color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.Athletics Baseball1A181925 University of Kentucky Baseball, 1925b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 78.1A19Unidentified baseball player; photo received June 6, 1952 from the Athletic Department, [1932]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.1A20Unidentified Kentucky baseball player running to third base during a game, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A21Unidentified Kentucky baseball player batting during a game; photo appears on page 389 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A22Baseball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt, 1969; photo appears on page 122 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 186.Basketball1A23Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen, 1904b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A23aBasketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen (duplicate, Image 23), 1904b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A23bBasketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen (duplicate, Image 23), 1904b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A24Unidentified member of the 1908 basketball team, 1908b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 40.1A25Six unidentified basketball players. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photograph, [1909]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1A26Three basketball players, left to right: Preston, Harrison, Hart; the individual photos are on pages 140-141, in the 1912 Kentuckian, 1912b / w, 5.5 inches by 7 inches.1A27Unidentified members of the sophomore basketball team, in front of Buell Armory; photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, 1912b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches.1A28Unidentified members of the junior basketball team, in front of Buell Armory; photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, 1912b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches.1A29Members of the 1917-18 basketball team; photo appears in the 1918 Kentuckian, page 216; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1918b / w, 7.25 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1A30Members of the 1918-19 basketball team, unidentified; photo appears on page 152 in the 1919 Kentuckian, 1919b / w, 7.25 inches by 9.5 inches.1A31Members of the 1921 basketball team, Champions of the South, 1921b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches.1A31aMembers of the 1921 basketball team, Champions of the South (duplicate of Image 31), 1921b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A32Members of the 1925 basketball team, unidentified, 1925b / w, 9 inches by 11 inches.1A33Members of the 1926-27 basketball team, unidentified, [1926]b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches.1A34Members of the 1929-30 basketball team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, [1929]b / w, 7.5 inches by 12 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1A35Members of the 1929-30 Freshman basketball team, unidentified; photographer: E. Martin Jessee, [1929]b / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.1A35aMembers of the 1929-30 Freshman basketball team, unidentified; photographer: E. Martin Jessee, [1929]b / w,8.5 inches by 11 inches.1A36Basketball team member James Cavana. Photo appears on page 276 in the 1930 Kentuckian, [1930]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.1A37Basketball team member Ellis Johnson, [1930]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1A38Head Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with members of the 1931 basketball team, his first season at the University of Kentucky, 1931b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1A38aHead Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with members of the 1931 basketball team, his first season at the University of Kentucky (duplicate of Image 38), 1931b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1A38bHead Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with members of the 1931 basketball team, his first season at the University of Kentucky (duplicate of Image 38), 1931b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A39Basketball team, 1937-38, with Adolph Rupp seated far left, [1937]b / w, 8 inches by 12 inches.1A40Men's Southeastern Conference Champion basketball team, with Adolph Rupp seated left, 1938-39 season; photographer: John L. Carter, 1939b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A41Photo of Adolph Rupp and others during a celebration of the SEC championship team, held in Alumni Gym, March 06, 1940; pictured left to right are Marcia Willing, cheerleader, Rupp, Lexington Mayor T. Ward Havely, Layton Rouse, team captain, and Bill Elder, head of SUKY, a UK student organization; photo received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer, 1940, March 06b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A42Basketball game action, UK versus West Virginia; Mel Brewer (15) watches as Milton Ticco (3) takes a shot; photo appears on page in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.25 inches.1A43Basketball game action, UK versus Tennessee; Marvin Akers (13) scores; photo appears on page 198 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.25 inches.1A44Members of the 1941 Freshman basketball team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears in 1941 Kentuckian, page 201; photographer: Lafayette Studios, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A45East All-Star basketball team members (high school players participating in a UK coaching clinic); pictured left to right are Tim Sullivan, Dayton, Tom Lyons, Mt. Sterling, coach Bobby Laughlin, Morehead, and Kenny Reeves, Maysville; photo received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A46Coach Adolph Rupp at left standing and clapping and members of the [1946-47] basketball team; pictured left to right are Wallace Jones, unidentified, Joe Holland, Ralph Beard, and Kenny Rollins, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A47Basketball team photo, 1946-47 season; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1A48Basketball game action, UK versus unidentified opponent; Leonard Pearson (31) lying on gym floor with ball, Alumni Gym, [1946-49]b / w, 4.5 inches by 4.75 inches.1A49Basketball game action, UK versus Tennessee. Pictured is Ralph Beard taking a shot; photo appears on page 195 in the 1948 Kentuckian, [1948]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1A50Basketball team photo, 1947-48 season, including the "Fabulous Five", Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones (27), Alex Groza (15), Cliff Barker (6), Kenny Rollins (26), Ralph Beard (12); coach Adolph Rupp seated far left and Harry Lancaster seated far right, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A50aBasketball team photo, 1947-48 season, including the "Fabulous Five", Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones (27), Alex Groza (15), Cliff Barker (6), Kenny Rollins (26), Ralph Beard (12); head coach Adolph Rupp seated far left and assistant coach, Harry Lancaster seated on far right (duplicate of Image 50), [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A51Basketball game action, versus Vanderbilt. Pictured is Alex Groza fighting for the ball, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1A52Basketball team member Ralph Beard pictured taking a shot at the UK vs. University of Louisville Olympic trial game at Madison Square Garden, New York; UK won the game 91-57 and moved to the semifinals; photo received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer, [1948]b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.1A53Adolph Rupp and the "Fabulous Five", members of the 1947-48 basketball team; pictured are (front) Ralph Beard, Rupp, Kenny Rollins, (rear) Wallace "Wah-Wah" Jones, Alex Groza, and Cliff Barker; photo appears on page 129 in the Alumni Association booklet (n. d.), [1948]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6 inches. Visual File No. 116.1A53aAdolph Rupp and the "Fabulous Five", members of the 1947-48 basketball team; pictured are (front) Ralph Beard, Rupp, Kenny Rollins, (rear) Wallace "Wah-Wah" Jones, Alex Groza, and Cliff Barker; photo appears in the Alumni Association booklet (n. d.) page 129 (duplicate of Image 53), [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 117.1A54Adolph Rupp and the "Fabulous Five", members of the 1947-48 basketball team; pictured from left are Ralph Beard, Ken Rollins, Cliff Barker, Wallace Jones, Alex Groza, coach Adolph Rupp; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1948]b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches.1B55Basketball team returns from NCAA championship to downtown Lexington's Union Railroad Station; banner reading "Basketball Capitol of the World" hangs on the station building, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B56Basketball team photo, 1948-49 season, NCAA season champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 129 in the 1949 Kentuckian, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1B56aBasketball team photo, 1948-49 season, NCAA season champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 129 in the 1949 Kentuckian, 1949b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1B56bBasketball team photo, 1948-49 season, NCAA season champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page in the 1949 Kentuckian, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 212.1B57Adolph Rupp and the five starters from the 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team arrive in Seattle to play the title game against Oklahoma A & M; pictured (front, left to right) are Cliff Barker, Ralph Beard, (back, left of right) Wallace Jones, Alex Groza, Jim Line, Rupp; received from Cincinnati Enquirer, June 13, 1959, AP photo, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 8 inches (cropped)1B58Ralph Beard, member of 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team, [1948]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B59Wallace "Wah-Wah" Jones, member of 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team; photo appears on page 130 in the 1949 Kentuckian, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B60Cliff Barker, member of 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team and WWII veteran, received congratulations from University President Herman L. Donovan and fans in Alumni Gym, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B61Cliff Barker, member of 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team and WWII veteran, received congratulations from University President Herman L. Donovan and fans in Alumni Gym, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B62Ben Williams, J. B. Faulconer, 1939 journalism graduate and creator of first UK sports information and broadcast network, and Bernie Shively (left to right), UK Athletics Director, pictured in press box during game; photo received May 5, 1965 from the Lexington Herald-Leader, [1942]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B63Ben Williams, J. B. Faulconer, 1939 journalism graduate and creator of first UK sports information and broadcast network, and Bernie Shively (left to right), UK Athletics Director, pictured in press box during game; photo received May 5, 1965 from the Lexington Herald-Leader, [1942]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B64Basketball game action, UK versus Alabama, Alumni Gymnasium, Bill Spivey (77), Jim Line (25), Walt Hirsch (19), [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1B65Basketball team member Bill Spivey taking a shot during game against unidentified opponent, [1950]b / w, 4.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1B66UK winning the Southeastern Conference championship tournament in 1950; pictured is Bill Spivey accepting award from Governor Earle Clements, trophy stands on table between them. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1950, March 07b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1B67Basketball team photo, Southeastern Conference champs on March 07, 1950, Adolph Rupp is pictured fourth from right, 1950, March 07b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 67.1B68Basketball team members Frank Ramsey (30) and Chesley Riddle (24, did not remain on team), [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B69Basketball game action; Bill Spivey takes a foul shot as Read Morgan (36) watches from left, at Memorial Coliseum, [1950]b / w, 4.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1B70Basketball team photo, 1950-51 season, NCAA Championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1951b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1B70aBasketball team photo, 1950-51 season, NCAA Championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of Image 70), 1951b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1B71Basketball game action, UK versus Kansas; Bobby Watson (38) watches as Walt Hirsch (19) dribbles past defender; photo appears on page 190 in the 1951 Kentuckian, [1951]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B72Basketball team members Lou Tsioropoulos (16), Cliff Hagan (6), Frank Ramsey (30), Phil Grawemeyer (44), and Bill Evans (42) pictured with Madge Barnett, [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B73Basketball team members Lou Tsioropoulos (16) pictured holding Madge Barnett on his shoulders, standing with Cliff Hagan (6), Frank Ramsey (30), Phil Grawemeyer (44), and Bill Evans (42) , [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B74Basketball team members Frank Ramsey (left) and Cliff Hagan, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B75Frank Ramsey, 1951-54 basketball team member, [1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B76Basketball team photo, 1953-54 season , 1953b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B77Cliff Hagan (6), coach Adolph Rupp, Lou Tsiriopoulos (16), and Frank Ramsey (30), 1954, January 17b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)1B78Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B79Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B80Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B81Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B82Alex Groza and three unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B83Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B84Jim Line (2nd from right) and Alex Groza (far right) are standing with two unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B85Cliff Barker (2nd from left), Alex Groza (2nd from right), Dale Barnstable (far right) and unidentified guest at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1B86Frank Ramsey (left) and Cliff Hagan at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1B87Alex Groza talking with an unidentified woman at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B88Alex Groza talking with an unidentified woman at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B89Basketball game action, UK versus Georgia Tech; pictured are Bill Evans (42), Phil Grawemeyer (44), Jerry Bird (22), and Bob Burrows (50), from the 1954-55 season; photo appears on page 134 in the 1955 Kentuckian, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B89aBasketball game action, UK versus Georgia Tech; pictured are Bill Evans (42), Phil Grawemeyer (44), Jerry Bird (22), and Bob Burrows (50), from the 1954-55 season; photo appears in the 1955 Kentuckian, page 134 (duplicate of image 89), [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B90Basketball game action, UK versus DePaul; pictured is Bob Burrows dribbling around defenders, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B91Basketball coach Adolph Rupp and spouse with new Cadillac given by the university in honor of Rupp's and UK's NCAA championships; photographer: John Mitchell, 1955, March 05b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B92Basketball game action; photo of the bench, pictured left to right are Ed Beck, Vernon Hatton, two unidentified players, coach Adolph Rupp (standing) and assistant coach Harry Lancaster; photographer: John Mitchell, 1956, January 17b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 147.1B93Albert Kirwan, chairman of the NCAA infractions committee, with Art Bergstrom, investigator; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo transferred from 1987UA010.1B94Basketball team photo, 1957-58 season, NCAA national champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1B95Basketball team photo, 1957-58 season, NCAA national champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 152.1B95aBasketball team photo, 1957-58 season, NCAA national champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 95), 1957b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 152.1B96Basketball game action; pictured is Johnny Cox (24) scoring, [1958]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9 inches.1B96aBasketball game action; pictured is Johnny Cox (24) scoring (duplicate of image 96), [1958]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B97Basketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Vernon Hatton (52) watches as Johnny Cox (24) shoots; photo appears in the 1957 Kentuckian, page 227; photographer: Glenn Thomasson, [1958]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B97aBasketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Vernon Hatton (52) watches as Johnny Cox (24) shoots; photo appears in the 1957 Kentuckian, page 227; photographer: Glenn Thomasson (duplicate of image 97), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B97bBasketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Vernon Hatton (52) watches as Johnny Cox (24) shoots; photo appears in the 1957 Kentuckian, page 227; photographer: Glenn Thomasson (duplicate of image 97), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 151.1B98Basketball team members, 1958-59 season; pictured are (front) unidentified, coach Adolph Rupp, Vernon Hatton (52), (standing) John Brewer (70), Johnny Cox (24), Ed Beck (34), John Crigler (45), and Adrian Smith (50), 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B99Basketball game action; Johnny Cox (24) taking a shot against Seattle, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B100Basketball coach Adolph Rupp (right) and 1947-48 basketball team accepting the NCAA Championship trophy (players left to right: Jim Line, Dale Barnstable, John Stough?, Joe Holland, Alex Groza [obscured], Ralph Beard [obscured], Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones, Garland Townes?, Walt Hirsch?, Cliff Barker, Asst. Coach Harry Lancaster), 1948, March 22b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 210.1B101Basketball game action; Don Mills (52) is sandwiched between two St. Louis players (Bob Ferry, Glen Mankowski), 1958-59 season; AP photo; received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1958, December 15b / w, 8 inches by 8.75 inches.1B102Basketball game action, UK versus Temple; Ed Beck takes a shot for a goal; photo appears on page 206 in the 1958 Kentuckian, 1958b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B103Basketball team members, 1958 championship season, (left to right) unidentified, Lincoln Collinsworth, Dick Howe, unidentified, Bernie Shively (Athletics Director), Adrian Smith, Harold Ross, unidentified, unidentified, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996 from Jane Masbrangelo.1B104Basketball team members, 1958 championship season, (left to right) unidentified, Bill Lickert, Ed Beck, Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, coach Adolph Rupp, Johnny Cox, Vernon Hatton, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996 from Jane Masbrangelo.1B105Basketball game action, UK versus Florida State; Don Mills (52) watches as Lowell Hughes (44) and Bobby Slusher (32) go for a rebound, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B106Team member Johnny Cox (24) standing with coach Adolph Rupp, [1959]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.1B107Basketball game action, UK versus Ole Miss (University of Mississippi); Bill Lickert drives past Ivan Richmann (22) and Louis Griffin (34) for a goal; received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1959, February 09b / w, 7 inches by 8 inches (cropped)1B108Basketball game action; unidentified player takes a shot against UK; Dick Parsons falling to the floor, left; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.1B109Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with Bill Lickert (left) and Dick Parsons, [1959-61]color, 5 inches by inches.1B110Basketball team member Dick Parsons (left) with Ned Jennings; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959-61]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.1B111Basketball game action, UK versus Georgia Tech; Dick Parsons diving for the ball; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959-61]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.1B112Basketball game action, UK versus Ole Miss; Ned Jennings (4) and Jim McDonald (20) watch as Sid Cohen (22) shoots; photographer: Ken Kuhn (University of Kentucky sports information), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B113Basketball game action, UK versus Georgia; Ned Jennings (4) shoots at Memorial Coliseum, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B114Basketball game action, UK versus Tulane; Dick Parsons (50) shoots; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.1B115Basketball game action, UK versus Florida; Bill Lickert (44) and Allen Felhaus (12) watch as Roger Newman (42) dives for the ball; Public Relations photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B116Basketball game action, UK versus St. Louis; UK players are (left to right) Allen Feldhaus, Jim McDonald, Bill Lickert, Roger Newman (with glasses), and Larry Pursiful, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B117Basketball team member Scotty Baesler, [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B118Basketball game action; photo of coaches Adolph Rupp (left) and Harry Lancaster from the bench; player Don Rolfes sits far left; man to the far right is unidentified, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B119Basketball Coach Adolph Rupp with Jim LeMaster (1964-68 seasons), [1964]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.1B120Basketball game action, UK versus North Carolina; Charles "Cotton" Nash (44) and Larry Conley (40) go for a rebound, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B121Basketball game action, UK versus North Carolina; Larry Conley (40) watches as Charles "Cotton" Nash (44) shoots, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B122Basketball game action, UK versus St. Louis; Phil Grawemeyer (44) watches Johnny Cox leaping on a St. Louis player while passing the ball to Bill Evans (42); photo appears on page 43 in the 1965 Kentuckian, [1965]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1B123Basketball team member Pat Riley (1965-67) shooting the ball, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B124Basketball starting five ("Rupp's Runts") pose with coach Adolph Rupp after winning the NCAA Tournament Mideast Regional in Iowa City (84-77 over Michigan); pictured left to right are Larry Conley, Rupp, Tommy Kron, Thad Jaracz, Pat Riley, and Louie Dampier; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1966, March 13b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Photo from Jane Vimont and Associates, [1995].1B125Basketball game action, Blue versus White; Louie Dampier (10) scores; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B126Basketball game action; Assistant coach Harry Lancaster (UK Athletics Director, 1968-76), left, and coach Adolph Rupp, right, from the bench during game, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo from the Russell Rice Papers.1B127Basketball game action, UK versus Pennsylvania; Dan Issel takes a shot, 1967, December 09b / w, 4 inches by 10 inches (cropped)1B128Coach Adolph Rupp (left), player Phil Argento (standing behind) and an unidentified man pictured on plane after being named the Southeastern Conference championships; they are holding a cake that reads "Congratulations SEC Champions 1968-69, Coach Rupp", [1969]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B129Unidentified students playing intramural basketball game; photo appears on page 95 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B130Basketball game action; unidentified UK player passing the ball; photo appears on page 88 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B131Basketball game action, UK versus Auburn; Larry Steele (25) shoots as other unidentified UK player watches; photo appears on page 386 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969, February 03b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B132Basketball game action; Phil Argento (13) and Mike Casey (34) during game; photo appears on page 229 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B133Basketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Larry Steele (25) and opponent during game; photo appears on page in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1B134UK Athletic Board celebrates UK basketball's 1000th victory with a celebration cake; photo appears on page 387 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 180.1B135UK Athletic Board celebrates UK basketball's 1000th victory with a celebration cake; photo appears on page 89 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 181.1C136Basketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Kent Hollenbeck (32) watches Dan Issel (44) score, [1969]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C137Governor Louis B. Nunn (1967-71) presents basketball coach Adolph Rupp the Louis B. Nunn Award, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C138Basketball team photo, 1972-73 season; coach Joe B. Hall is seated far left, assistant coach Dick Parsons is seated far right, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C139Unidentified UK basketball team members during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1973-76]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.1C140Men's Basketball four-photo collage, 1974-75 season: 1. Coach Joe B. Hall and assistants Roy Edelman, Lynn Nance, Dick Parsons, and Leonard Hamilton; 2. Sophomore players Joey Holland, Larry Johnson, Ernie Whitus, and Merion Haskins; 3. Freshmen players Rick Robey, Dan Hall, James Lee, Jack Givens, and Mike Phillips; 4. Seniors Jimmy Don Conner, Kevin Grevey, Bob Guyette, Jerry Hale, G. J. Smith, and Mike Flynn, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.1C141Men's Basketball four-photo collage featuring coach Joe B. Hall, 1974-75 season: 1. In training room lounge with Bob Guyette (foreground) and Jack Givens; 2. With running program; 3. On the farm; 4. With administrative assistant Jane Rollins, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.1C142Jane S. Rollins, administrative assistant to basketball coach Joe B. Hall, cutting a cake; athletics director Cliff Hagan is to her right, [1975-79]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.1C143Unidentified student reading the December 11, 1977 Kentucky Kernel, which features a front-page article on the death of basketball coach Adolph Rupp, 1977, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C144Basketball coach Joe B. Hall and player Fred Cowan, [1977-78]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.1C145Basketball coach Joe B. Hall and player Jay Shidler, [1977-78]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.1C146Basketball team photo, 1978 NCAA championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1978b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1C146aBasketball team photo, 1978 NCAA championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 146), 1978b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 211.1C147Basketball team photo, 1978 NCAA championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1978b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 211.1C148Thousands of students and fans gather at Lexington's Bluegrass Field (airport) to greet the returning 1978 NCAA championship UK basketball team, 1978b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C149UK Men's Basketball team, December 1979; seated far left, Jane S. Rollins, to her left, coach Joe B. Hall, 1979, Decembercolor, 3.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.1C149-2Basketball game action, UK versus Louisville; Kenny Walker (34) watches as Sam Bowie (31) takes a shot; photo appears on cover of Sports Information Press, Radio, T. V.; supplement on 1984 NCAA championships, [1983]color, 6.75 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)Note: photo is NOT a duplicate of Image 149; because of a numbering error, the "-2" is used to distinguish the photos from one another.1C150Basketball game action, UK versus unidentified opponent; Rex Chapman (3) takes a shot, [1986-88]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C151Basketball team photo, 1988-89 season; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1988b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1C152Group of fans and supporters at a downtown event for UK basketball; in the photo are players Travis Ford (left center, black wind breaker jacket) and Jamal Mashburn (tall man in center, wearing "X" ball cap), [1992]color, 4 inches by 6 inches.1C153Basketball team photo, 1992-93 season; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve and on photo caption, 1992color, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1C154Unidentified UK basketball players during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undatedb / w, 7 inches by 11 inches.1C155Unidentified UK basketball players during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undatedb / w, 7 inches by 11 inches.1C156Unidentified UK basketball players during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undatedb / w, 7 inches by 11 inches.1D288Unidentified members of the senior class basketball team. Photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1912]b / w, 2.5 inches by 3 inches.1D312Former UK basketball player and Athletics Director Cliff Hagan pictured reading to his children; photo taken when Hagan was player/coach of the Dallas Chapparals of the now-defunct American Basketball Association; Dallas Morning News staff photo, Jo Ball, photographer, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.436908The University of Kentucky College of Dentistry Basketball team versus the University of Kentucky Freshman basketball team. Cliff Berger. From the left: Jimmy Dan Conner (#20), Bob Guyette, unidentified UKCD player, G.J. Smith, and Keven Grevey (#35), [1971 - 1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.436909A Wildcat tradition calls for a special, individual appearance of each player before his last home game (Senior Night.) Melvin Turpin is standing with his mother and Coach Hall. They are waiting for him to break through the hoop with his name and picture on it, 1984, Marchb / w, 4 inches by 6.5 inches. This photograph was taken by Chuck Perry. It is in Carl Cone's "A Pictorial History" on page 348, image 2.446993John Pelphrey (far left), Deron Feldhaus (second from left), Richie Farmer (third from left) and Sean Woods (right) are listening to UK President Charles Wethington (second from right) talk to the press, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was taken by Charles Bertram and is a Lexington Herald-Leader photograph.517423Kyle Macy is playing basketball at Rupp Arena, [1977]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517424The University of Kentucky Men's Basketball Team versus the University of Illinois at Rupp Arena. The Kentucky Players from the left: Jim Master (#20) Sam Bowie, and Kenny Walker, [1983]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517425The University of Kentucky 2005 - 2006 team picture. On the front is the team picture with the heading "Kentucky vs Georgetown College November 9, 2005" and on the back is a blank statistics sheet for the game, 2005b / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.527549The 1995 / 1996 UK Men's Basketball Team. The team won the 1996 National Championship. Front row from the left: Assistant Coach Delray Brooks, Head Coach Rick Pitino, Allen Edwards, Derek Anderson, Jeff Sheppard, Tony Delk, Anthony Epps, Cameron Mills, Wayne Turner, Associate Coach Jim O'Brien, and Assistant Coach Winston Bennett. Standing from the left: Equipment Manager Bill Keightley, Administrative Assistant George Barber, Jason Lathrem, Oliver Simmons, Nazr Mohammed, Mark Pope, Walter McCarty, Antoine Walker, Jared Pickett, Ron Mercer, Trainer Eddie Jamiel, Assitant Strength Coach Layne Kaufman, and Strength Coach Shaun Brown, 1995color, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.Basketball - Women's1C157Women's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1903; photographer: Gregson, Eng., Lexington; photo appears in the 1903 Blue and White yearbook, page 95, 1903b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C157aWomen's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1903; photographer: Gregson, Eng., Lexington; photo appears in the 1903 Blue and White yearbook, page 95 (duplicate of image 157), 1903b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C157bWomen's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1903; photographer: Gregson, Eng., Lexington; photo appears in the 1903 Blue and White yearbook, page 95 (duplicate of image 157), 1903b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C157cWomen's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1903; photographer: Gregson, Eng., Lexington; photo appears in the 1903 Blue and White yearbook, page 95 (duplicate of image 157), 1903b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C157dWomen's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1903; photographer: Gregson, Eng., Lexington; photo appears in the 1903 Blue and White yearbook, page 95 (duplicate of image 157), 1903b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C158Women's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1904; photographer: Mullens; photo appears on page 95 in the 1904 Echoes yearbook, 1904b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 35.1C159Women's basketball team, University of Kentucky, 1921; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, including student coach and future Distinguished Alumna Sarah Blanding; photo appears on page 145 in the 1921 Kentuckian, 1921b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. Visual File No. 71.1C160Unidentified members of a women's basketball team; the letter "G" is on their sweaters (possibly Georgetown College team) Received June 6, 1952 from the Athletics Department, [1921]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches.1C161Margaret Jameson (manager, far left), Mildred Morris (2nd from left), Dorothy Potter (captain, center), Nacy Stephenson (2nd from right), and Harriet Felsenthal are all members of the 1922 women's basketball team; photo appears on page 147 in the 1922 Kentuckian, 1922b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C162Melanie Warren, Owensboro, KY, starting center for the 1986 Lady Kats women's basketball team, 1986b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C163Athletics Board meeting; former governor A. B. Chandler sits to the left of University President Otis Singletary (4th from left), Cliff Hagan (standing 4th from right), Larry Forgy (standing 6th from right), Daniel Reedy (standing 3rd from left), Harry Lancaster (seated 2nd from left), and 14 other unidentified members, [1987]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Cheerleading1C164Three unidentified UK female cheerleaders and seven unidentified male cheerleaders during the Bull Session at YM camp; photographer: University of Kentucky, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1C165Cheerleaders with bobbie socks and saddle oxford shoes attending the homecoming football game at Stoll Field, November 23, 1957; pictured from left to right are Nancy Lowe, Pat Nallinger, Ellery "Red" Calkin, Jr., Joan Weissinger, Evelyn O'Dell, and Charlene Scheibel; UK defeats Tennessee and cheerleaders bring out the beer barrel; photo appears in the 1958 Kentuckian, page 193 and on page 25 in the 1960 K-Book student handbook, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C166Unidentified Manual High School (Louisville) cheerleaders; man in center is an unidentified UK cheerleader helping with extended programs; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, September 20b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C167UK cheerleaders with the school mascot "Tucky" at Stoll Field; pictured front row, left to right, are Betty Davis, Sue Buchana, Nancy Barnett, and Lowell Stevens (back row, right) Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C168Unidentified UK cheerleaders running onto Stoll Field before game. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C169UK cheerleaders, from left to right, Ray Burklow, Judy Pope, Judie Wylie, Mary Gail McCall, Paula Choate, Ida Mae McLaughlin, Debbie Delaney; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C170Two unidentified cheerleaders and three unidentified students, all homecoming queen finalists, [1965]b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches.1C171Unidentified female cheerleader wearing a "G" on her sweater, possibly Georgetown College or University of Georgia, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C172Unidentified cheerleaders at a unidentified basketball game; opponent's cheerleaders have "W" on their jerseys and a large mascot design of a bird of prey (eagle, possibly) hangs on the wall in the background, [1960-65]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C173Two unidentified UK male and one female cheerleaders at basketball game. Photo appears on page 235 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C174Six prints, taped together, of University of Tennessee cheerleaders during a game at McLean Stadium at Stoll Field; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1971]b / w, 1C175Cheerleading team photo, all unidentified except the Barnstable twins, back row, who did commercials and traveled with Bob Hope to Vietnam. Received March 19 1984 from Photographic Services, 1972b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C176Patricia and Priscilla Barnstable, UK cheerleaders and daughters of former UK basketball standout Dale Barnstable; the twins traveled with Bob Hope's entourage to Vietnam to entertain troops there during the war over the Christmas season, 1972b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C176aPatricia and Priscilla Barnstable, UK cheerleaders and daughters of former UK basketball standout Dale Barnstable; the twins traveled with Bob Hope's entourage to Vietnam to entertain troops there during the war over the Christmas season (duplicate of image 176), 1972b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C176bPatricia and Priscilla Barnstable, UK cheerleaders and daughters of former UK basketball standout Dale Barnstable; the twins traveled with Bob Hope's entourage to Vietnam to entertain troops there during the war over the Christmas season (duplicate of image 176), 1972b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C177Five unidentified male and female cheerleaders at Commonwealth Stadium, 1973b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1C178Unidentified members of the cheerleading team, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 1C179Presentation of the National Championship trophy to Dale Baldwin (in wheelchair) and rest of the 1986-87 team; athletics director Cliff Hagan is at far right, 1987b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 1C180Unidentified male cheerleader is standing left and Amy Boyanowski is standing right leading a cheer at Commonwealth Stadium, 1990, September 01b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches Fencing1D289UK Fencing team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Photo appears on page 212 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2257Two men fencing while another watches, [1904]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Field Hockey1D300Unidentified field hockey players during a game against Eastern State College, near Stoll Field in 1960; photo appears in 1960 Kentuckian, page 245. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D301Unidentified Eastern State College field hockey takes the ball from Barbara Brookhart during game near Stoll Field; photo appears on page 174 in the 1963 Kentuckian, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Football1C181Unidentified members of the 1893 Kentucky State College football team; photo appears in the 1901 Kentuckian, page 39 and the May 9, 1965 Lexington Herald-Leader, [1893]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C182Unidentified members of the 1897 Kentucky State College football team; photographer: J. D. Turner; photo appears on page 38 in the 1901 Kentuckian, 1897b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C183Unidentified football player, [1898]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C184Unidentified football player, [1898]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C185Unidentified members of the 1898 Kentucky State College "Great Second" football team; photo appears, along with a scoreboard of the season, on page 38 in the 1901 Kentuckian, [1898]b / w, 5.5 inches by 8 inches. Visual File No. 19.1C186Unidentified members of the 1899 Kentucky State College football team; photographer: R. L. McGlure and Jacob Inglewood; photo appears on page 36 in the 1901 Kentuckian, [1899]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C187Football game crowd at Kentucky State College; fans are seated on first wooden grandstand, designed and erected by the Engineering Department; President James K. Patterson can be seen on the back row of the grandstand, middle left, [1900]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches with matte.1C188Unidentified class football team, Kentucky State College, [1902]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4 inches in a 5.5 inch by 7 inch border.1C189Kentucky State College football team photo, 1904; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1904b / w, 9 inches by 11.5 inches.1C190Unidentified people watching a football game. Photo appears on page 123 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.75 inches in 5.5 inch by 7 inch border.1C191Ashley Ward (2nd row, 5th from left) and other members of the 1911 football team; photo appears on page 124 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C192Unidentified students playing football at the Senior - Junior class game. Photo appears on page 159 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.75 inches in 5.5 inch by 7 inch border.1C193Unidentified members of the senior class football team. Photo appears on page 160 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]b / w, 3.25 inches by 5.5 inches.1C194Unidentified football players in a game against the University of Louisville, in Lexington. Photo appeared August 30, 1967 in the Kentucky Kernel, [1912]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C195Photo of the football used in the 1912 Tennessee game, which UK won 13-6; from 1902 to 1917, the Kentucky football team did not have a losing season, 1912b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Visual File No. 48.1C196Unidentified members of the 1913 "The Wildcats" football team, State University of Kentucky; photo appears on page 110 in the 1914 Kentuckian, 1913b / w, 8.5 inches by 12 inches.1C197Unidentified members of the 1913 "The Squad" football team, State University of Kentucky; photo appears on page 114 in the 1914 Kentuckian, 1913b / w, 8.5 inches by 12 inches.1C198Unidentified people in and at the football parade, 1913b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.1C199Members of the 1914 State University football team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1914b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1C199aMembers of the 1914 State University football team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo from Eastern Kentucky University Archives. The original photo is owned by Smith Park, captain of this team (duplicate of image 199), 1914b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives; .1C200Football team photo, unidentified freshman members of the 1915 team; photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader; photo appears on page 126 in the 1916 Kentuckian, 1915b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches.1C201Fans watching the State University of Kentucky versus Purdue football game, 1915; State defeated Purdue 7-0; photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1915b / w, 3.5 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 53.1C202William Rodes was a member of the University of Kentucky football team, [1916]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C203UK football team, 1917; photo appears in the 1918 Kentuckian, page 207; pictured in front of Administration Building, 1917b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Visual File No. 57.1C204Football team photo; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, [1922]b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1C205Team photo of the All-Kentucky Team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1928b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.1C206Unidentified football player. Photo appears in the May 11, 1928 Kernel, [1928]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1C207UK football coaching staff, 1931; left to right, Lloyd Ramsey, Frank Moseley, Albert (Ab) Kirwan, Bernie Shively, Gene Myers, and Joe Rupert; photographer: Lafayette Studios, Lexington, 1931b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.1C208Albert D. (Ab) Kirwan as coach of the UK football team, talking with captain Joe Shepherd, with other players, 1939b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.1C209UK football coaching staff, left to right, Frank Moseley, Bernie Shively, and Ab Kirwan, 1939b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.1C210UK football coaching staff, (top row,left to right) Joe Rupert, Gene Myers, (bottom row, left to right) Frank Moseley, Ab Kirwan (head coach), and Bernie Shively (Athletics Director and line coach), 1939; photo appears in the Cincinnati Enquirer with caption reading "Presented above are the men who have prepared the University of Kentucky Wildcats unbeaten and untied in four starts, for the invasion of Xavier Stadium in the homecoming fracas Saturday afternoon" Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1939b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C211Freshman football team, 1940; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photographer: Lafayette Studios, Lexington, 1940b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C212Members of the football team boarding a Delta Airlines plane; head coach Charlie Bradshaw is far right, wearing hat, [1965]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C213Basketball team member Wallace Jones sits in a wheel chair on the sideline, after having an appendectomy, of the UK versus Alabama football game, 1947; photo appears on page 199 in the 1948 Kentuckian, 1947b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.1C214Photo appearing in the November 28, 1949 Cincinnati Enquirer with caption that reads "UK signs for Orange Bowl: University of Kentucky officials formally accepted the Orange Bowl committee's invitation to meet Santa Clara in the annual football classic on January 2, [1950]. Left to right, Dan Mahoney, Orange Bowl president, Coach Bear Bryant, UK Athletic Director Bernie Shively, and Van Kussrow, Chairman of the Orange Bowl schedule committee." Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1949, November 28b / w, 7.5 inches by 8 inches (cropped)1C214aPhoto appearing in the November 28, 1949 Cincinnati Enquirer with caption that reads "UK signs for Orange Bowl: University of Kentucky officials formally accepted the Orange Bowl committee's invitation to meet Santa Clara in the annual football classic on January 2, [1950]. Left to right, Dan Mahoney, Orange Bowl president, Coach Bear Bryant, UK Athletic Director Bernie Shively, and Van Kussrow, Chairman of the Orange Bowl schedule committee." Received from Cincinnati Enquirer, June 13, 1959 (duplicate of image 214), 1949, November 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File Nos. 122, 123.1C214bPhoto appearing in the November 28, 1949 Cincinnati Enquirer with caption that reads "UK signs for Orange Bowl: University of Kentucky officials formally accepted the Orange Bowl committee's invitation to meet Santa Clara in the annual football classic on January 2, [1950]. Left to right, Dan Mahoney, Orange Bowl president, Coach Bear Bryant, UK Athletic Director Bernie Shively, and Van Kussrow, Chairman of the Orange Bowl schedule committee." Received from Cincinnati Enquirer, June 13, 1959 (duplicate of image 214), 1949, November 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C214cPhoto appearing in the November 28, 1949 Cincinnati Enquirer with caption that reads "UK signs for Orange Bowl: University of Kentucky officials formally accepted the Orange Bowl committee's invitation to meet Santa Clara in the annual football classic on January 2, [1950]. Left to right, Dan Mahoney, Orange Bowl president, Coach Bear Bryant, UK Athletic Director Bernie Shively, and Van Kussrow, Chairman of the Orange Bowl schedule committee." Received from Cincinnati Enquirer, June 13, 1959 (duplicate of image 214), 1949, November 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1C214dPhoto appearing in the November 28, 1949 Cincinnati Enquirer with caption that reads "UK signs for Orange Bowl: University of Kentucky officials formally accepted the Orange Bowl committee's invitation to meet Santa Clara in the annual football classic on January 2, [1950]. Left to right, Dan Mahoney, Orange Bowl president, Coach Bear Bryant, UK Athletic Director Bernie Shively, and Van Kussrow, Chairman of the Orange Bowl schedule committee." Received from Cincinnati Enquirer, June 13, 1959 (duplicate of image 214), 1949, November 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D215Football team photo; members of the 1950-51 Sugar Bowl Champions UK football team, 1950b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D216Celebration dinner after UK victory over Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl, New Year's Day, 1951; pictured from right, Charles Grenrod, Ab Kirwan, Betty Kirwan, Governor A. B. Chandler, Athletics Director Bernie Shively, Mrs. Chandler, UK President Herman Donovan; others are unidentified; photographer: Leon Price Picture Service, 1951, January 01b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.1D217Four members of UK football team, (left to right) Larry Jones, Harry Jones, Bill Leskovar, and quarterback Vito "Babe" Parilli, practice for the 1952 Cotton Bowl against Texas Christian; AP photo. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1951, December 31b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)1D218Coach Paul Bryant (seated, center) and football team members celebrate victory over Cincinnati; pictured are Tom Fillian (21), Bobby Fry (71), O. E. Philpot (36), Clark Ratcliffe (30), Frank Fuller (75) and Jack Cassons (85); photographer: Herb Heise, Cincinnati Enquirer. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1952, October 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D219Members of UK football team before game against Cincinnati; pictured are (left to right) Tony Chiccino, Tommy Adkins, Allen Felch, Ralph Paolone, Jack Hanley, and Guy Tracey; AP photo. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1952, October 21b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D219-2Wide shot of Stoll Field during football game against unidentified team; Public Relations photo, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Note: photo is NOT a duplicate of Image 219; because of a numbering error, the "-2" is used to distinguish the photos from one another.1D220Wide shot of Stoll Field during football game against unidentified team. Photo taken at kickoff moment; Public Relations photo, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D221Photo of quarterback Vito "Babe" Parilli holding the new street sign "Avenue of Champions"; the name of the Euclid Avenue portion which ran between Memorial Coliseum and Stoll Field was changed after UK's Cotton Bowl 1952 victory; the change reflected the success of the football and basketball teams in recent years; photo appears in the 1965 Kentuckian, page 44, 1952b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D222Unidentified students carrying the beer barrel trophy, which was won back after UK's victory over Tennessee, score 27-21; photo appears on page 44 in the 1965 Kentuckian, [1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D223Football Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant (center) with Vito Parilli and Doug Moseley, team captains, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Negative of the photo in Mack Hughes File 331 (section "Football, Coaches".1D224Football Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant (center) with Vito Parilli and Doug Moseley, team captains, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Negative of the photo in Mack Hughes File 331 (section "Football, Coaches".1D225Football Coach Blanton Collier gets victory ride after UK defeats Tennessee, 14-13, in his first season as head coach; photo appears on page 190 in the University of Kentucky: A Pictorial History by Carl B. Cone, 1954b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 141.1D226Mrs. Frank Dickey (far left), UK President Frank Dickey (2nd from left) and other unidentified people are watching UK Trustee and former Governor A. B. Chandler kiss the unidentified Homecoming Queen at Stoll Field; photographer: University of Kentucky, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D227Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D228Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; The Kentuckian photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D229Unidentified football players during game against Louisiana State University, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D230UK football team members Clyde Murrell (left), Ivan Curnutte (center, being held), and Tom Donlon. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1957, September 04b / w, 6 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)1D231Several members of 1957 UK football team pictured with Athletics Director Bernie Shively, far right and the beer barrel "trophy" won back by the team against Tennessee; photographer: Public Relations; photo appears in the November 26, 1957 Lexington Leader; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve. Received December 4, 1958 from Public Relations, 1957, November 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D232Several members of 1957 UK football team; kneeling left to right are Harry Johnson, Al Appleby, Bill Harmon, Bill Bloomingdale, and coach John North; standing left to right are Don Sinor, Bill Scott, and Bob Hunt, 1957, October 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D233Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; photographer: University of Kentucky, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D234Three UK players, Art Janes, John Slack, and Jerry Shehan, pose during practice. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1957, October 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D235Unidentified members of the freshman football team during practice, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo damaged; several odd-shaped square pieces cut out of the photo.1D236Fans climb on the goal post after the UK versus Tennessee game; photographer: University of Kentucky, 1958, November 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D237Fans holding part of a goal post after the UK versus Tennessee game, November 22, 1958; Lexington Leader staff photo. Received December 1, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, November 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D238UK football player Bobby Cravens (28) is tackled by Auburn player Jimmie Ricketts as Cravens tries to get over his own teammate Jim Miller (60) during an October 12, 1958 game. Received December 1, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, October 12b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)1D239Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Public Relations photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D240Fans sitting in rain at UK football game, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D241Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D242Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D243Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D244Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; photographer: Bill Diehl, Jr. and Associates. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D245Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D246UK football head coach Charlie Bradshaw (1962-68) talking with an unidentified player; Public Relations photo, [1962-68]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D247Dicky Lyons (24) carrying the ball against Ole Miss, 1967b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D248Unidentified majorette, using flaming batons, during band routine on the football field; game unidentified, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D249Fans watching a football game in 1968; photo appears on page 220 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D250Unidentified UK football players doing pre-game warm-ups. Photo appears on page 218 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D251Fans standing in stadium watching a night football game. Photo appears on page 80 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D252Unidentified UK football player with a bleeding injury on his face, walking off the field; photo appears on page 15 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D253Unidentified UK football players during game against Florida. Photo appears on page 216 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D254Unidentified UK football players during game against Auburn. Photo appears on page 217 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D255Unidentified UK football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 444 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D256Unidentified UK football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 78 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D257Unidentified UK football players during practice. Patterson Office Tower construction in the background. Photo appears on page 123 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D258Unidentified UK football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 279 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D259UK football player David Roller (60) helped off the field during the Auburn game. Photo appears on page 218 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D260Unidentified football player helping another injured player during 1968 game. Photo appears on page 219 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D261Head football coach Charlie Bradshaw (1962-68, at left, wearing hat) and other unidentified individuals. Photo appears on page 219 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D262Unidentified football players during game against Florida. Photo appears on page 215 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D263Unidentified football players during game against Auburn. Photo appears on page 214 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D264Head football coach Charlie Bradshaw (1962-68) with unidentified UK football players. Photo appears on page 213 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D265Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 5 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D266Unidentified Georgia player catching a pass during a game against UK. Photo appears on page 216 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D267Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 215 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D268Unidentified football players during game against Florida. Photo appears on page 215 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D269Unidentified men playing intramural football. Photo appears on page 216 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D270UK football team photo in 1968; photo appears on page 384 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D271Unidentified workers removing show from Stoll Field before game; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D272Dr. Claude Sullivan (right) reading from a paper while Athletics Director Harry Lancaster (center) and Alice Sullivan (left) stand and listen on the field during football game; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D273Six unidentified UK football players posing with a football; Coach Charlie Bradshaw is at far left, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D274Fans watching football at game, Autumn 1969; photo appears in the football program "Wildcat Gridiron News Page", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D275Photo of UK student and fan, Keith Steer, in the stands watching the UK versus Virginia Tech game, November 01, 1971; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, David Perry, photographer, 1971, November 01b / w, 5.25 inches by 8 inches (cropped)1D276UK football players Ken Fuller (left), Darryl Bishop (center) and trainer Roy Don Wilson watch as Jean Ham, Director of Extension Service for Home Economics, demonstrates proper dining techniques; head coach Fran Curci (1973-81) invited the extension service to instruct the UK team in etiquette for dinners, banquets, etc.; Public Relations photo, [1973]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D277UK football players Ken Fuller (left), Darryl Bishop (center) and trainer Roy Don Wilson watch as Jean Ham, Director of Extension Service for Home Economics, demonstrates proper dining techniques; head coach Fran Curci (1973-81) invited the extension service to instruct the UK team in etiquette for dinners, banquets, etc.; Public Relations photo, [1973]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D278UK Head football coach Fran Curci talking as University President Otis Singletary looks on, December 1972; Louisville Courier-Journal photo, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D279Kentucky Governor Julian Carroll with unidentified UK football player in locker room, [1974-79]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D280UK Head football coach Fran Curci (1973-81) talks with several unidentified players in uniform during game, [1977]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 209.1D281Unidentified UK football player talking with unidentified man on sideline during Utah game, 1980, September 06b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo is Photographic Services No. 21392 - Regular Series.1D282Unidentified UK football player during Utah game, 1980, September 06b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photo is Photographic Services No. 21392 - Regular Series.1D283UK Head football coach Jerry Claiborne (1982-89) on sideline during unidentified game, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 224.1D284Athletics Director C. M. Newton (left) introduces Bill Curry as the head coach, 1990b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 252.1D285Athletics trophy case; Public Relations photo, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D286UK Football coaching staff; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 385 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D305Unidentified UK football player in whirlpool talking with unidentified trainer, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.General1D309Fans cheering at UK football game, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D310Fans cheering at UK football game, [1972]b / w, 5 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)1D311Athletics Association Board members; University Information Services photo. From the left: Chuck Ellinger, unidentified man, President Otis Singletary, unidentified man, Coach Roach (African - American) and an unidentified man., 1974b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D306Six unidentified individuals standing for picture on Stoll Field, McLean Stadium, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D307UK Athletics Association meeting in the Administration Building board room. Standing from the left: Mathews, Tim Futrell (Student Government President), Joe L. Massic, Lyman Ginger, Tom Brower, Don Lee (Manager), Rusty Wright, James Pence, J. T. Frankenberger, Nick Pisaceud, Steve Diachum, and Wimberly Royster. Seated from the left: Glenwood Creech, D. Angelucci, Ab Kirwan, Coach Lancaster, and President Otis Singletary., [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D302"K-Men" outing in Paintsville; pictured left to right are Harry Lancaster (future athletics director), Claude Hammond ('41), John Allen (?), Henry Hammond, Robert Hall ('37), future coach Joe B. Hall, Luke Linden ('39), 1966, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D303Two young fans holding "Go Cats" signs in the stands at UK football game; pictured are John Kimbrell (left) and Timmy Barker, both of Lexington; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, David Perry, photographer, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D304Harry Lancaster, former assistant basketball coach and former Athletics Director, pictured standing with three unidentified people, [1978-80]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1D287Milward Elliot (back row, 3rd from right) and eleven unidentified men are all members of the 1898 Field Day team, 1898b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.75 inches, on matte.507375Coaches Eddie Sutton (back, right) and Jeremy Claiburne (back, left) are with the competition winners who brought in the most donations in the United Way Campaign, [1987]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Golf 1D313University of Kentucky 1959-1960 Golf Team: Jack Gallagher (back row, second from right), Larry Heath (back row, third from right), Mort Harkey (back row, third from left), Coach L. L. Martin (back row, far left), Johnny Kirk (front row, far right), Ken Arnold (front row, far left), and (not in order) Gary Lester, Jim Berling, John Codey, Tommy Everett, George Mitchell, and Charles McLaughlin. This photo is first on page 213 in the 1959 "Kentuckian" and on page 48 of the 1959-1960 "K-Book", [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Soccer 1E315Unidentified students playing soccer. Photo appears on page 124 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E316Unidentified members of the 1981 UK Soccer team, 1981b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Swimming 1E317Unidentified members of the men's swim team; photo appears in the 1956-57 K-Book, page 76; Public Relations photo, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E318Four unidentified women in caps and swimsuits, posing by the pool; members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E319Unidentified members of the swim team. Photo appears in 1959 Kentuckian, page 212 and on page 49 of the 1959-60 K-Book, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E320Unidentified members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1959b / w, 6.25 inches by 8 inches (cropped)1E321Members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club, left to right, Arline Dixon, Virginia Kemp, Sonya Lancaster, Betsy Haselden, Sue Rolunsan, 1959, February 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E322Five unidentified members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E323Unidentified women swimming, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.477174The Lady Katfish Freshman Team (Freshman Swim Team). From the left: Jill Abercrombie, Bonnie Franklin, Sandra Boharquez, Kelly Augustus, Bartley Pratt, Laura Carrol, Peggy Sheets, Ginger McNeill, Margaret Sumrall, Mary Jaye Barber, and Jill Bumgarner, 1987, Februaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Tennis 1E324Five members of the UK Tennis team, left to right, Richardson, Cummingham, Ratliff, Smith, and Miller. Photo appears on page 209 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.1E325Members of the UK Tennis team, left to right, Coach Downing, D. Randall, J. O'Brien, W. Donohoe, F. Montgomery, Houston, unidentified, and J. Lucien, [1948]b / w, 5.5 inches by 9 inches.1E326Eight unidentified members of the UK Tennis team. Photo appears on page 46 in the 1959-60 K-Book, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E327Unidentified members of the UK Tennis team. Photo appears on page 388 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Track1E328Twelve unidentified members of the State University Track team, pole vaulting and shot put; print from Nollau glass negatives, [1907]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E329Two unidentified members of the State University Track team, [1910]b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Accessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 1966.1E330Unidentified members of the UK Track team, 1919-20; photo appears on page 126 in the 1920 Kentuckian, 1919b / w, 7 inches by 9.5 inches, on matte.1E331UK Track team photo; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 206 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1940]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.25 inches.1E332UK Freshman Track team photo; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 207 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1940]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.25 inches.1E333Press Whelan, track team member for UK. Photo appears on page 47 in the 1959-60 K-Book, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E334Unidentified members of UK Track team, pictured running on campus, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E335Fans watching unidentified UK Women's Track team member running in meet; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E336Two unidentified UK Men's Track team members and two unidentified opponents crossing finish line at track meet; photo appears on page 389 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E337Bob Brewer, UK Track team member, running during meet; photo appears on page 124 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E338Unidentified member of UK Track team throwing shot put at meet, 1969; photo appears on page 125 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Wildcat Mascot1E339The original, live wildcat mascot of the University of Kentucky, "Fuzzy"; photo appears in the October 03, 1930 Kentucky Kernels accompanying an article about his death; he was mascot for six years; Louis E. Nollau print, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E340UK mascot at baseball game, posing with unidentified umpire, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 220.1E341Karen Sexton and wildcat mascot, 1991b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1D314University of Tennessee Mascot. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader Staff, [1959]8 inches by 10 inches.Awards and Scholarships1E341-2Photo image of a letter of promotion written for Cassius M. Clay and signed by U. S. President Abraham Lincoln, 1862, April 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Note: photo is NOT a duplicate of Image 341; because of a numbering error, the "-2" is used to distinguish the photos from one another.1E342Photo image of a letter of promotion written for Cassius M. Clay and signed by U. S. President Abraham Lincoln, April 15, 1862; this image enlarged to show signature, 1862, April 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E342aPhoto image of a letter of promotion written for Cassius M. Clay and signed by U. S. President Abraham Lincoln, April 15, 1862; this image enlarged to show signature, 1862, April 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E343Three award winners at the 82nd UK commencement; pictured left to right are Charles Whaley and Mary Sue McWhirter, Outstanding Man and Women of the 1949 graduating class, and Vice President Albin W. Barkley, Sullivan Medallion recipient, June 6, 1949. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1949, June 06b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E344Three unidentified female scholarship winners, September 1955; Public Relations photo , 1955, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E345Fourteen high school seniors from around the state awarded various scholarships to the University, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E346Unidentified senior (center) winner of the Delta Sigma Pi (Professional business fraternity) award; to the left is C. C. Carpenter, Dean of Commerce; man to the right is unidentified; photo appears on page 35 in the 1956-57 K-Book, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E347Hughetta Alica Bartlett (seated on arm of couch, far right), Ronald W. McCabe (standing far right), Lloyd R. Cress (3rd from right) and eleven unidentified individuals are all high school scholarship recipients, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E348High school seniors receive full scholarships to UK; pictured are Lloyd R. Cress, Hughetta Alice Bartlett and Ronald McCabe, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E349High school seniors receive full scholarships to UK; pictured are Lloyd R. Cress, Hughetta Alice Bartlett and Ronald McCabe; Louisville Courier-Journal photo, Joe Reister, photographer, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E350David Dick (far right) and an unidentified woman receive Sullivan scholarships and are standing with UK Vice President Leo Chamberlain, November 3, 1956; Public Relations photo, 1956, November 03b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E351Unidentified woman (left) receives the Sullivan Scholarship, pictured with UK Vice President Leo M. Chamberlain, November 3, 1956; Public Relations photo, 1956, November 03b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E352Four UK graduate students receive fellowships; pictured are Joy Neale Query, George Lester (seated), Robert Dowd (standing left) and Raymon Cravens, April 3, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, April 3b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E353Four UK graduate students receive fellowships; pictured are Joy Neale Query, George Lester (seated), Robert Dowd (standing left) and Raymon Cravens, April 3, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, April 3b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E354Robert Berry (standing, 2nd from right) and nine unidentified students are all UK scholarship winners, April 27, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, April 27b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E354aRobert Berry (standing, 2nd from right) and nine unidentified students are all UK scholarship winners, April 27, 1957; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 354), 1957, April 27b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E355Barbara Roberts and Dick Lehman are UK Sullivan Scholarship winners, May 09, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, May 09b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E356Barbara Roberts and Dick Lehman are UK Sullivan Scholarship winners, May 09, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, May 09b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E357Five students honored for being in the top three percent of the 1957 graduating class; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E358Two unidentified students holding a gift awarded for being outstanding seniors, May 25, 1957; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1957, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E359Five students awarded semester scholarship in Dairy Manufacturing, October 10, 1957; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve along with Frank Welch, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Theodore Freeman, professor of dairying; Louisville Courier-Journal photo, 1957, October 10b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E360Two unidentified students (two on left), receiving an award, pictured with unidentified man in center and Dan Terrell, Dean of Engineering; Public Relations photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E361Debate contest winners; top and bottom are unidentified; student in center is Larry Pope; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, May 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E362KAT Award; pictured left to right, Ann Murphy, Greg Rhodaneye, Belinda Clark, and Cynthia Bedell, 1958, May 17b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E363IT and T Electrical Engineering scholarship winners (standing left to right) Robert H. Adams, Normany Y. Cravens and (seated left to right) Donald Ockerman and Emil Perry, 1958, May 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E364IT and T Electrical Engineering scholarship winners (standing left to right) Robert H. Adams, Normany Y. Cravens and (seated left to right) Donald Ockerman and Emil Perry, 1958, May 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E365Group of students receiving unidentified award; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photographer: Babson Bros. Co., 1958, October 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E366UK Speech Contest winners, left to right, Lawson, King, two unidentified individuals, May 23,1958; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, May 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E367UK President Ab Kirwan (left) presenting award to unidentified student; spouse Elizabeth Kirwan is at right, [1968]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 178.1E367aUK President Ab Kirwan (left) presenting award to unidentified student; spouse Elizabeth Kirwan is at right (duplicate of image 367), [1968]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 178.1E368Don Graeter and Rosemary Cox awarded Outstanding Greeks, 1968-69; photo appears on page 376 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E369Photo image of the Presidential Medallion worn by John W. Oswald at his inauguration in April 1964; photographer R. R. Rodney Boyce & Associates, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E369aPhoto image of the Presidential Medallion worn by John W. Oswald at his inauguration in April 1964; photographer R. R. Rodney Boyce & Associates (duplicate of image 369), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E370Groups of Service Award recipients, Student Center Auxiliary Services, 1980; proof sheet with eight separate photos, 1980b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20771, Regular Series.1E371Three awards given at the Institute for Mining and Minerals Research; proof sheet with six separate photos, 1980b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20776, Regular Series.1E372Photo image of the plaque for names of recipients of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Medallion; this plaque is from Hampden-Sydney College, one of several southern colleges and universities (including the University of Kentucky) that award the medallion, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Board of Trustees1E373University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1952, in Administration Building boardroom including Governor Lawrence Weatherby and UK President Herman Donovan both seated at the far left end of the board table; other names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1952, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E373aUniversity of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1952, in Administration Building boardroom; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 373), 1952, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E374Esther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1959, April 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E375Esther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1959, April 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E376Esther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, April 10, 1959, 1959, April 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E376aEsther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, April 10, 1959 (duplicate of image 376), 1959, April 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E376bEsther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, April 10, 1959 (duplicate of image 376), 1959, April 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E377Four new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees including Dr. Thomas Clark far right sworn in by Esther McChesney (right); names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; 1960, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E377aFour new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees including Dr. Thomas Clark far right sworn in by Esther McChesney (right); names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 377), 1960, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E377bFour new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees including Dr. Thomas Clark far right sworn in by Esther McChesney (right); names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 377), 1960, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E377cFour new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees including Dr. Thomas Clark far right sworn in by Esther McChesney (right); names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 377), 1960, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E378Kentucky Governor Bert Combs (seated at table, center, with hands on table) and eleven unidentified members of the Board of Trustees; Received December of 1960 from Public Relations photo, 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E379The first University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting the Patterson Office Tower, December 1969; Kentucky Governor Louie B. Nunn at head of table; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1969, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E380The first University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting the Patterson Office Tower, December 1969; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1969, Decemberb / w, 5.5 inches by 9.5 inches (cropped)1E381The first University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting the Patterson Office Tower, December 1969; Kentucky Governor Louie B. Nunn at head of table (back to camera), UK President Otis Singletary on left of the Governor, former Governor A. B. Chandler is two down from Singletary; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1969, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E382The first University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting the Patterson Office Tower, December 1969; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1969, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E383Pictured from left, Athletics Director Cliff Hagan, University President Otis Singletary, and Stanley Burlew (BOT, 1972-75) talking at a Board meeting, 1974, December 10b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E384Pictured from left, Albert Clay, unidentified, William Sturgill, Richard Cooper, and Lucille Blazer at Board meeting, 1975, January 27b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E384aPictured from left, Albert Clay, unidentified, William Sturgill, Richard Cooper, and Lucille Blazer at Board meeting (duplicate of image 384), 1975, January 27b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E385From left, University of Kentucky Board of Trustees member Ronald Geary, University President Otis Singletary, and former Kentucky Governor Edward Breathitt at Board meeting, 1981, Augustb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E386University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting in Patterson Office Tower, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E387Pictured from left, Kentucky Governor Martha Layne Collins and University of Kentucky Trustee George Grifflin (Trustee Robert T. McCowan is behind them) at a Board meeting, 1985, September 18b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.1E388Pictured from left, Raymond Betts (faculty representative), Donna Greenwall (SGA President) and David Driscoll are sworn in as University of Kentucky Trustees, [1986]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E389Members of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees; pictured standing, second row, 2nd from right is Ted Bates, standing, second row, fifth from right is Julia Tackett; others unidentified, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E390University President Charles T. Wethington, Jr. (left) with former Kentucky Governor A. B. Chandler at Wethington's appointment to the Board of Trustees, [1991]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E391New University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members are sworn in; pictured from left, Kay Shropshire Bell (alumni representative), Marian Moore Sims, Frank C. Shoop, and Scott Crosbie (SGA President), 1991, Augustb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.1E392University President Charles T. Wethington, former Kentucky Governor Ed Breathitt (far left), Vice President Ben Carr (standing, right) and other members of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meet in the Administration Building boardroom, 1993b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.356278Governor A. D. Stanley and his wife, 1916, June 1b / w, 6 inches by 10 inches.356279President Frank McVey, R. C. Stoll, Senator D. H. Peak, Miss Mahler, Governor A. O. Stanley, and John Shain. Governor Stanley is signing an appropriation bill. This image is in the 1918 Kentuckian on page 27, 1953, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.356279APresident Frank McVey, R. C. Stoll, Senator D. H. Peak, Miss Mahler, Governor A. O. Stanley, and John Shain. Governor Stanley is signing an appropriation bill. This image is in the 1918 Kentuckian on page 27, 1953, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo is a duplicate.356280Governor Lawrence Wetherby on the right, 1954, October 5b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo is a Lexington Herald-Leader Photo.356281Dr. Thomas Clark speaks with Governor Bert T. Combs, [1959-1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.356288Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler (1935-39 and 1955-59) congratulates Coach Fran Curci (1973-1981), [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Buildings and GroundsAdministration / Main Building2A393Cadets with two cannons in front of Administration Building; building features a rounded cupola, [1882-97]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A393aCadets with two cannons in front of Administration Building; building features a rounded cupola (duplicate of image 393), [1882-97]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A393bCadets with two cannons in front of Administration Building; building features a rounded cupola (duplicate of image 393), [1882-97]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A394Administration Building, on President's Avenue, in front of White Hall, [1890]b / w, 6.5 inches by 4.5 inches, on cardboard backing.2A395Administration Building, with rounded cupola and hand-titled "Main Building"; photographer: Edgar C. Lovenhart. Received February 17, 1986 by purchase, [1890-97]b / w, 3.75 inches by 4.75 inches on matte.2A396Administration Building, with rounded cupola; smoke stack in foreground, Gillis Building to the right, [1890 - 97]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services, broken glass negative, January 25, 1967.2A397Administration Building, rounded cupola, [1890-97]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.2A398Administration Building, rounded cupola, [1890-97]b / w, 6.25 inches by 8 inches on cardboard matte.2A399Administration Building, rounded cupola, [1890-97]b / w, 6 inches by 7.25 inches on cardboard matte.2A400Administration Building, top of cupola removed in 1897, dating the photo to 1897-1903; received August 18, 1948 from Dr. Funkhouser's office, [1897-1903]b / w, 4.25 inches by 5.75 inches on matteCopy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.2A401Administration Building; sepia tone postcard published by Wrenn and King, Lexington, [1905]b / w, 5.75 inches by 8 inches.2A402Administration Building, [1905]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A403Group of people in front of the Administration Building; man on far left, top of stairs (with white beard) is James K. Patterson (UK President, 1878-1910), man standing next to cadet is Frank L. McVey (UK President, 1917-1940), [1910]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 19662A404Cadets saluting in front of Administration Building; Gillis Building is to the right, [1910]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 19662A405Group of people in front of the Administration Building; man on far left, top of stairs (with white beard) is James K. Patterson (UK President, 1878-1910), man standing next to cadet is Frank L. McVey (UK President, 1917-1940), [1910]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 19662A406Group of people in front of the Administration Building; man on far left, top of stairs (with white beard) is James K. Patterson (UK President, 1878-1910), [1910]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 19662A407Administration Building during winter. Photo appears on page 9 in the 1920 Kentuckian, [1919]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A408Administration Building, [1920]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A409Administration Building, [1950]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.2A410Administration Building, June 1953; flag pole in front circle; Public Relations photo, 1953, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A411Administration Building with trees and cannon on front lawn; photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A412Administration Building, [1956]b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.75 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.2A413Administration Building, [1956]b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.75 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.2A414Administration Building with cars parked in front circle; photo appears in 1957 Kentuckian, page 16; Photographer: Thomasson-Smith, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A415Administration Building; Public Relations photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A416Administration Building, cannon on front lawn, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A417Administration Building with cars parked in front, September 8, 1959; Public Relations photo, 1958, September 08b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A418Administration Building, heavy equipment digging in front of building; Public Relations photo, 1961, April 05b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A419Administration Building; Public Relations photo, 1965, June 02b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A420Side and front entrance of Administration Building, students walking down circle in front; photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce & Associates; photo appears on page 102 in Hail Kentucky, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A421Administration Building, workmen on roof clearing away wind-damaged sections; Public Relation photo, 1971, December 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.527550A drawing of the Administration / Main Building done by C.G. Morehead, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018. Administration / Main Building - Fire477177An exterior view of the Administration Building / Main Building which shows smoke from the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches.477178An unidentified man is helping to clean up the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 477179Unidentified people are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. Smoke can be seen coming from the roof, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 477180Unidentified men are helping during the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 477181President Charles Wethington seated, putting on protective clothing as unidentified men watch. This was after the Administration Building fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 477182President Wethington (center) and unidentified men are proceeding to enter the Administration Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 477183Unidentified fire fighters are bringing large photos out of the Administration Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487184Frank Burch (on Left) and Sue Burch are standing near the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487185An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487186Unidentified people are standing outside, watching the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487187Unidentified people are standing outside, watching the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487188A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487189A close up of a window in the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487190An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. A fire truck is in front and there is quite a bit of smoke, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487191An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. A fire truck is in front, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487192A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487193A fire truck and unidentified fire fighters are outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487194A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487195Unidentified fire fighters are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There is smoking debris on the ground in front of the fire fighters, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487196An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487197Fire trucks and unidentified fire fighters are outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. One fire fighter is spraying water onto the roof of the building from the top of a ladder that is towering over the building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487198President Wethington (center, blue coveralls and a white hat), Harold Tree Sandford (far right) and two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487199Unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487200An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487201Unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487202Three unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487203The entrance of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487204An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487205President Wethington (right, blue coveralls and a white hat) and three unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. Wethington is talking to a fire fighter, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487206Frank Burch is outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire is extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487207Frank Burch is outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire is extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487208An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487209An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487210An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487211An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There is an unidentified fire fighter in front of the building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487212An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There is an unidentified fire fighter in front of the building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487213Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487214Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487215An unidentified, male, African American fire fighter is seated on the ground and eating after helping to extinguish the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487216An unidentified man is standing outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487217Unidentified fire fighters are standing outside the Administration / Main Building after putting out the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487218An unidentified fire fighter is accessing the damage that the fire did to the Administration / Main Building. There is a pile of debris in front of the door to the building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487219Two unidentified fire fighters are helping to extinguish the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487220An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There are two unidentified fire fighters on the steps, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487221Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487222An unidentified men is standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487223Unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487224A pile of smoking debris on the ground outside of the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487225An unidentified fire fighter is carrying a hose away from the Administration / Main Building after putting out the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487226Former President Otis Singletary is looking at the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487227President Emeritus Otis Singletary (right) and Frank Burch are outside the Administration / Main Building fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487228Left to right: Terry Birdwhistell, President Charles Wethington, unidentified female, Marian Sims, and Frank Burch stand outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487229Unidentified men are walking into the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487230An unidentified man is standing outside of the Administration / Main Building, while unidentified fire fighters are putting out the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487231President Charles Wethington (right) is talking with President Emeritus Otis Singletary (center) and Terry Birdwhistell after the Administration / Main Building fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487232Two unidentified men are moving the painted portraits of the former presidents of the University of Kentucky, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487233An unidentified man is seated outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487234Two unidentified fire fighters are walking outside of the Administration / Main building after putting out the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487235Frank Burch and others are gathered on the lawn of the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487236Two fire trucks are outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487237Unidentified fire fighters are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building putting out the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487238Former President Otis Singletary (right) is talking with President Wethington outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487239President Wethington is standing outside the Administration / Main Building during the fire with other unidentified people. He is talking on a cell phone, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487240An unidentified man is holding the painted portrait of former President Otis Singletary, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487241An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487242Two unidentified fire fighters are spraying water on the Administration / Main Building to extinguish the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487243Two unidentified fire fighters are watching water being sprayed on the Administration / Main Building to extinguish the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487244An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487245A close up of a window in the Administration / Main Building broken out during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487246An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487247President Wethington (second from left) and other unidentified men are standing outside near the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487248An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487249A pile of smoking debris is outside an entrance to the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487250A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches 487251An unidentified man is carrying materials out of the Administration Building after the fire was put out, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 12A422Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko; NOTE: Images 422-426 are missing; they did not develop or do not pertain to the University of Kentucky.2A423Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko; NOTE: Images 422-426 are missing; they did not develop or do not pertain to the University of Kentucky.2A424Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko; NOTE: Images 422-426 are missing; they did not develop or do not pertain to the University of Kentucky.2A425Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko; NOTE: Images 422-426 are missing; they did not develop or do not pertain to the University of Kentucky.2A426Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko; NOTE: Images 422-426 are missing; they did not develop or do not pertain to the University of Kentucky.2A427Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement and boxes of records sent to Munters Corp. in Chicago, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A428Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; legal department office in basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A429Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement hallway, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A430Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Board of Trustees storage area adjacent to boardroom, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A431Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; lobby and hallway on first floor, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A432Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Munters Corp. employee loads boxes of records to be preserved, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A433Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office and storage room off reception area, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A434Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A435Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Bob Vanchure (blue hat), Munter's Corp. Disaster representative, Tom Rosko (yellow hat) and Matt Harris (white hat), University Archives and Records Program, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A436Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; legal office, basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A437Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A438Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A439Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A440Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A441Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, Affirmative Action office, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A442Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A443Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; legal office, basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A444Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Senate Council, Cindi Todd's office, basement, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A445Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A446Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Bob Vanchure, Munter's Corp. Disaster representative and Paul Van Booven, Deputy General Counsel, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A447Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; exterior at President' office window; President Charles Wethington seen through window, though image is obscured, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 22A448Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; ceiling, unknown area, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A449Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Vice Chancellor's reception area, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A450Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print missing, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A451Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print missing, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A452Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Room 110 Fiscal Affairs, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A453Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Boardroom on first floor, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A454Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office reception area, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A455Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; File room, President's office, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A456Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; ceiling of first floor, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A457Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Vice Chancellor's office, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A458Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Vice Chancellor's office, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A459Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; first floor hallway, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A460Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office; Terry Birdwhistell, University Archives (blue helmet) and Peggy Way, President's Administrative Aide, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A461Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office reception area, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A462Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Lobby and hallway of first floor, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A463Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A464Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Terry Birdwhistell, University Archives, in front of building, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A465Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; left to right, Whitney Baker, Conservator, Tom Rosko, UARP, Peggy Way, President's Administrative Aide, Dall Clark (blue shirt, no helmet), Procurement and Construction, and Fred Wells, building operator/supervisor (in suspenders talking with Peggy), 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A466Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; left to right, Tom Rosko, University Records Manager, Peggy Way, President's Administrative Aide, Dall Clark, Procurement and Construction, Terry Birdwhistell, University Archivist, and Bill Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives, 2001, May 16color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A467Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; two unidentified men unloading preserved records into the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A468Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A469Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A470Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A471Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A472Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; unidentified man unloads records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A473Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; unidentified man unloads records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.2A474Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, Julycolor, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.Administration / Main Building - Fire - Teper, Tom2A475Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A476Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A477Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A478Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A479Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A480Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A481Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A482Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A483Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A484Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A485Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A486Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A487Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A488Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A489Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A490Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A491Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A492Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A493Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A494Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A495Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A496Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A497Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A498Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A499Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A500Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.2A501Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; photos 475-501 are different views of the building as firefighters work to contain the blaze and the damage; photographer: Steve Stahlman, 2001, May 15color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.Administration / Main Building - Interior2A502Administration Building interior; weather bureau. Received October 20, 1948 from R. T. Bryant, [1910]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches on cardboard matte.2A503Administration Building interior; view of Chapel, [1915]blue paper copy of original print, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.2A503aAdministration Building interior; view of Chapel (duplicate of image 503), [1915]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.2A504Administration Building interior; water leak in Chapel on platform, [1917]b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteFrom Frank L. McVey's files, January 19532A504aAdministration Building interior; water leak in Chapel on platform (duplicate of image 504), [1917]b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteFrom Frank L. McVey's files, January 19532A505Administration Building interior; water leak in Chapel on platform, [1917]b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteFrom Frank L. McVey's files, January 19532A506Administration Building interior; first floor hall and lobby area, workmen doing renovation work, [1949]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Administration / Main Building - Reopening497286Terry Mobley (head of Development) is speaking from the balcony of the renovated Main Building after the fire, at the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497287President Lee Todd is speaking from the balcony of the renovated Main Building after the fire, at the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497288Fred Wells (right), Physical Plant, and Dr. Thomas Clark (left) are seated and listening during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497289Paula Pope (right, wearing black), Central Development; Loretta Clark (second from right), spouse of Dr. Clark; Fred Wells (seated, right), Physical Plant; Dr. Thomas Clark (seated, left), State Historian; and other unidentified people are listening during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497290David Doss (left) with Messer Construction Company is next to the Time Capsule / Cornerstone dedication at the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497291President Lee Todd (left) is talking to David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497292President Lee Todd (left) and David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, are unveiling the time capsule / cornerstone during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497293President Lee Todd (left) is talking with David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, during the unveiling of the time capsule / cornerstone during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497294President Lee Todd (left) is talking with David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, during the unveiling of the time capsule / cornerstone during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497295President Lee Todd (left) is talking with David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, before the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497296President Lee Todd (left) is talking with David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, before the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497297President Lee Todd (left) and David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, are in the President's Conference room in the Main Building. They are both standing in front of the painted portrait of President James K. Patterson, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497298President Lee Todd (left) and David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, are in the President's Conference room in the Main Building. They are both standing in front of the painted portrait of President James K. Patterson, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497299Paula Pope (third from left) and other unidentified people are listening during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497300An unidentified woman is talking with Patsy Todd (right) during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497301Patsy Todd (right) and unidentified men and women are conversing at the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497302President Lee Todd after the cornerstone dedication for the newly opened Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497303President Lee Todd is seated at President Patterson's table signing some papers. He is in a conference room located in the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497304President Lee Todd is seated at President Patterson's table signing some papers. He is in a conference room located in the Main Building, 2004, October 25color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497305Patsy Todd is in the Main Building for its reopening, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497306From the left: President Lee Todd, Patsy Todd, Betty Dickey, and former President Frank Dickey. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497307Patsy Todd (left) and Jeannine Blackwell are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497308President Lee Todd (left) is talking with Diane Stuckert (center) and James W. Stuckert (right) at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497309President Lee Todd (left) and Warren Rosenthal are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497310From the left: Mariam Sims, Alice Sparks, President Lee Todd, Patsy Todd, and Marianne Smith Edge. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497311Kathryn Todd (center), the daughter of President Lee Todd and Patsy Todd, is with two unidentified men. The man on the right is her escort, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497312From the left: Kathryn Todd's unidentified escort; Kathryn Todd, daughter of Patsy and Lee Todd; Troy Todd, son of Patsy and Lee Todd; and Alicia DeGroot, Troy's escort. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497313Eeva Hoch (left); Sharon Turner (center), Dean of Dentistry; and an unidentified man are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.497314Myra Tobin (right), B.O.T., and Myra's sister (left) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507315President Lee Todd (left), Patsy Todd (right), and an unidentified man and woman are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507316President Lee Todd (second from right), Patsy Todd (right), an unidentified man, and John Yopp(left) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507317Winn Stephens (Alumni Affairs) and his wife Nancy Stephens (Dean of Students Office) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507318From the left: Everett McCorvey (School of Music), Wendy Baldwin (executive Vice President for Research), and Del Lutrell. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507319From the left: Kay Hoffman (Dean of Social Work), Dale Albers (spouse of Kay), Kenneth Roberts (Dean of Pharmacy), and Kittye Rice Roberts (spouse of Kenneth.) They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507320Billy B. Wilcoxson, a Board of Trustees member, and Mary Catherine Wilcoxson (spouse) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507321From the left: Pam Moore (spouse of Roy Moore), Roy Moore, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507322From the left: President Lee Todd, former President Dickey, and Dr. Thomas Clark. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507323From the left: Don Ball, Mira Ball (Board of Trustees), and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507324From the left: Loretta Clark, Everett McCorvey, and Dr. Thomas Clark. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507325Dr. Thomas Clark and Board of Trustees member Alice Sparks are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507326Dr. Thomas Clark and Board of Trustees member Alice Sparks are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507327Dr. Thomas Clark and Marianne Smith Edge are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507328Dr. Thomas Clark and Billy Joe Miles (Chairman of the Board of Trustees) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507329From the left: Carole Boyd (wife of Doug A. Boyd), Doug A. Boyd (Chief of Staff), and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507330From the left: Wendy Baldwin (Executive Vice President for Research), Patsy Todd, and Barbara Jones (UK Chief Legal Counsel). They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507331From the left: Warren Rosenthal, Betty Rosenthal, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507332President Lee Todd and Allan Vestal (Dean of Law) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507333From the left: John C. Schenkenfelder, Karen Schenkenfelder, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507334From the left: Jim Stuckert, Diane Stuckert, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507335From the left: Tom Harris, Kay Harris, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507336Board of Trustees member Stephen P. Branscum and President Lee Todd are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507337President Lee Todd and Mike Richey are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507338From the left: Susan Richey, Mike Richey, and Patsy Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507339From the left: Patsy Todd, David Johnson, Sally Johnson, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507340From the left: Patsy Todd, Thomas Robinson, and Helen Robinson. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507341Becky Mobley, spouse and UK alumna and Terry Mobley are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507342Rachel Watts, student government president, and an unidentified man are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507343From the left, standing: Barbara Smith Young (Board of Trustees), Russ Williams (Board of Trustees staff representative), Rachel Watts (student representative), Billy Joe Miles (Board of Trustees Chair), Joetta Wickliffe (Board of Trustees ), and Alice Sparks (Board of Trustees.) From the left, sitting: Billy B. Wilcoxson (Board of Trustees) and Myra Tobin (Board of Trustees). They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507344Marianne Smith Edge (Board of Trustees) and Stephen P. Branscum (Board of Trustees) are standing on the balcony of the Main Building during a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507345Former UK President Frank Dickey and Betty Dickey are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.507346Mitch Barnhart (Athletics Director) and his wife, Connie Barnhart are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507347Betty Rosenthal and Eloise Sturgill are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507348William B. Sturgill and Joetta Wickliffe (Board of Trustees) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507349Mike Nietzel (Provost of UK) and Sandra D'Angelo (spouse) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building. Fred Pope is in the background, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507350NaLini Sudharshan and Deranathan Sudharshan are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507351Carolyn Williams (Dean of Nursing) and Paula Pope (Central Development) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507352From the left: David Mohney (Dean of the College of Design), Joan Chan, and Barbara Jones, Chief Counsel. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507353Mira Ball (Board of Trustees member) and Don Ball (former Kentucky Legislator) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507354Patsy Todd is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507355Patsy Todd is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507356Patsy Todd is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507357Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507358Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507359Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507360Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507361A UK student actor is portraying First President James K. Patterson of UK. He is in President Todd's office. It is part of a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507362A UK student is telling the history of UK. Jeannine Blackwell (Dean of the Graduate School) is on the far left. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.507363A UK student is discussing UK history as a part of a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006. Relations on February 2, 2005.Agriculture Buildings2A508Several agriculture buildings, [1932]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2A510Seven unidentified men sitting around table reviewing blueprints and building plans marked "Greenhouses"; Public Relations photo, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Agricultural Dairy Center2E807Dairy Center. Received on August 21, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E808Dairy Center, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E809Dairy Center Fire. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E810Dairy Center Fire. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Agricultural Engineering Building2A507Agricultural Engineering Building, exterior, [1952]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.2A509Agricultural Engineering Building; marked property of Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, [1942]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Agricultural Experiment Station2B511Agricultural Experiment Station, now Scovell Hall, [1940]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.2B512Agricultural Experiment Station, now Scovell Hall, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 115.2B513Agricultural Experiment Station, now Scovell Hall, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Agricultural Science Building2B515Kentucky Governor Bert Combs (in white trench coat) and unidentified people at the groundbreaking of the Agricultural Science Center (Ag. Science North), [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B516Left to right : Frank Welch, Dean of the College of Agriculture and Kentucky Governor Bert Combs (in white trench coat), shoveling while unidentified people watch at the groundbreaking of the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Public Relations photo, 1961, Februaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 160.2B517UK officials look over plans for the new Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) while on site, surrounded by heavy excavation equipment; pictured left to right are David Pritchett, Stanley Wall, University President Frank Dickey, and Robert Matthews; Public Relations photo, 1962, July 18b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B518Construction on the foundation of the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Public Relation photo, 1962, November 12b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B519Construction on framing of the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1962b / w, 2.75 inches by 10 inches (cropped)2B520Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo, 1963, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B520aAgricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 520), 1963, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 163.2B521Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1963, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B522Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo, 1963, September 04b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B522aAgricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 522), 1963, September 04b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B523Pictured at the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) dedication, left to right, are David Pritchett, Kentucky Governor Bert Combs, and William Seay, Dean of the College of Agriculture, 1963b / w, 5 inches by 7.5 inches (cropped)2B524Auditorium in the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B524aAuditorium in the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) (duplicate of image 524), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B525Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), corner angle exterior shot, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B526Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Photographic Services, John Mitchell, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B527Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), view from inside looking out window, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B528Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B528aAgricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 528), [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B528bAgricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 528), [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B528cAgricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 528), [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B529Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B529aAgricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 529), [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Alumni Gymnasium2B531Alumni Gymnasium, exterior, [1937]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.Anderson (F. Paul) Hall2B532Architectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1963]b / w, 7.5 inches by 8.5 inches.2B533Architectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B533aArchitectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects (duplicate of image 533), [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B533bArchitectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects (duplicate of image 533), [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B534Workers getting a section of foundation ready for pouring concrete for Anderson Hall; Public Relations photo, 1965, January 11b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2B535Workers getting a section of foundation ready for pouring concrete for Anderson Hall; Public Relations photo, 1965, January 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B536View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B537View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B538View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services Regular Series No. 11029.2B539View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B540F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, [1971]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2B541F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering; Public Relations photo, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B542F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering; photographer: Kalman Papp, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B543F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, with amphitheater from behind Memorial Hall; photographer: Kalman Papp, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B544F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B545F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B545aF. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering (duplicate of image 545), [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Barker Hall2B530Cornerstone for Men's Gymnasium located in Barker Hall, 1901, May 16b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches on cardboard backing.2B546View of the Mess Hall inside Barker Hall, later used as a women's gym, [1908]b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteDuplicate is located in General Print File - Buildings and Grounds - Cafeterias and Other Eating Places, Image 5642B547Barker Hall during winter; photo appears in 1920 Kentuckian, page 13; photographer: White Studio, 1920b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B548Barker Hall and Buell Armory, [1940]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.2B549Flag pole in front of Barker Hall, [1948]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.2B550Flag pole in front of Barker Hall, [1948]b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.75 inches. Receive from 1999UA062, Jeff Sheppard, August 19, 1999.2B551Barker Hall from a distance; photographer: Thomasson-Smith, 1957, August 17b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B552Barker Hall; Public Relations photo, 1959, September 08b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.436911A sign outside of Barker Hall that shows the initials KSC (Kentucky State College), undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.Bookstore537568Avis Lay (left) and Amy Figg look at stuffed animals in the bookstore, 1986, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is from photographic services contact sheet 27583.Botanical Gardens2B553Prep and grade work for Botanical Gardens, presently located behind Patterson Office Tower, [1919]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copied from Nollau Print File.2B554Prep and grade work for Botanical Gardens, presently located behind Patterson Office Tower, [1919]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copied from Nollau Print File (nitrate negative #1606).2B555Botanical Gardens behind Barker Hall; photographer: Thomas D. Boyd, Starman Studio, [1920]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copied from Nollau F-Series original, Box 6, Folder 179, Image 179-2.2B556Unidentified campus workers maintaining the Botanical Gardens; Public Relations photo, 1957, August 17b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Cafeterias and Other Eating Places2B564View of the Mess Hall inside Barker Hall, later used as a women's gym, [1908]b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteDuplicate is located in General Print File - Buildings and Grounds - Barker Hall, Image 546; image from Frank L. McVey's files, January 19532B565Cafeteria in the Student Union Building; photographer: John B. Kuiper, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B566Students eating and socializing the Student Union cafeteria; man on extreme left looking at camera is Bill Brooks, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B567Students in line paying for food the Student Union cafeteria, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B568Students in line paying for food the Student Union cafeteria, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B569Students in the Student Union Grill, basement of Student Union; "Sammy Corham?" written on back of photo, probably referring to the man standing; photo appears in the 1956-57 K-Book, page 57, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B570Until the mid-1960's, the Student Union Grill, shown here in 1955, was the campus gathering place; the grill was located in the basement of the Student Union, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 142.2B571Students in line paying for food the Student Union cafeteria; photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B572Students eating and socializing the Student Union Grill, in the basement of the Student Union; photo appears in the 1957-58 K-Book, page 58; Public Relations photo, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B573Students getting food in the Donovan Hall Cafeteria; Public Relations photo, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B574Students getting food in the Donovan Hall Cafeteria; Public Relations photo, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B575Students getting food in the Donovan Hall Cafeteria; Public Relations photo, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B576Dr. Hull (?, left) shows a machine to Marie Fortenberry (center) and an unidentified woman; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, September 04b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B577Two unidentified women serving and taking a plate of food in a practice house, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B578New UK Grill, located in the old football locker room near Donovan and Haggin Halls; pictured left to right are George R. Kavanaugh, associate business manager, Marie Fortenberry, Director of Food Services, and Lawrence Roberts, manager of the new grill; Public Relations photo, 1960, September 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B578aNew UK Grill, located in the old football locker room near Donovan and Haggin Halls; pictured left to right are George R. Kavanaugh, associate business manager, Marie Fortenberry, Director of Food Services, and Lawrence Roberts, manager of the new grill; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 578), 1960, September 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B579University President and Mrs. Frank G. Dickey, left, Marie Fortenberry, Director of Food Services, center, and Dean of Men and Mrs. Leslie L. Martin, right, having breakfast at the opening of UK's fourth student grill; Public Relations photo, 1961, September 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B580K-Lair Grill, former cafeteria in Student Union basement; front table, left to right, unidentified, Bob Deitz, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B581Students in former K-Lair Grill eating and socializing, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B582Three unidentified students eating lunch, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B583New parking lot near the "Wildcat Grill" and Memorial Coliseum, December 1963, 1963, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B584The Student Center "Wildcat Grill" in 1986 continues to be a gathering place between classes; photographer: W. J. Wells, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 234.2B585Bartender pouring drinks at "Two Keys" bar and grill on the corner of Limestone and Pine Streets, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2B586Crowd of students at "Two Keys" bar and grill, socializing and drinking, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Camp Robinson2C586-2Camp Robinson; Candy Johnson, daughter of staff member Bernard Johnson, is serving as storekeeper at Camp Robinson; here she serves a group of Eastern Kentucky teachers, from left, Betty Combs, Maude Combs, Ruth Smith, and Jackie Begley, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C587Camp Robinson; interest group, from left, Bobbie Johnson, Morell Compton, and Omeda Salyers, arranges and art gallery, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C588Camp Robinson; Camp Robinson; interest group, Bobbie Johnson (back row, far left), Morell Compton (back row, center), and Omeda Salyers (back row, second from right), arranges and art gallery, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Note: photo is NOT a duplicate of Image 587; because of a numbering error, the "-2" is used to distinguish the photos from one another.2C589Camp Robinson; Unidentified people seated in building at Camp Robinson, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C590Camp Robinson; Roger Barbour, left, assistant professor of zoology at UK, briefs a group of staff members and students before a field trip into the surrounding Robinson Forest territory; from left (facing camera), R. D. Johnson, UK College of Adult and Extension Education, Francis Bush, graduate student, C. Dana Combs, student, and Jean Marie McConnell, staff member, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C591Camp Robinson; Earl Kauffman, associate professor of physical education at UK, teaches his "Camping in Education" class outdoors; from left, G. V. Turner, Elda Gullett, Betty Grigsby, Virginia Hall, and Dana Combs, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C592Camp Robinson; Earl Kauffman, associate professor of physical education at UK, teaches his "Camping in Education" class outdoors; photo appears in Kentucky Kernel, issue unidentified, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C593Camp Robinson; Earl Kauffman, associate professor of physical education at UK, teaches his "Camping in Education" class outdoors; photo appears in Kentucky Kernel, issue unidentified, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C594Camp Robinson; Roger Barbour, left, assistant professor of zoology at UK, showing something to group of people, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C594aCamp Robinson; Roger Barbour, left, assistant professor of zoology at UK, showing something to group of people (duplicate of image 594), [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C595Camp Robinson; unidentified woman holds a snake, with group of other unidentified campers, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C596Camp Robinson; Earl Kauffman, associate professor of physical education at UK, walks around camp, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C597Camp Robinson; Omeda Salyers (second from left) and three unidentified women are creating a centerpiece on a table, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C598Camp Robinson; unidentified campers standing in circles practicing dancing, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C599Camp Robinson; unidentified campers standing in circles practicing dancing, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C600Camp Robinson; Roger Barbour, right, assistant professor of zoology at UK, cuts unidentified man's hair, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.245488Dr. Earl Kaufman and campers at the University's Summer school in the forest for teachers; Robinson Experiment Station Substation Camp (Agricultural Extension), [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Carnahan House Conference Center2C601Organ console, possibly at Carnahan House, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C602Board of Directors and Officers meeting at Carnahan House; clockwise from left, Hillenmeyer, Maupin (Treasurer), Ecton, Shewer (?), Scherago (Vice President), Peterson (President), Angelucci, Palec (?), Guiger, Wild (Secretary), Helen King, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C603Mr. and Mrs. Lesshaft (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Doughty (right) in the boardroom at Carnahan House; Public Relations photo, 1957, December 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C604Children of Carnahan House members posing near swimming pool; first two swimmers seated are the Ades twins; Frank J. Ogden is on the back, far right, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C605Children of Carnahan House members receive swimming instruction in the house pool; Frank J. Ogden, resident manager, in pool at right; two girls seated, third and fourth from right, are the Ades twins, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C605aChildren of Carnahan House members receive swimming instruction in the house pool; Frank J. Ogden, resident manager, in pool at right; two girls seated, third and fourth from right, are the Ades twins (duplicate of image 605), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C605bChildren of Carnahan House members receive swimming instruction in the house pool; Frank J. Ogden, resident manager, in pool at right; two girls seated, third and fourth from right, are the Ades twins (duplicate of image 605), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C606Children of Carnahan House members receive swimming instruction in the house pool; Frank J. Ogden, resident manager, in pool at right; two girls seated, third and fourth from right, are the Ades twins, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C607Members of Carnahan House Board, 1960-61, are pictured at the September meeting; left to right are William H. McCubbin, Clay Maupin, Vincent E. Nelson, Helen King, R. W. Wild, Frank J. Ogden, Frank D. Peterson, Morris Scherago, W. Lloyd Mahan, J. Ed Parker, Jr., Penrose Ecton, and Richard Allison; Robert Hillenmeyer was not present, 1960, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C608Members of Carnahan House Board, 1960-61, are pictured at the September meeting; left to right are William H. McCubbin, Clay Maupin, Vincent E. Nelson, Helen King, R. W. Wild, Frank J. Ogden, Frank D. Peterson, Morris Scherago, W. Lloyd Mahan, J. Ed Parker, Jr., Penrose Ecton, and Richard Allison; Robert Hillenmeyer was not present, 1960, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C609Carnahan House exterior; photographer: Michael Koenig, 1974b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C610Carnahan House exterior; photographer: Michael Koenig, 1974b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C611Gated entryway to the Carnahan House, 1974b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C612Carnahan House exterior, 1974b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C613Carnahan House exterior with two unidentified individuals and dalmation on front steps; photographer: Michael Koenig, 1974b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C614Proof sheet, 26 images, of various rooms inside the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C615Close-up picture of books on a shelf in the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C615aClose-up picture of books on a shelf in the Carnahan House (duplicate of image 615), [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C616Unidentified man sitting at desk, talking on the phone at the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C617Curio cabinet with various knickknacks on display in the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C617aCurio cabinet with various knickknacks on display in the Carnahan House (duplicate of image 617), [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C618Proof sheet, 14 images, of various rooms and the grounds around the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services - Regular Series No. 21566.2C619Unidentified woman making a bed in the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C619aUnidentified woman making a bed in the Carnahan House (duplicate of image 619), [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C620Proof sheet, 26 images, of various shot inside and around the Carnahan House, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services - Regular Series No. 21577.2C621Unidentified woman preparing food in the Carnahan House kitchen, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C621aUnidentified woman preparing food in the Carnahan House kitchen (duplicate of image 621), [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C622Group of people outside at the dedication ceremony of the Carnahan House, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C623Group of people outside at the dedication ceremony of the Carnahan House, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C624University President Frank Dickey (far left), J. W. Carnahan (seated back row, third from right) and three unidentified men, are on the stage listening to another unidentified man speak at the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C625Group of people outside listening to a speaker at the dedication ceremony of the Carnahan House, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C626James W. Carnahan (left) greeting University President Frank Dickey and his spouse Betty at the reception for the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C627University President Frank G. Dickey with Janes W. Carnahan, Chicago textbook publisher and Carnahan House benefactor, at the dedication of the UK Alumni-Staff Center Carnahan House on Coldstream Farm, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C628Unidentified groups socializing at the reception of the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C629James W. Carnahan (seated, left) talking with three unidentified men at the reception for the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C630James W. Carnahan (seated, left) shaking hands with unidentified man as unidentified woman looks on, at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C631James W. Carnahan (right) talking with unidentified man at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C632James W. Carnahan (seated, left) shaking hands with Mrs. Elmer Gilb at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C633James W. Carnahan (seated, left) shaking hands with people at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C634Frank D. Peterson (standing, left) two unidentified men (standing, center and right) and James W. Carnahan (seated) pose for a picture at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C635Three unidentified people look at a portrait of James W. Carnahan at the reception for the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Carnegie Library2C636The Carnegie Library was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, [1908]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 39.2C638The Carnegie Library was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, [1909]b / w, 2 inches by 3.25 inches.2C639The Carnegie Library was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, [1909]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2C640The Carnegie Library was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, This print appears on page 10 in the 1920 yearbook "Kentuckian", [1920]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Print is outlined in white paint substance.2C641The Carnegie Library was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, This print appears on page 10 in the 1920 yearbook "Kentuckian", [1930]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 37.2C641aThe Carnegie Library was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, This print appears on page 10 in the 1920 yearbook "Kentuckian" (duplicate of image 641), [1930]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Duplicate of Visual File No. 37.2C642The Carnegie Library which was named for its benefactor, Andrew Carnegie and was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, This print appears on page 17 in the 1925 yearbook "Kentuckian", [1925]color, 7 inches by 10 inches. Right top corner torn with archival mending tape.2C643The Carnegie Library which was named for its benefactor, Andrew Carnegie and was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, [1940]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.2C644The Carnegie Library which was named for its benefactor, Andrew Carnegie and was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building. This print was taken in January 1949. It appears on page 42 in the book "Hail Kentucky", Photographer: John Kuiper, 1949, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Center for Academic and Tutorial Services2C643-2Two unidentified students are sitting and reading in the center for Academic and Tutorial Services (CATS center) building. The center for Academic and Tutorial Services is a center for student athletes to study and receive tutorial services, 1990, Octoberb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.2C644-2An architectural drawing of the front of the Robotics Center. Which conducts research and outreach programs in Robotics and Manufacturing Engineering, [1986]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.2C644-2aAn architectural drawing of the front of the Robotics Center. Which conducts research and outreach programs in Robotics and Manufacturing Engineering (duplicate of image 644-2), [1986]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.2C645Construction of the Center of Robotics and Manufacturing Systems, [1988]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 248.2C646The front of the Robotic Center, which conducts research and outreach programs in robotics and manufacturing engineering. Memorial Hall reflects in the glass, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2C646aThe front of the Robotic Center, which conducts research and outreach programs in robotics and manufacturing engineering. Memorial Hall reflects in the glass (duplicate of image 646), [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2C647At the dedication of the Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Systems; from left: Robert McCowan, Board of Trustees member; Art Gallaher, Chancellor of the Lexington Campus; unidentified man; Governor Martha Layne Collins; Congressman Carroll Hubbard; President David Roselle; and unidentified man, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Chemistry and Physics Building2C648Unidentified people playing on the tennis courts which are located on the corner of Rose Street and Clifton. The current site of the Chemistry and Physics Building, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C649An unidentified man walking between rows of evergreens by former tennis courts, which is the current site of the Chemistry and Physics Building, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C650An architectural drawing of the East, North, and South sides of the Chemistry and Physics building. Drawing by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C651"Clearing the way for science-the vacant space is where the new 5.2 million dollar chemistry-physics building will stand at the University of Kentucky. The site is where the Rose Street tennis courts used to be located. At the right is the UK president's residence, at the left is the present physics building, Pence Hall." Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1960, November 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C652From Public Relations news release on April 13, 1961: "Of Buds and Buildings-This telephoto view of the University of Kentucky campus carries across the basement of the 5.6 million dollar Chemistry-Physics Building now under construction (foreground), past Bowman Hall (right), men's residence hall, and the eight-story Medical Center in the background. Foundation work on the Chemistry-Physics Building is nearing completion.", 1961, April 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C652aFrom Public Relations news release on April 13, 1961: "Of Buds and Buildings-This telephoto view of the University of Kentucky campus carries across the basement of the 5.6 million dollar Chemistry-Physics Building now under construction (foreground), past Bowman Hall (right), men's residence hall, and the eight-story Medical Center in the background. Foundation work on the Chemistry-Physics Building is nearing completion." (duplicate of image 652), 1961, April 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C652bFrom Public Relations news release on April 13, 1961: "Of Buds and Buildings-This telephoto view of the University of Kentucky campus carries across the basement of the 5.6 million dollar Chemistry-Physics Building now under construction (foreground), past Bowman Hall (right), men's residence hall, and the eight-story Medical Center in the background. Foundation work on the Chemistry-Physics Building is nearing completion." (duplicate of image 652), 1961, April 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C653Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1961, August 8b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.2C654Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1961, August 8b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.2C655"Going Up-A building to house the departments of chemistry and physics at the University of Kentucky is rising alone Rose Street, on the site of the old UK tennis courts. The six million dollar building originally was scheduled for completion in the fall of 1962, but work is running about two months behind schedule, a UK official said. The structure will be three stories above ground and the basement will be utilized." Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1961, August 8 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C656Construction of the physics "silo" that holds the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator, 1961, August 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C657Construction of the physics "silo" that holds the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator. , 1961, August 7b / w, 8 inches by 8 inches.2C658Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 5.5 inches by 5 inches.2C659Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962, July 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C660Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962, February 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C661Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962, February 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C661-2Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.2C662Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C663Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C664Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C665Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C666Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building; five 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches proofs cut from a larger sheet of images, 1962b / w, 2.5 inches by 2.5 inches.2C667A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C667aA photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building (duplicate of image 667), 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C668A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building , 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2C669A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building , 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D670A classroom in the Chemistry and Physics Building. This is typical seating throughout the building , 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D671A proof sheet of twelve images (each 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches) of the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator being installed in the physics "silo", 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D672A proof sheet of three images (each 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches) of the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator being installed in the physics "silo", 1963b / w, 2.5 inches by 8 inches.2D673Four unidentified men installing the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo" , 1963b / w, 8 inches by 8 inches.2D674Unidentified men are getting ready to install the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo". Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches.2D675Five unidentified men are getting reading to install the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo". Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches.2D676Unidentified men are getting reading to install the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo", 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D677An atom-splitting accelerator is installed in the "silo" of the Chemistry-Physics Building, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 162.2D678An unidentified man is walking past the physics "silo", where the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator is located, next to the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D679An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D680An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D680aAn entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building. Photographer Services- Regular Series number 12005 (duplicate of image 680), 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D680bAn entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building. Photographer Services- Regular Series number 12005 (duplicate of image 680), 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D681An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D682An entrance labeled 'Physics' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D683A photo of two cars parked near the Chemistry and Physics Building, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D684An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Classrooms and Laboratories2D685Students at work in a chemistry laboratory, [1901]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 32.2D686A zoology laboratory with Professor M. Miller standing by the door. This building is now Miller Hall. W. P. Johnson class of 1901 is the first person in the front row on the left side, [1901]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 33 Image is on a cardboard material; the photograph is faded from light exposure.2D687Unidentified students working in a laboratory. This photo was reproduced by R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates. Prints received December, 1964 from Rodney Boyce, [1910]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D688Unidentified students working in a classroom, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 127.2D689Unidentified students in a pharmacy classroom, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D690Six unidentified men looking at a machine in a laboratory, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D691Two unidentified men looking at a demonstration, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D692Ronald Nolan Gordon, unidentified woman, and Dr. J. C. Eavens (head of the Math Department) are in an observatory. The observatory was demolished 1964-1965. On January 13, 1958, this photo was received by Pubic Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D693Two unidentified men are standing by a machine in the engineering department, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D694Four unidentified people are performing an experiment. This photo received December 30, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D695An unidentified man in the Pharmacy stock room. This photo received December 30, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D696The National Science Foundation. This photo received by Public Relations on August 8, 1960. "Complete Coal Study...These Kentucky high school science teachers have completed eight weeks of coal research at the University of Kentucky, under National Science Foundation grants. Left to right are Carl P. Mims of Pikeville High School; James E. Atkins the principal of Greenville High School, and John M. Raines of Woodbine High School. Dr. Ernest Sparks is kneeling, he is a professor of mining engineering. The device in the background breaks coal down into gases, tar, oil, and coke.", [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D697"Charles N. Vittitoe, Lexington graduate student in physics at the University of Kentucky, works at a new electronic measuring device used in calculating actions of subatomic particles previously photographed by another device. The machine is only the second of its kind in the United States."(report from UK to Kentucky Schools, December, 1960) This photo received November 21, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D698An unidentified former female student holding a rat. This photo received December 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D698aAn unidentified former female student holding a rat. This photo received December 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 698), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D699Pharmacy students are performing a lab experiment. From rear to front: Bobby Reister, unidentified man, unidentified woman, unidentified woman, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 2D700Three unidentified students grinding a substance in a pharmacy lab. A University of Kentucky photograph, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D701Four students performing an experiment. From left to right: unidentified man, unidentified woman, Gloria Sawtelle, unidentified man. Received on March 31, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D702Medical Center visitors with Dr. Carlson. Photo received on September 2, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D703A class having a discussion with an unidentified teacher. Received from Public Relations, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D704An unidentified female student is taking note in class, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D705Two unidentified men are working in a laboratory. One man is looking through a microscope, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D706An unidentified woman is performing an experiment, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D707An unidentified female student is taking a final exam. This photograph appears first on page 133 in the 1969 "Kentuckian" , [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D708An unidentified student is eating in Pence Hall while working on a project. This photo appears first on page 193 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D709An unidentified student wearing headphones while working on a project in Pence Hall. This photograph appears second on page 193 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D710An unidentified woman is holding the arm bone of a class skeleton model, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D711Unidentified students are having class outdoors. Many professors hold class outside the classroom when the weather permits. This photo appears first on page 132 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969, Spring]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D712Unidentified students are having class outdoors. Many professors hold class outside the classroom when the weather permits, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 188.2D713During the 1979''s, Donovan Scholars, persons over age 65 who may enroll in classes tuition free, became a familiar sight in class, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 202.2D714An unidentified man performing an experiment, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D715An unidentified man looking at a machine, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D716Mark Denomme (standing to the right) and two unidentified people gather around a computer in the computer lab for this photograph, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.134614Students sit in a class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.134597A man pours a solution into a test tube in a laboratory, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.477160Unidentified students are listening to an unidentified man in the CSX Corporation Room in the Gatton School of Business and Economics, undatedcolor, 8 inches by 10 inches Coal Research Laboratory2D717Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Coal Research Laboratory. Photographer was Mark Huges, 1948b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Moisture damage on two sides.Coldstream Farm2D718A grassy field on the Coldstream Farm. Received January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D719A grassy field on the Coldstream Farm, showing a tree with a fence around it. Received January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D720Horses and a stable on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 10, 1956 from Public relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D721Horses and a stable on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 10, 1957 from Public relations , [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D722Horses and a stable on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D723Cows grazing on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D724Cows grazing on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D725A field with a house in the distance is on the Coldstream Farm, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D726Carnahan House on the Coldstream Farm, now the University of Kentucky's Industrial Park on Newtown Pike, Lexington, Kentucky. Photographer: Kentucky Agricultural Extension, [1957]b / w, 7.75 inches by 9.5 inches. Photograph is attached to cardboard .2D727Aerial view of the Carnahan House and the Coldstream Farm. Photographer: Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. The house is outlined in red.2D728Hughes Display Products Corporation on Coldstream Research Campus. Proposed building-architectural artist's rendering. Received on October 27, 1999 from Public Relations, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2D729Hughes Display Products Corporation on Coldstream Research Campus. Proposed building-architectural artist's rendering. Received on October 27, 1999 from Public Relations, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Combs Cancer Research Building2D730In 1986, the construction began on the Dorothy E. Combs Cancer Research Building. Photographer: Ken Goad, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 232.Commonwealth Stadium - C. M. Newton Field2D731A view of a field before the erection of the Commonwealth Stadium, near the E. S. Good Building. This photo was taken from the V. A. Hospital while under construction. The photo was donated on September 12, 1979, by Earl Robert Young, [1967]b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.2D732Construction of the Commonwealth Stadium is nearing completion. Photographer: Frank Anderson of the Herald-Leader, [1973]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.2D733At the opening of Commonwealth Football Stadium dinner, [1973]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2D734Aerial view of Commonwealth Football Stadium during a football game, [1973]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2D735Aerial view of Commonwealth Football Stadium during a football game. This image was used for the "University of Kentucky: Then and Now" book project, [1973]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Community Colleges - Hendersonville6D2416Students studying in a library; Northwest Center University of Kentucky in Henderson, Kentucky, [1957]b / w, 3.5 inches by 8 inches.Community Colleges - Jefferson2D736Governor Wendell Ford with University of Kentucky President Otis Singletary at the groundbreaking in Louisville for Jefferson Community College addition, the Learning Resources Center. At left is John Smith; at right is Stanley Wall, 1974, August 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Community Colleges - Lexington2D737Architect's sketch of the Academic/Technical Building. Illustrator: Andrew Lynn. Architects: Ross and Feldman Architecture, Inc., [1992]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2D737aArchitect's sketch of the Academic/Technical Building. Illustrator: Andrew Lynn. Architects: Ross and Feldman Architecture, Inc. (duplicate of image 737), [1992]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Community Colleges - Northern Kentucky, Covington2D738Mayor Harry B. Schnecler and President Frank Dickey, break ground for Northern Center building. Also present are Covington Commissioners Robert Northcut and Ray Vehrman, City Manager Oscar Hesch, Commissioner Bernard Eichholz and George Ankenbauer. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer. Photographer: Howard Pille, 1957, July 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is rippled from water damage.2D739Dr. Thomas L. Hankins, Dr. Frank Dickey, Allan Land, and Dr. Frank Peterson inspect Devou Park, future site of educational plant. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati-Enquirer, 1957, September 2b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is rippled from water damage.2D740A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky. Received March 12, 1964 from Public Relations. , [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D741A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D742A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D743A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky. Received December 17, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2D744A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Community Colleges - Owensboro2E745A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E746A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E747A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E748A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E749A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E750A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E751A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E752A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E753A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E754A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E755A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E756A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E757A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E758A sepia tone photo of air conditioners and the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E759A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E760A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E761A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E762A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E763A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E764A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E765A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E766A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E767A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.2E768A sepia tone photo of the construction of buildings for Owensboro Community College. Owensboro Community College opened for classes in the fall of 1984. This photo was donated by Larry S. Miller, Dean of Student Affairs at Owensboro Community College. At the time of donation, the address read: Owensboro Community College, 920 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301-3050 (address may have changed due to new constructions), [1984]sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Community Colleges - Paducah2E769Students walking across a bridge on the campus of the Community College in Paducah, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Community Colleges - Prestonsburg537575An exterior view of Prestonsburg Community College, 1979, Septemberb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches 537576An exterior view of Prestonsburg Community College, 1979b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Community Colleges - Southeast 2E770Construction of the Southeast Student Center in Cumberland, [1959-60]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Cooper, Thomas Poe Building (Forestry)2E771Thomas Poe Cooper Building which now houses the Forestry Department, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E772Thomas Poe Cooper Building (right) which now houses the Forestry Department. Received June 16, 1958 from the Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E773Thomas Poe Cooper Building which now houses the Forestry Department, [1958]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Cooperative House2E774An unidentified male student is talking in the Cooperative House. This photo is first on page 209, in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Cooperstown Apartments2E775Preparation for fabricated houses. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E775aPreparation for fabricated houses. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland (duplicate of image 775), [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E776Two men hauling the temporary buildings for Cooperstown Apartments, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E777This is either the setting of or the removal of the Army barracks that were first used as Old Cooperstown, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E778Set up of fabricated houses for ex-service men who attended University of Kentucky. Photographer: Bluegrass Studio, [1945]b / w, 5.25 inches by 10 inches.2E779After World War II, the University bought government surplus prefabricated houses for five dollars each including furnishings, to house the rapidly increasing numbers of married students, [1946]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2E779aAfter World War II, the University bought government surplus prefabricated houses for five dollars each including furnishings, to house the rapidly increasing numbers of married students (duplicate of image 779), [1946]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 112.2E781Aerial view of Coopertown, Veterans' housing project at the University of Kentucky, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E782Apartments after World War II were actually portable war buildings, [1947]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.2E783A model of the Cooperstown Apartments. This model was made by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E784A model of the Cooperstown Apartments. This model was made by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E785Construction of the Cooperstown Apartments. Photographer: Herald-Leader, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E786Foundation work proceeding for new Cooperstown-The placing of footings and foundations for the University of Kentucky's new Cooperstown project for married students is well under way. Nine fireproof brick and stone apartment houses will be included in the 2.75 million dollar project. It is expected that these buildings will be ready for use by September of 1956. Cooperstown Construction, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E787Foundation work for the new Cooperstown Apartments, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E788Foundation work for the new Cooperstown Apartments, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E789Men laying block for Cooperstown Apartments-Married and graduate housing. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1955b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.25 inches.2E790Construction of Cooperstown Apartments-Married and graduate housing. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1955b / w, 5 inches by 9.25 inches.2E791"Going up are the future homes of University of Kentucky married students. Construction of seven brick and stone apartment houses will be complete this summer in Lexington. The furnished buildings will replace Cooperstown. A thirty-year bond issue is financing the project. The apartments-330 one and two bedroom units-will rent for seventy-five dollars a month. Old Cooperstown quarters cost thirty-five dollars. The building project will cost three million dollars.", 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E792Parking lot of Cooperstown Apartments after the new buildings were built, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E793Truck of furniture being delivered to Cooperstown Apartments, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E795Truck of furniture being delivered to Cooperstown Apartments, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E796View of apartments from sidewalk on Woodland Avenue. This photo in on page 24 of the 1957-1958 "K-Book". Received August 7, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E797Standing on the side walk of Woodland Avenue, looking towards the Baseball Stadium. Received on June 25, 1958 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E798Man with child at Cooperstown recreation area. Received on January 11, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Cooperstown Apartments- Interior2E799Couple, Mr. and Mrs. James Bostic, are in the bedroom of an old prefabricated Cooperstown house. (Mrs. Bostic's maiden name was Frances Murphy), 1946b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E800Couple, Mr. and Mrs. James Bostic, are in the kitchen of an old prefabricated Cooperstown house. (Mrs. Bostic's maiden name was Frances Murphy) The couple resided in 1964, in Louisville, 1946b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E801The Lawyer-Brock family is seated at a table in a prefabricated Cooperstown house. From left to right: Kathie Brock, Mrs. Brock, and Mr. James C. Brock (a law student), 1946b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E802The Lawyer-Brock family is in the bedroom of a prefabricated Cooperstown house. From left to right: Mrs. Brock, daughter Kathie Brock, and Mr. James C. Brock (a law student). Mr. Brock was a University of Kentucky student veteran, able to live with him family in the Cooperstown Veteran's Housing Project, 1946b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E803Duke Curnette and Family in the new Cooperstown Apartments, completely furnished and window blinds. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E804Mr. and Mrs. Duke Curnette washing dishes in the kitchen of the new Cooperstown Apartments. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E805Mr. and Mrs. Duke Curnette washing dishes in the kitchen of the new Cooperstown Apartments. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E806Mr. and Mrs. Duke Curnette, and son, using a mixer in the kitchen of the new Cooperstown Apartments. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E806aMr. and Mrs. Duke Curnette, and son, using a mixer in the kitchen of the new Cooperstown Apartments. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 806), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dickey Hall2E811An architectural drawing of the College of Education Building (Dickey Hall). Drawing by: Scheffer Studio. Architects: Wichman, Sallee, and Martin Architects-Engineers. Received on January 24, 1963 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E812Lyman Ginger (left), Vice President A. D. Albright (center), and Governor Bert Combs (right) are all shoveling dirt, on August 27, 1963, at the ground breaking of Dickey Hall, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E813Lyman Ginger (left), Vice President A. D. Albright (center), and Governor Bert Combs (right) are all shoveling dirt, on August 27, 1963, at the ground breaking of Dickey Hall. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader staff, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E814Construction of Dickey Hall. Received on November 21, 1963 from Public Relations, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E815Construction of Dickey Hall, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E816Construction of Dickey Hall, 1964b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 165.2E817A man walking out one of the side doors of the Dickey Hall Building. Dickey Hall was first used during the fall semester of 1964-1965 college semester, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E818Unidentified men and women are standing outside at the dedication on March 11, 1965, of Dickey Hall, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dillard House2E818-2Nine unidentified students outside of the Community House, also known as the Dillard House, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.2E819An unidentified student is painting an advertisement for the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 200 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E820Two unidentified students are talking in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 200 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E821Two unidentified students are preparing a meal in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 202 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E822Four unidentified students are talking in the living room of the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 201 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E823Two unidentified students are in a bedroom of the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 201 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E824An unidentified student in her bedroom in the Dillard House with a dog and two cats. This photo is third on page 201 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E825Five unidentified people are outside on the lawn of the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 208 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E826Four unidentified students are preparing a meal in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 162 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E827Two unidentified students are eating at a table in the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 210 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E828Two unidentified students are preparing a meal in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 163 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E829Two unidentified students are fixing breakfast in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 207 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2E830Two unidentified students are eating breakfast in the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 207 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Doorways436912The entrance and doorway of Miller Hall from the exterior. It says "Natural Science" above the door, undatedb / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.436913The entrance and doorway of Barker Hall from the exterior, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.436914The entrance and doorway of the Administration Building from the exterior. The glass above the door says "Administration.", undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.436915The entrance and doorway of the Gillis Building from the exterior. It says "Ezra Gillis Building" above the door, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Dormitories- Blanding and Kirwan Towers3A831Aerial architectural drawing of the new Kirwan-Blanding Complex, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A832A model of the new Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex. This model shows three towers and only two were built, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A833Blanding Tower rises in 1967 on the south farm, 1967b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 171.3A834Aerial shot of Kirwan-Blanding Complex, with description: "Dedication of University of Kentucky's Kirwan-Blanding Complex is October 26. Governor Louie Nunn will be the featured speaker at the dedication. The eleven-unit dormitory-commons complex, with its twin 23-story towers, is the University of Kentucky home of some 2,700 students. The tower to the left and its surrounding four low-rise units will be named for Sarah Blanding, former dean of women at the university. The tower on the right and four of the low-rise units will be named for Dr. D. Kirwan, history professor and former dean of the Graduate School. At the lower left is the Commons building.", 1968b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.3A834aAerial shot of Kirwan-Blanding Complex, with description: "Dedication of University of Kentucky's Kirwan-Blanding Complex is October 26. Governor Louie Nunn will be the featured speaker at the dedication. The eleven-unit dormitory-commons complex, with its twin 23-story towers, is the University of Kentucky home of some 2,700 students. The tower to the left and its surrounding four low-rise units will be named for Sarah Blanding, former dean of women at the university. The tower on the right and four of the low-rise units will be named for Dr. D. Kirwan, history professor and former dean of the Graduate School. At the lower left is the Commons building." (duplicate of image 834), 1968b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.3A834bAerial shot of Kirwan-Blanding Complex, with description: "Dedication of University of Kentucky's Kirwan-Blanding Complex is October 26. Governor Louie Nunn will be the featured speaker at the dedication. The eleven-unit dormitory-commons complex, with its twin 23-story towers, is the University of Kentucky home of some 2,700 students. The tower to the left and its surrounding four low-rise units will be named for Sarah Blanding, former dean of women at the university. The tower on the right and four of the low-rise units will be named for Dr. D. Kirwan, history professor and former dean of the Graduate School. At the lower left is the Commons building." (duplicate of image 834), 1968b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.3A834cAerial shot of Kirwan-Blanding Complex, with description: "Dedication of University of Kentucky's Kirwan-Blanding Complex is October 26. Governor Louie Nunn will be the featured speaker at the dedication. The eleven-unit dormitory-commons complex, with its twin 23-story towers, is the University of Kentucky home of some 2,700 students. The tower to the left and its surrounding four low-rise units will be named for Sarah Blanding, former dean of women at the university. The tower on the right and four of the low-rise units will be named for Dr. D. Kirwan, history professor and former dean of the Graduate School. At the lower left is the Commons building." (duplicate of image 834), 1968b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.3A835Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A836Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A836aAerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A836bAerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A836cAerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A836dAerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A837Dedication of Kirwan and Blanding Dormitories on October 26, 1968. Left to right: Dr. Albert Kirwan, Dean of Men and former university president; unknown; and Dr. Sarah Blanding, Dean of Women, 1968b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches.3A838President Emeritus A. D. Kirwan (seated on stage, sixth from left), Dr. Sarah Blanding (seated on stage, fourth from left), Dr. Glenwood Creech, presiding UK vice-president for the event (fifth from the left), and unidentified people are listening to Governor Louie Nunn speak at the dedication of the Blanding and Kirwan dormitory complex on October 26, 1968. This photo is first on page 66 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A839Blanding and Kirwan dormitory complex, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A840A plaque marking the dedication of the Blanding and Kirwan dormitory complex, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A841One of several courtyards in the Blanding-Kirwan dormitory complex, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A842A group of unidentified students outside of the Blanding Tower, a dorm on south campus. This photo is first on page 115 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969, Springb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A843An unidentified woman walking along the front of one of the low-rise dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A844An unidentified woman walking along the front of one of the low-rise dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A845A view along the front of a low-rise dormitory at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A846One of the towers at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A847Photo taken from the stairs along side of the Commons Building at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A848One of the towers at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A849Photo of how men lived at the University of Kentucky in 1969, in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo appears first on page 67 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A850Dorm living at the new Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo appears second on page 198 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A851Kirwan-Blanding Complex Halloween Party in 1969. This photo appears first on page 199 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A852Dorm living at the new Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo appears first on page 206 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A853A man and woman studying in the Graduate Co-ed Dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Towers in 1969. This photo appears first on page 205 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A854Graduate Co-ed Dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Towers in 1969. This photo appears second on page 206 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A855A woman ironing while a man is talking to her in the Graduate Co-ed Dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex in 1969. This photo appears second on page 205 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A856Two men and a woman are studying in the Graduate Co-ed Dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex in 1969. This photo appears first on page 204 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A857A photo of a low-rise dormitory in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex at night, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A858A photo of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex at night, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A859A photo of the towers in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A860A photo of one of the towers in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A861An evening view of one of the towers and of the low-rise of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A862A photo of one of the towers of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo is at an angle looking up from the base, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A863A photo of the front of a low-rise building of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A864An upward looking view of one of the towers of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A865One of the towers of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A866A color photo of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex at night, with the windows of the towers lit-up in the shape of a cross, [1972]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A867Four unidentified women are sunbathing near the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1973]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A868Two unidentified female students are studying in a dorm room of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1975]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A869In this photo, the top half of Kirwan Tower is reflected in a rain puddle, 1984b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 226.3A870The Commons at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex houses one of the many computer laboratories located across the campus, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 235.3A871Dining in the Commons Cafeteria in 1986 at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 236.3A872A color photo of the Blanding and Kirwan Towers (in the background towards the left), Commonwealth Stadium C. M. Newton Field (in the background to the right), Haggin Dormitory (towards the front on the right), and K-Lair Grill (on the right, in front of Haggin Dorm). This photo was taken in the fall of 1996 by Terry Warth, 1996color, 4 inches by 5 inches.537570An aerial view of Kirwan and Blanding Towers, undatedb / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inched.Dormitories - Blazer Hall3A873Architectural drawing of "Woman's Residence Hall No. 6 and central dining unit", now called Blazer Hall. Drawing by: Meriweather, Marye, and Association, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A874Construction of Blazer Hall, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A875Blazer Hall nearing completion. Received February 13, 1962 from Public Relations, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A876Construction of Blazer Hall nearly complete. This photo taken of the front entrance of Blazer Hall. Received February 13, 1962 from Public Relations, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A877President Frank Dickey speaking at the dedication of Blazer Hall on October 14, 1962. This photo received October 1962 from Public Relations, 1962, October 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A878President Frank Dickey speaking at the dedication of Blazer Hall on October 14, 1962. This photo received October 1962 from Public Relations, 1962, October 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A879President Frank Dickey getting ready to put the 1960 block on Blazer Hall. This photograph received October 16, 1960 from Public Relations, 1962, October 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A880The dedication of Blazer Hall was on October 14, 1962. This photograph is of President Dickey and Mrs. Paul Blazer with her grandchildren, Barrie and Martha. Photo received from the Lexington Herald-Leader, 1962, October 14b / w, 6.25 inches by 10 inches.3A881A proof sheet of the dedication of Blazer Hall, 1962, October 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A882A proof sheet of the dedication of Blazer Hall featuring President Dickey and Mrs. Paul Blazer with her grandchildren, 1962, October 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A883A proof sheet of the dedication of Blazer Hall, 1962, October 14b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3A884From left to right: Miss Nancy Merle Hart, Miss Dixie Evans, and Mrs. Majorie Nelson are looking at a paper in Blazer Hall. Received October 9, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A885Photo of a lounge area on the second floor of Georgia M. Blazer Hall. Dedication was in 1962, in the honor of Mrs. Paul G. Blazer of Ashland, Kentucky. Received October 2, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A886A proof sheet of Blazer Hall at different angles. Blazer Hall was built in 1961, but on October 14, 1962, it was dedicated to Mrs. Paul G. Blazer, [1962]b / w, 3 inches by 10 inches.3A887"Mrs. Gayle Smith (right) discussed the day's menu for 1,200 University of Kentucky co-eds, with her chief cooks-James Turpin (left) a veteran University of Kentucky employee, and Beatrice Wess, who has been with the university for seven years. Mrs. Smith is in charge of the central dining unit in Blazer Hall.", [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Boarding Houses3A888A group of unidentified people on the front steps of the Carr Boarding House. Carr is the name of the owner of the house, [1903]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.25 inches.3A889A group of unidentified people on the front steps of the Carr Boarding House. Carr is the name of the owner of the house, [1903]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.25 inches.3A890An unidentified woman is sitting in a dorm room and reading a book. This picture is in the "Hail-Kentucky!" book on page 35 and is of the Nollau F-Series. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, [1904]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A890aAn unidentified woman is sitting in a dorm room and reading a book. This picture is in the "Hail-Kentucky!" book on page 35 and is of the Nollau F-Series. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates (duplicate of image 890), [1904]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A891A photo of a room in a girl's dorm, [1907]b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches.Dormitories- Bowman Hall3B911Construction of Bowman Hall, a men's dormitory, was named after John Bowman. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B911aConstruction of Bowman Hall, a men's dormitory, was named after John Bowman. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland (duplicate of image 911), [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B912Construction of Bowman Hall, a men's dormitory, was named after John Bryan Bowman. Construction began in 1946 and on June 4, 1948 it was dedicated, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3B913Entrance to Bowman Hall, a men's dormitory, was named after John Bryan Bowman. Construction began in 1946 and on June 4, 1948 it was dedicated, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3B914View of Bowman Hall from Washington Avenue, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B915Five unidentified men sitting and socializing inside Bowman Hall, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B916Two unidentified men watch as two unidentified men play table tennis in Bowman Hall. Received on March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1048An architectural drawing of Bowman Hall. Construction began in 1946, was finished on March 19, 1948, and was dedicated on June 4, 1948. Bowman Hall was named after John Bryan Bowman. Architect: John F. Wilson, [1945]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Boyd Hall3B917Front of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd, [1937]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.3B918Seven unidentified women in front of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B919Seven unidentified women walking out of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographer: Ben L. Williams.3B920Built in 1925, Boyd Hall was the second girl's dormitory built on the University of Kentucky's campus, [1957]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3B921Two unidentified women are checking their mail box inside of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.3B922Two unidentified women are seated at a table and talking in a room of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.3B923Five unidentified women are sitting in the living room, around a fire place in Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.3B924Unidentified women are to and from Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.537578Boyd Hall. The dormitory was built in 1925 as the second dormitory to house women, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Breckinridge Hall3B925Construction of Breckinridge Hall, men's dormitory. Breckinridge Hall was named after William Campbell Preston Breckinridge. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B926Construction of Breckinridge Hall, men's dormitory. Breckinridge Hall was named after William Campbell Preston Breckinridge. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B927Construction of Breckinridge Hall, men's dormitory. Breckinridge Hall was named after William Campbell Preston Breckinridge. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B928Typical student's room in Breckinridge Hall, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories - Donovan Hall3B929Architects drawing of Donovan Hall considered plan, but it is not the style that was built. Donovan Hall is a residence hall for men and the central dining unit. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. Architect: John F. Wilson, [1946]b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.3B929aArchitects' new drawing of Donovan Hall. Donovan Hall is a residence hall for men and the central dining unit. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. Architect: John F. Wilson, undated, [1946]b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.3B930Architects' new drawing of Donovan Hall. Donovan Hall is a residence hall for men and the central dining unit. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. Architect: John F. Wilson, undated, [1946]b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.3B931"Work Progresses on New University of Kentucky Dormitory-Brick work has begun on the University of Kentucky's new residence hall for men. the $1,711,000 dormitory has been designed to house 365 students and to provide dining facilities for 1,200. It is being finances through a $1,400,000 loan from the federal government and an allocation of $311,000 by the Kentucky Property and Buildings Commission. Work is expected to be completed in January 1955." (news clipping), [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 139.3B932Donovan Hall under construction. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. On May 30, 1955, the dedication occurred, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B933Two unidentified men are standing in front of Donovan Hall while it was under construction. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. On May 30, 1955, the dedication occurred, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B934Six unidentified men are talking in front of Donovan Hall, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B935Six unidentified men are talking in front of Donovan Hall, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B936Three unidentified men are talking in a bedroom of Donovan Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B937Five unidentified men are watching television and four unidentified men are reading newspapers in the basement of Donovan Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B938Cars parked in front of Donovan Hall. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. On May 30, 1955, the dedication occurred, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B939Three unidentified men are looking at a picture of a woman in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B940Three unidentified men are looking at a picture of a woman in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B941Three unidentified men are talking in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B942Three unidentified men are talking in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B943Three unidentified men are talking in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B944Three unidentified men are walking towards Donovan Hall, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B945James Thomas (seated in chair) and one unidentified man are socializing in a dorm room of Donovan Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Exteriors3B946A proof sheet of residence halls around campus. First row, left to right: Donovan Hall, Breckinridge Hall, unidentified. Second row, left to right: Haggin Hall, Kinkead Hall, Boyd Hall. Third row, left to right: Bowman Hall (front), Bowman Hall (back), Jewell Hall. Last row, left to right: Breckinridge Hall, Keeneland Hall, Holmes Hall, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B947A proof sheet of residence halls, Blazer Hall and Bradley Hall, and of the Chemistry-Physics Building, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- General3A893Three women either packing or unpacking a trunk. From left to right: Jerry Kelley, Betty Clay, and Benita Boyd. During the 1950's upper-class women had a curfew of 10:30p.m. on the weekdays and 11p.m. on the weekends. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader, 1953b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A894Shown in photograph are Jane Floyd, Kate Mahood, and Nancy McKinley. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader, 1953b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A895Marcia Walden is looking at a picture in a dorm room. Photographer: Herald-Leader, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A896Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A897Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A898Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A899Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A900Three unidentified women in the lobby of a dormitory, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A901Three unidentified women in the lobby of a dormitory, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A902Five unidentified men in the stairway of a dorm, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A903Two unidentified men are playing ping pong and two unidentified men are watching, in the basement of a boy's dorm, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A904Unidentified men socializing in a men's dorm, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A905Unidentified men are looking at a book, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A906Three unidentified men are looking at magazines in a dorm, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A907One unidentified man is reading a paper and one unidentified man is writing, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A908Five unidentified women are reading in the bridge/hallway between Patterson and Boyd Halls. , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.3A909From left to right: an unidentified woman, unidentified woman, Betty Jane Mitchell (standing), Judy Goodall, and Linda Mount (in chair) are socializing in a dorm room. Received January 14, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3A910From left to right: an unidentified woman, unidentified woman, Betty Jane Mitchell (standing), Judy Goodall, and Linda Mount (in chair) are socializing in a dorm room. Received January 14, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B948Bulletin boards for birthday cards and important notices were essential in a 1970's residence hall room, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 189.3B949In 1984, life in the residence halls provided all the essentials--comfort, convenience, and a private phone, 1984b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 227.Dormitories- Haggin Hall3B950Construction of Haggin Hall, seen from Donovan Hall. Fraternity Row in the background. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3B951Construction of Haggin Hall. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received August 5, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B952Unidentified men are working on the construction of Haggin Hall. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photograph has damaged spots where a portion of the photo is missing.3B952aUnidentified men are working on the construction of Haggin Hall. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 952), 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B953Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received September 8, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B954Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received September 8, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B955Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B956Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin. Received October 6, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B957Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin. Received October 6, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B958Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin. Received October 22, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B959Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B960Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B961Construction of Haggin Hall is nearing completion. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin. Received June 7, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B962Construction of Haggin Hall is nearing completion. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B963Former President Herman Donovan (far left) and four unidentified men are seated listening to President Frank Dickey speak at the dedication of Haggin Hall on September 16, 1960. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1960, September 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B964The cornerstone of Haggin Hall/ The rites are about to be performed at the dedication on September 16, 1960. From left to right: Dr. Leslie L. Martin, President Frank Dickey, Dr. Frank D. Peterson and John F. Wilson (architect). Received September 16, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960, September 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B965The cornerstone of Haggin Hall/ The rites are about to be performed at the dedication on September 16, 1960. From left to right: Dr. Leslie L. Martin, President Frank Dickey, Dr. Frank D. Peterson and John F. Wilson (architect), 1960, September 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Hamilton House3D1112Two Home Economics majors are seated on the porch of the Hamilton House, on Limestone Street, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1210At the Hamilton House--sweeping the porch is Gayle Shoemaker, behind her are: Betty Reid (left), Elanor Burkhard. The house is for Home Economic use. Received September 25, 1958, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1211At the Hamilton House--at the piano in the living room, from left to right: Draxie Newson, Bethy Ann Foley, Laurel Hampton, Pat Clarke DeMarcus, and Norma Cable. Received September 25, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2477Six women talking outside the Hamilton House. From left to right: unidentified, Linda Lloyd, unidentified, Patricia Hager, unidentified, and Carole Ward. This photo appears first on page 241 in the 1963 Kentuckian, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Holmes Hall3B966The temporary barracks that had been used are being torn down for the construction of Holmes Hall to begin, 1955, December 18b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B967The temporary barracks that had been used to house women students since 1947 are being torn down for the construction of Holmes Hall to begin in early 1957, and will house 200 students, 1955, December b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B968Construction of Holmes Hall in 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1956, July 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B969Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Received July 31, 1956 from Public Relations, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B970Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Received July 31, 1956 from Public Relations, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B971Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1956, August 2b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B972Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Received December 20, 1956 from Public Relations, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B973Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1958 for Sarah B. Holmes, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B974Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1958 for Sarah B. Holmes, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B975"University of Kentucky's Holmes Hall Under Construction--The footer and the foundation have been completed for Holmes Hall, new dorm for girl's at the University of Kentucky. Named for UK's Dean of Women, Sarah B. Holmes, the building has been designed to house 289 women. The brick and stone structure is expected to be completed by September of 1957. Architect for the building is the Lexington firm of Brock and Johnson, and the contractor is the Gilson Construction Company, also of Lexington." Received December 20, 1956 from Public Relations, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B976Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Received March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B977Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Received March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B978Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was named after Sarah B. Holmes and dedicated on May 25, 1958. Received March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B979Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B980Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B981Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B982Construction of Holmes Hall, a woman's dormitory, is near completion. It was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B983An unidentified man is walking into Holmes Hall. It was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes. Received May 17, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B984President Frank Dickey (third from right), Sarah Bennett Holmes (Dean of Women, second from right), and three unidentified men are seated on stage at the dedication of Holmes Hall on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B985The Sarah Holmes family, listening to the dedication of Holmes Hall on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B986Sarah Bennett Holmes speaking at the dedication of Holmes Hall, which was named after her on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B987Dean Sarah Bennett Holmes (second from right), Dr. William V. Gardner of First Presbyterian Church (far right) and President Frank Dickey (third from right) are listening to Frank Peterson speaking at the dedication of Holmes Hall on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B988Dean Sarah Bennett Holmes (second from right) and Dr. William V. Gardner of First Presbyterian Church (far right), are listening to President Frank Dickey speaking at the dedication of Holmes Hall on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B989Dean Sarah Bennett Holmes (second from right) and Dr. William V. Gardner of First Presbyterian Church (far right), are listening to President Frank Dickey speaking at the dedication of Holmes Hall on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B990Sarah Bennett Holmes' granddaughters reveal the plaque for Holmes Hall at the dedication on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B991President Dickey and Sarah Holmes are unlocking the doors to Holmes Hall at the dedication. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B992Four unidentified women are seated around a desk in Holmes Hall. Photographer: University of Kentucky. Received November 18, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B993Four unidentified women are watching two unidentified women playing ping pong in Holmes Hall. Photographer: University of Kentucky. Received November 18, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B994Two unidentified women are in their dorm room in Holmes Hall. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B995Katherine Maddox-Broadbent (second from right) and two unidentified women are seated with Sarah Bennett Holmes (second from left) in Holmes Hall. Received December 5, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Jewell Hall3B996An exterior view of Jewell Hall, a women's residence hall. Jewell Hall was named after Mary Frances Jewell. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B997Cars parked in front of Jewell Hall, a women's residence hall, and an unidentified woman is entering the building. Jewell Hall was named after Mary Frances Jewell. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B998Two unidentified women are seated by stairs and four unidentified women are going up and down stairs in Jewell Hall. Jewell Hall was named after Mary Frances Jewell. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B999Two unidentified women are playing cards and two unidentified women are talking in Jewell Hall. Jewell Hall was named after Mary Frances Jewell. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3B1000Four unidentified women are talking in a dorm room of Jewell Hall. Jewell Hall was named after Mary Frances Jewell. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- Keeneland Hall3C1001Construction of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1002Construction of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1003Construction of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1004Construction of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1005Construction of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1006Construction of Keeneland Hall: "Keeneland Ready for Women Students--The University of Kentucky's Keeneland Hall, new dormitory for girls, will be opened for the first time this fall. The $1,250,000 structure will house 312 women students. Keeneland Hall is named for the foundation which gave $200,000 towards its construction, the remainder coming from federal funds and accumulated earnings.", [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1007Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory, is nearing completion. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1008President Herman Donovan (far from left) is conversing with an unidentified woman and unidentified people are conversing at the dedication of Keeneland Hall on October 17, 1955. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1955b / w, 6.75 inches by 6.75 inches.3C1009The front side of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dorm. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1009aThe front side of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dorm. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation (duplicate of image 1009), [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1010The front entrance of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dorm. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1011Five unidentified men are reading in Keeneland Hall, a woman's dorm. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1012Ann Shirley Gillook (Miss Kentucky 1957) is talking to a young man at the entrance of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dorm. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. This photo appears on page 22 of the 1956-1957 "K-Book". Photographer: Ted W. Simmons, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1013Martha Griffin (center) is pouring soda into a cup as Mary Adams (left) and Ann Fitzgerald (right) watch and wait at the concession in Keeneland Hall. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1014An unidentified woman and an unidentified man are talking as an unidentified woman reads in Keeneland Hall. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1015Five unidentified women and one unidentified man are all watching television in Keeneland Hall. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1016Front desk "caller" at Keeneland Hall, were usually upper-class students. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1017Unidentified people standing on the front steps to Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1018The front of Keeneland Hall, a woman's dormitory. Keeneland Hall was named after the Keeneland Foundation which donated $200,000 and on October 17, 1955, it was dedicated to the foundation. Received August 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1019Keeneland Hall (right) and Blazer Hall (left) in May of 1969, after three houses were removed to build the two dormitories, 1969b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.537569Two young men read magazines in a dorm room in Keeneland Hall, 1986, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is from photographic services contact sheet 26767. The photograph was taken by Ken Goad.Dormitories- Kinkead Hall3C1020Construction of Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1021Construction of Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1022Construction of Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1023Construction of Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory, is complete. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1024Construction of Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead. This photo appears on page 24 of the 1956-1957 "K-Book", [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1025Unidentified students are near Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1026Unidentified students are near Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1027Three unidentified men are reading in Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1028Kinkead Hall, shown here, was the last men's dormitory to be released by the Army, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Dormitories- Men's Residence Halls3C1029Men's dormitory, room interiors, with four bunk beds. Nollau F Series Print Collection, Box 5a, Folder 121, Item one, [1908]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1030Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1031Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studios, [1929]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1032Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Received February 7, 1929 from the Superintendents Office, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1032aConstruction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Received February 7, 1929 from the Superintendents Office (duplicate of image 1032), [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1033Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1034Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1035Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio. Received February 7, 1929 from the Superintendents Office, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1035aConstruction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio. Received February 7, 1929 from the Superintendents Office (duplicate of image 1035), [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1036Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1037Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1038Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1039Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1040Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1041Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1042Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1043Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1044Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1045Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1046Courtyard with men's residence halls. Left to right; Breckinridge Hall (1929), Kinkead Hall (1929), and Bradley Hall (1921) Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1047Left to right: Bradley Hall (1921), Kinkead Hall (1929), and Breckinridge Hall (1929), [1929]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.Dormitories- Patterson Hall3A892Four unidentified women in a dorm room in 1908. During this time there were four to five women in a room and lights-out by 10 or 11p.m. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, [1908]b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches.3C1049Patterson Hall, UK's first woman's dorm completed in 1904, was named after James K. Patterson, [1905]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.3C1050Patterson Hall, UK's first woman's dorm completed in 1904 and included such luxuries as steam heat and 13 bathrooms. This photo appears third on page 35 in "Hail Kentucky!", [1905]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1051Patterson Hall, UK's first woman's dorm completed in 1904, was named after James K. Patterson. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1052Nancy Graves and three unidentified women are sitting on two beds in Patterson Hall, UK's first woman dorm. Patterson Hall was completed in 1904 and was named after James K. Patterson. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1053Seven unidentified women are standing around a piano and two unidentified women are sitting and playing the piano in Patterson Hall, UK's first woman dorm. Patterson Hall was completed in 1904 and was named after James K. Patterson. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1054A side of Patterson Hall showing cracks in the bricks. Patterson Hall was completed in 1904 and was named after James K. Patterson. Received June 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.537571Two young women are sitting in a dorm room in Patterson Hall, 1986, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is from photographic services contact sheet 26767. The photograph was taken by Ken Goad.537572The entrance to Patterson Hall, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 537573Two women are approaching the entrance to Patterson Hall, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Dormitories- White Hall3C1055The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. Photographer: Edgar C. Loevenhart, [1884]b / w, 5.5 inches by 6.5 inches.3C1056The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This photo was donated by T. W. Scholtz, [1884]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches.3C1057View of the front side of White Hall, with the Administration building to the left. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1885]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.3C1058The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1910]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches. Visual File No. 94.3C1058aThe "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967 (duplicate of image 1058), [1910]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.3C1059Unidentified people walking past the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. Photographer: Ben L. Williams, Jr. Received November 4, 1949 from Public Relations, [1949]b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.3C1060The side of the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1060aThe side of the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967 (duplicate of image 1060), [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1061Unidentified man is standing near the side of the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1062Unidentified people are walking past the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. "Accessioned from the Administration Building". Received June of 1953 from Public Relations, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1063Unidentified students are standing in front of the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1064White Hall Dormitory from the side next to the Administration Building. Students passing the "Old" White Hall building. The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1065The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory. This photo appears second on page 32 of the 1957 "Kentuckian". Photographer: Thomasson-Smith. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1066The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. This was the first men's dormitory, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1067The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. Received December 4, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1068Two unidentified women and one unidentified man are talking near the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. Received June 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1069Unidentified students walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed, [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1069aUnidentified students walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed (duplicate of image 1069), [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1069bUnidentified students walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed (duplicate of image 1069), [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1069cUnidentified students walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed (duplicate of image 1069), [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1069dUnidentified students walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed (duplicate of image 1069), [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1069eUnidentified students walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed (duplicate of image 1069), [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3C1070Two unidentified men are walking past the White Hall Dormitory. The "Old" White Hall building, in the winter at the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and in 1967 it was destroyed, [1960]b / w, 3.75 inches by 6 inches.Dormitories - Women's Residence Halls537574Melanie Byars, UK student is in a residence hall, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Entranceways6D2474Officer Norman Cook near construction, 1963, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.477152The entranceway to the Administration / Main Building. Patterson Office Tower is the tall building behind the trees, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.477153The entranceway to the Administration / Main Building, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.477154The entranceway to the Administration / Main Building. Patterson Office Tower is the tall building behind the trees, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.5A1759"Police officer, Shirley Lamb gives directions to Sandra Helton, a junior in chemical engineering. Each day about 1,000 cars come through Gate 1 on Administration Drive off South Limestone.", [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5A1760"Shirley's New House--UK police officer Shirley Lamb enjoys his new gate house, with it's restroom and office area inside and its own fan and heating unit outside.", [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Erikson Hall3C1071The front of Erikson Hall, Home Economics building. Named after Statie Erikson, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1072The front of Erikson Hall, Home Economics building. Named after Statie Erikson, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1073Two unidentified women are conversing on the stairs in front of Erikson Hall, Home Economics building. Named after Statie Erikson, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Faculty Club- Hilary J. Boone3C1074The Faculty Club under construction. This new building was financed by Hilary J. Boone, Jr, [1986]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Fine Arts Building3C1075"Old" Fine Arts Building. Photographer: Starman Studio, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 92.3C1076Architects drawing of the Fine Arts Building, University of Kentucky. Architects: Brock and Johnson, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1077Construction of the Fine Arts Buildingand a view of the McLean Stadium and Stoll football field. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1078Construction of the Fine Arts Building. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1079Construction of the Fine Arts Building. Photographer: Mack Hughes. Received April 26, 1948 from Public Relations, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1080Fine Arts Building located on Rose Street, with McLean Stadium in the background. Photographer: Mack Hughes. Received April 26, 1948 from Public Relations, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3C1081"The University of Kentucky's Fine Arts Building is beginning to assume final shape. Construction on the $1,380,000 structure was started slightly more than a year ago. The sprawling building will house the Departments of Art, Music, and the Guignol Theater. The departments and the Theater formerly were in the Art Center that was destroyed by a spectacular fire early in 1947. University officials have classified the building as one of the "most needed" on the campus at Lexington." Received September 14, 1948 from Public Relations , [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1082Students studying in the Fine Arts Library in the Fine Arts Building. (library was later relocated) Miss Algie Dickson is seated at the desk. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1083An unidentified woman is walking past the side of the Fine Arts Building, where there is a wooden sculpture on the building, [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1084View of the front, main entrance of the Fine Arts Building, [1951]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3D1085View of the front, main entrance of the Fine Arts Building, [1951]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3D1086Unidentified students walking past the entrance to the Art Gallery, which is inside the Fine Arts Building. Photographer: Sound Business Magazine , [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1087Unidentified women and men are conversing in front of the Fine Arts Building. Photo was donated January 14, 1994 by Professor David Blythe, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1087aUnidentified women and men are conversing in front of the Fine Arts Building. Photo was donated January 14, 1994 by Professor David Blythe (duplicate of image 1087), [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1088The front of the Fine Arts Building, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1089Unidentified women and men are exiting through the front doors of the Finr Arts Building. Photographer: J. B. Kuiper. Received August 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Food Storage Building3D1090Two cars and two bikes are near the Food Storage Building. Received May 3, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Fraternity and Sorority Houses3D1091Front view of the Sigma Nu House, 1925b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1092Front of the Delta Delta Delta House. This photo is on page 314 of the 1947 "Kentuckian", [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1093Front of the Chi Omega House. This photo is on page 274 of the 1948 "Kentuckian", [1947]b / w, 7 inches by 10.5 inches. Photograph is attached on a piece of cardboard material.3D1094Front of the Delta Chi House. This photo is on page 300 of the 1948 "Kentuckian", [1947]b / w, 7 inches by 10.5 inches. Photograph is attached on a piece of cardboard material.3D1095An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1096An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1097An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1098An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1099An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1100An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1101Nancy Taylor (front row, left), Patricia Vry (front row, right), and two unidentified women are standing in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House. This photo is on page 59 of the 1956-1957 "K-Book", [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1102Three unidentified women of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority are watching television and two unidentified women are talking, all are in the basement of the Kappa Alpha Theta House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2064Nancy Clay McClure looking at a man as she comes down the stairs of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority during the winter of 1962. This picture appears second on page 43 in the 1962 "Kentuckian", [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1103Four unidentified women of the Chi Omega sorority are talking while two unidentified women are playing the piano in the Chi Omega House, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1104Mary Virginia Fulcher (far right) and three unidentified people are walking from the Delta Delta Delta house on 329 Aylesford Avenue. Received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1105An unidentified woman is standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1106An unidentified woman is standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1107An unidentified woman is standing in front of the Pi Kappa Alpha house, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1108An unidentified woman and an unidentified man are standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1109An unidentified woman and an unidentified man are standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house. This photo appears on page 60 of the 1957-1958 "K-Bool". Received August 7, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1110Five unidentified men are in front of the Delta Tau Delta house. Received April 15, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1111The front of the Sigma Chi house on South Limestone. This building was destroyed in the summer of 1959. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1113The front of the Alpha Gamma Delta house. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1114The front of the Alpha Sigma Pi house, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1115The side of the Delta Delta Delta house. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1116Two unidentified men are looking at a book with unidentified men conversing in the background, in the den of the Kappa Sigma house. Received March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1117Two unidentified men are cleaning trophies, one unidentified man is reading and one unidentified man is playing a record in the Recreation room of the Kappa Sigma house. Received March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1118Carolyn Childers of Pikeville, Kentucky (second from right) and six unidentified women are singing around a piano while an unidentified woman is playing, in the Alpha Delta Pi house. Received March 19, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1119Four unidentified men are conversing in the living room of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house. Received August 7, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1120Construction of the Delta Zeta house and sorority row. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1121Construction of sorority row. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1122The Kappa Delta house and the Alpha Gamma Delta house of sorority row are under construction. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1123The Kappa Delta house is under still under construction but the Alpha Gamma Delta house, of sorority row, is complete. Received December 5, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1124Unidentified women are seated at tables, possibly at a mother-daughter luncheon in the Zeta Tau Alpha house. The Zeta Tau Alpha sorority is no longer on campus and since the late 1980's, the house was leased by Sigma Kappa sorority, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1125Three unidentified men are constructing a stone wall, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1126Helen Shuck (third from left), Joan Putallico (fifth from left) and three unidentified women are seated around a table in the Kappa Delta house. Received May 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1127Roy Wood (right) and an unidentified man are in front of the Delta Tau Delta house. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1128Roy Wood (right) and an unidentified man are in front of the Delta Tau Delta house. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1129An unidentified woman is seated and an unidentified man is standing near a fire place in an unidentified fraternity house, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1130An unidentified woman is seated and an unidentified man are looking at a trophy in an unidentified fraternity house, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1131Sarah Jarrett Hodges of Pikeville, Kentucky (left, wearing a plaid skirt) and an unidentified woman are conversing in a bed room of the Kappa Alpha Theta house. Received January 16, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1132Construction of the Alpha Tau Omega house. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1132aConstruction of the Alpha Tau Omega house. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1132), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1133"Construction Started- Dr. Frank D. Peterson, vice president for business administration at the University of Kentucky, checks with Frank Lansdale of Lansdale-Ritchie Construction Co., Lexington, at the site of construction of Alpha Gamma Rho and Sigma Chi fraternity house. AGR house will be at the corner of Clifton and Woodland and Sigma Chi, at the corner of Hilltop and Huguelet. Construction on the projects started last week." Received July 26, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1133a"Construction Started- Dr. Frank D. Peterson, vice president for business administration at the University of Kentucky, checks with Frank Lansdale of Lansdale-Ritchie Construction Co., Lexington, at the site of construction of Alpha Gamma Rho and Sigma Chi fraternity house. AGR house will be at the corner of Clifton and Woodland and Sigma Chi, at the corner of Hilltop and Huguelet. Construction on the projects started last week." Received July 26, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1133), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1133b"Construction Started- Dr. Frank D. Peterson, vice president for business administration at the University of Kentucky, checks with Frank Lansdale of Lansdale-Ritchie Construction Co., Lexington, at the site of construction of Alpha Gamma Rho and Sigma Chi fraternity house. AGR house will be at the corner of Clifton and Woodland and Sigma Chi, at the corner of Hilltop and Huguelet. Construction on the projects started last week." Received July 26, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1133), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1134Dr. Frank D. Peterson, is checking with Frank Lansdale of Lansdale-Ritchie Construction Co., at the site of the Alpha Gamma Rho and Sigma Chi fraternity house. Received July 30, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1135The front of the Delta Tau Delta house, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1136"The Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at the University of Kentucky has moved into it's new $150, 000 quarters. Landscaping remains to be completed at the structure, which contains space for 48 students and an apartment for a house mother. Construction of the building was financed by a United States Housing and Home Finance Agency loan." Received March 20, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1137"For Sigma Chi- Construction will be completed this spring on this structure which will house the Sigma Chi fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The $150, 000 building, at the corner of Hilltop and Woodland Avenues, will contain space for 48 fraternity members and an apartment for a house mother. It was financed by a Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency loan." Received March 23, 1961 from Public Relations, 1961, March 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1138The front of the Phi Kappa Tau house, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1138aThe front of the Phi Kappa Tau house (duplicate of image 1138), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Frazee Hall3D1139A view of Frazee Hall from across the lake. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1908]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3D1140A view of Frazee Hall from across the lake. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.3D1141Unidentified people walking by Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire. Photographer: John Sutterfield, [1943]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3D1142An unidentified man is walking by Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1143An unidentified man is is standing beside a sign by Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1958]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3D1144An unidentified man is is standing beside a sign by Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1958]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3D1145Unidentified people are working in the Home Study registration area, now called Independent Study, located in Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1958]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3D1146Unidentified people are working in the Home Study registration area, now called Independent Study, located in Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1958]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3D1147The front entrance of Frazee Hall at night. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1148Unidentified students walking past Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1149Front view of Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. On January 24, 1956, the building was partially destroyed by a fire, [1962]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Frazee Hall- Fire3D1150Frazee Hall being destroyed by a fire on January 24, 1956. "When $350, 000 Fire Hit UK Class Building- Flames pour from windows of Frazee Hall, 54-year-old University of Kentucky classroom building, in a $350, 000 fire Tuesday night. Fire department officials blamed the blaze on an explosion set off by incendiarists. An investigation is under way. The building was a 75% loss. -AP Wire photo." Received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer, 1956, January 24b / w, 6 inches by 9.25 inches.3D1151Firefighters battling 1956 blaze at Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. Photographer: University of Kentucky, 1956, January 24b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1152Firefighters battling 1956 blaze at Frazee Hall. Frazee Hall was built in 1907 and named after David Frances Frazee on June 3, 1931. Photographer: University of Kentucky, 1956, January 24b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building3D1153Funkhouser Building, centered in photograph. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1948]b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.3D1154Mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser. Received August 19, 1999 from Jeff Sheppard, [1948]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches1999UA0623D1155A picture of the Funkhouser building from the old tennis courts (now the Chemistry-Physics Building). The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1156Two signs on the side of the Funkhouser building denoting W. R. Allen Zoology Museum. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1957]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3D1157Two signs on the side of the Funkhouser building denoting W. R. Allen Zoology Museum. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1957]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3D1158A picture of the Funkhouser building at an angle. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1159A picture of the Funkhouser building at an angle from the parking lot. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1160A close up of the mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1161The mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1161aThe mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser (duplicate of image 1161), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1161bThe mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser (duplicate of image 1161), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1161cThe mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser (duplicate of image 1161), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1161dThe mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser (duplicate of image 1161), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Gaines Center for Humanities3D1168A proof sheet of an unidentified staff member, inside the Gaines Center, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1169A proof sheet of two unidentified staff or students, inside the Gaines Center, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1170A proof sheet of two unknown men, inside the Gaines Center, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1171Two unidentified men sit inside a room at the Gaines Center, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1172Proof sheet of the Gaines Center for Humanities, interior and exterior photographs, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1173People sitting in a kitchen in the Gaines Center for Humanities. From left: (back table) Chris Pramuk, Regina Wink, unknown man. (front table) Lisa Rohleder, unknown woman, Fran Stewart, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1174Lisa M. Rohleder (on the left) and an unknown woman inside the Gaines Center, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1175From the left: Lisa M. Rohleder, Fran Stewart, Regina Wink, Chris Pramuk, all sit around a room in the Gaines Center, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1176The large first floor conference room at the Humanities Center is a blend of antique and contemporary furnishings. Enjoying the decor are, from the left: Dr. William Adams of the Advisory Board, Fran Steward, Chris Pramuk, and Regina Wink, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1177Large porches open off a rear wall of the conference center onto a brick patio. Enjoying the warm spring air are, from the left: Regina Wink (foreground), Dr. William Adams, Lisa M. Rohleder, Fran Steward (both walking), Charles Ison (on the porch) and Chris Pramuk (foreground), [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Gatton (Carol Martin) Business and Economics Building2B557Two unidentified construction workers during the construction of the Commerce Building; Public Relations photo, 1962, November 28b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B558The foundation work of the Commerce Building, 1963; Public Relations photo, 1963, August 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B559Construction of Commerce Building; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B560Construction of Commerce Building, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B560aConstruction of Commerce Building; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 560), [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B561Students walking on the walkway to the Commerce Building, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.2B562Architectural drawing of the new Gatton Business and Economics addition, which included a new three-story addition (facing Limestone) and remodeling of the fourth floor of the Commerce Building; illustration by Andrew Lynn Architectural Illustrations, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 10 inches.2B562aArchitectural drawing of the new Gatton Business and Economics addition, which included a new three-story addition (facing Limestone) and remodeling of the fourth floor of the Commerce Building; illustration by Andrew Lynn Architectural Illustrations (duplicate of image 562), [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 10 inches.2B563Architects plans for the new Gatton Business and Economics Building addition to the Commerce Building, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.507386Unidentified men and women are walking past the Carol Martin Gatton College of Economics Building, 2001color, 8.5 inches by 10 inches.Gillis Building3E1178The front of the Gillis Building (then called the Experiment Station). The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis. Photographer: Edgar C. Loevenhart, [1900]b / w, 5.5 inches by 6.5 inches. Photograph is attached to a cardboard mat.3E1179The front of the Gillis Building. The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.3E1180Photograph taken from Administration Drive (looking north). From left to right: Education Building, now Frazee Hall, Alumni Hall (Gymnasium), Administration Building-Old Science and Late Law Building, and Gillis Building, shown in the 1920 "Kentuckian", [1910]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Bottom right corner is torn.3E1181The front of the Gillis Building. The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, [1930]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.3E1182Two cars and two unidentified people are in front of the Gillis Building. The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, [1940]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3E1183A side of the Gillis Building (then called the Administration Annex). The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1184Four unidentified men are moving a desk into the Gillis Building (then called the Administration Annex). The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1185Four unidentified men are moving a table into the Gillis Building (then called the Administration Annex). The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1186The front of the Gillis Building. The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Gluck (Maxwell H.) Equine Research Center3E1187Proof sheet of Mr. and Mrs. John Gaines at the Carnahan House speaking of his contribution to the Equine Center, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1188An architectural drawing of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, which was completed in 1987. The Gluck Equine Research Center is where equine research occurs and is located at the corner of South Limestone and Farm Road, near Commonwealth Stadium. The Equine Research Center is named for Maxwell Henry Gluck. The architects for the Equine Research Center are Bickle Gibson Associates Architects Inc. of Louisville. Drawing by: Andrew Lynn, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1189Keeneland President, Ted Bassett and Otis Singletary are looking at a model of the Equine Research Center, [1986]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1190The front of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center; it was dedicated on June 5, 1987 and named after Maxwell H. and Muriel Gluck, [1986]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1191Mrs. Maxwell H. Gluck and UK President Otis A. Singletary, cut the ribbon to open the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, 1987b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 242.3E1192The Equine Research Hall of Fame. There are six men standing in the center in front of their Hall of Fame plaques, [1987]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1193The front of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center; it was dedicated on June 5, 1987 and named after Maxwell H. and Muriel Gluck, [1988]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1194Drawing of North Site Plan; Nicholasville Road, Maxwell H. Gluck Building, Farm Road, and Horticulture Area, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517416An exterior view of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.Greenhouse3E1195The Greenhouse- about where Patterson monument is. On the left, Administration Building, and on the right is the President's house, [1880]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.3E1196This photograph is taken from where Patterson Monument stood prior to its being moved to its site north of the Administration Building and west of Patterson Office Tower, 1898b / w, 6.5 inches by 11 inches. Photograph is attached to a cardboard mat.Grehan Journalism Building3E1197From left angle, the front side of the Grehan Journalism Building. The Journalism Building was dedicated on November 2, 1951 and named after Enoch Grehan. It is also the home to the independent student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernal", [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1198"The new $425, 000 Journalism Building at the University of Kentucky" Presented to Bureau of Source Material by Dr. Plummer on January 9, 1952. The Journalism Building was dedicated on November 2, 1951 and named after Enoch Grehan. It is also the home to the independent student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernal", [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1199Unidentified students are walking past the Journalism Building. The Journalism Building was dedicated on November 2, 1951 and named after Enoch Grehan. It is also the home to the independent student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernal", [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1199aUnidentified students are walking past the Journalism Building. The Journalism Building was dedicated on November 2, 1951 and named after Enoch Grehan. It is also the home to the independent student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernal" (duplicate of image 1199), [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1199bUnidentified students are walking past the Journalism Building. The Journalism Building was dedicated on November 2, 1951 and named after Enoch Grehan. It is also the home to the independent student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernal" (duplicate of image 1199), [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1200Unidentified students are walking past the Journalism Building in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 15, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1201Six unidentified men are walking past the Journalism Building in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1202The front side of the Grehan Journalism Building. The Journalism Building was dedicated on November 2, 1951 and named after Enoch Grehan. It is also the home to the independent student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernal". Photographer: Photographic Services, 1970, March 4b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1203A drawing of a proposed addition to Grehan Journalism Building. Wickliffe B. Moore was the proposed name for the addition, but the addition was never built, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy negative located in Audio Visual Archives.3E1204A drawing of a proposed addition to Grehan Journalism Building. Wickliffe B. Moore was the proposed name for the addition, but the addition was never built, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy negative located in Audio Visual Archives.3E1204aA drawing of a proposed addition to Grehan Journalism Building. Wickliffe B. Moore was the proposed name for the addition, but the addition was never built. (duplicate of image 1204), [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy negative located in Audio Visual Archives.Guignol477159An unidentified woman is talking with two unidentified African American children, undatedcolor, 8 inches by 10 inches.Guignol- Fire3E1205Guignol, on January 10, 1947, engulfed in flames. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, January 10b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1206Firefighters trying to extinguish the fire. Guignol, on January 10, 1947, engulfed in flames. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, January 10b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1207Fire destroyed the Guignol Theater on Euclid Avenue in 1947. This image is in the C. J. Magazine, Issue June 22, on page 24, image number one. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 113.3E1208Guignol Theater fire. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 114.Gymnasium- Girls3E1209Built to be a cafeteria, then served as gymnasium for women, and later this building became the headquarters for the Department of Buildings and Grounds, [1920]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Kastle Hall3E1212A small image of Kastle Hall. Kastle Hall was built in 1910 and named after Joseph Kastle, [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.3E1213Fallen plaster from the ceiling in a Kastle Hall classroom. Received August 5, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1213aFallen plaster from the ceiling in a Kastle Hall classroom. (duplicate of image 1213), [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1214Fallen plaster from the ceiling in a Kastle Hall classroom. Received August 5, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.KinderCare245511University of Kentucky KinderCare building on the corner of Woodland and Columbia Avenues, 1990b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.King, Helen Alumni House3E1215Alumni Center under construction. The Helen G. King Alumni House was dedicated on October 26, 1963 and named after Helen G. King. Received September 17, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1215aAlumni Center under construction. The Helen G. King Alumni House was dedicated on October 26, 1963 and named after Helen G. King. Received September 17, 1962 from Public Relations. (duplicate of image 1215), [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1216Finishing construction of the Helen King Alumni House. The Helen G. King Alumni House was dedicated on October 26, 1963 and named after Helen G. King, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1217Interior view of the Alumni House. The Helen G. King Alumni House was dedicated on October 26, 1963 and named after Helen G. King. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.King (Margaret I.) Library3E1218Front of Margaret I. King Library under construction, [1931]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.3E1219Front of Margaret I. King Library under construction, [1931]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.3E1220Side of Margaret I. King Library under construction, [1931]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.3E1221Margaret I. King Library, at the University of Kentucky was completed and on June 15, 1931, it was occupied. The building contains 1,000,000 cubic feet of space, [1931]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1222Margaret I. King Library, at the University of Kentucky as it appeared after the opening in 1931. This print is located in the Nollau Nitrate collection box 3, image 1287. Credit is given to University of Kentucky Archives, [1931]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 95.3E1223Exterior of the front of the Margaret I. King Library with porch, now it has no porch. This print is located in the Nollau Nitrate Print File, [1938]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1224View of front entrance showing the porch, [1948]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1225Margaret I. King Library postcard, [1948]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches.3E1226King Library--view from northwest (Lafferty Hall entrance). Received September 22, 1949 from Public Relations. Photographer: Ben L. Williams, Jr, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1227King Library before the Annex or King North was built, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1228Margaret I. King South Library with porch. Porch was destroyed and front lawn filled in when the north wing was built in 1974. Development (central) used this print for a publication, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1229Exterior of the front of the Margaret I. King Library with porch, now it has no porch, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1230Exterior of the front of the Margaret I. King Library with porch, now it has no porch, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1231Margaret I. King Library--view from southwest. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1232Front view of King Library, 1953, Mayb / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.3E1233Front view of King Library, 1953, Mayb / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.3E1234Old main entrance of King Library, [1955]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.3E1235King Library with the original main entrance and porch, 1955, Augustb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1236West side of King Library before the addition. Photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1237Exterior of King Library; completed 1931 and addition completed August of 1962. Received September 17, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1238West side of King Library. Received July 30, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1239King Library with snow, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1240Students sitting on the porch of the King Library. Received September 3, 1965 from Public Relations. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1241Second front entrance created as a result of increased enrollment and need to enlarge the entrance to accommodate the increased student use of this main library. The ornate arched doorway was removed and replaced with a squared entrance with double doors. The original porch remained. Also sidewalks have been added for easier access to the library, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1242Two unidentified students conversing in front of the M. I. King Library, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1242aTwo unidentified students conversing in front of the M. I. King Library. Received May 26, 1969 from the Architecture Department. (duplicate of image 1242), [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1242bTwo unidentified students conversing in front of the M. I. King Library. Received May 26, 1969 from the Architecture Department. (duplicate of image 1242), [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1243Three unidentified men kicking a ball on the sidewalk in front of the M. I. King Library. This photo appears second on page 195 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1244The M. I. King Library showing the North and South wings with the connecting bridge which was built in 1974. This photo accredited to the University of Kentucky Information Services, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1245Bridge removal between King North and King South, 2000, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1246Bridge removal between King North and King South--Interior view for the doorway to the bridge, 2000, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate made from the negative of image 1338.3E1247This photo appeared on the cover of "Choice" journal in May of 1982. This is not the complete photograph, [1981]color, 8 inches by 8 inches.3E1248Margaret I. King Library South exterior with bridge, [1982]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3E1249Back side of Margaret I. King Library South exterior with bridge. This photo appeared on the cover of "Choice" journal in May of 1982. This is not the complete photograph, [1982]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.3E1250View of M. I. King Library, from northwest, showing bridge to King- North building, [1986]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1251View of M. I. King Library, from northwest, showing bridge to King- North building, [1986]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3E1252Bridge connecting King South to King North, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1253Students pass under the bridge that connects M. I. King Library North and South, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1253aStudents pass under the bridge that connects M. I. King Library North and South (duplicate of image 1253), [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1253bStudents pass under the bridge that connects M. I. King Library North and South (duplicate of image 1253), [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1254The bridge that connects M. I. King Library North and South, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1255Students looking through books at the Library book sale, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.3E1256M. I. King Library North, with bridge, [1990]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.3E1257Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1258Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1259Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1260Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1261Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1262Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1263Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.3E1264Bridge Removal-- January of 2000, the bridge was removed from between King North and South, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.436916Unidentified men are constructing the Margaret I. King Library. Warner and Mitchell, Architects Cleveland, Ohio, [1930]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.436917The exterior of the Margaret I. King Library, [1931]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph is copied from a print in the Nollau Nitrate Print File (# 1286 - A).436918An unidentified man is walking out of the Margaret I. King Library at night, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received by Public Relations in December of 1960.507368The front of the M. I. King Library Building after the connecting bridge was removed, [2000]color, 4 inches by 6 inches.507369The entrance to the M. I. King Library Building after the connecting bridge was removed, [2000]color, 4 inches by 6 inches.507370An interior view from a fourth floor window, over looking the great hall of the M. I. King Library Building, [2003]color, 4 inches by 6 inches.507371An interior view of the Great Hall in the M. I. King Special Collections' Research Room, [2003]color, 4 inches by 6 inches 507372The lobby of the M. I. King Library. There is a portrait of Laura Clay over an exhibit case, [2003]color, 4 inches by 6 inches 507373Portrait, desk, and other artifacts used by President James K. Patterson are displayed in the lobby of the M. I. King Library. As of 2005 most of these items are in the President's board room in the main building, [2003]color, 4 inches by 6 inches.507374A portrait of Governor Bert Combs. The Appalachian Collection is named after him. The portrait is exhibited in the M. I. King Library, undatedcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.King (Margaret I.) Library- Annex4A1265Architectural drawing of the addition to the Margaret I. King Library. Architects: John F. Wilson and Associates. News release from Public Relations: October 19, 1960, showing the rendering as it will appear after the two million dollar addition is built. Construction began on July 31, 1961; completed August of 1962 and in April of 1963 it was dedicated, [1960]b / w, 5.75 inches by 9.5 inches.4A1266Architectural drawing of the addition to the Margaret I. King Library. Architects: John F. Wilson and Associates. Received October 5, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1267Ground breaking of the Annex to M. I. King Library in January of 1961. Speaking is President Frank G. Dickey. Left to right: Walter Hillenmeyer (Board of Trustees), three unknowns, and former President Herman Lee Donovan. Received September 8, 1961 from Public Relations, 1961, July 31b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1268Ground breaking: President Frank G. Dickey, Mr. Robert Hillenmeyer, Roscoe Pierson, [Mr. Watkins and Mr. Townsend], President Emeritus Herman Lee Donovan, 1961, July 31b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1269Ground breaking: Robert Hillenmeyer (standing), Roscoe Pierson, William H. Townsend and Dr. H. L. Donovan (all sitting), 1961, July 31b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1270Ground breaking: Staff members and visitors seen here include Dr. H. H. Jack, Professor Thos. Marley, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. O'Rourke, Mr. Herbert Finch, Miss Dorothy Salmon, Mrs. Ellen Stutsman, Mr. Jim Gribble, Dr. R. D. Gilliam, Dr. H. P. Riley, Mrs. Frances Shine, Dr. Abby Marlatt, Architect John F. Wilson, Mrs. LaDonna Scruggs, Dr. H. E. Wetzel, and Miss Emily H. Dawson, 1961, July 31b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1271Excavation for new wing of M. I. King Library. Received in September of 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 4 inches by 10.25 inches.4A1272Exterior of the Annex of M. I. King Library, completed August of 1962. In the background, Pence Hall. Received October 10, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1273Margaret I. King south additions-- stacks and study carrel area. Credited to the University of Kentucky Information Services, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1274Construction and remodeling of M. I. King Library. Photo taken by Jane Stanger and donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4A1275Finished construction and remodeling of M. I. King Library. Photo taken by Terry Worth and donated by Frank Stanger, 2000, July 23color, 4 inches by 6 inches.King (Margaret I.) Library- Annex- Dedication4A1276Lawrence S. Thompson (director) and Mrs. William R. Moody at Spindletop for the dedication of the M. I. King Annex, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1277At the dedication of the King Annex, W. Hugh Peal and Clinton Harbison (in the Rare Book Room); with backs to camera: Mary Elizabeth Hanson, Dr. George Doyle, Mrs. Ellen Stutsman, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1278At the Guignol Theater for the dedication of the King Library Annex, Mr. and Mrs. Philip N. Sang, and Professor Thomas B. Stroup, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1279At the Guignol Theater for the dedication of the King Library Annex, Philip N. Sang and Frank J. Dickey, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1280The dedication of the Margaret I. King Library Annex. Lexington Herald- Leader Staff Photo, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1281In the Rare Book Room in Spindletop, for the dedication of the King Library Annex, Hugh Peal and Helen King, with Margaret Lisle in the rear, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1282At the dedication of the King Annex, Helen King pouring, Sir Frank Francis (standing), Susan Scholtz (librarian of Asbury Theology Seminary), 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1283At the dedication of the King Annex, Helen King pouring, Mrs. Thomas C. Underwood (directly behind Miss King), Miss Susan Schultz (with cup in hand), and Sir Frank C. Francis, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1283aAt the dedication of the King Annex, Helen King pouring, Mrs. Thomas C. Underwood, Susan Schultz, Sir Frank C. Francis, Mrs. Thomas Underwood, Bishop W. R. Mordy, Dr. Caroline Scott, Fred Crawford, Mrs. W. R. Mordy (duplicate of image 1283), 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1284At the dedication of the King Annex, Helen King pouring for William Sherwood, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1285Frank Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Hyde, attending the dedication at Guignol Theater, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1286Frank Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Hyde, attending the dedication at Guignol Theater, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1287At the dedication at Spindletop, from left to right: Rudolf Wunderlich, Worring Jones, Morris Saffron, and Edwin Holden, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1288At the dedication at Keeneland, Joseph McMullan, Adele Headly, and Caroline Porter, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1289At the dedication at Keeneland, Charles Gosnell, librarian of New York University (standing in doorway), 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1290At the dedication at Keeneland, Mrs. T. Spaulding and two unidentified men, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1291At the dedication at Keeneland, Donald Hyde and Mrs. King- Buckley, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1292At the dedication at Keeneland, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hyde, Mrs. Amelia King- Buckley, and Morris Saffron, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1293At the dedication at Spindletop, L. S. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Philip N. Sang, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1294At the dedication at Spindletop, W. Hugh Peal, Mrs. Peal (with her hand on her cheek), A. D. Albright (bald head), Mrs. Frank Dickey, and Thomas D. Clark, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1294aAt the dedication at Spindletop, W. Hugh Peal, Mrs. Peal (with her hand on her cheek), A. D. Albright (bald head), Mrs. Frank Dickey, and Thomas D. Clark (duplicate of image 1294), 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1295At the dedication at Spindletop, Walter Pforzheimer, W. Hugh Peal, H. P. Riley. Man with his back to the ladies is David Jonah; Mrs. Frank Dickey, mother of President Dickey (standing), and Mrs. A. D. Albright is pouring, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1296Unidentified attendees at the dedication of the Rare Book Room, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1296aAt the dedication at Rare Book Room, Clinton Harbison, Frederick Goff and Jaqueline Bull is to the left (duplicate of image 1296), 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1297At the dedication at Spindletop, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip N. Sang, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1298At the dedication at Spindletop, H. L. Donovan, J. Winston Coleman, Jr.; at the back table from left to right: Sarah Cook, Mr. Dwight Tenny (facing camera), and Miss Virginia Heyes, 1963, April 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.King (Margaret I.) Library- Annex- Interior4A1299Students studying in the reserved Book Room on the first floor of the King Library Annex. Picture is taken from outside the window looking in. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1300Patron in King Library Annex, showing the stacks and graduate carrels, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1301Shelving of King Library Annex. Received June 4, 1962 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1302Students studying in King Library Annex, Reference Room on the first floor. Received September 13, 1966 from Public Relations, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1303An unidentified man is standing at printers in the computer lab, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1304Five unidentified people are looking at a computer in the computer lab, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1305An unidentified man is working on a computer in the computer lab, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1306An unidentified woman is typing a paper in the computer lab, [1984]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4A1307An unidentified woman is looking at a computer in the computer lab, [1984]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4A1308An unidentified woman is working on a computer in the reference room, [1984]b / w, 5.25 inches by 8 inches.275670Students study in the library, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.King (Margaret I.) Library- Interior4A1309The far north end of the Breckinridge room (now the display room). See Nollau Nitrate Print File No. 1279A, [1933]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1310Students studying in the Reserve Room, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1311Circulation Desk--Circulation Desk--Great Hall, second floor; woman behind desk is Thelma Rogers, man behind desk (facing) is Ed Hall, man behind desk (back) is Ray Adams, and the woman on the other side of the desk is Sally Poundstone, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1312Reference Room/ Breckinridge Room; woman on the left is Mrs. Juanita Jackson, and the woman on the right is Miss Norma Cass, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1313View of one end of former Browsing Room before the 1963 addition to King Library; shows WPA mural on west wall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy of negative is in audiovisual Archives.4A1314Mural in old Thruston Browsing Room of the Library. This can be seen on the west wall, while standing in room 201A, [1957]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy of negative is in audiovisual Archives.4A1315Reference Room, from south Breckinridge Room; second from of King Library, decorative ceilings and walls, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1316Breckinridge Room (Reference Room)--students studying. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1317Breckinridge Room (Reference Room)--students studying. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1318An unidentified woman is seated at the circulation desk in the Great Hall in King Library, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1319Students studying at night in the Browsing Room on the second floor of King Library. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1319aStudents studying at night in the Browsing Room on the second floor of King Library. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1319), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1320Man studying in the Browsing Room on the second floor of King Library. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1321A man studying in the open stacks area in the M. I. King Library, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1322Two male students are moving items into or out of the Annex of the King Library. Received June 4, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1323Students studying at night in the Breckinridge Room of King Library, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1324Students studying at night in the Breckinridge Room of King Library, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1325As the result of adding the central air conditioning to the building, the renovation of the Great Hall in King Library covered the raised ceiling and skylight with a drop ceiling. Transferred March 16, 1964 from Public Relations to University Archives, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1326Students studying in the Breckinridge Room of King Library (overhead view), [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1327Students studying in the Breckinridge Room of King Library (overhead view), [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1328Overhead view of the Reading Room in King Library, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1329Students studying in the Breckinridge Room of King Library, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1330Open stacks in the King Library went up to the fifth floor (now presently Special Archives and closed stacks). Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1331Interior entrance of the King Library. This image appears first on page 130 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1332View from fourth floor down onto the second floor Reading Room, also called the Great Hall, [1970]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Scanned for Special Collections Brochure No. 27.4A1333Business Library Reading Room (in former Reference Room); right, rear: (standing) Paul Thompson, [1980]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4A1334An unidentified female student walking off the bridge that connected King North and King South, into the Great Hall on the fourth floor, 1984b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1335An image of the Great Hall, located on the fourth floor of the King Library, taken from the fourth floor, 1984b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1335aAn image of the Great Hall, located on the second floor of the King Library, taken from the fourth floor (duplicate of image 1335), 1984b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1336Two unidentified students are walking off the bridge, that connected King North and King South, into the Great Hall on the fourth floor, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1337Two unidentified students are walking off the bridge, that connected King North and King South, into the Great Hall on the fourth floor, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4A1338Door to cross bridge to Periodicals is closed during the bridge removal, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4A1339Door to cross bridge to Periodicals is closed during the bridge removal, 2000, Januarycolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4A1340Inside core stacks of King Library, [2000]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4A1341Shelving inside core stacks of King Library, [2000]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.436919The browsing room in the Margaret I. King Library with bookcases on the walls and people sitting in the chairs reading, [1930]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.King (Margaret I.) Library- North (presently Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library)4B1342A color photo of the renovation of room 110, the Special Collections Department. Unidentified men are building new offices. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1343A color photo of the renovation of room 110, the Special Collections Department. Unidentified men are building new offices. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1344A color photo of the renovation of room 110, the Special Collections Department. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1345A color photo of shelving being put up in the Peal Gallery in the Margaret I. King North Library. Mr. Peal is one of the first to give books to the University of Kentucky. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1346A color photo of the renovation of room 110, the Special Collections Department. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1347A color photo of the Patterson room in the Margaret I. King North Library in Special Collections and Archives. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1348A color photo of the Patterson room in the Margaret I. King North Library in Special Collections and Archives. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1349A color photo of the Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1350A color photo of the Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1351A color photo of the Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1352A color photo of the Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1353A color photo of the Research/ Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1354A color photo of the Research/ Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. The desk at the left was Vice President Barkley's desk from the United States Senate. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1355A color photo of the Research/ Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. The desk at the left was Vice President Barkley's desk from the United States Senate. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1356A color photo of the Research/ Reading Room in Margaret I. King North Library. The desk at the left was Vice President Barkley's desk from the United States Senate. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1357A color photo of an unidentified person building shelves for periodicals and serials on the second floor of Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1358A color photo of an unidentified person building shelves for periodicals and serials on the second floor of Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1359A color photo of an unidentified person building shelves for periodicals and serials on the second floor of Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1360A color photo of room 110, the Special Collections Department, after the renovation. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1361A color photo of the Rare Book Room and installation of compact shelving during the renovation of Special Collections and Archives in Margaret I. King North Library. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1362A color photo of room 110, the Special Collections Department, after the renovation. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1363A color photo of an office in room 110, the Special Collections Department, after the renovation. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1364A color photo of an office in room 110, the Special Collections Department, after the renovation. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1985]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1365One side of the exterior of Margaret I. King North (now the Fine Arts Library), [1989]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.4B1366View, southeast, of King Library-North, [1989]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.4B1367Students pass under the bridge that connected M. I. King North to King South, 1989, Februaryb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1367aStudents pass under the bridge that connected M. I. King North to King South (duplicate of image 1367), 1989, Februaryb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1367bStudents pass under the bridge that connected M. I. King North to King South (duplicate of image 1367), 1989, Februaryb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1368Front of Margaret I. King North and the connecting bridge, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1369A color photo of room 110, the Special Collections Department, after the renovation. Photographer: Terry Warth, [1997]color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.4B1370Special Collections reading room in King North Photographer: Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1371Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1372Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1373Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1374Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1375Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1376Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1377King North, Director of the library office. Photographer: Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1378Peal Gallery in the King North building. Photographer: Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1379Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1380Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1381Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1382Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1383Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1384Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, August color, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1385Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1386Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1387Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1388Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1389Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1390Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1391Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1392Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1393Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, August color, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1394Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1395Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1396Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1397Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1398Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1399Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1400Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1401Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1402Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1403Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1404Photos taken by Jane Stanger, donated by Frank Stanger, 1999, Augustcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.4B1405View from the southeast, Margaret I. King North Library, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services Negative File- Regular Series No. 17385.Lafferty Hall4B1406A sketch of the Law Building, designed by Ernst Vern Johnson, [1937]b / w, 8 inches by 12 inches.4B1407Old Law Building, [1948]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.4B1408Law Building court room. Photographer: Thomas V. Miller, Jr. of the Courier Journal and Louisville Times, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 124.4B1409The front of Lafferty Hall, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Lancaster Aquatic Center4B1410Construction of the Lancaster Aquatic Center, 1987b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 239.4B1411People are swimming laps in the large swimming pool in the Aquatic Center, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1412People are swimming laps in the large swimming pool in the Aquatic Center, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1413Large swimming pool in the Aquatic Center, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.477173The proposed Harry C. Lancaster Aquatic Center, an addition to the Seaton Center, undatedcolor, 8 inches by 10 inches.Law Building4B1414Construction of the Law Building. From left to right: Paul Oberst and two unknowns. Received July 2, 1964 from Public Relations, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1415Construction of the Law Building, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1416Entrance of the College of Law Building, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1417Entrance of the College of Law Building, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1418Entrance of the College of Law Building, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1418aEntrance of the College of Law Building (duplicate of image 1418), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1418bEntrance of the College of Law Building (duplicate of image 1418), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1418cEntrance of the College of Law Building (duplicate of image 1418), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Little Commons4B1419" 'Little Commons,' put up at the University of Kentucky after World War II, will be raised and the concrete floor will be used for a parking lot. It will handle about twenty cars." Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1419a" 'Little Commons,' put up at the University of Kentucky after World War II, will be raised and the concrete floor will be used for a parking lot. It will handle about twenty cars." Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1420A man removing the sign to Little Commons. Received October 26, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1420aA man removing the sign to Little Commons. Received October 26, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Mathews Building4B1421The Agriculture Building (Mathews Building) on the eve of World War I, undatedb / w, 4.5 inches by 10 inches.4B1422The Agriculture Building (Mathews Building), undatedb / w, 6.75 inches by 9 inches.4B1423A small photo of the Agriculture Building (Mathews Building), undatedb / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.4B1424Entrance to Mathews Building, undatedb / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.Maxwell Place4B1425Group of male students in 1886 or 1887; photo probably taken in the yard of Maxwell Place. Some of the names listed are: (fourth) Jesse Mills, (sixth) Keene R. Forston, (ninth) James Guthrie Herr, (thirteenth) J. Tandy Ellis , [1886]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is printed on cardboard and is splitting down the middle; it has some tape holding it together.4B1426A small photo of the President's House (Maxwell Place), [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.4B1426-2A plaque donated by Herman and Nell Donovan, dated 1941-1956: "We will remember always Maxwell Place- Its spacious lawns; beautiful trees, lovely shrubs and its garden of vegetables and flowers but best of all we will remember the gracious friends, colleagues and neighbors who have come to see us while we have dwelt in this lovely old home; we will remember." Received August 6, 1956 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1427Maxwell Place. Received September 4, 1956 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1428Inside Maxwell Place; Mrs. Frank G. Dickey with three men- the man to her right may be Mr. Hillenmeyer. Received January 5, 1947 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1429Inside Maxwell Place; September 23, 1958, University of Kentucky's Women's Club. From right: unknown, Bonnie Bradley, Mrs. Frank G. Dickey, E. Diashun, and two unknowns. This is a Herald Leader Photograph. Received October 8, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1430A snowy day at Maxwell Place with a snow shovel on Rose Street, 1968, January 13b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.4B1431A snowy day at Maxwell Place with a snow shovel on Rose Street, 1968, January 13b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.4B1432A snowy day at Maxwell Place, 1968, January 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1433A snowy day at Maxwell Place (smaller duplicate of image 1432), 1968, January 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1434A snowy day at Maxwell Place, 1968, January 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4B1435View of Maxwell Place from the front driveway, undatedcolor, 5 inches by 5 inches.4B1436Front of Maxwell Place, undatedcolor, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1437A photo of a plaque describing a brief history of Maxwell Place, an inscription by Henry Clay is located on the plaque, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1438A photo of a plaque inscribed by the Donovan's as they left Maxwell Place, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1439A photo of a plaque inscribed by the Dickey's as they left Maxwell Place, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1440A photo of a plaque inscribed by the Oswald's as they left Maxwell Place, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4B1441A photo of a plaque inscribed by the Kirwan's as they left Maxwell Place, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Maxwell Place- Interior4C1442Governor Bert Combs and President Dickey are in a fallout shelter, in the basement of Maxwell Place, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1443Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1444Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1445Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 5 inches.4C1446Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1447Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1448Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1449Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1450Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1451Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1452Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1453Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1454Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1455Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1456Interior of Maxwell Place. Received from papers of Otis Singletary, 1969-1987color, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1457The dinning room table inside Maxwell Place, decorated for Christmas, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 5 inches by 5 inches.4C1458The dinning room table inside Maxwell Place, decorated for Christmas, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 5 inches by 5 inches.4C1459A Christmas tree inside Maxwell Place, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 5 inches by 5 inches.4C1460The door inside Maxwell Place is decorated for Christmas, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 5 inches by 5 inches.4C1461A photo sheet of Maxwell Place decorated for Christmas, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.4C1462A photo sheet of Maxwell Place decorated for Christmas, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1462A photo sheet of Maxwell Place decorated for Christmas, while President Roselle was the resident, [1987-1989]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.Maxwell Spring4C1463Maxwell Springs--on James Mulligain's land or at Maxwell Place, [1800]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1464One man collecting water from the spring with buckets and a boy is facing the camera with a bucket, [1885]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 007.4C1465Unidentified students are relaxing at Maxwell Spring, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 028.4C1466Maxwell Spring, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 029.4C1467Four men standing near the Gazebo at the Spring, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1468Gazebo near old bleachers, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.McVey Hall4C1469Architecture drawing of McVey Hall. Received from McVey files, [1927]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1470Architecture drawing of McVey Hall. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files, [1927]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1471Small photo of McVey Hall, [1940]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.4C1472Small photo of McVey Hall, [1956]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.4C1473"UK's Radio Tower Dressed Up For Holiday's--The University of Kentucky's 148-foot radio tower, located near McVey Hall, is being painted this week by the R. F. Burton Tower Construction Company. Painters had completed about half the assignment yesterday (Friday). Pictured here are Homer Burton and Eldon Burton, both of Lexington. The University's Division of Maintenance and Operations has awarded the painting contract to the local firm because the hazardous nature of the work requires specialists skilled in high altitude painting." Received December 21, 1956 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1474"UK's Radio Tower Dressed Up For Holiday's--The University of Kentucky's 148-foot radio tower, located near McVey Hall, is being painted this week by the R. F. Burton Tower Construction Company. Painters had completed about half the assignment yesterday (Friday). Pictured here are Homer Burton and Eldon Burton, both of Lexington. The University's Division of Maintenance and Operations has awarded the painting contract to the local firm because the hazardous nature of the work requires specialists skilled in high altitude painting." Received December 21, 1956 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1475Radio Tower on McVey Hall. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1476Students in front of McVey Hall, in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1477Students walking in McVey Hall, in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1478Radio Tower on McVey Hall. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Mechanical Hall (Old F. Paul Anderson Hall)4C1479Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings. This photo was donated by T. W. Scholtz, [1860]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.4C1480Side view of Anderson Hall, [1860]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches.4C1481Mechanical Hall showing addition, [1900]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Visual File No. 26.4C1482Small photo of Mechanical Hall, [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.4C1483Colorized card of "Mechanical Hall--State College of Kentucky", [1914]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1484Urinal at Mechanical Hall. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files, [1919]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1484aUrinal at Mechanical Hall. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files (duplicate of image 1484), [1919]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1485Front view of Mechanical Hall with ivy and two men in front, [1920]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1486Color picture of Mechanical Hall, [1920]color, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1487Anderson Hall--Engineering West, [1940]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1488College of Engineering, Anderson Hall, formerly Mechanical Hall, [1940]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1489Students walking past Mechanical Hall. Received August 19, 1999 from Public Relations, [1948]b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches.4C1490Engineering Building--North Side. Received October of 1949 from Public Relations, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1491Front of Mechanical Hall, [1950]b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.75 inches.4C1492Anderson Hall--Engineering Building, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1493Old Mechanical (Anderson) Hall, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1494Front view of Anderson Hall, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1495Anderson Hall--Engineering Building, [1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4C1496Front entrance of Mechanical Hall, [1957]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.4C1497Front entrance of Mechanical Hall, [1957]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.4C1498Mechanical Hall, in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations. Photographer: Thomasson-Smith, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1499Anderson Hall. Received November 27, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1500Students walking by and cars parked in front of Anderson Hall. Received November 27, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1501Student, John Troy is walking near the Engineering Building. Received December 5, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1502Roof top view of Anderson Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1503Roof top view of Anderson Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1504Anderson Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1505Student studying under tree in front of Mechanical Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1506Various shots of Anderson Hall, 1963b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches.Medical Center, A. B. Chandler 4C1507Sketch of Medical Center. Received January 8, 1960 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1507aSketch of Medical Center. Received January 8, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1507), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1507bSketch of Medical Center. Received January 8, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1507), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1508Architectural drawing of Medical Center at the University of Kentucky, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1508aArchitectural drawing of Medical Center at the University of Kentucky (duplicate of image 1508), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1508bArchitectural drawing of Medical Center at the University of Kentucky (duplicate of image 1508), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1509Block drawing of Medical Center. Received June 27, 1956 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1510The groundbreaking, December 10, 1957, for the Chandler Medical Center. Photographer: Herald- Leader, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4C1511Medical Center construction. Received November 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1512Medical Center construction. Received November 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1513Pictured are Alfred Brandon (left), Dr. Chambers (third from left), Dr. Richardson Noback, Russ White. Received February 6, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1514Medical Center construction. Received June 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1515Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1516Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1517Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1518Medical Center construction. Received September 25, 1959 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1519Medical Center construction. Received August 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1520Medical Center construction with a sign that lists the architects, engineers, building units, and the general contractors for the different building units. Received August 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1521Medical Center construction. Received August 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1522Medical Center construction. Received August 16, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy of the negative in the audiovisual Copy Negative File.4D1523Medical Center construction. Received September 27, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1523aMedical Center construction. Received September 27, 1958 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1523), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1524Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1525Medical Center construction. Received December 6, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1526Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1527Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1528Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1529Medical Center construction. Received November 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1530Medical Center construction. Received September 25, 1959 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1531Medical Center construction. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1532Aerial view of Chandler Medical Center under construction and some of UK's campus. Received August 4, 1959 from Public Relations. Photographer: Ed Weddle, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1533Medical Center construction. Received July 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1534Medical Center construction. Received July 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1535Medical Center construction. Received July 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1536Medical Center construction. Received July 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1537Medical Center construction. Received September 25, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1538Makeshift office for members of the Medical Center staff until new Center is available. Received December 11, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1538aMakeshift office for members of the Medical Center staff until new Center is available. Received December 11, 1959 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1538), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1539Photo of various cars parked in front of the Freeman House of the Medical School. Received November 2, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1540Aerial view of Medical Center and UK campus. Photographer: Ohio State University, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1541Cars parked in front of Medical Center. Received July 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1542Cars parked in front of Medical Center. Received July 1, 1959 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1543Aerial view of Medical Center while under construction. Received September 21, 1960 from Herald Leader, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1544Cars parked in front of Medical Center. Received August 13, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1545Medical Center construction. Received July 10, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1546Medical Center construction and the construction of the parking lot in front of the Medical Center. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1547Cars parked in front of Medical Center construction site. Received August of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1548Medical Center construction. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1549Medical Center construction. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1550Medical Center construction. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1551Medical Center construction. Received April 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1552Cars parked in front of Medical Center construction site. Received August 13, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1553Cars parked in front of Medical Center construction site. Received August of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1554Medical Center construction. Received September of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1554aMedical Center construction. Received September of 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1554), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1555Cars parked in front of Medical Center construction site. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1555aCars parked in front of Medical Center construction site. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1555), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1556Three unidentified men. Received September of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1557Unidentified woman in lab, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1558University of Kentucky Research students, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1559Carl Weber Watson, class of 1960, stands before a microscope, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1560View of lab and blackboard in a Medical Center laboratory. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1560aView of lab and blackboard in a Medical Center laboratory. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1560), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1560bView of lab and blackboard in a Medical Center laboratory. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1560), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1561Alfred Brandon (left), Medical Librarian and Jess Martin (right), assistant Medical Librarian, watch superintendent Thomas Haskell tighten a cross brace for shelving in the UK Medical Center Science Library. Received December of 1959 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1562Medical Center Library. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1562aMedical Center Library. Received September 22, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1562), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1563From left to right: Professor Robert Straus (College of Medicine) and an unidentified woman are inspecting equipment, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1563aFrom left to right: Professor Robert Straus (College of Medicine) and an unidentified woman are inspecting equipment (duplicate of image 1563), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1564Medical Center construction. Received August 15, 1961 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1565Aerial view of Medical Center while under construction. Received September 21, 1960 from Herald Leader, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1565aAerial view of Medical Center while under construction. Received September 21, 1960 from Herald Leader (duplicate of image 1565), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1565bAerial view of Medical Center while under construction. Received September 21, 1960 from Herald Leader (duplicate of image 1565), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1565cAerial view of Medical Center while under construction. Received September 21, 1960 from Herald Leader (duplicate of image 1565), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1566Miss Sue Lencke serves Governor Bert Combs a cup of coffee in the boiler room of the new UK Medical Center, emphasizing the cleanliness of new coal- burning facilities. Also pictured are Fred Bullard (left), executive secretary of the Kentucky Coal Association and Joseph E. Moody, president of the National Coal Policy Conference. Received November 10, 1960 from Herald Leader, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1567Man unloading boxes from the back of a truck onto the porch of a house, with the Medical Center in the background. Received December 16, 1959 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1568Pictured from the left are: Dr. Alan Ross, Robert E. McCafferty, William Knisely, Robert Straus, Dean William R. Willar, Joseph Parker, Edmund Pellegrino, and George D. Schwert. Received February 5, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1569Aerial view from the south of the Medical Center. Received May 2, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1570Aerial view from the south of the Medical Center. Received May 2, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1571Aerial view from the south of the Medical Center, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1572Patterned wall in the Medical Center, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1573Two men view a "History of Embryology" exhibit. Received September 20, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4D1574Two men view a "History of Embryology" exhibit. Received September 20, 1961 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1573), [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1576Science Institute, laboratory activity with three unidentified people. Received July 13, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1577Dr. John H. Githens (left), chairman of the Pediatric Department accepts $5,000 in research funds from W. H. Rennie, Jr. Received April 27, 1962 from Public Relations. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1578Four unidentified men stand together, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1579Various unidentified people are gathered around a podium; second woman on the right is R. Eubank. Herald-Leader Photograph, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1581Dentistry wing, Medical Sciences Building. Received July 11, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1582Mrs. Herbert Riley (right), Mrs. James A. Lollis (third from right), and Mrs. Bobby Rauanourgh (front left). Received May 2, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1583Appeared in "Our University"- November 1964 Touring the Medical Center, from left to right: Dr. Tom F. Whayne, professor of Community Medicine, assistant Vice-President of the Medical Center and assistant Dean of the College of Medicine; William A. Egan, governor of Alaska; Dr. John Oswald, President of UK; and Ruth Murphy, administrative assistant at Municipal and County Affairs in Frankfort. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and associates, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1584From left to right: Mrs. Bette Corum, Mrs. Judi Pulito, Miss Sissy Leachman, and Mrs. Sonja Kabzinski; all guides at the UK Medical Center. Received February 26, 1965 from Public Relations, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1585Sculpture in front of the Chandler Medical Center. Lexington Herald-Leader Staff Photograph, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1586Front of the Medical Center, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1587Front of the Medical Center. Received October 1, 1965 from Radio Arts and TV. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce , [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1588Pictured are members of the Ohio Valley Regional Medical Program Board: Back row-eleventh person going left to right: Dr. Peter Bosomworth, Winrur Williams Smith, 1967, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1589Cars parked in front of the Medical Center, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1589aCars parked in front of the Medical Center (duplicate of image 1589), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1589bCars parked in front of the Medical Center (duplicate of image 1589), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1589cCars parked in front of the Medical Center (duplicate of image 1589), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1590The Albert B. Chandler Medical Center, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1591Dr. Peter Bosomworth-Chancellor with the Medical Center behind him, [1972]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4E1592Medical Center Cabinet- Head of the table: Dr. Peter Bosomoworth- Chancellor, [1972]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4E1593Members of the Medical Center seated around a table, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1594The Brioschi sculpture was moved in 1973 from the front of the Chandler Medical Center to make way for the five million dollar addition, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 200.4E1595Walkway over Rose Street connecting to the Medical Center, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1596Proof sheet- nine images of an unidentified couple in front of the Medical Center, used as part of the Blue Plan promotion, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1597Two unidentified women are standing in the operating room in the Critical Care Center of the UK Medical Center, 1990, Septemberb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.436920The initial ground breaking ceremony for the medical center. Former President Herman Donovan (right), President Frank Dickey (center), Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler (third from right, digging), and Dean William Willard (far left), 1957, December 10b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.436921The construction of the Chandler Medical Center, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph and was in a special edition of the Herald-Leader.436922The construction of the Chandler Medical Center, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph and was in a special edition of the Herald-Leader.436923The exterior with the mosaic on the front of the Chandler Medical Center, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph and was in a special edition of the Herald-Leader.436924An unidentified man is looking at mosaic on the exterior of the Chandler Medical Center, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph and was in a special edition of the Herald-Leader.436925A mural inside the Chandler Medical Center, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph and was in a special edition of the Herald-Leader.517445The mural in the Medical Center. Artist Anton Refregier of New York is observing the installment of the mural that he painted. The mural is named "The Science of Man" and is located in the main lobby, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517454A biochemistry laboratory, 1960, September 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Medical Center, A. B. Chandler - Dedication4E1600President Frank G. Dickey (far right) is conversing with two unidentified people, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1601Three unidentified women are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1602Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1603Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1604Unidentified women are standing around a punch table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1605An unidentified woman is pouring punch in to cups and serving to women, at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1606An unidentified woman is pouring punch in to cups and serving to women, at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1607Two unidentified men are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1608From left to right: Dean Drake, Mrs. William R. Willard, Mr. William R. Willard, and an unidentified man are at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1609Two unidentified men are shaking hands at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1610Two unidentified people are looking at books in the library at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1611Two unidentified men and two unidentified women are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1612Two unidentified women are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1613An unidentified woman and an unidentified man are shaking hands at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1614An unidentified woman is giving a speech at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1615An unidentified woman is giving a speech at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1616An unidentified woman is giving a speech at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1617An unidentified woman is giving a speech at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1618William R. Willard, the first Vice President of the Medical Center is speaking at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1619William R. Willard, the first Vice President of the Medical Center is speaking at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 150.4E1620Eiservan Massil is speaking at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1621President Dickey is speaking at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1622President Frank Dickey is speaking at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1623Governor Bert Combs is speaking at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1624Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1625Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1626Unidentified people are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1627Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1628Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1629Unidentified people are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1630Unidentified women are sitting at a table at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1631M. A. Dake (second from right) is standing in a room with unidentified people at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1632Five unidentified people are standing in a room at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1633Wendell Ford shaking hands with unidentified people at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1634Four men and a woman are looking at a cabinet / sink combination at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1635Three women are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1636Two women and one man are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1637Three women and President Dickey are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1638Three women and President Dickey are conversing at the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.245500Dr. Frank G. Dickey (left) and Dr. William R. Willard (right) with an unidentified woman, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285784Medical Center dedication; From left: Dr. Morris, Governor Combs, Fogarty, Dr. Willard, and Dr. Dickey, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285784aMedical Center dedication; From left: Dr. Morris, Governor Combs, Fogarty, Dr. Willard, and Dr. Dickey, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.285784bMedical Center dedication; From left: Dr. Morris, Governor Combs, Fogarty, Dr. Willard, and Dr. Dickey, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.285785Medical Center dedication; From left: Harold L. Hillenbrand, D. D. S., Secretary of the American Dental Association; Congressman John E. Fogarty; Reginald Sullens, American Association of Dental Schools; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285786Congressman John Fogarty of Rhode Island speaking at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285787Medical Center dedication; From left: Dr. Willard (speaking), Congressman John Fogarty, two unidentified, Harold L. Hillenbrand, Paul Blazer, Governor Combs, President Frank Dickey, unidentified, Dr. Raymond E. Meyers (University of Louisville Dean), and Dr. Albright, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285788Medical Center dedication; From left: Raymond J. Nagle, D. D. S.; Seymour Kreshover, D. D. S., M. D., Associate Director, N. I. of Dental Research; Roy O. Greep, M. S., Ph.D, Dean of Harward School of Dental Medicine; Lester W. Burket, M. D., D. D. S., Dean of Pennsylvania College of Dentistry; John Hein, D. D. S., Ph.D, Director of Forsyth Dental Infirmary, Boston, MA , 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285789Dr. Willard (fifth from right), President Frank Dickey (fourth from right), and unidentified men and women conversing at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285790President Frank Dickey addresses the crowd at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285791President Frank Dickey (sixth from left) and others listen to Governor Combs speak during the dedication of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285792Dr. William Willard (seated in between two men wearing sunglasses) and others sit outside listen during the dedication of the Medical Center , 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285793Men ride in a helicopter during the dedication of the Medical Center , 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285794President Frank Dickey (far right), Governor Bert Combs (wearing white jacket), former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler (holding hat), former President Herman Donovan (standing behind Chandler) and others walk outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285795Governor Bert Combs (right), former Governor A. B. "Happy" chandler (left) and an unidentified man conversing outside at the Medical Center dedication; Former President Herman Donovan walking behind former Governor Chandler, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285796President Frank Dickey (center) and others talk outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285797President Frank Dickey (far right) talks with Dean Drake (center) and another man outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285798Dr. William Willard (right)and unidentified people stand outside at the Medical Center dedication , 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285799Men stand outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285800President Frank Dickey (right), Dean William Willard (second from right), and others converse outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285801Former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler talk with an unidentified man at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285802Former President Herman Donovan (far left, wearing glasses), Dean William Willard (left), unidentified, former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler (center), Governor Bert Combs (second from right), and President Frank Dickey (right) converse outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285803Men stand outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285804Governor Bert Combs (center) converses with two other men at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285805Mrs. Willard (center) and others converse outside at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285806President Frank Dickey addresses a crowd in Memorial Hall during the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285807Former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler (fourth from left), former President Herman Donovan (fifth from left), Governor Bert Combs (sixth from left), and others sit on a stage listening to President Frank Dickey during the Medical Center dedication in Memorial Hall, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285808President Frank Dickey (second from right) and others stand on stage listening to Governor Bert Combs at the Medical Center dedication in Memorial Hall, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285809Dean William Willard (far right), Governor Bert Combs (second from right), President Frank Dickey (third from right), former President Herman Donovan (fourth from right), and others sit on a stage listening to an unidentified man speaking at the Medical Center dedication in Memorial Hall, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285810An unidentified man speaks at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285811An unidentified man speaks at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285812Men listen to Dean William Willard speak at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285813Unidentified woman talks with Dean Drake, Dean of the College of Nursing (left), at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285814Mrs. Willard (left foreground), and Dean Drake (right) converse with two unidentified women, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.285815Dean William Willard (left) and two unidentified men sit talking at the Medical Center dedication in Memorial Hall, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295816People board buses at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295817Men converse at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295818A man and woman look at books in the Medical Center Library at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295819People converse in the Medical Center Library at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295820Men look at images of the Medical Center Library at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295821Men converse in the Medical Center Library at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295822President Frank Dickey (left), Dean William Willard (right), and an unidentified woman converse during the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295823Dean William Willard (center) shakes hands with an unidentified woman at the Medical Center dedication while two other women look on, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295824Dean William Willard (left) and President Frank Dickey (center) shakes hands with an unidentified woman, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295825Dean and Mrs. William Willard watch Dean Marcia Drake shake hands with an unidentified man at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295826President Frank Dickey (center), talking with an unidentified man and woman at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295827Men and women shake hands at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295828Dean William Willard (center) and others shake hands at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295829Dr. Frank Rogers (center) and another man shakes hands with two unidentified women at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295830Dean Marcia Drake (right) converses with two unidentified women at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295831Men and women sit at tables at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295832An unidentified woman speaks at the dedication dinner at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295833Dean Marcia Drake speaks at the dedication dinner at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295834Women sit at a table during the dedication dinner at the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295835A woman pours coffee at the reception after the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295836A woman pours punch at the reception after the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295837A woman pours punch for a man at the reception after the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295838A woman pours punch for a man at the reception after the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295839Mrs. Chamberlain (center) pours coffee for Dr. Judith Pratt, Associate Professor of Nursing (left) at a reception after the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.295840Mrs. Jesse Martin (right) and an unidentified man and woman get coffee at a reception after the Medical Center dedication, 1960, September 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Medical Center, A. B. Chandler - Warren Wright Plaza4E1639Seated from left to right: unknown, unknown, former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, and Dr. Peter Bosomworth-Chancellor, at the dedication of the Warren Wright Plaza which was part of the Medical Center, 1960, September 23b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Memorial Coliseum4E1640Architectural drawing of Memorial Fieldhouse- Auditorium, [1945]b / w, 4.25 inches by 11 inches.4E1640aArchitectural drawing of Memorial Fieldhouse- Auditorium (duplicate of image 1640), [1945]b / w, 4.25 inches by 11 inches.4E1640bArchitectural drawing of Memorial Fieldhouse- Auditorium (duplicate of image 1640), [1945]b / w, 4.25 inches by 11 inches.4E1641Memorial Coliseum under construction, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1642Ezra Gillis with the World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing, 1949. The list was placed in Memorial Coliseum. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1643Memorial Coliseum nearing completion. Received March 22, 1950 from Public Relations. Photographer: Ben L. Williams Jr, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1644Memorial Coliseum nearing completion. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1645Memorial Coliseum nearing completion. Received November 23, 1951 from Public Relations, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1646Memorial Coliseum nearing completion. Photographer: Ben L. Williams Jr, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1647Memorial Coliseum completed. Photographer: Ben L. Williams Jr, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1647aMemorial Coliseum completed. Photographer: Ben L. Williams Jr. (duplicate of image 1647), [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1647bMemorial Coliseum completed. Photographer: Ben L. Williams Jr. (duplicate of image 1647), [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1648Memorial Coliseum completed. Credited to Lexington Chamber of Commerce, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1649Memorial Coliseum completed. Received June of 1960 from Professor Victor Portman, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1650Memorial Coliseum completed, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1650aMemorial Coliseum completed (duplicate of image 1650), [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1650bMemorial Coliseum completed (duplicate of image 1650), [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1650cMemorial Coliseum completed (duplicate of image 1650), [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1651From left to right: Professor J. Sherman Horine (who did lettering), Sherman Sparks, Charles Grace, Pleas Allen (all placed names in wall case), [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1652People looking at mounted list of names from World War II, listed in Memorial Coliseum, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1653View of Memorial Coliseum from the Botanical Gardens, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1654Ezra Gillis and Mrs. Winifred Lewellen look over first requests for reserved seats for the dedication of Memorial Coliseum, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1655Ezra Gillis and J. Sherman Horine look at the wall after seeing the first few names, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1656Front of Memorial Coliseum, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1657Workers complete the list of names placed in Memorial Coliseum- from left to right: J. S. Horine, Sherman Sparks, Charles Grace, Pleas Allen, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1658Workers complete the list of names placed in Memorial Coliseum- from left to right: Sherman Sparks, Charles Grace, Pleas Allen, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1659First names placed in Memorial Coliseum. Grace VanOuter, Pleas Allen measuring and Ezra Gillis watches with interest, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 4 inches.4E1660Mounting the list of names that appear in Memorial Coliseum. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4E1661Man on the right is possibly Bernie Shively, athletics director, at Memorial Coliseum placing mortar for the 1949 - 50 cornerstone. Photographer: Ben L. Williams Jr, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1662Plaque to dedicate Memorial Coliseum from the Donovan administration. Photographer: Herald-Leader, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1663Memorial Coliseum, aerial view. Photographer: Mack Hughes Studio, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4E1664Front entrance of Memorial Coliseum at night. Photographer: John Mitchell, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1665"In recognition of their service to state and nation, and in testimony to their supreme sacrifice, the Commonwealth of Kentucky has here inscribed the names of the known Kentucky dead of World War II. Though every effort has been made to have the list complete and accurate, a missions or errors may have occurred. Information that will lead to greater accuracy will be welcomed." Received March 16, 1964 from Public Relations, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1666The front of Memorial Coliseum became more visible across campus after the completion of the Flag Plaza in 1979. The plaza is located on the former side of McLean Stadium, 1979b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 214.4F1667A sketch of Memorial Coliseum- The Home of Champions, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1685Governor Clements wields a trowel in a ceremony at Lexington marking the laying of the cornerstone for the University of Kentucky's new field house which will seat 12,000 when completed next year. Dr. D. L. Donovan, University President said that he would recommend to the trustees that the name be changed to Memorial Coliseum. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 125.Memorial Hall4F1671Memorial Hall around the time of its construction in 1929. Photographer: Starman Studios, [1929]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 83.4F1672Front of Memorial Hall, [1930]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.4F1673Front side of Memorial Hall from a distance, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1674Distant view of Memorial Hall, [1940]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1675Front side of Memorial Hall during the spring or summer. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1940]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.4F1676Memorial Hall, full view. Photographer: John Sutterfield, [1943]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1677Memorial Hall on the left and Agriculture Building on the right, [1948]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.4F1678Clock on Memorial Hall, [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.4F1679Front view of Memorial Hall, [1950]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.4F1680Front entrance of Memorial Hall, [1950]b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.4F1681View of Memorial Hall through bare tree, with small amount of snow on the ground, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1682View of Memorial Hall through bare tree, with small amount of snow on the ground, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1683View of Memorial Hall through bare tree, with small amount of snow on the ground, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1684Front side of Memorial Hall during the spring or summer, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1686An organ in Memorial Hall, 1952, Aprilb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1687Lowell Hughes standing with and unknown female in front of Memorial Hall. Received October of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1688Side of Memorial Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1689Two women walking away from Memorial Hall. Photo received from Professor Victor Portman, Kentucky Press Associates in June of 1966. Photograph is property of the Department of Public Relations in Frankfort, Kentucky, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1690Clock on Memorial Hall. Photographer: John Mitchell, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1691The Intra-Fraternity Council is holding a meeting in Memorial Hall. This allowed sorority and fraternity members to express themselves and try to settle differences with the administration. This photo appears first on page 84 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1692Side of Memorial Hall during the spring or summer, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1693Memorial Hall photograph from the cover of the Lexington telephone directory in 1983, March, 1983color, 6.75 inches by 9 inches. Copy in Building File.4F1694Two unidentified students walking near Memorial Hall, [1985]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1695Students change classes in Memorial Hall, 1987b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 240.4F1696This is a photo of the cover of "The University of Kentucky: A Pictorial History" by Carl B. Cone, [1989]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1697Memorial Hall window, 1992b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1698Memorial Hall struck by lightening, 1992b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.477155The exterior of Memorial Hall during the fall season, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.477156The exterior of Memorial Hall during the fall season, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Miller Hall2C637Miller Hall's cornerstone was laid August 28, 1897 and it was dedicated January 21, 1898, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.2C637aMiller Hall's cornerstone was laid August 28, 1897 and it was dedicated January 21, 1898 (duplicate of image 637), [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 74F1699Front of Natural Science Building, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Negative sent to A. V. archivist.4F1700Natural Science Building, [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.4F1701This photo shows Miller Hall in the 1920's when at this time it was called Science Hall, [1920]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1701aThis photo shows Miller Hall in the 1920's when at this time it was called Science Hall (duplicate of image 1701), [1920]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1702Miller Hall, [1920]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4 inches.4F1703Miller Hall-Geology Department (Natural Science Building), [1940]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.4F1704Students in front of the Natural Science Building (now Miller Hall). Received October 19, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1705Students walking in front of the Natural Science Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Mineral Industries Building4F1706Front of the Mineral Industries Building, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1707Front of the Mineral Industries Building in the 1950's when it housed the Department of Mines and Minerals and the Kentucky Geological Survey, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Mining and Mineral Resource Building4F1708The outside of the Mining Laboratory (built in 1913), [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1709A man looks into a large microscope inside the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1710A man climbs on top of a tank inside the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1711A man researching inside the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1712A lady researching and taking notes inside the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1713A lady working inside the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1714A model of the outside of the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1714aA model of the outside of the Mining and Mineral Resource Building (duplicate of image 1714), [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1715"Ground (and snow) broken for $14 million building. Snow drifts down as University of Kentucky and Kentucky Geological Survey representatives break ground on the new Mining and Resource Building at UK. Manning the shovels, from left are Jim Rose, chairman, building trust fund committee; Donald Haney, state geologist an director, Kentucky Geological Survey; Wimberly Royster, dean, UK Graduate School; Phil Miles, chairman, Kentucky Geological Survey advisory board; Art Gallaher, chancellor, UK Lexington Campus; Roy Bowen, dean, College of Engineering; and Joe Leonard, chairman, Department of Mining Engineering, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1715a"Ground (and snow) broken for $14 million building. Snow drifts down as University of Kentucky and Kentucky Geological Survey representatives break ground on the new Mining and Resource Building at UK. Manning the shovels, from left are Jim Rose, chairman, building trust fund committee; Donald Haney, state geologist an director, Kentucky Geological Survey; Wimberly Royster, dean, UK Graduate School; Phil Miles, chairman, Kentucky Geological Survey advisory board; Art Gallaher, chancellor, UK Lexington Campus; Roy Bowen, dean, College of Engineering; and Joe Leonard, chairman, Department of Mining Engineering (duplicate of image 1715), 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1716Mining and Mineral Resource Building under construction. Photographer: Ken Good, 1987b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1717The front entrance to the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1988]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1717aThe front entrance to the Mining and Mineral Resource Building (duplicate of image 1717), [1988]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1718Proof sheet of unidentified man in front of the Mining and Mineral Resource Building, [1991]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Miscellaneous and Unidentified4F1719Unidentified building with young men, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1719aUnidentified building with young men (duplicate of image 1719), [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1719bUnidentified building with young men (duplicate of image 1719), [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1720Euclid Avenue classroom building, 1948b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1721Construction of possible Pharmacy Building, 1954, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1722Construction of an unidentified building. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1723Possible groundbreaking for the Medical Center. Pictured are President Frank Dickey, Dr. Angell, E. B. Farris, Bernie Shively. Received December 11, 1957 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1724Construction of a building. Received February of 1961 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1725Four unidentified men an an unidentified groundbreaking. Received November 27, 1961 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1725aFour unidentified men an an unidentified groundbreaking. Received November 27, 1961 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1725), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1726Four unidentified men an an unidentified groundbreaking. Received November 27, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1726aFour unidentified men an an unidentified groundbreaking. Received November 27, 1961 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1726), [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1727Architectural drawing of an unidentified building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1728An unidentified building, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1729An unidentified building through trees, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1730Inside an unidentified building looking up the center of a staircase, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Neville Hall4F1731Exterior view of Neville Hall when it was a new dormitory, 1898b / w, 6.25 inches by 8.5 inches. Visual File No. 20.4F1732Exterior view of Neville Hall when it was a new dormitory. Purchased February 17, 1986. Photographer: Edgar C. Loevenhart, [1900]b / w, 5.5 inches by 6.5 inches.4F1733Exterior view of Neville Hall. Received September 19, 1946 from Public Relations, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1734Exterior view of Neville Hall, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1735Neville Hall burning. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, 1961, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1736Women watching Neville Hall burn. This image appears on page 201 in the 1963 "Kentuckian", 1961, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1737Crowd gathered to watch Neville Hall burn. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, 1961, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1738Crowd gathered to watch Neville Hall burn, 1961, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1739Neville Hall being razed after January of 1961 fire, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Norwood Hall4F1740Norwood Hall. Photographer: Professor Herbert Riley, undatedb / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.4F1741Remains of Norwood Hall after fire, undatedb / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.Observatory4F1742Construction of the Observatory. Lexington Herald-Leader Staff Photo, [1950]b / w, 2.5 inches by 7 inches.4F1743Observatory. Lexington Herald-Leader Staff Photo, [1951]b / w, 3 inches by 7 inches.Original Buildings- Ashland and Woodland Farms and Bacon College5A1744"Old Mechanical Hall of Ashland Farm" (1866-1882) Building donated by W. N. Yost, inventor to State College, which at the time was part of Kentucky University, [1866]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1745Original College Building at Woodland Park. Print by Bob May, 1965, from N1150. Classroom building, Woodlands, A and M College, [1866]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1746Woodlands Horticulture, Department of Kentucky University. A and M College of Kentucky University from 1866-1878. Three buildings, two from Ashland and one from Woodland, [1866]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1747"Ashland" Homestead of Henry Clay; The University of Kentucky bought in 1866 and was home of Regent John Bowman, 1866-1878. In 1882, UK sold the Ashland home and farm to Henry Clay McDowell and Anne Clay McDowell and their daughter, Nannette McDowell Bull. When the daughter died in 1948, she gave the house, 20 acres and furnishings to the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation, [1866]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1748Mechanical Department of the Agriculture and Mechanical College on grounds of Ashland Estate. From 1886-1882, the buildings were part of the campus, [1866]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1749Ashland-historic home of Henry Clay. Received June 1966 from Professor Victor Portman; Kentucky Press Association, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Parking Lots5A1750Parking around McVey Hall was ample in the early years of the University of Kentucky, 1935b / w, 6.75 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 104.5A1751Construction of parking lot, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1752New parking area behind White Hall under construction. Received September 28, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1752aNew parking area behind White Hall under construction. Received September 28, 1959 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1752), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1753New parking area behind White Hall under construction. Received September 28, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1753aNew parking area behind White Hall under construction. Received September 28, 1959 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1753), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1754Airplane Hanger-Back of Medical Center-was removed for the construction of a parking lot. Received February 23, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1755Construction of parking lot. Received August 27, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1756Parking structure on Rose Street, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1756aParking structure on Rose Street (duplicate of image 1756), [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1756bParking structure on Rose Street (duplicate of image 1756), [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1756cParking structure on Rose Street (duplicate of image 1756), [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1756dParking structure on Rose Street (duplicate of image 1756), [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1757Parking structure on Rose Street, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1758Parking structure on Rose Street, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1761Parking structure on South Upper taken from South Upper Street on February 29, 1996 by Richard LaBrecque, 1996, February 29color, 3.5 inches by 10 inches.5A1762Parking structure on South Upper taken from South Upper Street on February 29, 1996 by Richard LaBrecque, 1996, February 29color, 3.5 inches by 10 inches.Patterson House5A1763President James K. Patterson's House. This house was destroyed in 1967. This photograph was donated by T. W. Scholtz, [1900]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.5A1764Arts and Sciences office in the Patterson house in 1963. This was President Patterson's home until Maxwell Place was bought. In 1967, the house was destroyed, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1765Arts and Sciences office in the Patterson house in 1963. This was President Patterson's home until Maxwell Place was bought. In 1967, the house was destroyed, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1766The Patterson House was the home of former President James K. Patterson. This was President Patterson's home until Maxwell Place was bought. In 1967, the house was destroyed, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1767Original President's house view from south, 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Patterson Office Tower5A1768A color photo of the construction of Patterson Office Tower (right) near the Administration Building (center) and Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 518 in King Library on February 5, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, February 5color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1769A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall) near the Administration Building (center) and Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 518 in King Library on April 1, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, April 1color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1770A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall) near the Administration Building (center) and Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 517 in King Library on April 25, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, April 25color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1771A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall). This photo was taken from the window in room 517 in King Library on July 30, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, July 30color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1772A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall) near Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 518 in King Library on September 12, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, September 12color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1773A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall) near Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 518 in King Library on October 16, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, October 16color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1774A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall). This photo was taken from the window in room 518 in King Library on November 15, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, November 15color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1775A color photo of the construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall) near the Administration Building (background). This photo was taken from the window in room 518 in King Library on December 9, 1968 and donated by Terry Warth, 1968, December 9color, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1776Finishing construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall) near the Administration Building (center) and Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 517 in King Library on February 21, 1969 and donated by Terry Warth, 1969, February 21b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1777Unidentified men are dismantling the outside elevator of the Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall). White Hall Classroom Building (right) is finishing constructions and is near Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 517 in King Library on May 5, 1969 and donated by Terry Warth, 1969, May 5b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1778Unidentified men are dismantling the outside elevator of the Patterson Office Tower (next to White Hall). White Hall Classroom Building (right) is finishing constructions and is near Miller Hall (left). This photo was taken from the window in room 517 in King Library on May 5, 1969 and donated by Terry Warth, 1969, May 5b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1779View of Patterson Office Tower from Southeast, with student reading as he walks, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1780A picture of the top of Patterson Office Tower and the top of Gillis Building, 1984b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Pence Hall5A1781Civil and Physics Building, [1912]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.5A1782Old Physics Building--Pence Hall, [1950]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.5A1783Three unidentified men and one unidentified woman are standing in front of Pence Hall (old Physics Building), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1784A group of unidentified students outside of Pence Hall. This photo appears first on page 144 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1785Unidentified students walking in a hallway in Pence Hall. This photo appears first on page 160 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Peterson / Service Building5A1786Campus maintenance and operations service building. Appears in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Pictorial History Publications5A1787Bulletin of The State University of Kentucky; July 1909, Number 7, Volume I, [1919]b / w, 5.25 inches by 7 inches.5A1788Post Card: State University of Kentucky. The State University Embraces: The College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Agriculture, the College of Civil Engineering, the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, the College of Mining Engineering, the College of Law, and Teacher's College, [1910]b / w, 3.75 inches by 6.5 inches.5A1789Kentucky Calendar, 1913b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.5A1790Bulletin University of Kentucky; December 1916, Number 12, Volume VIII, 1916b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.5A1791University of Kentucky Training Detachment--"Going Forward". First Detachment, 1918b / w, 7 inches by 9.75 inches.5A1792University of Kentucky Vocational Section; Students Army Training Corps, Third Detachment, 1918b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.Pharmacy, College of5A1793Construction of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1794Construction of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Photo taken by Herald-Leader, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1795Construction of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1796Construction of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received November 27, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1797Construction of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received December 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1798Construction of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1799College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1800Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1801Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1802Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1803Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received August 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1804Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received November of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1805Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1806Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received June 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1807Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue. Received June 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5A1808Front entrance to College of Pharmacy building at the corner of Washington Avenue and Gladstone Avenue, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.436926The exterior of the UK College of Pharmacy Building, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.436927The exterior of the College of Pharmacy Building, which is now the Geological Sciences Building, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Plans and Scale Models3D1162This plan shows the buildings that will be destroyed (shown in outline only), buildings that will remain with this plan (shown crosshatched and designated with letters "A" to "J") and new buildings (shown darkly shaded and designated by numbers "1" to "30"). This is to show that there were plans for campus planning even if they were not put into effect. This is a duplicate from the pictorial file. Consulting Architect: James M. White (November 17, 1926), [1926]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1162aThis plan shows the buildings that will be destroyed (shown in outline only), buildings that will remain with this plan (shown crosshatched and designated with letters "A" to "J") and new buildings (shown darkly shaded and designated by numbers "1" to "30"). This is to show that there were plans for campus planning even if they were not put into effect. This is a duplicate from the pictorial file. Consulting Architect: James M. White (November 17, 1926) (duplicate of image 1162), [1926]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1163A scale model of the University of Kentucky campus, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1164An aerial view of a scale model of the University of Kentucky campus, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1165A scale model of central campus showing the relationship of height, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1166A close up of a scale model of central campus, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.3D1167A diagram of the University of Kentucky campus plan, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Raymond (Oliver H.) Building436928Oliver H. Raymond is at a podium giving a speech at the dedication of the Oliver H. Raymond Building. The podium says "UK College of Engineering." Raymond was an Alumnus of the College of Engineering and gave thousands of dollars for the building, 1998, October 9color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.436929Oliver H. Raymond (right) is shaking hands with Thomas W. Lester (left), Dean of Engineering, at the dedication of the Oliver H. Raymond Building, 1998, October 9color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.436930Oliver H. Raymond (right, Alumnus of the College of Engineering) and his wife Anne Hart Raymond (left) at the dedication of the Oliver H. Raymond Building, 1998, October 9color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Rupp Arena5B1809Photo taken inside Rupp Arena named for coach Adolph Rupp during a UK basketball game, 1977, May 2color, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo Services Negative File-Regular Series- Negative No. 18158.5B1810Photo taken inside Rupp Arena during a UK basketball game (black and white copy of a color photo), 1977, May 2b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo Services Negative File-Regular Series- Negative No. 18158.Sanders- Brown Center on Aging5B1811Dr. Peter Bosomworth (Chancellor), on the right, and an unidentified man on the right are holding an architectural drawing of the Medical Center. Received April 12, 1996 from the Medical Center Chancellor, [1978]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1812Seven men at the Sanders- Brown Center on Aging Building dedication. From left to right: Weck, unidentified man, Colonel Harland Sanders in white suit, Governor John Y. Brown, Jr., John Y. Brown, Sr., UK Vice President Ray Hornback, and Chancellor of Medical Center Peter Bosomworth. Received April 12, 1996 from the Medical Center Chancellor, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1813John Y, Brown Jr. was on the UK campus prior to his candidacy for the Kentucky governor ship, to dedicate the Sanders- Brown Research Center on Aging building. On his right is William Sturgill, then chairman of the UK Board of Trustees, and on his left, Mrs. Otis Singletary, wife of the UK president, [1979]b / w, 6.25 inches by 8 inches.Scott Street Barracks5B1814Three male students walking past Huts used by the Music Department. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland. Received April 20, 1967 from Public Relations, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1815Barracks for women, building number three; currently the site of Holmes Hall. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland. Received April 20, 1967 from Public Relations, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1816Barracks for men. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1817"Scott Street Barracks Razed--The University of Kentucky's Scott Street Barracks, which were given to the University by the U. S. Army following the end of World War II, are in the process of being razed. University officials ruled at the end of the spring semester that the barracks were no longer livable. A parking lot is planned at the site of the barracks.", [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Seaton Center5B1818Dr. Peterson and Mr. Farris at new athletic center site. Received September 18, 1958 from Public Relations, [1971]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1819Construction of the Seaton Center, the new health, P. E. and Recreation Building, 1971, Fallb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Shawneetown Apartments5B1820Student veterans at work on housing for their families, Shawneetown, University of Kentucky, in this picture reminiscent of the famous flag-raising scene on Two Jima, [1946]b / w, 7.75 inches by 9.5 inches.5B1821Student veterans at work on housing for their families, Shawneetown, University of Kentucky, in this picture reminiscent of the famous flag-raising scene on Two Jima, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1822Student carpenters Redwood Taylor (left) and Paul Grumbles (right), both from Ashland, Kentucky, are helping to build Veteran housing, 1946, August 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1823Construction of Shawneetown Apartments. Received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer Construction of Shawneetown Apartments. Received June 13, 1959 from the Cincinnati Enquirer, [1946]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.5B1824Frank D. Peterson (left) accepts a check for two million dollars for Housing Shawneetown or dorm from Walter E. Royes (right)- Regional Director of Federal Housing Administration, Atlanta. Received March 14, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1825Construction of Shawneetown Apartments. Received June 19, 1957 from Public Relations, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1826Construction of Shawneetown Apartments. Received June 19, 1957 from Public Relations, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1827"Work Continues on UK's New Shawneetown--Shown here is part of the University of Kentucky's new Shawneetown, housing of six brick buildings for married students and faculty members. Included in the $2,156,000 project will be a total of 186 efficiency, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. Plans call for the buildings to be completed in 1958. Architects are Brock and Johnson and the general contractor is Hargett Construction Co., both Lexington firms." Received June 19, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1828Construction of Shawneetown Apartments, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1829Construction of Shawneetown Apartments, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1829aConstruction of Shawneetown Apartments (duplicate of image 1829), [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1830Construction of Shawneetown Apartments, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1830aConstruction of Shawneetown Apartments (duplicate of image 1830), [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1831Construction of Shawneetown Apartments. Received August 21, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1832Construction of Shawneetown Apartments. Received August 21, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1833Dr. Dickey addresses a crowd at the Shawneetown Apartments dedication. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1834Dr. Dickey addresses a crowd at the Shawneetown Apartments dedication. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1835Dr. Dickey addresses a crowd at the Shawneetown Apartments dedication. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1836Dr. Dickey addresses a crowd at the Shawneetown Apartments dedication. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1837Plaque at the Shawneetown Apartments dedication. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1838Man with wife and baby accepts a framed certificate at the Shawneetown Apartments dedication. Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1839Photo of Shawneetown Apartments. Received March 28, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1840Photo of Shawneetown Apartments. Received March 31, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1841Ben Johnson reading in his living room at Shawneetown. Received March 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1842Ben Johnson's wife at the refrigerator at Shawneetown. Received March 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1843Ben Johnson (right) and his wife at their apartment at Shawneetown. Received March 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1844Ben Johnson (right) and his wife at their apartment at Shawneetown. Received March 31, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Singletary Center for the Arts5B1845A model of the outside of the Singletary Center for the Arts, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1846A model of the outside of the Singletary Center for the Arts, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1847A model of the outside of the Singletary Center for the Arts, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1848A model of the outside of the Singletary Center for the Arts, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1849The outside of the Singletary Center for the Arts under construction, [1978]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1850The new UK Center for the Arts has 1,500-seat concert hall. Dr. J. Robert Willis, dean of the College of Fine Arts, stands near the hall's orchestra pit, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1850aThe new UK Center for the Arts has 1,500-seat concert hall. Dr. J. Robert Willis, dean of the College of Fine Arts, stands near the hall's orchestra pit (duplicate of image 1850), [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1851Photo of the front of the newly completed Singletary Center for the Arts. A young man walks toward the building carrying a book, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1852A photo of the front entrance of the newly completed Singletary Center, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1853A photo of the front entrance of the newly completed Singletary Center, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1854The new UK Center for the Arts Concert hall features a 90-rank pipe organ and acoustical "clouds" above the stage, [1979]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5B1855The new UK Center for the Arts Concert hall features a 90-rank pipe organ and acoustical "clouds" above the stage, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1856Inside photo of a stairway and glass ceiling in the new Singletary Center, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1857Inside photo of the newly finished Singletary Center, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1858Front view of the Singletary Center, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1859Photo of the outside, front view of the newly finished Singletary Center, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1860Concert Hall seating view from the stage, 1979, Fallb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. For negative, see Center for the Arts office.5B1861Lobby of the Singletary Center, 1979, Fallb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. For negative, see Center for the Arts office.5B1862The Singletary Center for the Arts, 1979b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 215.5B1863Press Conference, Armand Hammer Exhibit--UK Art Museum, 1981, Novemberb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5B1864Press Conference, Armand Hammer Exhibit--UK Art Museum, 1981, Novemberb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5B1865The "Super Realism Show" in the UK Art Museum included "Susan" by Chuck Close and "Reclining man Drinking" by Duane Hanson, 1982b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Smokestacks- Heating Plant5B1866View above Steam Mains running from Heating Plant to Old Chemistry Building, [1900]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5B1867Heating Plant and Smokestack that was used to heat the first buildings of the university. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1868View above Steam Mains running from Heating Plant to Old Chemistry Building (Miller Hall). Path is clear of snow because of heat from underground pipes. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1869View above Steam Mains running from Heating Plant to Old Chemistry Building (Miller Hall). Path is clear of snow because of heat from underground pipes. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1870Old Smokestack, [1920]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Photograph is in delicate condition; the bottom right corner is torn.Social Sciences Building5B1871Demolition of Social Sciences Building. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland. Received September 13, 1947 from Public Relations, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1872Demolition of Social Sciences Building. Received October 22, 1947 from Public Relations, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1873Barracks used as Social Sciences Building, in front of King Library. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5B1874Barracks used as Social Sciences Building, in front of King Library. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Spindletop Hall5C1875Front view of an architectural drawing of Spindletop Stock Farm, [1935]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1876Entrance to Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1877Lawn of Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1878Right half of the front room in Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1879Front room in Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1880Left half of the front room in Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1881Interior view of main hall in Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1882Ballroom with a fireplace presently used for a dining room and many wedding receptions are held here, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1883Originally a bedroom and in this print a conference room with a fireplace that is commonly used for luncheons, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1884Seating room or lounge adjacent to ladies bathroom on the first floor of Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1885Interior view of a sitting room which since 1978 has been used as a dining room in Spindletop Hall. During Ms. Yount's residency, the room was used as a ballroom, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1886Upstairs sitting room but later this was used for luncheons at Spindletop Hall, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1887Bedroom inside Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1888Right half of the staircase in Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1889Library in Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1890Room in Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1891Music room adjacent to the library with a harp and piano in Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1892Ballroom in Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original from Tim McCarthy (August 1989).5C1893Original family swimming pool at Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1894People in Spindletop Pool, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1895Family during a cookout. Received October 19, 1960 from Public Relations. Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1896People in Spindletop Pool. Received October 19, 1960 from Public Relations. Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1897People at Spindletop Pool, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1898Four people under a tree in the lawn of Spindletop Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1899Faculty Conference. Received September 15, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1900Three kids on swing set at Spindletop Hall, 1962, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1901Community College personnel meeting at Spindletop Hall. President John Oswald is seated second from left, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1902Community College personnel meeting at Spindletop Hall, 1964, Marchb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1903Spindletop Hall, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 167.5C1904Front view of Spindletop Hall. Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1905Front view of Spindletop Hall, showing main entrance. Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1906Front view of Spindletop Hall. Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1907Portrait of Pansy Yount, hanging in Spindletop Hall. Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1908Spindletop Hall faculty and staff-Alumni Center. Sheet of photos taken of the outside of the building, [1978]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1909Spindletop Hall faculty and staff-Alumni Center. Sheet of photos taken of the outside of the building and member inside using the facilities, [1978]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Spindletop Research Center5C1910Architects sketch of Spindletop Research Center. This sketch appeared in the Autumn 1960 edition of "Our University", [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1911Construction of Spindletop Research Center (on Ironworks Road). Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Stoll Field and McLean Stadium5C1912An unidentified crowd of people on Stoll Field after a football game, [1919]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5C1913The Stadium, [1920]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.5C1914Stoll Field/ McLean Stadium, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 86.5C1915Stoll Field football, [1948]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.5C1916McLean Stadium stood majestically beside the Botanical Gardens. This image appears on page 42 in "Hail Kentucky", [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 133.5C1917Old north stands at Stoll Field, [1952]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.5C1918Inside of the Stadium, [1952]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5C1919New seats in McLean Stadium. Herald-Leader Photo. Received August 5, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1920The destruction of the football field in September of 1974 is in the background while UK marching band plays. There is a duplicate print in Public Relations-Band File, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1921The destruction of the football field in September of 1974 is in the background while UK marching band plays. There is a duplicate print in Public Relations-Band File, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Student Union Building (Student Center and Additions)5C1922Architectural drawing of the Student Union Building. Designed by Ernest Vern Johnson, [1936]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10.5 inches.5C1923"A view of the Great Hall showing the stairway to the mezzanine of the new Student Union Building on the Campus of the University of Kentucky." Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, [1938]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1924"A view of the Great Hall showing the stairway to the mezzanine of the new Student Union Building on the Campus of the University of Kentucky." Photo by: Lafayette Studio, [1938]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1925Student Union Building (exterior). Photo by: Standard Gravure Company, [1938]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1926Student Union Desk. Gordon Godbery exchanges information with Henry Robertson. This photo appears on page 227 in the 1941 "Kentuckian". Photo by: Lafayette Studio, [1941b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1927Entrance to Student Union Building, [1948]b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.5C1928Entrance to Student Union Building, [1948]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.5C1929Inside of Student Center; students reading papers and talking, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1930View of exterior of Old Student Union Building (South Limestone side), [1950]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.5C1931View of exterior of Old Student Union Building. Received May of 1953 from Public Relations, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1932Student enters the Grand Hall of Student Center, 1953b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 138.5C1933Christmas Choir in Student Union Building, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1934Lunch time in Student Center (Student Union Commons). Received August 7, 1957 from Public Relations, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1935Unidentified students drinking and socializing in the Student Union Building Cafeteria, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1936Front of Student Union in winter, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1937People socializing; interior of Student Union before remodeling, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1938People socializing; interior of Student Union before remodeling. Received April 2, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1939Students shooting arrows at target out front of Student Union before remodeling. Received April 15, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1940Information Desk in Student Union Building. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1941Information Desk in Student Union Building. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1942This is an addition to the Student Union Building (under construction). Received August of 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1943This is an addition to the Student Union Building (under construction). Received August 3, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1944Student Union addition under construction, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1945Student Union addition under construction. Received September 17, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1945aStudent Union addition under construction. Received September 17, 1962 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1945), [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1946Student Union addition under construction. Received December 1, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1947Student Union Renovation, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1948Furniture for Student Center, 1963, Augustb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1949Students in hallway, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1950University Bookstore in the Student Center. Received February 11, 1964, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1951University Bookstore in the Student Center. Received February 11, 1964, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1952Side of Student Center Building, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1953Side of Student Center Building, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1953aSide of Student Center Building (duplicate of image 1953), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1953bSide of Student Center Building (duplicate of image 1953), [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1954Bridge to Student Center, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1955Student Center: first addition (1962), view from south, showing elevated walkway bridge connecting with southwest door of addition, [1974]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1956The most recent addition to the UK Student Center was dedicated in 1982, September, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 222.6D2428Carol Yates (left) and Grady Sellars (right) are in the Student Union Building Chapel. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2429Carol Yates (left) and Grady Sellars (right) are in the Student Union Building Chapel. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2430Carol Yates (left) and Grady Sellars (right) are in the Student Union Building Chapel. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Stump (Whitefield) 5D1970The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago, 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1971A picture of the Whitefield Stump, with President Patterson's house in the background. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago, 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1971aA picture of the Whitefield Stump, with President Patterson's house in the background. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago (duplicate of image 1971), 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1971bA picture of the Whitefield Stump, with President Patterson's house in the background. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago, 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1971cA picture of the Whitefield Stump, with President Patterson's house in the background. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago, 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1972The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago, 1964, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 166.5D1973An unidentified student is standing and reading about the Whitefield Stump. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago. The stump is located near the White Hall Classroom Building, 1978, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1973aAn unidentified student is standing and reading about the Whitefield Stump. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago. The stump is located near the White Hall Classroom Building (duplicate of image 1973), 1978, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1974An unidentified student is walking around the Whitefield Stump. The Whitefield Stump was discovered in a Harlan, Kentucky mine in 1938 and was given to the UK Geology Department by George Whitefield, former manager of Clover Fork Coal Company, in 1960. The stump is "cast" fossil of a lycopod tree that lived about three hundred million years ago. The stump is located near the White Hall Classroom Building, 1978, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.507387"The Whitfield Stump, located beside the White Hall Classroom Building in the center of the Lexington campus, is a three-hundred-year-old 'cast' stump weighing 7,000 pounds and measuring 42 inches in diameter. The stump was first discovered when it dropped from the roof of the Clover Fork Coal Co., Kitts, KY and later was given to the University by George Whitfield, manager of the coal company.", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.507388"The Whitfield Stump, located beside the White Hall Classroom Building in the center of the Lexington campus, is a three-hundred-year-old 'cast' stump weighing 7,000 pounds and measuring 42 inches in diameter. The stump was first discovered when it dropped from the roof of the Clover Fork Coal Co., Kitts, KY and later was given to the University by George Whitfield, manager of the coal company.", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Taylor Education Building5C1957People walking to and from the Taylor Education Building. Received June of 1952 from Public Relations, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 136.University Press of Kentucky (Thomas D. Clark Building)5C1958Front of Thomas D. Clark Building; home of University Press of Kentucky. Stone Photography Inc., 1988b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Wendt Machine Shop5C1959Wendt Hall, [1920]b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.5C1960"Walking the Gargoyle" sculpture on the Wendt Engineering Shop. The Wendt Engineering Shop building was demolished in 1999. (crease down the middle of print), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5C1961Wendt Engineering Shop building; demolished in 1999. Whitefield stump in foreground, [1978]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Laboratory5D1962Side of the Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Laboratory building, [1950]b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.5D1963Contour map of a face, front view. Received June 13, 1957 from Cincinnati Enquirer, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1964Contour map of a face, side view. Received June 13, 1957 from Cincinnati Enquirer, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1965E. Tony Dillender in the gastroscopic rototable, in the Wenner-Gren Laboratory. Received June 13, 1957 from Cincinnati Enquirer, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Wethington (Charles T.) Health Sciences Building436931An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches.436932An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436933An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436934An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436935An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436936An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436937An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436938An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches 436939An exterior view of the Charles T. Wethington Health Sciences Building on the corner of Rose Street and Limestone. The building was dedicated on February 21, 2003, 2003color, 4 inches by 6 inches White Hall Classroom Building5D1966Construction of White Hall Classroom Building (right) and Patterson Office Tower (nest to White Hall), near Miller Hall (left) and Administration Building (in the background). Photo donated by Terry Warth, 1967, November 20b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5D1967Patterson Office Tower (left), the almost finished White Hall Classroom Building (center) and Lafferty Hall (right). This photo was taken from room 517 of the King Library. Donated by Terry Warth, 1969, April 25b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.5D1968Back of the White Hall Classroom Building, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D1969Unidentified students walking past the White Hall Classroom Building, [1975]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Young (William T.) Library- Exterior5D1975A color photo of the construction of William T. Young Library. Young Library was finished in 1998. Photo taken fall of 1996 by Terry Warth, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5D1975aA color photo of the construction of William T. Young Library. Young Library was finished in 1998. Photo taken fall of 1996 by Terry Warth (duplicate of image 1975), 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5D1976A color photo of the construction of William T. Young Library. Young Library was finished in 1998. Photo taken fall of 1996 by Terry Warth, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5D1976aA color photo of the construction of William T. Young Library. Young Library was finished in 1998. Photo taken fall of 1996 by Terry Warth (duplicate of image 1976), 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5D1977A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1978A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1979A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1980A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1981A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1982A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1983A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1984A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1985A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1986A photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1987A photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1988A photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1989A photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014 -There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1990A photo of the Young Library from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedb / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1991A sepia tone photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1992A color photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1993A color photo of the Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1994A color photo of the main entrance of Young Library from University Drive before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1995A color photo of the "William T. Young Library" sign from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1996A color photo of the "William T. Young Library" sign from Rose Street before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.497252A model of the William T. Young Library, [1994]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.497253A model of the William T. Young Library, [1994]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 497254The cupola of William T. Young Library during construction, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches 497255The cupola of William T. Young Library being raised onto the building during construction, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches 497256William T. Young in white construction hat and other men are watching the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches 497257William T. Young (right, holding hat) is a donor of money to build Young Library. He and many unidentified men are watching the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497258The construction of the William T. Young Library as seen from University Drive, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches 497259Two unidentified men are watching the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497260President Charles Wethington is watching the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497261President Charles Wethington is at the site of the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497262President Charles Wethington (second from right) is watching the construction of the William T. Young Library with three unidentified men, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497263President Charles Wethington is at the site of the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497264President Charles Wethington is at the site of the construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches 497265The construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995, Fallb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497266Unidentified people are watching as the six ton cupola of William T. Young Library being raised onto the building during construction, 1995, Fallb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497267Two unidentified construction workers are building the William T. Young Library, 1995, Fallb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.497268The construction of the William T. Young Library, 1995, Fallcolor, 5 inches by 5 inches 497269The construction of the William T. Young Library as seen from University Drive, 1995, Fallcolor, 5 inches by 5 inches 497270Three unidentified people are walking near the William T. Young Library while it is under construction, 1998color, 5 inches by 7 inches.497271An aerial view of the William T. Young Library as it's construction is nearing completion, 1998b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches 497272The finished cupola atop the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 3.5 inches by 6.5 inches.497273Paul Willis, Director of Libraries, is standing near the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998, Marchcolor, 5 inches by 6.5 inches.Young (William T.) Library- Interior5D1997A color photo of the bridge leading to the rotunda on the fifth floor of Young Library. The chandelier hanging from the ceiling and copula can be seen. On the fifth floor inside the rotunda, the University of Kentucky Dissertations and Theses can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1998A sepia tone photo of the second, third, fourth, and fifth floors and of the bridge on the fifth floor leading into the rotunda on the fifth floor of Young Library. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D1999A sepia tone photo of the chandelier hanging from the top of the ceiling in the rotunda inside the Young Library. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2000A sepia tone photo of the stairs from the first floor leading to the second floor inside the Young Library. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2001A sepia tone photo of the rotunda on the fifth floor of Young Library. The chandelier hanging from the ceiling and copula can be seen. On the fifth floor inside the rotunda, the University of Kentucky Dissertations and Theses can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2002A sepia tone photo taken from the fifth floor looking down showing the first, second, and third floors and the stairs leading up to the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2003A sepia tone photo of the second floor general seating area with the rotunda to the left and to the third, fourth and fifth floors. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2004A sepia tone photo from the second floor of the stairs that lead up to the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2005A sepia tone photo of the rotunda. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area on the second floor can bee seen below. On the second floor inside the rotunda is the Traditional reading room where the indexes to periodicals can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2006A sepia tone photo of the rotunda. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area on the second floor can bee seen below. On the second floor inside the rotunda is the Traditional reading room where the indexes to periodicals can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2007A sepia tone photo of a student studying inside of the rotunda. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2008A color photo of the second, third, fourth and fifth floors. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area can be seen below. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2009A color photo from the third floor looking through an opening in the rotunda to the other side of the library. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area can be seen below. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2010A color photo of the bridge leading to the rotunda on the fifth floor of Young Library. The chandelier hanging from the ceiling and copula can be seen. On the fifth floor inside the rotunda, the University of Kentucky Dissertations and Theses can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2011A color photo of the second, third, fourth and fifth floors. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area can be seen below. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2012A color photo of the second, third, fourth and fifth floors. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2013A color photo of the first floor showing the stairs leading up to the second floor and the circulation desk. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2014A sepia tone photo of the Reference desk and computers on the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2015A sepia tone photo of the general seating area on the second floor with the Reference desk and computers on the left. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2016A sepia tone photo of the inside of the domed reading room on the fifth floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2017A sepia tone photo of the first, second, third, and fourth floors. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2018A sepia tone photo taken from the fifth floor looking down showing the first, second, and third floors and the stairs leading up to the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2019A sepia tone photo taken from the fifth floor looking down showing the first, second, and third floors and the stairs leading up to the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2020A sepia tone photo taken from the bridge on the fifth floor looking down showing the general seating area on the second floor and showing the third and fourth floors. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2021A sepia tone photo taken from the bridge on the fifth floor looking down showing the general seating area on the second floor and showing the third and fourth floors. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2022A sepia tone photo of the "North Stacks" on the fifth floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches 2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2023A sepia tone photo of the third, fourth and fifth floors. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2024A sepia tone photo taken from the fifth floor looking down showing the first, second, and third floors and the stairs leading up to the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2025A sepia tone photo taken from the fifth floor looking down showing the first, second, and third floors and the stairs leading up to the second floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2026A sepia tone photo of the "East Stacks" on the fifth floor. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2027A sepia tone photo of the rotunda. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area on the second floor can bee seen below. On the second floor inside the rotunda is the Traditional reading room where the indexes to periodicals can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2028A sepia tone photo of the rotunda. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area on the second floor can bee seen below. On the second floor inside the rotunda is the Traditional reading room where the indexes to periodicals can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2029A sepia tone photo of the rotunda. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area on the second floor can bee seen below. On the second floor inside the rotunda is the Traditional reading room where the indexes to periodicals can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2030A sepia tone photo of the rotunda. This photo was taken from the third floor and the general seating area on the second floor can bee seen below. On the second floor inside the rotunda is the Traditional reading room where the indexes to periodicals can be found. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2031A sepia tone photo from the third floor showing the general seating area on the second floor, the bridge leading to the rotunda on the fifth floor, the second, third, and fourth floors can all be seen. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2032A sepia tone photo from the third floor showing the general seating area on the second floor, the bridge leading to the rotunda on the fifth floor, the second, third, and fourth floors can all be seen. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.5D2033An unidentified student is using a laptop computer that he checked out from the library and using one of the 4,800 data jacks through out the library. This photo was taken before it's dedication in 1998. This photo was donated to UARP on May 1, 2003 by Teresa Burgett, Reference Librarian at Young Library, undatedsepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches2003UA014- There is a copy negative in the Audiovisual Copy Negative File.497274Paul Willis, Director of Libraries, is standing inside the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998, Marchcolor, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.497275The interior of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6 inches.497276Two unidentified men and an unidentified woman are standing on the fifth floor of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 3 inches by 6.5 inches.497277Shawn Livingston (third from the right), Reference Librarian, is helping an unidentified male student while an unidentified woman is helping an unidentified female student in the newly finished William T. Young Library, 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.497278Shawn Livingston (third from the right), Reference Librarian, is helping an unidentified male student while an unidentified woman is helping an unidentified female student in the newly finished William T. Young Library, 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches 497279An unidentified female librarian is working inside of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 2.5 inches by 6.5 inches 497280The interior of the newly completed William T. Young Library (fifth floor), 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches 497281An unidentified male student (right) is talking with an unidentified female student (left) in the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.497282An interior view of the ceiling and the cupola of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.497283An interior view of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.497284An interior view of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches 497285An interior view of the newly completed William T. Young Library, 1998color, 7.5 inches by 10 inches Business and Purchasing, Office of5D2034Helen Spickard (left) and Frances Brack (right) are seated at their desks in the Business Office. This photo appears first on page 16 in the 1941 "Kentuckian". Photo by Lafayette Studio, 1941, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2035Purchasing Office Open House: standing left to right: Mrs. Thelma Dick, Dr. Rudnick, Mrs. Paul Neston, Mrs. Lena Bell, Mr. A. P. Nestor, Mrs. Baf Burnett, Mrs. Betty Justice, Mrs. Helen Kinker, and Mrs. Ann Cain. Photo by University of Kentucky Photographer. Received December 8, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2036Purchasing Office Open House: Photo by University of Kentucky Photographer. Received December 8, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Campus Activities and Events1945 - 19645D2037Students celebrate the end of World War II, 1945b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.5D2038Pence Hall, Mining Lab and Engineering Lab; students walking from class, holding books. Photographer: Ben. L. Williams. Received October 29, 1949 from Public Relations, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2039Students listen to the teacher in the WBKY-104 class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2040Three unidentified women laughing. Received April 30, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2041Advance for AMS of Sunday, September 21 (LHS) Lexington, Kentucky--"Just One Of The Chokes-Lou Ellen Russell, Franklin, presses a dress while house-mother Mrs. Ethyl Squires and Lynn Cratcher, Owensboro, look on a comment. Lou and Lynn are residents of a new cooperative house at the University of Kentucky" (see wire story). AP Wire photo (rjc62208str). Associated Press Wire photo, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2042Residence Hall employees awarded service pins. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Edith Potts, Mrs. Mary Bell Douglas, Mrs. Sophie Robinson, Miss Corine Lucas, and Mrs. Dorothy Rankin. Left to right, second row: Miss Anna Spotts, Mrs. Rosa Washington, Clifton Patterson, Leonard Washington and Frank D. Patterson, UK Vice President. Received March 5, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2043Residence Hall employees awarded service pins. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Edith Potts, Mrs. Mary Bell Douglas, Mrs. Sophie Robinson, Miss Corine Lucas, and Mrs. Dorothy Rankin. Left to right, second row: Miss Anna Spotts, Mrs. Rosa Washington, Clifton Patterson, Leonard Washington and Frank D. Patterson, UK Vice President. Received March 5, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2044Three men signing forms. Received April 27, 1959 from Public Relations. University of Kentucky Photograph, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5D2045Students watching television in class. Received October 8, 1959 from Public Relations. University of Kentucky Photograph, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2046For release: Friday October 23, 1959--"Get Laboratory Experience-Five University of Kentucky psychology students who are working toward a Ph.D. under Public Health Service grants hear Dr. John W. Donahoe, assistant professor in psychology, explain a multiple channel programming device used for students in form perception. From left to right: Larry Chasin, Francis Criswell, William Eckhardt, Dr. Donahoe, Robert DeBurger, and Walter Dickerson." Received October 24, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2047"Elevator Mishap Injures Co-ed--Firemen and police are shown carrying Nancy Jo Thomas, 18, University of Kentucky student from Paducah, to an ambulance after she was freed yesterday from an elevator in Boyd Hall, women's dormitory. The student was not seriously injured and was trapped only a few minutes when she caught her foot between a freight elevator and the second floor of the hall." , 1959, December 13b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received December 18, 1959 from Public Relations. Photo by: Herald-Leader.5E2048Officers of House Mothers. Herald-Leader Photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2049Group of people walking up Administration Drive in front of Barker Hall/Buell Armory. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2050"They Took Turn About--Tom Bagby, left, a freshman majoring in mathematics has been honored at the University of Kentucky as the outstanding student in elementary-physics classes. Robert Roberts, right, a freshman majoring in physics, has been honored as the best freshman math student. Both are from Lexington." Received May 18, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2051"Turn About--Winners of awards in fields outside their major areas of study at the University of Kentucky are Tom Bagby (left) and Robert Roberts (center), both from from Lexington, shown talking with Dr. A.W. Goodman, professor of mathematics." Received May 18, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2052Three students eating watermelon at the Watermelon Feast. Photographer: Herald-Leader, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2053Steve Webb (right), two men holding books, sandwiches, and Coca-Cola, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2054"Learning Hebrew at UK--Mrs. Stanley M. Wagner, standing left, flashes a Hebrew word to one of the classes she teaches at the University of Kentucky. A new course, which will be open September 26, will include students from fourth grade through senior high school." Received September 16, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2055"Soda Jerking His Way Through--Jack Carter, a University of Kentucky sophomore majoring in psychology, is typical of the majority of UK students who take part-time jobs to help defray college expenses. Carter, of 425 Henry Clay Boulevard, recently moved to Lexington from Charleston, West Virginia. He spends several hours each week waiting on customers in a drugstore." Received September 27, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960, September 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2055a"Soda Jerking His Way Through--Jack Carter, a University of Kentucky sophomore majoring in psychology, is typical of the majority of UK students who take part-time jobs to help defray college expenses. Carter, of 425 Henry Clay Boulevard, recently moved to Lexington from Charleston, West Virginia. He spends several hours each week waiting on customers in a drugstore." Received September 27, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 2055), 1960, September 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2056"University of Kentucky students majoring in speech therapy who were awarded Lexington Junior League Scholarships are, from left, Misses Lila Leach of Corbin, a senior; Jan Harris, Louisville; Elizabeth Jane Withers, Hardinsburg, both sophomores." Received October 3, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2057Brochures about the University of Kentucky. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2058Jewell Kendrick, right, walks down the stairs with a young girl. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2059Four students testing Beigers Counter, 1961, Springb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2060Proof sheet of a horse farm. Received December 11, 1961 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2061Two unidentified men and one unidentified woman are winners of the University-High Poetry Writers. Received January 17, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2062Lois Anne Garnett from Hopkinsville, laughs with a man near UK's oldest non-teaching fossil (petrified "Whitefield Stump"). Received January 18, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2062aLois Anne Garnett from Hopkinsville, laughs with a man near UK's oldest non-teaching fossil (petrified "Whitefield Stump"). Received January 18, 1962 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 2062), [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2063Snow scene on UK campus. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1962, Winterb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2065Four people standing in front of political displays. Second from left, Faye Watkins Halt. Received February 1, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2066Students going abroad look at a map. Received April 13, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2067Six people at a science fair looking at a project. Received May 4, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2068Students walking up and down stairs across from Funkhouser Building, between classes. Received June 1, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2069Two male students walking outside. Received June 1, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2070Seven men seated in a circle, and one is playing a ukulele, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2071Students walking to classes in the snow, 1962, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2072Mike Cassidy (left), Gerald Dutschke (center), and Jack Peters (right) clean United Cerelral Palsy office. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2073Bill Cloyd (left), Jim Bersot (center), and Jack Lyne (right) are painting. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963, March 31b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2074Dr. and Mrs. John Katili visit UK campus from Indonesia. Received October 4, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2075Dr. and Mrs. John Katili visit UK campus from Indonesia. Received October 4, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2076From left to right: Roberta Vincent and Debbie Delaney. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2077President John Oswald's reception for the junior class, held in the Alumni House. Four junior women at the tea table; third from left is Cheryl Benedict of Irvine, Kentucky. Photo appeared on page three in the February 27, 1964 issue of the Kentucky Kernel, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2078Scholarship luncheon, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2079Scholarship luncheon, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2080Five women honored at "Stars in the Night" Program held at Memorial Hall. From left to right: (front) Miss Margaret Devine, assistant to the dean of women, who received the Delta Zeta award to the outstanding woman of the year award; Mrs. Leroy Werle, named an honorary member of Links. (back) Sharon Perkins, Versailles, a senior mathematics major; Barbara Sutton, senior English major, who received the senior service award of Mortar Board; Elaine Kiviniemi, outstanding senior in the College of Nursing. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2081Two unidentified men in an office. Received November 2, 1964 from Public Relations, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2082Two men pouring metal into a mold while students watch, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4-H Club6D2476Kentucky Youth Seminar with 4-H and FFA Representatives. From left to right: unidentified, Patrice Crain, 4-H; Kelly Amburgey, FFA; Dr. Max J. Wasserman, UK. Herald-Leader photo, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2628Unidentified members of the 1941 4-H Club. This image appears on page 72 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2629Six unidentified men and one unidentified woman; 4-H candidates, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2630Two unidentified men and one unidentified woman; 4-H state officers, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2631One unidentified male 4-H member shaking hands with an unidentified 4-H speaker. Unidentified members are standing near by, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2632From left to right: Carter Blevins, Susan Johnson, and Billy Harper are all holding their 4-H awards. Photographer: Public Information Department, University of Kentucky, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2633Three unidentified woman and three unidentified men; 4-H Club work. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.245489Fayette County 4 - H, [1957]b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.Admission of first African American5E2083Lyman Johnson, right, and Kentucky State University President R. B. Atwood, leave federal district court in Lexington, after the court ruled in favor of Johnson's admission to the University of Kentucky, 1949, Marchb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 121; Audiovisual archivist has a copy negative in the copy negative file.5E2084Lyman Johnson, right, and Kentucky State University President R. B. Atwood, leave federal district court in Lexington, after the court ruled in favor of Johnson's admission to the University of Kentucky, 1949, Marchb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 121; Audiovisual archivist has a copy negative in the copy negative file.5E2085The first African Americans who were admitted to UK registered for graduate and professional classes, 1949b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 120.Ambassadors446943An unidentified man, an unidentified woman, and Amy Martin (far right) are incoming freshman standing with Sandy Curtis (third from right) and two other unidentified female Dean's Ambassadors, [1988]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Arbor Day5E2086Arbor Day Exercises--Arbor Day is a tradition where every year the senior class assembles and has a ceremony and plants a tree. This photo appears on page 73 in the 1915 "Kentuckian", [1915]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5E2086aArbor Day Exercises--Arbor Day is a tradition where every year the senior class assembles and has a ceremony and plants a tree. This photo appears on page 73 in the 1915 "Kentuckian" (duplicate of image 2086), [1915]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Big Blue Madness5E2087Unidentified people standing and camping out near Memorial Coliseum for "Big Blue Madness". This is when people line up and camp out to get basketball and sometimes football tickets. Photo donated by Bill Cooper, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5E2088A color photo of unidentified people standing and sitting in line as well as two officers on horses at Memorial Coliseum for "Big Blue Madness". This is where people wait in line and camp out to get a chance to get tickets for UK basketball and sometimes football tickets. Photo donated by Bill Cooper, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5E2089A color photo of unidentified people standing and sitting in line as well as two officers on horses at Memorial Coliseum for "Big Blue Madness". This is where people wait in line and camp out to get a chance to get tickets for UK basketball and sometimes football tickets. Photo donated by Bill Cooper, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5E2090A color photo of unidentified people standing and sitting in line as well as two officers on horses at Memorial Coliseum for "Big Blue Madness". This is where people wait in line and camp out to get a chance to get tickets for UK basketball and sometimes football tickets. Photo donated by Bill Cooper, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5E2091A color photo of unidentified people standing and sitting in line as well as two officers on horses at Memorial Coliseum for "Big Blue Madness". This is where people wait in line and camp out to get a chance to get tickets for UK basketball and sometimes football tickets. Photo donated by Bill Cooper, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.5E2092A color photo of unidentified people standing and sitting in line as well as two officers on horses at Memorial Coliseum for "Big Blue Madness". This is where people wait in line and camp out to get a chance to get tickets for UK basketball and sometimes football tickets. Photo donated by Bill Cooper, 1996, Fallcolor, 4 inches by 6 inches.British Universities Mission5E2093Administrative Building interior chapel decorated for the British Educational Mission Visit, June 22, 1897. Pews in chapel, palm plants decorated the chapel for this occasion. President Patterson was very excited to host the delegates, 1897, June 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate-Audiovisual has copy negative.5E2094British Universities Mission--Front row: Professor John July- Dubln University, Sir Henry Jones-Professor of Philosophy, Glasgow University, Professor Mewburn Walker-Oxford University. Standing: Sir Henry Meirs- Vice Chancellor-Manchester University, Lt. Nichols , Secretary to Mr. Shipley. President D. J. Cowling-Cainleton College, and Professor Thayer- Harvard University. Photo by Underwood and Underwood. Received January of 1953 from Dr. McVey's files, 1918, November 21b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Career Carnival5F2095Two men and a woman looking at a model near the Pfizer display at the 1957 Career Carnival. Lexington Herald-Leader photo, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2095aTwo men and a woman looking at a model near the Pfizer display at the 1957 Career Carnival. Lexington Herald-Leader photo (duplicate of image 2095), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F20961958 Career Carnival, General Shoe Corporation display. Photographer: Edward Wehle. Received October of 1958 by Public Relations, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F20971958 Career Carnival, a man talking to a student about trains, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2098From left to right: Mary Shirvin, Nancy Perkins, and Jean Holloway listen and watch T. Z. T. Conrad at a Career Carnival. Lexington Herald-Leader Photograph. Received November 4, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2099Mrs. Charles Marcus (center) and Charles Marcus (right) are on telephones. Carl Gorhman is on the left. Lexington Herald-Leader photo. Received November 4, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2100Ancel E. Cook (left), Wayne Baxter (center), Freddy Vanny (right) are talking at a display at a career carnival. Photographer: Herald-Leader. Received November 4, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2101Two women on telephones at Career Carnival. University of Kentucky Photographer, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2102Three women looking at Physical Therapy display. University of Kentucky Photographer, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2103Women at "They Army Medical Specialist Corps" exhibit. University of Kentucky Photographer, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2104Information on space satellite model. Received December 16, 1958 from Public Relations. University of Kentucky Photographer, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2105"Career Carnival Tea--Miss Anne Shaver (left) and Miss Sue Ball, UK students, chat with representatives of Ford Motor Company at President's tea launching third University of Kentucky Career Carnival. Ford representatives (from left to right), Peter J. Kernan, coordinator of College Recruiting; Walter Nash, training manager for the glass division; and William Smith, chairman of the Community Relations Committee at Louisville. Career exhibits will be open for public viewing from 1p.m to 10p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in Memorial Coliseum." From Public Relations, University of Kentucky; For release: Tuesday a.m., October 25, 1960; To: The Lexington Herald-Leader, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2106"Haloo Washington--One of the favorite displays at former UK Career Carnivals was this display demonstrating direct city-to-city telephone dialing. Latest information about more than 75 career fields will be dispensed at similar booths during the third UK Career Carnival in Memorial Coliseum October 25 through 26." Received October 14, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2106a"Haloo Washington--One of the favorite displays at former UK Career Carnivals was this display demonstrating direct city-to-city telephone dialing. Latest information about more than 75 career fields will be dispensed at similar booths during the third UK Career Carnival in Memorial Coliseum October 25 through 26." Received October 14, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 2106), 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2107Two male students are talking on walkie talkies. The new consumer gadget is large and heavy. Unidentified man in a cap and sunglasses is watching. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2108Two male students are talking on radio's to each other. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2109"Busy Tonight--David Banks (left) a UK sophomore, may someday use one of these transistorized radio helmets to ask for a date with Judy Glass (right) a senior at Georgetown High School. Right now, however, the radio helmets are being shown at the UK Career Carnival this week at Memorial Coliseum by Philip R. Poynter, an electronic technician at the Lexington Signal Depot." Lexington Herald-Leader Photo, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2110Three men talking at a Career Carnival. Photographer: Journal and Louisville Times; Gerald Griffin, 1960, October 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2111Our University, Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2112Three men listening on phones at a display at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2113U. S. Army model airplane at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2114Men looking at the Kentucky Utilities Company at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2115"Tennessee Valley Authority" display at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2116"Tennessee Valley Authority" display at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2117Ford Motor Company trying to recruit people at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2118Men looking at Dictaphones and Merchant calculators at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2119Four men looking at the "Tennessee Valley Authority" display at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2120The Teacher's Story exhibit; Future Teacher's of America, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2121Men showing UK students about IBM 632 at the 1960 Career Carnival. Received November 1, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2122One woman showing a brochure to two men. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Centennial Year- 19655F2123President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson, addressing Centennial Convocation, 1965, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Laser-printer duplicate print of original in General Print File: Campus Activities and Events-Visitors-Lyndon B. Johnson.5F2124Centennial Convocation platform party. Featured speaker was President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson (far left on platform head bowed). At podium is Kentucky Governor Edward T. Breathitt. To his right stands UK President John W. Oswald. Women standing (left to right) are: Lady Bird (Mrs. Lyndon B.) Johnson, Rosanel (Mrs. John W.) Oswald, Mrs. Edward T. Breathitt, and one unidentified woman, 1965, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2125Governor Ed "Ned" Breathitt shaking hands with unidentified man at Commencement, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2126UK celebrated its centennial with a formal dance in the Grand Ballroom, 1965, February 22b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual Image No. 170.5F2127Man standing near the fire place in a black suit with black and white stripped tie is Governor Ed "Ned" Breathitt. Man standing on the left near a woman with a big white hat (Rosanel Oswald) is President Oswald. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2128Man giving speech, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2129Barry Bingham talking to two women. From left to right: Mrs. Courtney Ellis and Mrs. C. V. Whitney, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2130People greeting one another (left to right): President Oswald, Mrs. Oswald, Mrs. Willard, Dean Willard, and Former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2131People shaking hands. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2132Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bingham read copies of "The Courier-Journal". Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2133"Special Guests" sign shows people people standing around, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2134People mingling and eating at a gathering. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2135Two men talking at a gathering, man on the left is Dean Willard and an unidentified man on the right. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.5F2136Four people talking one of whom is Rosanel Oswald in large light colored hat, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517426From the left: Elvis Stahr, UK Alumnus, former Dean of the College of Law, and President of Indiana University; U. S. Senator John Sherman Cooper; Smith Broadbent, UK Alumnus and Board of Trustees member; Mrs. Broadbent. They are talking to one another, 1965, April 30b / w, 7.5 inches by 10 inches.Clark (Thomas D.)-99th Birthday Celebration5F2137Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. From left to right: Bill Bryant, WKYT News Anchor speaking with Dr. Thomas D. Clark, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2138Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. From left to right: Bill Bryant, WKYT News Anchor speaking with Dr. Thomas D. Clark, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2139Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Unidentified woman newscaster and newscaster Bill Bryant with Dr. Thomas D. Clark, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2140Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Crowd, and the white headed man in the back is Terry Mobley, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2141Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Seated at right: John Clevance; Far right, seated: Howard Grotch, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2142Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Tallest woman is Helen Breckinridge and first from left is Francis Lamason, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2143Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Patsy Todd, first lady of UK and Paul Holbrook., 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2144Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. News casters with Thomas D. Clark, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2145Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Leonard Curry, Mac Coffman, and Frank Mathias, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2146Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Robert Milward and wife Eleanor, she is wearing an orange dress, and Dick Cooper is to the far right, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2147Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Dr. Todd and two unidentified people, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2148Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: unidentified man, Bill and Jan Marshall, both holding punch cups, and Dr. Mary W. Hargreaves in a striped suit, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2149Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Left to right: Carl Nathe, Thomas D. Clark, unidentified woman, and Robert Milward in the background, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2150Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Eleanor Milward, unidentified woman, Dr. Mary W. Hargreaves, and Richard Belding, State Archivist in the far right back corner, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2151Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. In the center is Foster Ockerman (wearing a blue jacket) and Reverend Harold Dorsey is to his left (retired Methodist Minister), 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2152Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Bill Bryant, newsman and President Todd in the foreground. Lisa Carter, unidentified woman, Jim Birchfield, unidentified woman, and Carl Nathe, all in the background, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2153Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Guests seated; next to last person, in blue stripes is Dr. Mary W. Hargreaves, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2154Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Man with blue jacket and back to the camera is John Irvine. Mrs. John Gaines (Joan) is speaking to Eleanor Milward, who has her back to the camera. President Todd is talking with Bob Milward. And the woman wearing an orange jacket is Terry Green, Director of Ashland Home Trust, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2155Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. In the center is Terry Green and spouse, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2156Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14 1903. George Herring, Foster Okerman (wearing blue jacket in the back), Mary Molinaro (red skirt), John Cleaver, Jan Marshall (in light green suit), Loretta Clark, wife of Thomas D. Clark. On the far right: Lindsay Apple, Georgetown College professor, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2157Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Reception table in Maxwell Place , 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2158Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Guests in Maxwell Place yard, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2159Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: unidentified woman, unidentified man, and Ned "Ed" Breathitt, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2160Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Dr. and Mrs. Todd addressing crowd on front steps of Maxwell Place, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2161Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Glenna Graves (Mrs. Jake Graves, III) and Charles Shearer, President of Transylvania, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2162Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Glenna Graves in pink dress and in gray coat (Jake Graves, III), Dr. and Mrs. Frank Dickey, President Emeritus of UK, and Charles Shearer, President of Transylvania, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2163Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Seated with white hat is John Gaines, former Board of Trustees member and community philanthropist and former President Otis Singletary, in the back wearing sunglasses, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2164Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Couple on the left is Ray and Mrs. Hornback, former Vice President of UK; in the center with back to the camera is Stephen Wrinn, Director University Press of Kentucky talking with John Cleaver, author, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2165Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Man standing by himself is Harold Dorsey, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2166Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Woman in the center holding a shoulder bag is Gloria Singletary speaking with George and Mrs. Zack, Director of Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra and Mrs. Rosenthal is in the multi-colored dress and is standing beside Gloria Singletary 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2167Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Dr. Todd speaking to guests and Ruth Landrum on his left with beige dress and glasses, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2168Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903 Left to right: Charles Roland, Bill Marshall, in the center is Thomas D. Clark and to his right is Claire McCann, UK Manuscript Librarian, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2169Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Vase of roses with Rosemary Brooks sitting on the far right, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2170Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Charles Shearer, President of Transylvania, George Herring, UK Professor of history in the center, and Dr. Clark is shaking hands with former UK President Frank Dickey, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2171Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Thomas D. Clark shaking hands, Dottie Leathers Herring, spouse of George Herring, and Hillary Boone, UK benefactor, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2172Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Left to right: unidentified person, former UK Presidents Frank Dickey (red tie) and Otis Singletary in sunglasses. Dr. Clark is to the far right, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2173Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: unidentified person, former UK President Otis Singletary in sunglasses, unidentified man, Dr. Todd, and Charles Shearer, Transylvania President, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2174Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Man in brown jacket is Hillary Boone, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2175Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Left to right: Thomas D. Clark, state historian laureate, Provost from Vanderbilt, and an unidentified man, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2176Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Dr. Thomas D. Clark, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2177Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Frank Mathis seated at the left, John Irvine, and an unidentified man, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2178Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Guests at Maxwell Place, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2179Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. John Gaines, former Board of Trustees member and philanthropist, with hat, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2180Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Patsy Todd and unidentified woman, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2181Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Dr. Thomas D. Clark with great granddaughter, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2182Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Dr. Thomas D. Clark seated, daughter , Elizabeth with her hand on the chair and behind her is Dr. Clark's son, Bennett Clark, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2183Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Dr. Thomas D. Clark seated, his daughter , Elizabeth with her hand on the chair, his son Bennett Clark is behind her, and Dr. Clark's wife, Loretta is standing in the front, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2184Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 14, 1903. Left to right: Herbert Sledd, Lexington attorney, with Thomas D. Clark and family, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2185Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Rosemary Brooks, member of the Library Associates, Carolyn Sledd, and Herb Sledd, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2186Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Guests at Maxwell Place, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2187Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hornback, former Vice President at UK, Patsy Todd and unidentified people , 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2188Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hornback, former Vice President at UK, Patsy Todd and unidentified people , 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.5F2189Celebration: July 11, 2002; Actual Birthday: July 16, 2002. Left to right: former UK professor Wimberly Royster, and unidentified people, 2002, July 11color, 5 inches by 7 inches.Clark (Thomas D.)-100th Birthday Celebration456999The cover of the book, "Thomas D. Clark: An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth", which was presented before Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457000A University Press of Kentucky table is selling the book "Thomas D. Clark: An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth" before Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457001Jerry Crouch (far right), Robert Sexton (second from right), Dr. Thomas D. Clark (center), and Nancy Baird (far left) are seated around a table and Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457002Nancy Baird (far right), Carol Crowe Carrico (second from right), Leonard Curry (second from left) and Walter Baker, State Senator (far let) are seated around a table at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457003Mary Wilma Hargreaves (far right), Jerry Crouch (second from right) Robert Sexton (third from right), Dr., Thomas Clark (center), Nancy Baird (third from left), Carol Crowe Carrico (second from left) and Leonard Curry (far left) are seated around a table at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457004Mary Wilma Hargreaves (far right), Jerry Crouch (second from right), Robert Sexton (third from right), Dr. Thomas Clark (center), Nancy Baird (second from left), and Carol Crowe Carrico (left) are seated at a table at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457005Lowell Harrison (far right), William Ellis (second from right), James Klotter (third from right), James Duane Bolin (center), John Keber (third from left), Charles Roland (second from left), and Edward Coffman (far left) are seated at a table at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457006The men and women who wrote chapters in the book "Thomas D. Clark: An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth." They are at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. From the left: John Kleber, James Duane Bolin, James Klotter, John Ed Pierce, William Ellis, Lowell Harrison, Walter Baker, Leonard Curry, and Carol Crowe Carrico, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457007Stephen Wrinn (left), Jerry Crouch (center), and former Governor Ned "Ed" Breathitt (right) are at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457008A sign that reads "Happy 100th Birthday Dr. Clark" is hanging at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457009Dr. Thomas D. Clark is seated at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457010Thomas D. Clark (right) is talking with President Lee Todd (second from left) and Patricia B. Todd at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. Carl Nathe is standing (center) near Thomas Clark, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457011Thomas D. Clark is talking with President Lee Todd (center) and Patricia B. Todd (left) at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. Carl Nathe is standing in the background to the right, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457012Thomas D. Clark is talking with President Lee Todd (center) and Patricia B. Todd (left) at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. Carl Nathe is standing in the background to the right, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457013Thomas D. Clark is talking with President Lee Todd (center) and Patricia B. Todd (left) at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457014Thomas D. Clark is talking with President Lee Todd (center) and Patricia B. Todd (left) at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457015Thomas D. Clark is talking with Patricia B. Todd (left), President Lee Todd (second from left), and William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457016William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives (right) is assisting Dr., Thomas D. Clark (left) into Young Library for Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457017An unidentified man (right) is shaking hands with Dr. Thomas D. Clark (left) while William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives (center) watches. They are at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457018Thomas D. Clark (left) and William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives (right) are entering Young Library for Thomas Clark's 100th birthday celebration, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457019Thomas D. Clark (center) is shaking hands with Isabel Yates, Uban County Council (right), while William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives (right) watches at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457020Esther Edwards (center, background) watches Thomas Clark (right) converse with Isabel Yates, Urban County Council (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457021Thomas Clark (center) is greeting an unidentified man while President Lee Todd (right) watches at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457022William J. Marshall (right) is escorting Loretta Brock (center) into Young Library for Thomas Clark's 100th birthday celebration while Mrs. Amos Lawrence (left) talks, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457023Patricia B. Todd (left) is talking with Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives is standing near Patricia Todd and Loretta Brock, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457024Patricia B. Todd (left) is talking with Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives is standing near Patricia Todd and Loretta Brock, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457025Patricia B. Todd (left) is talking with Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. William J. Marshall, Director of Special Collections and Archives is standing near Patricia Todd and Loretta Brock, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457026President Lee Todd (left) is talking with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457027Provost Michael Nietzel (left) is talking with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. William J. Marshal, Director of Special Collections and Archives is standing near Nietzel and Clark, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457028Provost Michael Nietzel (left) is handing Thomas Clark (right) a book at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457029Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting next to Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457030Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting and talking with Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457031Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting next to Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457032Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting next to Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457033Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457034Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457035Patricia B. Todd (left) and an unidentified man (center) are giving a cane to Thomas D. Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457036Patricia B. Todd (left) and an unidentified man (center) are giving a cane to Thomas D. Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457037President Lee Todd (left) is talking with Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. Patricia B. Todd (center, background) and an unidentified female are talking with Thomas D. Clark (right, background) in the background, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457038President Lee Todd (left) and Patricia B. Todd (center) are talking with Thomas D. Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457039President Lee Todd (left) and Patricia B. Todd (center) are talking with Thomas D. Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457040President Lee Todd (left) is talking with Thomas D. Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457041Dr. Thomas D. Clark is sitting and reading during his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457042Stephen Winn (left) is talking with Dr. Thomas D. Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457043Thomas D. Clark (left) is sitting at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457044Patricia B. Todd is giving opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457045Patricia B. Todd is giving opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457046Patricia B. Todd is giving opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457047Thomas D. Clark (seated, center) and Loretta Brock (seated, right) are listening to Patricia B. Todd (left) giving opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457048Patricia B. Todd is giving opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457049Patricia B. Todd is giving opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457050Loretta Brock (right) is listening to Patricia B. Todd give opening remarks at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457051Patricia Todd (left) is shaking Thomas Clark's (center) hand, while Loretta Brock (right) and unidentified men and women watch at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457052Stephen Winn, Director of the University Press of Kentucky, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457053Stephen Winn, Director of the University Press of Kentucky, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457054Unidentified men and women are listening to John Kleber (center), editor of "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth" speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457055John Kleber, editor of "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth," is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457056John Kleber, editor of "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth," is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457057John Kleber, editor of "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth," is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457058John Kleber, editor of "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth," is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457059Robert Sexton, Executive Director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457060Robert Sexton, Executive Director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457061Robert Sexton, Executive Director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457062Robert Sexton, Executive Director of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457063Unidentified men and women are listening to James Klotter, State Historian of Kentucky, speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457064James Klotter, State Historian of Kentucky, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457065James Klotter, State Historian of Kentucky, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457066James Klotter, State Historian of Kentucky, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.457067Stephen Wrinn (right), Director of the University Press of Kentucky, is presenting the three millionth book to Carol Diedrichs (left), Dean of Libraries, at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467068Stephen Wrinn (right), Director of the University Press of Kentucky, is presenting the three millionth book to Carol Diedrichs (left), Dean of Libraries, at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467069Stephen Wrinn (right), Director of the University Press of Kentucky, is presenting the three millionth book to Carol Diedrichs (left), Dean of Libraries, at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467070Carol Diedrichs, Dean of Libraries, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library after receiving the three millionth volume "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth.", 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467071Carol Diedrichs, Dean of Libraries, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467072Loretta Brock (right) is watching Carol Diedrichs (left), Dean of Libraries, giving a certificate to Thomas D. Clark (center) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467073David Hamilton, Chair of the History Department, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467074David Hamilton, Chair of the History Department, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467075David Hamilton, Chair of the History Department, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467076Thomas D. Clark (seated, center, background) and Patricia Todd (left) are listening to President Lee Todd (right) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467077President Lee Todd is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467078President Lee Todd is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467079Patricia Todd (left) is listening to President Lee Todd speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. Thomas D. Clark is visible in the bottom right corner, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467080Patricia Todd (left), Thomas Clark (seated, right), and unidentified people are listening to President Lee Todd (center) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467081Patricia Todd (left), Thomas Clark (seated, left), Stephen Wrinn, Director of the University Press of Kentucky (right), and unidentified people are listening to President Lee Todd (center) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467082Loretta Brock (seated, right) and unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (standing, left) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467083Patricia Todd (left) and unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467084Stephen Wrinn (seated, left), Director of the University Press of Kentucky, and unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467085Unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (right) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467086Unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (right) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467087Unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (left) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467088Unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (left) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467089Unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (left) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467090Unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark (left) speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467091Bill Marshall (standing, left, background), Director of Special Collections and Archives, and unidentified people are listening to Thomas Clark speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467092Thomas Clark is speaking at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467093Thomas Clark is speaking at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467094Thomas Clark is speaking at his 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467095Everett McCorvey is singing Happy Birthday to Thomas Clark at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467096Patricia Todd (right) is watching Thomas Clark (center) shake hands with Everett McCorvey (left), who sang Happy Birthday to Thomas Clark at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467097Patricia Todd (right), Loretta Brock (center, behind Clark), and President Lee Todd (second from left) are watching Thomas Clark (center) shake hands with Everett McCorvey (left), who sang Happy Birthday to Thomas Clark at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467098The cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467099Patricia Todd (right), Loretta Brock (second from right), and President Todd (left) are helping Thomas Clark (second from left) cut his birthday cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467100Patricia Todd (right), Loretta Brock (second from right), and President Todd (left) are helping Thomas Clark (second from left) cut his birthday cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467101Patricia Todd (right), Loretta Brock (second from right), and President Todd (left) are helping Thomas Clark (second from left) cut his birthday cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467102Patricia Todd (right) and Loretta Brock (second from right) are helping Thomas Clark (second from left) cut his birthday cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467103Patricia Todd (right), Loretta Brock (second from right), and President Todd (left) are helping Thomas Clark (second from left) cut his birthday cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467104Patricia Todd (right), Loretta Brock (second from right), and President Todd (left) are helping Thomas Clark (second from left) cut his birthday cake at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467105Patricia Todd (left) is talking with Loretta Brock (right). Behind the women William Marshall (right), Director of Special Collections and Archives, is talking with President Lee Todd (center) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467106President Lee Todd (left) is talking with Loretta Brock (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467107The people who wrote chapters of "An Uncommon Life in the Commonwealth" and unidentified people are in an audience at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. Front row from the right: Bill Ellis, Lowell Harrison, Charles Roland, Leonard Curry, Edward Coffman, Jerry Crouch, Mary Wilma Hargreaves, Carol Crowe Carrie, and Nancy Baird, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467108Unidentified men and women are sitting in an audience at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467109Unidentified men and women are sitting near the William T. Young tapestry in an audience at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467110Carl Nathe, University of Kentucky Public Relations Officer, is speaking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467111Thomas Clark (seated, center), Patricia Todd (seated, left) and unidentified people are listening to Carl Nathe, University of Kentucky Public Relations Officer, speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467112Thomas Clark (seated, left) is listening to Carl Nathe, University of Kentucky Public Relations Officer, speak at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467113Carol Diedrichs (right), Dean of Libraries, is talking with Mike Nietzel (center), Provost, and former Governor of Kentucky Louie Nunn (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467114Sue Wylie (left), radio personality, is talking to and shaking hands with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467115Former Governor Louie B. Nunn (left) is talking with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467116Patricia Todd (right) is talking to Joy Hembree (left), well wisher for Clark, at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467117Betty Rosenthal (left) is talking with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467118Betty Rosenthal (left) is talking with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467119Anne Campbell (Mrs. Alex) (right) is talking with Thomas Clark (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467120Foster Ockerman (left)and Mrs. Ockerman (right) are talking with Thomas Clark (seated, left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467121Sue Burch (right, holding paper) and Mr. Burch (left, shaking hands) are talking with Thomas Clark (seated, left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467122James Archambeau (center) and an unidentified woman (left) are talking with Thomas Clark at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467123James Archambeau (center) and an unidentified woman (left) are standing near Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467124David Zageer (center, shaking hands) and Mrs. Zageer are talking with Thomas Clark at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467125Sarah Henry (left), Professor of Home Economics, is talking to and shaking hands with Thomas Clark (right)at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467126Lillian Press (right) is talking with Thomas Clark (seated, left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467127Dottie Leathers Herring (right) is talking with Thomas Clark (seated, left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467128Georgeanne Strickland (right) is talking with Thomas Clark (seated, left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467129Georgeanne Strickland (right) is talking with Thomas Clark (seated, left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467130Charles Hay (right) is watching former Governor Ned "Ed" Breathitt (center) shaking hands with Thomas Clark (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467131J. Michael Courtney (left), owner of Black Swan Books, is talking with Thomas Clark (right) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467132Lt. Colonel Howard Goodpaster (center) and Mrs. Goodpaster (right) are talking with President Lee Todd (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467133Former Governor Ned "Ed" Breathitt (right) is talking with an unidentified woman (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467134Joe Houlihan (left) and an unidentified man (right) are watching Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467135Bobbie Ann Mason, Author, at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.467136Bobbie Ann Mason, Author, at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477137Jerry W. Browning (right), President of Bell County Historical Society, is talking with Thomas Clark (left)at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477138Jerry Browning (right) and Ms. Green (center) are talking with Loretta Brock (left), spouse of Thomas Clark at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library. In the background Len Press (center) and Lillian Press (left) are talking, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477139Carol Diedrichs (right), Dean of Libraries, is talking with UK Provost Mike Nietzel (center) and Former Governor of Kentucky Louie B. Nunn (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477140Al Smith (right) from "Comment on Kentucky" on Kentucky Educational Television (right) is talking with an unidentified man (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477141John Ed Pierce (right), Joe Houlihan (center), and an unidentified man (left) are talking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477142Ken Williams (far left), Editor Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Charles Hay (left of Ken Williams), George Herring (center), UK History Professor, and an unidentified man are talking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477143Ken Williams (center), Editor Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, is talking with Lowell Harrison (right) and Carol Crowe Carrico (left) at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477144Jerry Crouch (far right), George Herring (center), History Professor, Dottie Leathers Herring (center, left) and Isabel Yates (far left) are talking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477145Al Smith (center, back facing), "Comment on Kentucky" and unidentified people are talking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library , 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.477146Dottie Leathers Herring (center), Isabel Yates (center, left) and unidentified people are talking at Dr. Thomas D. Clark's 100th birthday celebration at Young Library, 2003, July 9color, 4 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was taken by Ann Stroth.Class Registration, Welcome Week, and Freshman Orientation6A2190University of Kentucky class registration in Memorial Coliseum, 1952, February 4b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2191Registration--Nancy Stout from Jeffersonville and her mother and father are helping her move in. Photo taken by Herald Leader, 1953, September 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2192University of Kentucky registration, 1952, February 4b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2193Registration--last girl on the right is Joyce Jones, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2194Orientation Week--two students at mail boxes, 1955, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2195Registration and Freshman Week--students on steps of Miller Hall, coming down on the left is Susan Haselden, top left side is Kay Vaughn, coming down the middle is Margaret Futrell, 1956, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2196Registration and Freshman Week--group of freshman girls walking on campus; Susan Haselden is in the front, the next two girls are Margaret Fistrell and Susan Freed, 1956, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2197UK Freshman--from left to right: unidentified man, unidentified woman, Sondra Riska, unidentified man, Sharon Gregory, and Jim Kline, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2198Registration--Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2199Registration--students waiting in a line outside of Memorial Coliseum to register for classes. Mack Hughes photograph, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2200Students moving into dorms. Received March 19, 1957 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2201Welcome Week--students moving in and parents helping, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2202Registration--Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2203Registration--girl in sleeveless blouse is Lydia "Shug" Thompson Wilson (Mrs. Harold Wilson). The girl in the blazer is Carolyn Lindley from Louisville, 1957, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2204Orientation--unidentified, Ann Emmons, unidentified, and Mary Evelyn are all standing outside waiting for orientation. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2205Registration--from left to right: unidentified, unidentified, Emily Crawford, unidentified, Belinda Clark, unidentified, and others. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2206Registration--Boy in the beanie is Joe Micilicanage. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2207Female student getting picture taken for ID card. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2208Registration--Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2209Registration--Two male students during registration; boy on the left is Jim Stephens. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2210Registration--Group of female students beside an X-ray unit. From left to right: unidentified, Elaine Long, unidentified, Peggy Rollins, Joan Weggins, and Judy Semmons. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2211Registration--Group of female students beside an X-ray unit. From left to right: unidentified, Elaine Long, unidentified, Peggy Rollins, Joan Weggins, and Judy Semmons. Received September of 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2212Registration--Dr. Van Harne and students. Received December 20, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2213Orientation--students on steps behind Memorial Hall; the guide is Susan Haselden. Received December 20, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2214Registration--Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2215Prospective students pose in front of Administration Building. Received May 13, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2216Moving into Holmes Hall, which opened in 1958, required lots of friends and balance, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 155.6A2217Freshman arriving for classes, parents assisting with luggage, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2218Two female students enter Frazee Hall with duffle bags to move in; woman on the right is Catherine Ward, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2219Two men unpacking a car, one has books, the other is carrying clothes, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2220Freshman Orientation and Welcome Week. Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2220Freshman Orientation and Welcome Week. Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2221Bobby Matlock is the man on the far right; this picture shows the first female to sign up for Air ROTC, 1958, September 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2222Group of male students in a field listening to a man speak. Photographer: Herald-Leader staff, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2223Freshman Orientation--Received September 1, 1960 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2224Welcome Week--Received September 18, 1959 from Public Relations. Photographer: Herald-Leader staff, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2225Welcome Week--Tour guide is Chappell Wilson Received September 25, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2226Freshman Orientation--Group of people in Memorial Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2227Two Frankfort families have learned about UK prior to their enrollment in the fall. Summer orientation and advising is given three days each week until August for incoming freshman. From left to right: Carol Gaines and her mother, Mrs. Franklin Gaines; Lucy Jo Terry and her mother, Mrs. Joe Terry; Dr. Kenneth Harper, assistant Dean of Men and coordinator of the orientation program. Received September 8, 1961 from Public Relations, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2228Students moving in; a man and two women. Received December 11, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2229Registration--Freshman registration in the dorms. Photo appears first on page 27 in the 1962 "Kentuckian", [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2230Registration--Photo appears first on page 29 in the 1962 "Kentuckian", [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2231Registration--At Stoll Field. Received October 10, 1962 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2232Registration--Line of women and men students waiting to register for classes. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2233Dean Standley Wall (center) is helping two young men at freshman orientation, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2234Freshman Orientation, 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2235Registration for classes. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2236Freshman Orientation. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2237Freshman Registration. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2238"Campus Awareness Weekend" held in Fayette Mall, attracted a variety of interested students. Mari Thornton and Dick Stofer, of admissions and registrar's office helped operated the UK booth. Lexington Technical Institute, a UK community college, also had a booth at the event, 1976b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 203.6A2239Moving into residence hall for the year brings out a variety of objects and talents, 1977b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 205.6A2240Moving into the Kirwan Blanding Complex took organization and team work, 1984b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Cultural Diversity6A2241An unidentified speaker, discussing cultural diversity. Received October 27, 1999 from Public Relations, 1992, Springb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Elections6A2242A woman swinging next to two men in front of Buell Armory, 1956, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2243A woman swinging next to two men in front of Buell Armory, 1956, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2244A woman swinging next to two men in front of Buell Armory. Received May 8, 1956 from Public Relations, 1956, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2245Students voting or getting information at the Alexander/Sulier table, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2246Alexander is handing a card to a woman trying to get her to vote for him as Commerce Representative, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2247On the left is Joan and on the right is Dave Becker. Received December 9, 1958 from Public Relations. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2248Student government. This photo appears second on page 265 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2249Student government. This photo appears second on page 266 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2250Student elections. This photo appears first on page 240 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2251Student elections. This photo appears first on page 241 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2252Student elections, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2253Student elections. This photo appears third on page 240 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2417Students in line to vote for Student Government Officers. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Exhibits4F1668"University of Kentucky Alumni and Staff who died in the service of their country in World War II"--Prepared by staff of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education; displayed in King Library, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1668a"University of Kentucky Alumni and Staff who died in the service of their country in World War II"--Prepared by staff of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education; displayed in King Library (duplicate of image 1668), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1668b"University of Kentucky Alumni and Staff who died in the service of their country in World War II"--Prepared by staff of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education; displayed in King Library (duplicate of image 1668), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1669World War II Memorial-Boards lists all University of Kentucky personnel, alumni, staff, or students in service. Cards were marked to indicated missing or killed in action. Boards displayed in foyer of King Library but were moved across the doorway for the picture. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. Mary Scully and Mary Hester Cooper, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1669aWorld War II Memorial-Boards lists all University of Kentucky personnel, alumni, staff, or students in service. Cards were marked to indicated missing or killed in action. Boards displayed in foyer of King Library but were moved across the doorway for the picture. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. Mary Scully and Mary Hester Cooper (duplicate of image 1669), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.4F1670World War II Memorial-Boards lists all University of Kentucky personnel, alumni, staff, or students in service. Cards were marked to indicated missing or killed in action. Boards displayed in foyer of King Library but were moved across the doorway for the picture. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. Mary Scully and Mary Hester Cooper, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2258Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 621, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). On the left is Modiglian's "Woman of the People" and on the right is Rubens "Young Woman with Curly Hair", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6A2259Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 147, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Vincent van Gough's "Hospital at Saint Remy", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2259aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 147, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Vincent van Gough's "Hospital at Saint Remy" (duplicate of image 2259), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2259bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 147, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Vincent van Gough's "Hospital at Saint Remy" (duplicate of image 2259), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2260Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 424, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rembrandt's "Juno", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2261Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 57, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Gaugin's "Bonjour Mr. Gaugin", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2261aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 57, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Gaugin's "Bonjour Mr. Gaugin" (duplicate of image 2261), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2262Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 57, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Gaugin's "Bonjour Mr. Gaugin" (duplicate of image 2261), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2263Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 34, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Degas "Three Dancers in Yellow Skirts", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6A2264Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 142, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Gustave Moreau "Salome", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2265Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 150, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Durer "Tuff of Cowslips", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2265aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 150, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Durer "Tuff of Cowslips" (duplicate of image 2265), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2265bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 150, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Durer "Tuff of Cowslips" (duplicate of image 2265), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2265cArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 150, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Durer "Tuff of Cowslips" (duplicate of image 2265), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2266Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 2, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rubens "Young Woman with Curly Hair", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2266aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 2, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rubens "Young Woman with Curly Hair" (duplicate of image 2266), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2266bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 2, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rubens "Young Woman with Curly Hair" (duplicate of image 2266), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2267Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 131, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Monet "View of Bordighera", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2267aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 131, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Monet "View of Bordighera" (duplicate of image 2267), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2267bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 131, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Monet "View of Bordighera" (duplicate of image 2267), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2268Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 51, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Renoir "Two Girls Reading", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2268aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 51, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Renoir "Two Girls Reading" (duplicate of image 2268), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2269Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 48, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Odilon Redon "Vase of Flowers", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2270Armand Hammer Foundation-UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Gilbert Stuart "Portrait of George Washington", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2271Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 5, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Jean Honore Fragonard "The Education of the Virgin", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2272Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 50, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Renoir "Grape Pickers at Lunch", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2272aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 50, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Renoir "Grape Pickers at Lunch" (duplicate of image 2272), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2273Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 143, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Pissarro "Boulevard Montmartre, Mardi-Gras", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2273aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 143, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Pissarro "Boulevard Montmartre, Mardi-Gras" (duplicate of image 2273), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2273bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 143, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Pissarro "Boulevard Montmartre, Mardi-Gras" (duplicate of image 2273), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2274Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 145, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Mary Cassatt "Summertime", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2274aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 145, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Mary Cassatt "Summertime" (duplicate of image 2274), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2274bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 145, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Mary Cassatt "Summertime" (duplicate of image 2274), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2275Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 144, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Cezanne "Boy Resting", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2275aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 144, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Cezanne "Boy Resting" (duplicate of image 2275), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2275bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 144, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Cezanne "Boy Resting" (duplicate of image 2275), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2276Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 503, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rembrandt "Portrait of a Man Holding a Black Hat", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2276aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 503, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rembrandt "Portrait of a Man Holding a Black Hat" (duplicate of image 2276), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2276bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 503, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Rembrandt "Portrait of a Man Holding a Black Hat" (duplicate of image 2276), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2277Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 503, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Portrait print of Hammer, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2278Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 89, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Modigliani "Woman of the People", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2278aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 89, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Modigliani "Woman of the People" (duplicate of image 2278), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2279Armand Hammer Foundation-UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Camille Corot "Portrait of a Girl", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate color positive located in General Print File; negative collection; Campus Activities and Events-Exhibits.6B2280Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 146, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). William Michael Harnett "Still Life", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2281Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 502, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). John Everett Millais "Caller Herrin", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2282Armand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 134, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Sargent "Dr. Pozzi at Home", undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2282aArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 134, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Sargent "Dr. Pozzi at Home" (duplicate of image 2282), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2282bArmand Hammer Foundation-photo file number 134, UK Art Museum Exhibit (November 17, 1981- January 10, 1982). Sargent "Dr. Pozzi at Home" (duplicate of image 2282), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Founders Week6B2283Dr. Frank L. McVey and President Herman L. Donovan on Founders Day. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, March 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2284Dr. Frank L. McVey, President Herman L. Donovan, and Dr. J. J. Tigert on Founders Day. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, March 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2285Mildred Lewis, Mrs. C. J. Scott, and President H. L. Donovan seated together on Founders' Day, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2286Mildred Lewis, Mrs. C. J. Scott, and President H. L. Donovan seated together on Founders' Day, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2287From left to right: Aimo Kiviniemi, Music Department; Leonard Press, radio arts; Dr. William H. Jansen, Department of English; Dr. Abe Kirwan, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2288Picture of a plaque awarded to Margaret I. King, first librarian at UK; award given February 22, 1957 on Founders' Day. Received January 31, 1957 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2289Picture of a plaque awarded to Margaret I. King, first librarian at UK; award given February 22, 1957 on Founders' Day. Received January 31, 1957 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2290University of Louisville, Davidson, on Founders' Day. Received March 4, 1957 from Public Relations, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2291Centennial Founders Day Convocation (February 22, 1965) platform party. Featured speaker was President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson (far left on platform, head bowed). At podium is Kentucky Governor Edward T. Breathitt. To his right stands University of Kentucky President, John W. Oswald, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Laser-printer duplicate of original is in General Print File: Campus Activities and Events-Centennial Year-1965.6B2292Founders Day Convocation for President Kennedy and President Johnson; pictured is Arthur Goldberg, Secretary of Labor, 1968, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2293Founders Day Convocation, 1968, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2294President A. D. Kirwan (right); Elvis J. Stahr Jr. (center), Dean of the Law School; and an unidentified man (left) are conversing with each other at Founders Day. Elvis J. Stahr Jr. spoke. This photo appears first on page 97 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2295From left to right: President Charles Wethington, Robert Hemenway, Paige Estes, and John Gaines, 1990b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2296University Orchestra and Chorus presenting a joint program at Memorial Hall to open Founders' Week. Dr. Stein is conducting. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2297Dr. Howard Hanson is speaking on "The Place of Music in Our Society" at the Guignol Theater. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2298President Donovan a the dedication of the Fine Arts Building at the Guignol Theater. From left to right: Helen King, L. S. Thompson, E. E. Stein, H. E. Spivey, F. L. McVey, R. McLain, L. M. Chamberlain, unidentified man, Ezra L. Gillis, Jack Wild, and W. N. Wally Briggs. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2299Dedication service the the Fine Arts Building at Guignol Theater. From left to right: Helen King, Dr. Lawrence S. Thompson, President Donovan, Dr. Edwin Stein, Dr. Spivey, Dr. Frank McVey, President of Transylvania Raymond McLain, Leo Chamberlain, Elliot Jones, Ezra Gillis, Edward Rannells, Mr. E. Farris, Elmer Sulzee, Jack Wild, and Wally Briggs. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2300The Fine Arts Building during Dedication Week. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2301Walter Prichard Eaton speaking on "The Place of Drama in Our Society" at the Guignol Theater; seated is Professor Wallace N. Briggs. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2302Philip R. Adams speaking at Guignol Theater on February 23, 1950 (Founder's Week); Speech entitled "The Place of Fine Arts in Our Society"; seated: Professor Edward W. Rannells, head of the Art Department. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2303University Chorus performs at dedication of Fine Arts Building; under the direction of Miss Mildred Lewis. Photographer: John B. Kuiper. Shown second from the right in the first row is Sarah Utterback and second from the right in the back row is Martha Shindelbouer, 1950, February 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2304A. B. Gutherie speaking at Guignol Theater during Founder's Week. Seated around Gutherie, from left to right: William Sloane, John Ciard, Jesse Stuart and Professor Hollis S. Summers. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 24b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2305Two unidentified people standing in the Fine Arts Building outside Guignol Theater. Photographer: Ben L. Williams, Jr., 1950, Januaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2306Shot of a tea given in the Fine Arts Building Lounge during Founder's Week. Pouring: Mrs. M. M. White, and Mrs. H. L. Donovan (back to camera). At tea table is Janice Stille (in black). Bald man is Frank J. Prindl, in front of Frank is Sam Morton. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2307Performance of Media at Guignol Theater. The program lists the characters as: Media- Mrs. Lucille Little, Jason- Joe Pat Knight, Two boys- Scott Long and Robert Vogel, Guardian- Michael Graine, Nurse- Mary Mulligan, Three Woman of Corinth- Ellen Drake, Priscilla Hancher, and Ann Perrine, Spear Carriers- George R. Stone and Raymon Yancey, Soldiers- James Darst and David Chapman. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2308Exhibition of early family portraits arranged by Anne W. Callihan in the Fine Arts Building during Founder's Week. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2309Louisville Orchestra performing at Memorial Hall for final program of Founders' Week. Robert Whitney is conducting and Nathaniel Patch is piano soloist. Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1950, February 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.General6C2379Picnic, showing Augustus O. Stanley (front left corner) leaning with a chicken leg in hand. This photo appeared in the May 9, 1965 Herald-Leader, 1887b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.6C2380Seven unidentified people standing in front of the Administration Building. This photo was accessioned on January 3, 1966 from the Administration Building, [1898]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.25 inches.6C2381Seven unidentified people standing in front of the Administration Building. This photo was accessioned on January 3, 1966 from the Administration Building, [1898]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.25 inches.6C2382Seven unidentified people standing in front of the Administration Building. This photo was accessioned on January 3, 1966 from the Administration Building, [1898]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.25 inches.6C2383Men, women, and children seated on bleacher style seats, [1912]b / w, 5 inches by 8.5 inches.6C2384UK seniors in Lafayette IN, 1912b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.25 inches.6C2385Entire student body and faculty form "U of K" on the lawn in front of the Administration Building. This image appeared in the May 9, 1965 Herald-Leader, [1922]b / w, 2.5 inches by 9 inches.6C2386Left-Lafferty Hall; right-Social Science Building, demolished in 1949. Four men playing football in the yard. This photo appears first on page 215 in the 1963 Kentuckian, [1946]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2387Students eating in the "Little Commons". Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, November 8b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2388Students playing a Bridge game in the Student Union Building. Sitting at the back left table, on the far left, is John Wesley Faulkner, 1953, Aprilb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2389Men playing ping pong in boy's dorm, 1955, Marchb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2390Five picture proofs showing students outside under a tree, [1955]b / w, 2.5 inches by 2.5 inches (individually)6C2391Susan Haselden (right) is talking to an unidentified man, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2392Susan Haselden (right) is talking to an unidentified man, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2393Susan Haselden (right) is talking to an unidentified man, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2394Susan Haselden (right) is talking to Lind Hurst (left) while an unidentified man is reading, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2395Susan Haselden (right) is talking to Lind Hurst (left) while an unidentified man is reading, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2396Four students socializing in the Botanical Gardens; Susan Haselden is talking to a man, and Linda Hurst (left) is talking to an unidentified woman, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2397Four students socializing in the Botanical Gardens; Susan Haselden is talking to a man, and Linda Hurst (left) is talking to an unidentified woman, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2398A. B. "Happy" Chandler, candidate for governor, and Harry Lee Waterfield, candidate for lieutenant governor, both won in 1955 elections. UK student supporters and campaign volunteers for this race are shown here., 1955, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2399Fans cheering at a sporting event, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2400Close up of four female students and students in background at an Easter type parade. Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2401A group of unidentified women waiting in line to get food. Photographer: John Mitchell, 1955, November 27b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2402Concert in Memorial Hall. Photographer: Lafayette Studio. This image appears on page 51 of the 1955-56 K-Book, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2403Girls wearing leis, standing around a pool, [1956]b / w, 2.75 inches by 8 inches.6C2404Watermelon feast, probably during the summer session, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2405Students eating outside with Alumni gym in background, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2406Larry Henry and other students cheer at an event. Girl with pen is Carrall Baldwin Henry. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2407Two students using a Ouija Board, Herald-Leader photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2408Three unidentified women. This photo was accessioned on January 3, 1966 from the Administration Building, [1956]b / w, 2.5 inches by 4 inches.6C2409Sail boats; Photo by the Public of Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2410Sail boats; Photo by the Public of Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2411Approximately eight men at a barbecue, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2412Four people playing a card game; second from right is Dale Primrose, 1957, August 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2413Four people playing a card game; second from right is Dale Primrose. Received August 7, 1957 from Public Relations. This image appears third on page 58 in the 1957-58 K-Book, 1957, August 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2414Lowell Hughes is standing in front of Memorial Hall talking to an unidentified woman. Received October of 1957 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2415Two students looking at a letter of UK representatives, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2418Margaret Futrell (left) and Dick Vimont (right) are talking outside, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2419Margaret Futrell (left) and Dick Vimont (right) are talking outside, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2420Two giant snow men with hats and a sign "Welcome Back to UK", [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2421Two women next to a tree. Herald-Leader photo, 1958, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2422Four unidentified men around a typewriter, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2423Girl being fitted for a dress, [1958]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.6D2424Proof Sheet, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2425Three students interview Dr. Dreannan (man with glasses), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2426Students walking down steps to Student Center from central campus, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2431Four students in lobby of Patterson Hall, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2432Students watching World Series in the Student Union, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2433Men playing pool; University of Kentucky photographer, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2434Men playing pool; University of Kentucky photographer, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2435Seven men posing for a picture; man in the back row, last one on the right is George Robinson. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2437Three women reading a book. Herald-Leader photo. Received October 20, 1959 from Public Relations. Woman in the center is Myra Tobin, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2438Robert Davis, graduate student in music; Jean Hall; Mary Sue Foren. Received September 19, 1959 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2439Girl in snowball fight, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2440Students lying in the snow, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2441Charlotte Williams laughing, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2442Charlie Trivett dancing with unidentified woman, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2443UK students at Keeneland (race track), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2444David McGuire points out something to Joan Froehicher, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2445Three students sitting around a table; far right, Dana Terrell, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2446Students at a library, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2447Two men studying, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2448Five unidentified men talking, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2449Campaigning; Chandler Waterfield. Boy in the glasses is Gene Sayre. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2450English teacher, Mrs. Nancy McClellen, counseling with one of her students, Bill Moore, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2451UK candidates for "Miss Christmas Seal" title: front row (left to right); Betsy Binkley, Kappa Delta; Kitty Craig, Chi Omega; Hope Howard, Delta Gamma; second row (left to right); Regina Cedrone, Delta Zeta; Liz Efkeman, Zeta Tau Alpha; Barbara Faulconer, Kappa Alpha Theta; Peggy O'Connor, Alpha Xi Delta; back row (left to right); Donna Clancy, Alpha Delta Pi; Nancy Harding, Pi Beta Phi; Linda Moran, Alpha Gamma Delta; Lee Renfrew, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Louise Pryor, Delta Delta Delta. Herald-Leader photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2452UK students going to Washington for summer work; from left to right: Senator Thruston Morton, unidentified, Dave Graham, unidentified, and Barbara Johnson, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2453Three female UK students are going to tour Europe. From left to right: Geri Ranch, Jeanne Rich, and Linda Woodall. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2454Summer Youth Music Institute--"Betty Alexandier of Bloomfield takes a piano lesson from Professor Nathaniel Patch." Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 7.5 inches by 8 inches.6D2455"Off To The UN--University of Kentucky student (from left) Mary Blanche Smith, freshman; Lochie Overbey, sophomore; Bill Gott, senior, and Tom Heilbron, senior, were among about 27 students and chaperons who left Wednesday to visit the United Nations in New York City. The students will attend a General Assembly meeting; tour the UN building; have dinner in the delegates' dining room, and meet with one of the U. S. delegates to the UN. The students will return late Sunday afternoon. (Leader Photo)." , 1960, October 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2456Looking under the hood of a car. Photographer: Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, 1960, October 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2457Barbara Zweifel (seated, left), member of Delta Zeta, and Steve Clark (seated, right), member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, are studying together. This photo appears on page 20 in the 1960 K-Book, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2458Barbara Zweifel (left) is seated next to and conversing with Steve Clark (right) at the K-Lair. This photo appears on page 14 in the 1960 K-Book, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2459Barbara Zweifel (left) and Steve Clark (right) are playing table tennis, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2460Steve Clark (right) is standing next to Barbara Zweifel (left) and is carrying Barbara's luggage. This photo appears on page 4 in the 1960 K-Book, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2461Barbara Zweifel (left) is seated next to and conversing with Steve Clark (right). This photo appears on page 23 in the 1960 K-Book, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2462Three men waving from train. Herald-Leader photo. Received January 19, 1961 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2463"Plugging For Pianist--Suzanne Pitzer and Carolyn Fletcher, both on Main Street in the "courtesy car" the Lexington Symphony Society is using to advertise the appearance of Victor Borge with the local orchestra Monday night at the Coliseum.", [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2464A female student walking between classes. Received December 11, 1961 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2465Students walking between classes. Received December 11, 1961 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2466Students at Beat Coffee Shop, a few playing chess, others watching, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2467Roger Smith, playing horseshoes, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2468Many students in Memorial Coliseum taking the Graduate Records Exams. Received March 16, 1962 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2469First Sadie Hawkin's Race; Stag Day. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2470Margaret Good swimming in foreground, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2471Man playing a guitar for a woman at one of the weekly Wesley Foundation functions. This photo appears second on page 255 in the 1962 Kentuckian, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2472Nursing and medical students socializing. This photo appears first on page 291 in the 1962 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2473Women standing by Kentucky Elks Association Chest X-Ray Unit truck. Elaine Long in second from left. Photographer: Billy Davis, 1963, October 30b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2475Three women watching television and two women reading a newspaper, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2478Students walking between classes. Fourth girl from the right, facing the camera, is Mary Lou Veal, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2479Miriam Nixon, freshman from Georgetown, Kentucky (left) and Donald Onkst, freshman from Clearwater, Florida (right) are both seated under a tree in the Botanical Gardens on UK's campus. Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2480Unidentified students standing outside and conversing with each other, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2481Eight women watching election returns. This photo appears third on page 74 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2482Sal Mineo, a singer Day. This photo appears first on page 3 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968, Fallb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2483Two unidentified students are celebrating Sal Mineo Memorial Day. This photo appears first on page 70 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2484Unidentified students at a Woodland Park Party. This photo appears first on page 35 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2485Unidentified students are throwing snowballs and playing in the snow on UK's campus. This photo appears second on page 87 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968, Winter]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2486Inter Fraternal Counsel having a discussion. This image appears second on page 351 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2487Quiz Bowl. This image appears first on page 94 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2488Old Folks Festival. This image appears first on page 121 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2489A photo exhibit by Sam Abell and Bill Roughen. This image appears second on page 379 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2490Woman handing back money to a male student in the lunch line. This image appears first on page 93 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2491Four women kick dancing. This image appears first on page 198 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2492Unidentified students are tossing around a big balloon on Teen Angel Day. This photo appears first on page 118 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2493An unidentified student is leaving a waiting room, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2494An unidentified male student is laughing. This image appears first on page 433 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2495A large group of male students walking down a sidewalk on campus. This photo appears first on page 23 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2496Two unidentified students are hugging in the Botanical Gardens. This photo appears first on page 65 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2497An unidentified male student is taking a picture of a student sleeping. This photo appears first on page 26 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2498Memorial Coliseum Ticket Office and Stoll Field/McLean Stadium; football fans buying tickets, [1970]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.6D2499"It's So Sweet To Treat Your Feet--Hot concrete doesn't make for cold comfort for the feet. Just ask these two unidentified UK students of their friend. The three were caught treating their feet to the fountain in front of the office tower." Herald-Leader staff photo, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2500English Speaking Union (ESU); Tracy Campbell, Judith Yatton, Katherine McCullough, Lowell Press, [1984]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2501Five students named to Herald-Leader UK Bureau; Jennylynn Brown, Elizabeth Wade, David Hall, Dale Greer and Barry Reeves, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2618Two unidentified women are buying bananas from Phil "the Fruit Man" Pearling's banana cart. His banana cart was an early campus vending operation. Neville Hall is the building on the right in the background. Neville Hall burned in 1961. This image in first on page 39 in the Hail Kentucky, [1878-1910]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2619Under the stadium preparing for Lances Carnival, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2620Three women looking at "Guide to The Pronunciation of Kentucky Towns and Cities". Received October 2, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2621Signing up for classes or sorority rush, not sure which event, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2622On the left is Bonnie Dorton, milking a cow in a soft drink bottle, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2623First day on campus, moving into dormitories. Two women students watch a campus employee load their luggage. This image appears third on page 27 in the 1963 Kentuckian, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2624Bicycle races, possibly for the Little Kentucky Derby. This image appears first on page 54 in the 1962 Kentuckian, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2625Nora Walker (center), Mr. Duncan (far right), Mr. Sage of Gage (second on left); are all at UK Foreign Language Conference. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2626Three unidentified men sitting at the UK Forum. Received December 19, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2627The Black voices, a popular choral group on campus, 1989b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 249.446942Students who support Governor Ed "Ned" Breathitt are standing together. From the left: Kitty Hundley, Lexington; Dave Clark, Maysville; Vanda Marcum, Lexington; Johnnie G. Williams, Hopkinsville; Ann Todd Jeffries, Columbia; Ann Combs, Hazard; Jackie Robinson, Georgetown; Raleigh Lane, Louisville; John Hoffman, Henderson; John Relers, Lily; Linda Woodall, Paducah; Mary Ann Tobin, Irvington; Jim Brockman, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Gillis (Ezra L.) - 80th birthday and UK history exhibits6E2502From left to right: Dr. Jacqueline Bull, Mary Hoster Cooper is setting up Ezra L. Gillis' exhibit. Photo taken December 31, 1946. Lexington Herald-Leader photographer, 1946b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2503Founders Day Exhibit- "A and M 1882, State College". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2504Founders Day Exhibit- "University of Kentucky". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2505Founders Day Exhibit- "Kentucky University 1865-1878". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2506Founders Day Exhibit- "As it was. Growth". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2507Founders Day Exhibit- "State College". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2508Founders Day Exhibit-prepared by Mrs. Frances Smith Dugan "On! On! U of K". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2509Founders Day Exhibit- "University of Kentucky". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2510Founders Day Exhibit- "State University, UK 1917". Photographer: John B. Kuiper, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2511Exhibit prepared by Bureau of Source Materials for state fair, case number one, [1951, August 28]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2512Exhibit prepared by Bureau of Source Materials for state fair, case number one, [1951, August 28]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Governor Scholars6E2513Governor John Y. Brown Jr. talks to a group named as Governor Scholars, at a meeting of the students on the University of Kentucky campus, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Hanging of the Greens6E2514Student Union members standing on staircase in Student Center during holiday season. Received December 4, 1956 from Public Relations, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2515Four people pose for a picture at the Hanging of the Greens. Front and center is Debbie Delaney. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2516Student Union choir singing. Received December 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957, December]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2517Student Union choir before they perform. Received December 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957, December]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2518Student Union, four choir members. Received December 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2519Student Union, four choir members. Received December 16, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2520Six people singing while a woman plays a harp, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2521Five unidentified people at Hanging of the Greens. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2522Five students singing at the Hanging of the Greens. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo. Received December 14, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2523President Oswald dressed as Santa Claus handing presents to children in 1965 at Hanging of the Greens in the Student Center, 1965b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.High Bridge Trip6E2524James Russell Jenness Jr. at the trip to High Bridge, 1886-1887b / w, 3.25 inches by 4 inches.6E2524aJames Russell Jenness Jr. at the trip to High Bridge (duplicate), 1886-1887b / w, 3.25 inches by 4 inches.6E2525Picnic at High Bridge, future Governor Augustus O. Stanley is on the left holding a chicken leg 1886-1887b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2525aPicnic at High Bridge (duplicate of image 2525) see the photo sleeve for names, 1886-1887b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2526Picnic at High Bridge; James A., Tom Davenport, Jesse Mills, J. Tandy Ellis, Florance Dudley Dillard, Sallie Allen Hornbrook, and Jennie Hill Bissicks, 1886-1887b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2526aPicnic at High Bridge; James A., Tom Davenport, Jesse Mills, J. Tandy Ellis, Florance Dudley Dillard, Sallie Allen Hornbrook, and Jennie Hill Bissicks (duplicate of image 2526), 1886-1887b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Homecoming6E2527Homecoming Float with SUKY on the back. There are seven women on the float. Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1954b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2528Wildcat Whipping Bowl--Stir 'em up cats!; first place Homecoming decorations. Sigma Alpha Epsilon winner. Photographer: Glen Thomasson. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations. This image appears second on page 208 in the 1957 Kentuckian, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2529Let's Multiply the Score; Alpha Xi house decorations. Photographer: Thomasson-Smith, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2530Voting for Homecoming queen; man and woman students monitor voting by three men students. One male student is smoking a pipe. , 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Damaged: red ink or pencil on corner of print.6E2531Homecoming Float being constructed in a barn or tobacco warehouse. Three men and three women working on the trailer. Woman in wool coats with raccoon collars, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Damaged: red ink or pencil in the corner of print.6E2532At Stoll Field, Homecoming Court practice pre-football game. Women students on court are on a platform with formals and bouquet of flowers. Man with trumpet and man with camera and other men watch an old 1920's car that is part of homecoming activities. Persons dressed to appear insane and car is the "Nut Buggy" and "ambulance" to take them away, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2533Homecoming Parade in downtown Lexington. Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity in a corvette with "root 'em home" references made to the football team, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2534Homecoming Parade--"UK Monopolizes UT" is the theme for the float, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2535LKD student activities; Old Rosebud, Homecoming Parade. Herald-Leader photo, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2536Homecoming Parade with Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity float with the Crescent Girl in the car. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2537Four women building a float, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2538Four women and two men building a float, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2539People taking pictures with float; Bill Jacobs, front in a dark shirt; David Bartram, standing on right; Joy Bell, blonde on far left standing, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2540Campus decorations for UK Homecoming celebration. University of Kentucky photograph, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2541Delta Tau Delta Homecoming display, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2542Holmes Hall contribution to Homecoming, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2543Decorations for Homecoming activities. UK photographer, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2544Homecoming decorations assembled by a fraternity. UK photographer, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2545"Cut 'em up Wildcats" design for Homecoming game in front of the Dillard House. UK photographer, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2546Decorations and floats for Homecoming celebration. UK photographer, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2547Homecoming Parade, people dressed as Hillbilly's with moonshine in a barrel, going down Main Street in downtown Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo. Received May 13, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959, May 13b / w, 4.75 inches by 8 inches.6E2548Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity Homecoming house display won first place, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2549Teahouse of the August Moon, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2550Banner and float for the Homecoming Parade. UK photographer, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2551The "Gridiron Graveyard" theme designed by TKE social fraternity for Homecoming. UK photographer, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2552Decorations for Homecoming game in front of Sigma Nu fraternity house. UK photographer, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2553Homecoming floats and decorations. UK photographer, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2554Homecoming floats and decorations. UK photographer, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2555"Dog-Gone" float and decoration for Homecoming. UK photographer, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2556Homecoming Parade. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1961, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2557"His Masters Voice" float riding down Main Street in the Homecoming Parade, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2558Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity float in the Homecoming Parade. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2559Homecoming float going down Main Street in downtown Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2560Homecoming float going down Main Street in downtown Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2561Kappa Delta sorority house Homecoming display. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2562Homecoming; it is raining and many students with umbrellas. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2563Homecoming house display. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2564Six students and one man raise an Alumni Wildcat with papier-mch head on either a float or house display. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2565Homecoming Queen candidates; from left to right: Julie Ritchey, Vivian Shipley (chosen Queen), Anne Hatcher, Linda Tobin, Marilyn Orme. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2566Homecoming Queen candidates; from left to right: Julie Ritchey, Vivian Shipley (chosen Queen), Anne Hatcher, Linda Tobin, Marilyn Orme. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2567Man sitting in the stands at the Homecoming football game, with his program over his head, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2568Man caught a football in the Homecoming game. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2569Man caught a football in the Homecoming game. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2570Julie Ritchey elected UK Homecoming Queen, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2571Julie Ritchey elected homecoming queen, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6E2572Vivian Shipley elected homecoming queen with her escort, 1963b / w, 6.5 inches by 8 inches.6E2573Homecoming Queen Vivian Shipley with her crown on her head. Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2574Homecoming Queen candidates, 1968b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.6F2575People building Homecoming float. This image appears on page 406 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2576People decorating a Homecoming float. This image appears first on page 79 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2577Unidentified member of the Homecoming court, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2578Unidentified member of the Homecoming court, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2579Four unidentified students and the UK band are all standing on Stoll Field at Homecoming. Appears first on page 78 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2580UK cheerleaders at a homecoming bonfire. Appears first on page 80 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.International Travel6F2581Miss Carolyn Lips is on the far right. Received April 23, 1962 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2581aMiss Carolyn Lips is on the far right. Received April 23, 1962 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 2581), undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Little Kentucky Derby6F2582James Beazley (center) and Carolyn Collier (right) looking at "UK and You", [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2583James Beazley (center) and Carolyn Collier (right) looking at "UK and You", [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2584James Beazley (center) and Carolyn Collier (right) looking at "UK and You", [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2585James Beazley (shaking hands) and Carolyn Collier (center) looking at "UK and You". Photographer: Ted W. Simmons, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2586Little Kentucky Derby Queen. Photographer: W. M. Gaines, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2587Accepting winners trophy, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2588Little Kentucky Derby Queen and attendants, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2589Little Kentucky Derby Queen and attendants, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2590Little Kentucky Derby Steering Committee members, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2591Little Kentucky Derby-Shooting gun, Professor William McCubbins, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2592Little Kentucky Derby. Received October 13, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2593Little Kentucky Derby winners, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2594Little Kentucky Derby bike relays, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2595Theresa Resig (seated), member of Chi Omega, is surprised to win the 1969 Miss University of Kentucky Pageant. Appears first on page 101 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2596Theresa Resig is walking after being crowned the 1969 Miss University of Kentucky. Appears second on page 375 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2597Two unidentified students on a carnival ride at the Little Kentucky Derby. This photo appears first on page 276 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2598An unidentified student is hitting a car with a bat at the Little Kentucky Derby. This photo appears second on page 276 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2599An unidentified member of a sorority is about to be dunked in water at the Little Kentucky Derby. This photo appears first on page 277 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2600An unidentified member of a sorority is about to be dunked in water at the Little Kentucky Derby. This photo appears second on page 277 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2601An unidentified member of a sorority after being dunked in water at the Little Kentucky Derby. This photo appears third on page 277 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2602Little Kentucky Derby bicycle race, 1969, Aprilb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 183.6F2603LDK Steering Committee; Row 1: Lyn Branson, Janet Weaver, Cary Sully; Row 2: Susan Rhodemyre, Terry Miller; Row 3: Clyde Lee, Taffy Lewis, Lynn Grise; Row 4: Stoney Glenn, Betty Southard, John Southard, Dean Stewart Minton; Row 5: Robin Lowry, Dick Webb; Row 6: Gene Warren, Greg Daugherty, Gary Eblen. This image appears second on page 357 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446941Three unidentified female students (members of Alpha Omega Pi sorority) and three unidentified male students (members of Kappa Alpha fraternity) are participating in the Little Kentucky Derby, 1989, April 12b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was taken by David Sterling.May Day6F2604A young woman in a white dress, holding a bouquet of roses, wearing a flower headdress, 1924b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.6F2605Five women in dresses with bouquets of flowers, 1924b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2606Pi Kappa Alpha's Praetorian Guard marching down Main Street past Skuller's Jewelers, in the May Day parade. This image appears fifth on page 355 in the 1957 Kentuckian. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2607The crowning of the May Day Queen at the annual May Day Celebration. This image appears second on page 40 in the 1965 Kentuckian, [1965]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Crop Here stickers are placed around the middle of the image.Memorial Service for President John F. Kennedy6F2608Students looking at ticker tape from Associated Press at Kernel Student paper seeing the announcement of President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas, 1963, November 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2609Students looking at ticker tape from Associated Press at Kernel Student paper seeing the announcement of President John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas. This image appears third on page 74 in the 1964 Kentuckian, 1963, November 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2610Proof sheet from Memorial Services for John F. Kennedy, 1963, November 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2611People entering Memorial Coliseum for JFK Memorial Service. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2612Proof sheet from Memorial Services for John F. Kennedy, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2613Proof sheet from Memorial Services for John F. Kennedy, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2614Proof sheet from Memorial Services for John F. Kennedy, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2615Proof sheet of flag ceremony honoring John F. Kennedy, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2616Proof sheet from Memorial Services for John F. Kennedy, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2617Proof sheet from Memorial Services for John F. Kennedy, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Adelphen6F2634Outstanding women students in physical education class make up the Modern Dance Team and appear in recitals and programs. Three members of the new Beta Psi Chapter belong to the group this year, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Alma Magna Mater Club6F2635Alma Magna Mater; page 228 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names listed on the print sleeve.Organizations- Associated Women Students6F2636Associated Women Students, twenty-two women in photo, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names listed on the print sleeve.Organizations- Beta Gamma Sigma6F2638Beta Gamma Sigma- Commerce honorary Fraternity. This image appears on page 131 in the 1941 Kentuckian. Photographer: Lafayette Studio, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names listed on the print sleeve.Organizations- Block and Bridle6F2639Mrs. Joseph Mangione, Miss Barbara Harper, Mr. Robert Garrigus; Received May 13, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2640Mrs. Joseph Mangione, Miss Barbara Harper, Mr. Robert Garrigus; Received May 13, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2641Mrs. Joseph Mangione, Miss Barbara Harper, Mr. Robert Garrigus; Received May 21, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2642Barbara Harper on horse jumping an obstacle while Robert Garrigus watches. Received May 17, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2643Tot Days, sponsored by Block and Bridle Club on Coldstream Farm, brings out lots of preschool children and funny smells, [1980]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 218.Organizations- Chess Club6F2644Two unidentified males playing in a class tournament, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- College Republicans6F2645Marlow Cook is campaigning for another term in the Senate and for Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew in 1968. Marlow Cook was US Senator from 1967-1974. This image appears first on page 264 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Community Alliance for Responsible Social Action (C.A.R.S.A)6F2646Five unidentified people, one is speaking at a Community Alliance for Responsible Action (C.A.R.S.A) meeting. This image appears first on page 255 in the 1969 Kentuckian , [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2647Five unidentified people, one is speaking at a Community Alliance for Responsible Action (C.A.R.S.A) meeting. This image appears second on page 255 in the 1969 Kentuckian , [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2648Three unidentified people at a Community Alliance for Responsible Action (C.A.R.S.A) meeting. This image appears second on page 255 in the 1969 Kentuckian , [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2649CARSA students handing out flyers around Lexington. This photo appears second on page 257 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2650An unidentified female member of the CARSA is handing out a flyer to and unidentified student. This photo appears first on page 258 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6F2651Large group of CARSA members in an auditorium. This photo appears first on page 257 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- CWENS6F2652CWENS Club, around thirty women sitting, standing, and studying together, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names listed on the print sleeve.Organizations- Dames Club6F2653Eight unidentified female members of the honorary society the Dames Club. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations - Debate Team7A2654Richard Roberts (left) and Terrence Fitzgerald are both members of the UK Debate Team. Received October 14, 1958 from Public Relations. UK photographer, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2655"UK Debate Awards Given--Individual awards in [the] state intercollegiate debate tournament at the UK went to, from left, Paul Chellgren, Ashland, first place in the novice division; Ben Wright, Cadiz, first place in the novice class; Bettye Choate, Hopkinsville, first place in the varsity division; Warren Scoville, London, first place in the varsity class, and Kathy Cannon, Hopkinsville, first place in the varsity class. Absent were winners Deno Curris, varsity division; Mike Snedeker, novice class, and Earl O'Remus, novice class". Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2656"Individual Discussion Winners--Those winning awards for individual discussion at the University of Kentucky Intercollegiate Debate Tournament included, from left, seated, Susan Shelton, second place; Nancy Loughridge, third place; Mary Warner Ford, fourth place. Standing, from left, are Lewis Johnson, first place, and Jerry Bradshaw, fifth place. Georgetown also took first place in the team discussion contest (Herald-Leader photo).", [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2657"Trophy Winners--Winner of the oral interpretation trophies at the UK Intercollegiate Debate tournament were, from left, Doug Roberts, second place; Sonia Smith, first place; Roger Wolcott, third place (Herald-Leader photo).", [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2658Runners-up, UK Debate; From left, seated: Michelle Cleveland, Richard Ford; standing: David McCracken, Kevin Hennessey, and Dr. Gifford Blyton, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2659Left to right: Ouita Papka, Mr. Patterson, and Mr. Mankins, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2660Two unidentified men standing with five trophies, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2661Mr. Mancuso (left) and Mr. Jones (right) are studying, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2662Mr. Mancuso (left) and Mr. Jones (right), an unidentified woman and an unidentified man are studying, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2663Mr. Mancuso (left) and Mr. Jones (right) are studying, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2664Mr. Skillman (left) and Mr. Oberst (right) are standing with three trophies, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2665Four men with five trophies, [1983]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7A2666Debate Team left to right: Two unidentified men, UK President Otis Singletary, Harry Snyder, attorney and head of the Council on Higher Education, David Brownell, debate team member who won the national debate tournament, Ouita Papka, the first woman to win the national debate tournament and Governor of Kentucky Martha Layne Collins congratulating the UK student participants, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Focus 19697A2667Chairman of Focus; seated at a table (from left to right): Tony Smith, Marilyn Crane, Jim Miller, and Kathy Camicia. This image appears second on page 362 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2668Executive Committee; including (from left to right): Dean Stewart Minton, Darryl Smith, Ellis Bullock, and Larry Baumgardner (chairman). This image appears first on page 362 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2669Inside Memorial Coliseum, Focus Meeting. This image appears first on page 107 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations - Fraternities6B2310Photo of Sigma Chi. From left to right: first row- Roland Dean, Houston, John W. Willmott, Madison Boyd James, Hilary Roberts, John W. Woods; second row- Taylor Lyle, Henry C. Anderson, John Bryan, J. J. Lyle, J. R. Johnson, Reed Faris; third row- Thomas H. Shelly, G. F. Blessing, Harry Beardsley, "Billy" Luke Powell, 1984b / w, 5.5 inches by 7 inches.6B2311Unidentified members of the Sigma Chi fraternity. This photo was donated by James White, acting President at the University of Kentucky, 1900b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.6B2312Phi Beta Kappa honorary fraternity charter, [1925]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.6B2313Alpha Tau Omega's have pinning with Jess Willmott in the leading role; the girl is Hollywood's Ann Rutherford. This photo appears first on page 39 in the 1940 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2314Lambda Chi Alpha push cart derby. Photographer: Ted W. Simmons, 1956, May 9b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2315Lambda Chi Alpha mixer; Patty Pringle at end of table with elbow on table. Alice Akin with ukulele, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2318Members of Delta Zeta Sorority participate in Lambda Chi pushcart derby, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2319People voting for the queen of the Lambda Chi Alpha pushcart derby. Received April 2, 1957 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2320Steve Clark (center) is shaking an unidentified man's hand and is standing with three other unidentified men during Rush. This photo is on page 18 in K-Book, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2321Sigma Nu house with three men in front talking with a woman, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2322Fraternity members play baseball near "Six-Pack" fraternity houses. Received May 13, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2323Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity plays with mascot dog, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2324"Signs For AGR-- Dr. Lee Townsend head of the department of entomology and botany in the College of Agriculture and advisor for the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, signs an agreement with the University of Kentucky to build a new house for the group. From left to right: George Kavanaugh, Glen Goebel, Reynolds Bell, and Dr. Leslie Martin." Received October 17, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6B2325"Fraternity Members Collect For UCF-- Thirty-eight University of Kentucky fraternity members collected $530 for the United Community Fund in a house-to-house drive yesterday. Groups in the UK Interfraternity Council have adopted the campaign as their community service project for the 1959-1960 school year. Shown at a briefing session before the solicitation are, from left to right: Dudley Williams, Bernard Shackelford, Bob Karnarek, and Ken Akin." Photographer: Herald-Leader. Received November 5, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2326Lambda Chi Alpha pushcart derby. Women seated in carts (from left to right) are Pat McDeavitt, unidentified, unidentified, Greta Boswell and man standing on far right is Mr. Bernie Shively, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2327Art Miller, president, honors Mary Florence, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, who was selected as the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity's national Dream Girl in Miami Beach, Florida, this summer, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2328"Three members of Delta Tau Delta fraternity seem to be having as much fun as the children with presents they received at a Christmas party. The Delts entertained twenty-eight children from Lincoln Grade School." Appears in the Kernel, 1960, December 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2329Alpha Gamma Rho dog patch party, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2330Students at a Phi Sigma Kappa party, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2331Sigma Nu officers discuss pros and cons of moving to a new house. From left to right: Steve Scott, Jerry Miller, John Cowgill, Hale Cochran. Received March 16, 1964 from Public Relations. Photo appears first on page 137 in the 1963 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2332"South Shall Rise Again", Old South Weekend, Kappa Alpha Order. Formals, picnics, serenade by fraternity to sorority houses. From left to right: Carl Love, Mrs. Glennie Johnson, Miss Penny Hertelendy, Terry Trovato, and Harry Lee Waterfield. Lexington Herald Leader staff photo, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2333Phi Kappa Tau members; two unidentified men signing a paper. Received August 27, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2334Fraternity section at a football game; students wearing Alpha Tau Omega shirts. Appear first on page 129 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2335An unidentified man holds up bid cards during fraternity Rush. This photo appears first on page 8 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2336An unidentified man holds up bid cards during fraternity Rush. This photo appears first on page 9 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2337Greek activities. Appears second on page 376 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2338Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity; couples dancing, socializing, holding cups, and smoking cigarettes. This photo appears second on page 54 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2339The officers of the Tau Beta fraternity. This photo appears second on page 371 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2340Greek dinner; This photo appears first on page 351 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2341Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 266 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2342Students dancing and socializing at a Pike party (Pi Kappa Alpha). This photo appears first on page 34 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2343Members of Alpha Tau Omega holding down a male student. This photo appears first on page 353 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2344Kappa Alpha Order and "Old South" activities. This photo appears second on page 344 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2345Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 267 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2346Sign for Phi Sigma Kappa promoting the fraternity during Rush Week. This photo appears second on page 343 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2347A sorority function; members of an unidentified band plays to a group of students. This photo appears first on page 127 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2348Members of Theta Chi on the front steps of their house. This photo appears first on page 338 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2349Couples dancing at a fraternity party. This photo appears first on page 347 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2350Students socialize at a fraternity party. This photo appears first on page 91 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2351Members of Farm House fraternity exhibit their various talents (academics, martial arts, basketball, military, law, ect.). This photo appears first on page 333 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2352Students enjoying fraternity life. This photo appears second on page 353 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2353Couples dancing at a fraternity party. This photo appears first on page 309 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2354Members of Alpha Gamma Rho in front of their house. This photo appears first on page 329 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2355Students enjoy a fraternity sponsored dance. This photo appears first on page 322 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2356Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears second on page 268 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2357Students dancing at a fraternity party, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2358Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears second on page 267 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2359Members of Zeta Beta Tau pose on Stoll Field with various pieces of athletic equipment. This photo appears first on page 340 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2360Various Greek students. This photo appears second on page 343 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2361Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 271 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2362Members of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity in front of their house. This photo appears first on page 334 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2363Students socialize at a fraternity party. This photo appears first on page 90 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2364Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 270 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2365Fraternity members participate in bicycle races (Kappa Sigma shirts are visible). This photo appears first on page 278 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2366Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 350 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2367Fraternity members participate in bicycle race; Lambda Chi Alpha and Theta Chi shirts are visible in the crowd. This photo appears first on page 275 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2368Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 268 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2369Sigma Phi Epsilon, speaker series. This photo appears first on page 269 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2370Couples dancing at a fraternity party. This photo appears second on page 344 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2371Members of unidentified fraternity load their belongings onto an Avis moving truck. This photo appears first on page 345 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2372Little Kentucky Derby- sporting events (bicycle and foot relays) between fraternities. Pictured are Sigma Alpha Epsilon's and Theta Chi's. This photo appears first on page 279 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 184.6C2373Fraternity Party, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 187.6C2374Alpha Tau Omega cartoon; Meaning-Always Tired Out, Founded-Yes, but nobody knows why, Number of chapters-One at least, Number of members-By weight, largest at the University. Always Tired Out is located on South Upper street, exactly twice as close to the Leonard Cafe as to the University Y. M. C. A. This is because it is figured that Bart Peak and Harry Milward are the best walkers in the fraternity. This fraternity, if it may be so called, has picked its pledges for their avoirdupois--physical, certainly not mental! Anybody who weighs more than 165 pounds can get in. In fact, anybody else can get in. Every fall Freshman complain that the A. T. O.'s will not let them go to the Registrar's office to matriculate, as they desire pledges to stay away from everything but the football field. After putting on the pins, these pledges are afraid to put them off, hence the membership is usually large. Lexington Herald-Leader photo, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2376Students for Free University are gathering. This photo appears first on page 19 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2377Students for Free University are gathering. This photo appears first on page 159 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6C2378Students for Free University are gathering. This photo appears first on page 158 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2757Tau Beta Pi officers; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 371, image 1; Left to right: Robert Pantle, cataloger, Dana Ladd, corresponding secretary, Jerry Barnes, treasurer, Larry Steel, vice - president, Robert Nagle, secretary - treasurer (national office), Phillip Camill, president, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446940Members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Kentucky from 1913 - 1914. Clockwise from the top: B. H. Lowry, W. T. Radford, W. J. Harris, G. E. Kelly, E. B. Webb, D. L. Chestnut, E. S. Penick, R. K. Catlett, G. A. Rice, S. J. Lowry Jr., R. E. Neuhaus, J. H. Evans, T. W. Lowry, L. B. Evans, J. T. Jackson Jr., and R. F. Albert, 1914b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches. This photograph is in the 1914 Kentuckian on page 178.446940AMembers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the University of Kentucky from 1913 - 1914. Clockwise from the top: B. H. Lowry, W. T. Radford, W. J. Harris, G. E. Kelly, E. B. Webb, D. L. Chestnut, E. S. Penick, R. K. Catlett, G. A. Rice, S. J. Lowry Jr., R. E. Neuhaus, J. H. Evans, T. W. Lowry, L. B. Evans, J. T. Jackson Jr., and R. F. Albert, 1914b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches. This photograph is in the 1914 Kentuckian on page 178. This is a duplicate.Organizations - Free University6C2375International cooking with Free University. This photo appears first on page 162 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2670Free University: An Innovation In Education. For three months the Free University classes were based on various off campus locations and covered multi-sensuous knowing. This image appears first on page 158 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2671Robert (Bob) Ladner (seated, right) is playing different instruments and lead a Free University session in ethnomusicology. The Free University was founded by Meg Tassie in 1968 and led by Robert Ladner, Jeff DeLuca, and Dr. David Denton. This photo appears first on page 161 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Freshman Club7A2672This "Y" Freshman Club is part of the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) and Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). This image appears on page 238 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Future Teachers of America7A2673Front row (left to right): Evelyn Steele, "Ibby" Davis, Susan Goulett. Back row: two unidentified women. Received October 8, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2674Front row (left to right): Evelyn Steele, "Ibby" Davis, Susan Goulett. Back row: two unidentified women, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2675Front row (left to right): Evelyn Steele, "Ibby" Davis, Susan Goulett. Back row: Elizabeth Dennis and Helen Reed. Received January 10, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2676From left to right: Janis Gover, Gay Evens, Evelyn Steele, Laura Weinman. Received October 21, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Girls State Conference7A2677Officials at Girls State Conference. From left to right: Doris Seward, Dean of Women; Dr. Reeves, professor in science; unidentified woman, and unidentified man. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Graduate Student Association7A2678Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears first on page 250 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2679Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears first on page 251 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2680Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears first on page 249 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2681Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears second on page 251 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2682Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears second on page 248 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2683Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears second on page 249 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2684Graduate Student Association meeting. This image appears first on page 248 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2685Three unidentified graduate students (and a cat) seated on couches and looking at newspapers and talking. This image appears second on page 204 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Human Relations Board7A2686Human Relations Board; five men sitting at a table with three microphones. This image appears first on page 246 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Junior Science Club7A2687Three unidentified male Junior Science Club Officers. Photographer: Courier-Journal and Louisville Times. Received October 30, 1961 from Public Relations, 1961, October 21b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Kentucky Babes7A2688Kentucky Babes: thirty one women standing in uniforms on steps, some with sabers and one with a flag. This image appears first on page 367 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Keys7A2689Keys: nineteen men standing in a room, one of the men is reading. This image appears first on page 363 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Lexington Peace Council7A2690Lexington Peace Council: fifteen men and women pose for a picture. This image appears second on page 110 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Mandolin Club7A2692The Mandolin Club of 1910-1911 grew to ten members as a result of the work of this foursome, [1910]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 43.Organizations- Medical Auxiliary7A2693Jerry Sue Sanders Johnson (second from left) with four unidentified women. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Mortar Board7A2694"Tapping for Mortar Board-Stars-In-The-Night"; girl being tapped is Anne Fall and to her left is Geri Ranch. This image appears first on page 242 in the 1962 Kentuckian, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2695Eight women in graduation gowns standing or sitting and one man standing. This image appears first on page 377 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- New Democratic Coalition7A2696Jack Reeves seated among other students, turned speaking to the person behind him. The New Democratic Coalition is a more active and liberal group than the Young Democrats at the University of Kentucky. This image appears second on page 264 in the 1969 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Newcomers Club7A2697Four unidentified female members of the UK Newcomers Club. Photographer: Herald-Leader. Received October 20, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Omicron Delta Kappa7A2698Omicron Delta Kappa Initiates; from left to right: Richard C. Roberts, Bob Chambless, Whayne Priest, Jesse Stuart, John A. Deacon, Dr. R. H. Weaver. Photographer: Herald-Leader. Received December 17, 1958 from Public Relations, undatedb / w, 6 inches by 10 inches.7A2699Omicron Delta Kappa; from left to right: Denis Louny, Charles C. Schimpeler, and Ronald D. Wagoner. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2700"ODK Initiates--Omicron Delta Kappa, Nu Circle at the University of Kentucky, last night initiates new members at its annual spring initiation banquet. Front row, from left, are Jerry Westerfield, president; Frank S. Button Jr.; Dr. A. D. Albright, vice president, and Walter Duvall. Back row from left, Jimmy L. Thomas, Louis E. Furlong, W. Prentice Smith, Dr. Richard Chapman and Larry Lovell. The banquet was at Congress In. (Herald Photo).", [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2701"ODK Initiates--Omicron Delta Kappa, Nu Circle at the University of Kentucky, last night initiates new members at its annual spring initiation banquet. Front row, from left, are Jerry Westerfield, president; Frank S. Button Jr.; Dr. A. D. Albright, vice president, and Walter Duvall. Back row from left, Jimmy L. Thomas, Louis E. Furlong, W. Prentice Smith, Dr. Richard Chapman and Larry Lovell. The banquet was at Congress In. (Herald Photo).", [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2702Robert Roach, John Peters, Henry Bennett, and Joe Savage--Omicron Delta Kappa Initiates. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Patterson Literary Society7A2703Patterson Literary Society--By row: (1) Darrell Stith; (2) Jim Lambert, Dr. J. Reidsterret, Don Knute, Les Rosenbaum; (3) Gatewood Galibraith, T. Allen White, Burt Millary, Rob Brackley. This image appears first on page 356 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Phi Beta Kappa7A2704Phi Beta Kappa--seated: Gene Thomas, Suzanne Shively, Lois Cammack Hall, Mary Tippett Daniel, Marilyn Jones, Susan Ann Bachmeyer; standing: James W. Smith, Harry Lee Conley Jr., Mrs. Jeanette Hill Jennings, Ellen Flippo, Elizabeth Joan Fritz, and Arthur L. Brooks Jr., 1957, Mayb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2705Phi Beta Kappa--seated: Donalene Sapp, Shirley Lewis, Marian VanHorne, Patricia Peete, Beverly Stanley; standing: Ducksoo Lee, William Iler, Shirley Park, Audrey Parsons, Larry Brown, Nancy Moris, Gwynneth Gelson, James Urbaniuk, and James Herron, [1958, April 30]b / w, 6 inches by 10 inches.7A2706Phi Beta Kappa--seated: Mrs. Helen Wood, Mrs. Weissinzer, Phoelie Beckner Estes, Susan Darnell; standing: Charles Cawood, Richard Roberts, John Stoeckinzer, Elmer Schoenbachler, Stanley Tduffman, and Max Tdaris. Received December 18, 1958 in Public Relations, [1958, December 16]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2707Phi Beta Kappa--"Honor Society Initiates-Ten students were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic honorary society, last night at the University of Kentucky. Pictured from the left, seated are: Rosemary Donovan, Joan Shear, and Patricia Bleyle; standing: Gerald Sorrell, Dale Osbourne, Scott Long, Clay Ross Jr., William Hammons, and Dr. Douglas Haynes. Ann Ballard was not present when the picture was taken. (Herald-Leader)." Received May 11, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2708Phi Beta Kappa members; Joan Shear, Patricia Bleyle, Rosemary Donovan, William Hammons, Scott Long, Dr. Douglas Haynes, Dale Osbourne, Clay Ros Jr., and Gerald Sorrell. Received May 6, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2709Phi Beta Kappa initiates. Received December 18, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2710Phi Beta Kappa initiates. Received December 18, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2711Phi Beta Kappa initiates. Received December 22, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2712Phi Beta Kappa initiates, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2713Phi Beta Kappa initiates. Received May 16, 1963 from Public Relations, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2714Phi Beta Kappa trip to Moscow, [ 1963, November 15]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2714aPhi Beta Kappa trip to Moscow (duplicate of image 2714), [ 1963, November 15]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Philosophian Literary Society7A2715Old Maids Convention for Philosophian Society; Mame Neal, Beatrice Terry, Frances Butler, Margaret I. King, Martha White, Randa Spears, and Mary Willa Bowden; these women called themselves old maids. Received November 23, 1953 from Mrs. L. K. Fraukel, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8 inches.7A2715aOld Maids Convention for Philosophian Society; Mame Neal, Beatrice Terry, Frances Butler, Margaret I. King, Martha White, Randa Spears, and Mary Willa Bowden; these women called themselves old maids. Received November 23, 1953 from Mrs. L. K. Fraukel (duplicate of image 2715), [1898]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2715bOld Maids Convention for Philosophian Society; Mame Neal, Beatrice Terry, Frances Butler, Margaret I. King, Martha White, Randa Spears, and Mary Willa Bowden; these women called themselves old maids. Received November 23, 1953 from Mrs. L. K. Fraukel (duplicate of image 2715), [1898]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2716Four unidentified women and four unidentified men sitting around a table, [1900]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.7A2717Nellie Scott, Lucia Harbaeon, Harriet Billingsley, Edna Hanna, Martha White, and Elizabeth Cassidy, [1900]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.Organizations- Photography Club7A2718Jessis Francis, William Rodman, Cacus Partin, Grant Whitehouse, Doris Reichenbach, A. C. Mason, Sylvia Siegel, William Bruckart, John Proctor, David Fox, Michael Fulkerson, John Kuiper, Charles Fritts, Eddie Pearson. This image appears on page 232 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Pi Sigma Alpha7A2719Sigma Alpha initiates, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Pitkin Club7A2720Pitkin Club; This image appears on page 233 in the 1941 Kentuckian, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Organizations- Psi Chi7A2721Psi Chi Officers. Received February 22, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2721aPsi Chi Officers. Received February 22, 1961 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 2721), [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Queens7B2774Queen and her court from 1934 Kentuckian: Edna Evans (Class of 1935), Betsy Frye, Scovell Bryant, Ruby Dunn, Marian Conner Dawson - Queen (Class of 1935), Elizabeth Jones (Class of 1935), Bethe Bosworth (Class of 1937); This image is in the 1934 Kentuckian on page 124; This image is in the 1965, May 9 Herald - Leader; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, [1934]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.7B2775Court of Beauty; This image is in the 1941 Kentuckian on page 22, [1941]b / w, 3.5 inches by 9 inches.7B27761943 Beauties: Sue Gooding (Class of 1943), Martha Jane Thompson; Joan Theiss, Julia Johnson, Betty Clardy, Anne Austin (Class of 1943), Barbara Rehm (Class of 1943); from the 1943 Kentuckian; This image was also in the 1965 May 6 Lexington Herald - Leader, [1943]b / w, 3.5 inches by 6 inches.7B2777Ann Austin; This image is in the 1943 Kentuckian on page 30 ; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, [1943]b / w, 5 inched by 7 inches.7B2778From Beauty Queens folder: Penny Shively (Mrs. Don R. Rose), Minkie Clarke (Mrs. Harry Denham), and Adalin Stern (Mrs. William W. Wichman); This image is in the 1944 Kentuckian on page 144; This image is also in the 1965 May 9 Lexington Herald - Leader; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader , [1944]b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.7B2779A queen with unidentified man shaking hands with Dr. Donovan, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7B2780Queen Candidate Jean Lester prepares for Lances Carnival with the help of an unidentified woman, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2781Sweetheart Ball (Valentines Day Dance); King and Queen of the dance with their court at Ashland Center; Photographer: Norman C. Mahan, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2782Jane Marvin Brock (Miss Kentucky 1957) at Folk Festival holding a dulcimer instrument, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2783Maurice Hamm and Jane Clarke, king and queen of Block and Bridle; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader , [1958, November 21]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B27841958 Kentuckian Contest; Front Row (left to right): Judy Ruffner and Tracy Walden; Back Row (left to right): Libby Hanna, Sally Wiedenhoefer, Susan Haselden, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2785Sue Reeves, 1960 Snow Queen; Photographer: Rensler's , [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 6.5 inches.7B2786Homecoming? King and Queen (Julia Wardup), [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2987From left to right: former Kentuckian Queen (1939) Mrs. Paul Mansfield and 1963 Kentuckian Queen Carolyn Mansfield (mother and daughter); This image is in the 1965 May 9 Lexington Herald - Leader, [1963]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9 inches.7B2788From left to right: former Kentuckian Queen (1939) Mrs. Paul Mansfield and 1963 Kentuckian Queen Carolyn Mansfield (mother and daughter); different photo from set in the 1965 May 9 Lexington Herald - Leader, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2789President Oswald kisses an unidentified queen in 1965; possibly Miss Kentucky or Miss Kentucky Derby on University of Kentucky campus; Kernel Photo; Photographer: Dick Ware, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Religious Groups7A2722"Y" Club (combination of Young Women's Christian Association and Young Men's Christian Association) Sophomore Commission: This image appears in the 1941 Kentuckian page 237. From left to right: Row 1 - Rogers, Ogden, Murray, Hayes, Graves, Rion, Salmon, Gerald, Hill; Row 2 - Lawrence, Gay, Lancaster, Goering, Boaz, Kling, Board, Hananer, Farbach, McClaran; Row 3 - Smith, Woods, Hayman, Randolph, Davie, Jackson, Combs, Jaggers, Snapp, Phillips; Row 4 - Roland, Mitchell, Kirls, Harrison, Taylor, Hunt, Mahan, 1941b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.7A2723Monsignor Thomas Ennis of Lexington, Archbishop Karl I. Alter, and Reverend Edward T. Hickey at Marian Year Pilgrimage , 1954, Octoberb / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.7A2724Reverend Robert Estill and 5 others reading "The Witness," Canterbury Club?, 1957, October 10b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2725Christian Student Fellowship display at the New Student Center; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2726Veslez Foundation; Unidentified males and females eating lunch, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2727Students in front of the Fine Arts building (left, top row, small print); Catholic Student Center (center, top row, small print); Students in front of Episcopal Student Center (right, top row, small print); Students and priest standing in front of the Fine Arts building (left, second row, small print); Two students: Mary Glenn Keightly left and unidentified (center, second row, small print); Students near Episcopal Church (right, second row, small pint); Students in front of the Student Union (left, third row, small print), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches (proof sheet)7A2728Religion in Life Week; An unidentified man (right), an unidentified priest (center) and Dr. Young are holding a piece of paper during the Religion in Life Week, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2729Religion in Life Week; From left to right: unidentified man, unidentified man, Dr. Young, Chaplain Lampson, unidentified man; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, 1959, March 2b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2730Religious leaders of the religious groups for students at the University of Kentucky; Front Row (left to right): Charles Garrison, advisor of Christian Student Fellowship, Sondra Search, director of University YMCA, Ed McLachlan, advisor of Disciples Student Fellowship; Back Row (left to right): John King, chairman of campus religious activities, Charles Harbor, president of Interfaith Council, Father Elmer Moore, advisor of Newman Club, Reverend Rolland Bentrup, Lutheran Church, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2731Newman Club; This image is in the 1962 Kentuckian on page 256, image number 1 - "Talking over a special project with the executive committee is the president, Phil Sims.", [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2732A priest putting ashes on unidentified students' foreheads on Ash Wednesday in the Newman Center; This is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 126, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2733Two unidentified students and two nuns are walking on campus; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 30 and 31, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Shakespearean Festival7B2790Audience watching Shakespearean Festival in May 1930s; Accessioned from Administration Building 1966 January 3, [1936]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.7B2791Shakespearean Festival circa May 1936; Accessioned from Administration Building 1966 January 3, [1936]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.Organizations- Societas Pro Legibus7B2792Societas Pro Legibus; This image in 1969 Kentuckian on page 359, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Sororities7B2793Chi Epsilon Chi Chapter Room 1904; Kernel 1967 August 30, [1904]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Print from Glass Negatives; Crop Tape on Bottom Right corner.7B2794Early picture of the members of Chi Epsilon Chi; Row 1 (from left to right): Aubyn Chinn, Mary Rodes, and Viola Lewis; Row 2 (left to right): Lucy Hutchcraft and Mary Scrugham; Row 3 (left to right): Katherine Hopson, Martha Blessing, Ella Buckner, Louise Rodes, Anna Crenshaw, Sunshine Sweeney, Margaret Webster; This photo appeared in the 1906 Kentuckian pn page 194, picture 1, [1906]b / w, 7 inches by 9.5 inches. On copy paper.7B2795Early picture of the members of Alpha Gamma Delta (Photo states that Alpha Gamma Delta was founded Syracuse University, May 30, 1904, Epsilon Chapter established at State University of Kentucky May 4, 1908, official flowers are red and buff roses, official colors are red, buff, and green); Chapter Rolls: 1908 - Christina Pence and Lilliam Shaw, 1909 - Marietta Cassidy and Mary Belle Pence, 1911 - Ethel Bryant, 1912 - Alma Faulkner, Cleo Gillis, and Gretchen Hayden; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1912]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Composite.7B2796Early picture of the members of Alpha Xi Delta (Photo states that Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1893 April 17, official colors are double blue and gold, official flower is a pink rose; Chapter Roll: Lenora Barner, Helen Dickey, Lida Jones, Anne Simrall, Lillian Ferguson, Edwina Porch, Nell Wallis, Elizabeth Wallis, Iva Belle Boreing; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1908b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Composite.7B2797Delta Delta Delta members, Note that Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1886, official colors are Silver, gold, and blue; Delta Rho Chapter established March 1923; Members, Class of 1923: Katherine Conroy; Members, Class of 1924: Pauline Park and Alice Cherry; Members, Class of 1925: Helen Ralston, Edna Gordon, Elizabeth Moorman; Members, Class of 1926: Genevieve Kelly, Christine Gearhart, Gene Ward, Elizabeth Lilleston, Magdalene Rogers, Marie Beckner; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1923]b / w, 8 inched by 10 inches. Composite; fixer stain.7B2798Alpha Delta Sorority, [1932]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. Top Right corner bent.7B2799Jenrose Morgan standing in the doorway of the Kappa Alpha Theta house, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2800Delta Zeta Sorority members in Delta Zeta car, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2801Delta Delta Delta members performing "Mr. Magoo Lost in the Jungle" at the Lances Carnival (for which they won second place in the sorority division); Left to Right: Becky Bishop, Susan Tebbs, ? Dutch, Sylvia Bently; Photographer: Glenn Thomasson, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2802Sorority woman on beach, [1957]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.7B2803Construction of the Alpha Delta Pi house; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2804Kappa Delta Sorority during Rush Week, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2805Dinner at a sorority house, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2806Sorority house mothers, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2807Couples leaving the Alpha Delta Pi sorority house; Boy in front is Jim Baughman, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2808Couples leaving the Alpha Delta Pi sorority house; Boy in front is Jim Baughman, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2809Barbara Zweifel stands on a staircase looking down at Steve Clark; This photo is in the 1960 K - Book (student handbook) on page 37, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2810Barbara Zweifel (seated left on couch) at a sorority Rush party; This photo is in the 1960 K - Book (student handbook) on page 17, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2811Girl seated at a pie-throwing booth; Sign says "Take Out Your Frustrations on Us!", [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2812Girls singing and playing guitar at the Kappa Delta house, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2813Girls playing instruments and singing at the Alpha Zeta Delta house; This image is in the 1962 Kentuckian on page 121, image 45, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Image torn at top surface.7C2814Delta Zeta Christmas party for children; This image is in the 1962 Kentuckian on page 38, image 3, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2815Girls decorating the Chi Omega house; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1963, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2816Decorated Chi Omega Sorority house; Sign says "The Ches-sure Cats Checkmate Again; Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1963, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2817Kappa Delta Sorority sisters popping popcorn by the fireplace; From left to right: Diane Schorr, Kennie Bowling, Brenda Marquis, Brenda Booke; This image is in the 1963 Kentuckian on page 100, image 1, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Crop tape.7C2818Alpha Xi Delta, which in 1907 became the first national sorority at the University of Kentucky, has state day observance in Lexington in March 1963; From left to right are: Ayleene Hobday (Mrs. H. H. Whitehead), Anna Jean Smith (Mrs. E. Everett Elsey), and Joyce Beals (Mrs. H. E. Wetherton, Jr.); This image is in the 1965 May 9 Lexington Herald - Leader; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1963, Marchb / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.7C2819Sorority girls watching a Raggedy Ann skit, [1968]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9 inches.7C2820Pi Phi Francis Tucker cuddles up to one of the residents of Cardinal Hall, [1968]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Cardboard.7C2821Pi Phi sisters talking to children , [1968]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9 inches.7C2822Members of Alpha Gamma Delta, [1968]b / w, 6.5 inches by 7.5 inches. Edges ragged and torn.7C2823Alpha Delta Pi house party, [1968]b / w, 7 inches by 8.5 inches. Edges torn.7C2824Sorority sister singing, [1968]b / w, 6.5 inches by 7 inches. Edges ragged and torn.7C2825Two sorority sisters listen at a table, [1968]b / w, 5.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Fixer stain.7C2826Sorority Rush; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 55, picture 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2827Girls hug during Sorority Rush , 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2828Sorority Rush; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 342, image 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2829Fall sorority rush; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 319, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2830Girls cry at sorority Rush; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 343, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2831Alpha Chi Omega sisters taking a tour of their new house; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 300, image 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2832Pi Beta Phi sisters putting on a play; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 324, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2833Alpha Delta Pi sisters dancing; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 303, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2834Sorority sisters acting out a skit; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 54, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2835Delta Gamma sisters playing piano and singing; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 312, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2836Alpha Gamma Delta sisters cheering; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 304, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2837Panhellenic Council: Row 1 (left to right): Mary Hatcher, Pat Faraci, Marilyn Nuss, Linda Green, Barbara Coons, Joyce Heck, Joanne Bistary, Dorothy Rouse, Amelia Simpson, Bunny Baldwin, Kate Elliston; Row 2 (left to right): Sarah McConnell, Roxy Jacobs, Carolyn Honeck, Mary Lou Swope, Kathleen Walker, Jan Fisher; This photo can be found in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 381, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2838Chi Omega sisters chat; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 308, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2839A Greek event; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 342, image 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2840Three older women at the Kappa Delta Phi house; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 380, picture 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2841Pi Beta Phi sisters laughing; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 325, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2842Alpha Delta Pi sisters cheering for Sigma Chi; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 302, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2843Alpha Gamma Delta sisters holding a sheep in front of the sorority house; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 305, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2844Kappa Kappa Gamma sisters cheering on a fraternity brother in a pool; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 323, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2845Sorority pledges participate in the Sigma Chi Derby competition; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 403, image 20, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2846Delta Delta Delta sisters plus a male friend play around with a bucket of water in front of the sorority house; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 310, image 1 , [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2847Delta Delta Delta sisters plus a male friend have tea; The image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 311, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7C2848Delta Gamma outside party with Sigma Chi; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 311, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2849Gamma Phi Beta sisters break ground fro a new home site; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 317, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2850Sorority sisters hanging out together; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 352, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2851Alpha Xi Delta sister during a parade; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 306, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2852Sigma Chi Derby; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 345, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2853A Kappa Alpha Theta sorority sister is crowned Sigma Chi Derby queen; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 318, image 1 , [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2854Zeta Tau Alpha sisters in a scooter relay; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 326, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2855Sorority sisters in a scooter relay; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 278, picture number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2856Alpha Epsilon Delta at a meeting; Facing camera are (left to right): Ron Weddle, Carolyn Purcell, and Becky Westerfield; Not facing camera are (left to right): unidentified, David Colvin; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 358, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2857Sorority sisters talking; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 55, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2858Couple kissing in front of a crowd at the Zeta Tau Alpha house; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 327, image 29, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2859Kappa Delta snack time; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 320, image 33, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2860Girls in rollers going to sing in front of the Alpha Delta Pi house; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 16, image 1, [1969]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.7C2861Doing homework lying on the floor of an unidentified sorority house, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2862Dinner time at Delta Delta Delta; Photographer: Bill Knight, [1969]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches. Red pencil marks.7C2863Chi Omega sisters washing windows, [1969]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Construction paper glued to back of photo.7C2864Alpha Xi Delta Christmas party; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 10, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2865Delta Zeta sister decorating a Christmas tree with children; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 314, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2866Panhellenic sponsered Christmas project; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 348, picture number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2867Sorority members run from "Sorority Row" toward Rose Street; Bobbi Howay, front left, is a Kappa Delta sister, 1972b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 199; Fixer stain.7C2868Members of Alpha Delta Pi social sorority welcome Fall rushees with a cheerful song in the 1980s, [1982]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 217; Yellowed.7C2869Women shoveling dirt at the groundbreaking for the Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter house at the University of Kentucky, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Organizations- Speakers7C2870An unidentified female student, possibly an ambassador to visiting speakers, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2871Students clapping at a speech by Julian Bond; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian page 7, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2872Al Capp, the creator of the "Little Abner" cartoon and "Long Sam" (a female version of "Little Abner"), speaks to a group of students; Capp was brought to the University of Kentucky by the Faculty Senate; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 61, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2873Al Capp, the creator of the "Little Abner" cartoon and "Long Sam" (a female version of "Little Abner"), speaks to a group of students; Capp was brought to the University of Kentucky by the Faculty Senate; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 61, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2874Fred Halstead, the presidential candidate of the Socialist Workers Party, speaks to a group of students; Halstead was brought to the University of Kentucky by the Faculty Senate; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 60, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2875Fred Halstead, the presidential candidate of the Socialist Workers Party, speaks to a group of students; Halstead was brought to the University of Kentucky by the Faculty Senate; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 60, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2876Pritam Sabharwal, Assitant Professor of Botany at the University of Kentucky stands talking to for sorority sisters; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 349, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2877Scotty Reston (center) talk to people at the 1979 Creason Lectures, 1979b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Organizations- Stars in the Night7C2878Female students standing and sitting at a table; Elizabeth Kentley stands, left, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2879Four women seated, with gifts; Left to right: unidentified, Joy Bell, unidentified, Margaret Bruce Cruise; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo , [1958, April 2]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2880Three girls hold "State Drama Festival High Distinction 1959 Class C" prize, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Sigma Delta Chi Professional Journalism Society7A2734Sigma Delta Chi Professional Journalism Society, University of Kentucky undergraduate chapter, presents the award for excellence in high school newspapers, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Student Center/ Activities Board7B2735Jim Croce and Ingrid Croce are on stage giving a concert at the Student Center Coffee House; This concert was sponsored by the Student Center Board; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 83, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2736An unidentified man speaking at the Student Center Board Speaker Series; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 83, picture number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2737Diana Ross (left) and the Supremes sing at a concert on the University of Kentucky campus; the Student Center Board brought the Supremes to UK; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 379, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations - Student Committee of Self Study426861The Student Committee of Self Study are meeting and sitting around a table. From the left: Suzi Kifer, Karla Howell, Michele Lee, Victor Hazard, Angene Wilson, and Mary Brinkman, [1991]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph is by Estill Robinson.Organizations- Student Congress7B2738Student Congress lecture series at Memorial Hall; From left to right: Raleigh Lane, Student Congress President, Annette Westphal, Dr. Smith, Joseph Coughlin; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Student Government7B2739Student Government sponsered Bull session and fellowship in Miller Hall concerning Earth Science , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2740People running for Student Government; Photo by: Public Information Department, [1959]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9 inches.7B2741President Albert Kirwan (right) is swearing Tim Futrell into an office of the Student Government; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 117, image number 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2742Unidentified members of the Student Government at a meeting in a classroom; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 236, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2743An unidentified student is voting on forced housing and two unidentified students are seated at a table with the Referendum on housing, which was sponsered by the Student Government; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 85, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2744Tim Futrell (left) shaking hands with an unidentified Sigma Chi fraternity member and unidentified students watching; Tim Futrell is the president of the Student Government at the University of Kentucky in 1969; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 20, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2745Student Government Office; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 236, image number 3; A group of unidentified males and females, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2746Two guys shaking hands; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 237, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2747Student Senate; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 236, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2748People cheering; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 242, Image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2749Four people talking; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 243, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2750Student Government members; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 243, image 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Student Handbook - K-Book 7B2751Three girls and two guys sitting at a table; K - Book (student handbook) Staff 1958; This photo is in the 1958 Kentuckian on page 281, picture number 4; Left to Right: Nancy Meadows, Grady Selbards, Jane Harrison, Jean Weatherford, Bob Owen; Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Student Nurses Organization7B2752Student Nurses Organization; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 368, image 2; Foreground: Barbara Redick, President; Row 1: Deborah Hodge, Melissa Connelly, Sharon Sheets, Mary Thomas, Jane Johnson, Carole Nevitt, Ramonda Bamberger, Phyllis Crocker; Row 2: Mary Jo Billette, Linda Bowers, Judy White, Rae Shaut, Susan Koestel, Kay Scheidt, Mary Beth Hauber, Louise Sethmann, Janice Cloyd, Sherrill Gibson, Valli Merritt; Row 3: Sadie Briggs, Mary Starrs, Brenda Mapp, Pat Young, Kathy Webeler, Pam Burch, Barbara Davis, Linda Caldwell, Diane Kuehn, Holly Hughes, Kathy Kelly; Row 4: Terry McCarty, Susie Cannon, Sheryl Cotteur, Carolyn Acuff, Theresa Feldman, Cheryl Vasser, Ruth Anne Matthews, Kathryn TePas, Karen Choate, Peggy Vico, Jeanne Rignier, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Students for Action and Responsibility7B2753Four unidentified members of Students for Action and Responsibility at a meeting in a classroom; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 238, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2754Students for Action and Responsibility members talking in a hallway; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 239, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2755Students for Action and Responsibility; unidentified male student at Students for Action and Responsibility meeting' This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 239, picture number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- State University of Kentucky (SUKY)7B2756Steve Clark is sitting on a goal post at Stoll Field; Barbara Zweifel and Steve are wrapping streamers around a goal post, which earns points towards State University of Kentucky (SUKY) membership; State University of Kentucky (SUKY) is a pep organization that works with the University of Kentucky Athletic Association and its purpose is to promote school spirit. This photo is in the 1960 K - Book (student handbook) on page 8; State University of Kentucky (SUKY) was founded circa 1920, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Tau Sigma7B2758Tau Sigma, three unidentified members, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2759Tau Sigma members; three women in a dance group , [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2760Tau Sigma of Orchesis, 1969; thirteen women and one man in pose; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 359, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Troupers 7B2761Two unidentified members of the Troupers. The Troupers were part of the Physical Education Department but included students from all colleges. They primarily perfomed gymnastics and dance in Memorial Hall, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2762Two unidentified female Troupers. The Troupers were part of the Physical Education Department but included students from all colleges. They primarily perfomed gymnastics and dance in Memorial Hall, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4270Troupers; This image is on page 361 of the 1969 Kentuckian. The Troupers were part of the Physical Education Department but included students from all colleges. They primarily perfomed gymnastics and dance in Memorial Hall, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Union Literary Society7B2763Union Literary Society circa 1890; Presented by Mrs. James Blythe Anderson July 18, 1946, [1890]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches (cardboard)Organizations- Utopia Club7B2764Utopia Club Conference February 4, 1954; State Officers (1954 - 1955) from left to right: George Wright, vice - president, Stella Wethington, secretary, George Finell Jr., president, 1954, February 4b / w, 6.5 inches by 8 inches.7B2765Utopia Club members during Club Conference February 4, 1954, 1954, February 4b / w, 5 inches by 9 inches.7B2766State Utopia Club meeting, 1960, at University of Kentucky; received by Public Relations February 23, 1960; four unidentified men and one woman; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader , 1960, February 20b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- "Wheelcats" (wheelchair basketball)7B2767Members of the 1986 University of Kentucky "Wheelcats" (wheelchair basketball) attracted a large following for their games, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 231.Organizations - Young Americans for Freedom7B2768Julia Brown speaking at a Young Americans for Freedom meeting in 1969; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 260, picture number 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2769Young Americans for Freedom meeting and debate; In 1969 Kentuckian on page 261, picture number 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7B2770Three unidentified male members of Young Americans for Freedom; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 263, image 1, [1969, April]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Young Democrats7B2771"The Young Democrats function is to advance the ideals of the Democratic Party on the University of Kentucky campus.;" This photo is in the 1961 Kentuckian on page 348; Row 1(left to right): E. D. Ballard, supervisor, Department of Revenue, Carolyn Rand, publicity chairman, Mary Lu Miller, secretary, Lessley Decker, president, Bill Jones, vice - president and treasurer, Malcolm E. Jewel, faculty advisor; Row 2 (left to right): Susan Stone Roberts, Micky Kroger, Nancye Faurest, Carole Meyers, Anne Roberts, Johanna Draper, Glenna Mason Pope, Linda Mount, Ginny Ormsby, Sharon Perkins, Martha Schneider, Marjorie Farrant, Lambert King, Richard Hulette; Row 3 (left to right): Zonarae Tuccuarone, Peggy Elliot, Ann Todd Jeffries, James E. Sanders, Garryl C. Sipple, Fred B. Gardner, Robert Todd, Jerry A. Stricker, Larry Johnson, Joe Darnall, Pat Molly; This photo is in the 1961 Kentuckian on page 348, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Organizations- Young Men's Christian Association 7B2772Young Men's Christian Association Freshman Cabinet; Row 1: Morsch, Dunn, Marrell, Nesbit, Young, Gilmore, Ruttencutter; Row 2: Rudd, May, Edwards, Vice, Wiggington, Lecky, Lowrey; Row 3: Krog, Mayes (president), Buskie, Eads, Twaddell, Carloss, undatedb / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches. Nollau Nitrate - 2481 Duplicate.Organizations- Young Women's Christian Association 7B2773Four unidentified women of the Young Women's Christian Association, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 9.5 inches. Fixer stain.9C3772A young woman and a girl cut pictures out of magazines at Y - Teen Club, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3773A young woman and a girl cut pictures out of magazines at Y - Teen Club, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Parents Weekend446996Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shuber of Stow, Ohio, the parents of Ann Shuber, received the "Best Parents" Award at the UK / Vanderbilt game at Commonwealth Stadium, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.477175Parents are greeted at the Parents Weekend Reception, 1986b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was taken by Ken Goad.Student Protests - 19597C2881Students prepare to burn a cross with a figure representing the faculty in protest of faculty giving Wednesday before Thanksgiving off, 1959, November 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7C2882Students march in protest against faculty ruling on holiday march to McVey Hall after circling Faculty Club; Buildings in background are Faculty Club (Patterson House) and Law School; Picture appeared in 1959, November 25 Kentucky Kernel, 1959, November 24b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7C2883Students march in the rain, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7C2884Male student climbs a tree at the holiday protest riot; Photographer: R. W. Schuler, 1959, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7C2885Police officers with riot guns meet rioters in front of police station, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Student Protests - 1968-19697D2886Student Vietnam War protest signs in front of Administration Building, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches Visual File No. 172; Yellowed.7D2887Protesters listen to a speaker; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 288, image 2, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7D2888Students passing out letters; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 282, image 2, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7D2889Student holds up a poster during Winter Virgil; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 36, image 1, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7D2890Students protest in downtown Lexington, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7D2891Students protest in front of the Law Building; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 284, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7D2892Protesters listen to a speaker; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 281, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 7D2893Students protest in downtown Lexington, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2894Student lighting candle; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 297, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2895Students leave the Student Center during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 293, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2896Male student flashes a peace sign during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 285, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2897Student Guy Mendes speaks at a protest near the Administration Building; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 282, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2898Students during the Youth Revolution; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 45, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2899Students before a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 280, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2900Associated Women Students members at a speech by George Wallace, which was cosponsored by Associated Women Students; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 369, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2901Students talk during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 290, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2902Wallace supporters; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 6, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2903Students walking in halls; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 289, image 5, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2904Students passing out food at a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 292, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2905Students protesting; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 290, image 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2906Protest on individual rights; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 291, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2907Students wave during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 287, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2908Men speak during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 295, image 4, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2909Male student holding a poster during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 284, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2910Students raise their hands during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 280, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2911Students descending a staircase; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 32, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2912Male student stands to speak during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 286, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2913Spring Vigil protest on the University of Kentucky campus against Communism, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2914Students protest near the University President's house, Maxwell Place; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 296, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2915Students protest for individual rights; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 285, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2916Wallace supporters and opponents march on Euclid Ave; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 58, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2917Students protest in front of the Student Center; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 92, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2918Student protest for individual rights; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 281, image 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2919Students protest at night; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 295, image 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2920Students under a tree; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 296, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2921Woman hits man on head with a poster during a protest; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 12, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2922Man cleans up after protesters; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 293, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.527551Student protesters with signs and flags, [1969]b / w, 7 inches by 9.5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.Student Protests - Reaction to Kent State shootings - May 5, 19707D2923Students protest Kent State shootings; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 252, image 1, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2924Student protest Kent State shootings; This image is in the 1969 going into 1970 Kentuckian on page 24, image 2, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2925Female led away by a police officer during a reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2926Female led away by a police officer during a reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original.7D2927Protesters in front the Student Center, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2928Soldiers standing ready and armed during the student protesters' reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2929Soldiers standing ready and armed during the student protesters' reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy from original.7D2930Police and national guard hold back student protesters, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2931A-Frame ROTC building is destroyed by fire as University of Kentucky students protest the shootings at Kent State University; The cause of the fire was never officially determined, 1970 May 6b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 192; Copy Negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative File.7D2932A-Frame ROTC building is destroyed by fire as University of Kentucky students protest the shootings at Kent State University; The cause of the fire was never officially determined, 1970 May 6b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original.7D2933State police guard the doorway of the Army and Air Force Building from protesters, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2934Protesters listen to the University President, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2935Police hold back protesters during the reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2936Police hold back protesters during the reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2937Armed guards follow the crowd of protesters during a reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2938Armed guards follow the crowd of protesters during a reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2939Armed guards follow the crowd of protesters during a reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2940Armed guards follow the crowd of protesters during a reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2941Police officer with a billy club during a protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2942Police officer with a billy club during a protest, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2943Army Jeeps drive past the Administration Building during the reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2944Army Jeeps drive past the Administration Building during the reaction to the Kent State shootings, [1970, May]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2945University of Kentucky students protest the shootings at Kent State University, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2946University of Kentucky students protest the shootings at Kent State University, 1970b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2947Protesters sitting and standing near the Student Center, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2948Protesters of the Kent State shootings sit listening in the grass, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2949Students sit in the middle of Limestone St. near Wallace's Book Store at night to protest the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2950Students protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2951Students protest by marching through Central Campus in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2952Students protest by marching through Central Campus in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2953Students protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2954Students protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2955Students protest near the Student Center in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2956Protest in front of the Patterson Office Tower in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2957Police officers guarding front doors of Administration Building during student protest of the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2958Police officers guarding front doors of Administration Building during student protest of the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 190.7D2959Police officers stand in the doorway of Barker Hall during a protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2960Police officers stand in the doorway of Barker Hall during a protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7D2961Kentucky state police and United Stated Army soldiers standing in a doorway during a protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7D2962Kentucky state police and United Stated Army soldiers standing in a doorway during a protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from Original.7D2962aKentucky state police and United Stated Army soldiers standing in a doorway during a protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.7D2963Students hold sign protesting the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2964Students protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2965Protesters sitting on the lawn by Student center, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2966Protesters sitting on the lawn by the UK Student Center, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2967Students protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2968Students reading materials in front of the Student Center, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7D2969Kentucky state police stand in the doorway of Barker hall while students protest in reaction to the Kent State shootings, 1970b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Student Rally7D2970Former governor John Y. Brown speaks to students during a rally for higher education which took place on the lawn of the Administration Building, 1981, October 14b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Teas, Dances, and Banquets7E2971The gym in Barker Hall decorated for the Junior Prom, [1903]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.7E2972Queen Lucy Maddox installs Governor "Happy" Chandler as a member of Scabbard and Blade, the military honor society, during the 1932 military ball; Photographer: Lafayette Studio , 1932b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 97.7E2973The Sock Hop in Memorial Coliseum; Photographer: Bedford Studio, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2974Sorority woman in formal dress stands with her date in a doorway; This photo is in the 1957 Kentuckian on page 7, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2975John Davis (third from right), Carolyn Jones (second from right), Gregg Rhodemyre (second from right), and an unidentified female student at a tea party in the Student Union Building, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2976John Davis (third from right), Carolyn Jones (second from right), Gregg Rhodemyre (second from right), and an unidentified female student at a tea party in the Student Union Building, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2977Students going into a dance at the Student Union Building; This photo is in the 1957 Kentuckian on page 14, image 1, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2978David Browning dances with an unidentified co-ed, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2979Carroll Baldwin (Delta Delta Delta) dances with Butch Pinson (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) at a Greek dance, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2980Greek Week Dance in the Student Union Building; This photo is in the 1958 Kentuckian on page 1, image number 4 and on page 103, image number 1, [1958]b / w, 3 inches by 6.5 inches.7E2981Greek Week Dance in the Student Union Building; This photo is in the 1958 Kentuckian on page 1, image number 4 and on page 103, image number 1, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2982Unidentified couple receives dance instruction, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2983University president Frank Dickey (front, center) at a tea or banquet at the Coldstream Farm; Event may have been connected with Dr. Morris Scherago, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2984Student Elizabeth Burchett and an unidentified male (far left) stand with two members of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra at a tea for the Danes; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Yellowed.7E2985Jane Webb and Tony Rotunno were the stars of "Sadie Hawkins Day", [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7E2986Margaret Futrell (far right) dances with Richard "Dick" Vimont (right) and other identified couples at a dance, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2987Couples at a formal dance, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2988"Bishop" (left) and Tita White at a dance, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2989A band plays at a dance in the Student Center Ballroom, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.7E2990Female students dancing, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2991Students being crowned king and queen at the Twirp Dance, [1969]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.7E2992Students dancing at the Beaux Arts Ball; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 76, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2993Female student dances to a band at the Beaux Arts Ball; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 77, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2994Students dance with cardboard robots at the Beaux Arts Ball; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 77, picture number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E2995Students in costume dance at a Sadie Hawkins Dance sponsered by the Student Center Board; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 82, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.245495Myra Tobin and Dick Watkins are chosen outstanding Greek man and woman; Tobin was nominated by Alpha Gamma Rho and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternities and Watkins was nominated by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Delta sororities, as well as Triangle fraternity; They were selected at the 1960, December 9 Greek Week Dance in the Sub; They were presented with wreaths and trophies by Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Snow, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Tug of War at Clifton Pond7E2996Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E2997Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E2998Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond; The "F" on some men's' shirts identifies them as Freshmen, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E2999Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E3000Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E3001Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E3002Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond; The "F" on some men's' shirts identifies them as Freshmen, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E3003Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond; The "F" on some men's' shirts identifies them as Freshmen, [1900-1915]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E3004Men in a tug-of-war between the Freshmen and Sophomores at Clifton Pond; The "F" on some men's' shirts identifies them as Freshmen, 1914b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 50.7E3005Losers wading out of Clifton pond after the 1914 tug of war; The Freshmen triumphed in this contest held in October, 1914b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 51.7E3005aLosers wading out of Clifton pond after the 1914 tug of war; The Freshmen triumphed in this contest held in October, 1914b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Duplicate 1.7E3006Composite of four photos of the tug of war at Clifton Pond in 1916 and 1917, 1916 - 1917b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Not on photographic paper.7E3007People watching tug of war at Clifton Pond, [1922 - 1924]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.7E3007-2People watching tug of war at Clifton Pond, [1922 - 1924]b / w, 3 inches by 5 inches.Visitors - Anne (Princess Royal) of Great Britain527528People are socializing at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, April [1988]color, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517458The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain visits the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: UK First Lady Patsy Todd, Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517459The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain shakes the hand of an unidentified woman as UK First Lady Patsy Todd watches, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517460From the left: An unidentified woman, The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, UK President Lee Todd, and UK First Lady Patsy Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517461From the left: Peter Timoney, Director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; an unidentified woman; The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Officer Greg Baird; UK President Lee Todd; and UK First Lady Patsy Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517462From the left: An unidentified woman, Officer Greg Baird, The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, UK President Lee Todd, and UK First Lady Patsy Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517463Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, speaks from a podium, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517464UK President Lee Todd speaks from a podium at the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517465A row of people seated in an auditorium. From the left: The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; Alice Chandler; and an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517466The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain receives a book from UK President Lee Todd as a group of people watches. From the left: UK First Lady Patsy Todd; two unidentified women; The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; Alice Chandler; and Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517467From the left: UK First Lady Patsy Todd, President Lee Todd, and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain sit together in an auditorium, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517468Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, introduces the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain to an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517469Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, speaks to an unidentified man. From the left: an unidentified man, Peter Timoney, and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517470An unidentified man speaks to a small group of people in a laboratory in the Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and two unidentified men, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517471An unidentified man speaks in front of a display of photographs relating to the Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517472An unidentified man speaks in front of a display of photographs relating to the Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517473The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain and Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, listen to an unidentified man giving a presentation, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517474A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Center; two unidentified men; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and two unidentified women, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517475A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; an unidentified woman; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.517476A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527477A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; an unidentified woman; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527478A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; an unidentified woman; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527479A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; an unidentified woman; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527480A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; an unidentified woman; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527481A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: two unidentified men; UK President Lee Todd; Alice Chandler; an unidentified woman; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527482A group of people in a laboratory in the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; Alice Chandler; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and two unidentified women, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527483Ted Bassett (left), of the Keeneland Association, speaks with Dr. John Timoney, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527484UK President Lee Todd holds a brochure about veterinary science, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527485Peter Timoney (left), director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, speaks with UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527486Ted Bassett (left), former director of Keeneland Racetrack, listens to an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527487From the left: Sandy Hilen; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527488From the left: Sandy Hilen; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527489From the left: Sandy Hilen; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527490From the left: Sandy Hilen; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527491From the left: Sandy Hilen; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527492The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain is writing something in a book as a small group of people watches, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527493UK President Lee Todd speaks to three unidentified men, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527494The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain is speaking to a group of unidentified men. Beside her is Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527495The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain shakes the hand of an unidentified man as a small group of people watches, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527496The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain shakes the hand of an unidentified man as a small group of people watches, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527497From the left: Four unidentified men; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527498From the left: five unidentified men; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527499The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain is holding a teacup, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527500A group of unidentified people are at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527501The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain faces an unidentified man. To the far right is Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527502Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain listen to an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527503Three unidentified men are at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527504Two unidentified men are socializing, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527505Four unidentified men are standing in a row, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527506A group of unidentified people are at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527507The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain is speaking to Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, and an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527508Dr. Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, gestures to a small group of people, including the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain (who is immediately beside him), 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527509The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain is shaking the hand of an unidentified woman. Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center is in the far left of the picture, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527510Peter Timoney (left), director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain (beside him) are socializing with a small group of people during a reception, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527511Peter Timoney (left), director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain (beside him) are socializing with a small group of people during a reception, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527512An unidentified woman (center) is speaking to Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center, and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527513From the left: Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; Alice Chandler; Ted Bassett; an unidentified woman; and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527514From the left: Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; UK President Lee Todd; and Sandy Hilen, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527515Left to Right: Peter Timoney, the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, President Lee Todd, and with her back to the camera, Sandy Hilen are at a reception at the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527516The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527517Alice Chandler (left) is speaking with an unidentified woman, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527518President Lee Todd is speaking in the auditorium to the group including from the left: UK First Lady Patsy Todd; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; Alice Chandler; and an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527519A row of people are seated in an auditorium. From the left: UK First Lady Patsy Todd; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; Alice Chandler; and an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527520An unidentified man is giving a presentation in a laboratory in the Gluck Equine Research Center. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; an unidentified man; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527521The Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain is examining a display of photographs. From the left: an unidentified man; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Peter Timoney director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and an unidentified man, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527522A small group of people faces an unidentified man who is standing in front of a display of photographs. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; an unidentified man; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527523A small group of people faces an unidentified man who is standing in front of a display of photographs. From the left: an unidentified man; Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; an unidentified man; and UK President Lee Todd, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527524People are socializing at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center. At the table in the foreground an the left are Ted Bassett (left), of the Keeneland Association, and Dr. John Timoney, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527525People are socializing at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527526People are socializing at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.527527People are socializing at a reception during the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain's visit to the Gluck Equine Research Center. At the far left are Peter Timoney, director of the Gluck Equine Research Center; and the Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain, 2003, Aprilcolor, 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2005UA038.Visitors - Miscellaneous7E3008Lieutenant Governor Wilson Wyatt and John M. Robinson, former Congressman and 1959 Republican nominee for governor, visit the University of Kentucky to debate the merits of the presidential candidates; From Left to right: Paula Judd, cochairman of the program; Wyatt, speaking on behalf of John Kennedy; Jo Hern, other co-chair; and Robinson, speaking on behalf of Richard Nixon; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1960, October 2]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil cropping marks on image.7E3009Mr. and Mrs. Indrosoegondho, with the Embassy of Indonesia in Washington, D. C., visit the University of Kentucky and observe annual orientation program for Indonesian graduate students; From left to right: Dr. Howard W. Beers, chief of University of Kentucky contract team teaching in Bogor, Indonesia; Mrs. Indrosoegondho; Dr. William Hugh Jansen, University of Kentucky coordinator of Indonesian programs; Mr. Indrosoegondho; and Leonard Durso, director of Indonesian programs for the Agency for International Development, which sponsored University of Kentucky activities in Indonesia, 1964, July 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Black pencil marks.7E3010A talk by Norman Thomas, American Socialist Party Leader (far left); Professor Kenneth Bennel is seated third from right; This photo appeared in the 1965, May 9 Lexington Herald - Leader; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1965b / w, 5.5 inches by 9.5 inches.Visitors - Breckinridge (John)7E3011Members of the Lexington, Kentucky panel who participated in the Satellite Inaugural Conference on February 11, 1977; From left: Dr. Harold E. Morse, Director of the Education Division of the ARC and Director of AESP; Congressman John Breckinridge, member of Congress from the sixth district; Harry Teter, Jr., Executive Director of the ARC; Dr. Harold Hodgkinson, Director of the National Institute of Education; David Marxer, Chairman of the AESP Advisory Council of Alabama; Hilda Lee, a reading specialist from Cumberland, Maryland, who participated in the planning and implementation of the AESP Diagnostic and Prescriptive Reading Course, 1977, February 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Blue pen notes.Visitors - Bryan (William Jennings)7E3012Red Oldsmobile parked in front of the University of Kentucky Administration Building; Driving: Dean F. Paul Anderson; Backseat: William Jennings Bryan and University of Kentucky President Henry B. Barker; University of Kentucky faculty members stand on steps in the background (bearded man on bottom left is University of Kentucky Vice - President and Professor of English James Garrard White), 1912, Fallb / w, 7 inches by 10 inches. Cardboard.Visitors - Bush (George H.)7E3013Then United States Vice - President George H. W. Bush talks with former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler at the dedication of the Lucille Parker Markey Cancer Center, 1985b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 229.Visitors - Chandler (A. B. "Happy"), Governor446944A. B. "Happy" Chandler, Board of Trustees member and former Kentucky Governor (second from right), Mildred Chandler, Happy Chandler's spouse (second from left) and two unidentified men are standing around a cake with a "59" on the top of it, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Visitors - Carroll (Julian M.), Governor446945Julian M. Carroll, Governor of the state of Kentucky, (right) is being given a copy of the "Good News Bible" by Dr. Robert Bratcher (left), 1977, December 12b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Visitors - Eisenhower (Dwight)446946General Dwight Eisenhower (sitting in the car on the left) is campaigning on campus to become President. Eisenhower became president in 1953, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Visitors - Gerald (Ford) 7E3014Former President Gerald Ford and United States Senator John Sherman Cooper spoke to a crowd of 7,000 in Memorial Coliseum in 1977; Vince Davis (in dark suit), Director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy in 1971 walks behind Ford and Cooper, 1977b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 204.7E3014aFormer President Gerald Ford and Kentucky Senator John Sherman Cooper spoke to a crowd of 7,000 in Memorial Coliseum in 1977; Vince Davis (in dark suit), Director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy in 1971 walks behind Ford and Cooper, 1977b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file; Duplicate 1.517420From the left: Patterson School Director Vince Davis, UK President Otis Singletary, former US President Gerald Ford, and former US Senator / Ambassador John Sherman Cooper are seated around a table. The picture was taken prior to Ford's lecture for the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, 1977, April 11b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Visitors - Hope (Bob)7E3015Bob Hope (second from left) with students at the 1968 Little Kentucky Derby; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1968b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Yellowed.Visitors - Johnson (Lyndon B.) 7E3016United States President Lyndon B. Johnson (left), greeting an unidentified man , [1965]b / w, 5.5 inches by 6 inches.7E3017United States President Lyndon B. Johnson, speaker at Centennial Convocation (1965, February 22), receiving an honorary degree; Placing an academic hood on the President is Kentucky Governor Edward T. Breathitt; Looking on at left, at podium, is University of Kentucky President John W. Oswald; Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1965, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E3018United States President Lyndon B. Johnson, speaker at Centennial Convocation (1965, February 22), receiving an honorary degree; Placing an academic hood on the President is Kentucky Governor Edward T. Breathitt; Looking on at left, at podium, is University of Kentucky President John W. Oswald; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1965, February 22b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7E3019United States President Lyndon B. Johnson, speaker at Centennial Convocation (1965, February 22), receiving an honorary degree; Placing an academic hood on the President is Kentucky Governor Edward T. Breathitt; Looking on at left, at podium, is University of Kentucky President John W. Oswald; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1965, February 22b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7E3020President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson addressing Centennial Convocation; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1965, February 22b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7E3021President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson addressing Centennial Convocation, 1965, February 22b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E3022President Lyndon B. Johnson was the keynote speaker of University of Kentucky's Centennial Celebration held in Memorial Coliseum, 1965, February 22b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 169.Visitors - Kennedy (John F.)7E3023John F. Kennedy riding with Governor Bert Combs during a campaign visit to the University of Kentucky's campus , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E3024John F. Kennedy riding with Governor Bert Combs during a campaign visit to the University of Kentucky's campus , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 161.7E3025John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign visit to the University of Kentucky campus , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.7E3026John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign visit to the University of Kentucky campus , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.7E3027John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign visit to the University of Kentucky campus; Also some shots of Nixon supporters , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.7E3028John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign visit to the University of Kentucky campus , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.7E3029John F. Kennedy, Democratic Presidential candidate, speaking in front of the Administration Building on the University of Kentucky campus in 1960; From left to right on stage seated: former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, two unidentified people, Governor Bert Combs , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.7E3030John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign visit to the University of Kentucky campus , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.7E3031John F. Kennedy, Democratic Presidential candidate, speaking in front of the Administration Building on the University of Kentucky campus in 1960; From left to right on stage seated: former Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, two unidentified people, Governor Bert Combs , 1960, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.Visitors - Nader (Ralph) 7E3032Ralph Nader is interviewed; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 96, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E3033Ralph Nader visits the University of Kentucky campus; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 378, image 1 , [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Visitors - Roosevelt (Eleanor) 7E3034Eleanor Roosevelt at Maxwell Place with a group of Girl Scouts and a Boy Scout, 1934, July 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7E3035Eleanor Roosevelt addresses an audience in Memorial Hall; Seated behind her are Mrs. Morgenthau (spouse of Secretary of the Treasury, University President Frank L. McVey, and Governor Ruby Laffoon, 1934, July 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Yellowed.7E3036Eleanor Roosevelt addresses an audience in Memorial Hall; Seated behind her are Mrs. Morgenthau (spouse of Secretary of the Treasury, University President Frank L. McVey, and Governor Ruby Laffoon, 1934, July 7b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.7E3037Eleanor Roosevelt visits Maxwell Place; Left to right are: President McVey, Mrs. Ruby Laffoon?, McVey's granddaughter?, Roosevelt, McVey's granddaughter?, Nancy Cook (Democratic party leader), Governor Ruby Laffoon, and Mrs. Frances Jewell McVey, 1934, July 7b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 100.7E3038Eleanor Roosevelt at Maxwell Place (the University of Kentucky President's home), 1934b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Visitors - Roosevelt (Franklin D. Jr.)7E3039Standing left to right: Vice - President A. D. Albright, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (speaker at Kentucky Development Day program, and John Whisman; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Visitors - Stanley (A. O.), Governor7E3040Governor A. O. Stanley signs a $200, 000 appropriations bill; Standing left to right: President Frank L. McVey; Miss Mahler; Richard C. Stoll, member Board of Trustees; Senator D. H. Peak; Treasurer John Shane, [1918]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 59; pasted onto frame.Woman's Club7E3041University of Kentucky Woman's Club makes a donation to the Nell Donovan International Student Loan Fund; Standing, left to right: Estella Fendley, University of Kentucky Assistant Foreign Student Advisor; Mrs. Robert Kiser, University of Kentucky Woman's Club; Mrs. Daniel S. Arnold, University of Kentucky Woman's Club Treasurer; Mrs. William Peters, University of Kentucky Woman's Club, 1971, May 25b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7E3042Alicia Helm (left) and Joyce Logan (right) at Woman's Club reception for faculty wives and staff; Photographer: Ken Goad, 1991, September 19b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Workshops and Seminars7E3043Cal Wallace speaking to a group of students as one of seven seminars of "The New Non-Violent Way" series; This seminar series was sponsered by thirteen University of Kentucky members of the Committee on Peace Education and Research; Speakers of the seven seminars series included people from both the University of Kentucky and off - campus; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 186, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Campus Scenes and Views Art8B3197Sculpture produced by a University of Kentucky Art student; Photo donated by Terry Warth, [1989, May]Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3198Sculpture beside Wendt Machine Shop on right and an engineering building (part of the "old" engineering quadrangle) on left; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1992, AprilColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3199Sculpture beside Wendt Machine Shop on right and an engineering building (part of the "old" engineering quadrangle) on left; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1992, AprilColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3200Sculpture beside the Fine Arts Building; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1992, AprilColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3201Sculpture beside Wendt Machine Shop; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1996, December 13Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3202Sculpture beside Wendt Machine Shop; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1996, December 13Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3203Sculpture behind the White Hall Classroom Building; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1996, December 13Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3204Sculpture in front of the Wendt Machine Shop and Engineering building; Destroyed circa 1999/2000, Wendt Machine Shop, [1999]Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3205Student sculpture, [1999]Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3206Student sculpture, [1999]Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.356321An anchor sculpture, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo taken by the Department of Public Relations in Frankfort, Kentucky.Aerial 8A3169University site as it looked in a 1857 pictorial map of Lexington; Limestone is to the left, Rose Street is near the center, and the Fair Amphitheater is in the foreground; Photographer: Lafayette Studio, [1857]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3170Aerial view of campus; Received 1969, December 8 from Thomas D. Boyd, [1910]b / w, 3 inches by 6.5 inches.8A3171Aerial view of the State University of Kentucky campus, [1910]b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.8A3172Aerial view of the State University of Kentucky campus including Old Football Field and a city trolley, [1911]b / w, 4.5 inches by 9 inches. Visual File No. 45; Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.8A3173Aerial view from the President's office showing two buildings which have been used by the College of Education - Frazer Hall and William S. Taylor Building; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1930]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8A3174Aerial view of campus by Aerial Surveys of Pittsburgh, Inc., [1935]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9 inches.8A3175Aerial view showing McLean Stadium (Stoll Field), and Memorial Coliseum among other structures, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3176Aerial view of part of the University of Kentucky campus, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3177Aerial view of campus featuring "Fraternity Row"; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3178Aerial view of campus featuring Cooperstown; Photograph by Courier - Journal and Louisville Times, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3179Aerial view of campus; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3180Aerial view of campus, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3181The University of Kentucky had a rural look in 1957 when the South Farm was adjacent to the campus; Photograph by Courier - Journal and Louisville Times, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 148.8A3182Campus and Medical Center construction; Photograph by Courier - Journal and Louisville Times, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 159.8A3183Aerial view of campus, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3184Aerial view of part of the University of Kentucky campus in Winter; Labeled on photo are: the Heating Plant, Agriculture Research Construction, Ag Dean's Home, and Nicholasville Road, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3185Aerial view of campus, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3186This 1967 aerial shows the Patterson Office Tower construction, 1967b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 174.8A3187Aerial view of campus, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3188Aerial view of campus, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3189Aerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3189aAerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3190Aerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3191Aerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3192Aerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3192aAerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8A3192bAerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8A3192cAerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.8A3192dAerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 4.8A3192eAerial view of Patterson Office Tower and surrounding area, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 5.8B3193Aerial view of central University of Kentucky campus including Memorial Hall and the Chemistry/Physics Building; Photo used for the University of Kentucky: Now and Then book project, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 9 inches.8B3194Aerial view of campus showing the Gillis Building (foreground) and the Administration Building (background), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3195Aerial view of campus; Left foreground: Biological Sciences Building, Donovan and Haggin dormitories, and Fraternity Row, [1979]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3196Aerial view of campus from the Northwest, 1979, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Cannon8B3207A cannon near the Administration building with sunrise or sunset in background; This is in the 1920 Kentuckian on page 12, image 1; Photographer: White Studio, [1920]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3208A cannon in front of the Administration building; Photographer: Terry Warth, 1998Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Fountains8A3153Students talk at the fountain located in front of the Patterson Office Tower, [1970]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8A3154Boy plays with toy boat in the fountain, 1970, Augustb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8A3155A woman watches as a child plays with a toy boat in the fountain, 1970, Augustb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8B3209Fountain in front of Patterson Office Tower which was destroyed circa 1999; Administration Building (left) and White Hall Classroom Building (right) are also visible, [1969 - 1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3210Fountain in front of Patterson Office Tower which was destroyed circa 1999; Administration Building in the background, [1969 - 1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.General7F3044Scene of 1882 buildings on campus when Agriculture and Mechanical College moved from Woodland; First three buildings and smokestack; Left to right: President's house, White Hall Men's Dormitory, Smokestack, Administration/Main Building, [1882]b / w, 6 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 004.7F3045Campus scene, [1889]b / w, 7.5 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted onto cardboard.7F3046An ivy-covered University of Kentucky campus; Photographer: John Mitchell, 1890b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 012.7F3047Men sitting on the President's walk near the first men's dormitory "Old" White Hall building (on left); Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, [1890]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Glue on back.7F3048Men sitting on the President's walk near the first men's dormitory "Old" White Hall building (on left); Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, [1890]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3049Barker Hall, Buell Armory; White Hall, first men's dormitory; Main Building; roofline of Miller Hall; and Gillis Hall, [1897]b / w, 5 inches by 10 inches.7F3050Student canoes on a pond on the site of the present student center; Behind left to right are: Whitehall, Administration, and Gillis buildings, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3050aStudent canoes on a pond on the site of the present student center; Behind left to right are: Whitehall, Administration, and Gillis buildings, [1900]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 023; Duplicate.7F3051This photo of the State College of Kentucky in Lexington was taken in 1900; The building on the left is the Administration building and the one on the right is the Gillis building; The cupola on the Administration Building existed from 1897 - 1903; The street in front of the two buildings was Mulberry Street and is now Limestone Street; The lake in front was drained in approximately 1920; This photo was donated by John Winston Coleman, Jr., a member of the class of 1920, got his Bachelor's Degree in Medical Engineering and was a Gamma Iota of Sigma Nu , 1900b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7F3051This photo of the State College of Kentucky in Lexington was taken in 1900; The building on the left is the Administration building and the one on the right is the Gillis building; The cupola on the Administration Building existed from 1897 - 1903; The street in front of the two buildings was Mulberry Street and is now Limestone Street; The lake in front was drained in approximately 1920; This photo was presented 1940, July 22 by William Haag, 1900b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Duplicate 1; Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.7F3052Sue D. McCann, secretary to Professor Miller, reads in front of Frazee Hall (old Education) - Alumni Hall (Baker Hall/Buell Armory), [1900]b / w, 5 inches by 6.5 inches.7F3053Mules and carriage stand near "Old" White Hall building on a snowy day, [1900]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7F3054A view of campus from the entrance, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Tinted photograph pasted on cardboard.7F3055View of gymnasium from the lake, [1900]b / w, 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches.7F3056Four men stand beside a gazebo, [1900]Cyanotype; 6 inches by 8.5 inches.7F3057Campus scene; presented by Mr. Crutcher, [1904]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted onto cardboard.7F3058Boating on the lake beside Barker Hall was popular in the early part of the century, 1909b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.7F3059Panorama view of the State University of Kentucky, [1911]b / w, 3.5 inches by 11 inches.7F3060With no vending machines available, students patronized a variety of carts on campus, including this fruit cart at Neville Hall; The fruit cart vendor's name is Phil, [1911]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches. Visual File No. 46.7F3061Campus photo; From left to right: Gillis building; Administration building with the flat cupola (which existed 1903 - 1919) behind the Gillis building; "Old" White Hall; the heating plant in front of White Hall; Neville Hall with porch (Neville Hall was built in 1890 and was a dormitory at first and then had many uses , [1919]b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches. Very faded photo pasted onto cardboard.7F3062On the left is White Hall, the first men's dormitory; The building on the right is Mechanical Hall, Engineering; This image is in the 1920 Kentuckian on page 11, image 2, [1920]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches. White markings on photo pasted onto cardboard.7F3063University drive, [1920]b / w, 6 inches by 7.5 inches. White markings on photo pasted onto cardboard.7F3064A picture of Clifton Pond; Received 1987, October 23 from the papers of William R. Allen, [1922 - 1924]b / w, 3 inches by 5.5 inches.7F3065Agriculture building, [1925]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3066Flood of 1928 in Lexington, 1928b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7F3067Completed in 1924, Alumni Gym was flooded twice in 1928, damaging the post office and bookstore, which were located in the basement, 1928b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 82.7F3069A picture of the Administration Building; Photographer: W. Brooks Hamilton, the Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health at the University of Kentucky, [1937]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3070Buildings from left to right: McVey Hall, Mining Engineering Laboratory, Norwood Hall; Received 1959 June 13 from Cincinnati Enquirer , [1938]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3071Campus in front of Mechanical Hall, [1940]b / w, 2 inches by 3.5 inches.7F3072From left to right: Lafferty Hall, Margaret I. King Library, and Pence Hall, [1940]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7F3073Service Building fire at the University of Kentucky, [1944]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3074Service Building fire at the University of Kentucky, [1944]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3075Service Building fire at the University of Kentucky, [1944]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3076From left to right: Kinkead Hall (men's dorm), Breckinridge Hall (men's dorm), Biological Sciences Building; Received 1999 August 19 from Jeff Sheppard , [1948]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3077From left to right: Pence Hall (physics); Chemistry Annex; Kastle Hall (Chemistry); Biological Science building; McVey Hall (Math, English, Journalism, Radio Arts, and Station WBKY); Received 1999, August 19 from Jeff Sheppard, [1948]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3078From left to right: Quonset ROTC, Alumni Gymnasium, Student Union; Received 1999 August 19 from Jeff Sheppard , [1948]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3079From left to right: Student Union, Frazee Hall (History); Received 1999 August 19 from Jeff Sheppard , [1948]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3080Tobacco labs at the University of Kentucky, [1948]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3081Sidewalk, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3082McVey Hall; Photographer: John B. Kuiper, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3083Monument to the Lexington - Ohio Railroad located between Anderson Hall and College of Business and Economics; Donated by H. Bennett Faris, a retired railroad man and University trustee, [1950]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7F3084McLean Stadium, South Stands, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3085Students walking near the Student Union Building at the old main entrance to campus, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3086Students walking near the Student Union Building at the old main entrance to campus, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo torn and taped.7F3087Euclid Avenue, located between Rose and Limestone Streets between Memorial Coliseum and McLean Stadium, was renamed Avenue of Champions after the 1950 - 1951 athletic season, [1951]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 134.7F3088View across parking lot from Bradley Hall area, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3089View from the Architecture Building; The building on the left is the Journalism building and the one on the right is the Margaret I. King Library, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3089aView from the Architecture Building; The building on the left is the Journalism building and the one on the right is the Margaret I. King Library, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3090Mathews building, Memorial Hall, and Funkhouser buildings, [1954]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3091View of campus through the trees, [1954]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.7F3093Bob Hardy and Joanne Shelton talk between classes; Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1954, Marchb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3094Bob Hardy and Joanne Shelton, cheerleader, share a notebook; Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1954, Marchb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3095William Curlin (front, far left) and other students walk to and from classes, 1954, Springb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3096Funkhouser and Miller Hall, Main Building, Mechanical Hall, and the Patterson Statue [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet; Orange pencil marks.7F3097Students milling about in front of Memorial Coliseum; Photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file; Orange pencil marks.7F3098View of Memorial Coliseum from the Botanical Garden on a snow day, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3099Anderson Hall (Engineering building) on a snowy day; Received 1994, January 14 from Professor David Blythe, [1954]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.7F3100Linda Hurst with unidentified male student, 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3101Susan Haselden (right) and Linda Hurst (left), 1955, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Discoloring.7F3102Students walking to and from classes, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3103Students walk through the Botanical Gardens, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3104Students walking past Wendt machine shop; Photographer: Ben L. Williams, Jr., [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.7F3105Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3106Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3107Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3108Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3109James Cloud (left, foreground) walks with other students to and from classes, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3110Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3111Students walking to class; Tub Ternell (wearing white jacket) faces camera, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3112Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3113Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3114Students walking to class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7F3115Botanical garden steps leading to Lafferty Hall, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3116Students walking past the North side of the Administration Building, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Torn.8A3117Two women moving into Patterson Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3118Students walking to class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3119Students walking to class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3120Students walking past Margaret I. King Library, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3121Male and female student talking; In the background is McLean Stadium, which was located on Stoll Field, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3122Male and female student talking in front of Memorial Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3123Male and female student talking in front of Memorial Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3124Pat Nallinger talks to an unidentified male student, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3125Pat Nallinger, Alpha Gamma Delta sorority member and UK cheerleader talks to an unidentified male student who is a letterman on the steps of the Margaret I. King Library, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3126Pat Nallinger talks to an unidentified male student, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3127Students walking to class; Female student facing camera is Ann Hoggman, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3128Students walking to class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3129Students walking to class; Included are: Anna Hornsby, Sandra Stevens, Barbara Dawson, Carolyn Prince, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3130Students walking to class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3131Students walking to class; McVey Hall and Journalism building are on the left; Library, Pence Hall, and the temporary Chemistry building are on the right, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3132Two women walking, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3133Students walking, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3134A surgically restored tree on the University of Kentucky campus; Received 1959, June 13 from the Cincinnati Enquirer , [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3135Demolition under the bleachers at McLean Stadium, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3136Students walking to class during construction, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3137Staff members and workmen using epoxy resin glue to attach lateral roots of an ancient stone tree stump exhibited near the Classroom Building on the University of Kentucky campus, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3137aStaff members and workmen using epoxy resin glue to attach lateral roots of an ancient stone tree stump exhibited near the Classroom Building on the University of Kentucky campus, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8A3138Staff members and workmen using epoxy resin glue to attach lateral roots of an ancient stone tree stump exhibited near the Classroom Building on the University of Kentucky campus, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3139Memorial Hall after a snowfall, [1964]b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.8A3140Bicycles parked around the ancient tree stump in front of the White Hall Classroom Building, [1965]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.8A3141Graffiti wall that surrounded Patterson Office Tower and White Hall Classroom Building construction site next door to the Administration Building (seen in background), 1967b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 173; Duplicate.8A3142From left to right: White Hall building (razed 1967), Patterson House/Faculty Club, Carnegie Library (razed), [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Fixer stain.8A3143Construction of classroom and office complex with the Administration Building in the background, 1967, Julyb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3144Students socializing in front of the Student Center, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3145View of the Patterson Office Tower from the King Library, 1969, February 21b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.8A3146View of President Kirwan and students from the King Library, 1969, April 25b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.8A3147Students sitting under a tree in the Botanical Gardens on the University of Kentucky campus; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1969, Springb / w, 6 inches by 8.5 inches.8A3148Students rest and relax under trees on the University of Kentucky campus in between classes; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 131, image number 1, 1969, Springb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3149Students walk down the steps on the side of the Margaret I. King Library on a rainy evening, 1969, Winterb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3150Students walk down the steps on the side of the Margaret I. King Library on a rainy evening, 1969, Winterb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3151A female student walks to class in the rain; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 105, image number 1, 1969, Winterb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3152Students walk past the White Hall Classroom Building, [1970]Color Photo, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.8A3156The 1970s brought many changes to the campus, including more attention to the needs of those students with disabilities, [1970]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 195.8A3157Administration/Main Building (left) and Patterson Office Tower (right); Photographer: John Mitchell, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3158From left to right: Patterson Office Tower, Patterson statue, and Administration/Main Building; Photographer: John Mitchell, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3159Whitehall Classroom Building with Patterson Office Tower rising behind it, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3159aWhitehall Classroom Building with Patterson Office Tower rising behind it, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8A3160Whitehall Classroom Building with Patterson Office Tower rising behind it, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3160aWhitehall Classroom Building with Patterson Office Tower rising behind it, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8A3161A woman walking past the President's house towards the Margaret I. King Library, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3162This photo was taken from Maxwell Place during the Spring; On the left is the Margaret I. King Library and White Hall Classroom building and Patterson Office Tower can be seen in the background, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3162aThis photo was taken from Maxwell Place during the Spring; On the left is the Margaret I. King Library and White Hall Classroom building and Patterson Office Tower can be seen in the background, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8A3162bThis photo was taken from Maxwell Place during the Spring; On the left is the Margaret I. King Library and White Hall Classroom building and Patterson Office Tower can be seen in the background, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8A3162cThis photo was taken from Maxwell Place during the Spring; On the left is the Margaret I. King Library and White Hall Classroom building and Patterson Office Tower can be seen in the background, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.8A3163Students walking to class, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 198.8A3164Students walk along the side of Memorial Hall, [1977]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8A3165University of Kentucky campus at night, [1980]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8A3166Fall color near the Fine Arts Library as viewed from Lafferty Hall, [1981]Color Photo, 8 inches by 10 inches.8A3167Students walking on campus, 1988b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 245.8A3168Student walks in front of the Administration Building on a snowy day; the Gillis Building can be seen in the background; 1997 calendar picture; Photographer: Nigel Scott, [1996]Color Photo, 8 inches by 10 inches.336135University of Kentucky military training during World War I. A man in a canoe on the lake near the Administration building, [1918]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.446947An unidentified man is walking out of the Margaret I. King Library at night, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received by Public Relations in December of 1960.446948Three unidentified men walking past Margaret I. King Library, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches 477157Three unidentified students are seated under a tree, near Memorial Hall, during the fall, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.507376Two females, possibly students, are looking at a newspaper, [1972]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Patterson Statue7F3068Augustus Lukeman's statue of James K. Patterson is dedicated; It remained at its original site near the Administration Building and the Carnegie Library for thirty - four years until it was moved to its present location, west of the Patterson Office Tower, [1934]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 103; Red pencil marks.7F3092Patterson statue, south of "Old" White Hall building, [1954]b / w, 3 inches by 4.5 inches.8B3211A side view of the James K. Patterson statue near the Patterson Office Tower and the Administration Building; Buell Armory is in the background, 1996, December 13Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8B3212The James K. Patterson statue; Buildings in the background are: Patterson Office Tower (left), Miller Hall (center), and Administration Building (right); Photographer: Terry Warth, 1998Color Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.477158An unidentified man is walking past the James Patterson statue, near Patterson Office Tower and facing towards Administration Drive, undatedcolor, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.517456An unidentified little girl and her dog are standing on the Patterson Statue, [1948]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from Andrew Feight on April 17, 2001. It was transferred from 2001UA079.517457An unidentified little girl is sitting near the lap of the Patterson Statue and is staring at it, [1948]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from Andrew Feight on April 17, 2001. It was transferred from 2001UA079.Placement Bureau8B3213From left to right: Dr. Gary Edmondson and Charles Atcher, teacher candidate, [1955, November]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3214From left to right: Dr. Gary Edmondson and Charles Atcher, teacher candidate, [1955, November]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3215From left to right: Don Williams, a 1957 Commerce graduate; J. H. Barris, personnel manager for Shell Oil Co., Indianapolis, Indiana, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3216From left to right: Don Williams, a 1957 Commerce graduate; J. H. Barris, personnel manager for Shell Oil Co., Indianapolis, Indiana, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3217J. H. Barris, personnel manager for Shell Oil Co., Indianapolis, Indiana sits with a job candidate, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Student Orientation446949An orientation tour of the Margaret I. King Library, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.CollegesAgriculture 8B3218Two men stand in a greenhouse or conservatory operated by the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture in 1890; Donated 1948, July 29 by T. R. Bryant, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 9.5 inches. Visual File No. 013; Photo pasted on cardboard.8B3219Melville A. Scovell (third row, second from right, with glasses and mustache), [1890]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8B3220Melville A. Scovell (third row, second from right, with glasses and mustache), [1890]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8B3221Experimental crop of lettuce - Forcing House, [1897]b / w, 6.5 inches by 11 inches. Nollau Flexible Negatives and Prints.8B3222Students of Short Course in Agriculture; Included are: Fred Stubert Lloyd, Robert Murray Hagan, M. Raymond Burton, Ralph Dulton Karsner, John H. Richardson, J. T. Rigsby, Dr. James A. McKee, Frederic Larence Winstel; Received 1948, August 10 from Dr. Funkhouser's Office , [1907]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8B3223Card of College of Agriculture, Scovell Hall, [1910]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches.8B3224City emergency workers threshing wheat and bailing straw in Lexington, [1918]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Nollau Flexible Negatives and Prints.8B3225City emergency workers threshing wheat and bailing straw in Lexington, [1918]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches. Torn.8B3226Men in a field; Man standing on farthest left is Johnson Stokes, [1920 - 1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8B3227A man takes soil cores as a group watches, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3228Men amongst corn stalks, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3229Men working on a chassis for farm equipment, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3230Unidentified group of students; Donated by Leo Brauer of the Public Relations Division of the College of Agriculture, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3231Map of agricultural learning centers, field experiments, and research farms in Kentucky, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3232Farmer baling hay, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3233Men look onto a display of a "Pole Barn", [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3234Agricultural teacher honored with watch, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3235Carl Ernest Frederickson viewing a potted plant with an unidentified woman, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3236Two men inspect plants in a greenhouse, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3237Tobacco at Agricultural Experiment Station, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3238Tobacco , [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3239W. D. Valleau, the lecturer and Roy Beatty Smith, Jr. from Shelbyville standing on the wagon and wearing a checkered cap, viewing a tobacco field at the University of Kentucky Agronomy Field Day, Princeton Substation, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3240Receiving awards for meritorious service to agriculture during the recent annual extension workers' conference at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, are from left: James E. Humphrey, University of Kentucky field agent in poultry; Helen M. White, assistant state leader of home demonstration agents; Dorothy Threlkeld, field agent in home economics; and Samuel A. Portert, Campbell County agent; Awards were made by Epsilon Sigma Phi national honorary extension fraternity; Received 1959, June 13 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1954, December 20b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3241Foreign visitors standing outside of a Greyhound bus, 1955b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.8B3241aForeign visitors standing outside of a Greyhound bus, 1955b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.8B3242President Donovan greets foreign visitors attending 1955 Extension training meetings, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3243Agronomists taking cuttings from Kenland clover plants to be sent to California for more favorable growing conditions; Kenland is an improved clover variety developed in Kentucky; Received from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1956, April 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8B3244Agronomist taking cuttings from Kenland clover plants to be sent to California for more favorable growing conditions; Kenland is an improved clover variety developed in Kentucky; Received from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1956, April 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8B3245An instructor points at a "Realized Net Income" chart as students look on, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3246An instructor points at a "Realized Net Income" chart as students look on, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3247Professor Dwight Seath awards a student a check, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3248N. R. Elliot (left) and Dr. Roff S. Reich (right) with an unidentified woman, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3249One day Short Course in Landscaping; From left to right: Dr. Robert S. Reich, professor of Landscape Architecture, Louisiana State University; Mrs. James Pursefull, Pineville, president of the Garden Club of Kentucky, and President Dickey, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3250From left to right: Coach Robert W. Hicks, William Glenn Luce, Robert Bennett, Gene Cravens, Oliver Deaton, Bill Cisney, Russell Bingham, Robert Berry, Bob Garrigus, Charles Gray, and Bob Wade, 1957, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3251From left to right: William Glenn Luce, Robert Bennett, Gene Cravens, Oliver Deaton, Bill Cisney, Russell Bingham, Robert Berry, Bob Garrigus, Charles Gray, and Bob Wade, 1957, Decemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3252A student teacher in vocational agriculture works with a boy at the boy's home farm as a supervising teacher looks at his stripped tobacco crop, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3253T. R. Bryant (left) and H. F. Massey (right) stand with two men holding a book; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1958, September]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.8B3254Ann Jacobs, a University of Kentucky home economics student from Versailles, escorted this group over the campus at the Opportunity Day program; The students are from Lincoln, Gallatin, and Shelby Counties, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3255American Hereford Association Achievement Award awarded to, on front row (left to right): Coach Robert W. Hicks, Joe McCarty, Maurice Ham, and Randall Wood; Back Row (left to right): Doug Henshaw, David Wynn, Dean Wilmuth, George Brown, and Othal Shimfessel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3255aAmerican Hereford Association Achievement Award awarded to, on front row (left to right): Coach Robert W. Hicks, Joe McCarty, Maurice Ham, and Randall Wood; Back Row (left to right): Doug Henshaw, David Wynn, Dean Wilmuth, George Brown, and Othal Shimfessel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3255bAmerican Hereford Association Achievement Award awarded to, on front row (left to right): Coach Robert W. Hicks, Joe McCarty, Maurice Ham, and Randall Wood; Back Row (left to right): Doug Henshaw, David Wynn, Dean Wilmuth, George Brown, and Othal Shimfessel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3256American Hereford Association Achievement Award awarded to, on front row (left to right): Coach Robert W. Hicks, Joe McCarty, Maurice Ham, and Randall Wood; Back Row (left to right): Doug Henshaw, David Wynn, Dean Wilmuth, George Brown, and Othal Shimfessel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3257At the Agriculture annual awards banquet Jane Williams and John Huston, seated, won $300 grants from the Borden Company; Bob Rogers, standing at left, was presented the Ralston - Purina award, and Randall Wood, right, was given the $200 Jonas Weil Memorial, [1959]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches.8B3258Fly research with Dr. Rodriguez , [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3259Men stand around a car loaded with luggage, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3259aMen stand around a car loaded with luggage, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8B3260Student receives scholarship, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3261Men inspecting tomatoes; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Quick Transfer.8B3262Dr. Stanley Wall, associate dean of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics, and his secretary, Peggy McCarthy, sack up a bit of genuine Kentucky bluegrass soil for shipment to South Dakota State College at Brookings for use in Arbor Day ceremonies, 1960, Springb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3263Soil judging team with awards, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3264Men observing a wave machine, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3265Two students receiving checks from an official, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3266Meeting related to Agriculture, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3267Two men and a woman stand in a flower bed, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3268Members of the Agricultural - Home Economics Student Council, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3269Gamma Sigma Delta, agriculture honorary society at the University of Kentucky, annual honors ceremony at the Blue Ox restaurant; From left to right are: Burl St. Clair, who received the outstanding alumnus award; Don Jacobson, president; Michael Chaplin, sophomore academic award; James Jelligan, senior award; and John Ferguson, junior award; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.8B3270Discussing a residential landscape design model built by C. S. Buster and E. L. Westerfield are, from the left: Curtis Adams, London; Edward Donovan, Boone, Iowa; Lawrence Lose, Louisville; and Dr. J. W. Abernathie, assistant professor of horticulture and teacher of a class in landscape design, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3270aDiscussing a residential landscape design model built by C. S. Buster and E. L. Westerfield are, from the left: Curtis Adams, London; Edward Donovan, Boone, Iowa; Lawrence Lose, Louisville; and Dr. J. W. Abernathie, assistant professor of horticulture and teacher of a class in landscape design, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8B3270bDiscussing a residential landscape design model built by C. S. Buster and E. L. Westerfield are, from the left: Curtis Adams, London; Edward Donovan, Boone, Iowa; Lawrence Lose, Louisville; and Dr. J. W. Abernathie, assistant professor of horticulture and teacher of a class in landscape design, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8B3270cDiscussing a residential landscape design model built by C. S. Buster and E. L. Westerfield are, from the left: Curtis Adams, London; Edward Donovan, Boone, Iowa; Lawrence Lose, Louisville; and Dr. J. W. Abernathie, assistant professor of horticulture and teacher of a class in landscape design, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.8C3271Two women standing in front of Foster portrait, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3271aTwo women standing in front of Foster portrait, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8C3272Unidentified men standing, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3273Veterinary awards given, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3274Agriculture students honored, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3275Banking School, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3276An agronomy professor reads an experimental meter, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3277Horticulture students, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3277aHorticulture students, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3278Student conducting an experiment with petri dishes on table, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3279Plant pathology class, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517391Unidentified men are looking at meat in the meat processing division, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517393Technician, Charlie Potter, in a lab coat looking at laboratory equipment. Soil testing laboratory procedure improved, [1985]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517394Two unidentified men are looking at a machine / equipment used for agricultural engineering, undatedb / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517395A machine / equipment used for agricultural engineering, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517397An unidentified woman is using agricultural engineering technology, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517398An unidentified man is bailing tobacco, [1987]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517400An experiment station tobacco field, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517402Two unidentified men are looking at meat in the animal sciences department of meat processing, [1987]b / w, 5 inches by 5.5 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517404An unidentified man is looking at some meat in the Animal Sciences Department of Meat Processing, [1987]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517408An unidentified woman is conducting plant pathology research, [1987]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517409An unidentified woman is using a piece of equipment, [1987]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517410Two unidentified girls are with their 4-H exhibit in Harlan, KY, [1939]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517411Mules are pulling a tobacco wagon to the warehouse to sell, [1919]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517412W. D. Valleau, the lecturer and Roy Beatty Smith, Jr. from Shelbyville standing on the wagon and wearing a checkered cap, viewing a tobacco field at the University of Kentucky Agronomy Field Day, Princeton Substation, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517413An experiment station in the Robinson Forest area, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517414John Fritz is on his company farm, [1995]b / w, 5.5 inches by 8 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.537579Department of Horticulture: Rebecca "Betsy" Pennell, a student, is learning to arrange flowers with Professor Jack Buxton, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.537580Jack Buxton, Professor of Floriculture observing tropical foliage and flowering plants with Theresa Cunningham, a student, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.537581From the left: students Larry Correll and Mike Younger; and Dr. Richard Henley. Dr. Henley is teaching to evaluation of annual flower variety trials, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Agriculture - Animals, Miscellaneous (Poultry, Horses, Mules, Sheep)8C3280Kentucky State University students learning to judge horses, [1917]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches. Photo pasted onto cardboard.8C3281James Russell Jenness, Jr. with a mule, [1920]b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches.8C3282Man with mules in harness speaking with a group of men, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3283People standing alongside crates of chickens on a roadside, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3284Horse, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 9 inches.8C3285Horse, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3286Lady Walnut Hill, a chicken, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3287Lady Walnut Hill, a chicken; With heavy tinting, [1950]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.8C32881957 Poultry Team; From left to right: Carl Corbin, Leon Davis, Gene Holtzclaw get practice grading eggs, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3289Agronomy class; From left to right: Archie B. Gragg, David L. Ueltschi, Raymond A. Hayes, Dr. Harry H. Bailey, Warren R. Wilson, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3290Agronomy class; From left to right: Archie B. Gragg, David L. Ueltschi, Raymond A. Hayes, Dr. Harry H. Bailey, Warren R. Wilson, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3291Agronomy class; From left to right: Archie B. Gragg, David L. Ueltschi, Raymond A. Hayes, Dr. Harry H. Bailey, Warren R. Wilson, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3292Agricultural Poultry Judging; Robert G. Maddox and Eugene Spicer at left, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3293Agricultural Poultry Judging; Robert G. Maddox and Eugene Spicer at left, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3294Harold Barber, head sheep herdsman at the University of Kentucky's experiment farm, shows part of his prize flock to Larry Zimmerman (left) and Rodrick Wilson (center), both of Nancy, two of the high school seniors who attended the Opportunity Day program, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3295Harold Barber, head sheep herdsman at the University of Kentucky's experiment farm, shows part of his prize flock to Larry Zimmerman (left) and Rodrick Wilson (center), both of Nancy, two of the high school seniors who attended the Opportunity Day program, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3296Members of the University of Kentucky poultry judging team assure their coach, Thomas H. Johnson (right) assistant poultry husbandman, that this wooden rooster which serves as a bulletin board for the University of Kentucky Poultry Club members is in no way connected with the storybook character; From left to right: Jack Otis, Ashland; William Conder, Harrodsburg; Thomas J. Campbell, Nicholasville; and Johnson, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3297Three men and a woman holding a "Easter Time Turkey Time" banner, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3298Members of the Poultry Club preparing barbecue chicken, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3299Three men in a chicken coop, one is inspecting eggs, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C33011958 - 1959 Livestock Judging Team with a sheep , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C33021958 - 1959 Livestock Judging Team with a sheep , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517392Horses in a field, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.Agriculture - Cattle8C3300A composite of several images from the Agriculture department, one being of a Home Economics class, [1940]b / w, 4 inches by 4.5 inches.8C33031958 - 1959 Livestock Judging Team; Front Row (left to right): Bud Greedy, Randall Wood, Charles Watson, unidentified, Maurice Ham; Back Row (left to right): Joe McCarty, Doug Henshaw, David Wynn, Professor Robert Hicks , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C33041958 - 1959 Livestock Judging Team; Front Row (left to right): Bud Greedy, Randall Wood, Charles Watson, unidentified, Maurice Ham; Back Row (left to right): Joe McCarty, Doug Henshaw, David Wynn, Professor Robert Hicks , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3305A. B. Sawyer (center), president of the Kentucky Livestock Improvement Association, presents scholarship awards to two University of Kentucky agriculture students, Glenn Collins (left) of Dover, received a $200 grant and Mendal Howard (right), of Elkton, a $100 grant, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C33061962 Stock Judging Team, 1962b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.8C3306a1962 Stock Judging Team, 1962b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Duplicate 1.8C3306b1962 Stock Judging Team, 1962b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Duplicate 2.8C3307A dying cow near a sidewalk, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3308Dead cow being hoisted by a crane, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3309Five men and a woman (Carolyn East) inspecting a bull for Animal Husbandry, [1956]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8C3310Agricultural cattle show, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3310aAgricultural cattle show, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3311Men showing cattle in a parking lot at a farm, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8C3312A group of men showing cattle as a crowd watches; W. P. Garrious, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3313Beef cattle judging team at a fair exhibit; Left to right: unidentified, Maurice Ham, Joe McCarty, George Brown, unidentified, Robert W. Hicks, unidentified, Doug Henshaw, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3314Beef cattle judging team at a fair exhibit; Left to right: unidentified, Maurice Ham, Joe McCarty, George Brown, unidentified, Robert W. Hicks, unidentified, Doug Henshaw, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3315Beef cattle judging team at a fair exhibit; Left to right: unidentified, Maurice Ham, Joe McCarty, George Brown, unidentified, Robert W. Hicks, unidentified, Doug Henshaw, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3316Beef cattle judging team at a fair exhibit; Left to right: unidentified, Maurice Ham, Joe McCarty, George Brown, unidentified, Robert W. Hicks, unidentified, Doug Henshaw, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3317Members of the Meat Judging Team including Robert Bennett and Charles Gray (standing) and Robert Kemp (sitting), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3318A group of farmers viewing Angus cattle at the Coldstream Farm, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3319Man with a bull, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3320The University of Kentucky meat judging team receives final instructions from Dr. James D. Kemp (left), professor of animal husbandry and team coach, before departing for Kansas City and the American Royal Livestock Exposition; Team members are, from left to right: Robert Bush, and Cecil Bell, Jr., both of Georgetown; Kelly Thompson, Lexington; Jerry Milam, Lewisburg; and Larry Qualls, Nebo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8C3321The University of Kentucky meat judging team receives final instructions from Dr. James D. Kemp (left), professor of animal husbandry and team coach, before departing for Kansas City and the American Royal Livestock Exposition; Team members are, from left to right: Robert Bush, and Cecil Bell, Jr., both of Georgetown; Kelly Thompson, Lexington; Jerry Milam, Lewisburg; and Larry Qualls, Nebo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3322Stock Judging Class of farm boys at Munfordville, Kentucky, [1930]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.8C3323A cow, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 11.5 inches.8C3324Dairy Club; From left to right, Row 1: Kelly, Price, Kells, Russell, Brown, Browder, Ison, Goodpaster; Row 2: Professor F. Ely, Professor Barkman, Cowgill, Thompson, Stamper, Professor Morrison, Beers, Clore, Petters, Hardesty; Row 3: Hill, Carpenter, Hixon, Campbell, Barnett, Porter, Stapleton; Row 4: Hensley, Routen, Lewis, Colemann, Piper, Cobb; Row 5: Bryan, Phillips, Brandon, Marker, Wright; Row 6: Click, Reynolds, Colliver, Farris; This photo is in the 1941 Kentuckian on page 73 , [1941]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8C3325Men with trophies; Seated: Clyde Allen, Floyd Hall; Standing: Richie H. Lowe, J. Smith Mitchell, Archie Church, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3326Men with trophies; Seated: Clyde Allen, Floyd Hall; Standing: Richie H. Lowe, J. Smith Mitchell, Archie Church, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3327Winning Dairy Judging Team; From left to right: J. Smith Mitchell, unidentified, unidentified, Roy Gibson, Floyd Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8C3328Men with trophies; Seated: Clyde Allen, Floyd Hall; Standing: Richie H. Lowe, J. Smith Mitchell, Archie Church, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3329Woman kneeling beside a trophy-winning cow, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3330University of Kentucky Dairy Science Club breakfast, 1957, November 23b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8C3331Woman kneeling beside a trophy-winning cow, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3332Dairy scholarships being given, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3333University of Kentucky's Dairy Judging Team, which took first place in the International Contest at Chicago, is pictured here; Standing, left to right: Jackie Jessup, high individual judge at the meet; Robert Bradford; and Assistant Coach Robert Walton, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Reprints may be obtained in Journalism Building Room 214 Ex. 2476.8C3334Three men and a woman surrounding a cow, [1959]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8C3335Dairy team with trophies; Glen Goebee on right, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3336Dr. Frank J. Welch, dean of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and Home Economics (right), presented $100 a semester dairy scholarships to four of six University of Kentucky students awarded grants; From left to right: Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. T. R. Freeman, acting head of the dairy department; Charles Cornett, Manchester; and Ellis Green, Bridgeport, 1959, November 6b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3336aDr. Frank J. Welch, dean of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and Home Economics (right), presented $100 a semester dairy scholarships to four of six University of Kentucky students awarded grants; From left to right: Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. T. R. Freeman, acting head of the dairy department; Charles Cornett, Manchester; and Ellis Green, Bridgeport, 1959, November 6b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8C3336bDr. Frank J. Welch, dean of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and Home Economics (right), presented $100 a semester dairy scholarships to four of six University of Kentucky students awarded grants; From left to right: Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. T. R. Freeman, acting head of the dairy department; Charles Cornett, Manchester; and Ellis Green, Bridgeport, 1959, November 6b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8C3337Dairy majors at the University of Kentucky receive $100 scholarship checks from Dr. D. M. Seath, head of the University of Kentucky Dairy department; From left to right are: Dr. T. R. Freeman, Charles Cornett, Clay County; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. Seath; Ellis Green, Bridgeport; Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3337aDairy majors at the University of Kentucky receive $100 scholarship checks from Dr. D. M. Seath, head of the University of Kentucky Dairy department; From left to right are: Dr. T. R. Freeman, Charles Cornett, Clay County; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. Seath; Ellis Green, Bridgeport; Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8C3337bDairy majors at the University of Kentucky receive $100 scholarship checks from Dr. D. M. Seath, head of the University of Kentucky Dairy department; From left to right are: Dr. T. R. Freeman, Charles Cornett, Clay County; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. Seath; Ellis Green, Bridgeport; Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8C3337cDairy majors at the University of Kentucky receive $100 scholarship checks from Dr. D. M. Seath, head of the University of Kentucky Dairy department; From left to right are: Dr. T. R. Freeman, Charles Cornett, Clay County; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. Seath; Ellis Green, Bridgeport; Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.8C3337dDairy majors at the University of Kentucky receive $100 scholarship checks from Dr. D. M. Seath, head of the University of Kentucky Dairy department; From left to right are: Dr. T. R. Freeman, Charles Cornett, Clay County; Kenneth Whitis, Somerset; Dr. Seath; Ellis Green, Bridgeport; Kenneth Evans, Flemingsburg, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 4.8C3338Dr. D. M. Seath presenting Dairy Cattle Judging team award to Ellis Green, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3339Five University of Kentucky students in the Department of Dairy Science are given $100 scholarships from the dairy industry at a meeting in Lexington of industry representatives and college personnel; From left to right: Marshall Carpenter, manager of the Kentucky Artificial Breeding Association; Jerry Bruce, Bremen; Melvin Cox, Campbellsville; John Peters, Lily; Carl Shearer, president of the Dairy Products Association of Kentucky; E. A. Green, Bridgeport; and Berks Brown, Russellville, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3339aFive University of Kentucky students in the Department of Dairy Science are given $100 scholarships from the dairy industry at a meeting in Lexington of industry representatives and college personnel; From left to right: Marshall Carpenter, manager of the Kentucky Artificial Breeding Association; Jerry Bruce, Bremen; Melvin Cox, Campbellsville; John Peters, Lily; Carl Shearer, president of the Dairy Products Association of Kentucky; E. A. Green, Bridgeport; and Berks Brown, Russellville, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8C3339bFive University of Kentucky students in the Department of Dairy Science are given $100 scholarships from the dairy industry at a meeting in Lexington of industry representatives and college personnel; From left to right: Marshall Carpenter, manager of the Kentucky Artificial Breeding Association; Jerry Bruce, Bremen; Melvin Cox, Campbellsville; John Peters, Lily; Carl Shearer, president of the Dairy Products Association of Kentucky; E. A. Green, Bridgeport; and Berks Brown, Russellville, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8C3340Dairy scholarship winner Berks Brown, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3341Dr. Cotter (right) looks at a book with a Dairy student, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8C3342Dairy scholarship recipients; From left to right: Kenneth Evans, Robert Goodlett, Kenneth Whitis, Ralph Gillum, Aubrey Etherington, Dr. Frank J. Welch, Dr. Theodore R. Freeman, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8C3343Dairy Cattle Judging team with trophies, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Agriculture - Extension Services2B514Rows of Farmall tractors lined up, possibly outside the International Harvester plant in Milwaukee; Agricultural Experiment Station Information Department photo, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.6D2436Experimental station from Farm Field Day, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 153.8D3344Agricultural Economics students displaying cost of power sprayer used on the tractor for farm crops, [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3345Young boy describing his entry for the Tag on the Bag Contest; Image used at the 1951 State Fair, [1951]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8D3346Three women doing handicraft; Image used at the 1951 State Fair, [1951]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8D3347A woman teaching a class; Image used at the 1951 State Fair, [1951]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8D3348The Climax - State Style Show; Image used at the 1951 State Fair, [1951]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8D3349Kentucky 4 - H Club state officers; Image used at the 1951 State Fair, [1951]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8D33504 - H boys learning about soil conservation; Image used at the 1951 State Fair, [1951]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches.8D3351Members of an ensemble are preparing for the 1954 - 55 Music Festival , [1954 - 1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8D3352DuPont manual High School Chorus of 1954 - 55, in Louisville, Kentucky, is at a competition hosted by the University of Kentucky, [1955, January 5]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3353A group of farmers and homemakers viewing tomatoes at Horticulture Field Day, some of which were treated with a hormone which increases the size of tomatoes, reduces seeds, produces a fleshier fruit and tends to sweeten the flavor, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3354A man reads to three children from a pamphlet called "Why Go Broke . . .", [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 8 inches.8D3355Annual Turkey Day, 1960, February 23b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3356Livestock Field Day; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1965, April 7b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.8D3357Kentucky Youth Seminar Scholar winners; Kentucky Youth Seminar was sponsered by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service and the Kentucky Council of Cooperatives, [1985]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Came from 2003UA030 from Public Relations.436910The experimental farm at Kentucky State University, [1899]b / w, 7 inches by 8.5 inches. This photograph was donated by T. W. Scholtz.517396Orville Whitaker is noting soil type on an aerial photograph, 1963, August 27b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517399A tobacco bale press unit which is designed and used for an experimental tobacco packaging project, [1987]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517403An unidentified African American man is driving a tractor on UK experiment farm, undatedb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517405Unidentified men are stripping tobacco and putting the tobacco into hands in a Kentucky farm stripping room, [1969]b / w, 6 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517406An unidentified man is plowing a field using mules, [1937]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from accession 2005UA027.517407An African American Extension Agent is visiting in a home, [1966]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517415An African American Extension Agent is visiting in a home, [1966]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517417A view of a UK experiment farm. A greenhouse is visible with wash drying on a clothesline next to it, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.Architecture8D3361Two men chatting, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3361aTwo men chatting, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8D3362Samples of student work hold attention of University of Kentucky architecture faculty members who will participate the American Institute of Architects' Great Lakes regional meeting at the University of Kentucky and in downtown Lexington; From left to right: J. Quintin Biagi, Dr. James P. Noffsinger, Jasper D. Ward, and Donald Q. Wallace; All but Dr. Noffsinger are part - time instructors from central Kentucky architectural firms, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3362aSamples of student work hold attention of University of Kentucky architecture faculty members who will participate the American Institute of Architects' Great Lakes regional meeting at the University of Kentucky and in downtown Lexington; From left to right: J. Quintin Biagi, Dr. James P. Noffsinger, Jasper D. Ward, and Donald Q. Wallace; All but Dr. Noffsinger are part - time instructors from central Kentucky architectural firms, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8D3362bSamples of student work hold attention of University of Kentucky architecture faculty members who will participate the American Institute of Architects' Great Lakes regional meeting at the University of Kentucky and in downtown Lexington; From left to right: J. Quintin Biagi, Dr. James P. Noffsinger, Jasper D. Ward, and Donald Q. Wallace; All but Dr. Noffsinger are part - time instructors from central Kentucky architectural firms, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8D3363Members of the American Institute of Architecture Student Chapters, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3363aMembers of the American Institute of Architecture Student Chapters, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8D3364Journalists, architects, participating in a get together at Carnahan House preceding the opening of a journalism and architects conference at the University Of Kentucky; From left to right: John Schurko, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, member of the board of AIA and national public relations committee; Dick Battle, columnist, Nashville Banner, Nashville, Tennessee; Richard A. Miller, assistant dean, Columbia University School of Architecture, New York, New York; George McCue, art critic, St. Louis Post Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri; and Grady Clay, real estate editor, Louisville Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3365Architecture students outside Pence Hall; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 395, image number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3366Architecture students outside Pence Hall; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 395, image number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3367Architecture students outside Pence Hall; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 395, image number 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3368Architect's drawing of a door, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3368aArchitect's drawing of a door, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8D3368bArchitect's drawing of a door, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of8D3369Hines Cave exploring party camp; A. M. Miller at left; See page 130, figure 68, of Ancient Life in Kentucky, 1922b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.8D3370A man standing near a tank that has oil flowing into it, [1922]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3371A furnace south of Salt Lick, Kentucky, [1922]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3372Tacoma Sloan, a graduate student from Pineville, and Molly Thompson, wife of the University of Kentucky Museum of Anthropology curator, examine a piece of Hopi pottery , [1953, February 14]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3373Dr. Charles Snow and Tacoma Sloan, a graduate student from Pineville, inspect a femur; Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1953, December]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8D3374Tacoma Sloan, a graduate student from Pineville, and Molly Thompson, wife of the University of Kentucky Museum of Anthropology curator, examine a Hopi Kachina doll , [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3375Anthropological research at Barkley Dam; Part of the research took place in this cornfield , 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 154.8D3376A high school group visits the Archeology Museum, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3377"Personal Ornaments" display - pendants, necklaces, hairpins, earplugs, and beads, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3378Dr. Douglas Schwartz performs sand painting, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3379Three students examining bones, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3380Three students examining bones, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8D3381Dr. Charles Snow, physical anthropologist, with model skulls, busts, and artifacts, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Reprints may be obtained in Journalism Building Room 214 Ex. 2476.8D3382The skull collection of Professor Charles Snow, physical anthropologist, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3605Archeology students examining bones, 1961, Summerb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Donor Arthur M. Miller8D3383H. R. Marshall at the Breathitt County graveyard, [1900]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3384A party at the mouth of a cave while on an excursion to High Bridge, 1913, Octoberb / w, 3 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3385Oregon Bed at Lock Number 6, Kentucky River, Oregon, Kentucky, 1913, May 3b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches 8D3386Loading pigs onto Ohio River steamboat, [1913]b / w, 4 inches by 6 inches.8D3387Limestone rock in Taylor County, Kentucky, [1913]b / w, 3 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3388Men and women socializing, [1920]b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.8D3389Professor A. M. Miller, second from left, [1920]b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.8D3390Mount Savage Furnace; Photographer: C. E. Bates, 1922b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches 8D3391Mount Savage Furnace; Photographer: C. E. Bates, 1922b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches 8D3392Archeology trip to Natural Bridge, [1922]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3393Anthropology trip to Natural Bridge, [1922]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3394Archeology trip to Natural Bridge, [1922]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3395Archeology trip to Natural Bridge, [1922]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3396Archeology trip to Natural Bridge, [1922]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3397Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3398Chinn Calcutt Mine?, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 6 inches.8D3399North Flank of Kentucky River at Jackson, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3400North Flank of Auticline Caney Creek, Morgan County, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3401North fork of Kentucky River at the mouth of Frozen Creek, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3402Mill on Stacy Flank of Caney Morgan County, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3403North fork of Kentucky River at the mouth of Frozen Creek, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8D3404North fork of Kentucky River at the mouth of Frozen Creek, [1922]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Donor William S. Webb8D3405Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3406Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3407Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Dr. William S. Webb on right, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3408Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3409Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Laia Hanau leaning against tree, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3410Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Dr. William S. Webb on right, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3411Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3412Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb, 1950, June 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3413Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Dr. Webb in white shirt, 1950, July 19b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3414Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Dr. Webb in white shirt, 1950, July 19b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3415Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb, 1950, July 19b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3416Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Dr. William S. Webb behind Woodbury (front), 1950, July 19b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3417Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Dr. William S. Webb on right, 1950, July 19b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.8D3418Archeological work at the Dover Indian mound site near Lexington, Kentucky directed by William S. Webb; Natalie Woodbury pictured, 1950, July 15b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Eastern Kentucky Trip to Big Sandy River - Donor Arthur M. Miller8D3419Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Ink on cardboard.8D3420Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Typical landscape near Tollsburg, Lewis County, Kentucky upper soil formation, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "12".8D3421Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; "Orchard Knob", typical scenery in Lewis County, Kentucky waverly formation, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "13".8D3422Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Ripple marked Waverly SS Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "14".8D3423Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Ripple marked Waverly SS Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky. Stone burial mound, top of knob 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "15".8D3424Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; "No. 6" coal stain with "yellow kidney" are above R. R. Cut, Willard, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "16".8D3425Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Outcrop of the Hatcher Coal Seam, near School House Mouth of Mud Creek in Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "17".8D3426Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Typical landscape between Willard and Webbville, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "18".8D3427Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Typical landscape in the Blain Creek Valley, Blain, Lawrence County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "19".8D3428Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Old Mill Caney near Webbville, Lawrence County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "20".8D3429Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; School House, Caney Flank near Webbville, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "21".8D3430Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Johnson County School House, Abbots Mt. Johnson County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "22".8D3431Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; A Lawrence County School House eight miles from Blain, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "23".8D3432Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; School House on Mud Creek, Floyd County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "24".8D3433Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Trists Mill, Mouth of Beaver, Floyd County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "25".8D3434Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Two Elliot County girls, Little Flank of Little Sandy, Elliot County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "26".8D3435Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Boulder of Peridotite, Ison Creek, Elliot County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "27".8D3436Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Elliot County dikes, Ison's Mill - dike soil in the background, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "28".8D3437Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Elliot County dikes, typical soil made by decay of the trap, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "29".8D3438Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; No. 3 Coal Seam "Sigillaria Stump," Governor Lock, Louisa, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "30".8D3439Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Fossil coal vegetation, Governor's Lock exposure, Louisa, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "31".8D3440Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Coal Seam (probably no. 3), Governor Lock exposure, Louisa, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "32".8D3441Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Cabin - typical scene at Beaver Creek, Floyd County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "33".8D3442Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Typical Landscape, Breaks of the Sandy River, "Moonshiner", 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "34".8D3443Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Typical scene in Floyd County, Kentucky, Hozzow on Mud Creek, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "35".8D3444Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Home of Sam Mullins richest man in the "Breaks", 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "36".8D3445Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; The Breaks of Sandy "Tower Rock," Pike County, Kentucky, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "37".8D3446Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Two women on the porch of a house, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "38".8D3447Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; natural tunnel from within S.A. & O. Railroad in Scott County, Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "39".8D3448Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Mouth of cave from within Fincastle Road, Russell County, Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "40".8D3449Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Mouth of cave from Fincastle Road, Russell County, Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "41".8E3450Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Natural Tunnel S. A. & O. Railroad, Scott County, Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "42".8E3451Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Natural tunnel from with Railroad train going East S. A. & O. Railroad, Scott County, Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "43".8E3452Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; "What they call a pretty fair road in Scott County, Virginia.", 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "44"8E3453Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Mountain Road near Lick Creek, Pine Mountains, Virginia side, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Double - sided image; Image on front of cardboard labeled image "45".8E3454Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; North fork of Powell's River in Pennington's Gap, Virginia, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3455Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Four people at the opening of a cave, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3456Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Four people sitting at Natural Bridge, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3457Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Three people standing near Natural Bridge, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3458Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; Four people at Natural Bridge; A. M. Miller left?, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3459Eastern Kentucky trip on Big Sandy River and through the "Breaks" to Virginia; near Junction City; Miss Reynolds and Mr. Walters observe the contact between Dewman limestone and Ohio shale, 1895, June 17 - July 13b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3460Harper's Ferry Excursion, 1891, Aprilb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8E3461Harper's Ferry Excursion, 1891, Aprilb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8E3462Harper's Ferry Excursion, 1891, Aprilb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8E3463Harper's Ferry Excursion, 1891, Aprilb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8E3464Two women standing on railroad tracks on the Harper's Ferry Excursion, 1891, Aprilb / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.Arts and Sciences - Botany - Classes and Seminars9A3623Students sitting in a Botany laboratory; Donated 1948, July 29 by T. R. Bryant, [1898]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.9A3624Botany laboratory, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.9A3625Botany laboratory, [1900]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.Arts and Sciences - Chemistry, Department of 8E3465Laboratory, [1899]Cyanotype; 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.8E3466Women in a Chemistry laboratory, [1920]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 67.8E3467Charles Chapman, producer, in Chemistry lab; One of the scenes from the film "University of Kentucky...a place...a spirit," Photograph from the Courier - Journal and Louisville Times, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 126.8E3468Radioisotope proportional counter; From left to right: Dr. Lyle R. Dawson, head of the Department of Chemistry and new staff member Dr. Kurt Starks, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8E3469Setting up equipment for studying the effect of heat on certain molecules are Dr. John M. Patterson (center), assistant professor of Chemistry, and graduates Jay Brasch and Peter Drenchko of the University of Kentucky, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3470How once - living organisms are change into coal and petroleum is to be studied by the above group of University of Kentucky scientists; From left to right: Jay Brasch of New York; Dr. John M. Patterson, assistant professor of Chemistry at Kentucky; and Peter Drenchko, Belle Mead, New Jersey; Brasch and Drenchko are graduate assistants, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.8E3471Two male chemists, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3472Little - known liquids with high dissolving ability are being studied by Jerry Berger (left) and Joe Vaughn (right), graduate students at the University of Kentucky, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3473A man performing an experiment, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3474A man moving a hot beaker with tongs, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3475Men performing experiments, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3476Dr. Paul Sears, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3477Research equipment is inspected by Dr. Hartley C. Eckstrom (left), professor of Chemistry, and Dr. Lyle R. Dawson, head of the department, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3478Research equipment is inspected by Dr. Hartley C. Eckstrom (left), professor of Chemistry, and Dr. Lyle R. Dawson, head of the department, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3479Four men performing experiments, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3480Men performing experiments, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3481Chemistry lab class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3482Dr. Hartley Eckstrom and others inspecting equipment, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3483Dr. Hartley Eckstrom and others inspecting equipment, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3484Louis Edward Furlong received a Bachelor's of Science degree in Chemistry , [1963]b / w, 2.5 inches by 7 inches; IrregularFigure cut out.8E3485Dr. William Ehmann, University of Kentucky professor of Chemistry (standing), and his research associate Dr. John Morgan conduct tests on lunar samples in a glove box containing dry nitrogen, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 185.8E3486Dedication of the Franklin E. Tuttle conference room, 1990, April 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3487Dedication of the Franklin E. Tuttle conference room, 1990, April 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3488Dedication of the Franklin E. Tuttle conference room, 1990, April 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3489Dedication of the Franklin E. Tuttle conference room, 1990, April 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3490Dedication of the Franklin E. Tuttle conference room, 1990, April 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3491Dedication of the Franklin E. Tuttle conference room, 1990, April 25b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Classical Languages - Department of9A3626Students in a Classical Department class, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.Arts and Sciences - English, Department of 8E3492Actor David Carradine; Received from Professor William S. Ward, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3493Author - critic Ben Lucian Burman autographs the original manuscript of his novel, "Highwater at Catfish Bend," before donating it to the University of Kentucky's library; Standing by the Covington - born writer are Mrs. Burman and Dr. W. S. Ward, head of the University of Kentucky English Department; Received from Professor William S. Ward, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3494Author - critic Ben Lucian Burman autographs the original manuscript of his novel, "Highwater at Catfish Bend," before donating it to the University of Kentucky's library; Standing by the Covington - born writer are Mrs. Burman and Dr. W. S. Ward, head of the University of Kentucky English Department; Received from Professor William S. Ward, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3495Two men having a discussion; Received from Professor William S. Ward, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3496Professor Lee Pennington speaks to his students , [1966]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3497Professor Lee Pennington observes his students , [1966]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3498Professor Lee Pennington explains a diagram to his students, [1966]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3499Professor Lee Pennington attempts to inspire poetry in his students, [1966]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8E3500Professor Lee Pennington engages students in conversation, [1978]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Foreign Languages, Department of 8E3501Mrs. Weldon Shouse, president of the Lexington Junior League, and Dr. J. E. Hernandez, associate professor of Spanish, give language instructions for children via recordings in an experimental foreign language lab donated by the Junior League , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3502From left to right: President Frank G. Dickey, Professor A. E. Bigge, and an unidentified man, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8E3503Tony Houston (center) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3504Tony Houston (center) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3505Tony Houston (center) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3506Tony Houston (center) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3507Tony Houston (left) judges two female students at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3508Tony Houston (left) judges two female students at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3509Tony Houston (left) judges two female students at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3510Tony Houston (left) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3511Tony Houston (left) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3512Tony Houston (left) judges at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3513Tony Houston (left) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3514Tony Houston (left) judges at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3515Tony Houston (left) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3516Tony Houston (left) judges a female student at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3517Tony Houston (left) judges female students at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3518Students performing at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3519Students being judged while performing at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3520Students being judged while performing at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3521Students performing at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3522Students performing at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3523Pat Lake (far left) at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.8E3524Students at the Foreign Language Festival, which was held in the Student Center on the University of Kentucky campus , 1988, MayColor Photo, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Arts and Sciences - General 8E3525Arts and Sciences Committee; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 102, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Geography, Department of 8F3526Dr. Thomas Field, associate professor of Geography and David du Biel, Geography student, examining maps, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3527Test supervisors including Philip Phillips (right), [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Geology, Department of 8F3528A lecture room for Geology students, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8F3529A fossil; Photographer: A. M. Miller, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8F3530A geology classroom, [1900]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8F3531Men in front of the Natural Science building; From left to right, Row 1: Ben Ploch, E. Boyne Wood, John Walsh, Jack Blirdt; Row 2: Samuel Stith, Dan J. Jones, David Young, Everett O'Connell, Joseph Wetherill, A. C. McFarlan, A. Edwin Pettit, ? White, Arnold C. Mason; This image is in the 1941 Kentuckian on page 98, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3532This campsite in 1951 was located in a ravine near Crested Butte, 1951b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3533Geological group atop a snowy mountain in Colorado, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3534Tents at a campsite in Colorado where students are participating in a Summer Geology course, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3535Emerald Lake, located near Crested Butte in Colorado's Gunnison County, a scenic spot for University of Kentucky Geology students making the annual journey, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3536Man examines a rock cliff, 1952b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8F3537A woman examining rock samples, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3538William Randal Duppes (left), a University of Kentucky senior from Louisville, sees a collection of maps and curios shown by the owner, Dwight Tenney, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3538aWilliam Randal Duppes (left), a University of Kentucky senior from Louisville, sees a collection of maps and curios shown by the owner, Dwight Tenney, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8F3539Looking over a section map similar to what they will produce en masse for the entire state are, from left to right: A. D. Zapp, United States geologist in charge; E. R. Branson, aerial geologist for Kentucky Geological Survey; Dr. C. A. Anderson, chief geologist of the U. S. Geological Survey; and Dr. Wallace Hagen, director and state geologist of the Kentucky Geological Survey, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3539aLooking over a section map similar to what they will produce en masse for the entire state are, from left to right: A. D. Zapp, United States geologist in charge; E. R. Branson, aerial geologist for Kentucky Geological Survey; Dr. C. A. Anderson, chief geologist of the U. S. Geological Survey; and Dr. Wallace Hagen, director and state geologist of the Kentucky Geological Survey, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8F3540Man examines cylindrical objects, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - History, Department of 8F3541Dr. Shelby McCloy and Dr. Morton England look at a map of Europe, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.8F3542African - American History class; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 183, picture number 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3543African American History; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 183, picture number 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.527553Dr. Thomas D. Clark at William Baker's grave at the mouth of Gabriel, Right Fork of Buffalo, Owsley County, Kentucky, 1993, December 1color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2006UA012.527554Dr. Thomas D. Clark is reading at William Baker's grave at the mouth of Gabriel, Right Fork of Buffalo, Owsley County, Kentucky, 1993, December 1color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2006UA012.527555From the left: Jess Wilson; Dr. Thomas Clark; Stanley Deizarn; A. B. Couch, Postmaster at Mistletoe; and Dennie Campbell. They are at William Baker's grave at the mouth of Gabriel, Right Fork of Buffalo, Owsley County, Kentucky, 1993, December 1color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2006UA012.527556From the left: Dennie Campbell, Dr. Thomas D. Clark, Stanley Deizarn, and an unidentified man at a grave site. See pages 156 - 158 of "The Sugar Pond and the Fritter Tree.", 1993, December 1color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2006UA012.527557From the left: Dennie Campbell, Dr. Thomas D. Clark, and Jess Wilson at a grave site, 1993, December 1color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2006UA012.527558From the left: Dr. Thomas D. Clark, an unidentified man, and A. B. Couch, Postmaster at Mistletoe, 1993, December 1color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was transferred from 2006UA012.Arts and Sciences - Mathematics, Department of8F3544Academy students; Some of the same individuals seem to be in the Sophomore class picture in the 1908 Kentuckian, 1905b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.8F3545Guy Smith's laboratory at the University of Kentucky; Smith was an instructor in the Mathematics department; From the Guy Smith collection, 1990UA026, received in the Spring of 1990, [1930]b / w, 3 inches by 4 inches.8F3546Pi Mu Epsilon Picnic; From left to right: Ragland (facing front), Eaves, Miss Mary Hester Cooper, Pence (in background), Snyder, Downing, Boyd?, Unidentified, [1942]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3547Pi Mu Epsilon Picnic; From left to right: Cooper (in background), Eaves, Brown, Snyder, and Downing; Photographer: Dr. Claiborne G. Latimer, [1942]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Fixer stain, green ink stain.8F3548From left to right: Dr. J. C. Eaves, Dr. V. F. Cowling, and Dr. A. W. Goodman, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8F3549Dr. V. F. Cowling (left) is directing a research contract awarded to the University of Kentucky Department of Mathematics by the National Science Foundation; Also pictured is Joseph B. Cornelison of Berea, a graduate student at the University, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3550Joseph B. Cornelison (left), and Dr. V. F. Cowling (right), [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3551Dr. V. F. Cowling and Dr. J. C. Eaves working on a Math problem at the blackboard, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3552Dr. V. F. Cowling and Dr. J. C. Eaves working on a Math problem at the blackboard, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3553Dr. V. F. Cowling and Dr. J. C. Eaves working on a Math problem at the blackboard, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3554Among 22 Kentucky high school teachers attending a University of Kentucky Summer seminar in Mathematics at Lexington are, seated from left: John W. Smith, Fern Creek High; Pauline Sims, Southern High; Theresa B. Metcalf, Jackson Junior High; and Jewel Rabb, Central High; Each received a $100 Haggin grant to attend the seminar directed by Dr. Sallie Pence (standing), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F3555Communi - K MathExcel teaching assistant Pat Ward, standing, helps students Kim Carter (left) and Brandon Kessinger, [1992]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.8F3555aCommuni - K MathExcel teaching assistant Pat Ward, standing, helps students Kim Carter (left) and Brandon Kessinger, [1992]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Arts and Sciences - Physics and Astronomy, Department of 8F3556Members of Sigma Pi Sigma, the honorary Physics fraternity; Row 1: Ramsey, Padgett, Hahn, Steedly; Row 2: Pauls, Todd, Penna, Navarre, Robertson; Row 3: Mahan, Koppius, Mayes, Owens, Bowen; Row 4: Cochran, Nelson, Collins, Adams, Flanary, Proctor; Photographer: Lafayette Studio; This image is in the 1941 Kentuckian on page 99, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative in the Audio Visual Copy Negative file.8F3557Members of Sigma Pi Sigma, the honorary Physics fraternity; Row 1: Ramsey, Padgett, Hahn, Steedly; Row 2: Pauls, Todd, Penna, Navarre, Robertson; Row 3: Mahan, Koppius, Mayes, Owens, Bowen; Row 4: Cochran, Nelson, Collins, Adams, Flanary, Proctor; Photographer: Lafayette Studio; This image is in the 1941 Kentuckian on page 99, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3558Dr. O. T. Koppins, Physics Department, with students performing a physics experiment, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3559Physics junior Robert S. Deskins stands beside the University of Kentucky's 20 - channel differential pulse - height analyzer to be used in a research project awarded to the Physics Department by the Atomic Energy Commission, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8F 3560Two Physics students working a lab, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3561Men conducting a Physics experiment, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3562Men conducting a Physics experiment, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3563Students sitting on the steps of Pence Hall, the Physics Building; This image is in the 1957 Kentuckian, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3564From left to right: Gunter Brunhart, Liechtenstein, a research assistant in Physics; Dr. J. G. Dardis, Dublin, Ireland; Fr. Benard D. Kern, associate professor of Physics, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3565Students conducting a Physics experiment in the lab, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3566John W. Boring (right) with others, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3567John W. Boring (right) with others, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3568John W. Boring (right) with others, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3569A group conducting a Physics experiment, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3570A group conducting a Physics experiment, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3571Physics students conducting an in - class experiment, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3572Dr. Becker (left) and Gunter Brunhart of Liechtenstein examine a book, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3573From left to right: Professor Lee W. Gildart; Thomas E. Johnson, Jr., student; Photo in 1958, June 26 Lexington Herald - Leader on page 20, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3574From left to right: Professor Lee W. Gildart; Thomas E. Johnson, Jr., student, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3575A group of men discuss a problem, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3576Men assembling a machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3577Men assembling a machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3578Men assembling a machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3579Men assembling a machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3580Men assembling a machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3581Two men conducting a Physics experiment, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3582Two men conducting a Physics experiment, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3583Men adjusting machine dials, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3584Men adjusting machine dials, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3585Man adjusts machine dials, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3586Two men conducting a Physics experiment, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3587Two men conducting a Physics experiment, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.8F 3588Men observing a machine, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3588aMen observing a machine, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.8F 3588bMen observing a machine, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.8F 3589Officials from the Atlantic Energy Commission, University of Maryland, Florida State University, and scientists and field representatives from Air Products Corporation inspect high energy physics research equipment and facilities at the University of Kentucky which were studied for duplication at a AEC research facility near Chicago, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3590Men at a high energy Physics lab, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Physiology, Department of 8F 3591At left are Doris Hanna, nurse; and Dr. R. S. Allen, head of the department of physiology; Seated at right is Jack Mohney, instructor, and James William Archdeacon, Lexington, graduate assistant, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3592Sterling DuVall (left), and Beverly Broadbent (right), member of Staff Information, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3593Physiology laboratory, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.8F 3594A Braille study, sitting from left: Samuel Ashcroft, Printing House; Doris Ethington, University of Kentucky; Standing from left: Ernest Meyers, University of Kentucky; Virgil Zickel, Printing House, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.8F 3595A Braille study, sitting from left: Samuel Ashcroft, Printing House; Doris Ethington, University of Kentucky; Standing from left: Ernest Meyers, University of Kentucky; Virgil Zickel, Printing House, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Political Sciences, Department of 8F 3596Men keep tabs during the 1968 Presidential election on Election Night in the computer room; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 75, picture number 2, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Psychology, Department of 9A3597Sense perception testing, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3598Discussing a clinical psychology internship are Dr. Frank M. Gaines (seated), commissioner in the Department of Health, and standing from the left, Dr. James S. Calvin, head of the University of Kentucky Department of Psychology; Dr. Kenneth Purcell, director of the clinical psychological training program in Kentucky; and Dr. Logan Gragg, superintendent at Eastern State Hospital, Lexington, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3599Discussing a clinical psychology internship are Dr. Frank M. Gaines (seated), commissioner in the Department of Health, and standing from the left, Dr. James S. Calvin, head of the University of Kentucky Department of Psychology; Dr. Kenneth Purcell, director of the clinical psychological training program in Kentucky; and Dr. Logan Gragg, superintendent at Eastern State Hospital, Lexington, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3600Psychology trainees, [1956]b / w, 6 inches by 9.5 inches.Arts and Sciences - Sociology, Department of 9A3601University research professors Moshe Elitzer, Astronomy / Physics (left), and Dwight Billings, Sociology (right), [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of 9A3602A Zoology classroom; This photo was donated 1948, August 10 from Dr. Funkhouser's office , [1900]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.9A3603Dr. John Carpenter (seated) and two unidentified men in a Zoology lab, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3604Dr. Roger William Babour, professor of Zoology, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3606Dr. John E. Wallwork looking through a microscope, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3607Dr. John E. Wallwork looking through a microscope, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3608Men counting in a Zoology lab, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of - Indonesia Project (Bogor and Bandung) 9A3609Clifford R. Keizer (right), professor of Chemistry, looks on as two graduate students operate one of the University of Indonesia's chemical laboratory x - ray machines; The students are Miss Mansdjoeriah (left) and Mr. Oei Djiong Gie; Professor Keizer was one of 16 American technicians working at the University of Indonesia's Technical and Science Faculties (colleges) in Bandung under an ICA financed contract with the University of Kentucky, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3610Clifford R. Keizer (center), professor of Chemistry, shows University of Indonesia graduate students, Miss Mandjoeriah and Isrijn Noerdin how to operate an infra - red spectrometer; The students are Miss Mansdjoeriah (left) and Mr. Oei Djiong Gie; Professor Keizer was one of 16 American technicians working at the University of Indonesia's Technical and Science Faculties (colleges) in Bandung under an ICA financed contract with the University of Kentucky, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3611A group observes the preparation of swine feed, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3612A group being served refreshments by Mrs. Wheeler and her studying Home Economics at the Wheeler's house, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3613William W. Wichman (wearing glasses), associate professor of Architecture, helping the editorial board plan the next edition of the University of Indonesia's student Architecture magazine; Professor Keizer was one of 16 American technicians working at the University of Indonesia's Technical and Science Faculties (colleges) in Bandung under an ICA financed contract with the University of Kentucky, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3614William W. Wichman (wearing glasses), associate professor of Architecture, helping the editorial board plan the next edition of the University of Indonesia's student Architecture magazine; Professor Keizer was one of 16 American technicians working at the University of Indonesia's Technical and Science Faculties (colleges) in Bandung under an ICA financed contract with the University of Kentucky, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3615Men involved in Zoology department Indonesia Project , undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3616People involved in Zoology department Indonesia Project , undatedb / w, n. d. 9A3617Men involved in Zoology department Indonesia Project , undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3618Roger W. Barbour (right), associate professor of Zoology, helps Karl P. Liem, University of Indonesia graduate student, dissect a tropical eel; Professor Barbour was one of 16 American technicians working at the University of Indonesia's Technical and Science Faculties (colleges) in Bandung under an ICA financed contract with the University of Kentucky, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3619Charles N. Loar (right), associate professor of Electrical Engineering, supervising an experiment in the University of Indonesia's Electrical Engineering laboratory; Professor Loar was one of 16 American technicians working at the University of Indonesia's Technical and Science Faculties (colleges) in Bandung under an ICA financed contract with the University of Kentucky, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3620Book presentation ceremony to the Engineering Society; Professor Ellwood M. Hammaker stands; Photographer: Press Photo Service - Preanger Studio, undatedb / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.9A3621Book presentation ceremony to the Engineering Society; Professor Ellwood M. Hammaker stands; Photographer: Press Photo Service - Preanger Studio, undatedb / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.245506Dr. and Mrs. John Katili, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of - Zoological Museum9A3622A photo of a skeleton of a horse; This photo was given to Professor Gillis as a first offering for his material on the history of the University of Kentucky Zoological Museum; This photo was from Professor W. R. Allen, Department of Zoology at the University of Kentucky, 1952b / w, 7 inches by 8.5 inches.Commerce, College of (Business and Economics, College of) 9A 3627From left to right: Paul Blazer, Toni Ballentine, and former Governor Keen Johnson, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3628A professor in a classroom, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3629Commerce Advertising; Professor R. D. McIntyre (center), 1954b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3630Professor James W. Martin (seated), [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3631Professor James W. Martin (seated), [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3632Women in a typing class, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3633Women in a typing class, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3634Professor R. D. McIntyre (in front of car), [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3635Professor R. D. McIntyre and his class, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3636Women in a typing class; Willa Tussey, left front, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3637Women in a typing class; Willa Tussey, left front, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3638Economics Education Workshop; Reviewing an evaluation report just published are (from left): Dr. H. W. Hargreaves, University of Kentucky; Dr. W. J. Moore, Eastern Kentucky State College; and Dr. Carl E. Abner, University of Louisville; Photographer: Boyd Keenan, 1955, Julyb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3639Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys and her typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3640Ann Carol Buchols (front right) in Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3641Ann Carol Buchols (front right) in Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3642Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys and her typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3643Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys and her typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3644Helen Shuck (back turned) in a typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3645Helen Shuck (back turned on left) in a typing class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3646A class of women learning to use adding machines; Helen Shuck, Kathy Stafford, unidentified, and Ann Shirley (back), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3647A class of women learning to use adding machines; Helen Shuck, Kathy Stafford, unidentified, and Ann Shirley (back), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3648From left to right: R. D. McIntyre, Russell, Scofield, W. Farra, McDowell, Ed Moores, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3649Society for the Advancement of Management, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3650Women working on machines, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3651Women working on machines, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A3652Women working on machines, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3653Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys and her typing class; Belinda Clark (front row next to wall), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3654Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys and her typing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3655Professor Margaret Bell Humphreys and her typing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3656A business machines class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3657A business machines class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3658A business machines class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3659A business machines class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3660A business machines class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3661A class including Anne Haine (center) and Jay Paxton (seated), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3662A class including Anne Haine (center) and Jay Paxton (seated), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3663A professor with students in a typing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3664A professor with students in a typing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3665A professor with students in a typing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3666A professor with students in a typing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3667Women using the keypunch machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3668A class including Kenny Robertson (striped shirt) and Bobby Claire (blonde, near back), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3669Two men look at an "electronic computer", [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3670Dr. John W. Hamblen (left), director of the University Computing Center; shows Dr. Leo M. Chamberlain (center), University of Kentucky vice - president; and Dr. Frank G. Dickey, University president, how the calculations of the computer are translated by the accounting machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3671Dr. John W. Hamblen (left), director of the University Computing Center; shows Dr. Leo M. Chamberlain (center), University of Kentucky vice - president; and Dr. Frank G. Dickey, University president, how the calculations of the computer are translated by the accounting machine, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3672President Frank Dickey (right) and two unidentified men look at an "electronic computer", [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3673Planning Summer institutes for Kentucky officials at the University of Kentucky are seated: Edward Hahn, Fayette County chief deputy sheriff, and representing the Kentucky Sheriffs Association; Mary Louise Faust, Kentucky State Auditor; Standing are Johnny West, Frankfort, Kentucky Jailers Association; and Professor Robert Haun, University professor of accounting, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3674Two men access a computer, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3675The workings of the University of Kentucky's Computing Center at Lexington are explained by Dr. Silvio Navarro (left), assistant director, to a group from the University of Tennessee and the International Business Machines Corporation; From left are Dr. Dale Wantling, University of Tennessee; Dave McKinney; and Dr. J. B. Cornelison, both of I. B. M.; and University of Tennessee's Harold Read and Dr. W. H. Fletcher, 1959, November 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3675aThe workings of the University of Kentucky's Computing Center at Lexington are explained by Dr. Silvio Navarro (left), assistant director, to a group from the University of Tennessee and the International Business Machines Corporation; From left are Dr. Dale Wantling, University of Tennessee; Dave McKinney; and Dr. J. B. Cornelison, both of I. B. M.; and University of Tennessee's Harold Read and Dr. W. H. Fletcher, 1959, November 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9A 3676The workings of the University of Kentucky's Computing Center at Lexington are explained by Dr. Silvio Navarro (left), assistant director, to a group from the University of Tennessee and the International Business Machines Corporation; From left are Dr. Dale Wantling, University of Tennessee; Dave McKinney; and Dr. J. B. Cornelison, both of I. B. M.; and University of Tennessee's Harold Read and Dr. W. H. Fletcher, 1959, November 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.9A 3676aThe workings of the University of Kentucky's Computing Center at Lexington are explained by Dr. Silvio Navarro (left), assistant director, to a group from the University of Tennessee and the International Business Machines Corporation; From left are Dr. Dale Wantling, University of Tennessee; Dave McKinney; and Dr. J. B. Cornelison, both of I. B. M.; and University of Tennessee's Harold Read and Dr. W. H. Fletcher, 1959, November 15b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9A 3677Carol Lotz (left), machine room supervisor of the University of Kentucky computing center; and Dr. John W. Hamblen (right), director of the center, discuss the latest trends in their field with Dr. John W. Carr III, director of a similar operation at the University of North Carolina, 1959, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3678Some of the program principals of the 11th College of Business Management Institution held at the University of Kentucky, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3679Joseph Massey and his Commerce class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3680Joseph Massey and his Commerce class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.9A 3681Margaret B. Humphries and her shorthand class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3682Margaret B. Humphries and her shorthand class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3683Three men looking at a I. B. M. computer, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3683aThree men looking at a I. B. M. computer, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9A 3684A class learning to use adding machines, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3685A professor with students in a typing class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange and red pencil marks; Bad print.9A 3686A Commerce class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.9A 3687A Marketing class, [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches; IrregularPart of a proof sheet.9A 3688From left to right: Nancy McClure, Dr. Merrill Devoe, John Chewning, and Mary Bartlett in a Marketing class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.9A 3689Winners of Future Retailing Contest , 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3690A business class including Chip Rice (background center) and Jim Voghs (no tie, center), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.9A 3691A business class including Chip Rice (background center), Jim Voghs (no tie), and Shirley Goodwin (backseat right) , [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.9A 3692Computing center, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3693A $500 Commerce award is given to J. Hoover Orbono?; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3694Women using business machines, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3695Economics faculty, from left to right: unidentified, Beals, Carter, Carpenter, 2 unidentified, and McIntyre, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.366371Unidentified men viewing an IBM server, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo received by Public Relations in February 1960.Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of9A 3696The press room; Donated 1952, January 1 by Dr. Plummer; Photographer: Lafayette Studio, 1939b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3697Beth Bicknell, daughter of the first Linotype operator - editor of the student newspaper, paid her respects to "Old No. 14" along with Don Torvles, son of the Managing Editor of the newspaper in 1924 - 1925; Bicknell's father, Dwight Bicknell, is now director of the public relations for a Cincinnati advertising agency, after many years of newspaper service, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3698Martha Yates (Mrs. Guy A. Battle, Jr.), became the eighth female editor of The Kernel in the early post - war years; To her right is Edward Swift, a student and veteran; Dr. N. B. McMillian, who earned his Ph.D. while working in the plant and teaching part time in the School of Journalism; and Jack Sorrelle, a veteran bomber pilot on leave from the Cincinnati Post as a reservist in the air corps; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3699Student journalists providing teletype news services; Photographer: Thomas V. Miller, Jr., [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Publication prohibited; Authority to publish or copy must be obtained from Courier - Journal and T Management.9B3700Helen Deiso, editor, checks the Kentucky Kernel with the head pressman, Karl Davis, in the old printing plant, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3701Fred Wachs, representing the Kentucky Press Association, presents a check to President Herman Lee Donovan and Dr. Niel Plummer; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, [1949]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3702A corner of the pressroom, [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3703Reflecting the pride and sense of ownership in the new building and its press, a group of 1951 seniors demanded that they have a class in their uncompleted building before graduation; Settled on the floor of a classroom they listened to a lecture by Dr. Niel Plummer, director of the School of Journalism; Presented to the Bureau of Source Materials by Dr. Plummer, [1951]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3704Students working on the Kernel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3705Students working on the Kernel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3706Students working on the Kernel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3708John Mitchell, photographer hired by the University to aid in production of pictures in the Kernel, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3709University of Kentucky Pre - Journalism scholarship recipients checking over a current edition of the University of Kentucky student newspaper, "The Kentucky Kernel," are three coeds who were rewarded $100 pre - journalism scholarships during their second semester in school; From left to right: Kyra Hackley, Louisville; and Beverly Cardwell, Morgantown, who were given Lexington Herald - Leader Co. scholarships, and Michelle Fearing, Ashland; winner of the Ashland Independent scholarship, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3710Newton Spencer, Warren Wheat, and Rex Bailey watch Raymond Dora, Mechanical Supervisor of Kernel wrestle with the problem of getting a block of type into a tight spot in a page form, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3711Warren Wheat (second from left) and Professor Niel Plummer (second from right) with others in the Printing room of the Journalism Building, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3712Student from the College of Journalism, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3713Women hold a sign reading "High School Press Clinic 1961 University of Kentucky", 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3714Journalism Short Course on "Use of Newspaper in Classroom; " Clay Saylor second from right, [1961, Fall]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3714aJournalism Short Course on "Use of Newspaper in Classroom; " Clay Saylor second from right, [1961, Fall]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9B3715From left to right: Walter Grant and William Grant, of Winchester; Walter took over brother Bill's post as editor of the Kentucky Kernel, 1965b / w, 7.5 inches by 9 inches.9B3716Journalism Short Course in "Use of Newspaper in Classroom;" Theodore (Ted) Kuster (standing, center), editor in chief for the Kentuckian, is looking at a piece of paper along with four other unidentified people, [1961, Fall]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3717Women standing in line and paying a fee for the Kentuckian yearbook, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3718Ed Clements shows off a display of the 1961 Kentuckian, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3718aEd Clements shows off a display of the 1961 Kentuckian, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9B 3719Members of the yearbook staff; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 394, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3720Larry Kielkoph, photographer for the Kentuckian, seated in a tree; This photo is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 444, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3721Kentuckian staff member; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 445, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3722Kentuckian staff member; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 444, image 3, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3723Kentuckian staff members talking in an office; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 444, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3724Kentuckian staff member; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian page 445, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3725Kentuckian staff member; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian page 445, image 4, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3726Bindery workers binding the Kentucky Kernel, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3727Man stands near the press machine in the Kernel print shop, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3728University of Kentucky journalism scholarship holders look over teletype copy; From left to right, with the names of the papers providing the scholarships in parenthesis: Beverly Cardwell, Brooklyn, Kentucky (The Courier - Journal); Kay Barnett, Paducah (The Paducah Sun Democrat); Michele Fearing, Ashland (The Ashland Independent); Eldon Phillips, Lexington (The Lexington Herald - Leader); and Sandra Sue Parham, Wickliffe (Courier - Journal), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3729Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism fraternity initiates; From left to right: Mike Wenniger, Lexington; Wayne Gregory, Richmond; and Edward Van Hook, Somerset; Tevis L. Bennett was also initiated into the chapter, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3730Students who received newspaper scholarships and their sponsoring newspapers are, from left: Elizabeth Thurber, Louisville (Louisville Courier - Journal); Anne Mitchell, Ashland (The Lexington Leader); Donnie Lee, McQuady (Meade County Messenger); Jane Gaffin, Cynthiana (Lexington Herald - Leader Co.); Warren N. Pope, Catlettsburg (Louisville Courier - Journal); Mike Fearing, Ashland (Ashland Daily Independent); John Pfeiffer, Louisville (Louisville Courier - Journal); and Beverly Cardwell, Morgantown (Park City Daily News), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3730aStudents who received newspaper scholarships and their sponsoring newspapers are, from left: Elizabeth Thurber, Louisville (Louisville Courier - Journal); Anne Mitchell, Ashland (The Lexington Leader); Donnie Lee, McQuady (Meade County Messenger); Jane Gaffin, Cynthiana (Lexington Herald - Leader Co.); Warren N. Pope, Catlettsburg (Louisville Courier - Journal); Mike Fearing, Ashland (Ashland Daily Independent); John Pfeiffer, Louisville (Louisville Courier - Journal); and Beverly Cardwell, Morgantown (Park City Daily News), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9B3730bStudents who received newspaper scholarships and their sponsoring newspapers are, from left: Elizabeth Thurber, Louisville (Louisville Courier - Journal); Anne Mitchell, Ashland (The Lexington Leader); Donnie Lee, McQuady (Meade County Messenger); Jane Gaffin, Cynthiana (Lexington Herald - Leader Co.); Warren N. Pope, Catlettsburg (Louisville Courier - Journal); Mike Fearing, Ashland (Ashland Daily Independent); John Pfeiffer, Louisville (Louisville Courier - Journal); and Beverly Cardwell, Morgantown (Park City Daily News), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.9B3731Michele (Mike) Fearing (left) and Norris Johnson (center), Thursday editors of the Kernel, listen to Professor Harry Ritter (right) as he tells them how to layout the sports section of the Kernel; This image is in the 1961 Kentuckian on page 296, image 3, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3732Students reading the Kentucky Kernel; Photographer: Lexington Herald - Leader, [1963, March 8]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3733Members of the 1964 Kernel staff, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3734Kernel staff meeting; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 390, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3735Kernel staff members with a baby; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 394, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3736Guy Medes (seated on the floor, left), Managing Editor of the Kentucky Kernel, is at a press conference in the President's office; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 391, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3737Tom Deer, the Kentucky Kernel Business Manager, is dressed up like Santa Claus ; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 393, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3738The man with his hands in the air is David Herman, the photographer of the Kentucky Kernel, with a group of students; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 393, image 4, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3739Peter Schrag (seated, sixth from right), executive editor of Saturday Review, is speaking with the Kernel staff; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 391, image 1, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3740Becker (with glasses), editor of the Kentucky Kernel, is seated at a table with others; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 391, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3741Jack Lyne is the Arts Editor of the Kentucky Kernel; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 392, image 4, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3742Jim Miller, sports editor of the Kentucky Kernel, is standing and looking at the Kernel; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 393, image 2, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9A 3743Larry Kelley, Arts Editor of the Kentucky Kernel; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 393, image 5, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3743Larry Kelley, Arts Editor of the Kentucky Kernel; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 393, image 5, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Communication and Information Studies - Library and Information Science, School of255568A woman looks in the card catalog, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.255569A woman and two men work in the library, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.255570From left to right: Laura Martin, Emma Lou Lecky, unidentified woman, Azile Wofford, and Dr. E. J. Humston, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.255571A group looks at books in the library, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.255572A group looks at books in the library, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.255573From left to right: Norman Clark and ? Katz, Library Science professors, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Communication and Information Studies - Radio9B3707A student working at WUKY student radio station, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3744WUKY radio listening center, [1910]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3745A group of students in Radio Arts, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3746Reynolds Large joined the radio staff of WBKY FM (now WUKY) in 1971 and began his popular show, "The Jazz Patio", 1971b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 196.9B3747The old radio tower toppled on 1992, February 13 at Communi - K; Photographer: Ken Goad, 1992b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Communication and Information Studies - Television9B3748Dr. Charles Snow on television teaching his Anthropology 100 course, [1960]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches.9B3749Dr. Charles Snow, second from right, showing primate exhibits during an Anthropology 100 course taught on television, [1960]b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches. Duplicate of large image.9B3750Dr. Charles Snow, second from right, showing primate exhibits during an Anthropology 100 course taught on television, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3750aDr. Charles Snow, second from right, showing primate exhibits during an Anthropology 100 course taught on television, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9B3750bDr. Charles Snow, second from right, showing primate exhibits during an Anthropology 100 course taught on television, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.9B3751Dr. Charles Snow, on right, teaching Anthropology 100 course at WLEX - TV on 1960, February 12; Debut of educational television in the Bluegrass and for the University of Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 3 inches by 4 inches. Duplicate of large image.9B3751aDr. Charles Snow, on right, teaching Anthropology 100 course at WLEX - TV on 1960, February 12; Debut of educational television in the Bluegrass and for the University of Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 3 inches by 4 inches. Duplicate 1.9B3752Dr. Charles Snow, on right, teaching Anthropology 100 course at WLEX - TV on 1960, February 12; Debut of educational television in the Bluegrass and for the University of Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3752aDr. Charles Snow, on right, teaching Anthropology 100 course at WLEX - TV on 1960, February 12; Debut of educational television in the Bluegrass and for the University of Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9B3753Dr. Charles Snow on television teaching his Anthropology 100 course, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9B3754Dr. Charles Snow, right, on television teaching his Anthropology 100 course, [1960]b / w, 3 inches by 3.5 inches.9B3754aDr. Charles Snow, right, on television teaching his Anthropology 100 course, [1960]b / w, 3 inches by 3.5 inches. Duplicate 1.9B3754bDr. Charles Snow, right, on television teaching his Anthropology 100 course, [1960]b / w, 3 inches by 3.5 inches. Duplicate 2.9B3755Dr. Charles Snow, right, on television teaching his Anthropology 100 course, [1960]b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.9B3756An exhibit used on Dr. Charles Snow's Anthropology 100 course taught on WLEX - TV, [1960]b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.9B3757An exhibit used on Dr. Charles Snow's Anthropology 100 course taught on WLEX - TV, [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Credit Line: Illinois State Museum.9B3758Dr. Charles Snow (left) looks at bones with another man; Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1960]b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.9B3759Television workers, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3760Grade scholars go to T. V. College, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3761Unidentified man, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3762Two men, one in costume, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3763Men in a machine room, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3764Photo library in Kastle Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3765K. E. T. T. V.; This image is in the 1969 Kentuckian on page 57, image 1, 1969b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Education 9C3771University of Kentucky headquarters at the Kentucky Education Association in 1952 at the Brown Hotel? in Louisville; Dr. Hambleton Tapp at the registration table; Facing camera in central group is Dr. Harold Adams, 1952b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3774From left to right: Dr. Lyman Ginger, unidentified, Tom Ballantine, President Davidson, University of Louisville; Lexington Herald - Leader, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3775First grade students reading a book, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3776A first grade class, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3777Elementary students working in Mrs. Haines art class at U - Hi, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3778Elementary students working in Mrs. Haines art class at U - Hi, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3779Elementary school students read to themselves; Photographer: John Mitchell , [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3780Front view of the Jefferson Junior High School, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3781Men and women in a classroom; Photographer: Roy N. Walters, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3782A second grade class is demonstrating what it is like at the Post Office; Photographer: Ted W. Simmons, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3783Dean Martin Leslie, professor of Higher Education and Dean of men, stands amongst a group of women; Photographer: Ted W. Simmons, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3784Men in the office of the University of Kentucky Administrators, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3785Men in the office of the University of Kentucky Administrators, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3786Education Conference at Memorial Hall showing audience of attendees, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3787Principal's conference at the University of Kentucky , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3788Early childhood class at the playground on the University of Kentucky campus; Student teachers practice their skills on these pre - school students, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3789Men reading to a group of children, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3790Dean Leslie Martin, professor in the College of Education and Dean of Men, seated, with others, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3791Student teacher is teaching fractions to elementary children, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3792Student teacher is teaching fractions to elementary children, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3793Student teacher in an elementary grade classroom, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red Pencil Marks.9C3794Student teacher in an elementary grade classroom, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red Pencil Marks.9C3795A fifth grade class with their projects on their desks; Olive Barrett - Critic Teacher, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3796Students participating in an art class, 1957b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3797Junior High students painting in an art class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3798A woman teaching children how to count, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3798aA woman teaching children how to count, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9C3799High School students in the wood - working department of the Owensboro Technical High School, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3800University High School Science class; D. C. Kemper in back, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3801University High School Science class; D. C. Kemper in back, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3802A group of people in the University High School Workshop, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3803From left to right: Clyde Lassiter, outgoing President of KACSE (an educational organization); Margaret Clayton, Jefferson County, incoming vice - president; Dr. Pat Wear, Berea, incoming president (KACSE) at the University of Kentucky Education Conference , 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3804Teachers' conference at the University of Kentucky; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3805The 1958 officers of the Kentucky Student Education Association; From left to right: Jan Gover, president; Gay Evans, historian; Evelyn Steele, vice - president; and Laura Weinman, secretary, 1958b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3806Dean Leslie Martin, professor in the College of Education and Dean of Men (center), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3807Principals conference sponsered by the College of Education; Lexington Herald - Leader, [1958]b / w, 6 inches by 10 inches.9C3808Men studying a map of Harrison County in Kentucky concerning the school system and locations, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3809Teachers of Trades and Industries combine skills of their trade with the techniques of teaching to qualify for challenging and rewarding teaching assignments, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3810University of Kentucky educational conference in Memorial Hall auditorium, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3811Jess Gardner, University School high school teacher and head of Driver's Education, seated in a car; Left of him is Dale W. Quebbeman, Indianapolis, Indiana, public relations manager; and Robert T. Sherwood, Louisville, state representative for the foundation, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3812Education students watch closed circuit television as part of an experiment testing the feasibility of using television to observe classroom proceedings; Dr. Leonard Ravitz, associate professor of education and his class observe a class at the University School, a school modeled on the educational philosophy of Dewey, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3812aEducation students watch closed circuit television as part of an experiment testing the feasibility of using television to observe classroom proceedings; Dr. Leonard Ravitz, associate professor of education and his class observe a class at the University School, a school modeled on the educational philosophy of Dewey, 1959b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1; Orange pencil marks.9C3813Television camera in the background transmits classroom teaching to a College of Education class, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3813aTelevision camera in the background transmits classroom teaching to a College of Education class, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9C3814University High School Biology class, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3815Teacher in an elementary school reading class , 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3816Teacher in an elementary school reading class , 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3817Supervisor teacher counsels two student teachers , 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.9C3818Student teacher at University High in a history class, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3819Education students studying in the Education Library in the basement of Taylor Education; Emily Dawson, education librarian at desk on the right, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3820Student teachers, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3821Student teachers in an education class, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3822Reception at the College of Education, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3823Reception for professors and student teachers; Phyllis Lutes and Dr. Adrian Doran, member of the Council on Higher Education and President of Morehead University, at right, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3824Faculty members of the College of Education at a reception, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3825Faculty members of the College of Education , [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3826Faculty members of the College of Education looking at a donor's check, including Jess Gardner (left) and James Moore (right), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3827Faculty members of the College of Education; From left to right: Hartford, Meece, and Martin; Courier - Journal and Louisville Times photograph, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3828Faculty members of the College of Education looking at a donor's check; From left to right: L. G. McIntyre, Charles Bowman, and Jess Gardner, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3829Education Faculty; From left to right: Lyman Ginger, Robinson, and James Moore; looking at a newsletter, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3830Student teachers in a class with elementary students, [1960]b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches. Proof Sheet.9C3831Men connected with the College of Education; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3832Professor of Music instructing student teachers, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3833Student teachers studying in the Education Library, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3834Student teachers and their supervisors in classrooms as well as kindergarten students in a sand box, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.9C3835Student teacher program including class work and student teacher counseling, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.9C3836Student teachers in classrooms with professors and students in reading and speech classes, [1960]b / w, 6 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.9C3837Student teacher program in the classroom and counseling and in the Education Library, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.9C3838Education class with lesson on emotions and dating, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9C3839An educational conference, perhaps for principals; Donated by Dean George Denemark, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3840A man at the podium; Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.9D3841Men attending an Educational Conference smoke and talk outside Memorial Hall, 1960b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3842Adult Education class in Breathitt County, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3843Professors and student teachers look at a UCP Award, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3844Education majors move into dormitory rooms, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3845Student teacher Linda Coffman (right) teaches an Art class while the regular teacher watches and supervises, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3846A student teacher teaches a typing class while supervising teacher watches, 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3847Student teacher Debbie Daniels is helping a female student with a typewriter, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3848Student teacher Bobbie Gambree is helping a male student with his reading in class, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3849Dr. Wallace Ramsey and Dorothy Dohoney, his assistant, watch two students in the reading clinic at the University of Kentucky play "monopoly" game to increase reading skill, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3849aDr. Wallace Ramsey and Dorothy Dohoney, his assistant, watch two students in the reading clinic at the University of Kentucky play "monopoly" game to increase reading skill, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9D3850Dr. Lyman Ginger, former superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of Kentucky, is with a College of Education graduate, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3850aDr. Lyman Ginger, former superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of Kentucky, is with a College of Education graduate, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9D3851Two women students find materials for supplementing classroom textbooks in elementary and secondary education in the College of Education Library; This image is in the 1963 Kentuckian on page 272, image 1, 1963b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3852Students from Monterrey, Mexico in a classroom with a professor, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3853Speech League Project viewed; Thelma Beeler, speech and Drama teacher, Lafayette High School, surrounding by her students, [1967]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3854Phi Delta Kappa honorees Ellis Hartford and Guy Potts with an unidentified woman, [1968]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9D3855Members of Phi Delta Kappa honorary fraternity including Ollie Bissmeyer (left) and ? McClure (right), 1974b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Education - Adult Education9D3856An art class; From left to right: Sally Johnson, Paul Johnson (back), and Charles Houston, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3857An art class; From left to right: Sara Kelly, Bell Bryant, Sally C. Johnson, Charles Houston, Betty Lane, and Paul Johnson, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Education - Normal Department9D3858Students sit in a class listening to the professor, [1897]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.Education - University School9D3859University High School Orchestra in McVey Hall, [1921]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9D3860College of Education faculty member, [1945]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3861Drivers' Education students stand beside a car, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3862Children listening to a story being read, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3863Children listening to a story being read, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3864Children listening to a story being read, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3865Children painting, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3866Children painting in an elementary art class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3867Children playing, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3868Children playing, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3869Children playing, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3870Children playing as two women look on, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3871A woman stands with children on tricycles, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3872Children playing, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3873Students look at textbooks, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3874People playing cards in a fallout shelter at the University of Kentucky Taylor Education Building; The stay was part of the training in University of Kentucky's shelter manager instructor class; The group went through Civil Defense procedures just as they would in an actual emergency; Lexington Herald - Leader, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3875Women study about bomb shelters, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3876Students check the Geiger counter in the bomb shelter, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3877A man helps students read along as they listen; Photographer: Nancy Johnson, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3878Driver Education, [1970]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.245487Young men and women facing one another, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.245504Studying at the University High School is Merja Virta Ranta (center) from Helsinki, Finland; With her are Mrs. Carl Wiesel, of Lexington, in whose home Ranta is staying, and professor James Powell, director of the University of Kentucky prep school; This photo appeared in the October 1962 "Report from the University to Kentucky Schools", 1962b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Engineering 9D3879Students in the College of Engineering shop; Donated 1949, August 30 by Miss Hern, 1893, SpringCyanotype; 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.9D3880Wood shop, Mechanical Engineering, 1899, NovemberCyanotype; 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.9D3881Forge shop, Mechanical Engineering, 1899b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.9D3882Drawing room, Mechanical Engineering, 1899b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.9D3883A Civil Engineering class, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 9; Photo pasted on cardboard; Board damaged.9D3884Junior drawing class; Donated 1948, October 20 by T. R. Bryant, [1900]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.9D3884aJunior drawing class; Donated 1948, October 20 by T. R. Bryant, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1; Photo pasted on cardboard.9D3885Senior drawing room, Mechanical Engineering, State College of Kentucky, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.9D3885aSenior drawing room, Mechanical Engineering, State College of Kentucky, [1900]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches. Duplicate 1.9D3886Forge shop; Joe Dicker (with mustache) stands by the window, [1901]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.9D3887Dean F. Paul Anderson, third from the left with some of the College of Engineering faculty: Joseph Dicker (far left) and John Dicker (far right), [1918]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9D3888Dean F. Paul Anderson with College of Engineering faculty?, [1918]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9D3889Dean F. Paul Anderson, fourth from the left with a walking stick with unidentified men in downtown Lexington. Keller Florist is in the background, [1920]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3890Engineers Ball, 1921, May 27b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 70.9D3891Engineers Ball, [1930s]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 85.9D3892The tablet on the tombstone of Jerry, Dean F. Paul Anderson's dog, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3893Engineers; This image is on page 147 of the 1940 Kentuckian; Photographer: Lafayette Studio, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3894Engineering equipment surrounded by a metal cage / fence, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3895Engineering equipment, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3896Engineering equipment surrounded by a metal cage / fence, [1940]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3897American Institute of Electrical Engineers, University of Kentucky student branch; This image is on page 161 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.9D3898Professor C. S. Crouse in the Coal Research lab; Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3899A section of DuPont's nylon plant at Victoria, Texas, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3900Jean C. Fanney , University of Kentucky student mechanic, and Vivian C, Curreny, research technician, both of Lexington, in University of Kentucky's aeronautical research laboratory located in Wenner - Gren Building, [1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3901Engineering Conference. Dr. Thomas D. Clark (front row, far right), 1953b / w, 3 inches by 4 inches.9D3902Foundry Educational Foundation Engineering Scholarship; Seated: R. R. Vogel, Highland Heights; Paul A. Evans, Shavertown, Pennsylvania; Standing: Charles W. Smith, Jr., Lexington; John T. Schmitt, Jr., Louisville, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3903Foundry Educational Foundation Engineering Scholarship; Seated: R. R. Vogel, Highland Heights; Paul A. Evans, Shavertown, Pennsylvania; Standing: Charles W. Smith, Jr., Lexington; John T. Schmitt, Jr., Louisville, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3904Men standing in front of a sign that says "Kentucky Engineer", [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9D3905Men pose in front of a building, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3906Examining equipment for a research contract awarded the University of Kentucky are Dr. Joseph P. Hammond (right), professor of metallurgical engineering at the University of Kentucky, and James Burka, a graduate student, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3907A professor sits in a classroom with students, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3908From left to right: Dean Terrell of the College of Engineering, President Dickey, N. M. Beking of General Electric, Dean Ernst of Speed Scientific School of Louisville, rest unidentified, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3909President Dickey speaking and Dean Terrell of Engineering, seated, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3910Students looking at a "Manual for Engineering Career Advisors", [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3911A professor sitting in a classroom with students, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3912University of Kentucky Conference of Industry; Dr. N. C. Robertson (left), vice - president for research and development at the Spencer Chemical Company, Kansas City, Missouri, talks with Dr. Merl Baker, program chairman of the University of Kentucky's second biennial Industry - Engineering College Conference, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3913Examining equipment for a research contract awarded the University of Kentucky are Dr. Joseph P. Hammond (right), professor of metallurgical engineering at the University of Kentucky, and James Burka, a graduate student, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3913aExamining equipment for a research contract awarded the University of Kentucky are Dr. Joseph P. Hammond (right), professor of metallurgical engineering at the University of Kentucky, and James Burka, a graduate student, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3914Fellowship recipients, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3915Men overlook engineering equipment; Dr. Karl Lange (center), O. W. Stewart? (right), with an unidentified man, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3916A research contract awarded to the University of Kentucky by International Business Machines Corporation is discussed by, from left: C. L. Reardon, representing I. B. M.; O. W. Gard; and Dr. Merle Carter, of the University of Kentucky, head of the project, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3917A research contract awarded to the University of Kentucky by International Business Machines Corporation is discussed by, from left: C. L. Reardon, representing I. B. M.; O. W. Gard and Dr. Merle Carter, of the University of Kentucky, head of the project, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3918Dr. H. A. Romanowitz (right), head of the University of Kentucky Department of Electrical Engineering, with I. B. M. officials Henry W. Simpson (left), an electrical engineer who holds both a B. S. and M. S. from the University of Kentucky, and Walter O. Cralle, manager of Development Engineering for I. B. M.; University of Kentucky received equipment donated by I. B. M., [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3919Dr. H. A. Romanowitz (right), head of the University of Kentucky Department of Electrical Engineering, with I. B. M. officials Henry W. Simpson (left), an electrical engineer who holds both a B. S. and M. S. from the University of Kentucky, and Walter O. Cralle, manager of Development Engineering for I. B. M.; University of Kentucky received equipment donated by I. B. M., [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3920William Lowry in the foreground; and from left to right: Robert Adams, John Dressman, Barry Johnson, James Cooper, Cecil Isbell, James Hummeldorf, and David Cheng; This image is on page 289 of the 1958 Kentuckian, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3921William Lowry in the foreground; and from left to right: Robert Adams, John Dressman, Barry Johnson, James Cooper, Cecil Isbell, James Hummeldorf, and David Cheng; This image is on page 289 of the 1958 Kentuckian, picture number 1, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3921aWilliam Lowry in the foreground; and from left to right: Robert Adams, John Dressman, Barry Johnson, James Cooper, Cecil Isbell, James Hummeldorf, and David Cheng; This image is on page 289 of the 1958 Kentuckian, picture number 1, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3921bWilliam Lowry in the foreground; and from left to right: Robert Adams, John Dressman, Barry Johnson, James Cooper, Cecil Isbell, James Hummeldorf, and David Cheng; This image is on page 289 of the 1958 Kentuckian, picture number 1, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.9E3922Men look at a mounted motor, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3923Scholarship winners at the University of Kentucky include these electrical engineering students who were awarded $500 grants for the 1958 - 1959 school year from International Telephone & Telegraph Company; They are from left: Robert H. Adams, Louisville; Norman Y. Cravens, Owensboro; Emil B. Perry, Georgetown; and Donald L. Ockerman, Burlington; These grants were based on scholastic achievement, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3924University of Kentucky engineers, Industry Engineering College Conference including Dean Shaver (left) and Merle Baker (second from right), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3925Lange of Wenner - Gren laboratory, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3926Man welding, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3927Engineering award, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3928Dr. Samuel Hite, head of the Chemical Engineering Department, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3929Men look at plaques, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3930Dr. Fogle Clark, University of Kentucky professor of psychology (second from right), explains electronically - computed data on chimpanzee training to two consultants of Project Mercury, a federal government space project; dr. Joseph Brady (second from left) and Dr. Charles Fester (right), check the progress of four chimpanzees being trained for the Air Force in the University of Kentucky Wenner - Gren Aeronautical Research laboratory; At left is Dr. Karl O. Lange, director of the project and the laboratory, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3931Cullie Sparks, Jr., candidate for the degree of doctor of engineering and principal investigator for a University of Kentucky research project carried on for the Air Force, is shown here in a metallurgical laboratory; He is pictures with part of a Geiger counter spectrometer used to examine the internal structure of titanium, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3932Dennis R. Keefer, a mining engineering student at the University of Kentucky, compares a 50 pound plumb bob with one of normal size, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3933Professor William H. Roll gives instructions to an elevator operator as part of the class arrives 265 feet below ground level at the Central Rock Company limestone mine; From left to right: James R. Gray, Jenkins; Robert A. Elan, Barbourville, partly hidden; Professor Roll; Tom Cambron, Henderson; and James Irvine, Colleville, Pennsylvania, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3933aProfessor William H. Roll gives instructions to an elevator operator as part of the class arrives 265 feet below ground level at the Central Rock Company limestone mine; From left to right: James R. Gray, Jenkins; Robert A. Elan, Barbourville, partly hidden; Professor Roll; Tom Cambron, Henderson; and James Irvine, Colleville, Pennsylvania, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3934Graduate students - traffic survey, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3935Mining Engineering, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3936Arloe Mayne, Jr (left), Ashland, and Louis Furlong, Lexington, tied for Freshman engineering honors at the University of Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3937Initiates of the Phi Tau Sigma mechanical engineering fraternity at the University of Kentucky are honored with a dinner at the Lafayette Hotel; From left to right seated: Joseph Miller, Charles Buschman, Ted Bondon, and James Fischer; Center back is Harry S. Traynove, and honorary initiate of the group; From left to right standing: Gerald Dapper, Richard Edwards, Roger Jackson, and William Arrington; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3939Chemical Engineering professors inspect a scale model of a detergent intermediates plant; This model was given to the department by Proctor & Gamble for use in senior design courses, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3940Eta Kappa Nu, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3941American Society of Engineers; This image is on page 366 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3942Engineering Student Council; This image is on page 382 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3943Civil engineering students; This image is on page 368 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3944Engineering Open House; This image is on page 383 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3945Chemical Engineering student, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3946Engineering Week; This image is on page 98 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3947Student uses equipment for sound recognition; This image is on page 382 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3948Civil Engineering alumni, from left to right: Bob McDowell (1935), Carol Pace Halpeny (1960), and James Gordon (1950), [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3949Civil Engineering, [1972]b / w, 5 inches by 9 inches.9E3950College of Engineering female award recipients, from left to right: Donna Gale Wall, Sandra Marie Price, Janis Marie Fischer, and Patricia Elaine Duncan, [1973]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3951College of Engineering female award recipients, from left to right: Patricia Elaine Duncan, Donna Gale Wall, Janis Marie Fischer, and Sandra Marie Price, [1973]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9E3954American Society of Mechanical Engineers, University of Kentucky student branch; From left to right, Row 1: Rogers, Spears, Duban, Cardwell, Bowling, Neel, Denny, Jackson, Professor Jett, Kalb, Sawyer, Moore, R. J. Calvert, Warner, Fischer, and Foley; Row 2: Spragens, Hall, Survant, Cavise, Albert, Atkins, Weller, Robinson, Carson, Cornett, Drake, Spicer, Penna, Berry, Cundiff, C. S. Calvert, and Blythe; Row 3: McNamer, Campbell, Price, Rice, Mitchell, Watts; Row 4: Pearson, Patterson, Hale, Huddle, Bickel, Shreck, Curtis, Nichols, Boone, Roysdon, Bass, Eschborn, Smith, Danis, Helton, Grumwald, Fielder, Dixon, and Mahan; This image is on page 163 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9 inches.9F3976American Society of Civil Engineers, University of Kentucky branch; This image in on page 162 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 5.5 inches by 9.5 inches.527529A proof sheet made for the Dean of Engineering on April 18, 2003 by the UK Medical Arts and Photography for the 1968 graduates. It is a composite of the College of Engineering class of 1968, 1968b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches This photograph was received from the UK Medical Arts and Photography with photograph order. It was transferred from 2003UA016.Engineering - Alumni Composites9E3952Class of 1924, College of Engineering, 1924b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9E3953Class of 1939, College of Engineering, 1939b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9E3955Class of 1941, College of Engineering, 1941b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9E3956Class of 1945, College of Engineering; From left to right, Top: W. D. Hatcher, Jr., Merl Baker, and John R. Jenkins; Center: M. D. VanHorn, Jr., and Edith Conant; Bottom: N. A. Chrisman, Jr., Chester Jenkins, and R. C. Duncan, Jr., 1945b / w, 7.5 inches by 10 inches.9E3956aClass of 1945, College of Engineering; From left to right, Top: W. D. Hatcher, Jr., Merl Baker, and John R. Jenkins; Center: M. D. VanHorn, Jr., and Edith Conant; Bottom: N. A. Chrisman, Jr., Chester Jenkins, and R. C. Duncan, Jr., 1945b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3957Class of 1947, College of Engineering, 1947b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3958Class of 1948, College of Engineering, 1948b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3958aClass of 1948, College of Engineering, 1948b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3959Class of 1949, College of Engineering, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3959aClass of 1949, College of Engineering, 1949b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.Engineering - Awards9E3938Old Timers Award, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3960Engineering senior trip, [1930]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3961Margaret Ingels, first woman to graduate with an engineering degree at the University of Kentucky, [1943]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 111.9E3962Mrs. Frank Cheek (left) and Dean Shaver (right) with an unidentified young man, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3963Louis Furlong (left center), Lexington; and Arloe Mayne, Jr. (right center), Ashland, tied for Freshman engineering scholastic honors at the University of Kentucky, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3964A. S. E. E. planning meeting; From left to right: Roger, Baker, and Shaver, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3964aA. S. E. E. planning meeting; From left to right: Roger, Baker, and Shaver, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3965A. S. E. E. planning meeting; From left to right: Roger, Baker, and Shaver, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3966Mechanical Engineering, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9E3966aMechanical Engineering, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9E3967Old Timers Award given to James D. Wills, Mining Engineering, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Engineering - Classrooms and Laboratories 9E3968Men working in a shop, [1898]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard; Cardboard damaged.9E3969A photo of a laboratory, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.9E3970State College of Kentucky, Mechanical Laboratories, [1900]Cyanotype; 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.9E3971Machine Shop Annex, Mechanical Engineering, State College of Kentucky, [1901]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches.9F3972Machine shop; Donated 1948, July 29, by T. R. Bryant, [1910]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches.9F3973Practical Miners' Course; From left to right standing: Professor Norwood, O'Briant, Clutts, Bige, J. W. Clutts, Myers, Gaddis, Carter, Martin, Queener, Bailey, Arnold, Caudill, Mills, Cole, Green, Bowles, and Professor Barr; Middle Row: McGauley, John Frost, McBrayer, Creekmore, Blankenship, Bayes, Leeper, Adams, Farrell, Greech, Freeman, Maloy, Wells, Bowlin, and Melton; Front Row: Professor Easton, Cloern, Carpenter, Bullock, Frank Stafford, Volinsky, James Frost, Mercer, Hammond, Charles Stafford, and Professor Tashof, 1914b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3974Forge shop, Mechanical Engineering, State College of Kentucky; Donated 1948, August 10, by Dr. Funkhouser's office, [1920]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches.9F3975This machine was probably used in the Mechanical laboratories, [1930]b / w, 8.5 inches by 10.5 inches.9F3977Men using a metal drill press and a metal turning lathe; Photographer: Ben L. Williams, Jr., [1949, October]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3978Men using machines to work with metal in the machine shop; Photographer: Ben L. Williams, Jr., [1949, October]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3979From left to right: Leo M. Chamberlain, vice - president of the University of Kentucky College of Engineering, and Carl R. Shaffer, president of the Xylos Rubber Company, subsidiary of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, look over a "fatigue tester" in the University's highway laboratory, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3980Thomas A. Kendall, research analyst in the University of Kentucky's Department of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, with two of the "dry mixers" that he invented; Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1953, August 3]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3981Men using surveying equipment, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3982Men stand near a drill press, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3983Men using a drill press, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3984Men working on a lathe , [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3985Students work with a lathe, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3986Men using equipment to survey, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3987Men using equipment to survey, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3988Men surveying, Stoll Field in the background, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3989Men using equipment to survey, [1955, November]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3990Men surveying, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3991Men speaking before a class; From left to right standing: Russ Scofield, W. Farra McDowell, and Ed Moores, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3992Men using equipment to survey, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Property of the Kentuckian office.9F3993Men using equipment to survey, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3994Men surveying in front of Pence Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3995Men using equipment to survey, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3996Men using a metal drill press, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3997Men using equipment to survey, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3998Men in a machine shop, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F3999Men in a meeting or class, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4000Dr. Merd Baker and Charles Staley doing refrigeration research, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4001A man addressing a classroom, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4002A man addressing a classroom, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4003A man doing Engineering homework, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4004A man doing Engineering homework, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4005A man doing Engineering homework, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4006Mechanical Engineering, [1958]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. Cropping marks.9F4007Men teaches younger men to use surveying equipment; Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.9F4008Men viewing a Westinghouse Torque meter; Dean Shaver on left, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4009Men looking at a gauge that measures D. C. amps, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4010Men performing an experiment, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4011Men using a machine press; From left to right: Russell Puckett, Charles Schimpeler, Professor David Blythe, and John A. Dearinger, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4012Men at a drafting table, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4013Men at a drafting table, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4013aMen at a drafting table, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9F4013bMen at a drafting table, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.9F4014Men working, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4015Men studying; This image is on page 299 of the 1963 Kentuckian, 1961, Octoberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4016Men reading data, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4017David Dingwall (center) and Adrian Napper (right), civil engineering students at the University of Durham, touring the College of Engineering; Showing them scales used in the hydraulics laboratory is Lewis N. Melton, Barbourville, civil engineering student at the University of Kentucky; Dingwall and Napper spent the Summer in Kentucky under to sponsorship of David Blyth, head of the University of Kentucky Department of Engineering, [1962]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.9F4018Professor C. S. Crouse of the Coal Research Lab; Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4019Larry C. Pendley, Department of Engineering, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4020Man looking at rocks or minerals, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4021Harry Hurd, electrical engineering student from Frankfort, demonstrates how chemical energy supplied by the acids of an apple can be converted into an alternative electrical current, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4022David Vories, graduate student in the University of Kentucky Department of Civil Engineering, conducts a series of tests with sand and simulated foundation footings, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4023Students use a machine to bend a piece of metal, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.9F4024Alanna Mangelsen and her laboratory partner, Russell Swanson, are pictured with a metallograph, an instrument for examining and photographing the fine structure of alloy specimens, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4025Alanna Mangelsen is pictured with a metallograph, an instrument for examining and photographing the fine structure of alloy specimens, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4026A man observing an experiment, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4027Men in the University of Kentucky Electrical Engineering lab; This image is on page 259 of the Kentuckian, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4028Young men pouring from a scoop into a jar, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4029Young men pouring from a scoop into a tub, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4029aYoung men pouring from a scoop into a tub, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.9F4030Men in a hallway, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4031Men walking through Dicker Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4032Puckett standing in Dicker Hall, No. 2, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.9F4033Open house in the Engineering Building; This image is on page 383 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Engineering - Equipment10A4034Interior of Fuel House, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4035Twin wasp installation, ducts installed, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4036Control bench, left view, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4037Coding air blower, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4038Control bench, right view, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4039Twin wasp installation, left ducts removed, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4040Metallurgy molds, undatedb / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.10A4041Metallurgy molds, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4042Metallurgy molds, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4043Twin wasp installation, left ducts removed, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4044Metallurgy shop, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4044aMetallurgy shop, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.Engineering - Faculty / Staff / Student 10A4045Senior Mechanical Engineering students from left to right, Row 1: Eugene Risser, J. G. Serugliane, Louis (or Lewis) A. Darling; Row 2: Joe Musselman (leaning on rail), J. B. Wilson (gray suit with embroidery), James Madison Groves, Dean F. Paul Anderson, Leon V. Frankel, T. A. Nichols; Row 3: J. Soule Smith, Pelham Johnston, and Earnest Lyle, [1899]b / w, 6 inches by 7 inches.10A4046Dean F. Paul Anderson hosts a smoker, a social event for pipe smokers, for juniors in mechanical engineering, [1910]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 42A.10A4047President Barker (fourth from right) surrounded by professors and deans, [1911]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.10A4048Engineering Department instructors including L. E. Nollau (front row right); F. Paul Anderson (middle row center), [1911]b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10A4049Road School, University of Kentucky, [1917, February 5 - 10] b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10A4050Road School, University of Kentucky, [1917, February 5 - 10] b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10A40511925 Faculty of the College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, 1925b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. See back for a list of names; Photo pasted on a pamphlet / invitation?.10A4052Faculty of the College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, 1929b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.10A4053Highway Research Laboratory, 1945, January 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4053aHighway Research Laboratory, 1945, January 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10A4053bHighway Research Laboratory, 1945, January 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10A4053cHighway Research Laboratory, 1945, January 26b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.10A4054Faculty members, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4054aFaculty members, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10A4054bFaculty members, [1947]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10A4055Dr. Charles Wilson of the AeroMedical Research Laboratory at Wright Air Development Center in Dayton, Ohio, tests a chair designed to simulate the vibrations of space travel; Dr. R. R. Coermann chief engineer for vibration study, watches Wilson, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4056A highway seminar at the University of Kentucky for civil engineers responsible for managing the State Department of Highways maintenance program are, from left to right seated: Chet Foushee; Dr. J. L. Massie, associate professor of economics who directed the seminar; and John W. Spurrier; Standing: Roy Ellis, highway department assistant training officer; and Jim Wells, all of Lexington, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4057University of Kentucky housing personnel work on preregistration for the meeting of the American Society for Engineering; From left to right: Professor Edward E. Eisey, Dr. Merle Carter, Mrs. Sammye Rodgers, Catherine Whisenhunt, and Professor O. W. Steward, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4058Persons connected with research density meter calibration research at the University of Kentucky watch a demonstration of one of the nuclear instruments; Kneeling from left: J. C. Cobb, Bureau of Public Roads; J. R. Harbinson, Kentucky Department of Highways; Professor L. C. Pendley, University of Kentucky Department of Civil Engineering; Standing from left: Professor David Blythe, Head of the University of Kentucky Civil Engineering Department; Professor R. E. Puckett, University of Kentucky Electrical Engineering Department; R. C. Dean, Highway Laboratory; and D. M. Burgess, Kentucky Department of Highways, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4058aPersons connected with research density meter calibration research at the University of Kentucky watch a demonstration of one of the nuclear instruments; Kneeling from left: J. C. Cobb, Bureau of Public Roads; J. R. Harbinson, Kentucky Department of Highways; Professor L. C. Pendley, University of Kentucky Department of Civil Engineering; Standing from left: Professor David Blythe, Head of the University of Kentucky Civil Engineering Department; Professor R. E. Puckett, University of Kentucky Electrical Engineering Department; R. C. Dean, Highway Laboratory; and D. M. Burgess, Kentucky Department of Highways, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10A4059From left to right: 2 unidentified, Puckett, and Hoffman, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4060From left to right: Gerald Weisenfluh, John Ferm, and Tim Moore with the United States Geological Survey; Photographer: Ken Goad, University of Kentucky Photographic Services, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10A4061From left to right: Gerald Weisenfluh, John Ferm, and Tim Moore with the United States Geological Survey; Photographer: Ken Goad, University of Kentucky Photographic Services, [1990]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10A4062From left to right: Gerald Weisenfluh, John Ferm, and Tim Moore with the United States Geological Survey; Photographer: Ken Goad, University of Kentucky Photographic Services, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4063From left to right: Gerald Weisenfluh, John Ferm, and Tim Moore with the United States Geological Survey; Photographer: Ken Goad, University of Kentucky Photographic Services, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4064From left to right: Gerald Weisenfluh, John Ferm, and Tim Moore with the United States Geological Survey; Photographer: Ken Goad, University of Kentucky Photographic Services, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4065From left to right: Gerald Weisenfluh, John Ferm, and Tim Moore with the United States Geological Survey; Photographer: Ken Goad, University of Kentucky Photographic Services, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4066From left to right: John Ferm, Jim Cobb, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4067From left to right: John Ferm, Jim Cobb, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4068Students in a classroom, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4069Students in a classroom, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4070From left to right: Greg Haywood and Jonathan Hale, 1990 graduates, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4071From left to right: Dan O'Hara; John Hiett, Mine Map Information Center; Bob Rathbone; Garry Wild; Jim Hower, Petrography Lab, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4072Jim Neathery and Nareed Ahmed, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4073From left to right (top sets): Todd Mickleborough, Professor Richard Sweigard, and Debbie Simpson of the Mining and Mineral Resources Lab, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4074From left to right: Lee Saperstein, Chair of University of Kentucky Engineering; Raymond A. Bradley, Martin Company Coal Corporation; Thomas W. Lester, Dean of the College of Engineering; Photos for 1991 Coal Journal ad series about the University of Kentucky Mining Engineering Department, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4075From left to right: Lee Saperstein, Chair of University of Kentucky Engineering; Raymond A. Bradley, Martin Company Coal Corporation; Thomas W. Lester, Dean of the College of Engineering; Photos for 1991 Coal Journal ad series about the University of Kentucky Mining Engineering Department, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4076Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: University of Kentucky Mining Engineering students Kevin Adams, Leslie Winstead, and Jeff Brock, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4077Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: University of Kentucky Mining Engineering students Kevin Adams, Leslie Winstead, and Jeff Brock, [1990]b / w, 4 inches by 10 inches; IrregularProof Sheet.10A4078Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: University of Kentucky Mining Engineering students Kevin Adams, Leslie Winstead, and Jeff Brock, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4079Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: University of Kentucky Mining Engineering students Kevin Adams, Leslie Winstead, and Jeff Brock, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4080Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: Tim Canopy, Dr. Andrew Wala, and Doug Knuckles, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10A4081Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: Tim Canopy, Dr. Andrew Wala, and Doug Knuckles, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4082Coal Journal ad series, 1991; From left to right: Tim Canopy, Dr. Andrew Wala, and Doug Knuckles, [1990]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.124585Mining and metallurgical engineering graduate students, Class of 1931; From left to right: B. J. Haefling, J. D. Lancaster, R. K. Thornberry, J. A. Purnell, and E. C. Brandenburg, 1931b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.Engineering - General Classes and Seminars10A4083Civil Engineering Drawing Room, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10A4084Mineralogy Laboratory, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches.10A4085A Civil Engineering class; A similar print appears on page 45 of the 1900 Alumni Report, [1898]Cyanotype; 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Visual File No. 009.10A4085aA Civil Engineering class; A similar print appears on page 45 of the 1900 Alumni Report, [1898]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Visual File No. 010; Duplicate 1.10A4086Mechanical Hall, wash and locker room, [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10A4087Mining Engineering Lecture Room , [1900]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10A4088Professor Brooks' Hydraulics class at the Kentucky State College; Photographer: R. A. Milligan, [1910]b / w, 6 inches by 7 inches.10A4089Forge shop; Received 1948, October 20 from T. R. Bryant, [1920]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.10A4090Senior inspection trip to Westing House Electric and Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, [1925]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Engineering - Organizations10A4091Members of the student branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers or of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers stand in front of Mechanical Hall; This image is on page 238 of the 1912 Kentuckian, [1912]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Engineering - Plaques10A4092Plaque honoring those Engineering students and alumni who died in WWII, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10A4092aPlaque honoring those Engineering students and alumni who died in WWII, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.Engineering - Reunions10A4093Louis E. Nollau with camera and equipment, ready to set up a group shot at the 30th anniversary of the Mechanical Engineering class of 1920; Donated 1950, July 24 by Winston Coleman, Jr., 1950b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.10B4094Louis E. Nollau with camera and equipment, ready to set up a group shot at the 30th anniversary of the Mechanical Engineering class of 1920; Donated 1950, July 24 by Winston Coleman, Jr., 1950b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.10B4095A group shot at the 30th anniversary of the Mechanical Engineering class of 1920; Donated 1950, July 24 by Winston Coleman, Jr.; Photographer: Louis E. Nollau, 1950b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.Fine Arts - Art, Department of 10B4096Students in an art class; Wirkliffe Moore at far right; Photographer: Young and Carl, Cincinnati, Ohio, [1923]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4097Students in an art class; Photographer: Young and Carl, Cincinnati, Ohio, [1923]b / w, 7 inches by 9.5 inches.10B4098Art Department, [1923]b / w, 7 inches by 8 inches.10B4099"Butterflies in Combat" by David Adams, a sculpture behind the Fine Arts Building, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4100Students in a painting studio; Sound Business magazine photograph, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4101Students painting, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4102Students study a painting; Jane Thornburg on right, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4103A furniture exhibit, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4104A furniture exhibit, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4105A desk at a furniture exhibit, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4106A furniture exhibit, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4107A furniture exhibit, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4108422 RC Diamond chair by Harry Bertoia, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4109Students admire a piece of art, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4110Andre Racz, far right, with others during Studio Week, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4111Art Club officers including Gail Peterson, second from right, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4112James Pierce maze, observatory, and motte; Pratt Farm, Clinton, Maine, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4113James Pierce Earthwoman, observatory, and motte; Pratt Farm, Clinton, Maine, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4114University of Kentucky student art; Gail Peterson, second from right, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4115Student exhibit; Julia Barnhart, center, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4116Men hanging artworks, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4117From left to right: Coleman; Kiernan; Bradley; and John Tuska, creator of the wall on the 17th floor in the Patterson Office Tower and a Professor of Art; This photo was in the Communi - K, a paper for all University of Kentucky employees, [1979]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4118University of Kentucky President Otis Singletary speaking at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4119Armand Hammer, right, listens to President Otis Singletary, left, speak at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4120Armand Hammer speaks at the opening of his exhibit at the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4121Armand Hammer speaks at the opening of his exhibit at the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4122Armand Hammer, left, at the media conference at the opening of his exhibit at the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4123Governor John Y. Brown, Jr., speaks at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4124Gloria Singletary, left, and President Otis Singletary, right, at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4125Arman Hammer, left, Phyllis George (center, spouse of Governor John Y. Brown, Jr.) and Mrs. Armand Hammer, right, at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum at the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4126Governor John Y. Brown, Jr., left, Mrs. Bill Sturgill, center, and Mr. Bill Sturgill, right, at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum at the Singletary Center , 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4127Armand Hammer, left, Bill Sturgill, second from left, and James Stewart, right, are unveiling the bust of Armand Hammer at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center; James Stewart is the sculptor and Bill Sturgill was chairman of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4128Armand Hammer, left, Bill Sturgill, second from left, and James Stewart, right, are unveiling the bust of Armand Hammer at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center; James Stewart is the sculptor and Bill Sturgill was chairman of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4129Armand Hammer, left, Bill Sturgill, second from left, and James Stewart, second from right, and Mrs. Armand Hammer admire the bust of Armand Hammer at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center; James Stewart is the sculptor and Bill Sturgill was chairman of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4130Armand Hammer, left, Bill Sturgill, second from left, and James Stewart, second from right, and Mrs. Armand Hammer admire the bust of Armand Hammer at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center; James Stewart is the sculptor and Bill Sturgill was chairman of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4131James Stewart, left; Phyllis George Brown, center, spouse of Governor John Y. Brown, Jr.; and Mrs. Armand Hammer, right; admire a sculpture at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center; James Stewart is the sculptor , 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4132Jerlen Rose of Clay City, left; C. B. Carpenter of Stanton, right; and an unidentified man look at paintings during the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum of the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4133Robert O. Clark (left) and Betty Pace Clark (right, Board of Trustees member) look at a drawing during the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum of the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4134Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center; James Stewart is the sculptor of the Armand Hammer bust, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4135A man at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4136Mr. and Mrs. George Evans look at a painting during the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4137Bob Cortellessa (left, of Versailles) and Janet Cortellessa (right, of Versailles) look at a painting at the opening of the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center;, 1981b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4138People at the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4139People at the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4139aPeople at the Armand Hammer exhibit in the Art Museum in the Singletary Center, 1981b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.346254Drawing Class, [1948]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Fine Arts - Music, School of10B4140From left to right: Aimo Justus Kiviniem, Wallace Neal Briggs, and Ed Henry in Professor Briggs' office, [1956, February]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4141Combined performance with singers and harp, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4142From left to right seated: Jill Roaden and Bettie Webb; Standing: Emily Walter, Joan Skaggs, Ervel Cornett, and Betty Sufe, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4142aFrom left to right seated: Jill Roaden and Bettie Webb; Standing: Emily Walter, Joan Skaggs, Emel Cornett, and Betty Sufe, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10B4143From left to right: Bettie Webb, Emel Cornett, and Emily Walter, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4144From left to right: Bettie Webb, Emel Cornett, and Emily Walter, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4145From left to right: Mildred Lewis and Robert King, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4146Mildred Lewis (left), unidentified woman, and unidentified student who received a scholarship in Music Education, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4147James Kerig (right) and an unidentified woman sit at a piano, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4148Kapp and King Musicale's, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4149Kapp and King Musicale's, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4150Professor of Voice James King stands, second from right, next to Phyllis Jenness, with others, around a piano, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4151A man and woman with a dulcimer, [1970]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.346252Doctor Abner W. Kelley taught in the English Department from 1926-1933. He was an organist, [1926-1933]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.346253Doctor Abner W. Kelley taught in the English Department from 1926-1933. He was an organist, [1926-1933]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Fine Arts - Music, School of - Band7A2691UK Majorettes: "UK Adds Majorettes--The University of Kentucky "Marching 100" band has added this winsome trio to its half-time football game activities. The majorettes will perform for the first time Saturday night during the Auburn-UK game at Stoll Field. They are, from the left: Karen Shields, Susan Mendel, and Donna Wilson. All are freshmen." Received September 29, 1960 from Public Relations, 1960, September 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.7A2691aUK Majorettes: "UK Adds Majorettes--The University of Kentucky "Marching 100" band has added this winsome trio to its half-time football game activities. The majorettes will perform for the first time Saturday night during the Auburn-UK game at Stoll Field. They are, from the left: Karen Shields, Susan Mendel, and Donna Wilson. All are freshmen." Received September 29, 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 2691), 1960, September 29b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4152Lexington State College Band; From left to right, Back Row: Charles W. Abrahams, J. R. Johnson, Curtis Wise, Hiram Shaw, Jr., W. R. Hackney, Charles F. Norton, and Albert McMichael; Middle Row: Frank C. Reynolds, Genie Wieman, W. J. Foley, Percy Kendal, Louis H. Mulligan, Nathan A. Newton; Front Row: J. W. Rucker, Marguerite Wuertz, Leonard S. Hughes, and Professor Hermann Trost, [1892, August]b / w, 8.5 inches by 9.5 inches.10B4153University of Kentucky Band; Received 1982, March 5 from Mary Whitlock Fennell, [1923 - 1924]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4154University of Kentucky Band; Received 1982, March 5 from Mary Whitlock Fennell, [1923 - 1924]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4155First University of Kentucky woman's band, directed by Elmer Sulzer, founder of WUKY - FM and the Public Relations office, [1927 - 1928]b / w, 7 inches by 8.5 inches. Visual File No. 81.10B4156Formation on the field during Homecoming , [1932]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4157University of Kentucky Band; This image is on page 218 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 5 inches by 9.5 inches.10B4158Band sponsor Mattigene Palmore and Drum major Ben Sullivan; This image is on page 219 of the 1941 Kentuckian; Photographer: LaFayette Studio, [1941]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.10B4159Concert band under director C. V. Magurean; This image is on page 220 of the 1941 Kentuckian; Photographer: LaFayette Studio, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4160Men with drumsticks, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4161Members of the Freshman band, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4162Concert band conducted by Frank Prindl; Photographer: LaFayette Studio, [1951 - 1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4163University of Kentucky concert band, [1952]b / w, 4 inches by 10 inches.10B4164"The Marching 100;" This image is in the 1953 Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Copy negative in audio visual copy negative file; Cardboard backing.10B4164a"The Marching 100;" This image is in the 1953 Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10B4164b"The Marching 100;" This image is in the 1953 Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10B4165Concert band; Copy from Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative in audio visual copy negative file.10B4165aConcert band; Copy from Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Duplicate 1; Copy negative in audio visual copy negative file.10B4166Concert band; Copy from Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10B4166aConcert band; Copy from Kentuckian, [1952 - 1953]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Duplicate 1.10B4167University of Kentucky Marching band forming "Helen" for Helen King on the UK football field, 1955, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4168University of Kentucky Band playing at the University of Kentucky football stadium, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4169University of Kentucky Band playing at the University of Kentucky football stadium, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4170University of Kentucky Marching Band with Drum Major, Roy Woodall in front; Photographer: John Mitchell, [1955, June 2]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4171Color Guard presents the American flag at a UK football game as the marching band is also on the field, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4172University of Kentucky Band forming "UK" on the football field, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4173University of Kentucky Band forming "CATS" on the football field; Photographer: Ted W. Simmons, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4174University of Kentucky Band forming "CATS" on the football field, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4175University of Kentucky Band forming "UK" on the football field; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1956]b / w, 6 inches by 7.5 inches.10B4176Concert band with Frank Prindl conducting, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4177Band sponsor Judy Ruffner with Drum Major Roy Woodall , [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4178Flag girls (dance team), [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4179University of Kentucky Marching Band, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Proof Sheet.10B4180Lexington Junior High School Band, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4181Flag girls (dance team), [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10B4181aFlag girls (color guard), [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10B4182University of Kentucky Marching Band's drum corps, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4183Marching band members hold sheet music while playing their instruments during a University of Kentucky band practice; This image is on page 198 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4184Flag bearer stands in the middle of band members; This image is on page 81 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4185The University of Kentucky Wildcat Marching Band , 1977b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Visual File No. 206.10C4186Marching band members waving hats, 1977, Septemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 208.1D308UK majorettes during a game, [1969]b / various sizes; four photos taped together. Photos have been left taped together to avoid further damage; UK Publicity Department photo.Fine Arts - Music, School of - Choral Groups 10C4187Girls Glee Club with Professor Carl Lampert; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1918]b / w, 5.5 inches by 8 inches.10C4188Women's Glee Club (directed by Mildred S. Lewis with Accompanist Adele South Gensemer); This image is on page 222 of the 1941 Kentuckian; Photographer: LaFayette Studio, [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4189Men's Glee Club (directed by Donald W. Allton); This image is on page 223 of the 1941 Kentuckian; Photographer: LaFayette Studio , [1941]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4190Glee Club rehearsals; Photographer: Ben L. Williams, [1950]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4191University choristers at a Christmas concert; This image is on page 136 of the 1957 Kentuckian, 1956b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4192Women's Glee Club with pianist Ann Vimond, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4193Men's Glee Club, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4194University of Kentucky Choristers, Lexington Singers, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Max Rudolf perform in Memorial Coliseum; Photographer: John P. Malick, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4194aUniversity of Kentucky Choristers, Lexington Singers, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Max Rudolf perform in Memorial Coliseum; Photographer: John P. Malick, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4195Madrigal Singers dressed for performance; From left to right: Jan Maddox, Donna Poole, Jesse Stith, John Boller, and Susan Talbert, 1963, November 20b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4196Madrigal Singers dressed for performance at the Guignol Theatre, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4196aMadrigal Singers dressed for performance at the Guignol Theatre, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4197Max Rudolf conducting a rehearsal in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4198Max Rudolf conducting a rehearsal in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4199Professors of Voice Aimo Kiviniemi and Phyllis Jenness in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4200University of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4200aUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4201University of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4202University of Kentucky Choristers perform with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Max Rudolf in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4203University of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4203aUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4203bUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10C4203cUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.10C4203dUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 4.10C4203eUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 5.10C4203fUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 6.10C4204The percussion section during the University of Kentucky chorus performance in Carnegie Hall; Photographer: Beth Bergman, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4205University of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4206University of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4206aUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4206bUniversity of Kentucky Choristers perform in Carnegie Hall, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10C4207President John Oswald (far right) traveled to New York with the chorus for their performance at Carnegie Hall; Photographer: Beth Bergman, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4208President John Oswald (far right) traveled to New York with the chorus for their performance at Carnegie Hall; Photographer: Beth Bergman, [1968]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.124583Girls' Glee Club; Includes (not in place order): Josephine Evans, Elizabeth Allen, Mary Lyons, Betty Brown, Elizabeth Bertram, Geneva Rice, Lucille Hendrix, Sara Metcalf Piper, Laura Lee Robertson, Lucille Blatz, Elsie Rache, Marian Kincheloe, Genieve Wells, Mrs. Clarence Gaugh, Sally Burns, Mary Anna Dev, Edna (Margaret) Smith (Mrs. Tom Borden), Katherine Reed, Georgia Lee Murphey, Mary Hardy Ligon, Mary Archer Bell, and Elizabeth Cook (pianist); Margaret Smith (Mrs. Tom Borden) is marked # 15); This image is on page 213 of the 1920 Knetuckian, [1920]b / w, 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Torn.Fine Arts - Music, School of - Orchestra10C4209Simfonietta conducted by Alexander Capurso in Memorial Hall; This image is on page 225 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9 inches.10C4210University Symphony Orchestra with Edwin E. Stein conducting; Photographer: LaFayette Studio, [1951 - 1952]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4211University Faculty Quartet with Marvin Rabin, Gordon Kinney (second from right), and Kenneth Wright (far left); Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4211aUniversity Faculty Quartet with Marvin Rabin, Gordon Kinney (second from right), and Kenneth Wright (far left); Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4212University Orchestra; This image is on page 138 of the 1957 Kentuckian, [1957]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches.10C4213University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra conducted by Edwin E. Stein; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4214Soloists who performed with the University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra in Memorial Hall; John Hall with trumpet and Valerie Hembree of Corbin with flute, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4214aSoloists who performed with the University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra in Memorial Hall; John Hall with trumpet and Valerie Hembree of Corbin with flute, 1961b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.Fine Arts - Theater, School of 10C4215An audience watches an outdoors performance, [1910]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10C4215aAn audience watches an outdoors performance, [1910]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Duplicate 1.10C4216Members of the Strollers organization perform a play; This image is on page 312 of the 1912 Kentuckian, [1912]b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches. Corner torn.10C4217Guignol Theater drama; Photographer: John Mitchell, 1920b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4218A rehearsal of a theater production; This image is on page 40 of the 1965 Kentuckian, 1930b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Cropping tape.10C4219Shakespeare's "King Lear" presented by Theatre Arts in the Guignol Theater; From left to right: William F. Nave (as Lear) and James Inman (as Foal); Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1953, Februaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 140.10C4220Shakespeare's "King Lear" presented by Theatre Arts in the Guignol Theater with William Nave (center) as Lear; Photographer: Mack Hughes, 1953, Februaryb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4221"The Madwoman of Chaillot;" From left to right: Sue Jackson, Claire Wood, and Page Williams, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4222Cast members of the play "Love is Madness;" James Woodward (left) as Montgomery Nelson, Sheila Strunk (center) as Beatrice Killgarden, and Donald Ivey (right) as Bertie Preston , 1954b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4223"The Beggars Opera;" From left to right: JoAnn Anderson, Harry Dean Stanton, And Jane Lambert, 1954, February 21b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4224"The Beggars Opera;" From left to right: JoAnn Anderson, Harry Dean Stanton, And Jane Lambert, 1954, February 21b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4225"Heartbreak House;" From left to right: James Frommeyer, Tommy Marston, Jackie Judy, Doug Roy, Frances Naue, Elizabeth Hicks, and Robert Elam, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4226"Ain't It Awful" with Ann Huddleston (left), Phyllis Jenness (center), and Phyllis Dean (right), [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4227Tau Sigma, an independent dance group with recitals at Euclid Avenue Building, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4228Guignol Players officers including Vicki Arrington, vice - president; Jackie Mundell, treasurer; Suzanne Shively, president; Frances Nave, secretary; and Ernest L. Rhodes, faculty advisor, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4229Newly elected officers of Guignol Players and their sponsor plan for the 1956 - 1957 theater season; From left to right: Vicki Arrington, Louisville vice - president; Jackie Mundell, Lexington treasurer; Suzanne Shively, Lexington president; and Frances Nave, Lexington secretary; with Ernest L. Rhodes, seated, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4230Guignol Players rehearse a play; Doug Ray, standing, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4231Guignol Players rehearse a play; Doug Ray, standing, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4232"Murder in the Cathedral;" From left to right: Ruth Enfield Richmond, Kitty Andrews, Beti Webb, Frances Nave, Ewell Cornett, Nancy Nicholson, Eleanor Fish, Mikell Gorman, and Sarah Milward, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4233"Murder in the Cathedral;" From left to right: Ruth Enfield Richmond, Kitty Andrews, Beti Webb, Frances Nave, Ewell Cornett, Nancy Nicholson, Eleanor Fish, Mikell Gorman, and Sarah Milward, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4234"Murder in the Cathedral" promotional photo; Ewel Cornett (center) of Louisville appears as Thomas Beckett; Surrounding him with swords are, from left to to right, the Knights: Dudley Saunders, Lexington; Luke Choate, Paducah; Brad Clark, Covington; and Ronnie Chilton, Danville, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4235From left to right: Russ Mabley, Scott Long, and E. R. (Buddy) Purdon, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4236Altering a costume; Kneeling: Vicki Arrington; Standing: June McCulley, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4237"The Medium;" From left to right: Ebba Jo Haagenson, Sally Hoffman Braun, and Leonard Wolfe, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4238"The Medium;" From left to right: Sally Hoffman Braun, Dudley Saunders, and Phyllis Tilten Hurt; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4239"The Medium;" From left to right: Sally Hoffman Braun, Dudley Saunders, and Phyllis Tilton Hurt; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4240Lab Theater; From left to right: John Darsi, Fred Sliter, Joe Ray, and Nancy Niles, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4241Lab Theater; From left to right: John Darsi, Fred Sliter, Joe Ray, and Nancy Niles, [1956]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.10C4242University of Kentucky stagecraft class working on a Welsh cottage set for "The Corn is Green" to be presented by the Guignol Theater; Arch Rainey, technical director, stands atop a ladder, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4243University of Kentucky stagecraft class working on a Welsh cottage set for "The Corn is Green" to be presented by the Guignol Theater; Arch Rainey, technical director, stands atop a ladder, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4244University of Kentucky stagecraft class working on a Welsh cottage set for "The Corn is Green" to be presented by the Guignol Theater; Arch Rainey, technical director, stands atop a ladder, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4245Jane Lambert and Dudley Saunders in costume, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4246"The Taming of the Shrew;" Seated from left to right: Norval Copeland, Mary Ann Stevenson, and Ben Storey; Standing: Claude Trapp, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4247"The Taming of the Shrew;" Seated from left to right: Gene Arkle, Page Williams, Mary Ann Stevenson, Ben Storey, Jane Perkins; Standing: Jruin? Pickett, Charles Galloway, John Veltri, Norval Copeland, Claude Trapp, Alec Murphy, Ralph Albers, and Ronnie Boyd, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4248From left to right: Page Williams, Paul Corum, and Sylvia Jett; Photographer: John Mitchell, [1956, March 24]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4249Jacqueline Gurnett, Linda Link, Fred Sliter, and Jack Johnson sing "One, Two, Three, Four, Superman" as they play a children's game in the New York tenement district setting of "Street Scene", [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4250Jo Bishop and Jim Inman sing "Moon - Faced, Starry - Eyed", [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4251A mob scene in a play at the Guignol Theater, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4252Guignol Players present "Dear Brutus;" Joe Ray (left) portrays the part of Dearth, the artist, and Nancy Niles in the role of Margaret, the "might - have - been" daughter, 1956, Aprilb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.10C4253Guignol Players present "Dear Brutus;" Joe Ray (left) portrays the part of Dearth, the artist, and Nancy Niles in the role of Margaret, the "might - have - been" daughter, 1956, Aprilb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4254Actresses Paige Williams (left) and Jane Lambert (right) in "The Innocents" by William Archibald at the Guignol Theater, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4255A fencing lesson for "Ciprano;" From left to right: Marcel Simpson, Dr. Robert Hensley (fencing instructor), Nornell Copeland, and Doug Ray, [1957, March]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4256Players performing on stage, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4257Rehearsing for a play; From left to right: Ernest L. Rhodes, Tommy Marston, Scott Long, Mae Marie Sexton, and Frances Nave, [1957, October 9]b / w, 4 inches by 8.5 inches.10C4258Backstage crew; From left to right: Arch Rainey, set designer, Bill Callas, and Jackie Mundell, [1957]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.10C4259Leila Sherman and Gene Arkle in "Uncle Vanya;" Photographer: Lexington Photo Engraving Company, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Blue and orange pencil marks.10C4260James and Ardis King, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Black pencil marks.10C4261Guignol Theater and Opera workshop of the University of Kentucky present Summer opera "Carousel;" Pictured at a script conference are: John Renfro, dance director; Wallace N. Briggs, production director; Leonard Wolfe, director of chorus; Aimo Kiviniem, director of opera workshop and music director; Photo appeared 1957, June 30 in the Lexington Herald - Leader, 1957, Juneb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4262"Carousel" opera workshop; From left to right: Dr. Kiviniemi, Carolyn Turner, Sue Henry, Jane Lee Forrest, and Tommy Marston, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4263"Carousel" opera workshop; From left to right: Dr. Diviniemi, Carolyn Turner, Sue Henry, Jane Lee Forrest, and Tommy Marston, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4264"Carousel" opera workshop; From left to right: Dr. Diviniemi, Carolyn Turner, Sue Henry, Jane Lee Forrest, and Tommy Marston, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4265Steve Clark (right) is working and talking to Barbara Zweifel (left) backstage of a play in the Guignol Theater; This photo is on page 6 of the 1960 K - Book (student handbook), [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4266"The Cherry Orchard;" From left to right: Jackie Judy, Dorothy ?, and Joe Ray, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.10C4267Performers on a stage, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4268"Look Homeward Angel;" Pictured in the set: Gail Peterson, Peggy Olmstead, Betty Maxson, Twink McDowell, Jerry McAtee, Kenny Baker, and Linda Brown Rue; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1960, October 18]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4269A couple practice for a play, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4271"Dark of the Moon" presented by the Guignol Theater; This image is on page 68 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10C4272"Three Men on a Horse;" This image is on page 420 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4273"Three Men on a Horse;" This image is on page 41 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4274"The Rivals;" This image is on page 69 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4275"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", [1980s]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marls.10D4276Vanessa Black plays a chorus member and Donna Jo Thorndale plays Cassandra in "The Oresteia," a Greek tragedy, [1991]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10D4277Vanessa Black plays a chorus member and Donna Jo Thorndale plays Cassandra in "The Oresteia," a Greek tragedy, [1991]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.346251The Strollers theater group portraying a basketball team in an unidentified play. This image is in the 1912 Kentuckian on page 311, 1912b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.Graduate Studies - Fellowships10D4278University of Kentucky graduate students awarded $1,800 fellowships by the Kentucky Research Foundation for a year's study at UK; They and their subjects are, from left to right: John Bond Wells, Lexington, Mathematics; William H. Snedegar, Jr., Lexington, Physics; Thomas Blyth Gentry, Danville, English; and William J. Sowder, Roanoke, Virginia, English, [1955, April 21]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4279John Melyer (right) shaking hands with John Wilty (left) , [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.10D4280John Melyer (right) shaking hands with John Wilty (left) , [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4281University of Kentucky students who have won $1,800 fellowships; From left to right: Ralph A. Hovermale, Edward M. Coffman, and John W. Boring, [1956, April 9]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Damaged.10D4282University of Kentucky students who have won $1,800 fellowships; From left to right: Ralph A. Hovermale, Edward M. Coffman, and John W. Boring, [1956, April 9]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Red pencil marks.Human Environmental Sciences - Family and Consumer Sciences, Department of (formerly Home Economics) 10D4283A Home Economics class instructed by Miss Marshall; Used in an illustrated folder, 1908b / w, 4 inches by 7.5 inches; IrregularPhoto pasted on cardboard.10D4284A Home Economics class; Used in an illustrated folder, 1908b / w, 4 inches by 7.5 inches; IrregularPhoto pasted on cardboard.10D4285Students serving breakfast in the Practice Dining Room under the instruction of Miss White, [1910]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10D4286A sewing class, [1919]b / w, 4 inches by 6.5 inches. Photo on cardboard backing.10D4287From left to right: Marion Vallean, Evelyn Kennedy, and Mary Edwin Stamper in the Costume Designing Lab; This image is on page 64 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 3.5 inches by 4 inches.10D4288Alpha Zeta, the Home Economics Club; This image is on page 67 of the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.10D4289Students making patterns, [1953 - 1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4290Students making patterns, [1953 - 1954]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Torn edge.10D4291Students work in a sewing class, 1955, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4292Students work in a sewing class, 1955b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4293A student gets fitted for a dress, 1955, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4294A student gets fitted for a dress, 1955, Novemberb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4295From left to right: Julia Collier, Betty Orme (maiden name) Quisenberry, and Ann Wiley, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4296A woman looks at a doll from the Rees Doll Collection; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1955, December]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Black pencil marks.10D4297A Home Economics student modeling her suit that she created, [1956]b / w, 2.5 inches by 8 inches.10D4298Rees Doll Collection in the Home Economics building; Photographer: John Mitchell, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4299Two women look at a doll from the Rees Doll Collection, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4300Marie Barkley (far right) teaches Home Economics students, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4301University of Kentucky Housing Class; From left to right: Lula Clarkson, Mrs. Roland Ratliff, Joan Pittelko, Nancy Trapp, Alice Craig, Mary Jane Cassidy, and Roberta Cocanougher, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 9 inches.10D4301aUniversity of Kentucky Housing Class; From left to right: Lula Clarkson, Mrs. Roland Ratliff, Joan Pittelko, Nancy Trapp, Alice Craig, Mary Jane Cassidy, and Roberta Cocanougher, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10D4302University of Kentucky Housing Class, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4303University of Kentucky Housing Class in a kitchen; From left to right: Frances McAtee, Sue Chandler, Winnefred Shane, Nancy Trapp, Patsy Mayhers, and Marilyn Wright, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4303aUniversity of Kentucky Housing Class in a kitchen; From left to right: Frances McAtee, Sue Chandler, Winnefred Shane, Nancy Trapp, Patsy Mayhers, and Marilyn Wright, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10D4304Marie Barkley teaches Food Preparation, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4305Students demonstrate principles in the construction of a footstool in the Home Furnishings Laboratory, [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4306Testing berries; From left to right: Carl Chaplin, Doris Tichenor, and Dr. J. C. Rodriguez, [1957]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.10D4307Testing berries; From left to right: Carl Chaplin, Doris Tichenor, Dr. J. C. Rodriguez, and Dr. Abby Marlatt, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4308Testing berries; From left to right: Carl Chaplin, Doris Tichenor, Dr. J. C. Rodriguez, and Dr. Abby Marlatt, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4309Dr. Abby Marlatt (right), director of the School of Home Economics, and instructor Lois Combs inspect the newly furnished kitchen including the new refrigerator in the Home Economics building, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4310Dr. Abby Marlatt (right), director of the School of Home Economics, and instructor Lois Combs inspect the newly installed liquefied - petroleum - gas range in the Home Economics building, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4311Dr. Abby Marlatt (right), director of the School of Home Economics, and instructor Lois Combs inspect the newly installed liquefied - petroleum - gas range in the Home Economics building, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4312Nutrition Research Laboratory students, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4313Students line up outside the Home Economics building, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4314Home Economics students in a kitchen, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4315Home Economics students in a kitchen, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4316Home Economics students in a kitchen, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4317Home Economics students in a kitchen, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4318Home Economics students in a kitchen, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4319Home Economics students in a kitchen, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4320Students in a sewing class; Frances Harding at second table on left, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4321Students in a sewing class; Frances Harding at second table on left, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4322Students in a sewing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4323Students in a sewing class, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4324From left to right: June Lee Mefford, Helen Wilmore, head of Richards House, Radmila Anie, Alice Price, and Carrie Burton, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4325From left to right: Helen Wilmore, Radmila Anie, Alice Price, Carrie Burton, and June Lee Mefford, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4326Girls at Richards House; From left to right: Helen Wilmore, Radmila Anie, Alice Price, Carrie Burton, and June Lee Mefford, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4327Students set a table, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4328From left to right: June Lee Mefford, Alice Price, Carrie Burton, and Radmila Anie, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4329From left to right: Evangeline Kelsay, Ethyl Lee Parker, and an unidentified, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4330Painting a bedroom; From left to right: Emma Lois Sheppard, Nell Jo Hensley, and Sandra Montgomery, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4331A set table, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4332Cleaning a living room are June Foy (left) and Beverley Cardwell (right), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4333Setting a table in a dining room are Pat Clarke DeMarcus (left) and Norma Cable (right), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4334Ironing are, from left to right: Lou Ellen Russell, of Franklin, House Mother Mrs. Ethyl Squires, and Lynn Cratcher, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4335Students in experimental foods standardize their procedure for jelly making, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4336Preparing dinner for the girls at the Hamilton House are Draxie Newson (left) and Marilyn Massay (right); Associated Press wire photo, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4337College of Home Economics Opportunity Day; Nettie Williams, Eleanor Ardery, and Phyllis Dotson, all of Paris High School, visited the school; Jane Williams (far right), a senior in Home Economics, served as a guide, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4337aCollege of Home Economics Opportunity Day; Nettie Williams, Eleanor Ardery, and Phyllis Dotson, all of Paris High School, vistited the school; Jane Williams (far right), a senior in Home Economics, served as a guide, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10D4338Women cooking in a kitchen, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4339A Home Economics student displays a jacket, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4340A Family Living class; From left to right: Meghan Nelson, Janet Stephens, Nancy Wilson, Jack Schulze, Bill Carder, and Jim Lyon, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4341Student officers for Home Economics; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4342Dr. Anna Gorman with girls who bypassed Food and Clothing tests in Home Economics, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4343Members of Phi Epsilon Omicron, the women's Home Economics honorary society, make fruitcakes; From left to right: Martha Ann Hurt, Kris Ramsey, Teena Fredrickson, and Wilma Basham, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4344University of Kentucky Day Care Center with Home Economics students, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4345Abby Marlatt (center) with two unidentified women, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4345aAbby Marlatt (center) with two unidentified women, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4346New University of Kentucky Home Economics professors in 1960; From left to right seated: Shirley Newsom and Robini Dashi; Standing: Catherine Kiss and Norma Perry, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4347From left to right: Mary Wynn Leake and Barbara Sublett, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4348From left to right: Mary Wynn Leake and Barbara Sublett, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4349From left to right: Mary Wynn Leake and Barbara Sublett, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4350Christmas luncheon; From left to right: Teena Frederickson, Billie Reed, and Patricia Solomon, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4351Children enjoy lunch in the Child Development Laboratory, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4352Style show, [1960]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches.10D4353Students in a Courtship and Marriage course; From left to right: Jerry Dickerson, Beverly Powell, Richard Regna, Charlotte Jones, and Carolyn Colpitts, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4354Home Economics students modeling their final exams, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4355Home Economics students modeling their final exams, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4356Home Economics council, [1962 - 1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4357Women check the board for workshops for County Council (Maryland) Presidents and Committee Chairmen, 1962, Marchb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4358Home Economics student receives an award, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4358aHome Economics student receives an award, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4359Home Economics banquet, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4360Roberta Taylor (right) awards a scholarship to an unidentified woman, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10D4360aRoberta Taylor (right) awards a scholarship to an unidentified woman, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.245493Adele Arrington demonstrates a shoe horn as Nancy King and Dottie Goins look on, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517418"Fantasy." A pantomime given at a Homemakers Conference. There are men in black face, [1922]b / w, 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517419A group picture of Home Demonstration Agents and Leaders. 1. Mrs. Geo. Hatton, 2. Miss Lulie Logan, 3. Miss Mary Sweeny, 4. Miss Gertrude McCheyne, 5. Mrs. Frances Y. Kline, 6. Mrs. Mary S. Harbison, 7. unidentified, 8. unidentified, 9, [1922]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517419Home Demonstration Agents and Leaders. 1. Mrs. Geo. Hatton, 2. Miss Lulie Logan, 3. Miss Mary Sweeny, 4. Miss Gertrude McCheyne, 5. Mrs. Frances Y. Kline, 6. Mrs. Mary S. Harbison, 7. unidentified, 8. unidentified, 9. Mrs. Beardsley, 10. Mrs. Roxie C. Perkins, 11.Jacqueline Hall, 12. unidentified, 13. Mrs. Jennie Grubbs, 14. Mrs. Octavia E. Evans, 15. Lucy Belle Settle, 16. Dora Sonnenday, 17. Maude Meguiar, 18. Elsie Brunhoff, 19. Artie Ashbrook, 20. Mrs. Margaret D. Jonas, [1922]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.517419AHome Demonstration Agents and Leaders. 1. Mrs. Geo. Hatton, 2. Miss Lulie Logan, 3. Miss Mary Sweeny, 4. Miss Gertrude McCheyne, 5. Mrs. Frances Y. Kline, 6. Mrs. Mary S. Harbison, 7. unidentified, 8. unidentified, 9. Mrs. Beardsley, 10. Mrs. Roxie C. Perkins, 11.Jacqueline Hall, 12. unidentified, 13. Mrs. Jennie Grubbs, 14. Mrs. Octavia E. Evans, 15. Lucy Belle Settle, 16. Dora Sonnenday, 17. Maude Meguiar, 18. Elsie Brunhoff, 19. Artie Ashbrook, 20. Mrs. Margaret D. Jonas, [1922]b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches This is a duplicate. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.Law 10D4361Legislature Committee including J. B. Newman (front row, left); Judge E. C. O'Rear? (front row, right); S. J. Patrick (back row, third from right); C. W. Mathews (back row, second from right), 1908b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Glass negative from the L. E. Nollau collection.10D4362Students in the Law Library, [1916]b / w, 6 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10D4363Judge W. T. Lafferty (marked number 13) with other men during a practice court session, [1916]b / w, 5.5 inches by 7 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4364Law professors and students pose before a presentation of "Lady Windermere's Fan" by the Strollers, [1934, April]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4365Dr. Alfred Peter's birthday celebration with H. E. Curtis and C. T. Mathews at Experiment Station; Mathews was Dean of the Law School and Dr. Alfred Peter, professor of Chemistry, 1927, May 25b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.10E4366Lafferty Hall, the Law building, with Henry Neal standing on the steps, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4367Lafferty Hall, the Law building, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4368The editor, associate editor and note editor of the Kentucky Law Journal, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4369The editor, associate editor and note editor of the Kentucky Law Journal, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4370Students study in the Law Library; Includes Robert E. Adams (seated, front, in sweater); Gene Oliver (seated, second table, head on hand); and Joseph E. Johnson III (second from front along left wall), [1956]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4371Winners in a will - drafting contest, sponsered by the University of Kentucky College of Law, are from left to right: Luther House (first), Arthur E. Abshine (second), and Henry Snyder (third); The men won $100, $50, and $25; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4372Dean W. L. Matthews with other unidentified men, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4373Members of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right seated: James Park, Jr., Leslie Morris II, and Glen Green; Standing: Thomas P. Lewis, law professor, and Jesse Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4374Members of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right seated: James Park, Jr., Leslie Morris II, and Glen Green; Standing: Thomas P. Lewis, law professor, and Jesse Hall, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4375Students study in the Law Library; Luther House, front left, in plaid shirt, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4376Students study in the Law Library; Gene Oliver, first table on far left, hand to head, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4377Books in the Law Library, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4378Students socializing outside of Lafferty Hall; Luther House, second man on far right, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 128.10E4378aStudents socializing outside of Lafferty Hall; Luther House, second man on far right, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1; Red pencil marks.10E4379Law students take advantage of recreational opportunities on the front lawn of Lafferty Hall, which housed the Law School., [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 129.10E4380Law Library; First table: Jim Prater; From left to right, Second table: John Morgan, George Shadoan, and Bill Priest (back to camera), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4381Students studying in the Law Library; From left to right: Carl Clontz, George Shadoan, Bill Priest, Ken Ragland, and Jim Prater (Prather?), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4382Students studying in the Law Library; First table: Jim Prater; From left to right, Second table: John Morgan, George Shadoan, and Bill Priest (back to camera), [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4383Students studying in the Law Library; From left to right: Carl Clontz, George Shadoan, Bill Priest, and Ken Ragland, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4384Mary Dunne being presented a corsage by the College of Law students, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4385Editorial Board for the Law Journal; Seated from left: Linza Inabnit, Lawrenceburg, editor - in - chief; Robert E. Adams, Salyersville, associate editor; and Fred Bradley, Providence, comment editor; Standing: James H. Birdwell, Shelby County, note editor; Professor Tom Lewis, faculty editor; and Arthur L. Brooks, Jr., Cave City, comment editor, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4385aEditorial Board for the Law Journal; Seated from left: Linza Inabnit, Lawrenceburg, editor - in - chief; Robert E. Adams, Salyersville, associate editor; and Fred Bradley, Providence, comment editor; Standing: James H. Birdwell, Shelby County, note editor; Professor Tom Lewis, faculty editor; and Arthur L. Brooks, Jr., Cave City, comment editor, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4385bEditorial Board for the Law Journal; Seated from left: Linza Inabnit, Lawrenceburg, editor - in - chief; Robert E. Adams, Salyersville, associate editor; and Fred Bradley, Providence, comment editor; Standing: James H. Birdwell, Shelby County, note editor; Professor Tom Lewis, faculty editor; and Arthur L. Brooks, Jr., Cave City, comment editor, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10E4386Law students chosen as Mock Trial Attorneys for Law Day ceremonies; From left to right: Arthur Brooks and Donald D. Harkins, attorneys for the defense; and Carl L. Clontz and Charles English, attorneys for the prosecution, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4387Urban Conference; M. E. H. Rotival, center; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4388Law fraternity chapter officers; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4389Men look at a book in the Law Library, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4390Commercial Code Conference; Ben Fowler, seated center, William Matthews (seated right) [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4391A film being taken of men posed on stairs, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4392Men in hats, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4393Men in hats, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4394A law classroom, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4395Law students surround Dr. William L. Matthews, Jr., dean of the College of Law, as they prepare for moot court competition; From left to right: Morris B. Floyd, Lexington; David F. McAbelly, Liberty; Harold M. Wilson, Jr., Henderson; James W. Sheperd, Carlisle; James G. Osborne, South Fort Mitchell; Frank F. Wilson, II, Lexington; Richard M. Davis, Lexington; and Jospeh B. Murphy, Campton, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4396Moot court competitors; From top to bottom in pairs: David F. McAnelly, Liberty, and James W. Sheperd, Carlisle; Joseph B. Murphy, Campton, and Morris B. Floyd, Lexington; James G. Osborne, South Fort Mitchell, and Richard M. Davis, Lexington; Frank F. Wilson, II, Lexington, and Harold M. Wilson, Jr., Henderson, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4396aMoot court competitors; From top to bottom in pairs: David F. McAnelly, Liberty, and James W. Sheperd, Carlisle; Joseph B. Murphy, Campton, and Morris B. Floyd, Lexington; James G. Osborne, South Fort Mitchell, and Richard M. Davis, Lexington; Frank F. Wilson, II, Lexington, and Harold M. Wilson, Jr., Henderson, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4396bMoot court competitors; From top to bottom in pairs: David F. McAnelly, Liberty, and James W. Sheperd, Carlisle; Joseph B. Murphy, Campton, and Morris B. Floyd, Lexington; James G. Osborne, South Fort Mitchell, and Richard M. Davis, Lexington; Frank F. Wilson, II, Lexington, and Harold M. Wilson, Jr., Henderson, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10E4397A man reads the College of Law bulletin for 1959 - 1961 in front of a picture of the Administration Building, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4398Moot court, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4399The editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4399aThe editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4399bThe editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10E4399cThe editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.10E4399dThe editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 4.10E4399eThe editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 5.10E4399fThe editorial staff of the Kentucky Law Journal; From left to right: Robert G. Zweigart, Maysville, comment editor; K. Sidney Newman, Lexington, editor - in - chief; Thomas L. Jones, Greensburg, associate editor; and William M. Dishman, Danville, note editor, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 6.10E4400Men holding a book in the Law Library, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4400aMen holding a book in the Law Library, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4401Dr. William L. Matthews, Jr., dean of the College of Law (right), gives final instructions to three of is students before they depart for St. Louis to represent the University of Kentucky in the Regional Moot Court Competition; From left to right: H. Wayne Riddle, Lexington; S. Roy Woodall, Jr., Frankfort; and Larry D. Raikes, Hodgenville, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4401aDr. William L. Matthews, Jr., dean of the College of Law (right), gives final instructions to three of is students before they depart for St. Louis to represent the University of Kentucky in the Regional Moot Court Competition; From left to right: H. Wayne Riddle, Lexington; S. Roy Woodall, Jr., Frankfort; and Larry D. Raikes, Hodgenville, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4402Finalists in the annual University of Kentucky College of Law Moot Court Competition thrash out a point with Dean William L. Matthews, center; From left to right: Larry Raikes, Hodgenville; Clyde Stapleton, Martin; H. Wayne Riddle, Kenwick, Washington; and S. Roy Woodall, Jr., Paducah, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4402aFinalists in the annual University of Kentucky College of Law Moot Court Competition thrash out a point with Dean William L. Matthews, center; From left to right: Larry Raikes, Hodgenville; Clyde Stapleton, Martin; H. Wayne Riddle, Kenwick, Washington; and S. Roy Woodall, Jr., Paducah, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4402bFinalists in the annual University of Kentucky College of Law Moot Court Competition thrash out a point with Dean William L. Matthews, center; From left to right: Larry Raikes, Hodgenville; Clyde Stapleton, Martin; H. Wayne Riddle, Kenwick, Washington; and S. Roy Woodall, Jr., Paducah, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 2.10E4402cFinalists in the annual University of Kentucky College of Law Moot Court Competition thrash out a point with Dean William L. Matthews, center; From left to right: Larry Raikes, Hodgenville; Clyde Stapleton, Martin; H. Wayne Riddle, Kenwick, Washington; and S. Roy Woodall, Jr., Paducah, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 3.10E4403Law students in the Law Library; From left to right: Bill Fortune, Bill Minogue, Joe Savage, Sam Whitehead, and two unidentified men, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4404Men stand near a machine expectantly; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4405Kentucky Law Journal staff; From left to right: Frank N. King, Jackson W. White, Roy Woodall, Whayne Priest, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Ink marks.10E4406Dean Mathews and law students, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Ink marks.10E4407Students in the College of Law participate in a guided discussion on a point of legal practice during a professional seminar, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4408Student Bar Association; Row One: Chappell Wilson, Richard Lewis, J. Patrick Sullivan; Row Two: Michael Conover, secretary; Roger Schnitzler, vice - president; Harold Rogers, president; Daniel Yates, treasurer]; This image is on page 301 of the 1964 Kentuckian, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Orange pencil marks.10E4409Men look at a pamphlet; This image is on page 301 of the 1964 Kentuckian, [1964]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4410College of Law, Moot Court Board; Seated: Clifford Smith, Jr., Armer Maham and William Martin, Standing: Charles Walters, David Enlow, William Arvin and David Cole , 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4410aCollege of Law, Moot Court Board; Seated: Clifford Smith, Jr., Armer Maham and William Martin, Standing: Charles Walters, David Enlow, William Arvin and David Cole, 1964 , 1964b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.10E4411From left to right: Scott Reed, Dean and Mrs. Matthews, and Charles Landrum; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1971]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.Medicine4E1575Members of UK College of Medicine's Class of 1964 (first class accepted by the college) examine a black leather medicine kit. From left to right: Richard E. Geist, Martin Gebrow, Thomas W. Hagan, and Manuchehr Alavi. Received February 21, 1962 from Public Relations, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4412Chancellor Peter Bosomworth (third from left), Josie Bosomworth (second from left), and six unidentified; Photographer: Rubio Salazar, 1977, February 16b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4413Medal, "Let The Light Remain," by Christian Peterson, sculptor, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446951Four unidentified men in white coats are standing in a room, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph.446952Unidentified male and female medical students are listing to an unidentified man in a classroom, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph.517439Members of the Committee on Educational Policy and Curriculum discuss the number of hours to be devoted to each area of study. From the left: Dr. Alan Ross, Dr. Robert E. McCafferty, Dr. William Knisely, Dr. Robert Straus, Dean William R. Willard, Dr. Joseph Parker, Dr. Edmund Pellegrino, and Dr. George Schwert, 1960, February 5b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517441From the left: Dr. Robert Straus and Dr. Howard Bost are talking, 1959, March 6b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517443Anesthesiology class located in the Medical Center. Students are listening to College of Medicine Professors, [1969]b / w, 8.25 inches by 10.25 inches.517444Four men are standing with a portable x-ray machine. From the left: Lawrence Hill, Chief X-Ray Technician, State Health Department; Dr. H. M. Vaniviere, Associate Professor of Community Medicine; Thomas Layton, former secretary of the Kentucky Hospital Commission; and Luther Hall, x-ray technician, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517446The Lexington Lions Club presents glaucoma examination equipment to the UK Medical Center. From the left: Dr. Richard Kielar, assistant professor of ophthalmology; Joe Hager, Jim O'Nan, and Joe Hawkins, of the Lions Club; and Judge T. Calton, UK Hospital administration, undatedb / w, 6 inches by 8 inches. This photograph was taken by J. Frank Anderson of the Herald-Leader.517447Two unidentified people are in a research laboratory, undatedb / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Medicine - Anatomy and Physiology, Department of8D3358An X - Ray on 26x seed plate of Dr. Davis' arm. The X - Ray was most likely taken by Dr. Pryor., [1911]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. A glass negative print transferred from the Physics Department; The Boyce prints were received in December 1964; In F-Series Box 2, Folder 37, Item 3.8D3359Men taking an X-Ray of a horse's foot for Sphar. The X - Ray was most likely taken by Dr. Pryor., [1911]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. A glass negative print transferred from the Physics Department; The Boyce prints were received in December 1964.8D3360A man getting an X - Ray with an X - Ray machine. The X - Ray was most likely taken by Dr. Pryor., [1911]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. A glass negative print transferred from the Physics Department; The Boyce prints were received in December 1964; In F-Series Box 1, Folder 25, Item 1; Also see X - Rays 978, 979.10E4414Physiology classroom, [1897 - 1898]Cyanotype, 6 inches by 8.5 inches.10E4415Anatomy and physiology classroom, [1897 - 1898]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4416Anatomy and physiology classroom, [1897 - 1898]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy from original.10E4417Anatomy and physiology lecture room, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4417aAnatomy and physiology lecture room, [1898]b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1; Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4418Anatomy and physiology classroom, [1898]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4419A classroom in what is now Miller Hall; Professor Arthur M. Miller stands by the door; Image in the 1901 Kentuckian, [1900]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4420First x - ray by Dr. Pryor, [1900]b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4421A radiograph taken by Professors Anderson and Wells; Photographer: Edgar C. Loevenhart, [1900]b / w, 5.5 inches by 6.5 inches. Photo pasted on cardboard.10E4422Dr. Louis L. Bojarsky stands in front of nerve testing equipment, [1953]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4423Members of the first class of medical students at the University of Kentucky's Medical Center; From left to right: Fourth Row: Geist, Christian, Gullett, Hutton, Bennett, Slusher, McGowan, Watson, and Farley; Third Row: Harling, Briggs, Kreutzer, Kimball, McMichael, Hagan, Kaufman, Hellebusch, and Treciokas; Second Row: Young, Bowling, Peveler, Nall, Cunningham, Belhasen, Reynolds, MacDougall, and Weight; First Row: Markesberg, Moore, Dawson, Burchett, West, Alavi, Neel, Gebrow, Sullivan, and Maxson; Threlkeld in wheelchair; Scherer and Serey not present, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446953"X-Ray work from the School of Mechanical Engineering, State College of Kentucky. First result in the Southwest." The model's hand is Minnie Miller. Possibly by professor Joseph W. Pryor or J. H. Wells. Possibly originated by Merry Louis Pence and donated by T. W. Scholtz, [1896]b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.Medicine - Biology and Microbiology, Department of10E4424Bacteriology or Microbiology; Dr. Scherago seated, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.10E4425Biology or Microbiology lab, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce6D2427Graduate seminar; man to the right with hand over mouth is Dr. Vandenbosch, former head of Patterson School of Diplomacy, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.245498Dr. Amry Vanderbosch, Director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce conducts a meeting, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.356326From left to right: Patricia Lamb, professor of English; Vince Davis, Director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy; Zirl Palmer, the first black member of the Board of Trustees, 1974, November 18.b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photo taken by University Information Services.356327In 1971 Vince Davis became the director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce. Vince Davis is discussing the World conference on Women with four unidentified individuals, 1975b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.446990"Looking over Tibetan block books are Dr. William R. Schmalstieg and Dr. Gene R. Schramm of the University of Kentucky." Schmalstieg was an Assistant Professor of the Patterson School in 1958 and Schramm was an instructor of ancient languages in 1958, [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received by Public Relations on July 11, 1958.446991"Looking over Tibetan block books are Dr. William R. Schmalstieg and Dr. Gene R. Schramm of the University of Kentucky." Schmalstieg was an Assistant Professor of the Patterson School in 1958 and Schramm was an instructor of ancient languages in 1958, [1958]b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches. This photograph was received by Public Relations on July 11, 1958.517421Professor Vince Davis (dark suit), Director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, is at the National War College in Washington DC. In the center is the Commandant with is two aides at the left. At the right are General W. Y. Smith, USAF, and LTG Bob Guard, USA. Davis was a guest lecturer, 1978, June 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.517422Professor Vince Davis (right), Director of the Patterson School, is at the National War College in Washington DC. The man in the middle is the two-star commandant with his aide on the left. David was a guest lecturer, 1978, June 19b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.Nursing 114426A nurse takes a patient's pulse and temperature in the infirmary, [1955, March]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114427A nurse takes a patient's pulse and temperature in the infirmary, [1955, March]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114428Members of the College of Nursing learn to use an adjustable bed, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114429Members of the first hospital trainee class; Pictured at the first class session are: Front Row: Virginia Lane, associate professor of nursing; Dr. Judith Pratt, assistant professor of nursing; Mildred Hill, instructor; and Dr. Marion Pearsall, assistant professor of behavioral sciences; Back Row: Jane Kennedy, assistant professor of nursing; Faye Hagan, Dorothy Burden, Clara Thomas, Doris O'Connor, and Edith Chumbley, all students; and Mildred Burke, director of nursing services at Central Baptist Hospital, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114430College of Nursing; Jennifer Jones at left, [1955]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114431A nurse takes a patient's pulse and temperature in the infirmary, [1957]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114432A patient lies in a bed in the infirmary, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114433Members of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114434Members of the College of Nursing practice hospital care; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114435A sampling of nurse uniforms, [1959]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114436 The first hospital trainee class: From left to right, seated: Clara Thomas and Doris O'Connor; Standing: Faye Hagan, Dorothy Burden, and Edith R. Chumley, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114437Doris L. Hall (second from left), nursing officer of Regional Hospital Board at Birmingham, England, visits the University of Kentucky Medical Center under a World Health Organization scholarship; Hall is seated with Sue Kern (left), assistant professor of nursing; Elda M. Hartung, educational consultant for Kentucky State Board of Nurse Education and Registration; and Dean Marcia A. Dake, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114437aDoris L. Hall (second from left), nursing officer of Regional Hospital Board at Birmingham, England, visits the University of Kentucky Medical Center under a World Health Organization scholarship; Hall is seated with Sue Kern (left), assistant professor of nursing; Elda M. Hartung, educational consultant for Kentucky State Board of Nurse Education and Registration; and Dean Marcia A. Dake, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Duplicate 1.114438AppoMonia Adams (center), speaker at Nursing workshop, stands among others; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114439Members of the College of Nursing, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114440Members of the College of Nursing stand by a blackboard, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114441Photo of a nurse's cap, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114442A nurse wraps a patient's wrist with gauze bandages, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114443Linda Enslen, student nurse, entertains a child; This image is on page 291 of the 1963 Kentuckian, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114444Goldie Bell, a nurse at Health Services in the infirmary, [1965]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114445Dr. Kenneth D. Benne, Social Science Professor and Director of Boston University's Human Relation Center with Reta Lubity, instructor at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing; Lexington Herald - Leader staff photo , [1965]b / w, 5.5 inches by 8 inches.114446College of Nursing; Marion E. McKenna (third from left on first row), stands with a group of nursing students, [1976]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.114447Kelly Fitzpatrick (center) receives a five hundred dollar scholarship check from Pam Gage (left), nursing faculty at Lexington Community College and Anne Noffsinger (right), Lexington Community College nursing coordinator, [1992, January 20]b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.245492Dean Marcia Dake (second from left) of the College of Nursing; On 1958, August 1 she was appointed Dean of the College of Nursing , [1958]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446954Jennifer Jones and two unidentified women are looking at a poster that says "Nursing...a rewarding career.", [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is similar to image number 4430 in the General Print File.446955Members of the first nursing class. First row from the left: Mary Beth Sammons, Susan Hunter, Susan Drahmann, Jennifer Jones, Sara Huff, Martha McLallen, Jeraldine Kenney, Linda Enslen, Charlene Kitson, and Emily Honaker. Second row from the left: Judy Hamilton, Shelly Simcox, Glenda Cox, Judy Lawson, Charla Shive, Louise Bargo, Linda Johnson, Elaine Kiviniemi, and Kathryn Ann Thomas. Third row from the left: Donna Hall, Ann Combs, Prudence Puckett, Donna Yancy, Nancy Morgan, Donna Bartley, Sandra Reeves, Jane Bennett, Eleanor Cox, and Sandra Wells. The college of Nursing was founded in September of 1960, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446956Nursing students are with Dean Marcia Dake (seated on table) discussing the outlook for careers in nursing. Seated from the left: Susan Drahmann, Sara Huff, and Kathryn Ann Thomas. Standing is Judy Lawson, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is by Medical Illustrations.446957Miss Suzanne Prough, Assistant Professor of Nursing, explains the various periodical publications concerned with the nursing profession to members of the College of Nursing class. Listening are, from the left, Donna Hall, Margaret Hoskins (College of Nursing receptionist), Louise Bargo, Ann Combs, Linda Enslen, Elaine Kiviniemi, and Martha McLallen, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is by Medical Illustrations.446958Three unidentified women are watching two unidentified women practicing hospital care with an unidentified woman, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is the same as image #4434 in the General Print File.446959Members of the College of Nursing learn to use an adjustable bed, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is similar to image #4428 in the General Print File.446960Dean Dake (left) is seated in her office talking to an unidentified woman, [1960]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is a Lexington Herald-Leader Staff photograph.446961Dean Marcia Dake (second from left) greeted three new faculty members this fall as the second year of classroom activity began at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing. With Dean Drake are Miss May Sanders (left), Assistant Dean of the College; Miss Jean French, and Miss Grace Wallace. The Kentucky Program includes four years' work leading to a baccalaureate degree (B.S.) in nursing, All instructors pictured here are registered professional nurses, [1961]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is similar to image #4439 in the General Print File.446962Dr. Judith Pratt, Associate Professor of Nursing (standing middle row, far right); Virginia Lane, Associate Professor of Nursing (standing back row, second from right); Dean Marcia Dake, Dean of the College of Nursing (seated right); and ten unidentified women, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446963An unidentified woman typing on a type writer, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446964An unidentified female nursing student is studying, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446965Two unidentified nursing students are conversing near the medical center, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446966Two unidentified female nursing students are studying, [1962]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.446967Linda Enslen, student nurse, entertains a young child, [1963]b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is similar to image #4443 in the General Print File.517450Two members of the first class of the College of Nursing loo