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University of Kentucky general photographic prints,, circa 1900 - 2005

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Title

University of Kentucky general photographic prints,

Date

circa 1900 - 2005

Repository

University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections

Conditions Governing Access note

The collection is open to researchers by appointment.

Preferred Citation Note

University of Kentucky general photographic prints, 2001ua025, Special Collections & Digital Programs, University of Kentucky.

Extent

99 Boxes, 19.8 cubic feet

Abstract

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".

Biography/History

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.

Scope and Content

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.

Collection Inventory

Alumni and Reunions
Class of 1908 reunion, University of Kentucky; negative from L. E. Nollau collection; names of individuals listed on photographic sleeve, 1928, May 26
[box: 1A, item: 1] browse
Scope and Content Note:

8 inches by 10 inches, b / w. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Class of 1907 reunion, 1932
[box: 1A, item: 2] browse
Scope and Content Note:

6 inches by 9 inches, b / w.

Robert 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]
[box: 1A, item: 3] browse
Scope and Content Note:

8 inches by 10 inches, b / w.

University 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]
[box: 1A, item: 4] browse
Scope and Content Note:

4.5 inches by 5.5 inches, b / w.

Bust of Neal Trimble McKee, B. M. E. 1903, D. Sc. 1946, [1950]
[box: 1A, item: 5] browse
Scope and Content Note:

7 inches by 9.5 inches, b / w.

A. O. Snoddy (left, class of 1913), of Cincinnati, is talking with John Sharp Chambers at the Class Reunions of 1907, 1913, and 1923, 1963, August
[box: 1A, item: 6] browse
Scope and Content Note:

8 inches by 10 inches, b / w.

Class 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 07
[box: 1A, item: 7] browse
Scope and Content Note:

8 inches by 10 inches, b / w. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Unidentified members of the College of Law class of 1969; this photo was mailed with a letter dated November 10, 1994, [1994]
[box: 1A, item: 8] browse
Scope and Content Note:

3.5 inches by 5 inches, b / w.

1901 Class Reunion- June 1904; six men and four women, 1904, June
[box: 6A, item: 2254] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

During 1903 or 1904, seven women are posing for a picture, undated
[box: 6A, item: 2255] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Print 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]
[box: 6A, item: 2256] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Charles Swift Parrish (second from right) and four other members of the Class of 1907 are at a reunion in 1932, 1932
[box: 51, item: 7455] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.

Alumni Association
General
Large 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]
[box: 1A, item: 9] browse
Scope and Content Note:

6 inches by 8 inches, b / w.

Unidentified men at the Annual Dinner of the Chicago Alumni Association of Kentucky State University, taken at the Great Northern Hotel in Chicago, 1918, March 27
[box: 1A, item: 10] browse
Scope and Content Note:

5 inches by 7 inches, b / w.

Unidentified members of the University of Kentucky Alumni Club and class of 1942; photographer, J. Ivan Potts, Jr, [1945, July 08]
[box: 1A, item: 11] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.

Smith 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]
[box: 1A, item: 12] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8.5 inches by 10 inches.

Pictured 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, July
[box: 1A, item: 13] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6 inches by 7.5 inches.

Philip D. Sang (left) is standing next to his son, [1969]
[box: 1A, item: 14] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Alumni Committee; photos appears in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1A, item: 15] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Candid photos taken a the Alumni Board Meeting, King Alumni House; copy 2, 1980, January 12
[box: 1A, item: 16] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20777, Regular Series.

Jay Brumfield (standing) is showing Bob Whitaker something at an unknown event, [1990]
[box: 1A, item: 17] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Service Awards
The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Marian Sims, Ralph McCracken, Jr., and Bruce K. Davis, 1992
[box: 52, item: 7538] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Ralph McCracken, Jr., Bruce K. Davis, Marian Sims, and Terry Mobley, 1992
[box: 52, item: 7539] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The 1995 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Preston Art, Mike Burleson, Bernie Vonderheide, Barbara Letton, C. M. Newton, and Ed Hamilton, 1995
[box: 52, item: 7540] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Ralph McCracken, Jr., Bruce K. Davis, Marian Sims, and Terry Mobley, 1992
[box: 52, item: 7541] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

Bill Keightley, UK basketball equipment manager, is standing in front of trophies, 1992
[box: 52, item: 7542] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Bill Keightley, UK basketball equipment manager, is standing in front of trophies, 1992
[box: 52, item: 7543] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

The 1994 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Michael A. Burleson, Thomas W. Harris, and Joseph Burch, 1994
[box: 52, item: 7544] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The 1994 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Michael A. Burleson and Thomas W. Harris, 1994
[box: 52, item: 7545] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: T. E. "Gene" Spragens, Michael A. Burleson, William T. Uzzle, and Hank Thompson, undated
[box: 52, item: 7546] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Michael A. Burleson, Thomas W. Harris, and William t. Uzzle, undated
[box: 52, item: 7547] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

The 1993 Alumni Association Service Awards. From the left: Marvin Akers and Richard Bean, 1993
[box: 52, item: 7548] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

Athletics
Baseball
1925 University of Kentucky Baseball, 1925
[box: 1A, item: 18] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 78.

Unidentified baseball player; photo received June 6, 1952 from the Athletic Department, [1932]
[box: 1A, item: 19] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

Unidentified Kentucky baseball player running to third base during a game, [1952]
[box: 1A, item: 20] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified Kentucky baseball player batting during a game; photo appears on page 389 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969
[box: 1A, item: 21] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Baseball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt, 1969; photo appears on page 122 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969
[box: 1A, item: 22] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 186.

Basketball
Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen, 1904
[box: 1A, item: 23] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen (duplicate, Image 23), 1904
[box: 1A, item: 23a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen (duplicate, Image 23), 1904
[box: 1A, item: 23b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified member of the 1908 basketball team, 1908
[box: 1A, item: 24] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 40.

Six unidentified basketball players. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photograph, [1909]
[box: 1A, item: 25] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Three basketball players, left to right: Preston, Harrison, Hart; the individual photos are on pages 140-141, in the 1912 Kentuckian, 1912
[box: 1A, item: 26] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified members of the sophomore basketball team, in front of Buell Armory; photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, 1912
[box: 1A, item: 27] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches.

Unidentified members of the junior basketball team, in front of Buell Armory; photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, 1912
[box: 1A, item: 28] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches.

Members of the 1917-18 basketball team; photo appears in the 1918 Kentuckian, page 216; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1918
[box: 1A, item: 29] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7.25 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Members of the 1918-19 basketball team, unidentified; photo appears on page 152 in the 1919 Kentuckian, 1919
[box: 1A, item: 30] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7.25 inches by 9.5 inches.

Members of the 1921 basketball team, Champions of the South, 1921
[box: 1A, item: 31] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches.

Members of the 1921 basketball team, Champions of the South (duplicate of Image 31), 1921
[box: 1A, item: 31a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Members of the 1925 basketball team, unidentified, 1925
[box: 1A, item: 32] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 9 inches by 11 inches.

Members of the 1926-27 basketball team, unidentified, [1926]
[box: 1A, item: 33] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches.

Members of the 1929-30 basketball team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, [1929]
[box: 1A, item: 34] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7.5 inches by 12 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Members of the 1929-30 Freshman basketball team, unidentified; photographer: E. Martin Jessee, [1929]
[box: 1A, item: 35] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.

Members of the 1929-30 Freshman basketball team, unidentified; photographer: E. Martin Jessee, [1929]
[box: 1A, item: 35a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w,8.5 inches by 11 inches.

Basketball team member James Cavana. Photo appears on page 276 in the 1930 Kentuckian, [1930]
[box: 1A, item: 36] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches.

Basketball team member Ellis Johnson, [1930]
[box: 1A, item: 37] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Head Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with members of the 1931 basketball team, his first season at the University of Kentucky, 1931
[box: 1A, item: 38] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Head Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with members of the 1931 basketball team, his first season at the University of Kentucky (duplicate of Image 38), 1931
[box: 1A, item: 38a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Head Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with members of the 1931 basketball team, his first season at the University of Kentucky (duplicate of Image 38), 1931
[box: 1A, item: 38b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team, 1937-38, with Adolph Rupp seated far left, [1937]
[box: 1A, item: 39] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 12 inches.

Men's Southeastern Conference Champion basketball team, with Adolph Rupp seated left, 1938-39 season; photographer: John L. Carter, 1939
[box: 1A, item: 40] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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 06
[box: 1A, item: 41] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1A, item: 42] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.25 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Tennessee; Marvin Akers (13) scores; photo appears on page 198 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1941]
[box: 1A, item: 43] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.25 inches.

Members of the 1941 Freshman basketball team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears in 1941 Kentuckian, page 201; photographer: Lafayette Studios, [1941]
[box: 1A, item: 44] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

East 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]
[box: 1A, item: 45] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Coach 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]
[box: 1A, item: 46] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1946-47 season; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1946]
[box: 1A, item: 47] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball game action, UK versus unidentified opponent; Leonard Pearson (31) lying on gym floor with ball, Alumni Gym, [1946-49]
[box: 1A, item: 48] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 4.75 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Tennessee. Pictured is Ralph Beard taking a shot; photo appears on page 195 in the 1948 Kentuckian, [1948]
[box: 1A, item: 49] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1A, item: 50] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1A, item: 50a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action, versus Vanderbilt. Pictured is Alex Groza fighting for the ball, [1948]
[box: 1A, item: 51] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1A, item: 52] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.

Adolph 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]
[box: 1A, item: 53] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 6 inches. Visual File No. 116.

Adolph 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]
[box: 1A, item: 53a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 117.

Adolph 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]
[box: 1A, item: 54] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 55] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1948-49 season, NCAA season champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 129 in the 1949 Kentuckian, 1949
[box: 1B, item: 56] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball team photo, 1948-49 season, NCAA season champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 129 in the 1949 Kentuckian, 1949
[box: 1B, item: 56a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball team photo, 1948-49 season, NCAA season champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page in the 1949 Kentuckian, 1949
[box: 1B, item: 56b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 212.

Adolph 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, 1949
[box: 1B, item: 57] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 8 inches (cropped)

Ralph Beard, member of 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team, [1948]
[box: 1B, item: 58] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Wallace "Wah-Wah" Jones, member of 1948-49 NCAA championship basketball team; photo appears on page 130 in the 1949 Kentuckian, [1948]
[box: 1B, item: 59] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cliff 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]
[box: 1B, item: 60] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cliff 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]
[box: 1B, item: 61] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Ben 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]
[box: 1B, item: 62] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Ben 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]
[box: 1B, item: 63] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Alabama, Alumni Gymnasium, Bill Spivey (77), Jim Line (25), Walt Hirsch (19), [1950]
[box: 1B, item: 64] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Basketball team member Bill Spivey taking a shot during game against unidentified opponent, [1950]
[box: 1B, item: 65] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

UK 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 07
[box: 1B, item: 66] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Basketball team photo, Southeastern Conference champs on March 07, 1950, Adolph Rupp is pictured fourth from right, 1950, March 07
[box: 1B, item: 67] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 67.

Basketball team members Frank Ramsey (30) and Chesley Riddle (24, did not remain on team), [1950]
[box: 1B, item: 68] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball game action; Bill Spivey takes a foul shot as Read Morgan (36) watches from left, at Memorial Coliseum, [1950]
[box: 1B, item: 69] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Basketball team photo, 1950-51 season, NCAA Championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1951
[box: 1B, item: 70] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball team photo, 1950-51 season, NCAA Championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of Image 70), 1951
[box: 1B, item: 70a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 71] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball team members Lou Tsioropoulos (16), Cliff Hagan (6), Frank Ramsey (30), Phil Grawemeyer (44), and Bill Evans (42) pictured with Madge Barnett, [1951]
[box: 1B, item: 72] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 73] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team members Frank Ramsey (left) and Cliff Hagan, [1953]
[box: 1B, item: 74] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Frank Ramsey, 1951-54 basketball team member, [1953]
[box: 1B, item: 75] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1953-54 season , 1953
[box: 1B, item: 76] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cliff Hagan (6), coach Adolph Rupp, Lou Tsiriopoulos (16), and Frank Ramsey (30), 1954, January 17
[box: 1B, item: 77] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)

Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 78] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 79] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 80] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 81] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Alex Groza and three unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 82] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified guests at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 83] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Jim 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]
[box: 1B, item: 84] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Cliff 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]
[box: 1B, item: 85] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Frank Ramsey (left) and Cliff Hagan at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 86] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Alex Groza talking with an unidentified woman at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 87] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Alex Groza talking with an unidentified woman at party honoring coach Adolph Rupp and the basketball team, [1952-54]
[box: 1B, item: 88] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 89] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 89a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus DePaul; pictured is Bob Burrows dribbling around defenders, [1954]
[box: 1B, item: 90] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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 05
[box: 1B, item: 91] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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 17
[box: 1B, item: 92] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 147.

Albert Kirwan, chairman of the NCAA infractions committee, with Art Bergstrom, investigator; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1957]
[box: 1B, item: 93] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo transferred from 1987UA010.

Basketball team photo, 1957-58 season, NCAA national champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1957
[box: 1B, item: 94] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball team photo, 1957-58 season, NCAA national champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1957
[box: 1B, item: 95] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 152.

Basketball team photo, 1957-58 season, NCAA national champions; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 95), 1957
[box: 1B, item: 95a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 152.

Basketball game action; pictured is Johnny Cox (24) scoring, [1958]
[box: 1B, item: 96] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 9 inches.

Basketball game action; pictured is Johnny Cox (24) scoring (duplicate of image 96), [1958]
[box: 1B, item: 96a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 97] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 97a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 97b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 151.

Basketball 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), 1958
[box: 1B, item: 98] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action; Johnny Cox (24) taking a shot against Seattle, 1958
[box: 1B, item: 99] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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 22
[box: 1B, item: 100] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 210.

Basketball 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 15
[box: 1B, item: 101] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 8.75 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Temple; Ed Beck takes a shot for a goal; photo appears on page 206 in the 1958 Kentuckian, 1958
[box: 1B, item: 102] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball team members, 1958 championship season, (left to right) unidentified, Lincoln Collinsworth, Dick Howe, unidentified, Bernie Shively (Athletics Director), Adrian Smith, Harold Ross, unidentified, unidentified, 1958
[box: 1B, item: 103] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996 from Jane Masbrangelo.

Basketball 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, 1958
[box: 1B, item: 104] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996 from Jane Masbrangelo.

Basketball game action, UK versus Florida State; Don Mills (52) watches as Lowell Hughes (44) and Bobby Slusher (32) go for a rebound, [1959]
[box: 1B, item: 105] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Team member Johnny Cox (24) standing with coach Adolph Rupp, [1959]
[box: 1B, item: 106] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

Basketball 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 09
[box: 1B, item: 107] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 8 inches (cropped)

Basketball game action; unidentified player takes a shot against UK; Dick Parsons falling to the floor, left; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1959]
[box: 1B, item: 108] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.

Coach Adolph Rupp pictured with Bill Lickert (left) and Dick Parsons, [1959-61]
[box: 1B, item: 109] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 5 inches by inches.

Basketball team member Dick Parsons (left) with Ned Jennings; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959-61]
[box: 1B, item: 110] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.

Basketball game action, UK versus Georgia Tech; Dick Parsons diving for the ball; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959-61]
[box: 1B, item: 111] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 112] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Georgia; Ned Jennings (4) shoots at Memorial Coliseum, [1960]
[box: 1B, item: 113] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Tulane; Dick Parsons (50) shoots; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1960]
[box: 1B, item: 114] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is a copy of original belonging to Dick Parsons.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 115] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 116] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team member Scotty Baesler, [1960]
[box: 1B, item: 117] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 118] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball Coach Adolph Rupp with Jim LeMaster (1964-68 seasons), [1964]
[box: 1B, item: 119] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus North Carolina; Charles "Cotton" Nash (44) and Larry Conley (40) go for a rebound, [1964]
[box: 1B, item: 120] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus North Carolina; Larry Conley (40) watches as Charles "Cotton" Nash (44) shoots, [1964]
[box: 1B, item: 121] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1B, item: 122] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball team member Pat Riley (1965-67) shooting the ball, [1965]
[box: 1B, item: 123] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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 13
[box: 1B, item: 124] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. Photo from Jane Vimont and Associates, [1995].

Basketball game action, Blue versus White; Louie Dampier (10) scores; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1966]
[box: 1B, item: 125] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action; Assistant coach Harry Lancaster (UK Athletics Director, 1968-76), left, and coach Adolph Rupp, right, from the bench during game, [1967]
[box: 1B, item: 126] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo from the Russell Rice Papers.

Basketball game action, UK versus Pennsylvania; Dan Issel takes a shot, 1967, December 09
[box: 1B, item: 127] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4 inches by 10 inches (cropped)

Coach 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]
[box: 1B, item: 128] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students playing intramural basketball game; photo appears on page 95 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1B, item: 129] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action; unidentified UK player passing the ball; photo appears on page 88 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1B, item: 130] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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 03
[box: 1B, item: 131] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action; Phil Argento (13) and Mike Casey (34) during game; photo appears on page 229 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1B, item: 132] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Larry Steele (25) and opponent during game; photo appears on page in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1B, item: 133] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK Athletic Board celebrates UK basketball's 1000th victory with a celebration cake; photo appears on page 387 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1B, item: 134] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 180.

UK Athletic Board celebrates UK basketball's 1000th victory with a celebration cake; photo appears on page 89 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1B, item: 135] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 181.

Basketball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt; Kent Hollenbeck (32) watches Dan Issel (44) score, [1969]
[box: 1C, item: 136] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Governor Louis B. Nunn (1967-71) presents basketball coach Adolph Rupp the Louis B. Nunn Award, [1971]
[box: 1C, item: 137] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1972-73 season; coach Joe B. Hall is seated far left, assistant coach Dick Parsons is seated far right, [1972]
[box: 1C, item: 138] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK basketball team members during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1973-76]
[box: 1C, item: 139] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

Men'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]
[box: 1C, item: 140] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.

Men'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]
[box: 1C, item: 141] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.

Jane S. Rollins, administrative assistant to basketball coach Joe B. Hall, cutting a cake; athletics director Cliff Hagan is to her right, [1975-79]
[box: 1C, item: 142] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.

Unidentified student reading the December 11, 1977 Kentucky Kernel, which features a front-page article on the death of basketball coach Adolph Rupp, 1977, December
[box: 1C, item: 143] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball coach Joe B. Hall and player Fred Cowan, [1977-78]
[box: 1C, item: 144] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

Basketball coach Joe B. Hall and player Jay Shidler, [1977-78]
[box: 1C, item: 145] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1978 NCAA championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1978
[box: 1C, item: 146] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Basketball team photo, 1978 NCAA championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 146), 1978
[box: 1C, item: 146a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 211.

Basketball team photo, 1978 NCAA championship team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1978
[box: 1C, item: 147] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Visual File No. 211.

Thousands of students and fans gather at Lexington's Bluegrass Field (airport) to greet the returning 1978 NCAA championship UK basketball team, 1978
[box: 1C, item: 148] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK Men's Basketball team, December 1979; seated far left, Jane S. Rollins, to her left, coach Joe B. Hall, 1979, December
[box: 1C, item: 149] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 3.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Transferred from 1996UA043, Jane S. Rollins, received January 26, 1996.

Basketball 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]
[box: 1C, item: 149-2]
Scope and Content Note:

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.

Basketball game action, UK versus unidentified opponent; Rex Chapman (3) takes a shot, [1986-88]
[box: 1C, item: 150] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1988-89 season; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1988
[box: 1C, item: 151] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Group 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]
[box: 1C, item: 152] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches.

Basketball team photo, 1992-93 season; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve and on photo caption, 1992
[box: 1C, item: 153] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Unidentified UK basketball players during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undated
[box: 1C, item: 154] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 11 inches.

Unidentified UK basketball players during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undated
[box: 1C, item: 155] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 11 inches.

Unidentified UK basketball players during Blue and White game; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, undated
[box: 1C, item: 156] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 11 inches.

Unidentified members of the senior class basketball team. Photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1912]
[box: 1D, item: 288] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 3 inches.

Former 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]
[box: 1D, item: 312] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 43, item: 6908] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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, March
[box: 43, item: 6909] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / 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.

John 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]
[box: 44, item: 6993] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was taken by Charles Bertram and is a Lexington Herald-Leader photograph.

Kyle Macy is playing basketball at Rupp Arena, [1977]
[box: 51, item: 7423] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 51, item: 7424] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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, 2005
[box: 51, item: 7425] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches.

The 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, 1995
[box: 52, item: 7549] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006. It was transferred from 2006UA018.

Basketball - Women's
Women's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1903; photographer: Gregson, Eng., Lexington; photo appears in the 1903 Blue and White yearbook, page 95, 1903
[box: 1C, item: 157] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Women'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), 1903
[box: 1C, item: 157a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Women'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), 1903
[box: 1C, item: 157b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Women'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), 1903
[box: 1C, item: 157c]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Women'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), 1903
[box: 1C, item: 157d]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Women's basketball team, Kentucky State College, 1904; photographer: Mullens; photo appears on page 95 in the 1904 Echoes yearbook, 1904
[box: 1C, item: 158] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 35.

Women'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, 1921
[box: 1C, item: 159] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. Visual File No. 71.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1C, item: 160] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 10 inches.

Margaret 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, 1922
[box: 1C, item: 161] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Melanie Warren, Owensboro, KY, starting center for the 1986 Lady Kats women's basketball team, 1986
[box: 1C, item: 162] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Athletics 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]
[box: 1C, item: 163] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cheerleading
Three unidentified UK female cheerleaders and seven unidentified male cheerleaders during the Bull Session at YM camp; photographer: University of Kentucky, [1954]
[box: 1C, item: 164] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Five female cheerleaders 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]
[box: 1C, item: 165] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified Manual High School (Louisville) cheerleaders; man in center is an unidentified UK cheerleader helping with extended programs; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, September 20
[box: 1C, item: 166] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK 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]
[box: 1C, item: 167] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK cheerleaders running onto Stoll Field before game. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]
[box: 1C, item: 168] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK 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]
[box: 1C, item: 169] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified cheerleaders and three unidentified students, all homecoming queen finalists, [1965]
[box: 1C, item: 170] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches.

Unidentified female cheerleader wearing a "G" on her sweater, possibly Georgetown College or University of Georgia, [1966]
[box: 1C, item: 171] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1C, item: 172] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified UK male and one female cheerleaders at basketball game. Photo appears on page 235 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1969]
[box: 1C, item: 173] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Six prints, taped together, of University of Tennessee cheerleaders during a game at McLean Stadium at Stoll Field; Lexington Herald-Leader staff photo, [1971]
[box: 1C, item: 174] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w,

Cheerleading 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, 1972
[box: 1C, item: 175] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Patricia 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, 1972
[box: 1C, item: 176] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Patricia 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), 1972
[box: 1C, item: 176a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Patricia 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), 1972
[box: 1C, item: 176b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Five unidentified male and female cheerleaders at Commonwealth Stadium, 1973
[box: 1C, item: 177] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Unidentified members of the cheerleading team, [1974]
[box: 1C, item: 178] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches

Presentation 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, 1987
[box: 1C, item: 179] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches

Unidentified male cheerleader is standing left and Amy Boyanowski is standing right leading a cheer at Commonwealth Stadium, 1990, September 01
[box: 1C, item: 180] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches

Fencing
UK Fencing team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Photo appears on page 212 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1940]
[box: 1D, item: 289] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two men fencing while another watches, [1904]
[box: 6A, item: 2257] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Field Hockey
Unidentified 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]
[box: 1D, item: 300] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1D, item: 301] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Football
Unidentified 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]
[box: 1C, item: 181] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of the 1897 Kentucky State College football team; photographer: J. D. Turner; photo appears on page 38 in the 1901 Kentuckian, 1897
[box: 1C, item: 182] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football player, [1898]
[box: 1C, item: 183] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified football player, [1898]
[box: 1C, item: 184] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1C, item: 185] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 8 inches. Visual File No. 19.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1C, item: 186] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Football 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]
[box: 1C, item: 187] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches with matte.

Unidentified class football team, Kentucky State College, [1902]
[box: 1C, item: 188] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 4 inches in a 5.5 inch by 7 inch border.

Kentucky State College football team photo, 1904; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1904
[box: 1C, item: 189] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 9 inches by 11.5 inches.

Unidentified people watching a football game. Photo appears on page 123 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]
[box: 1C, item: 190] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.75 inches in 5.5 inch by 7 inch border.

Ashley Ward (2nd row, 5th from left) and other members of the 1911 football team; photo appears on page 124 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]
[box: 1C, item: 191] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified students playing football at the Senior - Junior class game. Photo appears on page 159 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]
[box: 1C, item: 192] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 4.75 inches in 5.5 inch by 7 inch border.

Unidentified members of the senior class football team. Photo appears on page 160 in the 1912 Kentuckian, [1911]
[box: 1C, item: 193] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.25 inches by 5.5 inches.

Unidentified football players in a game against the University of Louisville, in Lexington. Photo appeared August 30, 1967 in the Kentucky Kernel, [1912]
[box: 1C, item: 194] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Photo 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, 1912
[box: 1C, item: 195] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches. Visual File No. 48.

Unidentified members of the 1913 "The Wildcats" football team, State University of Kentucky; photo appears on page 110 in the 1914 Kentuckian, 1913
[box: 1C, item: 196] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8.5 inches by 12 inches.

Unidentified members of the 1913 "The Squad" football team, State University of Kentucky; photo appears on page 114 in the 1914 Kentuckian, 1913
[box: 1C, item: 197] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8.5 inches by 12 inches.

Unidentified people in and at the football parade, 1913
[box: 1C, item: 198] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.

Members of the 1914 State University football team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1914
[box: 1C, item: 199] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Members 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), 1914
[box: 1C, item: 199a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives; .

Football team photo, unidentified freshman members of the 1915 team; photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader; photo appears on page 126 in the 1916 Kentuckian, 1915
[box: 1C, item: 200] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches.

Fans watching the State University of Kentucky versus Purdue football game, 1915; State defeated Purdue 7-0; photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates, 1915
[box: 1C, item: 201] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 53.

William Rodes was a member of the University of Kentucky football team, [1916]
[box: 1C, item: 202] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

UK football team, 1917; photo appears in the 1918 Kentuckian, page 207; pictured in front of Administration Building, 1917
[box: 1C, item: 203] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches. Visual File No. 57.

Football team photo; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, [1922]
[box: 1C, item: 204] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Team photo of the All-Kentucky Team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 1928
[box: 1C, item: 205] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve.

Unidentified football player. Photo appears in the May 11, 1928 Kernel, [1928]
[box: 1C, item: 206] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

UK 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, 1931
[box: 1C, item: 207] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.

Albert D. (Ab) Kirwan as coach of the UK football team, talking with captain Joe Shepherd, with other players, 1939
[box: 1C, item: 208] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.

UK football coaching staff, left to right, Frank Moseley, Bernie Shively, and Ab Kirwan, 1939
[box: 1C, item: 209] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.

UK 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, 1939
[box: 1C, item: 210] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Freshman football team, 1940; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photographer: Lafayette Studios, Lexington, 1940
[box: 1C, item: 211] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Members of the football team boarding a Delta Airlines plane; head coach Charlie Bradshaw is far right, wearing hat, [1965]
[box: 1C, item: 212] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Basketball 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, 1947
[box: 1C, item: 213] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Photo 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 28
[box: 1C, item: 214] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7.5 inches by 8 inches (cropped)

Photo 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 28
[box: 1C, item: 214a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File Nos. 122, 123.

Photo 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 28
[box: 1C, item: 214b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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 28
[box: 1C, item: 214c]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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 28
[box: 1C, item: 214d]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Football team photo; members of the 1950-51 Sugar Bowl Champions UK football team, 1950
[box: 1D, item: 215] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Celebration 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 01
[box: 1D, item: 216] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Transferred from 1978UA010, President Office of - Kirwan, Albert D.

Four 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 31
[box: 1D, item: 217] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)

Coach 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 26
[box: 1D, item: 218] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Members 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 21
[box: 1D, item: 219] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Wide shot of Stoll Field during football game against unidentified team; Public Relations photo, [1952]
[box: 1D, item: 219-2]
Scope and Content Note:

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.

Wide shot of Stoll Field during football game against unidentified team. Photo taken at kickoff moment; Public Relations photo, [1952]
[box: 1D, item: 220] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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, 1952
[box: 1D, item: 221] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1D, item: 222] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Football Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant (center) with Vito Parilli and Doug Moseley, team captains, [1953]
[box: 1D, item: 223] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Negative of the photo in Mack Hughes File 331 (section "Football, Coaches".

Football Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant (center) with Vito Parilli and Doug Moseley, team captains, [1953]
[box: 1D, item: 224] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Negative of the photo in Mack Hughes File 331 (section "Football, Coaches".

Football 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, 1954
[box: 1D, item: 225] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 141.

Mrs. 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]
[box: 1D, item: 226] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1955]
[box: 1D, item: 227] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; The Kentuckian photo, [1956]
[box: 1D, item: 228] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against Louisiana State University, 1956
[box: 1D, item: 229] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK football team members Clyde Murrell (left), Ivan Curnutte (center, being held), and Tom Donlon. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1957, September 04
[box: 1D, item: 230] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)

Several 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 26
[box: 1D, item: 231] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Several 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 30
[box: 1D, item: 232] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; photographer: University of Kentucky, [1957]
[box: 1D, item: 233] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three UK players, Art Janes, John Slack, and Jerry Shehan, pose during practice. Received June 13, 1959 from Cincinnati Enquirer, 1957, October 30
[box: 1D, item: 234] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of the freshman football team during practice, [1958]
[box: 1D, item: 235] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo damaged; several odd-shaped square pieces cut out of the photo.

Fans climb on the goal post after the UK versus Tennessee game; photographer: University of Kentucky, 1958, November 22
[box: 1D, item: 236] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans 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 22
[box: 1D, item: 237] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK 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 12
[box: 1D, item: 238] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Public Relations photo, [1959]
[box: 1D, item: 239] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans sitting in rain at UK football game, [1959]
[box: 1D, item: 240] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959]
[box: 1D, item: 241] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959]
[box: 1D, item: 242] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1959]
[box: 1D, item: 243] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent; photographer: Bill Diehl, Jr. and Associates. Received December of 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]
[box: 1D, item: 244] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent, [1960]
[box: 1D, item: 245] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK football head coach Charlie Bradshaw (1962-68) talking with an unidentified player; Public Relations photo, [1962-68]
[box: 1D, item: 246] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dicky Lyons (24) carrying the ball against Ole Miss, 1967
[box: 1D, item: 247] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified majorette, using flaming batons, during band routine on the football field; game unidentified, [1967]
[box: 1D, item: 248] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans watching a football game in 1968; photo appears on page 220 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1968
[box: 1D, item: 249] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players doing pre-game warm-ups. Photo appears on page 218 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 250] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans standing in stadium watching a night football game. Photo appears on page 80 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 251] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football player with a bleeding injury on his face, walking off the field; photo appears on page 15 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 252] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players during game against Florida. Photo appears on page 216 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 253] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players during game against Auburn. Photo appears on page 217 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 254] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 444 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 255] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 78 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 256] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players during practice. Patterson Office Tower construction in the background. Photo appears on page 123 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 257] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 279 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 258] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK football player David Roller (60) helped off the field during the Auburn game. Photo appears on page 218 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 259] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football player helping another injured player during 1968 game. Photo appears on page 219 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 260] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Head football coach Charlie Bradshaw (1962-68, at left, wearing hat) and other unidentified individuals. Photo appears on page 219 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 261] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against Florida. Photo appears on page 215 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 262] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against Auburn. Photo appears on page 214 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 263] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Head football coach Charlie Bradshaw (1962-68) with unidentified UK football players. Photo appears on page 213 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 264] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 5 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 265] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified Georgia player catching a pass during a game against UK. Photo appears on page 216 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 266] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against unidentified opponent. Photo appears on page 215 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 267] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified football players during game against Florida. Photo appears on page 215 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 268] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified men playing intramural football. Photo appears on page 216 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 269] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK football team photo in 1968; photo appears on page 384 of the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 270] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified workers removing show from Stoll Field before game; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 271] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dr. 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]
[box: 1D, item: 272] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Six unidentified UK football players posing with a football; Coach Charlie Bradshaw is at far left, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 273] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans watching football at game, Autumn 1969; photo appears in the football program "Wildcat Gridiron News Page", [1969]
[box: 1D, item: 274] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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 01
[box: 1D, item: 275] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.25 inches by 8 inches (cropped)

UK 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]
[box: 1D, item: 276] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK 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]
[box: 1D, item: 277] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK Head football coach Fran Curci talking as University President Otis Singletary looks on, December 1972; Louisville Courier-Journal photo, [1972]
[box: 1D, item: 278] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Kentucky Governor Julian Carroll with unidentified UK football player in locker room, [1974-79]
[box: 1D, item: 279] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

UK Head football coach Fran Curci (1973-81) talks with several unidentified players in uniform during game, [1977]
[box: 1D, item: 280] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 209.

Unidentified UK football player talking with unidentified man on sideline during Utah game, 1980, September 06
[box: 1D, item: 281] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo is Photographic Services No. 21392 - Regular Series.

Unidentified UK football player during Utah game, 1980, September 06
[box: 1D, item: 282] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. This photo is Photographic Services No. 21392 - Regular Series.

UK Head football coach Jerry Claiborne (1982-89) on sideline during unidentified game, [1982]
[box: 1D, item: 283] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 224.

Athletics Director C. M. Newton (left) introduces Bill Curry as the head coach, 1990
[box: 1D, item: 284] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 252.

Athletics trophy case; Public Relations photo, undated
[box: 1D, item: 285] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK Football coaching staff; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 385 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 286] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified UK football player in whirlpool talking with unidentified trainer, [1969]
[box: 1D, item: 305] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

General
Fans cheering at UK football game, [1972]
[box: 1D, item: 309] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans cheering at UK football game, [1972]
[box: 1D, item: 310] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 8.5 inches (cropped)

Athletics 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, 1974
[box: 1D, item: 311] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Six unidentified individuals standing for picture on Stoll Field, McLean Stadium, [1968]
[box: 1D, item: 306] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK 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]
[box: 1D, item: 307] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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, June
[box: 1D, item: 302] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 1D, item: 303] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Harry Lancaster, former assistant basketball coach and former Athletics Director, pictured standing with three unidentified people, [1978-80]
[box: 1D, item: 304] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Milward Elliot (back row, 3rd from right) and eleven unidentified men are all members of the 1898 Field Day team, 1898
[box: 1D, item: 287] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.5 inches by 5.75 inches, on matte.

Coaches 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]
[box: 50, item: 7375] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Golf
University 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]
[box: 1D, item: 313] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Soccer
Unidentified students playing soccer. Photo appears on page 124 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1E, item: 315] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of the 1981 UK Soccer team, 1981
[box: 1E, item: 316] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Swimming
Unidentified members of the men's swim team; photo appears in the 1956-57 K-Book, page 76; Public Relations photo, [1955]
[box: 1E, item: 317] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified women in caps and swimsuits, posing by the pool; members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club, [1957]
[box: 1E, item: 318] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of the swim team. Photo appears in 1959 Kentuckian, page 212 and on page 49 of the 1959-60 K-Book, [1958]
[box: 1E, item: 319] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1959
[box: 1E, item: 320] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.25 inches by 8 inches (cropped)

Members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club, left to right, Arline Dixon, Virginia Kemp, Sonya Lancaster, Betsy Haselden, Sue Rolunsan, 1959, February 23
[box: 1E, item: 321] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified members of the Blue Marlins aquatic ballet club; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1963]
[box: 1E, item: 322] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified women swimming, [1965]
[box: 1E, item: 323] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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, February
[box: 47, item: 7174] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Tennis
Five 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]
[box: 1E, item: 324] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inches.

Members 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]
[box: 1E, item: 325] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 9 inches.

Eight unidentified members of the UK Tennis team. Photo appears on page 46 in the 1959-60 K-Book, [1959]
[box: 1E, item: 326] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of the UK Tennis team. Photo appears on page 388 in the 1969 Kentuckian, [1968]
[box: 1E, item: 327] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Track
Twelve unidentified members of the State University Track team, pole vaulting and shot put; print from Nollau glass negatives, [1907]
[box: 1E, item: 328] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Two unidentified members of the State University Track team, [1910]
[box: 1E, item: 329] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.75 inches. Accessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 1966.

Unidentified members of the UK Track team, 1919-20; photo appears on page 126 in the 1920 Kentuckian, 1919
[box: 1E, item: 330] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 9.5 inches, on matte.

UK Track team photo; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 206 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1940]
[box: 1E, item: 331] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.25 inches.

UK Freshman Track team photo; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photo appears on page 207 in the 1941 Kentuckian, [1940]
[box: 1E, item: 332] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.25 inches.

Press Whelan, track team member for UK. Photo appears on page 47 in the 1959-60 K-Book, [1959]
[box: 1E, item: 333] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified members of UK Track team, pictured running on campus, [1959]
[box: 1E, item: 334] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fans watching unidentified UK Women's Track team member running in meet; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1964]
[box: 1E, item: 335] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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, 1969
[box: 1E, item: 336] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Bob Brewer, UK Track team member, running during meet; photo appears on page 124 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969
[box: 1E, item: 337] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified member of UK Track team throwing shot put at meet, 1969; photo appears on page 125 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969
[box: 1E, item: 338] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Wildcat Mascot
The 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]
[box: 1E, item: 339] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK mascot at baseball game, posing with unidentified umpire, [1980]
[box: 1E, item: 340] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 220.

Karen Sexton and wildcat mascot, 1991
[box: 1E, item: 341] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

University of Tennessee Mascot. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader Staff, [1959]
[box: 1D, item: 314] browse
Scope and Content Note:

8 inches by 10 inches.

Awards and Scholarships
Photo image of a letter of promotion written for Cassius M. Clay and signed by U. S. President Abraham Lincoln, 1862, April 15
[box: 1E, item: 341-2]
Scope and Content Note:

b / 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.

Photo 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 15
[box: 1E, item: 342] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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 15
[box: 1E, item: 342a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three 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 06
[box: 1E, item: 343] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified female scholarship winners, September 1955; Public Relations photo , 1955, September
[box: 1E, item: 344] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fourteen high school seniors from around the state awarded various scholarships to the University, [1955]
[box: 1E, item: 345] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 1E, item: 346] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Hughetta 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, 1956
[box: 1E, item: 347] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

High school seniors receive full scholarships to UK; pictured are Lloyd R. Cress, Hughetta Alice Bartlett and Ronald McCabe, 1956
[box: 1E, item: 348] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

High 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, 1956
[box: 1E, item: 349] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

David 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 03
[box: 1E, item: 350] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified woman (left) receives the Sullivan Scholarship, pictured with UK Vice President Leo M. Chamberlain, November 3, 1956; Public Relations photo, 1956, November 03
[box: 1E, item: 351] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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 3
[box: 1E, item: 352] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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 3
[box: 1E, item: 353] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Robert Berry (standing, 2nd from right) and nine unidentified students are all UK scholarship winners, April 27, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, April 27
[box: 1E, item: 354] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Robert 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 27
[box: 1E, item: 354a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Barbara Roberts and Dick Lehman are UK Sullivan Scholarship winners, May 09, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, May 09
[box: 1E, item: 355] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Barbara Roberts and Dick Lehman are UK Sullivan Scholarship winners, May 09, 1957; Public Relations photo, 1957, May 09
[box: 1E, item: 356] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five 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, 1957
[box: 1E, item: 357] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students holding a gift awarded for being outstanding seniors, May 25, 1957; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1957, May 25
[box: 1E, item: 358] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five 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 10
[box: 1E, item: 359] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students (two on left), receiving an award, pictured with unidentified man in center and Dan Terrell, Dean of Engineering; Public Relations photo, [1958]
[box: 1E, item: 360] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Debate contest winners; top and bottom are unidentified; student in center is Larry Pope; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, May 13
[box: 1E, item: 361] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

KAT Award; pictured left to right, Ann Murphy, Greg Rhodaneye, Belinda Clark, and Cynthia Bedell, 1958, May 17
[box: 1E, item: 362] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

IT 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 29
[box: 1E, item: 363] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

IT 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 29
[box: 1E, item: 364] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Group of students receiving unidentified award; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; photographer: Babson Bros. Co, 1958, October 16
[box: 1E, item: 365] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK Speech Contest winners, left to right, Lawson, King, two unidentified individuals, May 23,1958; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, May 23
[box: 1E, item: 366] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

UK President Ab Kirwan (left) presenting award to unidentified student; spouse Elizabeth Kirwan is at right, [1968]
[box: 1E, item: 367] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 178.

UK President Ab Kirwan (left) presenting award to unidentified student; spouse Elizabeth Kirwan is at right (duplicate of image 367), [1968]
[box: 1E, item: 367a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 178.

Don Graeter and Rosemary Cox awarded Outstanding Greeks, 1968-69; photo appears on page 376 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 1969
[box: 1E, item: 368] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo image of the Presidential Medallion worn by John W. Oswald at his inauguration in April 1964; photographer R. R. Rodney Boyce & Associates, [1970]
[box: 1E, item: 369] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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]
[box: 1E, item: 369a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Groups of Service Award recipients, Student Center Auxiliary Services, 1980; proof sheet with eight separate photos, 1980
[box: 1E, item: 370] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20771, Regular Series.

Three awards given at the Institute for Mining and Minerals Research; proof sheet with six separate photos, 1980
[box: 1E, item: 371] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20776, Regular Series.

Photo 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, undated
[box: 1E, item: 372] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Board of Trustees
University 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, September
[box: 1E, item: 373] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1952, in Administration Building boardroom; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve (duplicate of image 373), 1952, September
[box: 1E, item: 373a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Esther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1959, April 7
[box: 1E, item: 374] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Esther McChesney swearing in new University of Kentucky Board of Trustees members; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1959, April 7
[box: 1E, item: 375] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Esther 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 7
[box: 1E, item: 376] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Esther 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 7
[box: 1E, item: 376a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Esther 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 7
[box: 1E, item: 376b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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 25
[box: 1E, item: 377] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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 25
[box: 1E, item: 377a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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 25
[box: 1E, item: 377b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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 25
[box: 1E, item: 377c]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Kentucky 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, December
[box: 1E, item: 378] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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, December
[box: 1E, item: 379] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The first University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting the Patterson Office Tower, December 1969; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1969, December
[box: 1E, item: 380] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 9.5 inches (cropped)

The 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, December
[box: 1E, item: 381] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The first University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting the Patterson Office Tower, December 1969; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1969, December
[box: 1E, item: 382] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Pictured from left, Athletics Director Cliff Hagan, University President Otis Singletary, and Stanley Burlew (BOT, 1972-75) talking at a Board meeting, 1974, December 10
[box: 1E, item: 383] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Pictured from left, Albert Clay, unidentified, William Sturgill, Richard Cooper, and Lucille Blazer at Board meeting, 1975, January 27
[box: 1E, item: 384] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Pictured from left, Albert Clay, unidentified, William Sturgill, Richard Cooper, and Lucille Blazer at Board meeting (duplicate of image 384), 1975, January 27
[box: 1E, item: 384a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

From left, University of Kentucky Board of Trustees member Ronald Geary, University President Otis Singletary, and former Kentucky Governor Edward Breathitt at Board meeting, 1981, August
[box: 1E, item: 385] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

University of Kentucky Board of Trustees meeting in Patterson Office Tower, [1984]
[box: 1E, item: 386] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Pictured 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 18
[box: 1E, item: 387] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Pictured from left, Raymond Betts (faculty representative), Donna Greenwall (SGA President) and David Driscoll are sworn in as University of Kentucky Trustees, [1986]
[box: 1E, item: 388] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Members 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]
[box: 1E, item: 389] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

University President Charles T. Wethington, Jr. (left) with former Kentucky Governor A. B. Chandler at Wethington's appointment to the Board of Trustees, [1991]
[box: 1E, item: 390] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

New 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, August
[box: 1E, item: 391] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

University 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, 1993
[box: 1E, item: 392] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Governor A. D. Stanley and his wife, 1916, June 1
[box: 35, item: 6278] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6 inches by 10 inches.

President 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, January
[box: 35, item: 6279] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President 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, January
[box: 35, item: 6279A]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo is a duplicate.

Governor Lawrence Wetherby on the right, 1954, October 5
[box: 35, item: 6280] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photo is a Lexington Herald-Leader Photo.

Dr. Thomas Clark speaks with Governor Bert T. Combs, [1959-1963]
[box: 35, item: 6281] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler (1935-39 and 1955-59) congratulates Coach Fran Curci (1973-1981), [1979]
[box: 35, item: 6288] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Buildings and Grounds
Administration / Main Building
Cadets with two cannons in front of Administration Building; building features a rounded cupola, [1882-97]
[box: 2A, item: 393] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cadets with two cannons in front of Administration Building; building features a rounded cupola (duplicate of image 393), [1882-97]
[box: 2A, item: 393a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cadets with two cannons in front of Administration Building; building features a rounded cupola (duplicate of image 393), [1882-97]
[box: 2A, item: 393b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, on President's Avenue, in front of White Hall, [1890]
[box: 2A, item: 394] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 4.5 inches, on cardboard backing.

Administration Building, with rounded cupola and hand-titled "Main Building"; photographer: Edgar C. Lovenhart. Received February 17, 1986 by purchase, [1890-97]
[box: 2A, item: 395] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.75 inches by 4.75 inches on matte.

Administration Building, with rounded cupola; smoke stack in foreground, Gillis Building to the right, [1890 - 97]
[box: 2A, item: 396] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services, broken glass negative, January 25, 1967.

Administration Building, rounded cupola, [1890-97]
[box: 2A, item: 397] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

Administration Building, rounded cupola, [1890-97]
[box: 2A, item: 398] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.25 inches by 8 inches on cardboard matte.

Administration Building, rounded cupola, [1890-97]
[box: 2A, item: 399] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6 inches by 7.25 inches on cardboard matte.

Administration Building, top of cupola removed in 1897, dating the photo to 1897-1903; received August 18, 1948 from Dr. Funkhouser's office, [1897-1903]
[box: 2A, item: 400] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.25 inches by 5.75 inches on matteCopy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Administration Building; sepia tone postcard published by Wrenn and King, Lexington, [1905]
[box: 2A, item: 401] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.75 inches by 8 inches.

Administration Building, [1905]
[box: 2A, item: 402] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Group 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]
[box: 2A, item: 403] browse
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b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 1966

Cadets saluting in front of Administration Building; Gillis Building is to the right, [1910]
[box: 2A, item: 404] browse
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b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 1966

Group 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]
[box: 2A, item: 405] browse
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b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 1966

Group 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]
[box: 2A, item: 406] browse
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b / w, 2 inches by 3 inches, faded reproductionAccessioned from Administration Building, January 03, 1966

Administration Building during winter. Photo appears on page 9 in the 1920 Kentuckian, [1919]
[box: 2A, item: 407] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, [1920]
[box: 2A, item: 408] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, [1950]
[box: 2A, item: 409] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Administration Building, June 1953; flag pole in front circle; Public Relations photo, 1953, June
[box: 2A, item: 410] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building with trees and cannon on front lawn; photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]
[box: 2A, item: 411] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, [1956]
[box: 2A, item: 412] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.75 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.

Administration Building, [1956]
[box: 2A, item: 413] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.75 inches. Received August 19, 1999, 1999UA062 - Jeff Sheppard.

Administration Building with cars parked in front circle; photo appears in 1957 Kentuckian, page 16; Photographer: Thomasson-Smith, [1956]
[box: 2A, item: 414] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building; Public Relations photo, [1958]
[box: 2A, item: 415] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, cannon on front lawn, [1958]
[box: 2A, item: 416] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building with cars parked in front, September 8, 1959; Public Relations photo, 1958, September 08
[box: 2A, item: 417] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, heavy equipment digging in front of building; Public Relations photo, 1961, April 05
[box: 2A, item: 418] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building; Public Relations photo, 1965, June 02
[box: 2A, item: 419] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Side 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]
[box: 2A, item: 420] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Administration Building, workmen on roof clearing away wind-damaged sections; Public Relation photo, 1971, December 15
[box: 2A, item: 421] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A drawing of the Administration / Main Building done by C.G. Morehead, undated
[box: 52, item: 7550] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / 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 - Fire
An exterior view of the Administration Building / Main Building which shows smoke from the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7177] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches.

An unidentified man is helping to clean up the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7178] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified people are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. Smoke can be seen coming from the roof, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7179] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified men are helping during the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7180] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President Charles Wethington seated, putting on protective clothing as unidentified men watch. This was after the Administration Building fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7181] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President Wethington (center) and unidentified men are proceeding to enter the Administration Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7182] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified fire fighters are bringing large photos out of the Administration Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 47, item: 7183] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Frank Burch (on Left) and Sue Burch are standing near the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7184] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7185] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified people are standing outside, watching the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7186] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified people are standing outside, watching the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7187] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7188] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A close up of a window in the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7189] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7190] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. A fire truck is in front, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7191] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7192] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A fire truck and unidentified fire fighters are outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7193] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7194] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7195] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7196] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Fire 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7197] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7198] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7199] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7200] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7201] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Three unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7202] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

The entrance of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7203] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7204] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7205] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Frank Burch is outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire is extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7206] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Frank Burch is outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire is extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7207] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7208] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7209] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7210] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There is an unidentified fire fighter in front of the building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7211] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There is an unidentified fire fighter in front of the building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7212] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7213] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7214] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7215] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified man is standing outside the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7216] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified fire fighters are standing outside the Administration / Main Building after putting out the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7217] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7218] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified fire fighters are helping to extinguish the fire in the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7219] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire. There are two unidentified fire fighters on the steps, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7220] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7221] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified men is standing outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7222] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified men are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7223] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A pile of smoking debris on the ground outside of the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7224] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified fire fighter is carrying a hose away from the Administration / Main Building after putting out the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7225] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Former President Otis Singletary is looking at the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7226] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President Emeritus Otis Singletary (right) and Frank Burch are outside the Administration / Main Building fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7227]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Left 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 15
[box: 48, item: 7228] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified men are walking into the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7229] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified man is standing outside of the Administration / Main Building, while unidentified fire fighters are putting out the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7230] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President Charles Wethington (right) is talking with President Emeritus Otis Singletary (center) and Terry Birdwhistell after the Administration / Main Building fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7231] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified men are moving the painted portraits of the former presidents of the University of Kentucky, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7232] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified man is seated outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7233] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified fire fighters are walking outside of the Administration / Main building after putting out the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7234] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Frank Burch and others are gathered on the lawn of the Administration / Main Building, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7235] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two fire trucks are outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7236] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Unidentified fire fighters are standing outside of the Administration / Main Building putting out the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7237] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Former President Otis Singletary (right) is talking with President Wethington outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7238] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President Wethington is standing outside the Administration / Main Building during the fire with other unidentified people. He is talking on a cell phone, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7239] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified man is holding the painted portrait of former President Otis Singletary, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7240] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7241] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified fire fighters are spraying water on the Administration / Main Building to extinguish the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7242] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Two unidentified fire fighters are watching water being sprayed on the Administration / Main Building to extinguish the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7243] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7244] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A close up of a window in the Administration / Main Building broken out during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7245] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7246] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

President Wethington (second from left) and other unidentified men are standing outside near the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7247] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An exterior view of the Administration / Main Building after the fire was extinguished, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7248] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A pile of smoking debris is outside an entrance to the Administration / Main Building after the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7249] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

A fire truck is outside of the Administration / Main Building during the fire, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7250] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

An unidentified man is carrying materials out of the Administration Building after the fire was put out, 2001, May 15
[box: 48, item: 7251] browse
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color, 4 inches by 6 inches

Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 1
Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15
[box: 2A, item: 422]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15
[box: 2A, item: 423]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15
[box: 2A, item: 424]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15
[box: 2A, item: 425]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 15
[box: 2A, item: 426]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement and boxes of records sent to Munters Corp. in Chicago, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 427] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; legal department office in basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 428] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement hallway, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 429] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Board of Trustees storage area adjacent to boardroom, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 430] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; lobby and hallway on first floor, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 431] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Munters Corp. employee loads boxes of records to be preserved, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 432] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office and storage room off reception area, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 433] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 434] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration 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 16
[box: 2A, item: 435] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; legal office, basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 436] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 437] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 438] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 439] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 440] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, Affirmative Action office, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 441] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 442] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; legal office, basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 443] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Senate Council, Cindi Todd's office, basement, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 444] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 445] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Bob Vanchure, Munter's Corp. Disaster representative and Paul Van Booven, Deputy General Counsel, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 446] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; exterior at President' office window; President Charles Wethington seen through window, though image is obscured, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 447] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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 2
Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; ceiling, unknown area, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 448] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Vice Chancellor's reception area, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 449] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print missing, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 450]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print missing, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 451]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Room 110 Fiscal Affairs, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 452] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Boardroom on first floor, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 453] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office reception area, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 454] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; File room, President's office, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 455] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; ceiling of first floor, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 456] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Vice Chancellor's office, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 457] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Vice Chancellor's office, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 458] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; first floor hallway, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 459] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office; Terry Birdwhistell, University Archives (blue helmet) and Peggy Way, President's Administrative Aide, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 460] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; President's office reception area, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 461] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Lobby and hallway of first floor, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 462] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 - print didn't develop, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 463]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; Terry Birdwhistell, University Archives, in front of building, 2001, May 16
[box: 2A, item: 464] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration 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 16
[box: 2A, item: 465] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration 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 16
[box: 2A, item: 466] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; two unidentified men unloading preserved records into the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, July
[box: 2A, item: 467] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, July
[box: 2A, item: 468] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, July
[box: 2A, item: 469] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, July
[box: 2A, item: 470] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, July
[box: 2A, item: 471] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration 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, July
[box: 2A, item: 472] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration 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, July
[box: 2A, item: 473] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by former University Archivist Tom Rosko, 2001UA031, Libraries - Special Collections and Archives - Tom Rosko.

Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001; records returned from Munters Corp. Recovery company at the temporary housing at Upper and Pine Streets, 2001, July
[box: 2A, item: 474] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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, Tom
Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 475] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 476] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 477] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 478] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 479] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 480] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 481] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 482] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 483] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 484] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 485] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 486] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 487] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 488] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 489] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 490] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 491] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 492] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 493] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 494] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 495]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 496]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 497]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 498]
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 499] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 500] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration 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 15
[box: 2A, item: 501] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photos donated by Tom Teper, 2001UA018.

Administration / Main Building - Interior
Administration Building interior; weather bureau. Received October 20, 1948 from R. T. Bryant, [1910]
[box: 2A, item: 502] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6 inches by 8 inches on cardboard matte.

Administration Building interior; view of Chapel, [1915]
[box: 2A, item: 503] browse
Scope and Content Note:

blue paper copy of original print, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Administration Building interior; view of Chapel (duplicate of image 503), [1915]
[box: 2A, item: 503a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copy negative located in Audio / Visual Archives.

Administration Building interior; water leak in Chapel on platform, [1917]
[box: 2A, item: 504] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteFrom Frank L. McVey's files, January 1953

Administration Building interior; water leak in Chapel on platform (duplicate of image 504), [1917]
[box: 2A, item: 504a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteFrom Frank L. McVey's files, January 1953

Administration Building interior; water leak in Chapel on platform, [1917]
[box: 2A, item: 505] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 4.75 inches by 6.75 inches on matteFrom Frank L. McVey's files, January 1953

Administration Building interior; first floor hall and lobby area, workmen doing renovation work, [1949]
[box: 2A, item: 506] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Administration / Main Building - Reopening
Terry 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7286] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd is speaking from the balcony of the renovated Main Building after the fire, at the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7287] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Fred 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7288] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Paula 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7289] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

David 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7290] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7291] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7292] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7293] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7294] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd (left) is talking with David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, before the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7295] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd (left) is talking with David Doss (right), with Messer Construction Company, before the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7296] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7297] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7298] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Paula Pope (third from left) and other unidentified people are listening during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7299] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

An unidentified woman is talking with Patsy Todd (right) during the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7300] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Patsy Todd (right) and unidentified men and women are conversing at the ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7301] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd after the cornerstone dedication for the newly opened Main Building, 2004, October 25
[box: 49, item: 7302] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7303] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 25
[box: 49, item: 7304] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Patsy Todd is in the Main Building for its reopening, 2004, October 26
[box: 49, item: 7305] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 49, item: 7306] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Patsy Todd (left) and Jeannine Blackwell are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 49, item: 7307] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 26
[box: 49, item: 7308] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd (left) and Warren Rosenthal are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 49, item: 7309] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 49, item: 7310] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Kathryn 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 26
[box: 49, item: 7311] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 49, item: 7312] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Eeva 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 26
[box: 49, item: 7313] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Myra Tobin (right), B.O.T., and Myra's sister (left) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 49, item: 7314] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7315] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7316] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Winn 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7317] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7318] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7319] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Billy 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7320] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7321] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7322] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7323] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From the left: Loretta Clark, Everett McCorvey, and Dr. Thomas Clark. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7324] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Dr. Thomas Clark and Board of Trustees member Alice Sparks are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7325] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Dr. Thomas Clark and Board of Trustees member Alice Sparks are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7326] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Dr. Thomas Clark and Marianne Smith Edge are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7327] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Dr. 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7328] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7329] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7330] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From the left: Warren Rosenthal, Betty Rosenthal, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7331] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd and Allan Vestal (Dean of Law) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7332] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7333] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From the left: Jim Stuckert, Diane Stuckert, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7334] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From the left: Tom Harris, Kay Harris, and President Lee Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7335] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Board of Trustees member Stephen P. Branscum and President Lee Todd are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7336] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

President Lee Todd and Mike Richey are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7337] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From the left: Susan Richey, Mike Richey, and Patsy Todd. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7338] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7339] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From the left: Patsy Todd, Thomas Robinson, and Helen Robinson. They are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7340] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Becky Mobley, spouse and UK alumna and Terry Mobley are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7341] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Rachel Watts, student government president, and an unidentified man are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7342] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7343] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Marianne 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7344] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Former UK President Frank Dickey and Betty Dickey are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7345] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 4 inches by 6 inches. Photograph was received from Public Relations on February 2, 2005. The accession number is 2005UA006.

Mitch Barnhart (Athletics Director) and his wife, Connie Barnhart are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7346] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Betty Rosenthal and Eloise Sturgill are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7347] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

William B. Sturgill and Joetta Wickliffe (Board of Trustees) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7348] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Mike 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7349] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

NaLini Sudharshan and Deranathan Sudharshan are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7350] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Carolyn Williams (Dean of Nursing) and Paula Pope (Central Development) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7351] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

From 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7352] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Mira Ball (Board of Trustees member) and Don Ball (former Kentucky Legislator) are at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7353] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Patsy Todd is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7354] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Patsy Todd is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7355] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Patsy Todd is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7356] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7357] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7358] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7359] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

Betty Rosenthal is with the UK men's choral group the Acoustikats at a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7360] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

A 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7361] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

A 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 26
[box: 50, item: 7362] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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.

A UK student is discussing UK history as a part of a ceremony for the reopening of the Main Building, 2004, October 26
[box: 50, item: 7363] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 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 Buildings
Several agriculture buildings, [1932]
[box: 2A, item: 508] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Seven unidentified men sitting around table reviewing blueprints and building plans marked "Greenhouses"; Public Relations photo, [1961]
[box: 2A, item: 510] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Dairy Center
Dairy Center. Received on August 21, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 2E, item: 807] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dairy Center, [1957]
[box: 2E, item: 808] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dairy Center Fire. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]
[box: 2E, item: 809] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dairy Center Fire. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]
[box: 2E, item: 810] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Engineering Building
Agricultural Engineering Building, exterior, [1952]
[box: 2A, item: 507] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.

Agricultural Engineering Building; marked property of Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, [1942]
[box: 2A, item: 509] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Experiment Station
Agricultural Experiment Station, now Scovell Hall, [1940]
[box: 2B, item: 511] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Agricultural Experiment Station, now Scovell Hall, [1947]
[box: 2B, item: 512] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 115.

Agricultural Experiment Station, now Scovell Hall, [1952]
[box: 2B, item: 513] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building
Kentucky Governor Bert Combs (in white trench coat) and unidentified people at the groundbreaking of the Agricultural Science Center (Ag. Science North), [1961]
[box: 2B, item: 515] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Left 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, February
[box: 2B, item: 516] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 160.

UK 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 18
[box: 2B, item: 517] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction on the foundation of the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Public Relation photo, 1962, November 12
[box: 2B, item: 518] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction on framing of the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1962
[box: 2B, item: 519] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.75 inches by 10 inches (cropped)

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo, 1963, June
[box: 2B, item: 520] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 520), 1963, June
[box: 2B, item: 520a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 163.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1963, June
[box: 2B, item: 521] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo, 1963, September 04
[box: 2B, item: 522] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) under construction; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 522), 1963, September 04
[box: 2B, item: 522a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Pictured 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, 1963
[box: 2B, item: 523] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7.5 inches (cropped)

Auditorium in the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), [1965]
[box: 2B, item: 524] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Auditorium in the Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North) (duplicate of image 524), [1965]
[box: 2B, item: 524a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), corner angle exterior shot, [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 525] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North); Photographic Services, John Mitchell, [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 526] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), view from inside looking out window, [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 527] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night, [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 528] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 528), [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 528a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 528), [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 528b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 528), [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 528c]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night, [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 529] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Agricultural Science Building (Ag. Science North), exterior at night (duplicate of image 529), [1966]
[box: 2B, item: 529a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Alumni Gymnasium
Alumni Gymnasium, exterior, [1937]
[box: 2B, item: 531] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Anderson (F. Paul) Hall
Architectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 532] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

Architectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 533] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Architectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects (duplicate of image 533), [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 533a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Architectural drawing of Anderson Hall, designed by Brock and Johnson Architects (duplicate of image 533), [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 533b]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Workers getting a section of foundation ready for pouring concrete for Anderson Hall; Public Relations photo, 1965, January 11
[box: 2B, item: 534] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Workers getting a section of foundation ready for pouring concrete for Anderson Hall; Public Relations photo, 1965, January 11
[box: 2B, item: 535] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 536] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 537] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 538] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services Regular Series No. 11029.

View of Anderson Hall tower from base of building looking up, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 539] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 540] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering; Public Relations photo, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 541] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering; photographer: Kalman Papp, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 542] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, with amphitheater from behind Memorial Hall; photographer: Kalman Papp, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 543] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 544] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering, [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 545] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

F. Paul Anderson Hall, College of Engineering (duplicate of image 545), [1971]
[box: 2B, item: 545a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Barker Hall
Cornerstone for Men's Gymnasium located in Barker Hall, 1901, May 16
[box: 2B, item: 530] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches on cardboard backing.

View of the Mess Hall inside Barker Hall, later used as a women's gym, [1908]
[box: 2B, item: 546] browse
Scope and Content Note:

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 564

Barker Hall during winter; photo appears in 1920 Kentuckian, page 13; photographer: White Studio, 1920
[box: 2B, item: 547] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Barker Hall and Buell Armory, [1940]
[box: 2B, item: 548] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.

Flag pole in front of Barker Hall, [1948]
[box: 2B, item: 549] browse
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b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.

Flag pole in front of Barker Hall, [1948]
[box: 2B, item: 550] browse
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b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.75 inches. Receive from 1999UA062, Jeff Sheppard, August 19, 1999.

Barker Hall from a distance; photographer: Thomasson-Smith, 1957, August 17
[box: 2B, item: 551] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Barker Hall; Public Relations photo, 1959, September 08
[box: 2B, item: 552] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A sign outside of Barker Hall that shows the initials KSC (Kentucky State College), undated
[box: 43, item: 6911] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 4.5 inches.

Bookstore
Avis Lay (left) and Amy Figg look at stuffed animals in the bookstore, 1986, December
[box: 53, item: 7568] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is from photographic services contact sheet 27583.

Botanical Gardens
Prep and grade work for Botanical Gardens, presently located behind Patterson Office Tower, [1919]
[box: 2B, item: 553] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copied from Nollau Print File.

Prep and grade work for Botanical Gardens, presently located behind Patterson Office Tower, [1919]
[box: 2B, item: 554] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Copied from Nollau Print File (nitrate negative #1606).

Botanical Gardens behind Barker Hall; photographer: Thomas D. Boyd, Starman Studio, [1920]
[box: 2B, item: 555] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Copied from Nollau F-Series original, Box 6, Folder 179, Image 179-2.

Unidentified campus workers maintaining the Botanical Gardens; Public Relations photo, 1957, August 17
[box: 2B, item: 556] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cafeterias and Other Eating Places
View of the Mess Hall inside Barker Hall, later used as a women's gym, [1908]
[box: 2B, item: 564] browse
Scope and Content Note:

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 1953

Cafeteria in the Student Union Building; photographer: John B. Kuiper, [1949]
[box: 2B, item: 565] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students eating and socializing the Student Union cafeteria; man on extreme left looking at camera is Bill Brooks, [1955]
[box: 2B, item: 566] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students in line paying for food the Student Union cafeteria, [1955]
[box: 2B, item: 567] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students in line paying for food the Student Union cafeteria, [1955]
[box: 2B, item: 568] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students 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]
[box: 2B, item: 569] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Until 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, 1955
[box: 2B, item: 570] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 142.

Students in line paying for food the Student Union cafeteria; photographer: John Mitchell, [1955]
[box: 2B, item: 571] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students 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, 1957
[box: 2B, item: 572] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students getting food in the Donovan Hall Cafeteria; Public Relations photo, 1957
[box: 2B, item: 573] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students getting food in the Donovan Hall Cafeteria; Public Relations photo, 1957
[box: 2B, item: 574] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students getting food in the Donovan Hall Cafeteria; Public Relations photo, 1957
[box: 2B, item: 575] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dr. Hull (?, left) shows a machine to Marie Fortenberry (center) and an unidentified woman; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, 1958, September 04
[box: 2B, item: 576] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified women serving and taking a plate of food in a practice house, [1959]
[box: 2B, item: 577] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

New 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 28
[box: 2B, item: 578] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

New 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 28
[box: 2B, item: 578a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

University 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 28
[box: 2B, item: 579] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

K-Lair Grill, former cafeteria in Student Union basement; front table, left to right, unidentified, Bob Deitz, [1961]
[box: 2B, item: 580] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students in former K-Lair Grill eating and socializing, [1962]
[box: 2B, item: 581] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified students eating lunch, [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 582] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

New parking lot near the "Wildcat Grill" and Memorial Coliseum, December 1963, 1963, December
[box: 2B, item: 583] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The Student Center "Wildcat Grill" in 1986 continues to be a gathering place between classes; photographer: W. J. Wells, 1986
[box: 2B, item: 584] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 234.

Bartender pouring drinks at "Two Keys" bar and grill on the corner of Limestone and Pine Streets, [1989]
[box: 2B, item: 585] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Crowd of students at "Two Keys" bar and grill, socializing and drinking, [1989]
[box: 2B, item: 586] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Camp Robinson
Camp 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]
[box: 2C, item: 586-2]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp Robinson; interest group, from left, Bobbie Johnson, Morell Compton, and Omeda Salyers, arranges and art gallery, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 587] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp 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]
[box: 2C, item: 588] browse
Scope and Content Note:

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.

Camp Robinson; Unidentified people seated in building at Camp Robinson, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 589] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp 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]
[box: 2C, item: 590] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp 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]
[box: 2C, item: 591] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp 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]
[box: 2C, item: 592] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp 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]
[box: 2C, item: 593] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp Robinson; Roger Barbour, left, assistant professor of zoology at UK, showing something to group of people, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 594] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp Robinson; Roger Barbour, left, assistant professor of zoology at UK, showing something to group of people (duplicate of image 594), [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 594a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp Robinson; unidentified woman holds a snake, with group of other unidentified campers, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 595] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Camp Robinson; Earl Kauffman, associate professor of physical education at UK, walks around camp, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 596] browse
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Camp Robinson; Omeda Salyers (second from left) and three unidentified women are creating a centerpiece on a table, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 597]
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Camp Robinson; unidentified campers standing in circles practicing dancing, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 598]
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Camp Robinson; unidentified campers standing in circles practicing dancing, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 599]
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Camp Robinson; Roger Barbour, right, assistant professor of zoology at UK, cuts unidentified man's hair, [1955]
[box: 2C, item: 600]
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Dr. Earl Kaufman and campers at the University's Summer school in the forest for teachers; Robinson Experiment Station Substation Camp (Agricultural Extension), [1955]
[box: 24, item: 5488] browse
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Carnahan House Conference Center
Organ console, possibly at Carnahan House, [1940]
[box: 2C, item: 601]
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Board 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]
[box: 2C, item: 602]
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Mr. and Mrs. Lesshaft (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Doughty (right) in the boardroom at Carnahan House; Public Relations photo, 1957, December 16
[box: 2C, item: 603] browse
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Children 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]
[box: 2C, item: 604] browse
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Children 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]
[box: 2C, item: 605] browse
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Children 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]
[box: 2C, item: 605a]
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Children 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]
[box: 2C, item: 605b]
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Children 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]
[box: 2C, item: 606] browse
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Members 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, September
[box: 2C, item: 607] browse
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Members 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, September
[box: 2C, item: 608] browse
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Carnahan House exterior; photographer: Michael Koenig, 1974
[box: 2C, item: 609] browse
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Carnahan House exterior; photographer: Michael Koenig, 1974
[box: 2C, item: 610] browse
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Gated entryway to the Carnahan House, 1974
[box: 2C, item: 611] browse
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Carnahan House exterior, 1974
[box: 2C, item: 612] browse
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Carnahan House exterior with two unidentified individuals and dalmation on front steps; photographer: Michael Koenig, 1974
[box: 2C, item: 613] browse
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Proof sheet, 26 images, of various rooms inside the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 614] browse
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Close-up picture of books on a shelf in the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 615] browse
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Close-up picture of books on a shelf in the Carnahan House (duplicate of image 615), [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 615a]
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Unidentified man sitting at desk, talking on the phone at the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 616] browse
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Curio cabinet with various knickknacks on display in the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 617] browse
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Curio cabinet with various knickknacks on display in the Carnahan House (duplicate of image 617), [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 617a]
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Proof sheet, 14 images, of various rooms and the grounds around the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 618] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services - Regular Series No. 21566.

Unidentified woman making a bed in the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 619] browse
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Unidentified woman making a bed in the Carnahan House (duplicate of image 619), [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 619a]
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Proof sheet, 26 images, of various shot inside and around the Carnahan House, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 620] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographic Services - Regular Series No. 21577.

Unidentified woman preparing food in the Carnahan House kitchen, [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 621] browse
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Unidentified woman preparing food in the Carnahan House kitchen (duplicate of image 621), [1982]
[box: 2C, item: 621a]
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Group of people outside at the dedication ceremony of the Carnahan House, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 622] browse
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Group of people outside at the dedication ceremony of the Carnahan House, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 623] browse
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University 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 11
[box: 2C, item: 624] browse
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Group of people outside listening to a speaker at the dedication ceremony of the Carnahan House, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 625] browse
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James W. Carnahan (left) greeting University President Frank Dickey and his spouse Betty at the reception for the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 626] browse
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University 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 11
[box: 2C, item: 627] browse
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Unidentified groups socializing at the reception of the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 628] browse
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James W. Carnahan (seated, left) talking with three unidentified men at the reception for the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 629] browse
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James W. Carnahan (seated, left) shaking hands with unidentified man as unidentified woman looks on, at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 630] browse
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James W. Carnahan (right) talking with unidentified man at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 631] browse
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James W. Carnahan (seated, left) shaking hands with Mrs. Elmer Gilb at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 632] browse
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James W. Carnahan (seated, left) shaking hands with people at reception for Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 633] browse
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Frank 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 11
[box: 2C, item: 634] browse
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Three unidentified people look at a portrait of James W. Carnahan at the reception for the Carnahan House dedication, 1958, May 11
[box: 2C, item: 635] browse
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Carnegie Library
The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 636] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 39.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 638] browse
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b / w, 2 inches by 3.25 inches.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 639] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 640] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Print is outlined in white paint substance.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 641] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 37.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 641a]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Duplicate of Visual File No. 37.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 642] browse
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color, 7 inches by 10 inches. Right top corner torn with archival mending tape.

The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 643] browse
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b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches.

The 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, January
[box: 2C, item: 644] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Center for Academic and Tutorial Services
Two 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, October
[box: 2C, item: 643-2]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.

An architectural drawing of the front of the Robotics Center. Which conducts research and outreach programs in Robotics and Manufacturing Engineering, [1986]
[box: 2C, item: 644-2]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.

An 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]
[box: 2C, item: 644-2a]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.

Construction of the Center of Robotics and Manufacturing Systems, [1988]
[box: 2C, item: 645] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 248.

The front of the Robotic Center, which conducts research and outreach programs in robotics and manufacturing engineering. Memorial Hall reflects in the glass, [1989]
[box: 2C, item: 646] browse
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The 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]
[box: 2C, item: 646a]
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At 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]
[box: 2C, item: 647] browse
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Chemistry and Physics Building
Unidentified 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]
[box: 2C, item: 648] browse
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An unidentified man walking between rows of evergreens by former tennis courts, which is the current site of the Chemistry and Physics Building, [1956]
[box: 2C, item: 649] browse
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An architectural drawing of the East, North, and South sides of the Chemistry and Physics building. Drawing by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1958]
[box: 2C, item: 650] browse
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"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 15
[box: 2C, item: 651] browse
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From 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 11
[box: 2C, item: 652] browse
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From 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 11
[box: 2C, item: 652a]
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From 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 11
[box: 2C, item: 652b]
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1961, August 8
[box: 2C, item: 653] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1961, August 8
[box: 2C, item: 654] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

"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
[box: 2C, item: 655] browse
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Construction of the physics "silo" that holds the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator, 1961, August 7
[box: 2C, item: 656] browse
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Construction of the physics "silo" that holds the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator. , 1961, August 7
[box: 2C, item: 657] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 658] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962, July 30
[box: 2C, item: 659] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962, February 13
[box: 2C, item: 660] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962, February 13
[box: 2C, item: 661] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 661-2]
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 662] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 663] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 664] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 665] browse
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Construction of the Chemistry and Physics Building; five 2.25 inches by 2.25 inches proofs cut from a larger sheet of images, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 666] browse
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A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1962
[box: 2C, item: 667] browse
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A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building (duplicate of image 667), 1962
[box: 2C, item: 667a]
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A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building , 1963
[box: 2C, item: 668] browse
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A photo of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building , 1963
[box: 2C, item: 669] browse
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A classroom in the Chemistry and Physics Building. This is typical seating throughout the building , 1963
[box: 2D, item: 670] browse
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A 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", 1963
[box: 2D, item: 671] browse
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A 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", 1963
[box: 2D, item: 672] browse
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b / w, 2.5 inches by 8 inches.

Four unidentified men installing the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo" , 1963
[box: 2D, item: 673] browse
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Unidentified men are getting ready to install the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo". Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 674] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 8.5 inches.

Five unidentified men are getting reading to install the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo". Photographer: R. R. Rodney Boyce, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 675] browse
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Unidentified men are getting reading to install the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator into the physics "silo", 1963
[box: 2D, item: 676] browse
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An atom-splitting accelerator is installed in the "silo" of the Chemistry-Physics Building, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 677] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 162.

An unidentified man is walking past the physics "silo", where the Van de Graff nuclear accelerator is located, next to the Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 678] browse
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An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 679] browse
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An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 680] browse
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An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building. Photographer Services- Regular Series number 12005 (duplicate of image 680), 1963
[box: 2D, item: 680a]
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An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building. Photographer Services- Regular Series number 12005 (duplicate of image 680), 1963
[box: 2D, item: 680b]
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An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 681] browse
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An entrance labeled 'Physics' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, 1963
[box: 2D, item: 682] browse
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A photo of two cars parked near the Chemistry and Physics Building, [1963]
[box: 2D, item: 683] browse
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An entrance labeled 'Chemistry' on the exterior of the completed Chemistry and Physics Building, [1963]
[box: 2D, item: 684] browse
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Classrooms and Laboratories
Students at work in a chemistry laboratory, [1901]
[box: 2D, item: 685] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 32.

A 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]
[box: 2D, item: 686] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 33 Image is on a cardboard material; the photograph is faded from light exposure.

Unidentified students working in a laboratory. This photo was reproduced by R. R. Rodney Boyce and Associates. Prints received December, 1964 from Rodney Boyce, [1910]
[box: 2D, item: 687] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students working in a classroom, [1950]
[box: 2D, item: 688] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 127.

Unidentified students in a pharmacy classroom, [1955]
[box: 2D, item: 689] browse
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Six unidentified men looking at a machine in a laboratory, [1955]
[box: 2D, item: 690] browse
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Two unidentified men looking at a demonstration, [1955]
[box: 2D, item: 691] browse
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Ronald 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]
[box: 2D, item: 692] browse
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Two unidentified men are standing by a machine in the engineering department, [1958]
[box: 2D, item: 693] browse
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Four unidentified people are performing an experiment. This photo received December 30, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]
[box: 2D, item: 694] browse
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An unidentified man in the Pharmacy stock room. This photo received December 30, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]
[box: 2D, item: 695] browse
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The 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]
[box: 2D, item: 696] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 2D, item: 697] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified former female student holding a rat. This photo received December 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 698] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified former female student holding a rat. This photo received December 1960 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 698), [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 698a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Pharmacy students are performing a lab experiment. From rear to front: Bobby Reister, unidentified man, unidentified woman, unidentified woman, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 699] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches

Three unidentified students grinding a substance in a pharmacy lab. A University of Kentucky photograph, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 700] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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]
[box: 2D, item: 701] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Medical Center visitors with Dr. Carlson. Photo received on September 2, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]
[box: 2D, item: 702] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A class having a discussion with an unidentified teacher. Received from Public Relations, [1966]
[box: 2D, item: 703] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified female student is taking note in class, [1967]
[box: 2D, item: 704] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified men are working in a laboratory. One man is looking through a microscope, [1967]
[box: 2D, item: 705] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is performing an experiment, [1968]
[box: 2D, item: 706] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified female student is taking a final exam. This photograph appears first on page 133 in the 1969 "Kentuckian" , [1968]
[box: 2D, item: 707] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified student is eating in Pence Hall while working on a project. This photo appears first on page 193 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2D, item: 708] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified student wearing headphones while working on a project in Pence Hall. This photograph appears second on page 193 in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2D, item: 709] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is holding the arm bone of a class skeleton model, [1969]
[box: 2D, item: 710] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 2D, item: 711] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students are having class outdoors. Many professors hold class outside the classroom when the weather permits, [1970]
[box: 2D, item: 712] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 188.

During the 1979''s, Donovan Scholars, persons over age 65 who may enroll in classes tuition free, became a familiar sight in class, [1970]
[box: 2D, item: 713] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 202.

An unidentified man performing an experiment, [1971]
[box: 2D, item: 714] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified man looking at a machine, [1972]
[box: 2D, item: 715] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Mark Denomme (standing to the right) and two unidentified people gather around a computer in the computer lab for this photograph, [1990]
[box: 2D, item: 716] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Students sit in a class, [1958]
[box: 13, item: 4614] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A man pours a solution into a test tube in a laboratory, [1950]
[box: 13, item: 4597] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students are listening to an unidentified man in the CSX Corporation Room in the Gatton School of Business and Economics, undated
[box: 47, item: 7160] browse
Scope and Content Note:

color, 8 inches by 10 inches

Coal Research Laboratory
Two unidentified men are standing outside of the Coal Research Laboratory. Photographer was Mark Huges, 1948
[box: 2D, item: 717] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Moisture damage on two sides.

Coldstream Farm
A grassy field on the Coldstream Farm. Received January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 718] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A grassy field on the Coldstream Farm, showing a tree with a fence around it. Received January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 719] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Horses and a stable on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 10, 1956 from Public relations, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 720] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Horses and a stable on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 10, 1957 from Public relations , [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 721] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Horses and a stable on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 722] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cows grazing on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 723] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cows grazing on the Coldstream Farm. Received on January 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 724] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A field with a house in the distance is on the Coldstream Farm, [1956]
[box: 2D, item: 725] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Carnahan House on the Coldstream Farm, now the University of Kentucky's Industrial Park on Newtown Pike, Lexington, Kentucky. Photographer: Kentucky Agricultural Extension, [1957]
[box: 2D, item: 726] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7.75 inches by 9.5 inches. Photograph is attached to cardboard .

Aerial view of the Carnahan House and the Coldstream Farm. Photographer: Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, [1965]
[box: 2D, item: 727] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. The house is outlined in red.

Hughes Display Products Corporation on Coldstream Research Campus. Proposed building-architectural artist's rendering. Received on October 27, 1999 from Public Relations, [1990]
[box: 2D, item: 728] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Hughes Display Products Corporation on Coldstream Research Campus. Proposed building-architectural artist's rendering. Received on October 27, 1999 from Public Relations, [1990]
[box: 2D, item: 729] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Combs Cancer Research Building
In 1986, the construction began on the Dorothy E. Combs Cancer Research Building. Photographer: Ken Goad, 1986
[box: 2D, item: 730] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 232.

Commonwealth Stadium - C. M. Newton Field
A 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]
[box: 2D, item: 731] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.

Construction of the Commonwealth Stadium is nearing completion. Photographer: Frank Anderson of the Herald-Leader, [1973]
[box: 2D, item: 732] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

At the opening of Commonwealth Football Stadium dinner, [1973]
[box: 2D, item: 733] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Aerial view of Commonwealth Football Stadium during a football game, [1973]
[box: 2D, item: 734] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Aerial view of Commonwealth Football Stadium during a football game. This image was used for the "University of Kentucky: Then and Now" book project, [1973]
[box: 2D, item: 735] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Community Colleges - Hendersonville
Students studying in a library; Northwest Center University of Kentucky in Henderson, Kentucky, [1957]
[box: 6D, item: 2416] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 8 inches.

Community Colleges - Jefferson
Governor 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 13
[box: 2D, item: 736] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Community Colleges - Lexington
Architect's sketch of the Academic/Technical Building. Illustrator: Andrew Lynn. Architects: Ross and Feldman Architecture, Inc, [1992]
[box: 2D, item: 737] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Architect's sketch of the Academic/Technical Building. Illustrator: Andrew Lynn. Architects: Ross and Feldman Architecture, Inc. (duplicate of image 737), [1992]
[box: 2D, item: 737a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Community Colleges - Northern Kentucky, Covington
Mayor 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 14
[box: 2D, item: 738] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is rippled from water damage.

Dr. 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 2
[box: 2D, item: 739] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photo is rippled from water damage.

A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky. Received March 12, 1964 from Public Relations. , [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 740] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 741] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 742] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky. Received December 17, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 743] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the Northern Center in Covington, Kentucky, [1960]
[box: 2D, item: 744] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Community Colleges - Owensboro
A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 745] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 746] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 747] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 748] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 749] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 750] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 751] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 752] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 753] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 754] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 755] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 756] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 757] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 758] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 759] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 760] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 761] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 762] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 763] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 764] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 765] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 766] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 767] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 2E, item: 768] browse
Scope and Content Note:

sepia, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

Community Colleges - Paducah
Students walking across a bridge on the campus of the Community College in Paducah, [1972]
[box: 2E, item: 769] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Community Colleges - Prestonsburg
An exterior view of Prestonsburg Community College, 1979, September
[box: 53, item: 7575] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches

An exterior view of Prestonsburg Community College, 1979
[box: 53, item: 7576] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

Community Colleges - Southeast
Construction of the Southeast Student Center in Cumberland, [1959-60]
[box: 2E, item: 770] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cooper, Thomas Poe Building (Forestry)
Thomas Poe Cooper Building which now houses the Forestry Department, [1958]
[box: 2E, item: 771] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Thomas Poe Cooper Building (right) which now houses the Forestry Department. Received June 16, 1958 from the Public Relations, [1958]
[box: 2E, item: 772] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Thomas Poe Cooper Building which now houses the Forestry Department, [1958]
[box: 2E, item: 773] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Cooperative House
An unidentified male student is talking in the Cooperative House. This photo is first on page 209, in the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 774] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cooperstown Apartments
Preparation for fabricated houses. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1945]
[box: 2E, item: 775] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Preparation for fabricated houses. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland (duplicate of image 775), [1945]
[box: 2E, item: 775a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two men hauling the temporary buildings for Cooperstown Apartments, [1945]
[box: 2E, item: 776] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

This is either the setting of or the removal of the Army barracks that were first used as Old Cooperstown, [1945]
[box: 2E, item: 777] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Set up of fabricated houses for ex-service men who attended University of Kentucky. Photographer: Bluegrass Studio, [1945]
[box: 2E, item: 778] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.25 inches by 10 inches.

After 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]
[box: 2E, item: 779] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

After 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]
[box: 2E, item: 779a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 112.

Aerial view of Coopertown, Veterans' housing project at the University of Kentucky, [1947]
[box: 2E, item: 781] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Apartments after World War II were actually portable war buildings, [1947]
[box: 2E, item: 782] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.

A model of the Cooperstown Apartments. This model was made by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1954]
[box: 2E, item: 783] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A model of the Cooperstown Apartments. This model was made by Brock and Johnson Architects, [1954]
[box: 2E, item: 784] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Cooperstown Apartments. Photographer: Herald-Leader, [1955]
[box: 2E, item: 785] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Foundation 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]
[box: 2E, item: 786] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Foundation work for the new Cooperstown Apartments, 1955
[box: 2E, item: 787] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Foundation work for the new Cooperstown Apartments, 1955
[box: 2E, item: 788] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Men laying block for Cooperstown Apartments-Married and graduate housing. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1955
[box: 2E, item: 789] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.25 inches.

Construction of Cooperstown Apartments-Married and graduate housing. Photographer: Herald-Leader, 1955
[box: 2E, item: 790] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 9.25 inches.

"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.", 1956
[box: 2E, item: 791] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Parking lot of Cooperstown Apartments after the new buildings were built, 1956
[box: 2E, item: 792] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Truck of furniture being delivered to Cooperstown Apartments, 1956
[box: 2E, item: 793] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Truck of furniture being delivered to Cooperstown Apartments, 1956
[box: 2E, item: 795] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

View 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]
[box: 2E, item: 796] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Standing on the side walk of Woodland Avenue, looking towards the Baseball Stadium. Received on June 25, 1958 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 2E, item: 797] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Man with child at Cooperstown recreation area. Received on January 11, 1960 from Public Relations, [1960]
[box: 2E, item: 798] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cooperstown Apartments- Interior
Couple, Mr. and Mrs. James Bostic, are in the bedroom of an old prefabricated Cooperstown house. (Mrs. Bostic's maiden name was Frances Murphy), 1946
[box: 2E, item: 799] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Couple, 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, 1946
[box: 2E, item: 800] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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), 1946
[box: 2E, item: 801] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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, 1946
[box: 2E, item: 802] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Duke Curnette and Family in the new Cooperstown Apartments, completely furnished and window blinds. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2E, item: 803] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Mr. and Mrs. Duke Curnette washing dishes in the kitchen of the new Cooperstown Apartments. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2E, item: 804] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Mr. and Mrs. Duke Curnette washing dishes in the kitchen of the new Cooperstown Apartments. Received on March 22, 1957 from Public Relations, [1956]
[box: 2E, item: 805] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Mr. 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]
[box: 2E, item: 806] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Mr. 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]
[box: 2E, item: 806a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dickey Hall
An 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]
[box: 2E, item: 811] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Lyman 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, 1963
[box: 2E, item: 812] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Lyman 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, 1963
[box: 2E, item: 813] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Dickey Hall. Received on November 21, 1963 from Public Relations, 1963
[box: 2E, item: 814] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Dickey Hall, 1963
[box: 2E, item: 815] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Dickey Hall, 1964
[box: 2E, item: 816] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 165.

A 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, 1964
[box: 2E, item: 817] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified men and women are standing outside at the dedication on March 11, 1965, of Dickey Hall, 1965
[box: 2E, item: 818] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dillard House
Nine unidentified students outside of the Community House, also known as the Dillard House, 1968
[box: 2E, item: 818-2]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Image numbers inadvertently unassigned.

An unidentified student is painting an advertisement for the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 200 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 819] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are talking in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 200 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 820] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are preparing a meal in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 202 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 821] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified students are talking in the living room of the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 201 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 822] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are in a bedroom of the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 201 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 823] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 2E, item: 824] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified people are outside on the lawn of the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 208 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 825] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified students are preparing a meal in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 162 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 826] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are eating at a table in the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 210 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 827] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are preparing a meal in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 163 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 828] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are fixing breakfast in the Dillard House. This photo is second on page 207 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 829] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified students are eating breakfast in the Dillard House. This photo is first on page 207 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1968]
[box: 2E, item: 830] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Doorways
The entrance and doorway of Miller Hall from the exterior. It says "Natural Science" above the door, undated
[box: 43, item: 6912] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.

The entrance and doorway of Barker Hall from the exterior, undated
[box: 43, item: 6913] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

The entrance and doorway of the Administration Building from the exterior. The glass above the door says "Administration.", undated
[box: 43, item: 6914] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

The entrance and doorway of the Gillis Building from the exterior. It says "Ezra Gillis Building" above the door, undated
[box: 43, item: 6915] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

Dormitories- Blanding and Kirwan Towers
Aerial architectural drawing of the new Kirwan-Blanding Complex, 1960
[box: 3A, item: 831] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A model of the new Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex. This model shows three towers and only two were built, [1963]
[box: 3A, item: 832] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Blanding Tower rises in 1967 on the south farm, 1967
[box: 3A, item: 833] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Visual File No. 171.

Aerial 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.", 1968
[box: 3A, item: 834] browse
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b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.

Aerial 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), 1968
[box: 3A, item: 834a]
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b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.

Aerial 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), 1968
[box: 3A, item: 834b]
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b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.

Aerial 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), 1968
[box: 3A, item: 834c]
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b / w, 7 inches by 7 inches.

Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex, [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 835] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex, [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 836] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 836a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 836b]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 836c]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Aerial view of Kirwan-Blanding Dormitory Complex (duplicate of image 836), [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 836d]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dedication 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, 1968
[box: 3A, item: 837] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches.

President 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", 1968
[box: 3A, item: 838]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Blanding and Kirwan dormitory complex, [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 839]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A plaque marking the dedication of the Blanding and Kirwan dormitory complex, [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 840]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

One of several courtyards in the Blanding-Kirwan dormitory complex, [1968]
[box: 3A, item: 841]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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, Spring
[box: 3A, item: 842]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman walking along the front of one of the low-rise dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 843]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman walking along the front of one of the low-rise dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 844]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A view along the front of a low-rise dormitory at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 845]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

One of the towers at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 846] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo taken from the stairs along side of the Commons Building at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 847] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

One of the towers at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 848] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 849] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dorm living at the new Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo appears second on page 198 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 850] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Kirwan-Blanding Complex Halloween Party in 1969. This photo appears first on page 199 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 851] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dorm living at the new Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo appears first on page 206 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 852] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 853] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Graduate Co-ed Dorms in the Kirwan-Blanding Towers in 1969. This photo appears second on page 206 of the 1969 "Kentuckian", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 854] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 855] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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", 1969
[box: 3A, item: 856] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of a low-rise dormitory in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex at night, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 857] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex at night, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 858] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the towers in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 859] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of one of the towers in the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 860] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An evening view of one of the towers and of the low-rise of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 861] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of one of the towers of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex. This photo is at an angle looking up from the base, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 862] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of the front of a low-rise building of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 863] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An upward looking view of one of the towers of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, 1969
[box: 3A, item: 864] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

One of the towers of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1969]
[box: 3A, item: 865] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A color photo of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex at night, with the windows of the towers lit-up in the shape of a cross, [1972]
[box: 3A, item: 866] browse
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color, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified women are sunbathing near the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1973]
[box: 3A, item: 867] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified female students are studying in a dorm room of the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, [1975]
[box: 3A, item: 868] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

In this photo, the top half of Kirwan Tower is reflected in a rain puddle, 1984
[box: 3A, item: 869] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 226.

The Commons at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex houses one of the many computer laboratories located across the campus, 1986
[box: 3A, item: 870] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 235.

Dining in the Commons Cafeteria in 1986 at the Kirwan-Blanding Complex, 1986
[box: 3A, item: 871] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 236.

A 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, 1996
[box: 3A, item: 872] browse
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color, 4 inches by 5 inches.

An aerial view of Kirwan and Blanding Towers, undated
[box: 53, item: 7570] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 9.5 inched.

Dormitories - Blazer Hall
Architectural drawing of "Woman's Residence Hall No. 6 and central dining unit", now called Blazer Hall. Drawing by: Meriweather, Marye, and Association, [1960]
[box: 3A, item: 873] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Blazer Hall, [1961]
[box: 3A, item: 874] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Blazer Hall nearing completion. Received February 13, 1962 from Public Relations, 1962
[box: 3A, item: 875] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Blazer Hall nearly complete. This photo taken of the front entrance of Blazer Hall. Received February 13, 1962 from Public Relations, 1962
[box: 3A, item: 876] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President Frank Dickey speaking at the dedication of Blazer Hall on October 14, 1962. This photo received October 1962 from Public Relations, 1962, October 14
[box: 3A, item: 877] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President Frank Dickey speaking at the dedication of Blazer Hall on October 14, 1962. This photo received October 1962 from Public Relations, 1962, October 14
[box: 3A, item: 878] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President Frank Dickey getting ready to put the 1960 block on Blazer Hall. This photograph received October 16, 1960 from Public Relations, 1962, October 14
[box: 3A, item: 879] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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 14
[box: 3A, item: 880] browse
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b / w, 6.25 inches by 10 inches.

A proof sheet of the dedication of Blazer Hall, 1962, October 14
[box: 3A, item: 881] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A proof sheet of the dedication of Blazer Hall featuring President Dickey and Mrs. Paul Blazer with her grandchildren, 1962, October 14
[box: 3A, item: 882] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A proof sheet of the dedication of Blazer Hall, 1962, October 14
[box: 3A, item: 883] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

From 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]
[box: 3A, item: 884] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Photo 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]
[box: 3A, item: 885] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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]
[box: 3A, item: 886] browse
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b / w, 3 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3A, item: 887] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Boarding Houses
A group of unidentified people on the front steps of the Carr Boarding House. Carr is the name of the owner of the house, [1903]
[box: 3A, item: 888] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.25 inches.

A group of unidentified people on the front steps of the Carr Boarding House. Carr is the name of the owner of the house, [1903]
[box: 3A, item: 889] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.25 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3A, item: 890] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3A, item: 890a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A photo of a room in a girl's dorm, [1907]
[box: 3A, item: 891] browse
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b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches.

Dormitories- Bowman Hall
Construction of Bowman Hall, a men's dormitory, was named after John Bowman. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]
[box: 3B, item: 911] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Bowman Hall, a men's dormitory, was named after John Bowman. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland (duplicate of image 911), [1947]
[box: 3B, item: 911a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3B, item: 912] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Entrance 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]
[box: 3B, item: 913] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

View of Bowman Hall from Washington Avenue, [1955]
[box: 3B, item: 914] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified men sitting and socializing inside Bowman Hall, [1955]
[box: 3B, item: 915] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified men watch as two unidentified men play table tennis in Bowman Hall. Received on March 18, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3B, item: 916] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1048] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 7 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Boyd Hall
Front of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd, [1937]
[box: 3B, item: 917] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Seven unidentified women in front of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd, [1953]
[box: 3B, item: 918] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Seven unidentified women walking out of Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1953]
[box: 3B, item: 919] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photographer: Ben L. Williams.

Built in 1925, Boyd Hall was the second girl's dormitory built on the University of Kentucky's campus, [1957]
[box: 3B, item: 920] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3B, item: 921] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.

Two 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]
[box: 3B, item: 922] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.

Five 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]
[box: 3B, item: 923] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.

Unidentified women are to and from Boyd Hall, a woman's dormitory. Boyd Hall was built in 1925 and was named after Cleona Boyd. , [1957]
[box: 3B, item: 924] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.

Boyd Hall. The dormitory was built in 1925 as the second dormitory to house women, undated
[box: 53, item: 7578] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Breckinridge Hall
Construction of Breckinridge Hall, men's dormitory. Breckinridge Hall was named after William Campbell Preston Breckinridge. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]
[box: 3B, item: 925] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Breckinridge Hall, men's dormitory. Breckinridge Hall was named after William Campbell Preston Breckinridge. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]
[box: 3B, item: 926] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Breckinridge Hall, men's dormitory. Breckinridge Hall was named after William Campbell Preston Breckinridge. Photographer: La Fayette Studio, [1929]
[box: 3B, item: 927] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Typical student's room in Breckinridge Hall, [1930]
[box: 3B, item: 928] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories - Donovan Hall
Architects 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]
[box: 3B, item: 929] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.

Architects' 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]
[box: 3B, item: 929a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.

Architects' 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]
[box: 3B, item: 930] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5.5 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3B, item: 931] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 139.

Donovan Hall under construction. Donovan Hall was named after former University of Kentucky President Herman L. Donovan. On May 30, 1955, the dedication occurred, [1954]
[box: 3B, item: 932] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3B, item: 933] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Six unidentified men are talking in front of Donovan Hall, [1955]
[box: 3B, item: 934] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Six unidentified men are talking in front of Donovan Hall, [1955]
[box: 3B, item: 935] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are talking in a bedroom of Donovan Hall, [1957]
[box: 3B, item: 936] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified men are watching television and four unidentified men are reading newspapers in the basement of Donovan Hall, [1957]
[box: 3B, item: 937] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cars 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]
[box: 3B, item: 938] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are looking at a picture of a woman in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 939] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are looking at a picture of a woman in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 940] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are talking in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 941] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are talking in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 942] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are talking in a Donovan Hall dorm room, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 943] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are walking towards Donovan Hall, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 944] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

James Thomas (seated in chair) and one unidentified man are socializing in a dorm room of Donovan Hall, [1960]
[box: 3B, item: 945] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Exteriors
A 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, undated
[box: 3B, item: 946] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A proof sheet of residence halls, Blazer Hall and Bradley Hall, and of the Chemistry-Physics Building, undated
[box: 3B, item: 947] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- General
Three 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, 1953
[box: 3A, item: 893] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Shown in photograph are Jane Floyd, Kate Mahood, and Nancy McKinley. Photographer: Lexington Herald-Leader, 1953
[box: 3A, item: 894] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Marcia Walden is looking at a picture in a dorm room. Photographer: Herald-Leader, [1953]
[box: 3A, item: 895] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 896] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 897] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 898] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Suzanne Freed (left) and Margaret Futwell (right) are unpacking in a dorm room, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 899] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified women in the lobby of a dormitory, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 900] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified women in the lobby of a dormitory, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 901] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified men in the stairway of a dorm, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 902] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified men are playing ping pong and two unidentified men are watching, in the basement of a boy's dorm, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 903] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified men socializing in a men's dorm, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 904] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified men are looking at a book, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 905] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are looking at magazines in a dorm, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 906] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

One unidentified man is reading a paper and one unidentified man is writing, [1955]
[box: 3A, item: 907] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified women are reading in the bridge/hallway between Patterson and Boyd Halls. , [1957]
[box: 3A, item: 908] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Received March 16, 1957 from Public Relations.

From 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]
[box: 3A, item: 909] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

From 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]
[box: 3A, item: 910] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Bulletin boards for birthday cards and important notices were essential in a 1970's residence hall room, [1970]
[box: 3B, item: 948] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 189.

In 1984, life in the residence halls provided all the essentials--comfort, convenience, and a private phone, 1984
[box: 3B, item: 949] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 227.

Dormitories- Haggin Hall
Construction 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]
[box: 3B, item: 950] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Construction of Haggin Hall. Haggin Hall was named after James B. Haggin and dedicated on September 16, 1960. Received August 5, 1959 from Public Relations, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 951] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 952] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Photograph has damaged spots where a portion of the photo is missing.

Unidentified 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), 1959
[box: 3B, item: 952a]
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 953] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 954] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin Hall, a men's dormitory, under construction. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 955] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 956] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 957] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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, 1959
[box: 3B, item: 958] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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]
[box: 3B, item: 959] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Haggin 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]
[box: 3B, item: 960] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3B, item: 961] browse
Scope and Content Note:

b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Haggin Hall is nearing completion. Haggin Hall was dedicated on September 16, 1960 and was named after James B. Haggin, [1960]
[box: 3B, item: 962] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Former 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 16
[box: 3B, item: 963] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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 16
[box: 3B, item: 964] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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 16
[box: 3B, item: 965] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Hamilton House
Two Home Economics majors are seated on the porch of the Hamilton House, on Limestone Street, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1112] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

At 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1210] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

At 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1211] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Six 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]
[box: 6D, item: 2477] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Holmes Hall
The temporary barracks that had been used are being torn down for the construction of Holmes Hall to begin, 1955, December 18
[box: 3B, item: 966] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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
[box: 3B, item: 967] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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 28
[box: 3B, item: 968] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1956
[box: 3B, item: 969] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1956
[box: 3B, item: 970] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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 2
[box: 3B, item: 971] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1956
[box: 3B, item: 972] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1958 for Sarah B. Holmes, [1956]
[box: 3B, item: 973] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1958 for Sarah B. Holmes, [1956]
[box: 3B, item: 974] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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, 1956
[box: 3B, item: 975] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 976] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 977] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 978] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 979] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Holmes Hall began on June 27, 1956, a woman's dormitory which was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 980] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 981] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Holmes Hall, a woman's dormitory, is near completion. It was dedicated on May 25, 1956 for Sarah B. Holmes, 1957
[box: 3B, item: 982] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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, 1958
[box: 3B, item: 983] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President 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 25
[box: 3B, item: 984] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The Sarah Holmes family, listening to the dedication of Holmes Hall on May 25, 1958. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25
[box: 3B, item: 985] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Sarah 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 25
[box: 3B, item: 986] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dean 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 25
[box: 3B, item: 987] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dean 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 25
[box: 3B, item: 988] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dean 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 25
[box: 3B, item: 989] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Sarah 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 25
[box: 3B, item: 990] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President Dickey and Sarah Holmes are unlocking the doors to Holmes Hall at the dedication. Received May 25, 1958 from Public Relations, 1958, May 25
[box: 3B, item: 991] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified women are seated around a desk in Holmes Hall. Photographer: University of Kentucky. Received November 18, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 992] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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]
[box: 3B, item: 993] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified women are in their dorm room in Holmes Hall. Photographer: University of Kentucky, [1958]
[box: 3B, item: 994] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Katherine 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]
[box: 3B, item: 995] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Jewell Hall
An 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]
[box: 3B, item: 996] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Cars 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]
[box: 3B, item: 997] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3B, item: 998] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3B, item: 999] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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]
[box: 3B, item: 1000] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- Keeneland Hall
Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1001] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1002] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1003] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1004] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1005] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1006] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Keeneland 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1007] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

President 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, 1955
[box: 3C, item: 1008] browse
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b / w, 6.75 inches by 6.75 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1009] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1009a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1010] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1011] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Ann 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1012] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Martha 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1013] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1014] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1015] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Front 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1016] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1017] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1018] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Keeneland Hall (right) and Blazer Hall (left) in May of 1969, after three houses were removed to build the two dormitories, 1969
[box: 3C, item: 1019] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.

Two young men read magazines in a dorm room in Keeneland Hall, 1986, May
[box: 53, item: 7569] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is from photographic services contact sheet 26767. The photograph was taken by Ken Goad.

Dormitories- Kinkead Hall
Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1020] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1021] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1022] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1023] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1024] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students are near Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead, [1955]
[box: 3C, item: 1025] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students are near Kinkead Hall, a men's dormitory. Kinkead Hall was built in 1929 and was named after William B. Kinkead, [1955]
[box: 3C, item: 1026] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1027] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Kinkead Hall, shown here, was the last men's dormitory to be released by the Army, undated
[box: 3C, item: 1028] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Dormitories- Men's Residence Halls
Men's dormitory, room interiors, with four bunk beds. Nollau F Series Print Collection, Box 5a, Folder 121, Item one, [1908]
[box: 3C, item: 1029] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II, [1929]
[box: 3C, item: 1030] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1031] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1032] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1032a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1033] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1034] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1035] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1035a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1036] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1037] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1038] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Breckinridge Hall, Kinkead Hall, and Bradley Hall in 1929. Construction of Bowman Hall was not until after World War II, [1929]
[box: 3C, item: 1039] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1040] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1041] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1042] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1043] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1044] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1045] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Courtyard 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1046] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Left to right: Bradley Hall (1921), Kinkead Hall (1929), and Breckinridge Hall (1929), [1929]
[box: 3C, item: 1047] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.

Dormitories- Patterson Hall
Four 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]
[box: 3A, item: 892] browse
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b / w, 5.5 inches by 7.5 inches.

Patterson Hall, UK's first woman's dorm completed in 1904, was named after James K. Patterson, [1905]
[box: 3C, item: 1049] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Patterson 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1050] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Patterson Hall, UK's first woman's dorm completed in 1904, was named after James K. Patterson. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]
[box: 3C, item: 1051] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Nancy 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1052] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Seven 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1053] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1054] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two young women are sitting in a dorm room in Patterson Hall, 1986, May
[box: 53, item: 7571] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph is from photographic services contact sheet 26767. The photograph was taken by Ken Goad.

The entrance to Patterson Hall, undated
[box: 53, item: 7572] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches

Two women are approaching the entrance to Patterson Hall, undated
[box: 53, item: 7573] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dormitories- White Hall
The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967. Photographer: Edgar C. Loevenhart, [1884]
[box: 3C, item: 1055] browse
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b / w, 5.5 inches by 6.5 inches.

The "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]
[box: 3C, item: 1056] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 8 inches.

View 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1057] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

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, [1910]
[box: 3C, item: 1058] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches. Visual File No. 94.

The "Old" White Hall building, the University of Kentucky's first dormitory, was built in 1882, and destroyed in 1967 (duplicate of image 1058), [1910]
[box: 3C, item: 1058a]
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1059] browse
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b / w, 6 inches by 9 inches.

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]
[box: 3C, item: 1060] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

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 (duplicate of image 1060), [1953]
[box: 3C, item: 1060a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1061] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1062] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1063] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

White 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1064] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

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. This photo appears second on page 32 of the 1957 "Kentuckian". Photographer: Thomasson-Smith. Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3C, item: 1065] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

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, [1958]
[box: 3C, item: 1066] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

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 December 4, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]
[box: 3C, item: 1067] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1068] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1069] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1069a]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1069b]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1069c]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1069d]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1069e]
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3C, item: 1070] browse
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b / w, 3.75 inches by 6 inches.

Dormitories - Women's Residence Halls
Melanie Byars, UK student is in a residence hall, undated
[box: 53, item: 7574] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Entranceways
Officer Norman Cook near construction, 1963, October
[box: 6D, item: 2474] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The entranceway to the Administration / Main Building. Patterson Office Tower is the tall building behind the trees, undated
[box: 47, item: 7152] browse
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color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

The entranceway to the Administration / Main Building, undated
[box: 47, item: 7153] browse
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color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

The entranceway to the Administration / Main Building. Patterson Office Tower is the tall building behind the trees, undated
[box: 47, item: 7154] browse
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color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

"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]
[box: 5A, item: 1759] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

"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]
[box: 5A, item: 1760] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Erikson Hall
The front of Erikson Hall, Home Economics building. Named after Statie Erikson, [1941]
[box: 3C, item: 1071] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of Erikson Hall, Home Economics building. Named after Statie Erikson, [1941]
[box: 3C, item: 1072] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified women are conversing on the stairs in front of Erikson Hall, Home Economics building. Named after Statie Erikson, [1941]
[box: 3C, item: 1073] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Faculty Club- Hilary J. Boone
The Faculty Club under construction. This new building was financed by Hilary J. Boone, Jr, [1986]
[box: 3C, item: 1074] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Fine Arts Building
"Old" Fine Arts Building. Photographer: Starman Studio, [1930]
[box: 3C, item: 1075] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 92.

Architects drawing of the Fine Arts Building, University of Kentucky. Architects: Brock and Johnson, [1946]
[box: 3C, item: 1076] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Fine Arts Buildingand a view of the McLean Stadium and Stoll football field. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]
[box: 3C, item: 1077] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Fine Arts Building. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, [1947]
[box: 3C, item: 1078] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Fine Arts Building. Photographer: Mack Hughes. Received April 26, 1948 from Public Relations, [1948]
[box: 3C, item: 1079] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fine Arts Building located on Rose Street, with McLean Stadium in the background. Photographer: Mack Hughes. Received April 26, 1948 from Public Relations, [1948]
[box: 3C, item: 1080] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3C, item: 1081] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students 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, 1950
[box: 3D, item: 1082] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is walking past the side of the Fine Arts Building, where there is a wooden sculpture on the building, [1951]
[box: 3D, item: 1083] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

View of the front, main entrance of the Fine Arts Building, [1951]
[box: 3D, item: 1084] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

View of the front, main entrance of the Fine Arts Building, [1951]
[box: 3D, item: 1085] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

Unidentified students walking past the entrance to the Art Gallery, which is inside the Fine Arts Building. Photographer: Sound Business Magazine , [1952]
[box: 3D, item: 1086] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified women and men are conversing in front of the Fine Arts Building. Photo was donated January 14, 1994 by Professor David Blythe, [1952]
[box: 3D, item: 1087] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1087a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Fine Arts Building, [1952]
[box: 3D, item: 1088] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1089] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Food Storage Building
Two cars and two bikes are near the Food Storage Building. Received May 3, 1961 from Public Relations, [1961]
[box: 3D, item: 1090] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fraternity and Sorority Houses
Front view of the Sigma Nu House, 1925
[box: 3D, item: 1091] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Front of the Delta Delta Delta House. This photo is on page 314 of the 1947 "Kentuckian", [1946]
[box: 3D, item: 1092] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Front of the Chi Omega House. This photo is on page 274 of the 1948 "Kentuckian", [1947]
[box: 3D, item: 1093] browse
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b / w, 7 inches by 10.5 inches. Photograph is attached on a piece of cardboard material.

Front of the Delta Chi House. This photo is on page 300 of the 1948 "Kentuckian", [1947]
[box: 3D, item: 1094] browse
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b / w, 7 inches by 10.5 inches. Photograph is attached on a piece of cardboard material.

An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1095] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1096] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1097] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1098] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1099] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman in talking to an unidentified man in front of the Alpha Delta Pi House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1100] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Nancy 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1101] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1102] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Nancy 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]
[box: 5E, item: 2064] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified women of the Chi Omega sorority are talking while two unidentified women are playing the piano in the Chi Omega House, [1955]
[box: 3D, item: 1103] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Mary 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1104] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1105] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1106] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is standing in front of the Pi Kappa Alpha house, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1107] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman and an unidentified man are standing in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha house, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1108] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1109] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Five unidentified men are in front of the Delta Tau Delta house. Received April 15, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1110] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Sigma Chi house on South Limestone. This building was destroyed in the summer of 1959. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1111] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Alpha Gamma Delta house. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1113] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Alpha Sigma Pi house, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1114] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The side of the Delta Delta Delta house. Photographer: Mack Hughes, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1115] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1116] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1117] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Carolyn 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1118] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four unidentified men are conversing in the living room of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house. Received August 7, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1119] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Delta Zeta house and sorority row. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1120] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of sorority row. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1121] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The Kappa Delta house and the Alpha Gamma Delta house of sorority row are under construction. Received August 9, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1122] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1123] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1124] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Three unidentified men are constructing a stone wall, [1958]
[box: 3D, item: 1125] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Helen 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1126] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Roy Wood (right) and an unidentified man are in front of the Delta Tau Delta house. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]
[box: 3D, item: 1127] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Roy Wood (right) and an unidentified man are in front of the Delta Tau Delta house. Received May 22, 1958 from Public Relations, [1958]
[box: 3D, item: 1128] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is seated and an unidentified man is standing near a fire place in an unidentified fraternity house, [1958]
[box: 3D, item: 1129] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An unidentified woman is seated and an unidentified man are looking at a trophy in an unidentified fraternity house, [1958]
[box: 3D, item: 1130] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Sarah 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1131] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Alpha Tau Omega house. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations, [1959]
[box: 3D, item: 1132] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of the Alpha Tau Omega house. Received July 31, 1959 from Public Relations (duplicate of image 1132), [1959]
[box: 3D, item: 1132a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3D, item: 1133] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3D, item: 1133a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3D, item: 1133b]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Dr. 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1134] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Delta Tau Delta house, [1960]
[box: 3D, item: 1135] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3D, item: 1136] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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 25
[box: 3D, item: 1137] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Phi Kappa Tau house, [1970]
[box: 3D, item: 1138] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The front of the Phi Kappa Tau house (duplicate of image 1138), [1970]
[box: 3D, item: 1138a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Frazee Hall
A 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1139] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

A 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1140] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.25 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1141] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1142] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1143] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1144] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1145] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1146] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1147] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1148] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Front 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1149] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Frazee Hall- Fire
Frazee 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 24
[box: 3D, item: 1150] browse
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b / w, 6 inches by 9.25 inches.

Firefighters 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 24
[box: 3D, item: 1151] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Firefighters 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 24
[box: 3D, item: 1152] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building
Funkhouser Building, centered in photograph. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1948]
[box: 3D, item: 1153] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5.5 inches.

Mosaic 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1154] browse
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b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches1999UA062

A 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1155] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1156] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1157] browse
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b / w, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.

A picture of the Funkhouser building at an angle. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, [1957]
[box: 3D, item: 1158] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1159] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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, undated
[box: 3D, item: 1160] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The mosaic seal on the front of the Funkhouser building. The Funkhouser building was built in 1940 and named after William D. Funkhouser, undated
[box: 3D, item: 1161] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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), undated
[box: 3D, item: 1161a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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), undated
[box: 3D, item: 1161b]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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), undated
[box: 3D, item: 1161c]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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), undated
[box: 3D, item: 1161d]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Gaines Center for Humanities
A proof sheet of an unidentified staff member, inside the Gaines Center, [1984]
[box: 3D, item: 1168] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A proof sheet of two unidentified staff or students, inside the Gaines Center, [1984]
[box: 3D, item: 1169] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A proof sheet of two unknown men, inside the Gaines Center, [1984]
[box: 3D, item: 1170] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Two unidentified men sit inside a room at the Gaines Center, [1984]
[box: 3D, item: 1171] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Proof sheet of the Gaines Center for Humanities, interior and exterior photographs, [1985]
[box: 3D, item: 1172] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

People 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]
[box: 3D, item: 1173] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Lisa M. Rohleder (on the left) and an unknown woman inside the Gaines Center, [1985]
[box: 3E, item: 1174] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

From the left: Lisa M. Rohleder, Fran Stewart, Regina Wink, Chris Pramuk, all sit around a room in the Gaines Center, [1985]
[box: 3E, item: 1175] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1176] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Large 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1177] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Gatton (Carol Martin) Business and Economics Building
Two unidentified construction workers during the construction of the Commerce Building; Public Relations photo, 1962, November 28
[box: 2B, item: 557] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The foundation work of the Commerce Building, 1963; Public Relations photo, 1963, August 13
[box: 2B, item: 558] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Commerce Building; Lexington Herald-Leader photo, [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 559] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Commerce Building, [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 560] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Construction of Commerce Building; Public Relations photo (duplicate of image 560), [1963]
[box: 2B, item: 560a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Students walking on the walkway to the Commerce Building, [1969]
[box: 2B, item: 561] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Architectural 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]
[box: 2B, item: 562] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 10 inches.

Architectural 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]
[box: 2B, item: 562a]
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b / w, 5 inches by 10 inches.

Architects plans for the new Gatton Business and Economics Building addition to the Commerce Building, [1990]
[box: 2B, item: 563] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Unidentified men and women are walking past the Carol Martin Gatton College of Economics Building, 2001
[box: 50, item: 7386] browse
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color, 8.5 inches by 10 inches.

Gillis Building
The 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1178] browse
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b / w, 5.5 inches by 6.5 inches. Photograph is attached to a cardboard mat.

The front of the Gillis Building. The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, [1912]
[box: 3E, item: 1179] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Photograph 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1180] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Bottom right corner is torn.

The front of the Gillis Building. The Gillis Building was built in 1892 and on April 4, 1978, it was named after Ezra Gillis, [1930]
[box: 3E, item: 1181] browse
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b / w, 3.25 inches by 4.5 inches.

Two 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1182] browse
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b / w, 4 inches by 5 inches.

A 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1183] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1184] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Four 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, undated
[box: 3E, item: 1185] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1186] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Gluck (Maxwell H.) Equine Research Center
Proof sheet of Mr. and Mrs. John Gaines at the Carnahan House speaking of his contribution to the Equine Center, [1984]
[box: 3E, item: 1187] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1188] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Keeneland President, Ted Bassett and Otis Singletary are looking at a model of the Equine Research Center, [1986]
[box: 3E, item: 1189] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1190] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

Mrs. Maxwell H. Gluck and UK President Otis A. Singletary, cut the ribbon to open the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, 1987
[box: 3E, item: 1191] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 242.

The Equine Research Hall of Fame. There are six men standing in the center in front of their Hall of Fame plaques, [1987]
[box: 3E, item: 1192]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

The 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1193]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Drawing of North Site Plan; Nicholasville Road, Maxwell H. Gluck Building, Farm Road, and Horticulture Area, undated
[box: 3E, item: 1194] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

An exterior view of the Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, undated
[box: 51, item: 7416] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. This photograph was received from the College of Agriculture on July 14, 2005 and transferred from 2005UA027.

Greenhouse
The Greenhouse- about where Patterson monument is. On the left, Administration Building, and on the right is the President's house, [1880]
[box: 3E, item: 1195] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches.

This 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, 1898
[box: 3E, item: 1196] browse
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b / w, 6.5 inches by 11 inches. Photograph is attached to a cardboard mat.

Grehan Journalism Building
From 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1197] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

"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]
[box: 3E, item: 1198] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1199] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1199a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1199b]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Unidentified students are walking past the Journalism Building in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 15, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3E, item: 1200] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Six unidentified men are walking past the Journalism Building in the 1957 "Kentuckian". Received August 17, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3E, item: 1201] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

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". Photographer: Photographic Services, 1970, March 4
[box: 3E, item: 1202] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

A 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1203] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy negative located in Audio Visual Archives.

A 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1204] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy negative located in Audio Visual Archives.

A 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1204a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. There is a copy negative located in Audio Visual Archives.

Guignol
An unidentified woman is talking with two unidentified African American children, undated
[box: 47, item: 7159] browse
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color, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Guignol- Fire
Guignol, on January 10, 1947, engulfed in flames. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, January 10
[box: 3E, item: 1205] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Firefighters trying to extinguish the fire. Guignol, on January 10, 1947, engulfed in flames. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947, January 10
[box: 3E, item: 1206] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fire 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, 1947
[box: 3E, item: 1207] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 113.

Guignol Theater fire. Photographer: W. E. Sutherland, 1947
[box: 3E, item: 1208] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. Visual File No. 114.

Gymnasium- Girls
Built 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]
[box: 3E, item: 1209] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Kastle Hall
A small image of Kastle Hall. Kastle Hall was built in 1910 and named after Joseph Kastle, [1912]
[box: 3E, item: 1212] browse
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b / w, 2.25 inches by 3.5 inches.

Fallen plaster from the ceiling in a Kastle Hall classroom. Received August 5, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3E, item: 1213] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fallen plaster from the ceiling in a Kastle Hall classroom. (duplicate of image 1213), [1957]
[box: 3E, item: 1213a]
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

Fallen plaster from the ceiling in a Kastle Hall classroom. Received August 5, 1957 from Public Relations, [1957]
[box: 3E, item: 1214] browse
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b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.

KinderCare
University of Kentucky KinderCare building on the corner of Woodland and Columbia Avenues, 1990
[box: 24, item: 5511] browse
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b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.

King, Helen Alumni House
Alumni 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]