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Wilson Family Photographic Collection, ca. 1840-1959

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Title

Wilson Family Photographic Collection

Date

ca. 1840-1959

Repository

University of Kentucky Special Collections

Lexington, Kentucky 40506

Conditions Governing Access note

The collection is open to researchers by appointment.

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Wilson Family Photographic Collection, PA62W8, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

Extent

4 cu. ft. (9 boxes): 1012 images

Biography/History

Judge Samuel Mackay Wilson (1871-1946) was a Lexington attorney and author, noted for his meticulous scholarship and precise writing style. He was also a collector of books, manuscripts, maps, and photographs. Wilson's main area of interest was early Kentucky history.

Wilson's most famous case was his defense of Kentucky Secretary of State Caleb Powers. Powers was charged in connection with the assassination of Kentucky Governor William Goebel in 1899. After serving as a judge-advocate during World War I, Wilson returned to Kentucky, where he established a successful law practice.

Judge Wilson served on numerous civic commissions, where he was active in historical preservation. Wilson played an important role in the preservation of the Henry Clay Estate, Blue Licks Battlefield, and Fort Boonesboro.

Wilson organized the Cakes and Ale Club, an annual gathering of Lexingtonians interested in book collecting. He was also a member of the Book Thieves, an organization of local historians and educators who were influential in the creation and development of Special Collections and Archives at the University of Kentucky.

After Wilson's death in 1946, his extensive collection of books, photographs, and personal papers were donated to the University of Kentucky. The Wilson Collection is the foundation on which Special Collections and Archives has been built. Following Mrs. Wilson's death in 1959, the items which she had retained were added to the collection.

Scope and Content

The Wilson Family Photographic Collection, ca. 1840-1959 consists of 1012 images of Kentucky events, architecture, and portraits. Included are images relating to Judge Wilson's work with historic preservation, the Books Thieves, and portraits of the Shelby family. Photographic processes represented in the collection include: daguerreotypes, tintypes, ambrotypes, silver prints, engravings, and newspaper clippings.

Subjects

  • Architecture--Kentucky
  • Historic preservation--Kentucky
  • Horse racing--Kentucky
  • Lawyers--Kentucky--Fayette County
  • Lexington (Ky.)--History
  • Wilson, Mary Bullock Shelby, 1876-1959
  • Wilson, Samuel Mackay, 1871-1946

Related Material

Bull, Jacqueline. . Perry Publishing Co.: Frankfort, KY.

Clark, Thomas D. "The Book Thieves of Lexington: A Reminiscence" . v.2 (Winter 1984): 27-45.

, PA50W2, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, PA51W13, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, 51W20, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, M51W54, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, 61W12, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, PA62W8, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, PA73W4, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

, M51W19, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.

Collection Inventory

Ashland, Lexington, KY
Ashland: Home of Henry Clay, [n.d.]
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Entrance to grounds of "Ashland" , [n.d.]
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Ashland
Twelve men standing by "Ashland" marker, "April 18, 1936 Lexington, KY Left to Right: R.W. Davis, Tom Underwood. Charles Staples, Glee Weinman, Henry Bullock, Judge Sam Wilson, Lt. Gov. Keen Johnson, Baylor Landrum, R.M. Wheeler, Sam Look, Thos. Piatt, Earl D. Wallace", 1936-04-18
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Big Bone Lick
"Big Bone Lick (Boone County, KY) July 4th, 1940"; Mary Shelby Wilson, 1940-07-04
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"Big Bone Lick (Boone County, KY) July 4th, 1940" ; Samuel M. Wilson, 1940-07-04
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"Big Bone Creek, near Big Bone Lick (Boone County, KY) July 4th, 1940" , 1940-07-04
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"Big Bone Lick (Boone County, KY) July 4th, 1940"; Corn Field, 1940-07-04
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"Big Bone Lick (Boone County, KY) July 4th, 1940"; Pasture, 1940-07-04
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Bingham, George Caleb
A painting: "County Election", [n.d.]
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A painting: "Stump Speaking", [n.d.]
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Blennerhassets Island
"Lovie Del from a sketch by Lizzie Forbes, drawn and engraved expressly for the ladies' repository, Eng. by F.E. Jones,"; "Blennerhassetts Island", [n.d.]
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Blue Licks
The Wilsons at Blue Licks State Park, in front of monument, [n.d.]
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The Wilsons at Blue Licks State Park, in front of monument, [n.d.]
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The Wilsons at Blue Licks State Park, in front of monument, [n.d.]
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"Blue Licks Battlefield State Park, July 7, 1940,"; Wilsons at benches in picnic area, [n.d.]
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"Blue Licks to Judge Wilson from W.M. Ingram. August 19, 1928. Blue Licks Battle Ground, KY. State Park No. 5"; Sam Wilson and two other man in front of monument, flag in background, 1928-08-19
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Blue Licks monument and Wilson, 1928-08-19
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Book Thieves
Book Thieves: Thomas D. Clark, J. Winston Coleman, J. Huntley Dupre and Clement Eaton, [n.d.]
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Book Thieves: F.L. McVey, J. Huntley Dupre, Samuel M. Wilson, Clement Eaton, J. Winston Coleman, J. C. Chambers, C.R Staples and Thomas Clark, [n.d.]
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"Book Thieves: 1942; Left to Right: J. Winston Coleman, Dr. J.S. Chambers, Dr. Claude Trapp, Otto Rothert, T.D. Clark; Seated: Judge Wilson, Chas. Staples, Dr. F.L. McVey, and Wm. H. Townsend", 1942
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L to R, standing: Winston Coleman, J.S. Chambers, Dr. Claude Trapp, Otto Rothert and Thomas Clark; Seated: Judge Wilson, Charles Staples, Dr. Frank McVey and William H. Townsend, [n.d.]
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"This is the mtg. time that all have of the 'Book Thieves' Club were each at a meeting and this was at the home of Thomas D.Clark, on Tahoma Road. March 24, 1944. J. Winston Coleman Jr."; L to R, standing: S.M. Wilson, H.L. Donovan, J.S. Chambers, T.D. Clark and J.W. Coleman; Seated: C.R. Staples, C.W. Trapp, W.H. Townsend and F.L. McVey; "Photo by Winston Coleman; Lexington, KY.", 1944-03-24
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Book Thieves: T.D. Clark, F.L. McVey, J. Huntley Dupre, Winston L. Coleman, J.S. Chambers, C.R. Stapels, Judge S.M. Wilson and Clement Eaton, [n.d.]
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Book Thieves: 1942, 1942
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Book Thieves: 1942, 1942
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"Saturday, Dec. 12, 1942 Millburn Farm"; Book Thieves, 1942-12-12
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Boonesborough
Boonesborough: Daniel Boone statue, bridge in background [with letter July 3, 1942], 1942-07-03
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Daniel Boone statue, 1942-07-03
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"Old Fort at Boonesborough, 1775.", [n.d.]
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Boonesborough: Halley Place, large stone engraved marker , [n.d.]
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Breckinridge
Breckinridge [MISSING], [n.d.]
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"Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, from painting by Miss Hergesheimes, in Abr. Lincoln School; Lexington, KY.", [n.d.]
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Bullock, Cabell
Mr. Cabell Bullock, [n.d.]
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Butler, William Orlando
Engraving of Major General William Orlando Butler, "Engraved by A.H. Ritchie from a fine Daguerreotype by Paige and Beach Washington", [n.d.]
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Calhoun, John C
Portrait Engraving of John C. Calhoun, "Eng. by Edwards from Dag. by Brady", [n.d.]
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Portrait Engraving of John C. Calhoun, [n.d.]
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Portrait Engraving of John C. Calhoun, [n.d.]
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Portrait Engraving of John C. Calhoun, [n.d.]
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California
Orange Grove from Sierra Madre Villa, [n.d.]
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"U.S. Battleship 'California' and Class", [n.d.]
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Calvert, Sir George Lord Baltimore
Engraving of Lord Baltimore, [n.d.]
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Carroll, Charles
Engraving of "Charles Carroll of Carrollton", [n.d.]
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Cawein, Madison
Photo of painting of Madison Cawein, [n.d.]
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Clay, Green
Tintype of Green Clay, [n.d.]
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Clay, Henry
Photo of painting of Henry Clay, [n.d.]
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Photo of sculpture of Henry Clay, [n.d.]
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"Col. Henry Clay, Jr., Photo taken March 1, 1939, by L.E. Nollan from orig. portrait at 'Ashland.'", 1939-03-01
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Photo of portrait of Henry Clay, [n.d.]
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Photo of painting of "Henry Clay, by Samuel F.B. Morse.", [n.d.]
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Photo of standing sculpture of Henry Clay, [n.d.]
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Clipping from Coronet, v.24, no. 3, July 1948 ("Great Men of 1848"); photo of Henry Clay and brief story. , 1948-07-01
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Sketch of Henry Clay by Oliver Frazer and brief clipping, [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Middleton, Wallace & Co. Eng. and Print", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Engraved by J.B. Longacre from a Painting by W.J. Hubard", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Packard and Ourdan Sc. From a Daguerreotype by M.A. and S. Root. March. 51", [n.d.]
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"Henry Clay as a young man; From a miniature now in possession of Mrs. John Clay, of Lexington, Kentucky.", [n.d.]
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"Henry Clay as an old man from a daguerreotype, now in the possession of Mrs. Robert Dick Wilson, of Princeton, NJ.", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Engraved by W.H. Dougal, by permission for the use of Congress, from a Bust by H.H. Brown of N.Y. in the possession of Cadwalader Ringgold, U.L.N. Daguerreotype by Whitehurst. Washington, D.C. 1852.", 1852
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Engraved by J.B. Longacre from a Painting by W.J. Hubard", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Eng. by W.J. Edwards from Dag. by Brady", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Daguerreotype by Root, Engraved by A. Sealy", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Painted by Alonzo Chappel, Likeness from a daguerreotype gby Root. Johnson, Wilson, and Co. Publishers, New York.", [n.d.]
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Engraving of Henry Clay: "Likeness from a Portrait in the possession of his family. Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York, [n.d.]
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Corwin, Thomas
Engraving of Thomas Corwin: "Eng. by A.H. Ritchie", [n.d.]
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Crittenden, John J
Photo of painting of John J. Crittenden, [n.d.]
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Engraving of John J. Crittenden: "From the original painting by Chappel in the possession of the publishers. Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York.", [n.d.]
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Cynthiana, KY, Old Covered Bridge
Snapshot of old covered bridge, [n.d.]
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Snapshot of old covered bridge, [n.d.]
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Snapshot of old covered bridge, [n.d.]
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Davis, James E
Photo of painting of Jefferson Davis, [n.d.]
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Davis Jefferson
Photo of painting of Jefferson Davis, [n.d.]
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Engraving of Jefferson Davis, [n.d.]
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Decatur, Stephen
Engraving of Stephen Decatur: "From the original painting in the possession of the Publishers. Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York, [n.d.]
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De Groate
"Granddaughter Joan 2 1/2 [two and a half] years old", [n.d.]
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"The rose trellis"; "McGraw & Elliott Druggists: Cortland, N.C.", [n.d.]
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"The extreme rear mountains, ash flanked by rose fans"; "McGraw & Elliott Druggists: Cortland, N.C.", [n.d.]
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DeGroate, woman, and dog in yard, 1945
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DeGroate, man, woman, and dog in yard, 1945
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DeGroate, man, woman, and dog in yard, 1945
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DeGroate, Sam Wilson, and dog in yard, 1945
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DeGroate, two women, and dog in yard (double exposure), 1945
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Disraeli
"Disraeli Likeness from a recent Photograph from life. Johnson, Wilson, & Co. Publishers, New York.", [n.d.]
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Douglas, Stephen A
Photograph of Stephen Douglas: "Photographed at the Whitehurst Gallery; Washington, D.C.", [n.d.]
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Fish Fry and Shoots
"Ben Goff's Fish Fry in Clark Co., Oct. 1925", 1925-10-01
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"Ben Goff's Fish Fry in Clark Co., Oct. 1925", 1925-10-01
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"Ben Goff's Fish Fry in Clark Co., Oct. 1925", 1925-10-01
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Group of men at a fish fry and shoot, 1925
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Group of men at a fish fry and shoot, several guns, 1925
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Group of men at a fish fry and shoot, some aiming guns, 1925
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Fish Fry and Shoot, Bourbon Co, 1923; photo of Sam Wilson taken by Judge Kincaid, [n.d.]
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Fish Fry and Shoot, Hilltop Gun Club, Bourbon Co.; "Photo by Judge Kincaid", 1923-07-18
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Man with a shotgun, cars and men in background, [n.d.]
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Frankfort, KY
"Frankfort, KY" engraving and article from "The Ladies' Repository and Gatherings of the West: A Monthly Periodical Devoted to Literature and Religion.", [n.d.]
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Franklin, Benjamin
Engraving of Benjamin Franklin, [n.d.]
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Franklin Co. KY
"Mouth of Main Elkhorn Creek, where it joins the Kentucky River in Franklin County, KY. Picture taken July 14, 1931, by David M. Wilson", 1931-07-14
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Geary, John T
Studio Portrait of John T. Geary, "Johns 55 East Main Street; Lexington, KY." , [n.d.]
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Studio portrait of John T. Geary (U.S. Army), first man from UK in regular army, as second lieutenant, 1898. Retired as bugadier general. "Purdy. 146 Tremont St. Boston. La Corona.", [n.d.]
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General Mite
Portrait of General Mite, the "Smallest Man in the World." Information on back of portrait, [n.d.]
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Grassy Lick
"Upper end of the low piece of ground, 'remarkable for English grass'. No buffaloes being in sight, we snapped the ox, to get a lifelike touch of local color.", 1924-04-12
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(Duplicate of #99) "Upper end of the low piece of ground, 'remarkable for English grass'. No buffaloes being in sight, we snapped the ox, to get a lifelike touch of local color.", 1924-04-12
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"The 'piece of low ground remarkable for English grass,' on Grassy Lick Creek in Montgomery County, KY.", 1924-04-12
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"Near view of middle of 'piece of low ground remarkable for English grass,' on Grassy Lick Creek in Montgomery County, KY." People and house in view, 1924-04-12
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"Group standing by site of abandoned saltwater wall, near middle of 'piece of low ground remarkable for English grass,' on Grassy Lick Creek in Montgomery County, KY.", 1924-04-12
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"A view of the Right-hand Farm of Grassy Lick Creek taken from the bridge a short distance above the forks of Grassy Lick Creek. The direction is northeast, and the bottom beyond the boy standing by the post is where the 'Grassy Lick' was located in the farms of Grassy Lick Creek.", 1924-04-12
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"Luther B. Mason (Senior and Junior) standing at site of former salt and sulfur wall in the forks of Grassy Lick Creek. This was the orig. location of the Grassy Lick, which probably included the entire bottom in the forks.", 1924-04-12
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"Looking down the left hand Fork of Grassy Lick Creek from the bridge a short distance above the forks, near Grassy Lick Post Office.", 1924-04-12
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"On top of the hill south of and above the forks of Grassy Lick. The old oak tree marks the approximate location of the original Methodist Meeting house. The old burying ground adjacent to the church lot is covered by brush and briars just beyond and East and northeast of the large oak tree.", 1924-04-12
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"A view, looking northwest, of the 'piece of low ground remarkable for English Grass'", 1924-04-12
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Church, duplicate of "Grassy Lick Methodist Episcopal Church, a brick building now about 75 [seventy-five] years old. The big tree is a black walnut, probably well over a hundred years old, about 150 [one hundred fifty] yards due West of this building and on top of the hill is the old burying ground and church lot where the original 'Methodist Meeting-house' stood. The burying ground occupies about an acre and is still reserved.", 1924-04-12
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Grassy Lick, [n.d.]
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Duplicate of #101; "The 'piece of low ground remarkable for English grass,' on Grassy Lick Creek in Montgomery County, KY.", 1924-04-12
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Two men in field at Grassy Lick, [n.d.]
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"Grassy Lick Methodist Episcopal Church, a brick building now about 75 [seventy-five] years old. The big tree is a black walnut, probably well over a hundred years old, about 150 [one hundred fifty] yards due West of this building and on top of the hill is the old burying ground and church lot where the original 'Methodist Meeting-house' stood. The burying ground occupies about an acre and is still reserved.", 1924-04-12
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Group in field at Grassy Creek, [n.d.]
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Gratz
Rebecca Gratz, [n.d.]
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Benjamin Gratz, [n.d.]
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Hall, Nathan H
"Rev'd. Dr. Nathan H. Hall, Minister of the First Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Ky., 1823-1846. Photo by Winston Coleman; Lexington, KY.", [n.d.]
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Harlan. John Marshall
John Marshall Harlan mounted in black folder, [n.d.]
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Hobson, Richmond Pearson
"Richmond Pearson Hobson, Washington, D.C., June, 1894"; "1217-1219 & 1225 Penna. Ave. Washington, D.C.", 06/1894
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Holley, Dr. Horace
Small print of Dr. Horace Holley, [n.d.]
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Dr. Horace Holley, [n.d.]
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"The Rev. Horace Holley, L.L.D. Engraved by T. Kelly from the Portrait by Stuart."; "Feb. 11, 1914 from J.M. Roche.", 1914-02-11
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"The Rev. Horace Holley, L.L.D.", [n.d.]
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Engraving of "The Principal Building of Transylvania University, inscribed to President Holley", [n.d.]
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Horses
"Epinard. G.B.K."; On information sheet: "Epinard and War feathers pics made at James Cox Brady's sale. The sale was at Dixiana but the Brady farm was called Hamilton Farm. akb 10-8-62. Nursery sale acc't.", 1928-03-12
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"Belmont sale. G.B.K."; Envelope: "Photos taken by Judge G.B. Kinkead of the August Belmont Nursery Stud Sale.", 1928-05-15
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"Dona Rose: $40,000 [forty thousand dollars], G.B.K." Belmont Sales, Envelope: "Photos taken by Judge G.B. Kinkead of the August Belmont Nursery Stud Sale: May 15, 1925.", [n.d.]
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"Messenger: $25,000 [twenty-five thousand dollars] G.B.K."; Envelope: "Photos taken by Judge G.B. Kinkead of the August Belmont Nursery Stud Sale.", [n.d.]
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"Fair Play: $100,000 [one hundred thousand dollars], G.B.K."; Envelope: "Photos taken by Judge G.B. Kinkead of the August Belmont Nursery Stud Sale.", [n.d.]
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"Feathers, G.B.K." A note about the sale is also on film. On information sheet: "Epinard and War feathers pics made at James Cox Brady's sale. The sale was at Dixiana but the Brady farm was called Hamilton Farm. akb 10-8-62. Nursery sale acc't.", 1928-03-12
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"Man 'O War", with clipping, [n.d.]
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Fair Play statue, [n.d.]
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Fair Play statue, [n.d.]
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"Man 'O War Copyright 1921 by The Thorobred Record Publishing Co. incorporated; Photo by McClure Lexington, KY", 1921
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Hutchins
Hutchins' Family and Dr. John Barrow; taken in Berea, KY, 1942-11-20
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Snapshot of Hutchins Family, 1942-11-20
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Helen Hutchins, 09/1898
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Jacques, Denton
"House of Denton Jacques, built 1755" , 1926
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"House of Denton Jacques near Green Spring, Indiana. Spring (No.15) District, Washington, Co., Maryland on the 'Old Allegheny road.' Built about 1755. Photo taken 1926.", 1926
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"House of Denton Jacques near Green Spring, Indiana. Spring (No.15) District, Washington, Co., Maryland. In a dell just south of Fairview (Old North) Mountain on the 'Old Allegheny Road.' about two miles east of Old Fort Forderials. Built 1755. Note: The wing in the [?] was a separate building originally, but was moved in later years by present owners to the position shown. Picture taken 1926.", 1926
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Johnson, Albert Sidney
Albert Sidney Johnson, [n.d.]
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Kentucky Court of Appeals
"The Court of Appeals of Kentucky, 1939. Judges: W.H. Fulton, James W. Stites, Alex Ratliff, GusThomas, William H. Rees, Wesley V. Perry, J.W. Cammack, Charles K. O'Connell (Clerk); Commissioners: Charles Morris, Porter Simms, Osso Stanley & Charles F. Creal; and C.H. Cheshire, Sergeant at Arms.", 1939
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Kentucky Scenes
Railroad tracks and junction station in mountains, [n.d.]
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Two men standing on porch of house on dirt road, [n.d.]
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" 'The Beeches' Sunday, March 23, 1930. Mary Bell Burt in the foreground." Smithland, KY; home of Clarence Wilson, 1930-03-23
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" 'Fairview' in Lincoln Co. Home of Richard W., grandfather of James G. Ginny", 1929-10-20
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"James Howard; Mountain home on Straight Creek of the Cumberland River.", [n.d.]
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Engraving, "Mouth of the Licking River KY."; "C.A. Jewett & Co. Engrs., J. Archer Sc.", [n.d.]
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"This is a picture of the first piece of a Road constructed in the State of Kentucky. The view was taken from a point about one-half mile from town. The Old Lords of 'The Road' (Landlords of Note): William Bickly, Corbin Gallegher, Amos Butler, George Harrington, George Payne, Fairview; Holliday, Blue Licks; 'Governor' Herndon, Mayslick; Rankins, 'Throckmortons;' Edward Martin; Stitt (Millersburg); Talbot (Paris); 'Doggetts' (Blue Licks). Descriptions of these old taverns of the early and middle years of the last century would give a lively conception of the social life of The Road at that period." , [n.d.]
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Kentucky University
"Boyd Hall" at UK, [n.d.]
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"Law Building" at UK, [n.d.]
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King Solomon of KY
Portrait of Painting of "King Solomon" (letter on back by Mrs. Elizabeth Roe), [n.d.]
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Postcard with photo of painting of "King Solomon", [n.d.]
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Photo of painting of William "King" Solomon, [n.d.]
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Knox, John
"John Knox. Engraved by B. Holl. From a Picture in the possession of Lord Somerville. Under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. London. Published by Charles Knight. Ludgate Street.", [n.d.]
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Lexington & Ohio RR
Photo of historical marker about Lex/Ohio RR on UK campus, [n.d.]
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Close up view of tablet on historical marker, "Lexington and Ohio Railroad"[MISSING], [n.d.]
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Close up view of tablet on historical marker, "Lexington and Ohio Railroad", [n.d.]
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Side view of historical marker of railroad on UK campus, [n.d.]
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Lex, KY, Historical Photos
"Gallows: Fayette Co. Jail.", 1925-08-01
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"Facade of St. Peter's (Catholic) Church on Limestone near Third St., Lexington, KY. Torn down about 1928", [n.d.]
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"St. Peter's (Catholic) Church on Limestone near Third St., Lexington, KY. Torn down about 1928.", [n.d.]
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McGratliana, two and a half miles on Newtown Pike, [n.d.]
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Stone Monument, [n.d.]
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"Indian Grave near site of Boones' Station, 1.2 miles E. of Athens, Fayette Co. KY. Sam Wilson and A.T. Parker.", 1921-04-24
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"Site of Boones' Station 1.2 miles east of Athens, Fayette Co., KY. Maj. Sam Wilson, Hon. Pres. Kimball & A.T. Parker.", 1921-04-24
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"Spring near site of Boone Station, 1.2 miles east of Athens, Fayette Co. KY. Sam Wilson. April 24, 1921.", 1921-04-24
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"Higby's Mill, South Elkhorn. Fayette Co., KY.", 1921-04-23
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"Madison House: where Jeff Davis lived while a Student of Transylvania University." Warren Bros., High and Lime, [n.d.]
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Portrait of drawing of Lexington, KY; information about Lexington, KY, [n.d.]
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" 'A Kentucky Angeuls.' L.H. Mulligan. Taken in April 1899. Won 1st [first] prize in Detroit Free Press Photo Contest in July 1899. Exhibited at the salon of the Detroit Camera Club, Dec. 1899", 04/1899
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Main & Limestone; Lexington, KY , 1860
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Main & Limestone , 1976
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View of large, white house in wintry setting, [n.d.]
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Landover, 1943-01-10
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Photo of Sculpture: "Woman Triumphant," by Joel T. Hart, [n.d.]
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"Pompey", African-American man in Lexington, [n.d.]
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"Commercial Printing Co.", [n.d.]
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"Commercial College of Kentucky," Corner of Mill and Main Streets, [n.d.]
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"Madison House: where Jeff Davis lived while a Student of Transylvania University.", [n.d.]
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"Christ's Church": Christ Episcopal Church (still standing), [n.d.]
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Memorial erected by DAR of Lexington, KY in 1890, to the Successful Defense of the Spring in 1782, [n.d.]
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Memorial erected by DAR of Lexington, KY in 1890, to the Successful Defense of the Spring in 1782, [n.d.]
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"The Last of the 'Mohicans'. 1st [first] toll gate: Harrodsburg Road. Compliments J.A. Roche.", [n.d.]
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"House on West Short Street, in Lexington, Kentucky, adjoining the Catholic parsonage, which occupies the site of the birthplace of Mary Todd Lincoln. The parsonage is to the right of the picture and, of course, has Mt. Alvon in it. The building in the picture is now the home of the Lexington Orphan Asylum." Parker house, [n.d.]
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"Home of Mary Todd, daughter of Robert S. Todd and afterwards wife of Abraham Lincoln, on West Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky. There is a tablet on the wall to the left of the entrance.", [n.d.]
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Map of downtown Lexington, 1928, "Ye Old Time Christmas Greetings in Ye Old Fashioned Way; Mr. and Mrs. Asa Coleman Chinn.", 1928
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"Home of Mary Todd Lincoln", Lexington; "T.N. Arthur. Soft drinks, Cigars, & Tobacco.", [n.d.]
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Lexington Court House, 1806-1883, [n.d.]
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Engraving of "View of Lexington", newspaper article, [n.d.]
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"Cheapside, Lexington, KY: November Court Day, 1897"; "W.E. Singleton Lexington, KY"', 11/1897
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Last stage coach in Central KY (1880s), [n.d.]
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Last stage coach in Central KY "To: Mr. Samuel M. Wilson.", 1930-01-27
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Cheapside, 1884
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Framed copy of a lithograph of Cheapside, 1883 or 1884, 1883-1884
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View of downtown Lexington (1890s?), [n.d.]
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Episcopal Cemetery; Lexington, Kentucky, [n.d.]
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Lexington, Virginia
Country scene, "C.F. Daniels Photographer; Macon, GA", [n.d.]
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Portrait of Stonewall Jackson: "Meiley; Lexington, VA", [n.d.]
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Portrait of Robert E. Lee: "Meiley; Lexington, VA", [n.d.]
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Side view of Stonewall Jackson Monument in Lexington, Virginia Cemetery, [n.d.]
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Portrait of unidentified African-American male, [n.d.]
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Portrait of unidentified African-American male, [n.d.]
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Facade of a building with a soldier and a civilian standing in front, [n.d.]
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Small table and chair, [n.d.]
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Lee's Tomb; Washington and Lee University, [n.d.]
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View of campus; Washington and Lee University, [n.d.]
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Large church in Lexington, Virginia, [n.d.]
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Tomb with statue of Stonewall Jackson, [n.d.]
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Longfellow, Henry W. Home
"Longfellow House; Burrowes", [n.d.]
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Louisville, KY
"Louisville Free Public Library Main Building, Fourth and York"; Information about library on back of photograph, [n.d.]
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"Old Kitzer House, Louisville, KY: near corner of Chestnut and Center Streets; birthplace of Samuel M. Wilson", [n.d.]
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Photo of engraving: "View of the City of Louisville, Kentucky", [n.d.]
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"Louisville, KY. Drawn by J.W. Hill. Engraved by Wellstood & Peters.", [n.d.]
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Madison, Indiana
Mr. Wilson in front of building, Hanover College, 1931-07-04
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Mr. Wilson in front of Lanier Home; Madison, IN, 1931-07-05
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"Mary Shelby (Mrs. Samuel M.) Wilson in Public Park, Madison, Ind.", 1931-07-05
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"Mary Shelby Wilson by birdbath at 'Landover' (Lexington, KY)", 1931-07-07
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Mr. Wilson with a group, 1931-07-01
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Mary Shelby Wilson in front of Lanier Memorial House; Madison, Ind, 1931-07-05
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"Miss Drusilla L. Cravens and Mrs. Samuel M. [Mary Shelby] Wilson at 'Cravencroft' (?); Madison, Ind.", 1931-07-05
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"Faint view of Ohio River from campus of Hanover College, Ind." , 1931-07-04
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Marshall, Edward C
Engraving of Edward C. Marshall by Louis Truly, 04/1852
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Marshall, John
Published engraving of John Marshall: "Chief Justice of the United States. Published by The National Corporation Reporter. In honor of 'John Marshall Day'.", [n.d.]
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Massachusetts
Weston Hall; Northfield, MA, [n.d.]
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Menefee, Robert H
"Robert H. Menefee. Eng. by Henry Taylor, Jr.", [n.d.]
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Missouri
Photo of mural depicting "Missouri Swamp Fox, Brigadier General M. Jeff Thompson"; "Rec'd from George Gray, artist.", 1939-05-05
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Photo of mural depicting "Platte Purchase" and "Doctor Lewis Fields Linn, the Model Senator", [n.d.]
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Mohawk River
Engraving, "A View of the Boats & manner of navigating on the Mohawk River. Publish'd by L. Riley, July 1810."; "Rec. Dec. 3, 1932, A.B. Closson, Jr.", [n.d.]
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Monticello
Mary Shelby Wilson at the front entrance to Monticello, [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson by brick wall and monument at Monticello, [n.d.]
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Mr. Wilson at the Cemetery at Monticello, [n.d.]
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Monument at Monticello, [n.d.]
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Monument at Monticello (duplicate of #233), [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson in front of vintage automobile and brick building, Monticello, [n.d.]
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Mr. Wilson at double door of Monticello, [n.d.]
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Noe, J. Cotton
J. Cotton Noe, [n.d.]
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Ohio
Mr. Wilson standing by "Ancient Elm; Marietta, Ohio.", 1938-06-13
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Mary Shelby Wilson standing by "Ancient Elm; Marietta, Ohio.", 1938-06-13
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"Museum; Marietta, Ohio.", 1938-06-13
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"Indian Mound; Marietta, Ohio.", 1938-06-13
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Engraving: "Scene on the Ohio. W.T. Russell Smith. George H. Cushman. Printed by D. Stevens.", [n.d.]
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Olcott, Chauncey
"Chauncey Olcott, 'The Irish Tenor.' Donovan, New York.", [n.d.]
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Pennsylvania
"William Penn's house. Erected in 1682. G.B.K.", 1920-06-18
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Pocahantas
"Copy of the original portrait of the Indian Princess Pocahantas, painted in England from life in 1616." (in color), [n.d.]
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Presentations and Celebrations
Col. Sam Wilson at "Danville, KY Sesquicentennial Celebration." Compliments of the Lexington Herald Leader, 1942-04-20
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Plaque "1792-1942. In Commemoration of the birth of the Commonwealth of Kentucky." Compliments of the Lexington Herald Leader, 1942-06-01
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Man at podium, sesquicentennial. Compliments of the Lexington Herald Leader, 1942-09-10
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Governor Keene Johnson at the Danville Sesquicentennial. Compliments of the Lexington Herald Leader, 1942-04-21
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Women around a table in Ashland, KY; "Welcome Judge Wilson.", 1941-11-14
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"DeSoto Dedication Group at Cattlettsburg, KY.", 1941-10-31
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Judge Wilson at a men's luncheon; Ashland, KY, 1941-11-14
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Judge Wilson seated with a group of men and two women, [n.d.]
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Judge Wilson seated with group of men and women, [n.d.]
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Judge Wilson presiding at a military service at a courthouse, 1942-09-10
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Judge Samuel M. Wilson speaking at the presentation of a statue dedicated to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1930-11-19
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"These six tablets presented to the Henderson County Historical Society for the county of Henderson, Kentucky, by Robert Worth Bingham and unveiled October 11, 1929. Commemorate the services to the nation of the Transylvania Company and its President, Richard Henderson, for whom the city and county are named.", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque. "Rev. John Lythe conducting the first Christian service in Kentucky; Sunday, May 28, 1775; the Transylvania fort, the the 'divine elm'; Religious freedom. Two hundred of the pioneers of the colony of Transylvania knelt and offered up thanksgiving to the Creator for His blessings." , [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque. "James Hogg;1775; emissary from the colony of Transylvania to Continental Congress. Petitions that Transylvania be received as the fourteenth American colony. Jefferson wished free government established back of Virginia. John Adams declines to support the dangerous independence and republican notions of the Transylvanians.", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque. "March 31, 1797. General Samuel Hopkins as agent and attorney in fact for the Transylvania Co. with Colonel Thomas Allen, their surveyor, laid off the town of Henderson, name for Richard Henderson, President of the Transylvania Co., called Richard Henderson & Co., twelve years after his death. Boonesborough, Nashville, Henderson, daughters of the Transylvania Company.", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque. "'All power is originally in the people.' Richard Henderson, Governor of Transylvania, addressing the first Kentucky Legislature at the Transylvania Fort, Boonesborough, Kentucky, May 23, 1775. The Founders of western democracy who were followed by Thomas Jefferson; 'Power belongs to the people.' and Andrew Jackson--'The people must rule.'", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque." Judge Richard Henderson. 1735-1785. 'The Political Father of Kentucky.'", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque. "Richard Henderson & Company--called the Transylvania Company in 1775; send forth Daniel Boone to explore Tennessee and Kentucky.", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque. "The treaty of Watauga at Sycamore Shoals, March 14, 1775. Largest real estate transaction between private individuals and Indian tribes in American history. The Transylvania Co. purchased from the Cherokee 20,000,000 [twenty million] acres in NC,VA,TN, and KY to establish an independent government and open Kentucky to settlement. Present at Chas. Robertson's Fort; Proprietors: Henderson, Thomas and Nathaniel Hart, Williams, Luttrell.; 5 [five[ chiefs, 1200 [twelve hundred] Indians, 200 [two hundred] pioneers.; March 10, 1775, Henderson sent Boone with 30 [thirty] axemen to cut Transylvania Trail from Long Island of Holston R. to future site of Boonesborough, [n.d.]
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Woman at "Sesquicentennial Information" booth, [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque: "1792-1942. In Commemoration of the birth of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.", [n.d.]
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Photo of plaque: "In honor of the pioneer founders of Kentucky and to Commemorate Kentucky's first Constitutional Convention. April, 1942.", [n.d.]
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Rafinesque
"Color photo of min. of C.S. Rafinesque. From Mrs. C.F. Norton.", 1942-10-15
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Redd, O.F
"O.F. Redd. Capt. and A.D.C. [aide-de-camp] on General Jo. O. Shelby's staff. Missouri Calvary. C.S.A.", 1905-10-23
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Rice, Cale Young
Photo of portrait of Cale Young Rice, information on back, [n.d.]
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Ridgate, Thomas Howe
Miniature portrait of "Thomas Howe Ridgate (9 Sept 1846). To my friend, Judge Samuel M. Wilson.", 09/09/1846
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Thomas Howe Ridgate: "to my esteemed friend Mr. Samuel Wilson. Sept 14, 1907." Ridgate sitting on wall on roof of building overlooking a city, 09/09/1846
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Roosevelt, Franklin D
Newspaper cartoon of Franklin D. Roosevelt: "The Evening Star. The Retreat from Moscow.", 1937-07-24
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Copy of a large portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt. "Louis F. Dow Co., St. Paul. David Berns, NY.", [n.d.]
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Ruddles Station
Crowd at large monument for military ceremony; hand holding a rifle in the foreground, [n.d.]
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Snapshot of two men; one is Mr. Wilson, [n.d.]
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"Ruddles Station. 24 June, 1934"; Group of people around a monument, 1934-06-24
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Sevier
Three photos mounted in frame: 1) Old John Sevier Chimney, Jackson Farm; 2) Original John Sevier Cabin, Jackson Farm; and 3) stone monument, "Plum Grove"; "Visited by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Wilson Sunday.", 1936-10-18
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Shelby (A)
Mary Shelby and Jennie McGoffin, [n.d.]
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Daisy Neeley, Mary Shelby, Sallie Shackleford and Belle DeLong, [n.d.]
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Young woman, probably Mary Shelby; "W.R. Phipps, Photographic Art Gallery: Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson and her brother, Evan Shelby, [n.d.]
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Cass K. Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson (his wife), and another woman, [n.d.]
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David Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson's brother, [n.d.]
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Evan Shelby, 1938-05-15
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"Judge Sam'l C. [?] of Johnson City, TN, copying an inscription on 'Shelby' marker at Bristol, TN", 1930-09-27
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"Susanna, second daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Simpson) Hart and wife of Gov. Isaac Shelby of Kentucky. Copy of a miniature.", [n.d.]
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Copy of a painting of "Col. Isaac Shelby, first Gov. of Kentucky.", [n.d.]
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Mrs. Gertrude Singleton Shelby, [n.d.]
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Dr. Edmund P. Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson's brother, [n.d.]
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Governor Isaac Shelby, [n.d.]
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Horse and sled with two riders, snow, house in background. "Manufacturers of the Kodak camera, Eastman Kodak Co.; Rochester, NY", [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson as an adolescent "Wm. H. Allen, 58 Temple Place, Boston.", [n.d.]
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Arthur Shelby, brother of Mary Shelby Wilson; died at age of seventeen, [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby (Wilson) as a baby; "John Faught. 56 E. Main Street Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby (Wilson), age three; "John Faught. 56 E. Main Street Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
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Shelby (B)
Mr. E.P. Shelby and young boy, [n.d.]
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Group photo of Mrs. Shelby, Mr. E.P. Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson, and two other women, [n.d.]
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Lucy and Ed Shelby, sister and brother of Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
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Group photo including Mr. Samuel M. Wilson, Mr. E.P. Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson and others, [n.d.]
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E.P. Shelby (with beard) and five other men, [n.d.]
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Mr. E.P. Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson's father, [n.d.]
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"Albert and Wallace Shelby send you 1929's greetings from 307 Wyoming Ave Maplewood.", 1929
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Isaac Shelby, Jr, [n.d.]
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Large group of women, members of the Shelby family, [n.d.]
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Group of five adolescent women, members of the Shelby family, [n.d.]
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Two young women at a window reading, members of the Shelby family, [n.d.]
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"Mrs. Susan Hart Shelby, taken at Asheville, NC", 1900
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"The Shelby lot in Lexington, KY Cemetery. Photo taken ten days after burial of K. Shelby.", 1900-09-24
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Shelby (C)
Lucy G. Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson's sister: "Aime DuPont 574 Fifth Ave., NY. Newport, R.J.", [n.d.]
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William T. Shelby as a baby: "Mullen; Lex., KY", [n.d.]
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Mrs. Edmund P. Shelby, [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson and Dr. Edmund P. Shelby, [n.d.]
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Dr. Edmund P. Shelby, brother of Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
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E.P. Shelby: "Muller; Lex., KY", [n.d.]
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E.P. Shelby, [n.d.]
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E. P. (Edmund Pendleton) Shelby, [n.d.]
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E.P. (Edmund Pendleton) Shelby, [n.d.]
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E.P. (Edmund Pendleton) Shelby, [n.d.]
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Five members of the Shelby family; one is playing a mandolin, [n.d.]
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Shelby (D)
Susan Hart Shelby: "To be returned to me when you pass on, should you go before I do. Susan Hart Shelby. La Mesa, Calif.", 1926-06-28
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Isaac Shelby, Jr, [n.d.]
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"Governor Isaac Shelby," paper page from book, photo of engraving and information about Shelby, [n.d.]
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"Isaac Shelby, Painted by Jouitt, Eng. by A.B. Durand", [n.d.]
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Thomas Hart Shelby, Mary Shelby Wilson's grandfather, [n.d.]
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"Thos. Hart Shelby, son of Gov. Isaac Shelby. Photo from portrait in oils, probably done by Oliver Frazer.", 1916-03-20
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Plaque designating the birth of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Inauguration of its First Governor, Isaac Shelby, [n.d.]
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"Isaac Shelby, Governor of Kentucky", [n.d.]
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"Grassland," a large home, [n.d.]
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Smith
Chinoe Hart Smith, [n.d.]
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"Mrs. Nannette Price Smith (wife of Col. Thos. Smith of Lexington). Photo taken by Prof. L.E. Nollan from orig. Jouett portrait.", 1939-03-01
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"Bertha Harris Smith. May 1896. For my dear Mary."; "Elmer Chickering. 21 West St. Boston.", 05/1896
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Photo of gravestone of "Col. John Smith of Botetourt County, VA. Son of Francis Smith and Anne Preston, 1765-1851.", [n.d.]
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Photo of gravestone of "Chinoe Hart Smith, daughter of Col. Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson.", [n.d.]
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"Nannette Price Smith, Rec. Nov. 2, 1941.", [n.d.]
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Stanley, Augustus
Portrait and information of Augustus Owsley Stanley, [n.d.]
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Stevenson, Judge J.M
"Judge J.M. Stevenson, Winchester"; Lexington Herald-Leader, 1951-03-27
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Stewart, Judge Thomas
Judge Thomas Stewart, [n.d.]
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Tennessee
Mary Shelby Wilson at "Morris Dam", TN, 1938-08-07
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Mary Shelby Wilson, "On Farmery Ridge; base of Clingman's Dome; in Great Smoky Mountains, NC.", 1938-08-06
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Great Smoky Mountains, TN, [n.d.]
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"On Signal Mountain, Chattanooga, TN."; Mary Shelby Wilson and another woman, 1931-09-01
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"Group at 'Agmore'; Sam and Mary Shelby Wilson and three others, 1930-09-28
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"Group at 'Agmore'; Sam and Mary Shelby Wilson and three others, 1930-09-28
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"Group at 'Agmore'"; Sam and Mary Shelby Wilson and three others, 1930-09-28
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"In New Found Gap; Great Smoky Mountains, NC.", 1938-08-06
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"Sycamore Shoals of the Watonga River (Carter County, TN.).", 1930-09-25
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"'Agmore,' Home of Judge Sam'l [Samuel] C. Williams, near Johnson City, TN.", 1930-09-28
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Monument, "First Wisconsin Cavalry, 2nd. Brig. 1st. Div. Calvary Corps.", [n.d.]
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"Point Lookout", [n.d.]
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"Umbrella Rock", [n.d.]
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Sunset Rock, [n.d.]
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"Lookout Mt. from Chattanooga", [n.d.]
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"View from Battery Point, Lookout Mt.", [n.d.]
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"Moccasin Bend and Lookout Battlefield", [n.d.]
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"The Hermitage," Nashville, Tennessee, Home of General Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States", [n.d.]
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Texas
"The Alamo, built 1718", [n.d.]
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Thornwell. I.H
Engraving of Rev. I.H. Thornwell, "Engraved by R. Whitechurch at J.M. Butler's establishment. 84 Chestnut St.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 359] browse
Totten, Rev. Silas
"Rev. Silas Totten", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 360] browse
Townsend, Charles
"My father, the newspaper man Chas. M. Townsend (1852-1905), in the middle in derby hat. P. Fanell in nose glasses, a Lex. lawyer (A.M. Harrison) with flowers in lapel of coat. 13 August 1938.", 1895
[box: 3, item: 361] browse
Troye. Edward
Edward Troye, "Photographed by W.B. Phipps, Lexington, KY" Gift of Louis Haggin; May 1, 1934, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 362] browse
Virginia
Mary Shelby Wilson at "Courthouse Square; Manassas, Virginia", 1938-06-09
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Samuel M. Wilson at "Courthouse Square; Manassas, Virginia", 1938-06-09
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Natural Bridge; Virginia, [n.d.]
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"Lower yard, Residence of John Fry, Jr., Big Stone Gap, Virginia", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 366] browse
War of 1812
Engraving: "The Battle of Tippicanoe. From the original Painting by Chappel, in the possession of Johnson, Fry, & Co Publishers, New York.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 367] browse
Watson
Watson, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 368] browse
Wayne, Anthony
Engraving of Anthony Wayne, "Eng. by H.B. Hall & Sons, New York.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 369] browse
Webster, Daniel
Daniel Webster, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 370] browse
Monument with bust of Daniel Webster, dedicated in 1932, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 371] browse
Birthplace of Daniel Webster, built in 1780, [n.d.]
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Birthplace of Daniel Webster, built in 1780, [n.d.]
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Interior of the birthplace of Daniel Webster, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 374] browse
"The Elms," mansion in Franklin, New Hampshire, Daniel Webster's home from 1800 to 1852, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 375] browse
Webster Lake; Franklin, New Hampshire, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 376] browse
The Village Church in Franklin, NH that Daniel Webster attended , [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 377] browse
Engraving of the "Birthplace of Daniel Webster", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 378] browse
Wellington
Engraving of the Duke of Wellington: "Johnson, Wilson, & Co. Publishers, New York.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 379] browse
Whitman, Walt
Walt Whitman: "G.C. Cox, Photo. N.Y. Photogravure Co.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 380] browse
Wickcliffe
Portrait of a woman, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 381] browse
"Robert Wickcliffe. From the original portrait by Matthew Harris Jouett.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 382] browse
Engraving of Robert Wickcliffe, "Engraved by J.C. Buttre, from a Daguerreotype. Engraved for Biographical Sketches of Eminent Americans.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 383] browse
Wilson Family (A)
Samuel M. Wilson's head, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 384] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 385] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 386] browse
Mrs. Gerard and her daughter; "Kodak Dept. The Photo Shop. Middlesboro, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 387] browse
W.H. Sugg; "Gregson: Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 388] browse
Miss J. Magoffin and Miss Mary Shelby [Wilson], [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 389] browse
Two young men, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 390] browse
Mary Shelby [Wilson], [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 391] browse
"To S.M.W. from Rhuy H. Wilson."; "The Trio: Wooster, Massillion, and Ashland, O."; Photo of young woman, [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 392] browse
S.C. Wilson; "From J.C. Elrod's Gallery; 409 Main St. Louisville. Plain & Painted Photographs.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 393] browse
"To Aunt Annie From Joe."; Photo of young boy , [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 394] browse
Young woman: "J. Taylor's Photographic Studio, 191 Sixth Ave. Near 13th St.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 395] browse
Young woman, same as #395 in color: "J. Taylor's Photographic Studio, 191 Sixth Ave. Near 13th St.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 396] browse
Woman and baby, one is Rhiny W.; "Johnston Bros. 867 Broadway. New York.", [n.d.]
[box: 3, item: 397] browse
Wilson Family (B)
Keith Wilson, Christmas, 1945, 1945-12-25
[box: 4, item: 398] browse
"Donnie, Keith and Carolyn", [n.d.]
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"Donnie and Carolyn", [n.d.]
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"Donnie and Carolyn", [n.d.]
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Three children; May, 1945, 1945-05-01
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"Sept. 1945. On kids' return from kindergarten." Two young boys, 1945-09-01
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Baby boy, [n.d.]
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Young man; "Peterson's Studio. Columbia, MO", [n.d.]
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"Ned and Francis. At site of old monument. Blue Licks Battlefield.", 1927-07-09
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"Ned Shelby.", 1927-07-10
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"Francis.", 1927-07-10
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"Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson on Blue Licks Battlefield.", 1927-07-09
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"Ned and Francis at sport where dead Kentuckians were buried after Battle of Blue Licks; Blue Licks Battlefield.", 1927-07-09
[box: 4, item: 410] browse
Dr. and Mrs. Denning Wilson and son, 1927-07-09
[box: 4, item: 411] browse
"Francis and Ned. At junction of Lexington and Maysville and Mt. Olivet. Near Blue Licks Battlefield.", 1929-07-09
[box: 4, item: 412] browse
"Uncle Sam [Wilson] and Francis at site of old monument. Blue Licks Battlefield.", 1927-07-09
[box: 4, item: 413] browse
"Ned, Uncle Sam [Wilson], and Francis.", 1927-07-10
[box: 4, item: 414] browse
Samuel Wilson and two boys (Ned and Francis). , 1928-08-31
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Mrs. Denning Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 416] browse
"Ned, Mary [Shelby Wilson], and Francis. Old Blue Lick Spring.", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 417] browse
Three boys including Ned Shelby and Wilson boy, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 418] browse
Judge Samuel M. Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 419] browse
Mrs. Denning Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
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"Ned and Francis at point where old Buffalo trail started up hill at Blue Licks battlefield.", 1927-07-09
[box: 4, item: 421] browse
Wilson Family (C)
Samuel M. Wilson in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 422] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson in garden, [n.d.]
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Mary Shelby Wilson standing by an automobile, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 424] browse
A large house, "Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 425] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 426] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and three other men, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 427] browse
Four men standing under a tree, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 428] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson standing by a sun dial, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 429] browse
Samuel M. Wilson standing by a sun dial, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 430] browse
Sun dial, [n.d.]
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Evan Shelby and Mary Shelby Wilson, "At 'Landover'", 1945-06-01
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Mary Shelby Wilson and Evan Shelby, "At 'Landover'", [n.d.]
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Ned Shelby in Army uniform, "'Landover.'", 1943-03-14
[box: 4, item: 434] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Ned Shelby "at 'Landover'", 1943-03-14
[box: 4, item: 435] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, a woman, and two adolescents. "Taken at 'Landover'", 1939-06-23
[box: 4, item: 436] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson: "Taken at 'Landover'", 1939-06-23
[box: 4, item: 437] browse
Wilson Family (D)
Kevin Shelby and Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 438] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and Mr. David Shelby at "The Shelby Traveller's Rest Burying-Ground. Enclosed August, 1820.", 1939-05-30
[box: 4, item: 439] browse
Mrs. Shelby, Mr. Shelby, and Mary Shelby Wilson, 1939-05-30
[box: 4, item: 440] browse
Mr. David Shelby and Mary Shelby Wilson at "The Shelby Traveller's Rest Burying-Ground. Enclosed August, 1820.", 1939-05-30
[box: 4, item: 441] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 442] browse
Mr. and Mrs. David Shelby at "The Shelby Traveller's Rest Burying-Ground. Enclosed August, 1820.", 1939-05-30
[box: 4, item: 443] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. David Shelby, 1939-05-30
[box: 4, item: 444] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson standing by a large rock, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 445] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
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"Landover" , 1943-01-01
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Automobile parked in the snow, 1943-01-01
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Samuel M. Wilson; Fayette Park, [n.d.]
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Samuel M. Wilson; Fayette Park, "Landover", [n.d.]
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"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 451] browse
Samuel M. Wilson; Fayette Park, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 452] browse
Samuel M. Wilson; Fayette Park, "Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 453] browse
Samuel M. Wilson; Fayette Park, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 454] browse
Samuel M. Wilson; Fayette Park, [n.d.]
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"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 456] browse
"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 457] browse
"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 458] browse
"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 459] browse
"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 460] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 461] browse
"Landover", [n.d.]
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"Landover", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 463] browse
Wilson Family (E)
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 464] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 465] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and David Shelby in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 466] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and David Shelby in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 467] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, "Taken on 'Allegheny Front.'", 1938-06-07
[box: 4, item: 468] browse
David Hunter, Samuel M. Wilson, and Mary Shelby Wilson, 1938-06-06
[box: 4, item: 469] browse
David Hunter, David Hunter Jr., and Mary Shelby Wilson, 1938-06-06
[box: 4, item: 470] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 471] browse
Samuel M. Wilson; "'Old Stone Church' (Augusta Presbyterian Church).", 1935-10-11
[box: 4, item: 472] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 473] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson standing by large rock, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 474] browse
Wilson, Mary Shelby Wilson, and Ned Shelby, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 475] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 476] browse
"A Kodak souvenir of a most delightful visit of the Thatchers with the Wilsons.", 1931-06-01
[box: 4, item: 477] browse
"'Book Thieves' at 'Landover'.", 1935-04-20
[box: 4, item: 478] browse
"'Book Thieves' at 'Landover'.", 1935-04-20
[box: 4, item: 479] browse
Wilson Family (F)
Group of six people in front of a house, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 480] browse
Group of five people in front of a house, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 481] browse
Group of four people in front of a house, including Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 482] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 483] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 484] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 485] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 486] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 487] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and three other women, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 488] browse
"Landover," autumn, 1944, [n.d.]
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"'Landover Lodge' in Fayette Park; Lexington, KY.", 1927-12-21
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"'Landover Lodge' in Fayette Park; Lexington, KY.", 1927-12-21
[box: 4, item: 491] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 492] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 493] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 494] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson next to an automobile, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 495] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 496] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson next to an automobile, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 497] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 498] browse
"On Caney; Breathitt County, KY", 1923-07-01
[box: 4, item: 499] browse
Samuel M. Wilson next to a gravestone, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 500] browse
"Daddy Wilson, Keith Singleton, Francis Edward.", 1914-11-17
[box: 4, item: 501] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, 1920-06-01
[box: 4, item: 502] browse
Wilson Family (G)
Mary Shelby Wilson, 1920-08-21
[box: 4, item: 503] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 504] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman, 1913
[box: 4, item: 505] browse
Three women, Mary Shelby Wilson in the center, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 506] browse
Three women, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 507] browse
A woman and an adolescent , [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 508] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 509] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and a young boy, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 510] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 511] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 512] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 513] browse
Wilson Family (H)
Ned Shelby in a toy automobile, [n.d.]
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Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby. , 1923-08-01
[box: 4, item: 515] browse
Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby. , 1925-06-16
[box: 4, item: 516] browse
Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby. , 1927-07-13
[box: 4, item: 517] browse
Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby, 1928-08-30
[box: 4, item: 518] browse
Wilson Family (I)
Samuel M. Wilson, Mary Shelby Wilson, three unidentified women, and one unidentified man, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 519] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, Mary Shelby Wilson, and two unidentified men, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 520] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, Samuel M. Wilson, and two unidentified men by a horse-drawn carriage, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 521] browse
Group of men and women, including Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, in two automobiles, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 522] browse
Group of men, women, and a child, including Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 523] browse
"Camp on KY River, one mile below Valley View.", 1904-08-01
[box: 4, item: 524] browse
Payne's Depot. Samuel M. Wilson and three unidentified men, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 525] browse
Payne's Depot. Samuel M. Wilson and three unidentified men, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 526] browse
Payne's Depot. Man sitting next to tree, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 527] browse
Payne's Depot. Man sitting next to tree, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 528] browse
Payne's Depot. Samuel M. Wilson standing next to tree, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 529] browse
Payne's Depot. Samuel M. Wilson and three unidentified men, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 530] browse
Payne's Depot. Samuel M. Wilson and unidentified man in automobile, 1909-10-28
[box: 4, item: 531] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 532] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, one unidentified woman, and two unidentified men. , [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 533] browse
Wilson Family (J)
Denning R. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 534] browse
Wilson Family (K)
A man in shorts, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 535] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and three unidentified men, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 536] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 537] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson (duplicate of #537), [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 538] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and unidentified young man, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 539] browse
Wilson Family (L)
John Stewart Tanner; "Spencer Judd; Sewanee, TN.", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 540] browse
"Mrs. Chapman Coleman, daughter of John J. Crittenden"; "Whitbeck. Saudson, NY", 1937-07-15
[box: 4, item: 541] browse
"James C. Wilson of Weatherford, Texas"; "Journey (Austin, Texas)", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 542] browse
Portrait of a young boy; "Mullen: Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 543] browse
Portrait of a young man, standing; "E.H. Fox: Danville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 544] browse
Wilson Family (M)
Portrait of a young man, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 545] browse
Portrait of three men; "Fearnaught: Louisville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 546] browse
"G. Hayward Vernon", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 547] browse
Peter Cartwright, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 548] browse
Wilson Family (N)
Portrait of Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 549] browse
Portrait of Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 550] browse
Portrait of Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 551] browse
Wilson Family (O)
"Edward Lacy Wilson. Taken at 'Landover"; Sunday.", 1943-11-28
[box: 4, item: 552] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 553] browse
Samuel M. Wilson. , 1942-05-19
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Samuel M. Wilson. "Taken by U.S.A. Signal Corps, at Eperlecanes, Pas-de-Colais, France."; "Photo by Lafayette Studio; Lexington, KY", 1918-05-01
[box: 4, item: 555] browse
"Edward Lacy Wilson. Taken at 'Landover.", 1943-11-28
[box: 4, item: 556] browse
"Rev. S.R. Wilson, DD.", 1944-12-19
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Samuel R. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 558] browse
Wilson Family (P)
Samuel M. Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson with another man and woman, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 559] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson; "Battaile's Portrait and Bridal Studio. 429 West Second St. Lexington 7, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 560] browse
Evan Shelby and Samuel M. Wilson, 1943-06-09
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Samuel M. Wilson, 1943-06-09
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Samuel M.Wilson, Mary Shelby Wilson, and Evan Shelby, 1943-06-09
[box: 4, item: 563] browse
Ten men and women at a dining table; Samuel M. Wilson is at the head of the table, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 564] browse
Evan Shelby, "Taken at "Landover'.", 1943-07-25
[box: 4, item: 565] browse
Evan Shelby and Mary Shelby Wilson, "Taken at "Landover'.", 1943-07-25
[box: 4, item: 566] browse
"'Landover'.", 1943-01-10
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"Landover", [n.d.]
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Wilson Family (Q)
Samuel M. Wilson and Thomas R. Marshall on a podium with several others, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 569] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and Thomas R. Marshall on a podium with several others, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 570] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, Security Trust Building; Dedicatory Ceremony for Judge John R. Allen, 1945-05-18
[box: 4, item: 571] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, "Geppert Studios", [n.d.]
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Old Kitzers House near the corner of Chestnut and Center Streets; Louisville, KY, birthplace of Samuel M. Wilson. , 1922-11-09
[box: 4, item: 573] browse
Hon. Henry Wilson. Senator from Massachusetts."; Eng. by G.E. Perine , [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 574] browse
"Henry Wilson. Photograph by Brady. Engraved by Geo. E. Perine NY. Published by Moore and Goodspeed. 37 Park Row. New York.", [n.d.]
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Wilson Family (R)
Williams College. Eight students playing cards; Samuel M. Wilson is second from the right, [n.d.]
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"Drusilla Allen, wife of Dr. Singleton C. Wilson. Presented to me (S.M.W.) by Cousin Amanda W. Lynn.", 1910-03-25
[box: 4, item: 577] browse
Samuel M. Wilson at his office desk, 1932-03-01
[box: 4, item: 578] browse
"Southern Interstate Oratorical Association: Victor DePass, James C. Wilson, John B. Gallagher, Lacon Hubert Carlock, Huston Taylor, Hill McAlister, Clyde Wise Portlock, Samuel M. Wilson (President), H.H. McElroy." "Taken at Danville, KY. Edward H. Fox, Artist Photographer.", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 579] browse
Wilson-Halley-Bell Families
Holly Lisle; "Mullen: Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 580] browse
Friends of S.R. Wilson, Presbyterian Church (Madison, Indiana); "J.R. Gorgas, Photographer, Madison, Ind.", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 581] browse
Samuel Halley and Helen Halley, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 582] browse
Ann Halley (a baby) and Mrs. Lincoln Rader, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 583] browse
Sam Halley (two years old), [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 584] browse
Holly Lisle, Rufus Lisle's father (as a young man); "Mullen. Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 585] browse
Ed Halley: "Mullen; Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 586] browse
Denning Steel Wilson: "Johnston; Louisville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 587] browse
Rhiny Wilson, Samuel M. Wilson's niece, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 588] browse
Portrait of a man, [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 589] browse
John Bell, Samuel M. Wilson's uncle; "Doerr, 12th & Market Sts., Louisville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 4, item: 590] browse
Wilson, Drusilla
Drusilla Wilson, daughter of Singleton C. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 591] browse
Wilson, Joshua
Joshua Wilson, son of Singleton C. Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 592] browse
Wilson, Samuel M. Group photos
Seven men standing with Samuel M. Wilson [MISSING], [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 593]
Seated: H.I. Miranda and Samuel M. Wilson, Standing: U.R. Bell (right);"Photo by William E. Rodman. Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 594] browse
Dr. Robert W. Miles, Judge Samuel M. Wilson and Dr. Frank L. McVey;"Compliments Lexington Herald Leader.", 1940-10-23
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Samuel M. Wilson and other men leaving a railroad station, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 596] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and other men leaving a railroad station (duplicate of # 596), [n.d.]
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Front: Mrs. W.B. Ardery, Judge Samuel M. Wilson, Mrs. Drake, and Mr. Thurston; Back row: Harry B. MacKoy, John Noland and H.V. McChesney.; "Pendemin's [sp?] Club in Louisville, KY.", 1941-11-22
[box: 5, item: 598] browse
"Col. Samuel M. Wilson, left, Lexington historian, etc. Dr. Raymond F. McLain, President of Transylvania College. Compliments Lexington Herald Leader." , 1942-07-01
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"(Left to right): J. Winston Coleman, Samuel Cole Wilson, Samuel M. Wilson, at Winburn Farm.", 1940-07-27
[box: 5, item: 600] browse
Wilson, Samuel M., Snapshots (A)
"Major D.S. Wilson, M.C.W.S.A. and Captain Parner.", 1918-06-13
[box: 5, item: 601] browse
"Major D.S. Wilson, M.C.W.S.A. and Captain Parner.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 602] browse
Unidentified woman with man in Navy officer's uniform, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 603] browse
"Donnie [baby]. He smiles like this most of the time.", 1944-01-01
[box: 5, item: 604] browse
"Carolyn and Donnie [babies].", 1944-01-01
[box: 5, item: 605] browse
House on 9 Crestwood Drive, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 606] browse
Harriet McDonald, Samuel M. Wilson, and unidentified woman. , [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 607] browse
E.L. McDonald, unidentified woman, and Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 608] browse
Left to right: Samuel M. Wilson, Mrs. E.L. McDonald, Sarah Carter, unidentified man and woman, and E.L. McDonald, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 609] browse
Left to right: Samuel M. Wilson, Mrs. E.L. McDonald, Sarah Carter, unidentified man and woman, and E.L. McDonald, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 610] browse
Unidentified baby, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 611] browse
"Steve Leatherston's Fish Fry, at Reservoir No. 3. Group snapped by Judge George B. Kinkead." Twelve men in group, including Samuel M. Wilson, 1928-07-14
[box: 5, item: 612] browse
Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 613] browse
Gravestone of "Susannah Henry, wife of Gen. Thomas Madison and sister of Patrick Henry the patriot. Died: 1831.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 614] browse
"Keith, Carolyn and Ned. Taken in our backyard.", 1943-12-01
[box: 5, item: 615] browse
"An informal pose (7 months old). He is fond of chewing on the wash cloth." , 1943-11-01
[box: 5, item: 616] browse
George Shanklin and W.T. Shelby, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 617] browse
Shelby House; eight people on the steps, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 618] browse
Wilson, Samuel M., Snapshots (B)
Francis Wilson, 1928-08-31
[box: 5, item: 619] browse
T. Hart Shelby, Ned Shelby, Francis Wilson, and Thomas Shelby, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 620] browse
Ned Shelby, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 621] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson at Blue Licks (with others at picnic table), [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 622] browse
"Augusta 'Old Stone Church' near Stanton, Virginia.", 1926-09-10
[box: 5, item: 623] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson. , 1933-06-01
[box: 5, item: 624] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson at the "Entrance to 'Hall of Records' Annapolis, MD.", 1935-10-23
[box: 5, item: 625] browse
Samuel M. Wilson at the "'Hall of Records' Annapolis, MD.", 1935-10-23
[box: 5, item: 626] browse
Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson at "Landover.", 1928-08-31
[box: 5, item: 627] browse
Ned Shelby, Francis Wilson, and unidentified boy, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 628] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified man and woman at a picnic table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 629] browse
"Whither Thou," Monument of men on and around a horse, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 630] browse
"Whither Thou," Monument of men on and around a horse, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 631] browse
Samuel M. Wilson, Mary Shelby Wilson, and unidentified man (Evan Shelby?), [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 632] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified man and woman in front of a house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 633] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, Samuel M. Wilson, and an unidentified man, woman, and two girls, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 634] browse
Unidentified man and girl in front of a house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 635] browse
Unidentified man and girl in front of a house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 636] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and five unidentified adults and four children, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 637] browse
Samuel M. Wilson "on front porch of courthouse, upper Marlboro, Maryland.", 1935-10-16
[box: 5, item: 638] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 639] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and six unidentified adults, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 640] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and three unidentified men, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 641] browse
Two young girls, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 642] browse
Samuel M. Wilson standing on a stump, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 643] browse
Preparing for a ceremony in front of a building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 644] browse
Wilson, Samuel M., Snapshots (C)
About twenty boys sitting on logs with a teacher up front, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 645] browse
Boys playing baseball, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 646] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson at "'Stratford Hall,' Virginia.", 1935-10-12
[box: 5, item: 647] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and an unidentified woman in front of a house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 648] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and two unidentified men, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 649] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson in front of a statue, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 650] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson in front of a building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 651] browse
A creek, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 652] browse
The horizon, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 653] browse
A lake, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 654] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and two women, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 655] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 656] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and four women, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 657] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and a man at the top of the steps to a building; three boys to the left, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 658] browse
Samuel M. Wilson at a ceremony, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 659] browse
Group outside a building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 660] browse
Ten men and women standing by a monument, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 661] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, three men, and a woman, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 662] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson in front of Nathaniel Greene Monument, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 663] browse
Carter Caves, natural bridge, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 664] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and others at a picnic table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 665] browse
Three men building an outdoor fire, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 666] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and others at a picnic table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 667] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and others at a picnic table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 668] browse
Three men cooking on an outdoor fire , [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 669] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and others at a picnic table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 670] browse
Wilson, Samuel M., Snapshots (D)
Two women at Sky Bridge, 1929-05-07
[box: 5, item: 671] browse
Cumberland Gap, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 672] browse
Four women at a picnic table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 673] browse
"Cumberland Falls, KY.", 1938-08-08
[box: 5, item: 674] browse
Samuel M. Wilson at "Cumberland River just above the Falls.", 1938-08-08
[box: 5, item: 675] browse
Clinton M. Harbison, Harriet McDonald, and Sarah Carter, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 676] browse
E.L. McDonald building an outdoor fire, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 677] browse
Clinton M. Harbison, Sarah Carter, Mrs. E.L. McDonald, and Mary Shelby Wilson at a picnic, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 678] browse
Women and one man at a picnic, Mary Shelby Wilson in front, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 679] browse
Clinton Harbison, Mrs. E.L. McDonald, E.L. McDonald, Harriet McDonald, and Sarah Carter, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 680] browse
Mrs. E.L. McDonald, Sarah Carter, Harriet McDonald, and unidentified woman, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 681] browse
Men and women at a picnic table [MISSING], [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 682]
Cumberland Falls; Mary Shelby Wilson, Mrs. E.L. McDonald, E.L. McDonald, two unidentified women, and one unidentified man, 1937
[box: 5, item: 683] browse
Cumberland Falls, 1937
[box: 5, item: 684] browse
Cumberland Falls, 1937
[box: 5, item: 685] browse
Cumberland Falls, 1937
[box: 5, item: 686] browse
Cumberland Falls, 1937
[box: 5, item: 687] browse
"Rear of 'Landover.'", 1937-07-25
[box: 5, item: 688] browse
"'Landover.'", 1937-07-25
[box: 5, item: 689] browse
"Tool House and garage at 'Landover.'", 1937-07-25
[box: 5, item: 690] browse
"Shelby Tevis. Sept. 1906.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 691] browse
A rock wall, "Shelby. July 8, 1787.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 692] browse
"Shelby Tevis. Sept. 1906.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 693] browse
Wilson, Samuel M., Snapshots (E)
Haggin Swimming Pool; Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson, nephews of Samuel M. Wilson, and four other boys. , 1928-09-01
[box: 5, item: 694] browse
Haggin Swimming Pool; Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson, nephews of Samuel M. Wilson, and four other boys. , 1928-09-01
[box: 5, item: 695] browse
Picnic at Blue Licks Park, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 696] browse
Group of people, including Samuel M. Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson, at "Kings Mountain Shelbys. Kings Mtn. Battleground.", 1930-10-07
[box: 5, item: 697] browse
A bear in the Great Smoky Mountains, TN, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 698] browse
Skyline Drive, Virginia, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 699] browse
A bear in the Great Smoky Mountains, TN; three people with cameras, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 700] browse
A man and a bear in the Great Smoky Mountains, TN, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 701] browse
Bar Association Meeting at Estill Springs, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 702] browse
Natural Bridge, Kentucky, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 703] browse
Kentucky Mountains, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 704] browse
"Site of Hart's Mill Dam, on Ens River, 3 [three] miles west of Hillsborough, and about 300 [three hundred] to 500 [five hundred] yards north of Hart's-Ford (now replaced by a bridge).", 1930-10-16
[box: 5, item: 705] browse
Estill Springs Hotel, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 706] browse
A man on steps of Estill Springs Hotel, "Farmers Relief.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 707] browse
A woman and baby on steps of Estill Springs Hotel, "Farmers Relief.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 708] browse
"Shelsea," home of Clinton M. Harbison, Fayette County, Kentucky, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 709] browse
"Arcadia," an old Shelby home near Traveler's Rest in Lincoln County, Kentucky, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 710] browse
Samuel M. Wilson with two other men, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 711] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and a man, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 712] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and four men , [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 713] browse
Group of men and women, including Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson, in front of a house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 714] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and four men , [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 715] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and five men on the steps of a building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 716] browse
Group of men and women, including Mary Shelby Wilson, in front of a house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 717] browse
Wilson, Robert Burns
Portrait of "A man of sorrows and acquainted with grief" by Robert Burns Wilson; "Cusick Studio. Frankfort, KY.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 718] browse
Woodford County
"KY Female Orphans Home at Midway, KY. Pageant at Centennial Celebration.", 1933-05-11
[box: 5, item: 719] browse
"KY Female Orphans Home at Midway, KY. Pageant at Centennial Celebration." (duplicate of #719), 1933-05-11
[box: 5, item: 720] browse
"Old Block House, Paul's Mill, Clear Creek, Woodford Co., KY. Mr. C.C. Anderson." , 1921-04-01
[box: 5, item: 721] browse
"Pauls Mill, Clear Cr., Woodford Co., KY." , 1921-04-23
[box: 5, item: 722] browse
Young
Bennett Young, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 723] browse
Samuella Young, two girls, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 724] browse
Wilson unidentified (A)
Baby girl, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 725] browse
Group of women at a Railroad, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 726] browse
Road with a rock wall, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 727] browse
Portrait of a young man; "Matthern: Frankfort, KY.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 728] browse
A cast iron tablet (marker), [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 729] browse
Railroad at a coal loading station, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 730] browse
A woman, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 731] browse
View of a street decorated with American flags, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 732] browse
Naval officer holding a child at picnic, woman in background, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 733] browse
Naval officer, women, and a child on steps of a building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 734] browse
Naval officer and a man on steps of building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 735] browse
Woman reading on porch, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 736] browse
Woman feeding a baby in a high chair, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 737] browse
Portrait of a young woman, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 738] browse
Wilson unidentified (B)
Railroad yard, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 739] browse
Group at a railway station, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 740] browse
Man standing next to a sundial, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 741] browse
Man and woman in a garden, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 742] browse
Man and woman in a garden (Duplicate of # 742), [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 743] browse
A black man sitting beneath a wooden platform, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 744] browse
Two men standing next to a tree, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 745] browse
Two men on a porch, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 746] browse
Two men at a railway station, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 747] browse
Trees, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 748] browse
Three people in a flower garden, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 749] browse
Obelisk monument, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 750] browse
Woman in a cemetery, 1938-05-15
[box: 5, item: 751] browse
Small monument, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 752] browse
Man with a baby, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 753] browse
A woman, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 754] browse
Woman and boy at a table, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 755] browse
Baby girl in a rocking chair, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 756] browse
Baby girl in a stroller, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 757] browse
Four men, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 758] browse
Wilson unidentified (C)
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 759] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 760] browse
A building, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 761] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 762] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 763] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 764] browse
Monument to a soldier, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 765] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 766] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 767] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 768] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 769] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 770] browse
A large church, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 771] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 772] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 773] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 774] browse
View from a hilltop, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 775] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 776] browse
A church, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 777] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 778] browse
A bridge over a creek, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 779] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 780] browse
A house, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 781] browse
Boy holding two rabbits, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 782] browse
A bridge over a creek, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 783] browse
Monument to Phil Sheridan, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 784] browse
Wilson unidentified (D)
Portrait of a man, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 785] browse
Portrait of a young man, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 786] browse
Portrait of boy (full-length); "Wybrant: Louisville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 787] browse
Portrait of a young man; "Grinnan: Paris, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 788] browse
Portrait of a young man in academic gown; "Meiley: Lexington, VA", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 789] browse
Portrait of a man; "Naschke: 15th & Church Sts. Galveston, Texas.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 790] browse
Portrait of a young man; "Fox: Danville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 791] browse
Portrait of a young man; "Bachrach & Bro. L.E. cor. Lexington and Euton Sts. Baltimore, MD", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 792] browse
Wilson unidentified (E)
Portrait of a man; "Miller.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 793] browse
Sarah Bullock [Moore]; "Muller: Lex., KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 794] browse
Portrait of a young girl; "I.B. Webster, Practical Photographer, 85 Fourth Street; Louisville, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 795] browse
Portrait of a man; "J.Taylor, 189 & 191 6th Ave.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 796] browse
Man holding a book, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 797] browse
Flower bed in a cemetery, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 798] browse
Flower bed in a cemetery, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 799] browse
Portrait of a man, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 800] browse
Full-length portrait of a man, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 801] browse
Portrait of a man (Edwin Muller), [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 802] browse
Friends of Mary Shelby Wilson
"Laura Paxton. February, 1897. Kansas; Edgar Co., Illinois.", 2/1897
[box: 5, item: 803] browse
Bessie Smith of Dana Hall; "Kuebler: 1210 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 804] browse
Eleanor Well Belton; "Partridge: Boston & Brookline.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 805] browse
Mrs. Belton, Mary Shelby Wilson's college friend; "Partridge: Boston and Brookline.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 806] browse
"William Len Brueck Ott and his grandmother; "'The Country' Juliet V. Strauss: Rockville, Ind.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 807] browse
Unidentified young woman, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 808] browse
Helen Julia Wheeler, roommate of Mary Shelby Wilson at Dana Hall; daughter of Marcellus Wheeler of Rutland, Vermont, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 809] browse
"Edna Foley, '95. October, the twentieth."; "Stein and Rosch: 1301 Michigan Ave., Chicago.", 10/20/1895
[box: 5, item: 810] browse
Cornelia D. Kinkead; "The Decker Studio: 143 Euclid Ave., Cleveland.", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 811] browse
Lucy Alexander [Simms] and Belle DeLong [Carlusier]; "The Premier Studio. Johns and Butler; 19 W. Main St., Lexington, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 812] browse
Jennie Magoffin Hugo, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 813] browse
Eleanor Mell Belton, a Dana Hall classmate of Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 814] browse
Ida Voorhries, cousin of Mrs. J.B. Haggin (from Decatur, Illinois), [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 815] browse
Virginia H. Lisle of Lexington; eighty years old in 1951, [n.d.]
[box: 5, item: 816] browse
Daguerreotype (14-15)
Unknown adult female, c.1840-47; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 817] browse
Mary Catherine Bell Wilson, c.184-; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 818] browse
Daguerreotype (16-17)
Mary Catherine Bell Wilson and infant, c. 1855-65; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 819] browse
Samuel R. Wilson and Mary Catherine Bell Wilson, c. 1850-55 ; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 820] browse
Daguerreotype (18-19)
Adolescent male, c. 1845-50, cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 821] browse
Adult male, c. 1850-55; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 822] browse
Daguerreotype (20-21)
Child, female, and portrait painting of older girl, c. 1840-46; cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 823] browse
Adolescent female, c. 1850-60; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 824] browse
Ambrotype (34-35)
Indistinguishable; case missing and xerox copy shows no photo; cased;Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections [MISSING], [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 825]
Child, c.1854-70; hand colored and cased; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 826] browse
Tintype (70-72)
Adult female, c. 1857; hand colored in a Union case; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, 1857
[box: 6, item: 827] browse
Child, female, c. 1856-1900; hand colored and cased; also a tintype of a young boy, inserted in the facing cushion of the case; both listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 828] browse
Child, male, c. 1856-1900, in a Union case; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 829] browse
Tintype (73, 76,77)
Two men with painting of Niagara Falls in background, c.1856-1900; in paper mat (2 copies). Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 830] browse
Five men, "Northfield, Mass."; "T. Mine, Mt. Hermon, Mass. Photographer."; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, 7/07/1893
[box: 6, item: 831] browse
Male child. c. 1856-1900; Listed and described in 19th Century Photographs, a catalogue from UK Special Collections, [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 832] browse
Tintype
Young boy (not listed in catalogue), [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 833] browse
Young woman (not listed in catalogue), [n.d.]
[box: 6, item: 834] browse
Album 1
Baby in baby carriage. , [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 835] browse
Baby sitting on a double bed, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 836] browse
Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 837] browse
Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 838] browse
"'Landover", 1929-07-21
[box: 7, item: 839] browse
"'Landover", 1929-07-21
[box: 7, item: 840] browse
Woman and girl sitting on the lawn at Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 841] browse
Young girl in front of Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 842] browse
Man standing on a lawn, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 843] browse
Unidentified man and woman standing on lawn with Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 844] browse
Unidentified man and two women standing on lawn with Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 845] browse
"'Landover", 1929-07-21
[box: 7, item: 846] browse
Two boys at a monument (Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby?), [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 847] browse
Man at "'Landover", 1929-07-21
[box: 7, item: 848] browse
Samuel M. Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson standing on a lawn, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 849] browse
Unidentified man and woman standing on lawn with Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 850] browse
Samuel M. Wilson sitting on lawn at Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 851] browse
An elderly man; An elderly woman, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 852] browse
Man and young boy; Man with a bicycle, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 853] browse
Man on a horse, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 854] browse
Eight people on a porch (Shelby family?); Man and woman on steps, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 855] browse
Man seated with elbow on chair back; Man with a bicycle, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 856] browse
Young woman standing by a porch railing; Samuel M. Wilson and Mary Shelby Wilson standing in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 857] browse
Young woman in garden; Young man seated with a hat on his lap, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 858] browse
Man in Army uniform in front of barracks; Man with hat in hand , [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 859] browse
Four woman, including Mary Shelby Wilson, and a man (one woman playing a banjo), [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 860] browse
Three women, including Mary Shelby Wilson, and a man seated, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 861] browse
Four young men standing outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 862] browse
Man and woman on a porch;Two men in straw hats outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 863] browse
Elderly man with young boy peeking between his legs; Elderly man with four women, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 864] browse
Five men standing behind three ladies seated, including Mary Shelby Wilson; Two men, including Samuel M. Wilson, and two women, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 865] browse
Five men; Three women, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 866] browse
Two men, including Samuel M. Wilson, and two women, including Mary Shelby Wilson; Three women, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 867] browse
Man and woman seated on a park bench; Three women, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 868] browse
Six men standing near a porch, including Samuel M. Wilson; Five men standing back to back, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 869] browse
Six men standing; Three women seated, including Mary Shelby Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 870] browse
Two men standing outdoors; Two men, including Samuel M.Wilson, and Mary Shelby Wilson standing outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 871] browse
Five men drinking, including Samuel M.Wilson; Mary Shelby Wilson driving her own horse-drawn carriage, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 872] browse
Seven adults and children in front of a tent; Young girl driving a horse-drawn carriage, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 873] browse
Six men, including Samuel M. Wilson, two women and two boys on porch;Two boys holding rabbits, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 874] browse
Two young boys; Three men (including Samuel M. Wilson), two women (including Mary Shelby Wilson), and a boy standing outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 875] browse
Man, dog and young boy with a rifle; Two young boys with a dog, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 876] browse
Boy holding two rabbits; Two boys outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 877] browse
Man holding hat in hand with boy beside him; Man and Mary Shelby Wilson standing in a garden; Samuel M. Wilson and two boys (Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson?) seated on steps at Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 878] browse
Man seated on a log; Man and young girl on porch steps holding dogs, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 879] browse
Portrait of a man; Picture of Gertrude W. Shelby, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 880] browse
Man on sidewalk; Woman in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 881] browse
Man holding fish and fishing rod; Man holding baby, young boy standing beside him, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 882] browse
Woman with man holding a baby; Man holding baby, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 883] browse
Woman holding baby; Man holding baby, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 884] browse
Man in Army uniform; Man in straw hat outdoors; Man holding dead turkey, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 885] browse
Man in Army uniform; Same man with dog, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 886] browse
Man in uniform on porch; Man in uniform on lawn, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 887] browse
Woman, Ned Shelby, and Francis Wilson seated on steps; Samuel M. Wilson on a horse, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 888] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson, Ned Shelby, and Francis Wilson; Samuel M. Wilson, Ned Shelby, and Francis Wilson, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 889] browse
Mary Shelby Wilson and unidentified woman at a sun dial; Samuel M. Wilson, Ned Shelby, and Francis Wilson standing back to back, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 890] browse
Francis Wilson, Ned Shelby and unidentified boy in garden; Samuel M. Wilson, Mary Shelby Wilson, and Francis Wilson on steps of Landover, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 891] browse
Fourteen adults (including Mary Shelby Wilson), and children (including Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby), standing on a bridge; Fifteen adults (including Mary Shelby Wilson and Samuel M. Wilson), and children (including Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby) by a gravestone, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 892] browse
Man seated on porch with baby and boy in lap; Woman with baby and boy on porch, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 893] browse
Woman with baby and young boy, seated on lawn; Oval photo of a man; Woman with baby; Two women and boy seated at a boat, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 894] browse
Woman with baby and boy; Young boy in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 895] browse
Man and woman; Two men and two women and young girl; Two men holding a stick with several fish attached, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 896] browse
Man, three women, and young girl; Two men, woman, and young girl; Three women and young girl, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 897] browse
Man and woman seated on steps; Man and woman seated on steps; Man and woman standing, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 898] browse
Boy with rabbit under each arm; Boy standing in water with dock in background, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 899] browse
Baby in a tub of water, outdoors (photo has been colored); Baby seated on grass, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 900] browse
Baby running; Baby reaching up toward adult, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 901] browse
Baby in carriage; Baby walking, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 902] browse
Young boy and a dog; Ned Shelby in a toy car, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 903] browse
Man and two boys seated on porch steps; Ned Shelby seated on porch steps, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 904] browse
Three children seated on the grass; Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson standing in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 905] browse
Boy standing on porch steps; Six boys in bathing suits; Six boys in water, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 906] browse
Ned Shelby and unidentified boy and girl with bicycles; Boy standing on porch steps with woman watching; Francis Wilson and Ned Shelby standing together, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 907] browse
Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson standing together; Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson standing at Landover; Francis Wilson pushing Ned Shelby in wheelbarrow, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 908] browse
Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson standing together; Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson at a monument; Ned Shelby standing in a garden, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 909] browse
Ned Shelby and Francis Wilson standing together (at two different ages), [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 910] browse
Baby in carriage; Man in garden; Baby walking outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 911] browse
Baby on bed; Young girl seated on steps; Young boy in garden, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 912] browse
The Shelby's on camels at the pyramids: "The Shelbys wish you good luck, and invite you to share the laughter of the gods over the way they went many a mile for a camel, which was not so good when they got it!"; Woman with a dog, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 913] browse
Tree growing in stream with young boy on the bank; Two men and a boy on porch, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 914] browse
Young woman on a porch; Two women with three children on steps, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 915] browse
Elderly man seated outdoors; Woman standing beneath a tree, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 916] browse
Woman and baby; Three men and a woman, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 917] browse
Silhouette of man in cap wearing a tie; Silhouette of man, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 918] browse
Man kneeling with young boy; Two boys seated on lawn, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 919] browse
Child at swing outdoors; Man kneeling with boy, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 920] browse
Boy standing in front of building door; Boy leaning against a tree; Boy holding baby on steps, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 921] browse
Man holding large fish; Woman with baby; Woman with baby, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 922] browse
Baby on blanket outdoors; Baby in play pen outdoors; Baby sitting on grass; Baby on rug on porch; Baby lying on couch, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 923] browse
Baby with toy carriage; Baby standing in garden; Young girl on tricycle; Baby on towel outdoors; Baby in sand box, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 924] browse
Young girl sitting on beach; Two girls on beach; Young girl with beach ball; Girl and baby sitting on grass, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 925] browse
Man and woman seated with two children; Man holding baby with young girl; Baby on lawn, [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 926] browse
"Picking blackberries on the Athern Pike", [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 927] browse
"Views on Iron Works Pike", [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 928] browse
"Ned and Jack"; "Nee in Batheing"; "A trip with Ike", [n.d.]
[box: 7, item: 929] browse
Album 2
Woman and boy on bench; old woman, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 930] browse
Old tree; wooden machine, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 931] browse
"Ned in bathing"; "Ned and Jack", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 932] browse
Two "View[s] from Boones' Creek", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 933] browse
"View from front door at Grassland"; Two women, man, and two children, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 934] browse
"Our little home on Harrods Pike", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 935] browse
Two women, man, and two children (Duplicate of #934), [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 936] browse
"Our home on the Harrodsburg Pike"; "T. Hart Shelby", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 937] browse
"Cycamore at Grassland"; Shelby, Jack, Mother and Lucy with baby [same group as in #934 and #936], [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 938] browse
"Cycamore at Grassland"; "Cycamore with Ned", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 939] browse
"A Homemade foot power saw"; "The home of Uncle Ike", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 940] browse
"Our home on the Harrodsburg Pike"; "Homemade foot power saw", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 941] browse
Man and boy standing in garden; "Mouth of the Elklick [Creek?]", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 942] browse
"Evan Shelby" (duplicates), [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 943] browse
"Our little home on the Harrodsburg Pike", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 944] browse
"Elklick Falls"; "Our Home on the Harrodsburg Pike", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 945] browse
"Ike Shelby"; Young boy on a tricycle (Ned Shelby?), [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 946] browse
"A Homemade foot power saw"; "The Mouth of Elklick creek", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 947] browse
"Father" (Evan Shelby?); "Cycamore with Ike and Tom", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 948] browse
"Spring at Grassland"; "Arthur and Waller" on bicycles, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 949] browse
"Spring at Grassland"; "Arthur and Waller" on bicycles (Duplicates of #949), [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 950] browse
"Ned and Jack"; "View from under Elklick Falls", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 951] browse
"Another view under the Elklick Falls"; "Spring at Bryan Station", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 952] browse
A house; Elderly man seated outdoors, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 953] browse
"View along the Elklick Creek", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 954] browse
"Arthur, Cliff Shropure, Hue Spurr and Waller Hunt", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 955] browse
"Mary [Shelby Wilson] and Sam[uel M.] Wilson; Ned Shelby in toy automobile, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 956] browse
"T. Hart Shelby", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 957] browse
"Our house [before] the trees were cut away"; Man holding small boy with older boy standing also, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 958] browse
"Arthur, Cliff Estel, Hue Spure and Waller Hunt"; "Mother", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 959] browse
Three boys, two saluting; Three boys, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 960] browse
Two pictures of two boys saluting (duplicate of #960); Man holding small boy with older boy standing also [duplicate of #958], [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 961] browse
Three views of a garden, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 962] browse
Three "Views along the Clifton Pike, beyond [Versailles]", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 963] browse
Two boys standing on lawn; "One view of Champain holler"; "Little George Shanklin", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 964] browse
"Little George Shanklin and myself"; brush, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 965] browse
Album 3
"Travelers' Rest: Home of Isaac Shelby, First Governor of KY. Erected in 1786. Said by Collins to be the first stone house built in KY. KY Historical Series No. 5.", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 966] browse
House in grove (two-story, brick), [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 967] browse
Gravestone: "General Evan Shelby; Died Dec. 4, 1794, Aged 74", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 968] browse
A stand with potted plants, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 969] browse
"Home of Isaac Shelby"; Two men and a boy in front of a large house, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 970] browse
House, tree growing over a creek, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 971] browse
"Home of Archibald Woods in Madison County, KY"; "Home of William Goodloe in Madison County, KY", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 972] browse
"Home of Thomas Hart, cor[ner] Mill and Second" ; "Arcadia", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 973] browse
Home of "Lula M. Bartholomew, Minola, Texas", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 974] browse
Home of "David H. Shelby. Kansas City, MO"; "Home of D. and Lula, Kansas City", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 975] browse
Home of "David H. Shelby; Kansas City, MO", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 976] browse
Home of "George L. Shanklin III: Kansas City, MO"; "J.R. Shelby: Ark[ansas]", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 977] browse
"Clearwater Beach; Clearwater, Florida", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 978] browse
Home of "Shelby Shanklin; Clearwater, Florida", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 979] browse
Home of "Shanklin; Clearwater, Florida", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 980] browse
Home of "Shanklin; Clearwater, Florida", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 981] browse
Home of "Shanklin; Clearwater, Florida", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 982] browse
Home of "Shanklin; Clearwater, Florida", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 983] browse
"Barnes, Barrow, Simpson Home"; Fourth and Walnut, Lexington, KY, [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 984] browse
"Hotel Wachapreague, VA", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 985] browse
"Grats Home", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 986] browse
Francis Wilson standing in front of a house: "Grats Home", [n.d.]
[box: 8, item: 987] browse
Album 4
Mrs. Henry Clay, Jr, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 988] browse
Interior of a large living room [MISSING], [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 989]
"Ashland: Front View", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 990] browse
"Thoroughbred Stables at Ashland (now demolished)", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 991] browse
"View of Ashland from Richmond Road", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 992] browse
"Old Ice Houses at Ashland", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 993] browse
"Front View of Ashland from foot of Circular Drive", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 994] browse
"Portrait of Henry Clay, by Matthew H. Jouett; now hung at Ashland", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 995] browse
"Henry Clay Holding Congratulatory Address from South American Republics", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 996] browse
"Signing of the Treaty of Ghent", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 997] browse
"Portrait of Henry Clay by Matthew H. Jouett, now owned by Rosenbach of New York and Philadelphia.", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 998] browse
"Henry Clay Monument in Lexington Cemetery. Placing wreath by Venezuelan Delegation: 1922", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 999] browse
"Venezuela's Tribute to Henry Clay: Dr. E. Gil Borges Delivering Address", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1000] browse
View of Ashland from Lower Edge of Front Lawn", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1001] browse
Crowd in front of Ashland being addressed; Samuel M. Wilson is on the stage, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1002] browse
Crowd in front of Ashland being addressed, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1003] browse
Statue of Henry Clay, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1004] browse
Engraving bust of Henry Clay: "Engraved by W.H. Dougal, by permission for the use of Congress, from a Bust by H.H. Brown of NY in the possession of Cadwalader Ringgold, U.S.N. Daguerreotype by Whitehurst. Washington, D.C. 1852. Printed by H.C. Benner", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1005] browse
"Henry Clay at the age of forty-three, Printed by Matthew Harris Jouett, Owned by H.C. McDowell, Engraved by T. Johnson.", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1006] browse
"The Clay Monument at Lexington, Kentucky. Photogravure after a Recent Photograph.", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1007] browse
"The Birth Place of Henry Clay. Hanover Co., VA", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1008] browse
Engraving of monument to Henry Clay. "'Upon the Cumberland Road stands a large and beautiful monument of stone, surrounded by the Genius of Liberty, and inscribed with the name of Henry Clay.' Prentice's Life of Clay. W. Thomas. dd.", [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1009] browse
"Flower garden at Ashland" , [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1010] browse
View of rear of Ashland, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1011] browse
View of "H. Clay's favorite walk, Ashland" ; Another view of the walk at Ashland, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1012] browse
Oversize
River with Mill in background; King's Mill on the Dix River. Photo by Dr. Louis Mulligan, 1913, 1913
[box: 9, item: 1013] browse
King's Mill on Dix River; this mill was left standing when Herrington Lake was formed and now is at the bottom of that body of water, [n.d.]
[box: 9, item: 1014] browse