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Linda Neville papers, 1783-1974

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Title

Linda Neville papers

Date

1783-1974

Repository

University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections

Arrangement

Organized into the following series: Biographical Materials (1783-1961, undated), Correspondence and Papers (1879-1959, undated), Financial Materials (1909-1958, undated), Mountain Fund (1904-1958), Publications (1812-1974, undated), and Subject Files (1816-1959).

Conditions Governing Access note

Some materials in this collection have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information.

Records in Boxes 103-105 and 117-160 are restricted through the year 2038 as follows:

Preferred Citation Note

[Identification of item], Linda Neville papers, 1783-1974, 61M158, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington

Extent

circa 93 cubic feet (204 boxes)

Abstract

These papers represent the life and work of Linda Neville, whose vocation was the welfare of children and the prevention of blindness in Kentucky. Papers include such materials as financial and business records, patient case records, correspondence, publications, news clippings, personal memorabilia, and photographs.

Biography/History

Born on April 23, 1873 in Lexington, Kentucky, Linda Neville devoted much of her life to the welfare of children and the prevention of blindness in Kentucky.

Her father, John Henry Neville, was a professor of Greek and Latin at Kentucky University (now Transylvania University) and later at the University of Kentucky. Her mother, Mary Payne, was from a prominent Lexington family. She had one sister, Mary.

Neville received a bachelor's degree in Greek and Latin from Bryn Mawr College in 1895, then returned to Lexington where she taught children out of her home and devoted much of her time to charity and juvenile court boards. This time marked the beginning of Neville's civic work, with her joining such organizations as the Gleaners of Christ Church Episcopal, the Lexington Civic League, the Associated Charities, and the Women's Christian Temperence Union. Neville also actively participated in the Fayette County women's suffrage movement.

In the summer of 1908, Neville accepted an invitation from her friend and fellow Lexington native Katherine Pettit to visit the Hindman Settlement School, located in the eastern Kentucky mountains of Knott County. While there, she witnessed many people with sight-related problems and learned of the prevalence of trachoma, a highly contagious form of conjunctivitis and a major cause of blindness in eastern Kentucky. Neville made it her priority to help these people, bringing back with her on that first trip the first of many patients to come to Lexington for medical treatment.

Neville often personally subsidized these patients and even opened her home to them while they received treatment in Lexington. In 1908, Neville established the Mountain Fund which enabled her to accept donations from family and friends to support the cause. The Fund enabled certain pupils of the Hindman Settlement School, as well as other eastern Kentuckians, to travel to Lexington and Louisville in order to receive care for their various ailments. Although the fund never exceeded more than $1000 in a year, donations in the form of clothing, transportation, and other gifts were also received. Moreover, Neville convinced several hospitals and physicians in Lexington and Louisville to provide free or discounted treatment for the Mountain Fund patients.

In cooperation with private practice oculists, Neville also helped set up trachoma clinics around the Kentucky mountains. Many of the people who visited these clinics, in need of long-term hospital care and too impoverished to pay for it themselves, eventually became Mountain Fund patients. The addition of financial support from the United States Public Health Service in 1915, along with administrative support from the American Red Cross, enabled the Mountain Fund to extend its coverage to patients outside of the mountains, as well as expand its work to include needy crippled children. This work continued until the formation of the Kentucky Crippled Children's Commission in 1924. The last trachoma clinic was held in 1924 when it was replaced by the establishment of county health services.

In addition to her work with trachoma, Neville helped to maintain several venereal clinics throughout Kentucky with the hope of reducing the number of newborns with eye problems caused by gonorrhea and syphilis. The number of babies born with these ailments significantly decreased as a result.

In 1910, Neville founded the Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness and became Executive Secretary. In conjunction with her work, she helped draft laws and lobbied successfully for legislation which struck at the causes of blindness. The first such law was the Opthalmia-Trachoma Reporting Law which required that all newborn babies with diseased eyes be reported to local boards of health. It also carried a provision for the instruction of midwives on the prevention of eye diseases.

Among her other activities, Neville was a Field Representative for the American Red Cross from 1919 to 1924, was a member of the Kentucky Child Welfare Commission, served on the State Board of Charities and Corrections from 1924-1928 (which later became the Department of Welfare), and served for many years as a consultant to the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness. She also organized a nationwide network of health reformers with whom she consulted over the years.

Linda Neville received much recognition for her work towards the prevention of blindness. Most notably, the St. Louis Society for the Blind awarded her with the Leslie Dana Gold Medal in 1944.

Neville adopted two children whom she met as a result of her work, David Neville Devary and Joanna Pennington.

Linda Neville died on June 2, 1961 and is buried in the Lexington Cemetery.

Scope and Content

Biographical materials in this collection, ranging from 1783-1961, include sketches of Neville's life, her daily activity logs, news clippings, and personal keepsakes. Also present are the papers of several of Neville's relatives, including correspondence, business records, financial materials, and personal effects. Linda Neville's correspondence ranges from 1879 to 1959 and documents her relationship with such organizations as the Red Cross, the Kentucky State Board of Health, the Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness, and the Kentucky State Board of Charities and Corrections. There is also correspondence with other Lexington, Kentucky reformers, including Katherine Pettit of the Hindman Settlement School, Mary Breckinridge of the Frontier Nursing Service, and Mrs. Desha (Madge) Breckinridge, who was active in Lexington's women's suffrage movement. Financial materials include cancelled checks, bank statements, bills, deposit slips, and tax bills covering Neville's personal expenses during 1909-1958. Financial materials are also included for the Mountain Fund, the account Neville created in order to keep track of donations given to help needy eye patients, and contain bills received for services rendered to patients, as well as bills reflecting its daily operations. Patient files range from 1908-1958 and include the case records of individuals who applied to the Mountain Fund for medical assistance. Publications present within this collection include journals, newsletters, reviews, pamphlets, bulletins, reports, books, and legislation, mostly relating to blindness, trachoma, syphilis, prison reform, and social welfare reform. Subject files include materials representing Neville's various interests and reform efforts.

A collection of photographs (PA61M158) also exists for this collection, portraying people and events from Neville's personal and professional life.

Subjects

  • Neville, Linda, 1873-1961.
  • Neville, John Henry, 1827-1908.
  • Pearre, Caroline Neville, 1831-1910.
  • Kerr, Charles.
  • Neville family.
  • Payne family.
  • Breckinridge family.
  • Mountain Fund (Ky.)
  • Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness.
  • Medical care -- Kentucky -- History -- 20th century.
  • Blind -- Kentucky.
  • Blindness -- Prevention.
  • Eye -- Diseases.
  • Medical records -- Kentucky.
  • Trachoma.
  • Women in medicine.
  • Lawyers -- Correspondence.
  • Social workers -- Correspondence.
  • Kentucky -- Genealogy.
  • Legal files.
  • Briefs (legal documents).
  • Photographic prints.
  • Receipts (financial records).

Collection Inventory

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 1783-1961, undated
LINDA NEVILLE
Autobiographical Narratives
1917-1939
[Box: 1, Folder: 1]
1940-1958
[Box: 1, Folder: 2]
undated
[Box: 1, Folder: 3]
Biographical Sketches
1922-1954
[Box: 1, Folder: 4]
undated
[Box: 1, Folder: 5]
Biographical Materials
Clippings, 1905-1929
[Box: 1, Folder: 6]
Clippings, 1930-1939
[Box: 1, Folder: 7]
Clippings, 1940-1949
[Box: 1, Folder: 8]
Clippings, 1950-1961
[Box: 1, Folder: 9]
Clippings, undated
[Box: 1, Folder: 10]
Educational records
[Box: 1, Folder: 11]
Bibliography of works by or about Linda Neville
[Box: 1, Folder: 12]
1954 and 1957 drafts of will [hand written]
[Box: 1, Folder: 13]
Daily Activities Logs
1913
[Box: 2, Folder: 1]
1916-1919
[Box: 2, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes expenditures for daily activities.

1916
[Box: 2, Folder: 3]
1917
[Box: 2, Folder: 4]
1918
[Box: 2, Folder: 5]
1919
[Box: 2, Folder: 6]
1920
[Box: 2, Folder: 7]
1922
[Box: 2, Folder: 8]
January-June 1923
[Box: 2, Folder: 9]
July-December 1923
[Box: 2, Folder: 10]
1924
[Box: 2, Folder: 11]
1926
[Box: 2, Folder: 12]
1929
[Box: 2, Folder: 13]
1934
[Box: 2, Folder: 14]
1939, 1958
[Box: 2, Folder: 15]
Personal Effects
Address Book
[Box: 3, Folder: 1]
Keepsakes, 1894-1923
[Box: 3, Folder: 2]
Keepsakes, 1926-1950 and undated
[Box: 3, Folder: 3]
Neville Family Recipes
[Box: 3, Folder: 4]
Illustrations
[Box: 3, Folder: 5]
School notes
[Box: 3, Folder: 6]
School exercise books
[Box: 3, Item: 1]
School exercise books
[Box: 3, Item: 2]
School exercise books
[Box: 3, Item: 3]
School exercise books
[Box: 3, Item: 4]
School exercise books
[Box: 3, Item: 5]
School exercise books
[Box: 3, Item: 6]
Awards and honors
[Box: 4, Folder: 1]
Obituary notice for John H. Neville, 1908
[Box: 4, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes newspaper clippings and notes of sympathy to Linda Neville and her sister Mary

Neville family genealogy
[Box: 4, Folder: 3]
David Neville Devary
[Box: 4, Folder: 4]
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's adopted son. Includes correspondence from David to Linda Neville, legal documents, financial records, and mental health records.

Joanne Pennington
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's adopted daughter

Correspondence from Joanne to Linda Neville, 1940-1950
[Box: 4, Folder: 5 ]
Correspondence from Joanne to Linda Neville, 1951-1956
[Box: 4, Folder: 6 ]
Report cards, Kentucky School of the Blind, 1944-1950
[Box: 4, Folder: 7 ]
War savings bonds, 1944-1946
[Box: 4, Folder: 8 ]
NEVILLE FAMILY
John Henry Neville (1827-1908)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Father

Biographical materials
[Box: 5, Folder: 1]
Correspondence
1847-1858
[Box: 5, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes letters to and from his sisters, Caroline and Mary

1870-1884
[Box: 5, Folder: 3]
1890-1905
[Box: 5, Folder: 4]
1906-1908
[Box: 5, Folder: 5]
undated
[Box: 5, Folder: 6]
Neville genealogy correspondence, 1880-1954 and undated
[Box: 5, Folder: 7]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes correspondence to Linda Neville

Miscellaneous
Neville genealogy notes, 1904-1909 and undated
[Box: 5, Folder: 8]
Property tax bills, utility bills and building permits, 1902-1903
[Box: 5, Folder: 9]
Property deed transferring a lot on Lexington's Main Street to B. G. Thomas, April 1894
[Box: 5, Folder: 10]
Scholarly publications and writings
[Box: 5, Folder: 11]
Scholarly publications and writings
[Box: 5, Folder: 12]
Letters from Europe, 1868
[Box: 5, Folder: 13]
Scope and Content Note:

Letters published in newspapers.

Tributes
[Box: 5, Folder: 14]
Notes and miscellaneous materials, undated
[Box: 5, Folder: 15]
Personal Effects
Notebook [Greek]
[Box: 6, Item: 1]
Notebook [Greek]
[Box: 6, Item: 2]
Notebook [Roman Literature (?)]
[Box: 6, Item: 3]
Notebook [Latin]
[Box: 6, Item: 4]
Notebook [Roman]
[Box: 7, Item: 1]
Christian Hymn Book, A. Campbell, 1848
[Box: 7, Item: 2]
State University of Kentucky, Report of the Association of Alumni for the Year Ending June, 1908
[Box: 7, Item: 3]
Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce
[Box: 7, Item: 4]
Journal [Quotes]
[Box: 7, Item: 5]
Notebook
[Box: 7, Item: 6]
Mary Payne Neville (d. 1886)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Mother

Correspondence
1848-1870
[Box: 8, Folder: 1]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes correspondence and checks

1860-1869
[Box: 8, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes correspondence and 1869 deed

1870
[Box: 8, Folder: 3]
Scope and Content Note:

Correspondence during trip to Europe

1871-1885
[Box: 8, Folder: 4]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes surveys of land given to Mary Payne

undated
[Box: 8, Folder: 5]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes financial material and deed

undated
[Box: 8, Folder: 6]
1882 [Notebook]
[Box: 8, Item: 7]
Mary Neville (1871-1931)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Sister

Correspondence
1881-1919
[Box: 9, Folder: 1]
1923
[Box: 9, Folder: 2]
1924
[Box: 9, Folder: 3]
1925
[Box: 9, Folder: 4]
1926
[Box: 9, Folder: 5]
1927
[Box: 9, Folder: 6]
1928-1931
[Box: 9, Folder: 7]
undated
[Box: 9, Folder: 8]
Personal Effects
Notebook [French]
[Box: 9, Item: 9]
Notebook [Latin]
[Box: 9, Item: 10]
Notebook [Greek]
[Box: 9, Item: 11]
Affidavit of inheritance from Mary Neville to Linda Neville, 1933
[Box: 9, Folder: 12]
Bank Deposits, 1912-1915 and 1919-1921
[Box: 9, Folder: 13]
Bank Deposits, 1922-1925
[Box: 9, Folder: 14]
Bills, 1923-1924
[Box: 9, Folder: 15]
Stocks and Bonds purchased, 1924-1929
[Box: 9, Folder: 16]
Miscellaneous financial materials, 1919-1923
[Box: 9, Folder: 17]
Cancelled Checks
1909-1914
[Box: 10, Folder: 1]
1915-1917
[Box: 10, Folder: 2]
1919-1921
[Box: 10, Folder: 3]
1922
[Box: 10, Folder: 4]
1923
[Box: 10, Folder: 5]
1924
[Box: 10, Folder: 6]
1927
[Box: 10, Folder: 7]
1928
[Box: 10, Folder: 8]
1929-1930
[Box: 10, Folder: 9]
Miscellaneous checks
[Box: 10, Folder: 10]
Bank Statements
1921
[Box: 11, Folder: 1]
1922
[Box: 11, Folder: 2]
1923
[Box: 11, Folder: 3]
1924
[Box: 11, Folder: 4]
1925
[Box: 11, Folder: 5]
1926
[Box: 11, Folder: 6]
1927
[Box: 11, Folder: 7]
1928
[Box: 11, Folder: 8]
1929
[Box: 11, Folder: 9]
1930
[Box: 11, Folder: 10]
1931
[Box: 11, Folder: 11]
Carolyn Neville Pearre (1831-1910)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Aunt (paternal)

Biographical materials
[Box: 12, Folder: 1]
Clippings and the Ann Arbor Bible Chairs: Twelve Studies in the Life of Christ
[Box: 12, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Studies 1-6, 8-10, 12, and undated

Correspondence 1873-1906, undated
[Box: 12, Folder: 3]
Writings, 1893-1898
[Box: 12, Folder: 4]
Land deeds, 1783-1785
[Box: 12, Folder: 5]
Financial Records, 1908-1911
[Box: 12, Folder: 6]
"Christian Woman's Board of Missions" Membership Certificates [3]
[Box: 12, Item: 7]
Virginia A. Neville (d. 1926)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Aunt (paternal)

Correspondence
1874-1907
[Box: 13, Folder: 1]
1908
[Box: 13, Folder: 2]
1909
[Box: 13, Folder: 3]
1910
[Box: 13, Folder: 4]
1911
[Box: 13, Folder: 5]
1912
[Box: 13, Folder: 6]
1913
[Box: 13, Folder: 7]
1914-1916
[Box: 13, Folder: 8]
1919-1921
[Box: 13, Folder: 9]
1922
[Box: 13, Folder: 10]
1923-1925
[Box: 13, Folder: 11]
undated
[Box: 13, Folder: 12]
Notes
[Box: 13, Folder: 13]
Correspondence and Will, 1924-1926
[Box: 14, Folder: 1]
Correspondence Concerning the Virginia Neville Estate
1927-1928
[Box: 14, Folder: 2]
1929-1931
[Box: 14, Folder: 3]
1932-1933
[Box: 14, Folder: 4]
Narrative Accounting of Estate, 1923-1924
[Box: 14, Folder: 5]
Narrative Accounting of Estate, 1926-1932
[Box: 14, Folder: 6]
Report of Estate, October 31, 1931
[Box: 14, Folder: 7]
Checks, 1917-1933
[Box: 14, Folder: 8]
Deposits, 1931-1933
[Box: 14, Folder: 9]
Disbursement of Estate [ledger], 1928-1931
[Box: 14, Folder: 10]
Bank statements, 1928-1933
[Box: 14, Folder: 11]
The Paynes
Payne Genealogy
[Box: 15, Folder: 1]
John Breckinridge Payne (1830-1891)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Uncle (maternal)

Journal, 1844-1853
[Box: 15, Folder: 2]
Ellen Wooley Payne
Scope and Content Note:

Wife of John Breckinridge Payne, Aunt to Linda Neville

Correspondence, 1889-1904, undated
[Box: 15, Folder: 3]
Post Card Scrapbook, circa early 1900s
[Box: 15, Folder: 4]
John Breckinridge Payne, Jr. (1866-1892)
Scope and Content Note:

Son of J.B Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda Neville

Correspondence
[Box: 15, Folder: 5]
Diary, 1884
[Box: 15, Folder: 6]
Financial Ledgers
[Box: 15, Folder: 7]
Financial Records, 1870-1911
[Box: 15, Folder: 8]
Linda Payne Kerr (1867-1896)
Scope and Content Note:

Daughter of J.B. Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda Neville

Correspondence, 1884-1904 and undated
[Box: 15, Folder: 9]
Financial materials, 1922-1923
[Box: 15, Folder: 10]
Margaret Payne (1870-1935)
Scope and Content Note:

Daughter of John Breckinridge Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda Neville

Correspondence
[Box: 15, Folder: 11]
Financial materials, 1923
[Box: 15, Folder: 12]
Mary T. Payne (1872-1915)
Scope and Content Note:

Daughter of J.B. Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda Neville

Financial materials, 1895
[Box: 15, Folder: 13]
Sallie Wickliffe Payne (1864-1865)
Scope and Content Note:

Daughter of J.B. Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda Neville

Correspondence, undated
[Box: 15, Folder: 14]
Daniel McCarty Payne (1794-1865)
Scope and Content Note:

Grandfather to Linda Neville (maternal)

Financial Materials
Account ledger, 1850-1851
[Box: 16, Folder: 1]
Correspondence
1805-1816
[Box: 16, Folder: 2]
1818-1819
[Box: 16, Folder: 3]
1820-1827
[Box: 16, Folder: 4]
1828-1836
[Box: 16, Folder: 5]
1839-1846
[Box: 16, Folder: 6]
1847-1850
[Box: 16, Folder: 7]
1851-1854
[Box: 16, Folder: 8]
1856-1873
[Box: 16, Folder: 9]
undated
[Box: 16, Folder: 10]
Zelinda Ann Smith Payne (1809-1883)
Scope and Content Note:

Wife of Daniel McCarty Payne, Grandmother to Linda Neville

Correspondence
[Box: 16, Folder: 11]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes a hand-written will dated November 28, 1879 and financial records

Edward Conyers Payne (1841-1871)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Uncle (maternal)

Notebook [moral philosophy]
[Box: 16, Folder: 12]
Wellington Payne (1835-1899)
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville's Uncle (maternal)

Correspondence
[Box: 17, Folder: 1]
Copies of business letters sent, 1872-1873
[Box: 17, Folder: 2]
Emma Williams Payne
Scope and Content Note:

Unsure of lineage, but was married to a Justice of the Peace in Lexington, KY, J.B. Payne (who is not the above-mentioned John Breckinridge Payne). J.B. Payne died in 1909 and is buried in the Lexington cemetery.

Taxes, 1909-1912
[Box: 17, Folder: 3]
Charles Kerr (1863-1950)
Scope and Content Note:

Husband to Zelinda Ann Payne, cousin of Linda Neville

Biographical Materials
Personal documents, 1892-1910
[Box: 18, Folder: 1]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes awards, stocks, and policies

Charles Kerr Sr.: Judge Courageous, Robert Wickliffe Wooley, July 20, 1950
[Box: 18, Folder: 2]
Genealogy, 1897-1906
[Box: 18, Folder: 3]
Diaries, 1901-1905
[Box: 18, Folder: 4]
Writings, Speeches, and Notes
Writings, undated
[Box: 18, Folder: 5]
Writings, undated
[Box: 18, Folder: 6]
Speeches [copies], 1908, 1918, and undated
[Box: 18, Folder: 7]
Class notes and field notes, 1905 and undated
[Box: 18, Folder: 8]
Correspondence
Miscellaneous
1839-1842
[Box: 19, Folder: 1]
1883
[Box: 19, Folder: 2]
1884
[Box: 19, Folder: 3]
1885
[Box: 19, Folder: 4]
1886
[Box: 19, Folder: 5]
1887
[Box: 19, Folder: 6]
January-August 1888
[Box: 19, Folder: 7]
September-October 1888
[Box: 19, Folder: 8]
November-December 1888
[Box: 19, Folder: 9]
1889
[Box: 19, Folder: 10]
1890
[Box: 19, Folder: 11]
January-July 1891
[Box: 19, Folder: 12]
August-December 1891
[Box: 19, Folder: 13]
January-March 1892
[Box: 19, Folder: 14]
April-August 1892
[Box: 19, Folder: 15]
September-December 1892
[Box: 19, Folder: 16]
January-May 1893
[Box: 20, Folder: 1]
June-August 1893
[Box: 20, Folder: 2]
September-December 1893
[Box: 20, Folder: 3]
January-March 1894
[Box: 20, Folder: 4]
April-August 1894
[Box: 20, Folder: 5]
September-December 1894
[Box: 20, Folder: 6]
January-June 1895
[Box: 20, Folder: 7]
July-December 1895
[Box: 20, Folder: 8]
January-March 1896
[Box: 21, Folder: 1]
April-July 1896
[Box: 21, Folder: 2]
August-December 1896
[Box: 21, Folder: 3]
January-February 1897
[Box: 21, Folder: 4]
March-April 1897
[Box: 21, Folder: 5]
May-June 1897
[Box: 21, Folder: 6]
July-August 1897
[Box: 21, Folder: 7]
September-October 1897
[Box: 22, Folder: 1]
October 1897
[Box: 22, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

[Pennock Estate: letter with enclosures]

November-December 1897
[Box: 22, Folder: 3]
January-February 1898
[Box: 22, Folder: 4]
March-April 1898
[Box: 22, Folder: 5]
May-June 1898
[Box: 22, Folder: 6]
July-August 1898
[Box: 22, Folder: 7]
September-October 1898
[Box: 22, Folder: 8]
November-December 1898
[Box: 22, Folder: 9]
January-March 1899
[Box: 22, Folder: 10]
April-May 1899
[Box: 23, Folder: 1]
June-July 1899
[Box: 23, Folder: 2]
August-October 1899
[Box: 23, Folder: 3]
November-December 1899
[Box: 23, Folder: 4]
undated [circa 1899]
[Box: 23, Folder: 5]
January-February 1900
[Box: 23, Folder: 6]
March-April 1900
[Box: 23, Folder: 7]
May-June 1900
[Box: 23, Folder: 8]
July-September 1900
[Box: 23, Folder: 9]
November-December 1900
[Box: 24, Folder: 1]
circa 1900
[Box: 24, Folder: 2]
January-February 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 3]
March-April 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 4]
May 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 5]
June-July 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 6]
August-September 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 7]
October 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 8]
November-December 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 9]
circa 1901
[Box: 24, Folder: 10]
January-February 1902
[Box: 24, Folder: 11]
March-April 1902
[Box: 24, Folder: 12]
May-June 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 1]
July-August 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 2]
September 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 3]
October 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 4]
November-December 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 5]
circa 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 6]
undated circa 1902
[Box: 25, Folder: 7]
January 1903
[Box: 25, Folder: 8]
February-March 1903
[Box: 25, Folder: 9]
April-June 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 1]
July 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 2]
August 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 3]
September 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 4]
October-November 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 5]
December 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 6]
circa 1903
[Box: 26, Folder: 7]
January-February 1904
[Box: 26, Folder: 8]
March-April 1904
[Box: 26, Folder: 9]
May-June 1904
[Box: 26, Folder: 10]
July 1904
[Box: 26, Folder: 11]
September 1904
[Box: 27, Folder: 1]
August 1904
[Box: 27, Folder: 2]
October 1904
[Box: 27, Folder: 3]
November-December 1904
[Box: 27, Folder: 4]
circa 1904
[Box: 27, Folder: 5]
Women's Suffrage 1904
[Box: 27, Folder: 6]
Scope and Content Note:

Laura Clay

January-March 1905
[Box: 27, Folder: 7]
April-May 1905
[Box: 27, Folder: 8]
June-July 1905
[Box: 27, Folder: 9]
August-October 1905
[Box: 27, Folder: 10]
November-December 1905
[Box: 27, Folder: 11]
January-February 1906
[Box: 28, Folder: 1]
March-April 1906
[Box: 28, Folder: 2]
May-June 1906
[Box: 28, Folder: 3]
July-August 1906
[Box: 28, Folder: 4]
September-October 1906
[Box: 28, Folder: 5]
November-December 1906
[Box: 28, Folder: 6]
January 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 7]
February 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 8]
March 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 9]
April 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 10]
May 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 11]
June 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 12]
July 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 13]
August 1907
[Box: 28, Folder: 14]
September 1907
[Box: 29, Folder: 1]
October-December 1907
[Box: 29, Folder: 2]
January-March 1908
[Box: 29, Folder: 3]
April-December 1908
[Box: 29, Folder: 4]
1910
[Box: 29, Folder: 5]
1911 [to Charles Kerr]
[Box: 29, Folder: 6]
1911 [from Charles Kerr]
[Box: 29, Folder: 7]
1913
[Box: 29, Folder: 8]
undated
[Box: 29, Folder: 9]
undated
[Box: 29, Folder: 10]
undated
[Box: 29, Folder: 11]
Clippings, circa 1898-1905
[Box: 29, Folder: 12]
Correspondence Ledgers
1891-1893
[Box: 30, Item: 1]
1894-1896
[Box: 30, Item: 2]
1896-1900
[Box: 31, Item: 1]
1898-1901
[Box: 32, Item: 1]
1898-1904
[Box: 32, Item: 2]
Financial Papers
Bills
1886
[Box: 33, Folder: 1]
1887
[Box: 33, Folder: 2]
1888
[Box: 33, Folder: 3]
1889
[Box: 33, Folder: 4]
1890
[Box: 33, Folder: 5]
1891
[Box: 33, Folder: 6]
1892
[Box: 33, Folder: 7]
1893
[Box: 33, Folder: 8]
1894
[Box: 33, Folder: 9]
1895
[Box: 33, Folder: 10]
1896
[Box: 33, Folder: 11]
1897
[Box: 33, Folder: 12]
1898
[Box: 33, Folder: 13]
1899
[Box: 33, Folder: 14]
January-May 1900
[Box: 33, Folder: 15]
June-December 1900
[Box: 33, Folder: 16]
January-May 1901
[Box: 34, Folder: 1]
June-December 1901
[Box: 34, Folder: 2]
January-June 1902
[Box: 34, Folder: 3]
July-December 1902
[Box: 34, Folder: 4]
January-May 1903
[Box: 34, Folder: 5]
June-December 1903
[Box: 34, Folder: 6]
1904
[Box: 34, Folder: 7]
1906-1920
[Box: 34, Folder: 8]
undated
[Box: 34, Folder: 9]
Checks
1892-1901
[Box: 35, Folder: 1]
1902
[Box: 35, Folder: 2]
1903
[Box: 35, Folder: 3]
1904
[Box: 35, Folder: 4]
1905
[Box: 35, Folder: 5]
1906
[Box: 35, Folder: 6]
1907
[Box: 35, Folder: 7]
1908
[Box: 35, Folder: 8]
1909
[Box: 35, Folder: 9]
Miscellaneous
Receipts and Taxes
[Box: 35, Folder: 10]
Mortgage contract and slips for agreement to pay
[Box: 35, Folder: 11]
Scope and Content Note:

From C.E. Talbert to Samual A. Crocker and Co.; in envelope addressed to Thornton and Kerr Law Firm

Account expense books, 1845-1890
[Box: 36, Folder: 1]
Account expense books, 1891-1902
[Box: 36, Folder: 2]
Bank ledgers, 1889-1908
[Box: 36, Folder: 3]
Financial bank ledger, 1909-1913
[Item: 37]
Financial bank ledger, Bank of Kentucky, 1909-1911
[Item: 38]
Legal Papers
Alford - Blue Grass Building and Loan Association
Alford, O.P. and Fitzgerald, J.W
[Box: 39, Folder: 1]
Allen, B.R. vs. Thompson, W.Z
[Box: 39, Folder: 2]
Anderson, Dovey B., 1901
[Box: 39, Folder: 3]
Anderson, James Blythe, 1914-1915
[Box: 39, Folder: 4]
Anderson, R.H., 1911
[Box: 39, Folder: 5]
Ashley, M.A
[Box: 39, Folder: 6]
Bailey, Ann M., 1898
[Box: 39, Folder: 7]
Bain, H.W., Maggie A. Hottes and John Banks
[Box: 39, Folder: 8]
Ball, T.W. and Leslie, R., 1894
[Box: 39, Folder: 9]
Bank of Kentucky, 1875
[Box: 39, Folder: 10]
Bankers, 1873-1879
[Box: 39, Folder: 11]
Banks, Katherine Bowman, 1912
[Box: 39, Folder: 12]
Barbe, Mrs. Eleanor
[Box: 39, Folder: 13]
Barnes, William S., 1891, 1908
[Box: 39, Folder: 14]
Barr, Robert M
[Box: 39, Folder: 15]
Barren Fork Mining Company, 1883
[Box: 39, Folder: 16]
Batchelor, David C., 1894-1895
[Box: 39, Folder: 17]
Beall vs. Beall, 1896-1903
[Box: 39, Folder: 18]
Beck, James B., 1863
[Box: 39, Folder: 19]
Belt Improvement Company
[Box: 39, Folder: 20]
Bennett, Phillip vs. Clay, H.B
[Box: 39, Folder: 21]
Beall's heirs
[Box: 39, Folder: 22]
Blackford, Ellen T. vs. S.M. Felton
[Box: 39, Folder: 23]
Blue Grass Building and Loan Association, 1898
[Box: 39, Folder: 24]
Blue Grass Building and Loan Association, 1897-1905
[Box: 39, Folder: 25]
Blue Grass Building and Loan Association, 1897
[Box: 39, Folder: 26]
Blue Grass Building and Loan Association, 1893-1901
[Box: 39, Folder: 27]
Blue Grass Building and Loan Association, 1893
[Box: 39, Folder: 28]
Blythe - Chipley
Blythe, James, 1882
[Box: 40, Folder: 1]
Botts, J.S., American Investment Company, 1903
[Box: 40, Folder: 2]
Bowman, J.B., 1883
[Box: 40, Folder: 3]
Bradley Real Estate Company, 1902
[Box: 40, Folder: 4]
Bradley, O.L., 1987
[Box: 40, Folder: 5]
Braxton, Chase, 1889
[Box: 40, Folder: 6]
Breckinridge Property Abstract
[Box: 40, Folder: 7]
Broadway Real Estate Abstract, 1886
[Box: 40, Folder: 8]
Brown and Welsh Bankruptcy
[Box: 40, Folder: 9]
Brown, W.C. vs. Darnell, W.A
[Box: 40, Folder: 10]
Bryant Abstract
[Box: 40, Folder: 11]
Buckner and Allen
[Box: 40, Folder: 12]
Buford, George, 1876-1883
[Box: 40, Folder: 13]
Burrier, Maggie, 1891-1902
[Box: 40, Folder: 14]
Byrne, M., 1883
[Box: 40, Folder: 15]
Byrnes, Collie, 1902
[Box: 40, Folder: 16]
Caldwell, James Madison, 1888
[Box: 40, Folder: 17]
Carr, Patrick, 1812
[Box: 40, Folder: 18]
Carrigan, Philip, 1874
[Box: 40, Folder: 19]
Carson, Estelle S., 1908
[Box: 40, Folder: 20]
Carter, A.G., 1882
[Box: 40, Folder: 21]
Cason, Williams, 1891
[Box: 40, Folder: 22]
Castleton Abstract, 1885
[Box: 40, Folder: 23]
Casto vs. Phister, 1862-1891
[Box: 40, Folder: 24]
Casto vs. Phister, 1862-1891 [correspondence]
[Box: 40, Folder: 25]
Central Kentucky Traction Company, 1906
[Box: 40, Folder: 26]
Chenault, Ted, 1884
[Box: 40, Folder: 27]
Chesapeake Ohio Southwestern Railroad, 1893
[Box: 40, Folder: 28]
Chinn, A.B. and Fannie, 1892
[Box: 40, Folder: 29]
Chipper, William F., 1892
[Box: 40, Folder: 30]
Chipley, Stephen, 1894
[Box: 40, Folder: 31]
Church - Deanes
Church, Eliza H., 1895
[Box: 41, Folder: 1]
Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railroad, 1881
[Box: 41, Folder: 2]
Clairborne, Henry, 1865
[Box: 41, Folder: 3]
Clark, William, 1860-1866
[Box: 41, Folder: 4]
Clark, Allen vs. Lon Railway, 1898
[Box: 41, Folder: 5]
Clark, Joseph, 1901
[Box: 41, Folder: 6]
Clark and Scott attorneys, J.F. Lowry, 1850-1865
[Box: 41, Folder: 7]
Clay, H.B., 1902-1905
[Box: 41, Folder: 8]
Cleaneay, Louise D. and H.Q. and A.J. Cole, 1892-1896
[Box: 41, Folder: 9]
Clifton Heights Land Company, 1902
[Box: 41, Folder: 10]
Coleman, J.W., 1892
[Box: 41, Folder: 11]
Colored Orphan Industrial Home, 1906
[Box: 41, Folder: 12]
Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Cumberland Telephone
[Box: 41, Folder: 13]
Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Lon Railroad, 1897
[Box: 41, Folder: 14]
Cox, Edith and E.L. Johnson to L.G. Cox, 1893
[Box: 41, Folder: 15]
Croswaith, Perry, 1887
[Box: 41, Folder: 16]
Cumberland Pipe Line Co., 1902-1905
[Box: 41, Folder: 17]
Cunningham, C.D., 1894-1896
[Box: 41, Folder: 18]
Curtis, J., 1880-1882
[Box: 41, Folder: 19]
Daily Investment Company, 1900
[Box: 41, Folder: 20]
Daley, Timothy, 1880
[Box: 41, Folder: 21]
Daley, Timothy, 1881-1884
[Box: 41, Folder: 22]
Daley, Timothy, 1885-1887
[Box: 41, Folder: 23]
Davis, Dickenson vs. David S. Goodloe, 1905
[Box: 41, Folder: 24]
Deanes, Emiline, 1891
[Box: 41, Folder: 25]
Demis - French
Demis, Fisher, 1865
[Box: 42, Folder: 1]
Deposit Building and Loan Association, 1897-1903
[Box: 42, Folder: 2]
Deposit Building and Loan Association, 1880-1899
[Box: 42, Folder: 3]
Dickerson, William and Martha, 1873
[Box: 42, Folder: 4]
Donalthon House, survey of, 1882
[Box: 42, Folder: 5]
Dodge, Asa, 1880-1886
[Box: 42, Folder: 6]
Donovan, Charles, 1897
[Box: 42, Folder: 7]
Early, R.R. and Ellen F., 1888
[Box: 42, Folder: 8]
Eagle, E.E., 1882
[Box: 42, Folder: 9]
Edmonson, R.E., 1863
[Box: 42, Folder: 10]
Election, Registration [Lexington], 1910
[Box: 42, Folder: 11]
Faris, Mrs., 1888
[Box: 42, Folder: 12]
Farrel, James A., 1872
[Box: 42, Folder: 13]
Fayette Home Telephone Company, 1901-1904
[Box: 42, Folder: 14]
Fayette Investment Company, 1906
[Box: 42, Folder: 15]
Fell, W.J., 1899
[Box: 42, Folder: 16]
Fell, W.J., 1900-1906
[Box: 42, Folder: 17]
Field, Samuel and Scott, 1877-1883
[Box: 42, Folder: 18]
Flanery, C.F. vs. Elizabeth Mills, 1881
[Box: 42, Folder: 19]
Flannery, Thompson B., 1860-1866
[Box: 42, Folder: 20]
Frienee, W.C., 1892
[Box: 42, Folder: 21]
Forbing, Jacob, 1892-1896
[Box: 42, Folder: 22]
Forman, Thomas, 1905
[Box: 42, Folder: 23]
Foreshee, Anna Bell and Charles, 1887
[Box: 42, Folder: 24]
French, B.F., 1887-1893
[Box: 42, Folder: 25]
French, B.F., 1890-1893
[Box: 42, Folder: 26]
Fulk - Home Construction Company
Fulk, Newton, 1886
[Box: 43, Folder: 1]
Gay, Elizabeth, 1895
[Box: 43, Folder: 2]
Goodlow, P.J., 1852
[Box: 43, Folder: 3]
Gough, R.J., 1880-1898
[Box: 43, Folder: 4]
Graham, G.H., 1880
[Box: 43, Folder: 5]
Graham, Grolton H., 1869
[Box: 43, Folder: 6]
Graham, John R. and Mary E.B., 1877-1900
[Box: 43, Folder: 7]
Groves, Belle, 1880-1903
[Box: 43, Folder: 8]
Hageman, B.C., 1900
[Box: 43, Folder: 9]
Hamelton, James J., 1883
[Box: 43, Folder: 10]
Hanna, J.E. vs. J.W. Smith
[Box: 43, Folder: 11]
Hardesty, Mary J., 1904
[Box: 43, Folder: 12]
Hardon, L.L., 1887
[Box: 43, Folder: 13]
Harp, Henry and Elizabeth, 1884-1893
[Box: 43, Folder: 14]
Hawkins, W.V., 1895-1898
[Box: 43, Folder: 15]
Headly, James A., 1876-1895
[Box: 43, Folder: 16]
Heidtman, Winnie and Henry F.C., 1906
[Box: 43, Folder: 17]
Higgins, Bellie A., 1885-1887
[Box: 43, Folder: 18]
Higgins, Laurie
[Box: 43, Folder: 19]
Hinton, J.B., 1905
[Box: 43, Folder: 20]
Hodgen, Marion, 1896-1906
[Box: 43, Folder: 21]
Holderby, E.S., 1890-1901
[Box: 43, Folder: 22]
Hollen, D., 1832-1839
[Box: 43, Folder: 23]
Holmes, John, 1867
[Box: 43, Folder: 24]
Huggin, Samuel, 1896-1905
[Box: 43, Folder: 25]
Home Construction Company, 1899
[Box: 43, Folder: 26]
Home Investment Company
January 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 1]
May 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 2]
June 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 3]
July 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 4]
August 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 5]
September 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 6]
October 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 7]
November 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 8]
December 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 9]
January 1902
[Box: 44, Folder: 10]
October-December 1902
[Box: 44, Folder: 11]
Accounts of Saunders and Coleman, 1901
[Box: 44, Folder: 12]
Disbursements, 1902
[Box: 44, Folder: 13]
Redemptions, 1901
[Box: 45, Folder: 1]
Deeds, Indentures, and Materials, 1901-1903
[Box: 45, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

All pertain to Charles Kerr being assignee of the Home Investment Company

Cases and insurance, 1901-1903
[Box: 45, Folder: 3]
Stock certificates, 1901
[Box: 45, Folder: 4]
Stock certificates, 1901-1903
[Box: 45, Folder: 5]
Pass books, 1901-1904
[Box: 45, Folder: 6]
Telegrams
[Box: 45, Folder: 7]
undated
[Box: 45, Folder: 8]
Hopkins - McAdams
Hopkins, H.T. vs. Mary Marvin Moore, 1904
[Box: 45, Folder: 9]
Hopple, Richard B., 1893-1894
[Box: 45, Folder: 10]
The Horseman, 1895
[Box: 45, Folder: 11]
Scope and Content Note:

Chicago Newspaper Company

Horton property
[Box: 45, Folder: 12]
Houghton, Mary E., 1907-1908
[Box: 45, Folder: 13]
Hovermule, L.T. vs. New Domain Oil and Gas Company
[Box: 45, Folder: 14]
Howard, Benjamin, 1815
[Box: 45, Folder: 15]
Howard Jr. vs James McManes, 1906
[Box: 45, Folder: 16]
Huffman, J.H
[Box: 45, Folder: 17]
Hughes, W.I
[Box: 45, Folder: 18]
Hunters and Berre, 1860
[Box: 45, Folder: 19]
Harlan, H.L. vs Boon Ingles, 1902
[Box: 45, Folder: 20]
Jackson, Franklin, 1894
[Box: 45, Folder: 21]
Jacob, Mrs
[Box: 45, Folder: 22]
Jeffrey, Alexander, 1898
[Box: 45, Folder: 23]
Johnson, B.H., 1902
[Box: 45, Folder: 24]
Johnson, Harvey, 1888
[Box: 45, Folder: 25]
Johnson, Jacob, 1836
[Box: 45, Folder: 26]
Johnson, M.A
[Box: 45, Folder: 27]
Johnson, Marie L., 1902
[Box: 45, Folder: 28]
Jones, B.B
[Box: 46, Folder: 1]
Jones, Charles, 1899
[Box: 46, Folder: 2]
Jones, Janet S., 1832
[Box: 46, Folder: 3]
Jones, John, 1902
[Box: 46, Folder: 4]
Kellar, J.E., 1882
[Box: 46, Folder: 5]
Kendall, Hayden, 1903
[Box: 46, Folder: 6]
Kenney, M., 1896
[Box: 46, Folder: 7]
Kentucky vs. Kelly, 1896
[Box: 46, Folder: 8]
Kilair, W.F., 1907
[Box: 46, Folder: 9]
Kinnard, Wardy, 1899
[Box: 46, Folder: 10]
Laugh, C.W
[Box: 46, Folder: 11]
Letcher and Brasfield [abstract], 1892
[Box: 46, Folder: 12]
Lewis, Andrew, 1829
[Box: 46, Folder: 13]
Lewis, Selina
[Box: 46, Folder: 14]
Lexington Bankery and Trust Company
[Box: 46, Folder: 15]
Lexington Christian Missionary Society, 1908
[Box: 46, Folder: 16]
Lexington City National Bank
[Box: 46, Folder: 17]
Lexington Investment Company, 1898-1901
[Box: 46, Folder: 18]
Lexington Library
[Box: 46, Folder: 19]
Lexington Tobacco Company, 1893-1898
[Box: 46, Folder: 20]
Licking Valley Oil and Gas Company, 1900-1905
[Box: 46, Folder: 21]
Lipp, D.M., 1888-1889
[Box: 46, Folder: 22]
Long vs Brent
[Box: 46, Folder: 23]
Scope and Content Note:

Lynchburg Insurance Company

Lowry, J., 1860
[Box: 46, Folder: 24]
Marable, Mrs. G
[Box: 46, Folder: 25]
Marrs, J.F. vs Southern Railroad Company, 1899
[Box: 46, Folder: 26]
Marshall, William, 1819
[Box: 46, Folder: 27]
Marvin's Admir vs S. Francis Marvin, 1908
[Box: 46, Folder: 28]
Marvin, Charles, 1907
[Box: 46, Folder: 29]
Masterson, Richard, 1787
[Box: 46, Folder: 30]
McAdams-Morford Company, 1905
[Box: 46, Folder: 31]
McCann - Ogdeu
McCann, 1845
[Box: 47, Folder: 1]
McCoullough, 1880
[Box: 47, Folder: 2]
McCowan, 1900
[Box: 47, Folder: 3]
McKean, Samuel, 1789
[Box: 47, Folder: 4]
McKenna, Alexander and Mary, 1892
[Box: 47, Folder: 5]
Megowan, James E., 1881
[Box: 47, Folder: 6]
Michigan Kentucky Oil Company
[Box: 47, Folder: 7]
Minnie Harvesting Company, 1905
[Box: 47, Folder: 8]
Montague, Thomas J., 1882
[Box: 47, Folder: 9]
Morgan, John H. Company, 1906
[Box: 47, Folder: 10]
Morgan, John H. Company
[Box: 47, Folder: 11]
Scope and Content Note:

Financial papers given to Charles Kerr, 1904-1905

Morton, Levi and heirs, 1902
[Box: 47, Folder: 12]
Mount Sterling Oil and Gas Company
[Box: 47, Folder: 13]
Moxley vs Ragan
[Box: 47, Folder: 14]
Muir, W.L. and Eliza, 1906
[Box: 47, Folder: 15]
Scope and Content Note:

Deed to Thomas Smith

Murphey, Daniel, 1887
[Box: 47, Folder: 16]
New Domain Oil and Gas Company, 1901-1904
[Box: 47, Folder: 17]
New Domain Oil and Gas Company, 1905-1907
[Box: 47, Folder: 18]
Newby, Jesse, 1868
[Box: 47, Folder: 19]
Newton, G.B
[Box: 47, Folder: 20]
Nickau and Stone, 1895
[Box: 47, Folder: 21]
Nolin, Thomas, John and Jennie, 1899
[Box: 47, Folder: 22]
Noonan, Anna, 1891
[Box: 47, Folder: 23]
Northcutt, Dr. Elmer, 1900-1902
[Box: 47, Folder: 24]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes contracts with Mount Sterling Oil and Gas Company and The Consolidated Oil and Refining Company

Oaks, Alfred Fremont and Ollie May, 1904
[Box: 47, Folder: 25]
Ogdeu, L.D. and Sara, 1890
[Box: 47, Folder: 26]
O'Geary - Pennock
O'Geary, J.M. vs American Investment Company, 1903
[Box: 48, Folder: 1]
Oldham, Marion vs John McElroy, 1908
[Box: 48, Folder: 2]
Outteu, Thomas, 1820
[Box: 48, Folder: 3]
Owens, Susan A., 1888-1891
[Box: 48, Folder: 4]
Owing, H.D., 1895
[Box: 48, Folder: 5]
Parker, Patchel and Patterson, 1865-1898
[Box: 48, Folder: 6]
Patterson, Robert, 1799
[Box: 48, Folder: 7]
Payne, John B., 1845-1898
[Box: 48, Folder: 8]
Payne, John B., 1899-1912
[Box: 48, Folder: 9]
Pearce, L.E., 1891-1899
[Box: 48, Folder: 10]
Pearce, L.E., 1902-1903
[Box: 48, Folder: 11]
Peebles, Pepper, Parkins, Pierce and Piersall, 1891-1907
[Box: 48, Folder: 12]
Pennock, 1893-1897
[Box: 48, Folder: 13]
Pennock, Isaac W
Financial Materials
Accounts received, 1884-1889, undated
[Box: 49, Folder: 1]
Bills, 1888-1897
[Box: 49, Folder: 2]
Pre-written bills, 1893-1897
[Box: 49, Folder: 3]
Miscellaneous, 1886-1891
[Box: 49, Folder: 4]
Miscellaneous, 1892-1897
[Box: 49, Folder: 5]
Correspondence
Scope and Content Note:

Also includes some financial materials

1884
[Box: 49, Folder: 6]
January-June 1885
[Box: 49, Folder: 7]
July-December 1885
[Box: 49, Folder: 8]
January-June 1886
[Box: 49, Folder: 9]
July-December 1886
[Box: 49, Folder: 10]
1887
[Box: 49, Folder: 11]
1888
[Box: 49, Folder: 12]
1889-1890
[Box: 49, Folder: 13]
1891-1894
[Box: 49, Folder: 14]
1895
[Box: 49, Folder: 15]
1896-1897
[Box: 49, Folder: 16]
undated
[Box: 49, Folder: 17]
Phoenix - Price
Phoenix Investment Company, 1901
[Box: 50, Folder: 1]
Porter's Executer vs Porter, Mary J., 1891
[Box: 50, Folder: 2]
Power, J.A., 1895
[Box: 50, Folder: 3]
Powers, H.W., 1898
[Box: 50, Folder: 4]
Preston, John and Walter, 1850s-1860s
[Box: 50, Folder: 5]
Preston, John and Walter, 1870s
[Box: 50, Folder: 6]
Preston, John and Walter, 1880s (1 of 2)
[Box: 50, Folder: 7]
Preston, John and Walter, 1880s (2 of 2)
[Box: 50, Folder: 8]
Preston, John and Walter, 1890s, undated
[Box: 50, Folder: 9]
Preston-Ewing Sales Wire Company
[Box: 50, Folder: 10]
Scope and Content Note:

Concerns John and Walter Preston debts

Preston, Margaret, 1899
[Box: 50, Folder: 11]
Preston, Mary H., 1891
[Box: 50, Folder: 12]
Preston, R. Wickliffe, 1898
[Box: 50, Folder: 13]
Prewitt, S.J., 1899
[Box: 50, Folder: 14]
Price, Lida, 1912
[Box: 50, Folder: 15]
Ramsey - Steele
Ramsey, Alma
[Box: 51, Folder: 1]
Ranck, George and Helen, 1892
[Box: 51, Folder: 2]
Ratliff, H.B., 1875
[Box: 51, Folder: 3]
Reid, Martha, 1880
[Box: 51, Folder: 4]
Rice, Levi and May, 1889
[Box: 51, Folder: 5]
Richmond and Lexington Oil and Gas Company, 1900-1901
[Box: 51, Folder: 6]
Riley, J.J., 1912
[Box: 51, Folder: 7]
Robert, P.D., 1861
[Box: 51, Folder: 8]
Rofs, Clifton B., 1847
[Box: 51, Folder: 9]
Rogers, James C., 1906
[Box: 51, Folder: 10]
Rogers, Sidney, 1888
[Box: 51, Folder: 11]
Rogers, Tabitha, 1891
[Box: 51, Folder: 12]
Rose, M.T., 1890-1897
[Box: 51, Folder: 13]
Russel, L.S., 1890-1891
[Box: 51, Folder: 14]
St. Clair, 1889
[Box: 51, Folder: 15]
Sandusky, G.W., 1898
[Box: 51, Folder: 16]
Saturday Night Savings and Loan Association, 1890
[Box: 51, Folder: 17]
Seary, C.L., 1902
[Box: 51, Folder: 18]
Sayre, Nannie, 1902
[Box: 51, Folder: 19]
Security Trust and Safety Vault Company of Lexington, 1894-1903
[Box: 51, Folder: 20]
Shanklin, George
[Box: 51, Folder: 21]
Shelby, D.H., 1900
[Box: 51, Folder: 22]
Shelby, William, 1890
[Box: 51, Folder: 23]
Sherman-Kimball-Williams, 1888
[Box: 51, Folder: 24]
Shroyer vs Dolan
[Box: 51, Folder: 25]
Shipp, Amauthus, 1897
[Box: 51, Folder: 26]
Slade, J.T., 1882
[Box: 51, Folder: 27]
Smedley, George, 1886
[Box: 51, Folder: 28]
Smith, Lilly vs Smith, Louis, 1903
[Box: 51, Folder: 29]
Smither, Robert, 1797
[Box: 51, Folder: 30]
Somerset Water Company, 1891
[Box: 51, Folder: 31]
Sopher, Benjamin and Louisa, 1880
[Box: 51, Folder: 32]
Spain, John
[Box: 51, Folder: 33]
Spencer, Edmund and Richard, 1902
[Box: 51, Folder: 34]
Spurr, Jane L., 1893
[Box: 51, Folder: 35]
Stackhouse, C., 1887
[Box: 51, Folder: 36]
Standard Oil Company, 1905
[Box: 51, Folder: 37]
Steele, Andrew and Sallie, 1897
[Box: 51, Folder: 38]
Stephens - United States Mutual Investment Company
Stephens, Luther, 1831
[Box: 52, Folder: 1]
Sterling Oil Company, 1905
[Box: 52, Folder: 2]
Stevens' Receipts, 1902
[Box: 52, Folder: 3]
Stoll, J.S., 1906
[Box: 52, Folder: 4]
Stone, Elizabeth H., 1898
[Box: 52, Folder: 5]
Strader, Jacob, [1860]
[Box: 52, Folder: 6]
Strobel, Eliza, 1894
[Box: 52, Folder: 7]
Sullivan, Martin and Company, 1906
[Box: 52, Folder: 8]
Sullivan, William, 1901
[Box: 52, Folder: 9]
Sutton, George W., 1870
[Box: 52, Folder: 10]
Tabler, M.L., 1890
[Box: 52, Folder: 11]
Talbott, Mary vs John Ramey, 1898
[Box: 52, Folder: 12]
Taylor, Henry and Sallie, 1899
[Box: 52, Folder: 13]
Taylor, W.L., 1885
[Box: 52, Folder: 14]
Thompson, Austin and Samuel, 1891
[Box: 52, Folder: 15]
Thompson, S.S., 1891
[Box: 52, Folder: 16]
Thomson, W.Z., 1887
[Box: 52, Folder: 17]
Thurman, Margaret M. vs Maggie Jones, 1905
[Box: 52, Folder: 18]
Tice, F.G. vs Thompson, H.C., 1909
[Box: 52, Folder: 19]
Tisdale, William, 1890
[Box: 52, Folder: 20]
Todd, John B. vs Perkins, Will, 1902
[Box: 52, Folder: 21]
Travis, Jeremiah, 1845
[Box: 52, Folder: 22]
Trigg, T.P. and Bettie, 1892
[Box: 52, Folder: 23]
Twendie, Albert vs Mary O'Mara
[Box: 52, Folder: 24]
Upper Street Baptist Church, 1906
[Box: 52, Folder: 25]
United States Mutual Investment Company
[Box: 52, Folder: 26]
United States Mutual Investment Company - Wills
United States Mutual Investment Company, mortgage/policies
[Box: 53, Folder: 1]
United States Mutual Investment Company, land grants, 1812
[Box: 53, Folder: 2]
United States Mutual Investment Company, ledger, 1898-1902
[Box: 53, Folder: 3]
Vance, Harvey, 1886
[Box: 53, Folder: 4]
Vanme, S.L., 1909
[Box: 53, Folder: 5]
Van Orsdel, 1898
[Box: 53, Folder: 6]
Vaughan, Robert W., 1905
[Box: 53, Folder: 7]
Vaughn, George, 1913
[Box: 53, Folder: 8]
Vaughn, Stephen, 1845
[Box: 53, Folder: 9]
Viley [petition]
[Box: 53, Folder: 10]
Waco Brick and Manufacturing Company, 1902-1905
[Box: 53, Folder: 11]
Ware, Cora E
[Box: 53, Folder: 12]
Warren, Thomas L., 1905
[Box: 53, Folder: 13]
Webb, George C., 1900
[Box: 53, Folder: 14]
Weeks, George S., 1906
[Box: 53, Folder: 15]
Weiss, Mary D
[Box: 53, Folder: 16]
Whitney, Earl, 1903
[Box: 53, Folder: 17]
Wickliffe-Williams, 1852-1907
[Box: 53, Folder: 18]
Willis, Ellington
[Box: 53, Folder: 19]
Wills, Johnson
[Box: 53, Folder: 20]
Wilson - Zimmerman, no name
Wilson, Alice P., 1885
[Box: 54, Folder: 1]
Wilson, B.M., 1897-1898
[Box: 54, Folder: 2]
Wilson, F.S., 1911-1912
[Box: 54, Folder: 3]
Wilson, F.S., 1913-1915
[Box: 54, Folder: 4]
Wilson, Robert H., 1907
[Box: 54, Folder: 5]
Wiltsie, Charles H., 1898-1899
[Box: 54, Folder: 6]
Wolfe, William, 1872
[Box: 54, Folder: 7]
Womback, B.M., 1860
[Box: 54, Folder: 8]
Wooley, B.H., 1900-1906
[Box: 54, Folder: 9]
Wooley, Sarah H., 1868-1899
[Box: 54, Folder: 10]
Wooley, Sarah H., 1900-1909, undated
[Box: 54, Folder: 11]
Wooley, Charles W., 1899
[Box: 54, Folder: 12]
Woolley, R.W., 1906
[Box: 54, Folder: 13]
Woolley, Sophia, 1899
[Box: 54, Folder: 14]
Wright, John, 1875
[Box: 54, Folder: 15]
Yellman's Administration
[Box: 54, Folder: 16]
Young, Laura and John, 1891
[Box: 54, Folder: 17]
Young Men's Christian Association, 1903
[Box: 54, Folder: 18]
Young, Milton, 1884
[Box: 54, Folder: 19]
Zimmerman, Elizabeth, 1904
[Box: 54, Folder: 20]
No name
[Box: 54, Folder: 21]
No name
[Box: 54, Folder: 22]
Miscellaneous
Legal ledger [land deeds]
[Box: 55, Item: 1]
Thorton and Kerr legal ledger, 1894
[Box: 55, Item: 2]
Published arguments and court cases
[Box: 56, Folder: 1]
Published arguments and court cases
[Box: 56, Folder: 2]
Other pamphlets
[Box: 56, Folder: 3]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes materials concerning the Lexington, KY cemetery and Winchester and Lexington Turnpike Road

In Kentucky [poem], James H. Mulligan
[Box: 56, Folder: 4]
CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS, 1879-1959, undated
Scope and Content Note:

This series covers the years from 1879 to 1959 and includes correspondence from Linda Neville's private and public life as a social reformer. Included is correspondence relating to the Kentucky State Board of Health, Associated Charities of Lexington, WCTU Settlement School (Hindman, KY), Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness, the Red Cross, Kentucky Department of Health, Kentucky Board of Charities and Corrections, Kentucky Board of Parole and Corrections, Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company, Lexington Good Samaritan Hospital, Louisville Children's Free Hospital, Louisville Jewish Hospital, Temperance League of Kentucky, and the National Civil Service Reform League. Also, there is correspondence with Katherine Pettit of the Hindman Settlement School, Mrs. Desha "Madge" Breckinridge, an active member of the Kentucky Suffrage Movement, and Mary Breckinridge of the Frontier Nursing Service.

1879-1898
[Box: 57, Folder: 1]
1903-1904
[Box: 57, Folder: 2]
1905-1906
[Box: 57, Folder: 3]
1907
[Box: 57, Folder: 4]
1908
[Box: 57, Folder: 5]
January 1909
[Box: 57, Folder: 6]
February-May 1909
[Box: 57, Folder: 7]
June-December 1909
[Box: 57, Folder: 8]
January-May 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 9]
June 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 10]
July 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 11]
August-September 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 12]
October 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 13]
November 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 14]
December 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 15]
undated, 1910
[Box: 57, Folder: 16]
January-February 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 1]
March-June 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 2]
July 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 3]
August 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 4]
September 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 5]
October 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 6]
November 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 7]
December 1911
[Box: 58, Folder: 8]
January-March 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 9]
April-May 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 10]
June 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 11]
July 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 12]
August-September 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 13]
October 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 14]
November 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 15]
December 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 16]
undated, 1912
[Box: 58, Folder: 17]
January-February 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 1]
March-April 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 2]
May 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 3]
June 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 4]
July 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 5]
August 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 6]
September 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 7]
October 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 8]
November 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 9]
December 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 10]
undated, 1913
[Box: 59, Folder: 11]
January 1914
[Box: 59, Folder: 12]
February 1914
[Box: 59, Folder: 13]
March 1914
[Box: 59, Folder: 14]
April 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 1]
May 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 2]
June-July 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 3]
August 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 4]
September 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 5]
October 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 6]
November 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 7]
December 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 8]
undated, 1914
[Box: 60, Folder: 9]
January 1-10, 1915
[Box: 60, Folder: 10]
January 11-31, 1915
[Box: 60, Folder: 11]
February 1915
[Box: 60, Folder: 12]
March 1915
[Box: 60, Folder: 13]
April 1915
[Box: 60, Folder: 14]
May 1915
[Box: 60, Folder: 15]
June 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 1]
July 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 2]
August 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 3]
September 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 4]
October 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 5]
November 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 6]
December 1-15, 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 7]
December 16-31, 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 8]
undated, 1915
[Box: 61, Folder: 9]
January 1-13, 1916
[Box: 61, Folder: 10]
January 14-18, 1916
[Box: 61, Folder: 11]
January 19-31, 1916
[Box: 61, Folder: 12]
February 1916
[Box: 61, Folder: 13]
undated, 1916
[Box: 61, Folder: 14]
March 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 1]
April 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 2]
May 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 3]
June 1-17, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 4]
June 18-30, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 5]
July 1-15, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 6]
July 16-31, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 7]
August 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 8]
September 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 9]
October 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 10]
November 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 11]
December 1-10, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 12]
December 11-31, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 13]
undated, 1916
[Box: 62, Folder: 14]
January 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 1]
February 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 2]
March 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 3]
April-May 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 4]
June 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 5]
July 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 6]
August 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 7]
September 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 8]
October 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 9]
November 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 10]
December 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 11]
undated, 1917
[Box: 63, Folder: 12]
January 1918
[Box: 63, Folder: 13]
undated, 1918
[Box: 63, Folder: 14]
February 1918
[Box: 63, Folder: 15]
March 1918
[Box: 63, Folder: 16]
April 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 1]
May 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 2]
June 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 3]
July 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 4]
August 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 5]
September 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 6]
October 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 7]
November 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 8]
December 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 9]
undated, 1918
[Box: 64, Folder: 10]
January 1919
[Box: 64, Folder: 11]
February 1919
[Box: 64, Folder: 12]
March 1919
[Box: 64, Folder: 13]
April 1919
[Box: 64, Folder: 14]
May 1919
[Box: 64, Folder: 15]
June 1919
[Box: 64, Folder: 16]
July 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 1]
undated, July 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 2]
August 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 3]
September 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 4]
October 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 5]
November 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 6]
December 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 7]
undated, 1919
[Box: 65, Folder: 8]
January 1920
[Box: 65, Folder: 9]
February 1920
[Box: 65, Folder: 10]
March 1920
[Box: 65, Folder: 11]
April 1920
[Box: 65, Folder: 12]
May 1920
[Box: 65, Folder: 13]
June 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 1]
July 1-22, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 2]
July 23-31, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 3]
August 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 4]
September 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 5]
October 1-16, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 6]
October 17-31, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 7]
November 1-24, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 8]
November 15-30, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 9]
December 1-15, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 10]
December 16-31, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 11]
undated, 1920
[Box: 66, Folder: 12]
January 1-14, 1921
[Box: 66, Folder: 13]
January 15-31, 1921
[Box: 66, Folder: 14]
February 1921
[Box: 66, Folder: 15]
March 1921
[Box: 66, Folder: 16]
April 1921
[Box: 66, Folder: 17]
May 1-10, 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 1]
May 11-31, 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 2]
June 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 3]
July 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 4]
August 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 5]
September 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 6]
October 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 7]
November 1-14, 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 8]
November 15-30, 1921
[Box: 67, Folder: 9]
December 1921
[Box: 68, Folder: 1]
undated, 1921
[Box: 68, Folder: 2]
January 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 3]
February 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 4]
March 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 5]
April 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 6]
May 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 7]
June 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 8]
July 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 9]
August 1-24, 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 10]
August 25-31, 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 11]
September 1-10, 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 12]
September 11-30, 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 13]
October 1-14, 1922
[Box: 68, Folder: 14]
October 15-31, 1922
[Box: 69, Folder: 1]
November 1922
[Box: 69, Folder: 2]
December 1922
[Box: 69, Folder: 3]
undated, 1922
[Box: 69, Folder: 4]
January 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 5]
February 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 6]
March 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 7]
April 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 8]
May 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 9]
June 1-15, 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 10]
June 16-30, 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 11]
July 1-23, 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 12]
July 24-31, 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 13]
August 1-15, 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 14]
August 16-31, 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 15]
September 1923
[Box: 69, Folder: 16]
October 1923
[Box: 70, Folder: 1]
November 1923
[Box: 70, Folder: 2]
December 1923
[Box: 70, Folder: 3]
undated, 1923
[Box: 70, Folder: 4]
January 1-19, 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 5]
January 20-31, 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 6]
February 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 7]
March 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 8]
April 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 9]
May 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 10]
June 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 11]
July 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 12]
August 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 13]
September 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 14]
October 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 15]
November 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 16]
December 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 17]
undated, 1924
[Box: 70, Folder: 18]
January 1925
[Box: 70, Folder: 19]
February 1925
[Box: 70, Folder: 20]
March 1925
[Box: 70, Folder: 21]
May 1925
[Box: 70, Folder: 22]
June 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 1]
July 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 2]
August 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 3]
September 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 4]
October 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 5]
November 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 6]
December 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 7]
undated, 1925
[Box: 71, Folder: 8]
January 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 9]
February 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 10]
March-April 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 11]
May 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 12]
June-July 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 13]
August 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 14]
September 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 15]
October-November 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 16]
December 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 17]
undated, 1926
[Box: 71, Folder: 18]
January-February 1927
[Box: 71, Folder: 19]
March-May 1927
[Box: 71, Folder: 20]
June 1927
[Box: 72, Folder: 1]
July 1927
[Box: 72, Folder: 2]
August 1927
[Box: 72, Folder: 3]
September-October 1927
[Box: 72, Folder: 4]
November 1927
[Box: 72, Folder: 5]
December 1927
[Box: 72, Folder: 6]
January-April 1928
[Box: 72, Folder: 7]
May-August 1928
[Box: 72, Folder: 8]
September-December 1928
[Box: 72, Folder: 9]
January-April 1929
[Box: 72, Folder: 10]
May-July 1929
[Box: 72, Folder: 11]
August-December 1929
[Box: 72, Folder: 12]
January-August 1930
[Box: 72, Folder: 13]
September-December 1930
[Box: 72, Folder: 14]
January-September 1931
[Box: 72, Folder: 15]
October-December 1931
[Box: 72, Folder: 16]
January-May 1932
[Box: 72, Folder: 17]
June-December 1932
[Box: 72, Folder: 18]
January-June 1933
[Box: 72, Folder: 19]
July-December 1933
[Box: 72, Folder: 20]
undated, 1933
[Box: 72, Folder: 21]
January-February 1934
[Box: 73, Folder: 1]
March-May 1934
[Box: 73, Folder: 2]
June 1934
[Box: 73, Folder: 3]
July-December 1934
[Box: 73, Folder: 4]
January-March 1935
[Box: 73, Folder: 5]
April-August 1935
[Box: 73, Folder: 6]
September-December 1935
[Box: 73, Folder: 7]
January-May 1936
[Box: 73, Folder: 8]
June-October 1936
[Box: 73, Folder: 9]
November-December 1936
[Box: 73, Folder: 10]
January 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 11]
February 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 12]
March-April 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 13]
May-August 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 14]
September 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 15]
October 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 16]
November 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 17]
December 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 18]
undated, 1937
[Box: 73, Folder: 19]
January 1-15, 1938
[Box: 73, Folder: 20]
January 16-31, 1938
[Box: 73, Folder: 21]
February 1938
[Box: 73, Folder: 22]
March 1938
[Box: 73, Folder: 23]
April 1938
[Box: 74, Folder: 1]
May-July 1938
[Box: 74, Folder: 2]
August-December 1938
[Box: 74, Folder: 3]
undated, 1938
[Box: 74, Folder: 4]
January-March 1939
[Box: 74, Folder: 5]
April-June 1939
[Box: 74, Folder: 6]
July-September 1939
[Box: 74, Folder: 7]
October 1939
[Box: 74, Folder: 8]
November-December 1938
[Box: 74, Folder: 9]
undated, 1938
[Box: 74, Folder: 10]
January 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 11]
February 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 12]
March-June 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 13]
July-August 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 14]
September-October 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 15]
November-December 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 16]
undated, 1940
[Box: 74, Folder: 17]
January-February 1941
[Box: 74, Folder: 18]
March 1941
[Box: 74, Folder: 19]
April 1941
[Box: 74, Folder: 20]
May 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 1]
June 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 2]
July 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 3]
August-September 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 4]
October 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 5]
November 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 6]
December 1941
[Box: 75, Folder: 7]
January 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 8]
February-April 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 9]
May-June 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 10]
July-August 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 11]
September-October 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 12]
November 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 13]
December 1942
[Box: 75, Folder: 14]
January 1943
[Box: 75, Folder: 15]
February 1943
[Box: 75, Folder: 16]
March 1943
[Box: 75, Folder: 17]
April 1943
[Box: 75, Folder: 18]
May 1943
[Box: 75, Folder: 19]
June-July 1943
[Box: 76, Folder: 1]
August 1943
[Box: 76, Folder: 2]
September-December 1943
[Box: 76, Folder: 3]
January-May 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 4]
June 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 5]
July 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 6]
August-September 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 7]
October 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 8]
November 1-14 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 9]
November 15-30 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 10]
December 1944
[Box: 76, Folder: 11]
January-December 1945
[Box: 76, Folder: 12]
January-March 1946
[Box: 76, Folder: 13]
April-June 1946
[Box: 76, Folder: 14]
July-December 1946
[Box: 76, Folder: 15]
January-April 1947
[Box: 76, Folder: 16]
May-June 1947
[Box: 76, Folder: 17]
July-December 1947
[Box: 76, Folder: 18]
January-June 1948
[Box: 76, Folder: 19]
July-December 1948
[Box: 76, Folder: 20]
January-June 1949
[Box: 77, Folder: 1]
July-December 1949
[Box: 77, Folder: 2]
January 1950
[Box: 77, Folder: 3]
February 1950
[Box: 77, Folder: 4]
March 1950
[Box: 77, Folder: 5]
April 1950
[Box: 77, Folder: 6]
May 1950
[Box: 77, Folder: 7]
June-December 1950
[Box: 77, Folder: 8]
January-March 1951
[Box: 77, Folder: 9]
April-June 1951
[Box: 77, Folder: 10]
July-September 1951
[Box: 77, Folder: 11]
October-December 1951
[Box: 77, Folder: 12]
January-March 1952
[Box: 77, Folder: 13]
April-June 1952
[Box: 77, Folder: 14]
July-December 1952
[Box: 77, Folder: 15]
January-March 1953
[Box: 77, Folder: 16]
April-June 1953
[Box: 77, Folder: 17]
July-September 1953
[Box: 77, Folder: 18]
October-December 1953
[Box: 77, Folder: 19]
January-February 1954
[Box: 77, Folder: 20]
March-May 1954
[Box: 77, Folder: 21]
June-September 1954
[Box: 78, Folder: 1]
October-December 1954
[Box: 78, Folder: 2]
January-March 1955
[Box: 78, Folder: 3]
April-May 1955
[Box: 78, Folder: 4]
June-September 1955
[Box: 78, Folder: 5]
October-December 1955
[Box: 78, Folder: 6]
January 1956
[Box: 78, Folder: 7]
February-May 1956
[Box: 78, Folder: 8]
June-August 1956
[Box: 78, Folder: 9]
September-November 1956
[Box: 78, Folder: 10]
December 1956
[Box: 78, Folder: 11]
January-February 1957
[Box: 78, Folder: 12]
March-April 1957
[Box: 78, Folder: 13]
May 1957
[Box: 78, Folder: 14]
June-September 1957
[Box: 78, Folder: 15]
October-December 1957
[Box: 78, Folder: 16]
January-April 1958
[Box: 78, Folder: 17]
May 1958
[Box: 78, Folder: 18]
June-December 1958
[Box: 78, Folder: 19]
January 1959
[Box: 78, Folder: 20]
undated
[Box: 78, Folder: 21]
undated
[Box: 79, Folder: 1]
undated
[Box: 79, Folder: 2]
FINANCIAL MATERIALS, 1909-1958, undated
Scope and Content Note:

These files include primarily cancelled checks, bank statements, bills, deposit slips, and tax bills covering personal expenses during the period from 1909 to 1958. These records indicate that Linda Neville owned rental property, the locations of which are noted on the property tax bills and receipts. These records also reveal that Linda Neville sporadically kept records of her receipts of rent payment by tenants for 1930-1933 (Box 81, Folder 1) and 1935 (Box 83, Folder 5). Other items related to her real estate holdings are a 1931 insurance policy on her Vine Street property (Box 81, Folder 8), and an assessment of the 1926 fire damage to the same property (Box 80, Folder 9).

Organizations and charities to which Neville paid dues and made contributions can be determined by perusing the cancelled checks. In Box 89 the miscellaneous financial records include legal documents detailing a 1935 property lawsuit in which Neville was plaintiff. Prominent among the later financial documents, especially during the late 1950s, are checks written for David Neville Devary, Neville's adopted son.

1909-1930
Cancelled checks and bank book, 1909-1910
[Box: 80, Folder: 1]
Ledger with deposits, 1910-1915 [organizational dues?]
[Box: 80, Folder: 2]
Promissory notes, 1911
[Box: 80, Folder: 3]
Property leases, 1920-1926
[Box: 80, Folder: 4]
Bills, 1923
[Box: 80, Folder: 5]
Ledger book, 1924
[Box: 80, Folder: 6]
Purchase of stocks, 1924-1926
[Box: 80, Folder: 7]
Cancelled checks, 1925
[Box: 80, Folder: 8]
Fire damage assessments, 1926
[Box: 80, Folder: 9]
Cancelled checks, 1926
[Box: 80, Folder: 10]
Cancelled checks, 1927
[Box: 80, Folder: 11]
Purchase of stocks, 1927
[Box: 80, Folder: 12]
Cancelled checks, 1928
[Box: 80, Folder: 13]
Purchase of stocks, 1928
[Box: 80, Folder: 14]
Promissory notes, 1928
[Box: 80, Folder: 15]
Bills, 1929
[Box: 80, Folder: 16]
Cancelled checks, 1929
[Box: 80, Folder: 17]
Purchase of stocks, 1929
[Box: 80, Folder: 18]
Stock information, 1929 [purchaser unknown]
[Box: 80, Folder: 19]
Promissory notes, 1929
[Box: 80, Folder: 20]
Cancelled checks, 1930
[Box: 80, Folder: 21]
Purchase of stocks, 1930
[Box: 80, Folder: 22]
Promissory notes, 1930
[Box: 80, Folder: 23]
Bills, 1930
[Box: 80, Folder: 24]
1930-1932
Rent paid by tenants, 1930-1933
[Box: 81, Folder: 1]
Cancelled checks, 1931
[Box: 81, Folder: 2]
Deposits, 1931
[Box: 81, Folder: 3]
Bills, 1931
[Box: 81, Folder: 4]
Promissory notes, 1931
[Box: 81, Folder: 5]
Bills, 1931
[Box: 81, Folder: 6]
Bills, undated
[Box: 81, Folder: 7]
Insurance policies, 1931
[Box: 81, Folder: 8]
Cancelled checks, 1932
[Box: 81, Folder: 9]
Bills, 1932
[Box: 81, Folder: 10]
Deposits, 1932
[Box: 81, Folder: 11]
Promissory notes, 1932
[Box: 81, Folder: 12]
Bills, 1932
[Box: 81, Folder: 13]
1933-1934
Cancelled checks, 1933
[Box: 82, Folder: 1]
Bills, 1933
[Box: 82, Folder: 2]
Promissory notes, 1933
[Box: 82, Folder: 3]
Deposits, 1933
[Box: 82, Folder: 4]
Bills, 1934
[Box: 82, Folder: 5]
Deposits, 1934
[Box: 82, Folder: 6]
Cancelled checks, 1934
[Box: 82, Folder: 7]
Promissory notes, 1934
[Box: 82, Folder: 8]
Bills, 1934
[Box: 82, Folder: 9]
1935-1937
Cancelled checks, 1935
[Box: 83, Folder: 1]
Bills, 1935
[Box: 83, Folder: 2]
Promissory notes, 1935
[Box: 83, Folder: 3]
Deposits, 1935
[Box: 83, Folder: 4]
Rent paid by tenants, 1935
[Box: 83, Folder: 5]
Cancelled checks, 1936
[Box: 83, Folder: 6]
Deposits, 1936
[Box: 83, Folder: 7]
Cancelled checks, 1937
[Box: 83, Folder: 8]
Bills, 1937
[Box: 83, Folder: 9]
1938-1953
Checks, 1935
[Box: 84, Folder: 1]
Bills, 1938
[Box: 84, Folder: 2]
Deposits, 1938
[Box: 84, Folder: 3]
Bank deposits, undated
[Box: 84, Folder: 4]
Cancelled checks, 1939
[Box: 84, Folder: 5]
Deposits, 1939
[Box: 84, Folder: 6]
Checks cancelled, 1940
[Box: 84, Folder: 7]
Bills, 1940
[Box: 84, Folder: 8]
Bills, 1941
[Box: 84, Folder: 9]
Deposits, 1942
[Box: 84, Folder: 10]
Bills, 1943
[Box: 84, Folder: 11]
Bills, 1944
[Box: 84, Folder: 12]
Checkbook, 1945-1946
[Box: 84, Folder: 13]
Bills, 1945
[Box: 84, Folder: 14]
Bills, 1946
[Box: 84, Folder: 15]
Financial ledger, 1947
[Box: 84, Folder: 16]
Receipt book, 1950
[Box: 84, Folder: 17]
Rents and dividends, 1952
[Box: 84, Folder: 18]
Partial ledger, 1953
[Box: 84, Folder: 19]
Bank reports, 1953
[Box: 84, Folder: 20]
Bills, 1953
[Box: 84, Folder: 21]
1954-1956
Ledger, 1954
[Box: 85, Folder: 1]
Cancelled checks, 1954
[Box: 85, Folder: 2]
Bank deposits, 1954
[Box: 85, Folder: 3]
Ledger, 1955
[Box: 85, Folder: 4]
Bills, 1955
[Box: 85, Folder: 5]
Cancelled checks, 1955
[Box: 85, Folder: 6]
Promissory notes, 1955
[Box: 85, Folder: 7]
Bank deposits, 1955
[Box: 85, Folder: 8]
Ledger, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 9]
Bills, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 10]
Promissory notes, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 11]
Cancelled checks, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 12]
Federal Income Tax payment receipt, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 13]
Bank deposits, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 14]
Fire Insurance information, 1956
[Box: 85, Folder: 15]
Promissory notes, 1957
[Box: 85, Folder: 16]
Checks cancelled, 1957
[Box: 85, Folder: 17]
Deposits, 1957
[Box: 85, Folder: 18]
BANK STATEMENTS, 1931-1939
1931
[Box: 86, Folder: 1]
1932
[Box: 86, Folder: 2]
1933
[Box: 86, Folder: 3]
1934
[Box: 86, Folder: 4]
1935
[Box: 86, Folder: 5]
1936
[Box: 86, Folder: 6]
1937
[Box: 86, Folder: 7]
1938
[Box: 86, Folder: 8]
1939
[Box: 86, Folder: 9]
TAX BILLS AND RECEIPTS, 1911-1958
1911-1935
Tax bills, 1911
[Box: 87, Folder: 1]
City Property Tax receipt, undated
[Box: 87, Folder: 2]
Tax bills, 1919
[Box: 87, Folder: 3]
City Tax bills, 1922
[Box: 87, Folder: 4]
City Property Tax receipt, 1922
[Box: 87, Folder: 5]
City Property Tax bill, 1925
[Box: 87, Folder: 6]
City Property Tax receipt, 1925
[Box: 87, Folder: 7]
City Property Tax receipt, 1926
[Box: 87, Folder: 8]
Fayette County Tax receipts, 1926
[Box: 87, Folder: 9]
City Property Tax bill, 1927
[Box: 87, Folder: 10]
City Property Tax receipts, 1927
[Box: 87, Folder: 11]
City Property Tax receipts, 1928
[Box: 87, Folder: 12]
City Tax bill, 1929
[Box: 87, Folder: 13]
County Property Tax bills, 1930
[Box: 87, Folder: 14]
City Property Tax bills, 1931
[Box: 87, Folder: 15]
City Property Tax receipt, 1931
[Box: 87, Folder: 16]
County Property Tax bills, 1931
[Box: 87, Folder: 17]
City Property Tax bills, 1932
[Box: 87, Folder: 18]
County Property Tax bills, 1932
[Box: 87, Folder: 19]
City Property Tax receipts, 1932
[Box: 87, Folder: 20]
City Property Taxes, 1933
[Box: 87, Folder: 21]
City Property Tax receipts, 1933
[Box: 87, Folder: 22]
County Property Tax bills, 1933
[Box: 87, Folder: 23]
City Property Tax bills, 1934
[Box: 87, Folder: 24]
Fayette County Property Tax, 1934
[Box: 87, Folder: 25]
Fayette County Property Tax receipts, 1934
[Box: 87, Folder: 26]
Tax bills, 1935
[Box: 87, Folder: 27]
Fayette County Property Tax bills, 1935
[Box: 87, Folder: 28]
Tax receipt, 1935
[Box: 87, Folder: 29]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr, 1935
[Box: 87, Folder: 30]
1936-1958
City Tax bills, 1936
[Box: 88, Folder: 1]
Fayette County Tax bills, 1936
[Box: 88, Folder: 2]
City Property Tax receipts, 1936
[Box: 88, Folder: 3]
Fayette County Tax receipt, 1936
[Box: 88, Folder: 4]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr, 1936
[Box: 88, Folder: 5]
City Tax bills, 1937
[Box: 88, Folder: 6]
County Tax bills, 1937
[Box: 88, Folder: 7]
City Property Tax receipts, 1937
[Box: 88, Folder: 8]
County Property Tax receipts, 1937
[Box: 88, Folder: 9]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr, 1937
[Box: 88, Folder: 10]
Tax bills ,1938
[Box: 88, Folder: 11]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr, 1938
[Box: 88, Folder: 12]
City Tax bills, 1939
[Box: 88, Folder: 13]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr, 1939
[Box: 88, Folder: 14]
City Tax bills, 1940
[Box: 88, Folder: 15]
State Tax bills, 1940
[Box: 88, Folder: 16]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1940
[Box: 88, Folder: 17]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1941
[Box: 88, Folder: 18]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1942
[Box: 88, Folder: 19]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1943
[Box: 88, Folder: 20]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1944
[Box: 88, Folder: 21]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1945
[Box: 88, Folder: 22]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1946
[Box: 88, Folder: 23]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1947
[Box: 88, Folder: 24]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1948
[Box: 88, Folder: 25]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1949
[Box: 88, Folder: 26]
Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr, 1950
[Box: 88, Folder: 27]
Income Tax Returns, 1950
[Box: 88, Folder: 28]
Income Tax information, 1951
[Box: 88, Folder: 29]
City Property Tax bills, 1955
[Box: 88, Folder: 30]
Purchased shares , 1929-1955
[Box: 88, Folder: 31]
County Property Tax bills, 1956
[Box: 88, Folder: 32]
Individual Income Tax Return, 1955
[Box: 88, Folder: 33]
Partnership Income Tax for Neville Payne and Kerr, 1955
[Box: 88, Folder: 34]
Income Tax Return, 1956
[Box: 88, Folder: 35]
State Intangible Property Tax Return, 1957
[Box: 88, Folder: 36]
Notes on personal expenses and income, 1957
[Box: 88, Folder: 37]
Intangible Property Tax Return 1958
[Box: 88, Folder: 38]
MISCELLANEOUS, 1919-1935
Red Cross expenses, 1919-1922
[Box: 89, Folder: 1]
Red Cross expenses, 1919-1920
[Box: 89, Folder: 2]
Red Cross expenses, 1921
[Box: 89, Folder: 3]
Red Cross expenses, 1922-1924
[Box: 89, Folder: 4]
Plan of Property to be Decided by Linda Neville by the City of Lexington
[Box: 89, Folder: 5]
Storm and Sewer Easement, 1933-1934
[Box: 89, Folder: 6]
Walter Tuttle vs Linda Neville, 1935
[Box: 89, Folder: 7]
MOUNTAIN FUND, 1904-1958
Scope and Content Note:

Linda Neville began the Mountain Fund in 1908 in order to provide financial assistance to indigent children with eye disease who lived in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. In its early years, Neville received financial donations from private individuals to support her prevention work. In addition, private doctors and hospitals, such as Lexington Good Samaritan, Louisville Free Children's, and Louisville Jewish, provided free or discounted services to Mountain Fund patients. In its later years, the Mountain Fund received money from the Kentucky state government, thus enabling it to expand its services beyond eastern Kentucky and provide treatment for indigent patients throughout the state.

FINANCIAL MATERIALS
Scope and Content Note:

The Mountain Fund Financial Records cover the years 1909-1958. Included are bills received by the Mountain Fund for services rendered to patients from, for example, Tinder-Krauss Opticians, Good Samaritan and St. Josephs Hospitals (both located in Lexington), pharmacies, and private practitioners, including optometrists. Also included is correspondence to governmental agencies from Linda Neville requesting financial assistance for various patients in her charge, as well as cancelled checks, logs, and correspondence relating to donations to the Mountain Fund from private citizens. Other items include bills and services reflecting the daily operation of the Mountain Fund.

Miscellaneous
Procedure for Mountain Fund Eye Patients, Linda Neville, 1942
[Box: 90, Folder: 1]
Savings Account book, 1909
[Box: 90, Folder: 2]
Lexington City National bank book, 1909-1910
[Box: 90, Folder: 3]
Donor book, 1910-1911
[Box: 90, Folder: 4]
Expenses between, March-October 1910
[Box: 90, Folder: 5]
Letters from donors, 1917-1920
[Box: 90, Folder: 6]
Receipts, 1946
[Box: 90, Folder: 7]
Receipts, 1947
[Box: 90, Folder: 8]
Receipts, 1955-1956
[Box: 90, Folder: 9]
Letters from Donors
1910-1911
[Box: 90, Folder: 10]
1913
[Box: 90, Folder: 11]
1914
[Box: 90, Folder: 12]
1915
[Box: 90, Folder: 13]
1916
[Box: 90, Folder: 14]
1917
[Box: 90, Folder: 15]
1918
[Box: 90, Folder: 16]
1919
[Box: 90, Folder: 17]
1920
[Box: 90, Folder: 18]
1921
[Box: 90, Folder: 19]
1923
[Box: 90, Folder: 20]
1924
[Box: 90, Folder: 21]
1925
[Box: 90, Folder: 22]
1926
[Box: 90, Folder: 23]
1927
[Box: 90, Folder: 24]
1928
[Box: 90, Folder: 25]
Claims Against the Mountain Fund
1919-1924
[Box: 91, Folder: 1]
1923-1926
[Box: 91, Folder: 2]
1929-1934
[Box: 91, Folder: 3]
January-May 1935
[Box: 91, Folder: 4]
June-October 1935
[Box: 91, Folder: 5]
November-December 1935
[Box: 91, Folder: 6]
January-June 1936
[Box: 91, Folder: 7]
July-December 1936
[Box: 91, Folder: 8]
January-May 1937
[Box: 91, Folder: 9]
June-December 1937
[Box: 91, Folder: 10]
1938
[Box: 91, Folder: 11]
July-December 1939
[Box: 91, Folder: 12]
January-June 1939
[Box: 91, Folder: 13]
January-May 1940
[Box: 91, Folder: 14]
June-December 1940
[Box: 91, Folder: 15]
January-May 1941
[Box: 92, Folder: 1]
June 1941
[Box: 92, Folder: 2]
July-December 1941
[Box: 92, Folder: 3]
January-April 1942
[Box: 92, Folder: 4]
May-June 1942
[Box: 92, Folder: 5]
July-December 1942
[Box: 92, Folder: 6]
January-October 1943
[Box: 92, Folder: 7]
1944
[Box: 92, Folder: 8]
1946
[Box: 92, Folder: 9]
1947
[Box: 92, Folder: 10]
1950
[Box: 92, Folder: 11]
1951
[Box: 92, Folder: 12]
1952
[Box: 92, Folder: 13]
1953
[Box: 92, Folder: 14]
1954
[Box: 92, Folder: 15]
1955
[Box: 93, Folder: 1]
1956
[Box: 93, Folder: 2]
1957
[Box: 93, Folder: 3]
1958
[Box: 93, Folder: 4]
Accounts Sent to the State
1934
[Box: 94, Folder: 1]
1935
[Box: 94, Folder: 2]
1936
[Box: 94, Folder: 3]
1937
[Box: 94, Folder: 4]
1938
[Box: 94, Folder: 5]
1939
[Box: 94, Folder: 6]
1940
[Box: 94, Folder: 7]
January-June 1941
[Box: 94, Folder: 8]
July-December 1941
[Box: 94, Folder: 9]
January-July 1942
[Box: 94, Folder: 10]
July-December 1942
[Box: 94, Folder: 11]
January-June 1943
[Box: 94, Folder: 12]
July-December 1943
[Box: 94, Folder: 13]
1944
[Box: 95, Folder: 1]
1945
[Box: 95, Folder: 2]
1946
[Box: 95, Folder: 3]
January-June 1947
[Box: 95, Folder: 4]
July-December 1947
[Box: 95, Folder: 5]
January-July 1948
[Box: 95, Folder: 6]
July-December 1948
[Box: 95, Folder: 7]
January-July 1949
[Box: 95, Folder: 8]
July-December 1949
[Box: 95, Folder: 9]
1950
[Box: 95, Folder: 10]
January-May 1951
[Box: 95, Folder: 11]
June and July 1951
[Box: 95, Folder: 12]
January-May 1952
[Box: 96, Folder: 1]
June-December 1952
[Box: 96, Folder: 2]
January-April 1953
[Box: 96, Folder: 3]
May-June 1953
[Box: 96, Folder: 4]
July-December 1953
[Box: 96, Folder: 5]
1954
[Box: 96, Folder: 6]
January-May 1935
[Box: 96, Folder: 7]
June-December 1955
[Box: 96, Folder: 8]
January-June 1956
[Box: 96, Folder: 9]
Linda Neville's notes on financial accounts, 1909-1912
[Box: 97, Folder: 1]
Receipts of accounts paid, 1919-1912
[Box: 97, Folder: 2]
Receipt refund and deposit records, 1905-1915
[Box: 97, Folder: 3]
Telephone and telegram records, 1912-1928
[Box: 97, Folder: 4]
Account book, 1925
[Box: 97, Folder: 5]
Duplication of Deposits Letters from Donors of Mountain Fund List of Donations, 1915-1926
[Box: 97, Folder: 6]
Pass book, 1912-1914
[Box: 98, Folder: 1]
Receipts paid, 1913-1915
[Box: 98, Folder: 2]
Grocery/Food expenses, 1920-1921
[Box: 98, Folder: 3]
Receipts paid, 1924
[Box: 98, Folder: 4]
Account Expense book, 1921-1922
[Box: 98, Folder: 5]
Receipts paid, 1921-1924
[Box: 98, Folder: 6]
Account book and personal expenses, 1922-1923
[Box: 98, Folder: 7]
Disbursements by Mountain Fund, 1923
[Box: 98, Folder: 8]
Log of Mountain Fund checks paid out, 1923
[Box: 98, Folder: 9]
Disbursements by Mountain Fund, 1924
[Box: 98, Folder: 10]
Check Book receipts, 1932, 1938
[Box: 98, Folder: 11]
Check Book receipts, 1939
[Box: 98, Folder: 12]
Postage account for Mountain Fund, 1916-1917
[Box: 99, Folder: 1]
Telephone calls and telegraphs placed, 1920
[Box: 99, Folder: 2]
Cancelled Checks, 1909-1950
1909-1912
[Box: 100, Folder: 1]
1913-1915
[Box: 100, Folder: 2]
1917-1919
[Box: 100, Folder: 3]
1920-1922
[Box: 100, Folder: 4]
1923-1925
[Box: 100, Folder: 5]
1926-1928
[Box: 100, Folder: 6]
1929-1938
[Box: 100, Folder: 7]
1950
[Box: 100, Folder: 8]
Deposit Slips, 1910-1939
1910-1920
[Box: 101, Folder: 1]
1921-1928
[Box: 101, Folder: 2]
1929-1933
[Box: 101, Folder: 3]
1934-1935
[Box: 101, Folder: 4]
1936-1937
[Box: 101, Folder: 5]
1938-1939
[Box: 101, Folder: 6]
Bank Statements 1921-1939
1921-1925
[Box: 102, Folder: 1]
1926-1928
[Box: 102, Folder: 2]
1929
[Box: 102, Folder: 3]
1930
[Box: 102, Folder: 4]
1931
[Box: 102, Folder: 5]
1932
[Box: 102, Folder: 6]
1933
[Box: 102, Folder: 7]
1934
[Box: 102, Folder: 8]
1935
[Box: 102, Folder: 9]
1936
[Box: 102, Folder: 10]
1937
[Box: 102, Folder: 11]
1938
[Box: 102, Folder: 12]
1939
[Box: 102, Folder: 13]
Miscellaneous Restricted Financial Materials
1945
[Box: 103, Folder: 1]
1946
[Box: 103, Folder: 2]
1947
[Box: 103, Folder: 3]
1948
[Box: 103, Folder: 4]
1949
[Box: 103, Folder: 5]
1950
[Box: 103, Folder: 6]
1951
[Box: 103, Folder: 7]
1952
[Box: 103, Folder: 8]
1953
[Box: 103, Folder: 9]
1954
[Box: 103, Folder: 10]
1955
[Box: 103, Folder: 11]
1956
[Box: 103, Folder: 12]
1957
[Box: 103, Folder: 13]
1958
[Box: 103, Folder: 14]
PATIENT FILES
Scope and Content Note:

These records range from 1908-1958 and include the case files of individuals who applied to the Mountain Fund for medical assistance. Organized into three sections, the first includes ledgers of patients indexed either by year of treatment or alphabetically. The second includes case files organized chronologically by year of application to the Mountain Fund. The third section focuses on trachoma clinics established in Kentucky counties from 1912 to 1924. Records for the years 1908-1926 are not restricted. All other years and ledgers are restricted.

Patient Ledgers
Mountain Fund patient summary of numbers, 1908-1942
[Box: 103, Folder: 15]
List of patients by date of treatment, 1914
[Box: 103, Folder: 16]
Ledger of patient names, 1908-1942
[Box: 103, Folder: 17]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes condition and treatment

Patient names with conditions and treatments, 1908-1938 [photocopy]
[Box: 103, Folder: 18]
Patient names with conditions and treatments, 1908-1938 [original - not for patron use]
[Box: 103, Folder: 19]
Ledger of Mountain Fund patients, 1914-1929
[Box: 104, Folder: 1]
Scope and Content Note:

Alphabetical by patient's last name

Ledger of patients by year, 1908-1926 [photocopy]
[Box: 104, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information over 80 years

Ledger of patients by year, 1908-1926 [original - not for patron use]
[Box: 104, Folder: 3]
Ledger of Mountain Fund patients by year, 1927-1941 [photocopy]
[Box: 104, Folder: 4]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information

Ledger of Mountain Fund patients by year, 1927-1941 [original - not for patron use]
[Box: 104, Folder: 5]
Patients by Date of Application
1906-1911
[Box: 104, Folder: 6]
1912-1917
[Box: 104, Folder: 7]
1918-1922
[Box: 104, Folder: 8]
1923-1929
[Box: 104, Folder: 9]
1930-1934
[Box: 104, Folder: 10]
1935-1937
[Box: 104, Folder: 11]
1938-1940
[Box: 104, Folder: 12]
1941
[Box: 104, Folder: 13]
Alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1942
[Box: 104, Folder: 14]
Pocket ledgers, 1913-1936, 1933
[Box: 104, Folder: 15]
Scope and Content Note:

Organized by year

Ledger of cases, 1922-1923
[Box: 104, Folder: 16]
Scope and Content Note:

Organized by last name

Gonorrheal eye infection cases, 1911-1939
[Box: 104, Folder: 17]
Scope and Content Note:

Hospitalized by the Mountain Fund

Mountain Fund eye patients, 1941
[Box: 104, Folder: 18]
List of Mountain Fund patients by arrival date, 1942
[Box: 105, Folder: 1]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information

Alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1943
[Box: 105, Folder: 2]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1943
[Box: 105, Folder: 3]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information

List of Mountain Applicants and Recipients, June 5, 1951
[Box: 105, Folder: 4]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1944
[Box: 105, Folder: 5]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information and individual names

Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1944
[Box: 105, Folder: 6]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information and individual names

Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1945
[Box: 105, Folder: 7]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes medical information and individual names

Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1945
[Box: 105, Folder: 8]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1946
[Box: 105, Folder: 9]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1946
[Box: 105, Folder: 10]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1947
[Box: 105, Folder: 11]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1947
[Box: 105, Folder: 12]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1948
[Box: 105, Folder: 13]
Ledger with alphabetical list of patients, 1948
[Box: 105, Folder: 14]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1949
[Box: 105, Folder: 15]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1949
[Box: 105, Folder: 16]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1950
[Box: 105, Folder: 17]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1950
[Box: 105, Folder: 18]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1951
[Box: 105, Folder: 19]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1952
[Box: 105, Folder: 20]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1953
[Box: 105, Folder: 21]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1954
[Box: 105, Folder: 22]
Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients, 1955
[Box: 105, Folder: 23]
Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients, 1953
[Box: 105, Folder: 24]
List of applicants with eye conditions, 1948-1952
[Box: 105, Folder: 25]
Mountain Fund babies, 1937
[Box: 105, Folder: 26]
Chronological list of patients, 1957
[Box: 105, Folder: 27]
Tabulation of positive Gonococcus, 1948
[Box: 105, Folder: 28]
List of patients with Cataracts Division of Public Assistance, 1953
[Box: 105, Folder: 29]
Miscellaneous Unrestricted Patient Files
Kentucky Institute for the Education of the Blind Report of Eye Test, December 1911
[Box: 106, Folder: 1]
Thirteen cases of Gonorrheal Ophthalmia among babies born in Lexington, 1912
[Box: 106, Folder: 2]
Patients that need glasses, 1914-1915
[Box: 106, Folder: 3]
Kentucky Trachoma Clinics, 1912-1924
Scope and Content Note:

The organized effort to hold public health clinics for the treatment of trachoma first began in 1912 when Dr. J.A. Stuckey, a Lexington oculist and active member in the Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness, held a trachoma eye treatment clinic in eastern Kentucky. A few other local oculists followed his example and provided similar services in other locations. The addition of financial support from the United States Public Health Service in 1915, along with administrative support from the American Red Cross, aided the expansion of the clinics to multiple locations within numerous Appalachian counties. Clinics for lameness were also held at some locations. The last clinic was held in 1924 when the need for such an approach to treatment was replaced by the establishment of county health services. The records are arranged alphabetically by county and chronologically thereunder.

Information on Kentucky Trachoma Clinics ran by Dr. Stucky, 1912-1913
[Box: 106, Folder: 4]
Trachoma clinics and investigations, 1915
[Box: 106, Folder: 5]
Investigation of Trachoma in Anderson Co., 1915
[Box: 106, Folder: 6]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pineville, KY, September 28, 1915
[Box: 106, Folder: 7]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Owingsville, Bath Co., October 24-26, 1921
[Box: 106, Folder: 8]
Investigation of Trachoma in Paris Grade Schools, Bourbon Co., March 26, 1915
[Box: 106, Folder: 9]
US Public Health Service Trachoma Clinic, Boyle Co., November 11-12, 1921
[Box: 106, Folder: 10]
Eye Clinic, Breathitt Co., Guerrant, July 22-23, 1912
[Box: 106, Folder: 11]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morgan Town, Butler Co., October 1919
[Box: 106, Folder: 12]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Grayson, Carter Co., October 10-12, 1922
[Box: 106, Folder: 13]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Grayson, Carter Co., November 15-17, 1922
[Box: 106, Folder: 14]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Olive Hill, Carter Co., January 11-12, 1923
[Box: 106, Folder: 15]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Grayson, Carter Co., July 23-25, 1923
[Box: 106, Folder: 16]
Investigation of Trachoma in Clay Co. consolidated schools, 1914
[Box: 106, Folder: 17]
Eye Clinic, Oneida, Clay Co., 1914 [1 of 2]
[Box: 106, Folder: 18]
Eye Clinic, Oneida, Clay Co., 1914 [2 of 2]
[Box: 106, Folder: 19]
USPHS and ARC Kentucky Trachoma Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co., October 5-8, 1920
[Box: 106, Folder: 20]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Manchester, Clay Co., May 9-13, 1921
[Box: 106, Folder: 21]
USPHS Throat, Ear, Nose and Eye Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co., September 4-6, 1922 [1 of 2]
[Box: 106, Folder: 22]
USPHS Throat, Ear, Nose and Eye Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co., September 4-6, 1922 [2 of 2]
[Box: 106, Folder: 23]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic/Crippled Children, Manchester, Clay Co., October 3-5, 1922
[Box: 107, Folder: 1]
Eye, Ear and Throat Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co., September 3-6, 1923
[Box: 107, Folder: 2]
Casey County request for clinic, 1920
[Box: 107, Folder: 3]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Winchester, Clark Co., June 15, 1920
[Box: 107, Folder: 4]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Brownsville, Edmonson Co., September 16-19, 1919
[Box: 107, Folder: 5]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Brownsville, Edmonson Co., October 16, 1919
[Box: 107, Folder: 6]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Sandy Hook, Elliot Co., August 28-30, 1923
[Box: 107, Folder: 7]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Sandy Hook, Elliot Co., October 1-3, 1923
[Box: 107, Folder: 8]
Fleming County, survey of trachoma, 1922
[Box: 107, Folder: 9]
Trachoma investigations in the public schools of Lexington, Fayette Co., by the US Public Health Service, November 30, 1914
[Box: 107, Folder: 10]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, State Houses of Reform, Greendale, Fayette Co., October 1918
[Box: 107, Folder: 11]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, State Reformatory, Frankfort, Franklin Co., March 23, 1915
[Box: 107, Folder: 12]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Feebler Minded Institute, Frankfort, Franklin Co., May 31-June 1, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 13]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hickman, Fulton Co., October 11-14, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 14]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hickman, Fulton Co., November 22-23, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 15]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Lancaster, Garrard Co., May 24-27, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 16]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mayfield, Graves Co., November 2-4, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 17]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Fancy Farm, Graves Co., November 28-29, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 18]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mayfield, Graves Co., August 1-4, 1922
[Box: 107, Folder: 19]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co., March 23-24, 1917
[Box: 107, Folder: 20]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co., August 17 and 19, 1920
[Box: 107, Folder: 21]
USPHS Trachoma Service, Greenup, Greenup Co., July 19-21, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 22]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co., August 23-26, 1921
[Box: 107, Folder: 23]
USPHS Trachoma and Lame Children's Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co., July 18-21, 1922
[Box: 107, Folder: 24]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Oldtown, Greenup Co., August 22-23, 1922
[Box: 107, Folder: 25]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co., August 14-16, 1923
[Box: 107, Folder: 26]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hawesville, Hancock Co., June 28, 1918
[Box: 107, Folder: 27]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McGuffey, Hardin Co., September 7-8, 1920
[Box: 107, Folder: 28]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pine Mountain, Harlan Co., August 12-15, 1918
[Box: 107, Folder: 29]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Harlan, Harlan Co., November 19-21, 1919
[Box: 107, Folder: 30]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pine Mountain, Harlan Co., November 4-7, 1922
[Box: 107, Folder: 31]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Madisonville, Hopkins Co., December 7-9, 1916
[Box: 107, Folder: 32]
USPHS Trachoma Hospital, Jackson Co., 1915, 1919
[Box: 107, Folder: 33]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McKee, Jackson Co., August 24-27, 1920
[Box: 108, Folder: 1]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McKee, Jackson Co., August 29-30, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 2]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McKee, Jackson Co., October 17-18, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 3]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Nicholasville, Jessamine Co., February 14-17, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 4]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, VanLear, Johnson Co., February 28-March 3, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 5]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hindman, Knott Co., October 19-21, 1914
[Box: 108, Folder: 6]
Investigation of trachoma in Knox Co. public schools, October 1914
[Box: 108, Folder: 7]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Barboursville, Knox Co., May 16-20, 1921
[Box: 108, Folder: 8]
USPHS Trachoma Hospital, London, Laurel Co., August 1915
[Box: 108, Folder: 9]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Wooten, Leslie Co., November 30 and December 1-2, 1920
[Box: 108, Folder: 10]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Whitesburg, Letcher Co., 1920-1921
[Box: 108, Folder: 11]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Stanford, Lincoln Co., November 8-9 and December 12-13, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 12]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Salyersville, Magoffin Co., September 28-October 2, 1920
[Box: 108, Folder: 13]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Salyersville, Magoffin Co., September 8-9, 1921
[Box: 108, Folder: 14]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Eddyville, Lyon Co., November 17-19, 1920
[Box: 108, Folder: 15]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Berea, Madison Co., February 16, 1915
[Box: 108, Folder: 16]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Paducah, McCracken Co., July 1920
[Box: 108, Folder: 17]
Eye clinic, McCreary Co., undated
[Box: 108, Folder: 18]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., November 8-10, 1921
[Box: 108, Folder: 19]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Tompkinsville, Monroe Co., September 14-16, 1920
[Box: 108, Folder: 20]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., January 11-14, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 21]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, West Liberty, Morgan Co., October 24-25, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 22]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Frenchburg, Menifee Co., September 26-28, 1924
[Box: 108, Folder: 23]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenville, Muhlenberg Co., December 1915
[Box: 108, Folder: 24]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Witherspoon College, Buckhorn, Perry Co., March 18, 1915
[Box: 108, Folder: 25]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pikeville, Pike Co., July 18, 1916
[Box: 108, Folder: 26]
Investigations of Trachoma in the Highland Orphans Home, Clay City, Powell Co., April 14, 1916
[Box: 108, Folder: 27]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co., September 13-15, 1916
[Box: 108, Folder: 28]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co., August 15-19, 1921
[Box: 108, Folder: 29]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co., December 5-7, 1922
[Box: 108, Folder: 30]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co., January 8-9, 1923
[Box: 108, Folder: 31]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co., July 26-27, 1923
[Box: 108, Folder: 32]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co., May 9-11, 1922
[Box: 109, Folder: 1]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Georgetown, Scott Co., March 3, 1915
[Box: 109, Folder: 2]
Trachoma clinics, Campbellsville, Taylor Co., 1922
[Box: 109, Folder: 3]
USPHS Trachoma Service, Elkton, Todd Co., November 2-5, 1921
[Box: 109, Folder: 4]
Trachoma clinic, Trigg Co., 1922
[Box: 109, Folder: 5]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morganfield, Union Co., September 12-13, 1922
[Box: 109, Folder: 6]
Trachoma clinic, Washington Co., 1923
[Box: 109, Folder: 7]
Trachoma in Wayne Co., 1922
[Box: 109, Folder: 8]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, London, Whitley Co., January 19, 1920
[Box: 109, Folder: 9]
Trachoma in Woodford Co., 1914, 1924
[Box: 109, Folder: 10]
USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McGuffey, Hardin Co., Ohio, September 7-8, 1920
[Box: 109, Folder: 11]
Individual Patient Case Files
Oaks, Alfred Fremont and Ollie May 1904
[Box: 109, Folder: 12]
Amburgey, Linville, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 13]
Amburgey, Simeon, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 14]
Combs, Cappie, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 15]
Combs, Julia, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 16]
Combs, Sarah, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 17]
Combs, Wesley, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 18]
Doyle, J.A., 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 19]
Gent, Allie, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 20]
Hays, Eaphnau, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 21]
Martin, Sara, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 22]
Whitaker, Bettie, 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 23]
Whitaker, John P., 1908
[Box: 109, Folder: 24]
Combs, Dora, 1909
[Box: 109, Folder: 25]
Engle, Leslie, 1909
[Box: 109, Folder: 26]
Hogg, Kelley, 1909
[Box: 109, Folder: 27]
Stallard, Jahlia, 1909
[Box: 109, Folder: 28]
Stewart, Arrie, 1909
[Box: 109, Folder: 29]
Walker, Sallie Cornett, 1909
[Box: 109, Folder: 30]
Combs, Cora, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 31]
Combs, Jane, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 32]
Combs, Perlina, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 33]
Combs, Washington, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 34]
Glibert, Stephen, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 35]
Grigsby, Charles, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 36]
Johnson, male child, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 37]
Martin, Johnnie, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 38]
Piginon, Owen, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 39]
Wilson, 1910
[Box: 109, Folder: 40]
Amburgey, Nancy, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 41]
Baker, Delia, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 42]
Cornett, Cora, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 43]
Moore, Mollie, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 44]
Morgan, Lucinda, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 45]
Morgan, Elizabeth, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 46]
Richie, Leona, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 47]
Watts, Bessie, 1911
[Box: 109, Folder: 48]
Akers, Dewey
[Box: 110, Folder: 1]
Allen, Isabel, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 2]
Collier, Ethel, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 3]
Combs, Fred, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 4]
Cornett, William, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 5]
Diamond, Mary Frances Louisa Childers "Nannie Lou", 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 6]
Ferrell, John, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 7]
Francis, James Daniel, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 8]
Jett, Emma, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 9]
Neal, William, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 10]
Tuggle, Fannie Lee, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 11]
Vires, Elvira, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 12]
Watts, Harlan, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 13]
Wells, William, 1912
[Box: 110, Folder: 14]
Barrett, Mrs. (Breathitt County), 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 15]
Craft, David, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 16]
Chasteen, "Bud" James, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 17]
Chasteen, George, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 18]
Chasteen, John, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 19]
Combs, Lula, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 20]
Combs, William, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 21]
Cornett, Hazel, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 22]
Coulter, boy, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 23]
Henderson, Alfred, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 24]
Hicks, Myrtle, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 25]
Jenkins, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 26]
McKenney, Madgie and Goldie May, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 27]
Nichols, Flora, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 28]
Owens, Jennie Virginia (marries Robert Wilson), 1913 (1 of 2)
[Box: 110, Folder: 29]
Owens, Jennie Virginia (marries Robert Wilson), 1913 (2 of 2)
[Box: 110, Folder: 30]
Patrick, Lula, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 31]
Ritchie, Rebecca, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 32]
Shepherd, Solomon (son of Abe Shepherd), 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 33]
Slone, Walter, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 34]
Smith, Sarah, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 35]
Smith, Simon, 1913
[Box: 110, Folder: 36]
Crane, Lottie, 1914
[Box: 110, Folder: 37]
Jones, Mary, 1914
[Box: 110, Folder: 38]
McGuire, A.E., 1914
[Box: 110, Folder: 39]
Martin, Lizzie Ethel, 1914
[Box: 110, Folder: 40]
Robinson, Ollie, 1914
[Box: 110, Folder: 41]
Baker, Beckham and Sarah, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 42]
Davis, boy (McCreary County), 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 43]
Hinkle, Benjamin, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 44]
Hounshell, Harry, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 45]
Oney, Allen, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 46]
Peterman, Nettie, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 47]
Samples, Katie, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 48]
Seals, Eliza, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 49]
Shelton, Anna, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 50]
Smith, Claude, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 51]
Smith, Mary, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 52]
Spencer, Mrs. Jack and baby, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 53]
Spurlock, Servia, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 54]
Turner, Andrew, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 55]
Wilson, Essie, 1915
[Box: 110, Folder: 56]
Barnes, Bettie, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 1]
Carmen, Issac, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 2]
Caudill, Fanny, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 3]
Clemmons, Alice and Everett, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 4]
Coyle, William, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 5]
Flenner, daughter of J.J. Flenner, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 6]
Leddington, Mollie, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 7]
Murphy, William, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 8]
Patch, Lula Doyle Hazel, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 9]
Phillips, Mrs. J.B., 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 10]
Pratt, Rovie Ellen, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 11]
Riley, John, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 12]
Samuel, Alma, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 13]
Smith, Ella May, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 14]
Smith, Masie Ethel, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 15]
Thompson, Mary, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 16]
Warren, Amanda, 1916
[Box: 111, Folder: 17]
Abbott, girl, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 18]
Akeman, Polle, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 19]
Barnes, Grayson, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 20]
Baylor, Hallie, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 21]
Begley, Gran, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 22]
Calhoun, Mr., 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 23]
Causey, Mary, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 24]
Conley, Martha, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 25]
Cromer, Gertrude, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 26]
Davis, Will, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 27]
Fuller, Ida, Green, Bessie, and Minnie, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 28]
Gabbard, Clay, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 29]
Gordy, Mark, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 30]
Hall, Sarah, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 31]
Hall, Thomas, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 32]
Hamlin, Mrs., 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 33]
Hinton, Ethel, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 34]
Horine, child, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 35]
Hughes, Nelson, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 36]
Hughes, Mrs. Bell, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 37]
Jett, Maggie, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 38]
Jones, Mary, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 39]
Lykans, Fred, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 40]
McPherson, Beatrice, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 41]
Mosely, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 42]
Perkins, Bertha, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 43]
Reynolds, Essie, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 44]
Russell, baby of Floyd, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 45]
Sloan, Ezra, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 46]
Sloan, Louarkey, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 47]
Sloan, Noah, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 48]
Sloan, Willard, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 49]
Smith, Larcenie, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 50]
Trosper, Robert G., 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 51]
Wallers, Pearly and Jane, 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 52]
White, baby (child of Agnes White, Lexington), 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 53]
White, Mr. (Montgomery County), 1917
[Box: 111, Folder: 54]
Anderson, Joseph and Elizabeth, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 1]
Baker, Taylor, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 2]
Blanton, Chester, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 3]
Boggs, L.F., 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 4]
Bramback, Georgia, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 5]
Chapman, Curry, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 6]
Darrell, Clarence, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 7]
Evans, Belva, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 8]
Harris, Burchell, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 9]
Hillman, Ethel, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 10]
Holland, Roxie, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 11]
Howard, Clara, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 12]
Isom, Mrs. Belle, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 13]
Minniard, Mossie, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 14]
Moore, Hugh, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 15]
Nobel, Bessie, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 16]
Pepper, Austin, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 17]
Phelps, Sam, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 18]
Pine Mountain Settlement School, Harlan County, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 19]
Richie, May, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 20]
Ritchie, Laurena, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 21]
Siler, Clara, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 22]
Simpson, Verdi, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 23]
Sizemore, Ida, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 24]
Sloan, Roxie, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 25]
Vaugh, William, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 26]
Vincent, Fairy Belle, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 27]
Wood, Icie C., 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 28]
Wood, Lieuverna, 1918
[Box: 112, Folder: 29]
Atkins, Martin (alias James Stanton), 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 30]
Clemmons, Angel, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 31]
Coe, Tim Edward, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 32]
Costello, Tony, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 33]
Cottrell, Jessie, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 34]
Cottrell, Thomas, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 35]
Creech, Charles, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 36]
Flint, Bessie, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 37]
Hubbard, George, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 38]
Lane, Harry, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 39]
McKenzie, Wallace, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 40]
Shepherd, Sarah, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 41]
Smedley, W.A., 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 42]
Spencer, Lucy, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 43]
Tolliever, Ed, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 44]
Tuck, Hattie, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 45]
White, Chloe, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 46]
Wooderck, Johnnie, 1919
[Box: 112, Folder: 47]
Adams, Ophelia, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 48]
Baxter, Robert, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 49]
Blanton, Claude, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 50]
Bobbitt, Harry, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 51]
Caudill, Altie, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 52]
Click, Don, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 53]
Coulter, Mrs. Josie, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 54]
Cox, Louise, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 55]
Crockett, Joe, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 56]
Hampton, Edgar, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 57]
Lytle, Woodward, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 58]
Robinson, Waldo, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 59]
Terry, Thomas Henry, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 60]
Vandergrift, Joe, 1920
[Box: 112, Folder: 61]
Adams, Theda, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 1]
Arnett, Ernest, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 2]
Bradley, Luther, 1921-1925
[Box: 113, Folder: 3]
Bradley, Luther, 1926-1933
[Box: 113, Folder: 4]
Combs, Harvey, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 5]
Griffin, baby, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 6]
Hall, Allie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 7]
Jarvis, Hansel, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 8]
Jesse, Nellie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 9]
Johnson, Mrs. Stevie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 10]
Jones, John Ed, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 11]
McGraw, John, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 12]
McIntosh, Reed, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 13]
Meeks, Pauline, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 14]
Murphy, Maggie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 15]
Murphy, Orie Marie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 16]
Neal, Earl, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 17]
Neal, Gracie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 18]
Neal, Lonzo, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 19]
Neal, Milford and Sallie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 20]
Patton, Bettie, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 21]
Powell, J.W., 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 22]
Rowe, Clementine, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 23]
Shelton, Lena, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 24]
Shields, Irene, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 25]
Sparks, Pete, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 26]
Tincher, Ann, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 27]
Wilson, Andrew, 1921
[Box: 113, Folder: 28]
Adam, Mrs. J.C., 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 1]
Adams, Grace, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 2]
Adams, Johnnie, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 3]
Akers, May, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 4]
Brown, Ethel, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 5]
Burden, Nell, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 6]
Burden, Roxie, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 7]
Burdine, LeRoy (father of Fred Burdine), 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 8]
Carpenter, Louise, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 9]
Cavanaugh, Gammon, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 10]
Cox, Beulah, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 11]
Day, Edgar, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 12]
Day, Julia, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 13]
Day, Will, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 14]
Greathouse, Cecil, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 15]
Hughes, Otie, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 16]
Hubbard, Jennie, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 17]
Ison, June, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 18]
Jacobs, Clarence, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 19]
Jett, girl (Mrs. Zike Jett, mother), 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 20]
Jones, Millard, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 21]
Kellar, Paul, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 22]
McGeorge, Martha, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 23]
McIntire, Estill, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 24]
Mobley, Lola, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 25]
Mullins, Vernon, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 26]
Murphy, Margaret, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 27]
Parsons, Pearl, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 28]
Philips, children (H.T. Philips, father), 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 29]
Prater, girl (daughter of Wm. Prater), 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 30]
Raw, Andrew, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 31]
Reynolds, Baby, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 32]
Shepherd, James (son of Abe Shepherd), 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 33]
Smith, Charles, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 34]
Smith, Cloyd, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 35]
Smith, R. G., 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 36]
Strong, Leslie, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 37]
Taylor, daughter (Ofie Taylor, father), 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 38]
Unknown, John, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 39]
Watkins, Robert, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 40]
Williamson, Anderson, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 41]
York, Clarence, 1922
[Box: 114, Folder: 42]
Adams, Glenn, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 1]
Adams, Margie, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 2]
Adams, Thomas R.T., 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 3]
Aldridge, Thomas, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 4]
Aldridge, Willie, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 5]
Anderson, Wallace, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 6]
Anthony, Jeanette, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 7]
Asbury, girl (daughter of Seth Asbury), 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 8]
Baker, Raymond, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 9]
Black, Paul, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 10]
Bloomfield, Tiller, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 11]
Bradley, girl (daughter of W.H. Bradley), 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 12]
Brandenburg, Lonnie (Son of Floyd and Alice Brandenburg), 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 13]
Brien, Mrs. John L., 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 14]
Brown, Chester, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 15]
Carpenter, Gladys, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 16]
Coblin, Joseph, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 17]
Courtney, Mary Ellen, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 18]
Crisp, Ollie, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 19]
Davis, Josephine, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 20]
Flinders, Kenneth, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 21]
Garrison, Bonnie, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 22]
Garrison, Essie May, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 23]
Hall, child of Floyd Hall, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 24]
Hamblin, Alonzo, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 25]
Hammons, Buster, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 26]
Henry, Leathers, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 27]
Herrington, Lillian F., 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 28]
Hicks, Booten, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 29]
Hicks, Ellie Louise, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 30]
Hinton, Charles, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 31]
Holland, Herbert, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 32]
Honeycutt, Rolan, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 33]
Johnson,Martha, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 34]
Jones, William Lee, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 35]
Jordan, Harley, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 36]
Kegley, Ruby, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 37]
King, Luella, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 38]
McGarvey, Mary Alice, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 39]
Morgan, Louis, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 40]
Noonchester, Verna, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 41]
Patrick, Crocket, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 42]
Penix, John, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 43]
Pierson, 3 children of Girdie Pierson, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 44]
Poole, Thomas, 1923
[Box: 115, Folder: 45]
Saylor, Mathilda, 1923 (1 of 2)
[Box: 115, Folder: 46]
Saylor, Mathilda, 1923 (2 of 2)
[Box: 115, Folder: 47]
Shepherd, Linda and Shirley (daughters of Abe Shepherd), 1923 (1 of 2)
[Box: 116, Folder: 1]
Shepherd, Linda and Shirley (daughters of Abe Shepherd), 1923 (2 of 2)
[Box: 116, Folder: 2]
Stanley, child (Charles Stanley, father), 1923
[Box: 116, Folder: 3]
Vandiver, Floye, 1923
[Box: 116, Folder: 4]
White, Gracey S., 1923
[Box: 116, Folder: 5]
Whitehouse, Arch, 1923
[Box: 116, Folder: 6]
Williams, Lula, 1923
[Box: 116, Folder: 7]
Beckett, Clyde, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 8]
Breeding, Willie, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 9]
Cox, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 10]
Daniels, Hazel Sloan, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 11]
Day, Elsie, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 12]
Escridge, Lester, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 13]
Gilbert, Henry, circa 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 14]
Haney, Maggie, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 15]
Hobbs, Laura Belle, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 16]
Jessup, child (child of Eula Jessup), 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 17]
Johnson, Arnie, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 18]
Judd, Bessie, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 19]
Kennedy, William, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 20]
Kiser, W.R., 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 21]
Kittinger, Leslie, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 22]
Kratzer, Robert S., 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 23]
McKinney, Rachel, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 24]
McQueen, Geraldine, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 25]
Mankin, Mrs. Stone, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 26]
Napier, Helen, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 27]
Sears, Bertha, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 28]
Steel, Opal, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 29]
Stewart, Dorsey, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 30]
Vaughn, Joe, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 31]
Warner, Mandy, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 32]
Watts, Mrs. Lottie & child, 1924
[Box: 116, Folder: 33]
Blount, Mary Clay, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 34]
Bramlett, Kenneth, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 35]
Edge, boy (son of Gertrude Edge), 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 36]
Godsey, Granville, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 37]
Greene, Fred, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 38]
Hurt, Flossie, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 39]
Isom, J.D., 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 40]
Lewis, A.V., 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 41]
May, Neal, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 42]
Raisor, Clarence, 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 43]
Wellman, Bramley, Jr., 1925
[Box: 116, Folder: 44]
Combs, William, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 45]
Feltner, Ray, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 46]
Hamm, Oscar, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 47]
Hinkle, Lige, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 48]
Hoskins, Elsie, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 49]
Howard, Mary, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 50]
McGenitis, Clyde, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 51]
Reid, Sarah, 1926
[Box: 116, Folder: 52]
Restricted Case Files
1927-1928, 1929 (A-K)
[Box: 117, Folder: 1-49]
1929 (L-T), 1930-1932,1933 (A-J)
[Box: 118, Folder: 1-52]
1933 (L-W), 1934, 1935 (A-G)
[Box: 119, Folder: 1-51]
1935 (H-W), 1936 (A-D)
[Box: 120, Folder: 1-42]
1936 (E-W), 1937, 1938 (A-B)
[Box: 121, Folder: 1-55]
1938 (C-W), 1939, 1940 (B-F)
[Box: 122, Folder: 1-58]
1940 (H-W), 1941 (A-E)
[Box: 123, Folder: 1-57]
1941 (F-L)
[Box: 124, Folder: 1-40]
1941 (M-Sm)
[Box: 125, Folder: 1-43]
1941(Sp-Y), 1942 (A-Br)
[Box: 126, Folder: 1-41]
1942 (Bu-J)
[Box: 127, Folder: 1-42]
1942 (K-S)
[Box: 128, Folder: 1-44]
1942 (T-W), 1943 (A-D)
[Box: 129, Folder: 1-44]
1943 (E-M)
[Box: 130, Folder: 1-51]
1943 (N-Z), 1944 (A-F)
[Box: 131, Folder: 1-52]
1944 (G-T)
[Box: 132, Folder: 1-44]
1944 (W), 1945 (A-M)
[Box: 133, Folder: 1-54]
1945 (Mi-W), 1946 (A-C)
[Box: 134, Folder: 1-52]
1946 (D)-1946 (M)
[Box: 135, Folder: 1-51]
1946 (N-Y), 1947(A-C)
[Box: 136, Folder: 1-57]
1947(D-L)
[Box: 137, Folder: 1-59]
1947 (Mc-Sm)
[Box: 138, Folder: 1-57]
1947 (Sm-Y),1948 (A-Cr)
[Box: 139, Folder: 1-62]
1948 (D-P)
[Box: 140, Folder: 1-55]
1948 (R-W), 1949 (A-G)
[Box: 141, Folder: 1-59]
1949 (H-St)
[Box: 142, Folder: 1-52]
1949 (T-Y), 1950 (A-L)
[Box: 143, Folder: 1-62]
1950 (M-W), 1951 (A)
[Box: 144, Folder: 1-57]
1951 (B-G)
[Box: 145, Folder: 1-58]
1951 (H-S)
[Box: 146, Folder: 1-56]
1951 (T-W), 1952 (A-P)
[Box: 147, Folder: 1-62]
1952 (R-Y) , 1953 (A-B)
[Box: 148, Folder: 1-59]
1953 (C-F)
[Box: 149, Folder: 1-58]
1953 (G-P)
[Box: 150, Folder: 1-60]
1953 (R-Y), 1954 (A-Ca)
[Box: 151, Folder: 1-62]
1954 (Co-P)
[Box: 152, Folder: 1-63]
1954 (R-W), 1955 (B-W), 1956 (Am)
[Box: 153, Folder: 1-63]
1956 (An-F)
[Box: 154, Folder: 1-68]
1956 (G-M)
[Box: 155, Folder: 1-59]
1956 (N-Y), 1957 (Ab-Ad)
[Box: 156, Folder: 1-72]
1957 (Al-Go)
[Box: 157, Folder: 1-65]
1957 (Gr-Ra)
[Box: 158, Folder: 1-82]
1957 (Re-Y), 1958 (A-G)
[Box: 159, Folder: 1-85]
1958 (H-W), undated (B-V), no names (1913-1958)
[Box: 160, Folder: 1-85]
Index files alphabetical by county
[Box: 161]
Index files alphabetical by county, 1919 county files of WWI deceased soldiers, files of Mountain Fund patients, 1908-1928
[Box: 162]
PUBLICATIONS, 1812-1974, undated
BRAILLE BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
Revised Braille for Reading and Writing Grade One and a Half, 1943
[Box: 163, Folder: 1]
Miscellaneous Braille books, undated
[Box: 163, Folder: 2]
Catalog of Press Braille Books Provided by the Library of Congress, 1931-1938, 1939-1940, 1942-1943, 1943-1944, 1941-1942, 1931-1948, 1948-1954
[Box: 163, Folder: 3]
The Kentucky Colonel: the Student Magazine of the Kentucky School for the Blind, November 1952
[Box: 163, Folder: 4]
Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind, December 1953
[Box: 163, Folder: 5]
The Children's Friend: a Journal in Braille for Blind Children, May 1943 and February 1944
[Box: 163, Folder: 6]
Primer of Braille Music, 1930
[Box: 163, Folder: 7]
Talking Book Topics: v. XIII, nos. 3-4; v. XIV, no. 4; v. XV, nos. 1, 4; v. XVI, no. 3; v. XVII, nos. 1-4; v. XVIII, nos. 1-4
[Box: 164, Folder: 1]
Talking Book Topics: v. 19, nos. 1, 4-5 (1953); v.20, nos. 1-6 (1954); v. 21, nos. 1-6 (1955); v. 22, nos. 1, 3-6 (1956); v. 23, nos. 1, 3, 5-6 (1957); v. 24, nos. 1-2; v. XIV, no. 1; v. 24, no. 4; v. 25, no. 2 (1959)
[Box: 164, Folder: 2]
SERIALS AND JOURNALS
Scope and Content Note:

This series contain journals, newsletters, and reviews that were published monthly, quarterly, bi-annually, and annually. They are grouped together by title and then filed chronologically within each group. The range stretches from the American Federation for the Blind to Training in Courtesy. Many groups are not complete, but do represent the types of journals, newsletters, and reviews that Linda Neville received. Many also contain hand-written notes from Linda Neville.

The American Journal of Nursing-American Medical Association
The American Journal of Nursing, v. XXV, no. 10, 1925
[Box: 164, Folder: 3]
American Annual Legislation Review, Seventh Annual Meeting, March 1914
[Box: 164, Folder: 4]
The American Labor Legislation Review, v. IX, no. 2, June 1919
[Box: 164, Folder: 5]
American Medical Association Bulletin, v. 18, no. 4, May 1913
[Box: 164, Folder: 6]
American Medical Association Conservation of Vision Series
[Box: 164, Folder: 7]
A Plan of Campaign for Conservation of Vision, Committee on Conservation of Visions, 1913 [2 copies]
Pamphlet I: Schoolchildren's Eyes, Frank Allport, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
Pamphlet II: Industrial and Household Accidents to the Eye, Harold Gifford, M.D., 1913 [2 copies]
Pamphlet III: Wearing glasses, Walter B. Lancaster, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
Pamphlet IV: The Relation of Illumination to Visual Efficiency, Ellice M. Alger, M.D., 1913 [2 copies]
Pamphlet VI: Auto-Intoxication and the Eye, Henry Dickson Bruns, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
Pamphlet VII: Eye-Strain, Hiram Woods, M.D., 1914
Pamphlet VIII: Lenses and Refraction, Frank Allport, M.D., 1914
Pamphlet IX: The Eye and its Functions, Frank Allport, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
American Medical Association Conservation of Vision Series
[Box: 164, Folder: 8]
Pamphlet X: Care of the Eyes, Frank Allport, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
Pamphlet XI: Opthalmia Neonatorum, F. Park Lewis, M.D., undated [2 copies]
Pamphlet XII: Ordinary Eye Diseases, Lee W. Dean, M.D., 1914
Pamphlet XIII: Usual and Unusual Eye Accidents, E.C Ellett, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
Pamphlet XIV: Visual Requirements of Transportation Employees, J.J Carroll, M.D., 1914 [2 copies]
Pamphlet XV: Ocular Hygiene in Schools, S.D Risley. M.D., undated [2 copies]
Pamphlet XVIII: Preparations for the Oncoming of Blindness, F. Park Lewis, M.D., undated
Conservation of Vision and Prevention of Blindness, G.E. DeSchweinitz., M.D., 1916
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review-Bureau of School Service
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, October 1865
[Box: 165, Folder: 1]
Bulletin: Chicago School of Sanitary Blindness, December 1911
[Box: 165, Folder: 2]
Bulletin of the Department of Education: v. IV, no. 4 (1911)
[Box: 165, Folder: 3]
Health and Hygiene: v. I, series 23 (1912)
[Box: 165, Folder: 4]
Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. VII, no. 7 (1935); v. VIII, no. 9, 12 (1936); v. IX, no. 2 (1936); v. IX, no. 7 (1937); v. X, no. 3 [three copies], 5 (1937)
[Box: 165, Folder: 5]
Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. X, no. 8 (1938); v. XI, no. 2 (1938)
[Box: 165, Folder: 6]
Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. XI, no. 8, 12 (1939); v. XII, no. 1, 3 (1939)
[Box: 165, Folder: 7]
Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. XIV, no. 1 (1940); v. XV, no. 3 (1942)
[Box: 165, Folder: 8]
Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. XV, no. 6 (1943); v. XVI, no. 3 (1943); v. XIX, no. 7 (1947)
[Box: 165, Folder: 9]
Bureau of School Service: v. XIV, no. 2 (1941)
[Box: 165, Folder: 10]
Bulletin of the State Board of Kentucky
v. I, no. 10 (1911) [2 copies]
[Box: 165, Folder: 11]
v. II, no. 6 [2 copies]; v. III, no. 2 (1913)
[Box: 165, Folder: 12]
v. III (1914)
[Box: 165, Folder: 13]
v. V (1915) [2 copies]
[Box: 165, Folder: 14]
v. VI (1916)
[Box: 165, Folder: 15]
v. IX, no. 4 (1919)
[Box: 166, Folder: 1]
v. XI, no. 5 (1921)
[Box: 166, Folder: 2]
Health Plays, Games and Assemblies by Louisville School Children (1922)
[Box: 166, Folder: 3]
v. XIV, no. 1 (1924)
[Box: 166, Folder: 4]
v. II, no. 5 (1929)
[Box: 166, Folder: 5]
v. II, no. 3 (1930)
[Box: 166, Folder: 6]
v. III, no. 11; v. IV, no. 1 (1931)
[Box: 166, Folder: 7]
v. IV, nos. 6-7; v. IV, no. 10 (1932); v. V, no. 12 (1933)
[Box: 166, Folder: 8]
v. VI, no. 9; v. VI, no. 11 (1934) [2 copies]
[Box: 166, Folder: 9]
undated
[Box: 166, Folder: 10]
Occupational Efficiency of the Mentally Defective-The Labor Bulletin
Occupational Efficiency of the Mentally Defective, v. XXVII, no. 55 (1924)
[Box: 166, Folder: 11]
The Blind Population of the United States, Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census, Bulletin 130 (1910)
[Box: 166, Folder: 12]
Carry On: A Magazine on the Reconstruction of Disabled Soldiers and Sailors, v. I, no. 3 (1918)
[Box: 166, Folder: 13]
Charity Organization Bulletin, v. III, nos. 2-3 (1912)
[Box: 166, Folder: 14]
The Labor Bulletin, v. 7, no. 4 (1919)
[Box: 166, Folder: 15]
Child Welfare News Summary
1924
v. 6, no. 4
[Box: 166, Folder: 16]
v. 6, nos. 5, 7
[Box: 166, Folder: 17]
v. 6, nos. 8-12
[Box: 166, Folder: 18]
v. 6, nos. 13-16
[Box: 166, Folder: 19]
v. 6, nos. 17-19
[Box: 166, Folder: 20]
v. 6, nos. 20-22
[Box: 166, Folder: 21]
v. 6, nos. 23-25
[Box: 167, Folder: 1]
v. 6, no. 26
[Box: 167, Folder: 2]
v. 6, nos. 28-30
[Box: 167, Folder: 3]
v. 6, nos. 31-34
[Box: 167, Folder: 4]
v. 6, nos. 35-36
[Box: 167, Folder: 5]
1925
v. 7, nos. 1-3
[Box: 167, Folder: 6]
v. 7, nos. 4-6
[Box: 167, Folder: 7]
v. 7, nos. 7-8
[Box: 167, Folder: 8]
v. 7, nos. 9-11
[Box: 167, Folder: 9]
v. 7, no. 13
[Box: 167, Folder: 10]
Christian Baptist-The Quarterly Bulletin of the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies
Christian Baptist, v. V, no. 12 (1828)
[Box: 167, Folder: 11]
The Cincinnati Pioneer, July 1874
[Box: 167, Folder: 12]
Collected Studies from the Bureau of Laboratories, Dr. William H. Park, v. VII (1912-1913)
[Box: 167, Folder: 13]
The Complete Preacher, January 1878
[Box: 167, Folder: 14]
The Crippled Child, v. 2, no. 4 (1924)
[Box: 167, Folder: 15]
The Farmers' Register, v. VIII, no. 5 (1840)
[Box: 167, Folder: 16]
The Family, v. VIII, no. 7 (1927)
[Box: 167, Folder: 17]
Forward, v. I, no. 3 (1917)
[Box: 167, Folder: 18]
The Frenchburg Reporter, v. 26, no. 4 (1953)
[Box: 167, Folder: 19]
The Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, v. I, no. 2 (1925) [two copies]
[Box: 167, Folder: 20]
The Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, v. I, no. 3 (1926)
[Box: 167, Folder: 21]
The Quarterly Bulletin of the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, v. II, no. 3; v. III, no. 1 (1927)
[Box: 167, Folder: 22]
The Quarterly Bulletin of the Frontier Nursing Service
v. IV, nos. 1-2 (1928)
[Box: 167, Folder: 23]
v. IV, no. 4; v. V, no. 2 (1929)
[Box: 167, Folder: 24]
v. VI, no. 1 (1930)
[Box: 167, Folder: 25]
v. VII, no. 1 (1931)
[Box: 167, Folder: 26]
v. VII, no. 3; v. VIII, no. 1 (1932)
[Box: 167, Folder: 27]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes Frontier Nursing Primer, (1932)

v. X, no. 3 (1935)
[Box: 167, Folder: 28]
v. XII, no. 4; v. XIV, no. 1 (1938)
[Box: 168, Folder: 1]
v. XV, no. 3; v. XVI, no. 1 (1940)
[Box: 168, Folder: 2]
v. XVI, no. 4; v. XVII, no. 1 (1941)
[Box: 168, Folder: 3]
v. 19, no. 1 (1943)
[Box: 168, Folder: 4]
v. 19, no. 3 (1944)
[Box: 168, Folder: 5]
v. 20, no. 4; v. 21, no. 1 (1945), unknown volume [1945]
[Box: 168, Folder: 6]
v. 21, nos. 3-4; v. 22, nos. 1-2 (1946)
[Box: 168, Folder: 7]
v. 22, no. 4; v. 23, nos. 1-2 (1947)
[Box: 168, Folder: 8]
v. 23, nos. 3-4; v. 24, nos. 1-2 (1948)
[Box: 168, Folder: 9]
v. 24, nos. 3-4; v. 25, nos. 1-2 (1949)
[Box: 168, Folder: 10]
v. 25, no. 4; v. 26, nos. 1-2 (1950)
[Box: 168, Folder: 11]
v. 26, nos. 3-4; v. 27, nos. 1-2 (1926)
[Box: 168, Folder: 12]
v. 27, nos. 3-4; v. 28, nos. 1-2 (1952)
[Box: 168, Folder: 13]
v. 28, no. 3; v. 29, no. 2 (1953)
[Box: 169, Folder: 1]
v. 29, no. 4; v. 30, nos. 1-2 (1954)
[Box: 169, Folder: 2]
v. 30, nos. 2-3; v. 31, nos. 1-2 (1955)
[Box: 169, Folder: 3]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes Thirty Years Onward, 1925-1955

v. 31, nos. 3-4; v. 32, nos. 1-2 (1956)
[Box: 169, Folder: 4]
v. 32, nos. 3-4; v. 33, no. 1-2 (1957)
[Box: 169, Folder: 5]
v. 33, no. 3; v. 34, nos. 1-2 (1958)
[Box: 169, Folder: 6]
v. 34, no. 3 (1958)
[Box: 169, Folder: 7]
Indiana Bulletin of Charities and Correction-The Sight Saving Class Exchange
Indiana Bulletin of Charities and Correction, March 1919
[Box: 169, Folder: 8]
Journal of Exceptional Children, March 1949
[Box: 169, Folder: 9]
The Kentucky Cardinal, v. XIII, no. 1 (1959)
[Box: 169, Folder: 10]
Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 4, no. 2 (1942)
[Box: 169, Folder: 11]
Commonwealth of Kentucky Educational Bulletin: v. III, no. 12 (1936); v. XVII, no. 12 (1950)
[Box: 169, Folder: 12]
Kentucky Common School Laws, v. II, no. 4 (1934); unknown volume [1926]
[Box: 169, Folder: 13]
Kentucky Common School Laws, v. XVIII, no. 4 (1950)
[Box: 169, Folder: 14]
Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 1, nos. 4-6 (1939)
[Box: 170, Folder: 1]
Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 1, no. 12; v. 2, nos. 1-5 (1940)
[Box: 170, Folder: 2]
Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 2, no. 7 (1941)
[Box: 170, Folder: 3]
Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 4, no. 5 (1943)
[Box: 170, Folder: 4]
The Kentucky Highlander, v. 1, no. 1 (1922)
[Box: 170, Folder: 5]
Kentucky Law Journal, v. XLIII, no. 1 (1954)
[Box: 170, Folder: 6]
Kentucky Medical Journal, v. 35, nos. 2, 12 (1937); Women's Auxiliary Section, v. VI, nos. 1, 3 (1937)
[Box: 170, Folder: 7]
Kentucky Medical Journal, v. 37, nos. 11-12; Women's Auxiliary Section, v. IX, no. 3 (1939)
[Box: 170, Folder: 8]
Kentucky Medical Journal, v. 39, no. 9; v. 42, no. 2 (1944)
[Box: 170, Folder: 9]
The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association, v. 52, no. 4; v. 53, no. 10 (1955)
[Box: 170, Folder: 10]
Light, May-July 1933
[Box: 170, Folder: 11]
The Missionary Reporter, v. II, no. 5 (1830)
[Box: 170, Folder: 12]
The Missionary Reporter, v. III, no. 2 (1831)
[Box: 170, Folder: 13]
Mountain Life and Work, v. II, no. IV (1927)
[Box: 170, Folder: 14]
The Bulletin of the National Society of Penal Information, September, December (1922); February (1923)
[Box: 170, Folder: 15]
The News Letter, nos. 7, 9 (1916); nos. 11, 14 (1917), no. 19 (1918)
[Box: 170, Folder: 16]
The News Letter, February (1920); June and December (1921); February, April, June, December (1922); April 1923; February, June, October, and December (1924); October (1925); April (1926); February, (1927); November (1928); December, (1928); February, June, and October (1930)
[Box: 171, Folder: 1]
The New York School of Social Work, v. XII, no. 2 (1919)
[Box: 171, Folder: 2]
Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. VIII, no. 2 (1914)
[Box: 171, Folder: 3]
Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. VIII, no. 4 (1915)
[Box: 171, Folder: 4]
Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. IX, no. 4, v. X, no. 3 (1916)
[Box: 171, Folder: 5]
Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. XIII, no. 3 (1918)
[Box: 171, Folder: 6]
Outlook for the Blind, v. XXVII, no. 4 (1933)
[Box: 171, Folder: 7]
The Pennsylvania School for Social Service, v. 10, no. 1 (1919-1920)
[Box: 171, Folder: 8]
The Pioneer, v. 1, no. 1 (1812)
[Box: 171, Folder: 9]
The Pioneer, v. 1, no. II (1812)
[Box: 171, Folder: 10]
The Presbyterian Preacher, no. 4 (1828)
[Box: 171, Folder: 11]
The Presbyterian Preacher, v. III, no I (1834)
[Box: 171, Folder: 12]
The Quarterly Review of the American Protestant Association, no. III (1844)
[Box: 171, Folder: 13]
The Reformer, v. II, no. XV (1821)
[Box: 171, Folder: 14]
The Sight Saving Class Exchange, no. 5 (December 1925); nos. 7-10 (March-October 1926); no. 13 April (1927); Sight-Saving Classes, Their Organization and Administration (1927); The Sight Slaving Class Exchange, no 14 May , no. 17 December (1927); no. 23 February, no. 26 June (1929)
[Box: 171, Folder: 15]
Sight Saving Class Exchange, no. 31, April (1930); no. 35 February, no. 36 March , no. 33 September, (1931); no. 40 October, (1932); no. 42 February, no. 43 April, no. 45, October, no. 46, November, (1933); no. 47 February, no. 48 April, no. 50 November, (1934)
[Box: 172, Folder: 1]
The Sight Saving Class Exchange, no 51 February, no. 53 June, no. 62 November (1935); no. 62 November (1937); no. 62 February, no. 64 April, no. 65 June (1938); no. 67 February, no. 68 April, no. 69 June (1939); no. 71 February, no. 73 June (1940); no. 75 February, no. 76 April, no. 78 November (1941); no. 79 February, no. 81 June, no. 82 November (1942)
[Box: 172, Folder: 2]
The Sight-Saving Review
v. 1, nos. 2-4 (1931)
[Box: 172, Folder: 3]
v. II, nos. 1-2, 4 (1932)
[Box: 172, Folder: 4]
v. III, nos. 1-2, 4 (1933)
[Box: 172, Folder: 5]
v. IV, nos. 1-4 (1934)
[Box: 172, Folder: 6]
v. V, nos. 1-3 (1935)
[Box: 172, Folder: 7]
v. VI, nos. 1-4 (1936)
[Box: 173, Folder: 1]
v. VII, nos. 1-4 (1937)
[Box: 173, Folder: 2]
v. VIII, nos. 1-4 (1938)
[Box: 173, Folder: 3]
v. IX, nos. 2, 4 (1939)
[Box: 173, Folder: 4]
v. X, nos. 1-4 (1940)
[Box: 173, Folder: 5]
v. XI, nos. 1-3 (1941)
[Box: 173, Folder: 6]
v. XII, nos. 1-3 (1942)
[Box: 174, Folder: 1]
v. XIII, nos. 2, 4 (1943)
[Box: 174, Folder: 2]
v. XIV, nos. 1-3 (1944)
[Box: 174, Folder: 3]
v. XV, nos. 1-3 (1945)
[Box: 174, Folder: 4]
v. XVI, nos. 1, 4 (1946)
[Box: 174, Folder: 5]
v. XVII, nos. 1-2 (1947)
[Box: 174, Folder: 6]
v. XVIII, nos. 1-4 (1948)
[Box: 174, Folder: 7]
v. XIX, nos. 1-4 (1949)
[Box: 174, Folder: 8]
v. XX, nos. 1-4 (1950)
[Box: 174, Folder: 9]
v. XXI, nos. 1-4 (1951)
[Box: 175, Folder: 1]
v. XXII, nos. 1-4 (1952)
[Box: 175, Folder: 2]
v. XXIII, nos. 1-4 (1953)
[Box: 175, Folder: 3]
v. XXIV, nos. 1-3 (1954)
[Box: 175, Folder: 4]
v. XXV, nos. 1-4 (1955)
[Box: 175, Folder: 5]
v. XXVI, nos. 1-4 (1956)
[Box: 175, Folder: 6]
v. XXVII, nos. 1-4 (1957)
[Box: 175, Folder: 7]
v. XXVIII, nos. 1-4 (1958)
[Box: 175, Folder: 8]
v. XXIX, nos. 1-4 (1959)
[Box: 175, Folder: 9]
v. XXX, no. 3 (1960)
[Box: 175, Folder: 10]
Journal of Social Hygiene
v. IV, no. 1 ((1918)
[Box: 176, Folder: 1]
v. IV, no. 4 (1918)
[Box: 176, Folder: 2]
v. V, nos. 1-2 (1919)
[Box: 176, Folder: 3]
v. XIV, no. 9 (1928)
[Box: 176, Folder: 4]
v. XV, nos. 1-2 (1929)
[Box: 176, Folder: 5]
v. XVI, nos. 1, 3-4 (1930)
[Box: 176, Folder: 6]
v. 24, nos. 1-4 (1938)
[Box: 176, Folder: 7]
v. 24, nos. 5-9 (1938)
[Box: 176, Folder: 8]
v. 25, nos. 1-3, 9 (1939)
[Box: 177, Folder: 1]
v. 26, nos. 2, 5, 9 (1940)
[Box: 177, Folder: 2]
v. 27, no. 2 (1941)
[Box: 177, Folder: 3]
The Social Service Review-Training in Courtesy
The Social Service Review, v. I, no. 2 (1927)
[Box: 177, Folder: 4]
The Southern Highlands, v. X, no. I (1925)
[Box: 177, Folder: 5]
Southern Poultry Journal, v. I, no. 4 (1876)
[Box: 177, Folder: 6]
The Sword and the Trowel, v. IX, no. 103 (1873)
[Box: 177, Folder: 7]
"Training for Philanthropic Service," University of Chicago Bulletin of Information, v. XVIII, no. 4 (1918)
[Box: 177, Folder: 8]
Training in Courtesy, Suggestions for Teaching Good Manners in Elementary School, no. 54 (1917)
[Box: 177, Folder: 9]
PAMPHLETS AND BULLETINS
Scope and Content Note:

These pamphlets, bulletins, and articles represent a wide variety of publications about blindness, trachoma, syphilis, and prison reform, from organizations such as the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, the National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, and the Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness. They are organized chronologically with dates of publication ranging from 1894-1958. Undated publications are organized alphabetically. Many of these publications have extensive hand-written notes from Linda Neville.

1894-1958
The Relation of Social Democracy to the Higher Education, Franklin H. Giddings, 1894
[Box: 178, Folder: 1]
Addresses Delivered in Honor of John Marshall Day, by members of the Fayette County Bar, February 14, 1901
[Box: 178, Folder: 2]
Lithemic Nasopharyngitis Due to Systemic Disturbance, J.A. Stucky, M.D. October 15, 1904
[Box: 178, Folder: 3]
The Midwives of New York, F. Elisabeth Crowell, 1906
[Box: 178, Folder: 4]
First Annual Report of the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, July 6, 1906-Nov. 30, 1907
[Box: 178, Folder: 5]
W.C.T.U. Settlement School, 1907
[Box: 178, Folder: 6]
The Toxic Amblyopias, Louis Stricker, M.D. 1908
[Box: 178, Folder: 7]
The Review of the Work Accomplished by the Blind Relief Commission of Hamilton County, Ohio, Louis Stricker, 1908
[Box: 178, Folder: 8]
Children Who Need Not Have Been Blind: Prevention a Public Duty, Special Committee on Prevention of Blindness, 1908
[Box: 178, Folder: 9]
Gonorrheal Conjunctivitis, L. S. Givens, 1908
[Box: 178, Folder: 10]
Prevention of Blindness-No. 1, New York Association for the Blind, 1908
[Box: 178, Folder: 11]
Needlessly Blind for Life, Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, 1909
[Box: 178, Folder: 12]
First Annual Report of the Committee on the Prevention of Blindness, 1909
[Box: 178, Folder: 13]
Inflammation of the Eyes in Newborn Children, Ophthalmia Neonatorum, 1909
[Box: 178, Folder: 14]
Directions to Mothers, Midwives and Nurses for the Prevention of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Committee on the Prevention of Blindness, 1909
[Box: 178, Folder: 15]
The Relation of Physical Defects to School Progress, Leonard P. Ayers, 1909
[Box: 178, Folder: 16]
Loan Exhibits and Lantern Slides to Illustrate Popular Lectures, Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1906
[Box: 178, Folder: 17]
Needlessly Blind for Life, Lucy Wright, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 18]
The Prevention of Blindness, F. Park Lewis, M.D., 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 19]
The Prevention of Blindness, F. Park Lewis. M. D., 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 20]
Conservation of Vision and the Prevention of Blindness, F. Park Lewis, M.D., 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 21]
Ophthalmia Neonatorum as a Cause of Blindness, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 22]
Why 250,000 Children Will Quit School, Luther H. Gulick, M.D., 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 23]
A Brief Account of Organized Work for the Prevention of Blindness, National Preventative Work, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 24]
Conservation of Eyesight: Phlyctenular Keratitis, Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 25]
Close Your Eyes for a Few Minutes, Try to Imagine What it Means to be Blind, The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 26]
The Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness, J.T.C. Noe, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 27]
Kentucky Stands Educationally 42nd, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 28]
Needlessly Blind for Life, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 29]
Possible Solution to the Midwife Problem, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 30]
Preventable Blindness, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom and Marion Hamilton Carter, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 31]
Report of the Sub Committee on the Interdependence of Medical and Social Work as Illustrated in Work for Prevention of Blindness and Conservation of Eyesight, Lucy Wright, 1910
[Box: 178, Folder: 32]
Double Gilioma of Retina, K.L. Stoll, M.D., 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 33]
Report of Eight Cases of Fatal Meningeal and Cerebral Complications of Suppurative Ethmoiditis, J.A. Stucky, M.D., 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 34]
The Child In the City: A Handbook of the Child Welfare Exhibit, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 35]
Ophthalmia Neonatorum: Progress in Prevention, Henry Copley Greene, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 36]
Prevention of Blindness: A Circular Letter, Prevention of Blindness Committee, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 37]
The Hygiene of Vision, F. Park Lewis, M.D., 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 38]
Preventable Blindness, W. Cheatham, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 39]
Ophthalmia Neonatorum: An Analysis of the Laws and Regulations Relating Thereto in Force in the United States, J.W. Kerr, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 40]
Third Annual Report of the Committee of the Prevention of Blindness of the New York Association for the Blind, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 41]
Second Annual Meeting of the American Association for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 42]
Visiting Obstetrical Nursing, Carolyn C. Van Blarcom, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 43]
Abstract of Report of Dr. J.A. Stucky, Lexington Ky., Made to the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Oto-Laryngology at Indianapolis, Ind., October, 1911, and the Kentucky State Board of Heath, State Board of Health, 1911
[Box: 178, Folder: 44]
A Campaign for Good Eyesight, Henry Copley Greene, 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 1]
Lexington Public Schools: Rules Governing the Board of Education and Schools, Order of the Board of Education, 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 2]
Manual of the Diseases of the Eye for Students and General Practitioners, Charles H. May, M.D., 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 3]
Monograph Series of the American Association for the Conservation of Vision, Henry Copley Greene, 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 4]
Practical Work in Sight-Saving, Ohio Commission for the Blind, 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 5]
The Review of the Midwife Situation, Arthur Brewster Emmons, M.D. and James Lincoln Huntington, M.D., 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 6]
Wisconsin State Association for the Blind, Annual Report, 1911
[Box: 179, Folder: 7]
Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs: Meeting Bulletin, 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 8]
The American Association for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality, Third Annual Meeting, 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 9]
Fourth Annual Report of the Committee on Prevention of Blindness, New York Association for the Blind, 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 10]
Report of the General Secretary to the National Committee on Prison Labor, Prison Labor Bulletin, 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 11]
Prevalence of Trachoma in the United States, John Green, Jr., M.D., 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 12]
Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit [Brochure/guide], 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 13]
Trachoma in Kentucky: Reports of Investigations into the Prevalence of Trachoma in the Mountains of Eastern Kentucky, John McMullen, 1912
[Box: 179, Folder: 14]
National Committee on Prison Labor, 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 15]
How to Make Child Labor Legislation More Effective, Samuel McCune Lindsay, 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 16]
Trachoma among the Natives of the Mountains of Eastern Kentucky, J.A. Stuckey, M.D., 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 17]
Wood Alcohol Causes Blindness, Prevention of Blindness, 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 18]
Medical School Inspection, Frank Allport, M.D., 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 19]
Road Making By Convict Labor, National Free Labor Union, 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 20]
Trachoma in Eastern Kentucky, J.A. Stucky. M.D., 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 21]
Trachoma: Its Prevalence and Control in the Public Schools of Cebu, Louis Schwartz, 1913
[Box: 179, Folder: 22]
Some Serious Eye Conditions the Result of Intra-Nasal and Nasal Accessory Sinus Disease, J.A. Stucky. M.D., 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 23]
Trachoma in Kentucky: a Report of a Sanitary Inspection of the Schools of Jefferson County, Ky., with Special Reference to the Prevalence of Trachoma, J.H. Oakley and Dunlop Moore and Lawrence Kolb, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 24]
Conservation of Vision, Frank Allport, M.D., 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 25]
Baby Saving Campaigns: A Preliminary Report on What American Cities are Doing to Prevent Infant Mortality, U.S. Department of Labor Children's Bureau, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 26]
Department of Conservation of Vision, George S. Derby and Henry Copley Greene, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 27]
How Whisky, Tobacco and Drugs Affect the Eyes, Edward Jackson, M.D., 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 28]
Labor Laws of Kentucky Pertaining to Labor Inspectors, Working Women, Child Labor, K.W. Newman, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 29]
Oneida Baptist Institute of Oneida Kentucky, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 30]
Photographic Exhibits on Babies' Sore Eyes, Wood Alcohol, Midwives, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 31]
The Public School System of Gary, Ind., William Paxton Burris, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 32]
Trachoma: A Survey of Its Prevalence in the Mountain Sections of North and South Carolina, A.D. Foster, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 33]
Trachoma: A Survey of Its Prevalence in the Mountain Sections of Virginia and West Virginia, Taliaferro Clark, 1914
[Box: 179, Folder: 34]
Trachoma: Handling an Outbreak of the Dreaded Eye-Disease, James M. Woltz, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 1]
The Backward Child, Frank Allport, M.D., 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 2]
Detachment of the Retina With a Preliminary Report on a New Operative Procedure, Edgar S. Thomson, M.D. and Thomas H. Curtin, M.D., 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 3]
State Legislation Concerning the Examination of School Children's Eyes, Ears, Noses, and Throats, Frank Allport M.D., 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 4]
Prison Efficiency, Hon. Thos. Mott Osborne, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 5]
Trachoma in the U.S., Gordon L. Berry, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 6]
Public Health Measures in Relation to Venereal Diseases, William F. Snow, M.D., 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 7]
Trachoma: Its Prevalence, Its Effects Upon Vision, and the Methods of Control and Eradication, Gordon L. Berry, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 8]
Administration of Child Labor Laws, Helen L. Sumner and Ethel E. Hanks, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 9]
Brief Mention of Some Interesting Facts About the Work of Kentucky State Reformation, 1913-1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 10]
Honor Men and Good Roads Everywhere, E. Stagg Whittin, Ph.D., 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 11]
Notes and Outlines in Civil Government, Charles A. Keith, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 12]
Trachoma: its Nature and Prevention, John McMullen, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 13]
The Trachoma Problem, J.W. Kerr, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 14]
The New Prison System, Hon. William H. Wadhams, 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 15]
State Legislation Concerning Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Frank Allport. M.D., 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 16]
State Legislation Concerning Wood Alcohol, Frank Allport, M.D., 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 17]
A Review of the Etiology and Pathology of Trachoma-Differentiation from Allied Conjunctival Conditions, J. Morrison Ray, M.D, 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 18]
The Education, Licensing and Supervision of the Midwife, J. Clifton Edgar, M.D., 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 19]
Program to the Sixty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Kentucky State Medical Association, 1915
[Box: 180, Folder: 20]
List of References on Child Labor, H.H.B. Meyer, 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 21]
Suggestions for Sermon Material, Committee on Religious Work of the National Committee on Prisons, 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 22]
Suggestions for Vision Testing, Missouri Commission for the Blind, 1916
[Box: 180, Folder: 23]
The Matter and Method of Social Hygiene Legislation, Timothy Newell Pfeiffer, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 24]
Trachoma: A Disease of Equal Importance to the Ophthalmologist and Public Health Officer and What the Government is Doing to Eradicate and Prevent its Further Spread, John McMullen, M.D., 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 25]
Trachoma and the Army: The Dangers Incident to Enlisting Recruits Affected with the Disease, John McMullen, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 26]
Saving Sight a Civic Duty: a Demonstration by the Public Health Department of Buffalo of How a Typical City Conserves The Vision of Its Future Citizens, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 27]
Child Welfare in Oklahoma: An Inquiry by the National Child Labor Committee for the University of Oklahoma, National Child Labor Committee, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 28]
Code of Lighting School Buildings, Illuminating Engineering Society, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 29]
Safe Disposal of Human Excreta at Unsewered Homes, L.L Lumsden and C.W. Stiles, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 30]
Safe Milk: An Important Food Problem, Ernest A. Sweet, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 31]
State Board for Vocational Education, 1917
[Box: 180, Folder: 32]
Provision for the Feeble-Minded of Kentucky, Arch Dixon, 1918
[Box: 181, Folder: 1]
Illiteracy and the War, 1918
[Box: 181, Folder: 2]
Outline of an Emergency Course of Instruction on the War, Department of the Interior, 1918
[Box: 181, Folder: 3]
The House Fly-Carrier of Disease, The Ohio State Board of Health, 1918
[Box: 181, Folder: 4]
National Headquarters American Red Cross Building Dedication, 1918
[Box: 181, Folder: 5]
The Need of an Ophthalmologic Clinic in Penal Institutions With Special Reference to One Established at Sing Sing Prison, Conrad Berends, 1918
[Box: 181, Folder: 6]
Care of Defectives, Arch Dixon, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 7]
The Glorious Fourth, Winfred Hathaway, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 8]
Manual for Conservation of Vision Classes, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness Publications, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 9]
Administration of Child Labor Laws, Francis Henry Bird and Ella Arvilla Merritt, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 10]
Child Welfare Work in Louisville, Ky., 1918-1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 11]
The Lake Division News, The American Red Cross, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 12]
Maternity Care and the Welfare of Young Children in a Homesteading County in Montana, Viola I. Paradise, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 13]
School Medical Inspection, Teliaferro Clark, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 14]
What Social Workers Should Know About Their Own Communities, Margaret F. Byington, 1919
[Box: 181, Folder: 15]
The Red Cross Magazine: The Prodigal Village, Irving Bacheller, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 16]
Child-Welfare Programs: Study Outlines for the Use of Clubs and Classes, U.S Department of Labor, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 17]
Concerning Common Causes of Blindness in Children and the Means and Methods of Prevention, Ohio Commission for the Blind, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 18]
Comparative Statistics of State Hospitals for Mental Diseases, Horatio M. Pollock, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 19]
Courts in the United States Hearing Children's Cases, Evelina Belden, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 20]
Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem, Emma O. Lundberg and Katharine F. Lenroot, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 21]
Industrial Instability of Child Workers, Robert Morese Woodbury, Ph.D., 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 22]
Infant Mortality: Results of a Field Study in Akron, Ohio, Based on Births in One Year, Theresa S. Haley, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 23]
The Red Cross of Peace, The Lake Division, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 24]
A Summary of Juvenile-Court Legislation in the United States, Sophinisba P. Breckenridge and Helen R. Jeter, 1920
[Box: 181, Folder: 25]
Syphilis and the Eye, Adolph O. Pfingst, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 1]
Report of the Committee on the Prevention of Hereditary Blindness, AM Medical Association, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 2]
Report of Committee on Trachoma, AM Medical Association, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 3]
Administration of Child-Labor Laws Part 4, Ethel E. Hanks, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 4]
Administration of the First Federal Child-Labor Law, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 5]
Games for Play Institutes, Raymond A. Hoyer, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 6]
Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem Part 2, Emma O. Lundberg and Katharine F. Lenroot, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 7]
In Cases Where Clinical Evidence and Laboratory Findings Differ - What Then?, J.A. Stuckey
[Box: 182, Folder: 8]
Infant-Welfare Work in Europe, Nettie McGill, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 9]
Standards of Legal Protection for Children Born Out of Wedlock: A Report of Regional Conferences, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 10]
Statures and Weights of Children Under Six years of Age, Robert Woodbury, Ph. D. 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 11]
Suggestions for a Program for Health Teaching in the Elementary Schools, J. Mace Andress and Mabel C.Bragg, 1921
[Box: 182, Folder: 12]
Trachoma or Folliculosis Among School Children, J.A. Stuckey M.D., 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 13]
Saving Mountaineers From Blindness: Dodged Washing the Teacups and Found Her Mission, Henry De Questier, 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 14]
The Relation of Nutrition to Tooth Development and Tooth Preservation, E.V. McCollum and Ethel M. Kinney, 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 15]
The Burden of Feeble-Mindedness, Walter E. Fernald, M.D., 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 16]
Child Care and Child Welfare, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 17]
Child Labor and the Work of Mothers in Oyster and Shrimp Canning Communities on the Gulf Coast, Viola Paradise, 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 18]
Children of Wage-Earning Mothers, Helen Russell Wright, 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 19]
County Organization for Child Care and Protection, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1922
[Box: 182, Folder: 20]
Eye-Sight Conservation Bulletin I, Eye Sight Conservation Council, 1922
[Box: 183, Folder: 1]
The Nutrition and Care of Children in a Mountain County of Kentucky, Lydia Roberts, 1922
[Box: 183, Folder: 2]
Self-Government, National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, 1922
[Box: 183, Folder: 3]
Unerupted and Impacted Teeth Cause of Serious Eye and Ear Conditions: Preliminary Report, J.A. Stuckey, M.D., 1922
[Box: 183, Folder: 4]
Kentucky Rural School Standards: Suggestions and Regulations for Standardizing Small Rural Schools, George Colvin, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 5]
Standards for Out-Patient Service in Ophthalmology, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 6]
Manual of the County Achievement Contest, Berea College Extension Department, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 7]
A Family Letter Telling the Effect a Changed Dietary and Living Conditions Has Had Upon the People in the Mountains in Kentucky, J.A. Stuckey, M.D. 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 8]
Child Care and Child Welfare, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 9]
Child Labor in North Dakota, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 10]
Child Welfare in the Insular Possessions of the United States, Helen V. Vary, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 11]
Eye-Sight Conservation Bulletin 3: Eye Tests in Industry, The Eye Sight Conservation Council, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 12]
Individual Variations in Mental Equipment, Augusta F. Bronner, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 13]
Infant Mortality: Results of a Field Study in Baltimore, MD. Based on the Births in One Year, Anna Rochester, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 14]
List of References on Juvenile Courts and Probation in the United States, Children's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 15]
Maternity and Infant Care In a Mountain County in Georgia, Glenn Steele, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 16]
Methods of Recreational Adjustment As a Form of Social Case Treatment, Claudia Wannamaker, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 17]
Results and Future Opportunities in the Field of Clinics, Social Service, and Parole, Douglas A. Thom, M.D., 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 18]
Results of a Three-Year Trachoma Campaign Begun in Knott County, KY., in 1913, John McMullen, 1923
[Box: 183, Folder: 19]
Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Society for Crippled Children, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 20]
Our Children's Neglected Eyesight, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 21]
Relation of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions of the Mentally and Morally Impaired, Joseph A. Stuckey, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 22]
Systematic Treatment in Pathologic Conditions of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Joseph A, Stuckey, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 23]
Code of Lighting School Buildings, Illuminating Engineering Society, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 24]
Department of Legislation, The Club Woman, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 25]
The Junior News Letter, 1924
[Box: 183, Folder: 26]
Eye Sight Conservation Bulletin 5: Lantern Slides and Lecture Material on Eyesight Conservation, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 1]
Feeblemindedness, Walter E Fernald M.D., 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 2]
Foster-Home Care for Dependent Children, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 3]
Habit Clinics for the Child of Preschool Age: Their Organization and Practical Value, D.A. Thom. M.D., 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 4]
An Introduction to Safety Education: A Manual for the Teacher, Education Section National Safety Council, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 5]
Light, Sight and Safety, R. E. Simpson, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 6]
National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 7]
Prohibition and Alcoholic Mental Disease, Horatio M. Pollock, Ph.D., 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 8]
Sight-Saving Classes in School Systems, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 9]
State Commissions for the Study and Revision of Child-Welfare Laws, Emma O, Lundburg, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 10]
Work of Children on Truck and Small-Fruit Farms in Southern New Jersey, Children's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, 1924
[Box: 184, Folder: 11]
Code of Lighting School Buildings, Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S Department of Labor, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 12]
The Recreation Program in a Plan for Social Treatment, Department of Public Welfare, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 13]
Governor's Conference: Section Meeting on Prison Administration and State Cooperation in Prison Made Goods, National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 14]
Sunlight for the Babies, Martha M. Eliot, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 15]
Adoption Laws in the United States, Emelyn Foster Peck, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 16]
Conserving the Sight of School Children: A Program for Public Schools, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 17]
National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor: Annual Report, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 18]
Report of Commission to Study Conditions Relating to Blind Persons in Pennsylvania, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 19]
The Welfare of Infants Illegitimate Birth in Baltimore, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor, 1925
[Box: 184, Folder: 20]
Trachoma: Suggestions as to Diagnosis, Etiology and Treatment, J.A. Stuckey, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 21]
South Central Conference on the Allocation of Prison Industries, National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 22]
Safeguarding Mothers and Babies in the Highlands, Miss W. Dertram Ireland, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 23]
The Early History of Medicine West of the Alleghenies, J.A. Stuckey, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 24]
24th Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Nurses' Association, Indiana State League of Nursing Education, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 25]
Mothers and Babies in Leslie County, Martha Perwitt, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 26]
Trachoma: Scourge of the Mountains, Dr. J.A. Stuckey, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 27]
The Country as a Unit for an Organized Program of Child Caring and Protective Work, Emma O. Lundburg , 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 28]
The Need of Epidemiological Research in Trachoma, B. Franklin Royer, M.D., 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 29]
A Program for Teaching Health Habits, Jeannette G. Baughman, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 30]
The Public Health Aspects of Trachoma, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 31]
Trachoma: Report by the Standing Committee on Conservation of Vision, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1926
[Box: 184, Folder: 32]
The Prevention of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Lloyd Paul Stryker, 1928
[Box: 185, Folder: 1]
The Pauper Idiot in Kentucky, Arthur H. Estabrook, 1928
[Box: 185, Folder: 2]
Seeing Through Life, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1928
[Box: 185, Folder: 3]
Children of Illegitimate Birth Whose Mothers Have Kept Their Custody, U.S Department of Labor, 1928
[Box: 185, Folder: 4]
Nutrition as It Relates to the Eye, Arthur M. Yudkin, M.D., 1929
[Box: 185, Folder: 5]
Sight-Saving Classes: Their Organization and Administration, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1929
[Box: 185, Folder: 6]
Trachoma, Harvey J. Howard, 1929
[Box: 185, Folder: 7]
Vision Justice for the Young Child, Edward M. Van Cleve, 1929
[Box: 185, Folder: 8]
Classification of the Causes of Blindness, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 9]
Symposium on Social Hygiene and the Prevention of Blindness, William F. Snow, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 10]
Observations and Experiences with Trachoma in Eastern Kentucky, J.A. Stuckey, M.D., 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 11]
The University and Social Welfare, Edith Abbott, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 12]
To Know the Sight of a Child, Edward Jackson, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 13]
Sight Saving Class Work, E.V.L. Brown and Lewis H. Carris, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 14]
Adventures in Sight Saving, Park Lewis M.D., 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 15]
Are you Training Your Child to be Happy? Children's Bureau of the United States Department of Labor, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 16]
The Causes and Prevention of Blindness in Mexico, General Daniel M. Valez, M.D., 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 17]
Prevention of Blindness in Newborn Babies: Report by the Standing Committee on Conservation of Vision, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 18]
Save Sight: Sixteenth Annual Report, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1930
[Box: 185, Folder: 19]
The Industrial Nurse's Responsibility in Eye Health, Mildred G. Smith, 1931
[Box: 185, Folder: 20]
Conservation of Eyesight, with Especial Reference to Glaucoma, George S. Derby, M.D., 1931
[Box: 185, Folder: 21]
Fundamentals of Lighting in the Home, Classroom and Industry, A.L. Powell, 1931
[Box: 185, Folder: 22]
American National Red Cross Greetings and Addresses of the Fifteenth Anniversary Dinner, 1931
[Box: 185, Folder: 23]
Methods of Teaching Sight-Saving Classes, Estella Lewis, 1931
[Box: 185, Folder: 24]
The Social Aspect of the Movement for the Prevention of Blindness: A History, Edward M. Van Cleve, 1931
[Box: 185, Folder: 25]
Medical Social Service and Saving Sight, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers, 1932
[Box: 185, Folder: 26]
Agranulocytic Angina and Reports of Three Cases, W.N. Offutt, M.D., 1932
[Box: 185, Folder: 27]
The Prevention of Blindness and the Conservation of Sight as a Co-operative Movement, Park Lewis, M.D., 1932
[Box: 185, Folder: 28]
Problems of the Worker Assigned to Part Time Service with Eye Patients: Bulletin no. 6 of the Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers, 1933
[Box: 185, Folder: 29]
"Patricia," Outlook for the Blind, 1933
[Box: 185, Folder: 30]
Reflections of 1933: Nineteenth Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1933
[Box: 185, Folder: 31]
A Syllabus in Alcohol Education, Bertha Rachel Palmer, 1933
[Box: 185, Folder: 32]
Twenty-Five Years of Saving Sight, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1933
[Box: 185, Folder: 33]
Social Service in Eyesight Conservation: Bulletin no. 8 of the Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers, 1934
[Box: 185, Folder: 34]
Community Enterprise in Preventing Blindness, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1934
[Box: 185, Folder: 35]
Bright Eyes of 1934: Twentieth Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1934
[Box: 185, Folder: 36]
Safe and Sound, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 1]
Social Service in Ophthalmology, Elenor P. Brown and Lawrence T. Post, M.D., 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 2]
General Assembly of the International Association for Prevention of Blindness, The International Association for Prevention of Blindness, 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 3]
Arthur Sunshine Home and Nursery School for the Blind: Twenty-Sixth Annual Report, May 1934-May 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 4]
The Causes of Blindness in Children: Their Relation to Preventative Ophthalmology, Conrad Berends, M.D, C. Edith Kerby, and Evelyn C. McKay, 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 5]
Ectopia Lentis: Report of Twenty-Two Cases in Five Successive Generations, B.N. Pittenger, M.D., 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 6]
Dr. Joseph N. McCormack of Kentucky and United States of America, W.J. Hammill, 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 7]
Medical Social Work in the Prevention of Blindness, B. Franklin Royer, M.D., 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 8]
The Problem of Fireworks Accidents, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 9]
Conserving the Sight of School Children: A Report of the Joint Committee on Health Problems in Education, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1935
[Box: 186, Folder: 10]
Syphilis in Pregnancy, Max J. Exner, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 11]
Saving Eyesight in Industry, Rose Henderson, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 12]
Medical Social Eye Workers' Bulletin, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 13]
"Why Don't We Stamp out Syphilis," Readers Digest, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 14]
"Early Kentucky Medical Literature," Kentucky Medical Journal, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 15]
Choral Speaking: An Aid in the Sight-Saving Class, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 16]
Let's See: Twenty-second Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 17]
Wearing Glasses, Walter B. Lancaster, 1936
[Box: 186, Folder: 18]
Blindness and its Causes, Reprint from California and Western Medicine, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 19]
Food in Relation to the Eyes, Park Lewis, M.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 20]
They can Be Cured, Reprint of articles on the care and cure of the mentally ill which have appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 21]
Certificates for Marriage, Henry P. Talbot, M.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 22]
Lacks and Gaps in the Sight-Saving Class Program, Elizabeth Guthre Dasher, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 23]
Some Eye Problems Confronting Teachers, Gladys D. Matlock, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 24]
Understanding the Significance of Eye Troubles, Anna Harrison, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 25]
Combating Early Syphilis, John H. Stokes, M.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 26]
Gonorrhea, Marie P. Warner and Benj. W. Warner, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 27]
Magazine Excerpts, Mountain Life and Work, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 28]
Venereal Disease Information, United States Public Health Service for use in its cooperative work with The State Health Departments, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 29]
Medical Social Eye Workers' Bulletin, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 30]
Program to the Samel David Gross Memorial Meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Association, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 31]
Daylighting the Schoolroom, Anette M. Phelan, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 32]
Syphilis in Relation to the Prevention of Blindness, Conrad Berens, M.D., and Jacob A. Goldberg, Ph.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 33]
Simple Eye Tests in a Pediatrician's Office: Their Value, Helen M. Johnson, M.D., William Palmer Lucas, M.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 34]
First Annual Summary of Fourth of July Injuries, reprint of the Journal of the American Medical Association, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 35]
What Light for the Eyes, James E. Lebensohn, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 36]
Lighting the Schoolroom, Harry S. Gradle, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 37]
Lighting Standards, Walter B. Lancaster, M.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 38]
Economic Aspects of Syphilis Control, Emil Frankel, 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 39]
Freedom from Venereal Disease: a Prerequisite to Marriage, Fred W. Caudill, M.D., 1937
[Box: 186, Folder: 40]
Light in the Home, Edward Jackson, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 1]
Eyes in Industry, Conrad Berens, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 2]
The Role of the Institutional Nurse in the Treatment of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Bernice Perdziak, R.N., 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 3]
Eyes and the Office Worker, Arthur J. Bedell, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 4]
Investigation and Control of Venereal Diseases: Hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce House of Representatives, Seventy-Fifth Congress third session, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 5]
Medical Social Eye Workers' Bulletin, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 6]
The Problem of Statistics Relating to Blindness and the Blind, Harry Best, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 7]
Model State Fireworks Law, National Fire Protection Association, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 8]
Publications on Preventing Blindness, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 9]
Sight for Tomorrow: Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the National Society for Prevention of Blindness, Inc., 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 10]
Why a Program of Research on Preschool Blind Children, Harriett Anderson Fjeld and Kathryn Erroll Maxfield, 1938
[Box: 187, Folder: 11]
Development of the Normal Eye in Infancy and Childhood, Willis S. Knighton, M.D., 1939
[Box: 187, Folder: 12]
Syphilis and Federal Assistance to the States-To Date, William F. Snow, M.D., 1939
[Box: 187, Folder: 13]
Standards for Out-Patient Service in Ophthalmology, Conrad Berens, 1939
[Box: 187, Folder: 14]
Protecting Eyes in Industry, United States Department of Labor, 1939
[Box: 187, Folder: 15]
Books for Children with Seriously Defective Vision, 1939
[Box: 187, Folder: 16]
Report of the Department of Welfare of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1939
[Box: 187, Folder: 17]
Third Annual Summary of Fourth of July Injuries, reprint from The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 18]
The Health Department's Role in the Prevention of Blindness, John L. Rice, M.D., 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 19]
The Nurse in an Eye Health Program, Pearl McIver R.N., 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 20]
Fighting Another Plague, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 21]
Some Light on Lighting, Reprinted from Consumer's Guide, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 22]
Glaucoma- A Thief in the Night, Daniel B. Kirby, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 23]
The Heritage Left, Dr. Park Lewis, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 24]
Standards for Outpatient Ophthalmologic Departments. II. Standards for Nursing Service. III, Standards for Medical Social Service, Conrad Berens, Ruth C. Williams, and Eleanor Brown Merrill, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 25]
Sharing Responsibility for Eye Health, Winifred Hathaway, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 26]
"Fourth National Social Hygiene Day," Journal of Social Hygiene, 1940
[Box: 187, Folder: 27]
The Pentagon of Phi Omega Pi, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 28]
Routine Wassermann Test for all Expectant Mothers, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 29]
Fifth National Social Hygiene Day, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 30]
Visual Efficiency, Henry A. Imus, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 31]
Eye Health in the Basic Curriculum, Carrie H. McNeill, R.N., 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 32]
Meeting the Needs of Atypical Children, Doris D. Klaussen and Georgia Rothberg, R.N., 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 33]
Observations on Eyegrounds of the Newborn, M. Luther Kauffman, M.D., 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 34]
The Twinkler, Phi Omega Pi, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 35]
Care of the Eyes and the Prevention of Blindness, The Public Health Service, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 36]
Glaucoma Survey, Reprinted from American Journal of Ophthalmology, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 37]
The General Practitioner's Part in the Campaign for the Prevention of Blindness from Glaucoma, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 38]
Biennial Conference, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 39]
All Eyes: Twenty-Seventh Annual Report, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1941
[Box: 187, Folder: 40]
Mobilization of State Forces for Prevention of Blindness: A Symposium, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1942
[Box: 188, Folder: 1]
Good Government, 1942
[Box: 188, Folder: 2]
Oration of Medicine: The Interdependence of Curative and Preventative Medicine, P.E. Blackerby, M.D., 1942
[Box: 188, Folder: 3]
In the Interest of Preventing Blindness: Psychological Attitudes of the Visually Handicapped Toward Treatment, Ruth Emerson, 1942
[Box: 188, Folder: 4]
Eye Health and Safety News, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1943
[Box: 188, Folder: 5]
Revised Braille for Reading and Writing Grade One and a Half, Commission on Uniform Type for the Blind, 1943
[Box: 188, Folder: 6]
Bulletin of the Southern Medical Association: Preliminary Program Announcements, Southern Medical Association, 1944
[Box: 188, Folder: 7]
Eye Health and Safety News, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1944
[Box: 188, Folder: 8]
Dr. James Andrew Ryan, Editorial of the Southern Medical Association, 1944
[Box: 188, Folder: 9]
Looking Ahead: Thirteenth Annual Report of the National Society of the Prevention of Blindness, 1944
[Box: 188, Folder: 10]
A Gift Like the Gifts of God, The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, 1945
[Box: 188, Folder: 11]
Better Eyes for Industry, David O. Woodbury, 1946
[Box: 188, Folder: 12]
The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, First Year Bulletin, 1946
[Box: 188, Folder: 13]
Hindman Settlement School: May Stone The Ladyest, Reprint from Mountain Life and Work, 1946
[Box: 188, Folder: 14]
The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, Second Year Bulletin, 1947
[Box: 188, Folder: 15]
The Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky School for the Blind, 1947
[Box: 188, Folder: 16]
News Nuggets, The Kentucky Society for Crippled Children, 1949
[Box: 188, Folder: 17]
The Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky School for the Blind, 1949
[Box: 188, Folder: 18]
Eyes to the Future: 1949 Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1949
[Box: 188, Folder: 19]
Statistical Journal, Department of Economic Security, 1949
[Box: 188, Folder: 20]
The Cincinnati Library Society for the Blind, Report for January 1, 1949-January 1, 1950
[Box: 188, Folder: 21]
News Letter, The Department of Economic Security, 1950
[Box: 188, Folder: 22]
The Wise Owl Clubs Multiply Newsletter, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1950
[Box: 188, Folder: 23]
Wise Owl News, Wise Owl Club of America, 1950
[Box: 188, Folder: 24]
Classroom Writing, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1950
[Box: 188, Folder: 25]
Hindman Settlement School, Ruby Amburgey, 1950
[Box: 188, Folder: 26]
Prevention of Blindness News, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1951
[Box: 188, Folder: 27]
The Inauguration of Frank A. Rose as the Twenty-Second President, 1951
[Box: 188, Folder: 28]
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Bethany Orphanage, Anniversary Bulletin, 1951
[Box: 188, Folder: 29]
An Eye Health Program for Schools, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1951
[Box: 188, Folder: 30]
Kentucky Statistical Journal, Department of Economic Security, 1951
[Box: 188, Folder: 31]
Report on Eye Conditions Among Pupils in Schools for the Blind in the United States, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1951-1952
[Box: 188, Folder: 32]
The Bethany News, Bethany, Wolfe County, Kentucky, 1952
[Box: 188, Folder: 33]
The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association, 1952
[Box: 188, Folder: 34]
"Committee Appointments for Year Listed: Activity Urged," Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association, 1952
[Box: 188, Folder: 35]
Education of Partially Seeing Children: A Committee Report, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1952
[Box: 188, Folder: 36]
That All May See: 1952 Annual Report, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 188, Folder: 37]
"Kentucky-The Progenitor of Pioneer Doctors," Lewis J. Moorman. M.D., The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association, 1953
[Box: 189, Folder: 1]
The Bethany News, Bethany, Wolfe County, Kentucky, 1953
[Box: 189, Folder: 2]
The Dedication of the Portrait of Phillip Earl Blackerby, M.D., Oscar O. Miller, M.D., 1953
[Box: 189, Folder: 3]
Alcoholism: Public Health Problem No. 4, Alcoholic Study Commission by the Legislative Research Commission, 1953
[Box: 189, Folder: 4]
Health Department Responsibility for Sight Conservation, Edward Davens, M.D., 1953
[Box: 189, Folder: 5]
Minimum Standards for Child-Caring Institutions and Procedures for Licensing, Division of Child Welfare of the Department of Welfare, 1953
[Box: 189, Folder: 6]
Contributors' Report, American Foundation for the Blind, 1953-1954
[Box: 189, Folder: 7]
"Minnesota Eye Health," Bulletin of the Minnesota Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1954
[Box: 189, Folder: 8]
Education of Partially Seeing Children in School Systems, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1954
[Box: 189, Folder: 9]
Manual and Suggested By-Laws for Chapters of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1954
[Box: 189, Folder: 10]
Catalogue, the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1954
[Box: 189, Folder: 11]
Save your Sight, Elizabeth Ogg, 1954
[Box: 189, Folder: 12]
Contributors' Report, American Foundation for the Blind, 1955-1956
[Box: 189, Folder: 13]
Writer's Fact Sheet on Home Fixture Lighting, American Home Lighting Institute, 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 14]
Social Hygiene News, 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 15]
Advising Patients with Hereditary Eye Disease, P. Thomas Manchester, M.D., 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 16]
Screening for Glaucoma, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., and Virginia S. Boyce, 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 17]
Eye Health for Teen-Agers, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., and Burnetta Blatt Downing, R.N., 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 18]
Statistical Journal of Economic Security in Kentucky, 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 19]
Surgery Restored My Sight, Paul W. Kearney, 1955
[Box: 189, Folder: 20]
Vision and Vocational Training, James E. O'Neil, 1956
[Box: 189, Folder: 21]
Temperance Facts, Temperance League of Kentucky, 1956
[Box: 189, Folder: 22]
Dedication Service, Open Door Children's Home, Inc., Aug. 19, 1956
[Box: 189, Folder: 23]
The Nationwide Fight Against Blindness, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1956
[Box: 189, Folder: 24]
Vocabulary of Terms Relating to the Eye, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1956
[Box: 189, Folder: 25]
Components of a Complete Vision Program, Franklin M. Foote, 1957
[Box: 189, Folder: 26]
Screening for Eye Diseases, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., 1957
[Box: 189, Folder: 27]
The Unreliability of Tactile Tension, James E. McDonald and Wayne M. Caygill, 1957
[Box: 189, Folder: 28]
Help for the Alcoholic: New State Commission Tells Public that Alcoholism Needs to be Treated as a Disease, 1957
[Box: 189, Folder: 29]
Biennial Conference, Kentucky Crippled Children Commission, 1957
[Box: 189, Folder: 30]
Bigger Savings in Sight, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., and E.G. Gill, M.D., 1958
[Box: 189, Folder: 31]
Prevention of Blindness News, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1959
[Box: 189, Folder: 32]
Mountain Life and Work: Magazine of the Southern Mountains, 1958
[Box: 189, Folder: 33]
Catalogue, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1958
[Box: 189, Folder: 34]
Undated Pamphlets
Aids for the Blind, American Foundation of the Blind
[Box: 190, Folder: 1]
American Women's Hospitals, Medical Service Committee of the American Medical Women's Association
[Box: 190, Folder: 2]
Announcement of Publication, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 3]
The Argument for Medical Inspection of Schools and Significant Facts about Medical Inspection, Luther Halsey Gulick, M.D., and Leonard P. Ayers, A.M
[Box: 190, Folder: 4]
Babies' Sore Eyes (Ophthalmia Neonatorum), Campaign for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 5]
A Basic Child Health Study, Philip F. Barbour, M.D
[Box: 190, Folder: 6]
A Brief for the Extension Plans of the United States Bureau of Education
[Box: 190, Folder: 7]
Bright Eyes-How to Keep Them Shining, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 8]
Care of the Eyes, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
[Box: 190, Folder: 9]
Dessie Scott Children's Home
[Box: 190, Folder: 10]
The Evolution of the Cataract Operation, William Campbell Posey, M.D
[Box: 190, Folder: 11]
Extension of the Registration Area for Births and Deaths: A Practical Example of Cooperative Census Methods as Applied to the State of Pennsylvania, Bureau of the Census
[Box: 190, Folder: 12]
Glaucoma: A Problem for the Public Health Nurse, Helen E. Weaver, R.N
[Box: 190, Folder: 13]
A Guide for Screening Visual Acuity with Modified Snellen Chart, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 14]
How to Cure Eye Disease, H.T. Schlegel Co
[Box: 190, Folder: 15]
The Illinois Plan for Special Education of Exceptional Children: Those With Impaired Hearing
[Box: 190, Folder: 16]
The Illinois Plan for Special Education of Exceptional Children: The Visually Defective
[Box: 190, Folder: 17]
Instructions to Midwives for the Care of the Eyes in Babies, Department of Health
[Box: 190, Folder: 18]
July 4: Death's Holiday, Literary Digest
[Box: 190, Folder: 19]
The Light Shineth in the Darkness: A Service of Thanksgiving, John Milton Society
[Box: 190, Folder: 20]
Lighting the Schoolroom, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 21]
Louisa Lee Schuyler 1837-1926, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 22]
Midwifery and Infant Mortality, Carolyn Van Blarcom
[Box: 190, Folder: 23]
The Most Wonderful Eyes in the World, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 24]
Opportunities for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Federal Security Agency
[Box: 190, Folder: 25]
Pre-Marital Health Examination: The Law How to Use It, Department of Public Health
[Box: 190, Folder: 26]
Preventing Ophthalmia Neonatorum in Virginia-An Administration Problem, W.A. Plecker, M.D
[Box: 190, Folder: 27]
The Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 28]
Prevention of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 29]
The Public Health Nurse and Glaucoma, Burnetta Blatt, R.N
[Box: 190, Folder: 30]
Requirements for Admission, Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children
[Box: 190, Folder: 31]
Services of a Hospital Consultant and Statement with Regard to Henry C. Wright and George O'Hanlon, M.D., Wright and O'Hanlon
[Box: 190, Folder: 32]
Sight Saving Classes in School Systems, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 33]
Sight-Saving Classes in School Systems, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 34]
Sight Saving Facts, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 35]
A Special Inquiry on Conservation of Vision in Philadelphia, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 36]
The Story of Feeding the Other Lambs, Dessie Scott Children's Home
[Box: 190, Folder: 37]
"Student Notes: Marriage Below the Statutory Age-Effect of Cohabitation After Arriving at that Age." Kentucky Law Journal
[Box: 190, Folder: 38]
Sure We'll Finish the Job of Wiping out Adult Illiteracy
[Box: 190, Folder: 39]
Syphilis, Marie Pichel Warner and Benjamin W. Warner
[Box: 190, Folder: 40]
Trachoma, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 190, Folder: 41]
What is Malnutrition? Hundreds of Thousands of American Children are Undernourished, Lydia Roberts
[Box: 190, Folder: 42]
REPORTS
Scope and Content Note:

Primarily annual reports issued by a variety of organizations, these publications are organized chronologically ranging from 1905-1954, and including undated materials. Within each year, the reports are organized alphabetically by organization title. Many of these annual reports are by organizations with similar interests as those expressed in the pamphlets, bulletins, and articles. There are a few handwritten notes among them.

Child Labor, National Child Labor Committee, 1905
[Box: 191, Folder: 1]
The Second Report of the New York Association for the Blind, November 1908
[Box: 191, Folder: 2]
Report of the Kentucky Institution for the Blind, 1909
[Box: 191, Folder: 3]
Proposed Model of Constitution of the Associated Charities and The Associated Charities of Lexington and Fayette County Annual Reports, 1906-1910
[Box: 191, Folder: 4]
Report of the Labor Inspector, Bureau of Agriculture Labor and Statistics, 1909-1911
[Box: 191, Folder: 5]
Annual Session Reports, Kentucky Educational Association, June 1912
[Box: 191, Folder: 6]
Public Health Reports, United States Public Health Service, September 1914
[Box: 191, Folder: 7]
Report of the Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind, September 1915
[Box: 191, Folder: 8]
Annual Report of the Lexington Public Schools, June 1913 and June 1915
[Box: 191, Folder: 9]
First Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, November 1915
[Box: 191, Folder: 10]
Public Health Reports, United States Public Health Service, March 1915
[Box: 191, Folder: 11]
Report of the Vice Commission: Survey of Existing Conditions with Recommendations to the Hon. John H. Buschmeyer, 1915
[Box: 191, Folder: 12]
Report of the Commission on Provision for the Feeble-Minded in Kentucky, 1916
[Box: 191, Folder: 13]
Second Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, November 1916
[Box: 191, Folder: 14]
Social Problems of the Courts, National Probation Association, 1917
[Box: 191, Folder: 15]
Report of the State Commission for the Blind, 1917
[Box: 191, Folder: 16]
Fourth Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1918
[Box: 191, Folder: 17]
Sixth Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1920
[Box: 192, Folder: 1]
Population : Kentucky, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920
[Box: 192, Folder: 2]
Seventh Annual Report, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, December 1921
[Box: 192, Folder: 3]
Public Education in Kentucky, Kentucky Educational Commission, 1921
[Box: 192, Folder: 4]
Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections, June 1921
[Box: 192, Folder: 5]
Report of the Kentucky Children's Code Commission, 1922
[Box: 192, Folder: 6]
The Educational System of Kentucky, 1923
[Box: 192, Folder: 7]
Ninth Annual Report, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1923
[Box: 192, Folder: 8]
Public Welfare Agencies, The Efficiency Commission of Kentucky, 1923
[Box: 192, Folder: 9]
Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections, June 1923
[Box: 192, Folder: 10]
Public Health Report, Treasury Department, April and November 1923
[Box: 193, Folder: 1]
Tenth Annual Report, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1924
[Box: 193, Folder: 2]
Report of Housing Survey of the City of Lexington, Kentucky, January to April, 1924
[Box: 193, Folder: 3]
Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections, June 1925
[Box: 193, Folder: 4]
Public Health Reports, Treasury Department, May and July, 1925
[Box: 193, Folder: 5]
A Year in Review, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1926
[Box: 193, Folder: 6]
Public Health Reports, Treasury Department, April and February 1926
[Box: 193, Folder: 7]
Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections, 1927
[Box: 193, Folder: 8]
Proceedings of the 1927 Annual Conference, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1927
[Box: 193, Folder: 9]
Welfare of Prisoners' Families in Kentucky, Ruth Bloodgood, 1927
[Box: 193, Folder: 10]
Proceedings of the 1928 Annual Conference, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1928
[Box: 193, Folder: 11]
At the End of the First Century, New York Institution for the Prevention of the Blind, 1892-1932
[Box: 193, Folder: 12]
Public Health Reports, United States Treasury Department, January, April, and September, 1932
[Box: 193, Folder: 13]
Reflections of 1933: Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1933
[Box: 194, Folder: 1]
White House Conference, Youth Outside of Home and School Committee, December 31, 1933
[Box: 194, Folder: 2]
Facilities for the Care of Dependant Families in Kentucky, Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration, August, 1935
[Box: 194, Folder: 3]
Annual Report, Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1935
[Box: 194, Folder: 4]
Eyes on the Future: Twenty Third Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, 1937
[Box: 194, Folder: 5]
Clovernook Home for the Blind Report, July 1943-1945, 1949-1950
[Box: 194, Folder: 6]
Highlights of 1947: 33rd Annual Report for the Prevention of Blindness, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness, 1947
[Box: 194, Folder: 7]
Annual Report of the President of the American Foundation for the Blind, 1949
[Box: 194, Folder: 8]
Mobilization for Health Security, National Health Council, April 1951
[Box: 194, Folder: 9]
Kentucky Conference on Handicapped Children, October 1953
[Box: 194, Folder: 10]
Contributors' Report, American Foundation for the Blind, July 1954-June 1955
[Box: 194, Folder: 11]
Provision for Dependant, Delinquent, and Handicapped Children in Kentucky, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor
[Box: 194, Folder: 12]
BOOKS
Scope and Content Note:

Representing a variety of mostly reform topics, these books are organized chronologically from the dates 1911-1945 and non-dated.

Prison Association of New York, 1911
[Box: 195, Folder: 1]
The Midwife in England, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom, R.N., December 1913
[Box: 195, Folder: 2]
Summaries of State Laws Relating to the Feebleminded and the Epileptic, The National Committee for Mental Hygiene, 1918
[Box: 195, Folder: 3]
Moonlight School Course of Study, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, 1919
[Box: 195, Folder: 4]
Comrades, John F. Smith, 1930
[Box: 195, Folder: 5]
In Convict Cells, W.G. Wilson, Friendship Press, 1937
[Box: 195, Folder: 6]
The Public Health Nurse, Department of Philanthropic Information, 1937
[Box: 195, Folder: 7]
Infant Care, Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration, 1945
[Box: 195, Folder: 8]
The Jubilee: An Extensive Collection of Church Music for the Choir, the Congregation, and the Singing School, William Bradbury
[Box: 195, Folder: 9]
Becoming a Parent, Children's Bureau Publication
[Box: 195, Folder: 10]
LEGISLATION
Scope and Content Note:

Representing both House and Senate Legislation, these materials, solely from the Kentucky General Assembly, are organized chronologically from 1911-1956 and are concerned with blindness, prison reform, and social welfare reform. Each piece of legislation is listed separately by its formal name and number. Also included are a few pieces of legislation from the state governments of Ohio and Oregon and significant amounts of federal legislation from both the Senate and House of Representatives. These materials are also organized chronologically, ranging from of 1910-1957, and include passed and un-passed legislation. As was often her habit, Linda Neville has written comments on some of these materials.

Kentucky General Assembly Legislation
Official Announcement: The New Vital Statistics Law, Effective January 1, 1911. (two copies)
[Box: 196, Folder: 1]
Proposed Optometry Bill for Kentucky, 1912
[Box: 196, Folder: 2]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1912, Senate Bill No. 134, January 18, 1912
[Box: 196, Folder: 3]
In House: Regular Session 1914, House Bill No. 249, January 21, 1914
[Box: 196, Folder: 4]
Senate Bill 2: Regulating Graded Schools, 1914
[Box: 196, Folder: 5]
A Bill to Limit the Effect of the Regulation of Interstate Commerce between the States in Goods, Wares, and Merchandise Wholly or in part manufactured, mined, or Produced by Convict Labor or in any Prison or Reformatory, 65th Congress, 1st Session, S. 2115, April 30, 1917
[Box: 196, Folder: 6]
A Bill to employ convict labor for the production of war supplies and to authorize their purchase by the Federal Government; to regulate the compensation and hours of labor and fix standards; to prohibit the purchase of war supplies manufactured by convicts under private contract; to limit the effect of interstate commerce between the States in goods, wares, and merchandise wholly or in part manufactured, mined, or produced by convict labor or in any prison or reformatory; and to equip the United States penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia; Leavenworth, Kansas; and McNeil Island, Washington; and the United States Army prison and disciplinary barracks, and the United States naval prison for the manufacture of supplies for the use of the Government, for the compensation of the prisoners for their labor, and for other purposes. 65th Congress, 2nd session, S. 3076, December 4, 1917
[Box: 196, Folder: 7]
In House: Regular Session 1918, House Bill No. 192, January 1918
[Box: 196, Folder: 8]
In Senate: Regular Session 1918, Senate Bill no. 141, January 1918
[Box: 196, Folder: 9]
In House: Regular Session 1918, House Bill No. 373, February 1918. [2 copies]
[Box: 196, Folder: 10]
In the House of Representatives, 67th Congress, 1st Session, H.R. 2167, April 11, 1921.[2 copies]
[Box: 196, Folder: 11]
Kentucky Age of Consent Law: Its History and Proposed Amendment, 1922
[Box: 196, Folder: 12]
Senate Bill No. 7: An act relating to unlawful carnal knowledge of children under the age of eighteen years, including both sexes, and prescribing and fixing penalties for violations thereof, and amending and re-enacting Section 1155, Kentucky Statutes, Carroll, 1915
[Box: 196, Folder: 13]
Outline of Legislation: Recommended for Enactment in 1922, Kentucky Children's Code Commission
[Box: 196, Folder: 14]
Laws: Enacted by the 1924 General Assembly Relative to Education in Kentucky, Published by Order of the State Board of Education, 1924
[Box: 196, Folder: 15]
In House: Regular Session 1924, House Bill no. 247, January 25, 1924
[Box: 196, Folder: 16]
In Senate: Regular Session 1924, Senate Bill no. 173, January 28, 1924
[Box: 196, Folder: 17]
In Senate: Regular Session 1924, Senate Bill no. 186, January 29 1924. (2 copies)
[Box: 196, Folder: 18]
In House: Regular Session 1924, House Bill no. 434, February 15, 1924
[Box: 196, Folder: 19]
In Senate: Regular Session 1924, House Bill no. 247, March 6, 1924
[Box: 196, Folder: 20]
In House: Regular Session 1926, House Bill no. 45, January 13, 1926
[Box: 196, Folder: 21]
In House: Regular Session 1926, House Bill no. 481, February 16, 1926
[Box: 196, Folder: 22]
In Senate: Regular Session 1926, Amendment by way of Substitute to Senate Bill no. 262, February 24, 1926
[Box: 196, Folder: 23]
In Senate: Regular Session 1932, Senate Bill no. 340, February 8, 1932 (2 copies)
[Box: 196, Folder: 24]
In House: Regular Session, 1932, House Bill no. 607, February 9, 1932 (2 copies)
[Box: 196, Folder: 25]
In House: Regular Session 1934, House Bill no. 23, January 8, 1934
[Box: 196, Folder: 26]
In House: Special Session 1934, Committee Substitute for House Bill no. 67, June 22, 1934
[Box: 196, Folder: 27]
In House: Regular Session 1938, House Bill no. 1, January 4, 1938
[Box: 196, Folder: 28]
In House: Regular Session 1938, House Bill no. 44, January 11, 1938
[Box: 196, Folder: 29]
In Senate: Regular Session 1938, Senate Bill no. 35, January 12, 1938. (2 copies)
[Box: 196, Folder: 30]
In House: Regular Session 1938, House Bill no. 104, January 13, 1938
[Box: 196, Folder: 31]
A Bill To Impose Additional Duties upon the United States Public Committee on Interstate Foreign Commerce and Ordered to be Printed, 75th Congress, 3rd session, H.R. 9047, January 19, 1938
[Box: 196, Folder: 32]
In House: Regular Session, 1938, House Bill no. 224, January 26, 1938
[Box: 196, Folder: 33]
Congressional Report: Proceedings and Debates of the 76th Congress, First Session, February 24, 1939
[Box: 196, Folder: 34]
In House: Regular Session, 1940, House Bill no. 104, January 12, 1940
[Box: 196, Folder: 35]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1940, Senate Bill no. 60, January 18, 1940
[Box: 196, Folder: 36]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1940, Senate Bill no. 158, February 7, 1940
[Box: 196, Folder: 37]
In House: Regular Session, 1940, House Bill no. 340, February 7, 1940
[Box: 196, Folder: 38]
In House: Regular Session, 1940, House Bill no. 446, February 15, 1940
[Box: 196, Folder: 39]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1942, House Bill no. 69, January 22, 1942
[Box: 196, Folder: 40]
In House: Regular Session, 1942, House Bill no. 122, January 22, 1942
[Box: 196, Folder: 41]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1942, Senate Bill no. 158, February 10, 1942
[Box: 196, Folder: 42]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1946, Senate Bill no. 91, January 30, 1946
[Box: 196, Folder: 43]
In House: Regular Session, 1946, House Bill no. 505, March 5, 1946
[Box: 196, Folder: 44]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1950, Senate Bill no. 1, January 3, 1950
[Box: 196, Folder: 45]
In House: Regular Session, 1950, House Bill no. 77, January 16, 1950
[Box: 196, Folder: 46]
In House: Regular Session, 1950, Senate Bill no. 91, February 1, 1950
[Box: 196, Folder: 47]
Commonwealth of Kentucky General Assembly: Regular Session, 1950, Senate Bill no. 1, February 2, 1950
[Box: 196, Folder: 48]
Legislative Research Commission: Alcoholism, Staff Report to the Alcoholic Study Commission, 1953
[Box: 196, Folder: 49]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1954, Senate Bill no. 104, February 4, 1954
[Box: 196, Folder: 50]
Alcoholic Beverages Law, Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 1954
[Box: 196, Folder: 51]
In Senate: Regular Session, 1956, Senate Bill no. 29, January 10, 1956
[Box: 196, Folder: 52]
Legislation from Ohio, Oregon and Federal Legislation from the U.S. Congress
The Blind Pension Law of the State of Ohio: An Act to Provide for the Relief of Needy Blind, Blind Relief Commission
[Box: 197, Folder: 1]
An Act: House Bill no. 182, General Assembly of the State of Ohio, January 18, 1919
[Box: 197, Folder: 2]
Child Welfare Laws, State of Oregon
[Box: 197, Folder: 3]
Reformatory Site in the District of Columbia, 61st Congress, 3rd Session, December 17, 1910
[Box: 197, Folder: 4]
Contagious and Infectious Diseases Among the Indians: Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, 1913. (2 copies)
[Box: 197, Folder: 5]
A Bill to Limit the Effect of the Regulation of Interstate Commerce Between the States in Goods, Wares, and Merchandise Wholly or in Part Manufactured, Mined, or Produced by Convict Labor or in any Prison or Reformatory, S. 2321, 1914
[Box: 197, Folder: 6]
Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Commerce United States Senate, Seventy-Fifth Congress, Third Session on s. 3290, February 14 and 15, 1938
[Box: 197, Folder: 7]
Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce House of Representatives, Seventy-Fifth Congress, Third Session on H.R. 9047, April 1938. (2 copies)
[Box: 197, Folder: 8]
A Bill to Amend Title 18, United States Code, so as to Regulate the Transportation and Shipment of Fireworks, 84th Congress, 1st Session, S. 1297, March 4, 1955
[Box: 197, Folder: 9]
An Act to Amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 and the Narcotic Drugs Import and Export Act to Provide for a more effective Control of Narcotic Drugs Marijuana, and for other Related Purposes, Public Law 728, 84th Congress, Chapter 629-2nd Session, H.R. 11619, July 18, 1950
[Box: 197, Folder: 10]
An Act to Effect the Control of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs in the District of Columbia, and for Other Purposes, Public Law 764- 84th Congress, Chapter 676- 2nd Session, H.F. 11320, July 24, 1956
[Box: 197, Folder: 11]
Laws Controlling Illicit Narcotics Traffic: Ammendum to Senate Document 120- 84th Congress, 1956
[Box: 197, Folder: 12]
Obscene and Pornographic Literature and Juvenile Delinquency, Interim Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency to the Committee on the Judiciary, 1956
[Box: 197, Folder: 13]
A Bill to Amend Title 18, United States Code so as to Regulate the Transportation and Shipment of Fireworks, 85th Congress, 1st Session, S. 1499, March 8th, 1957
[Box: 197, Folder: 14]
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate, 85th Congress, 1st Session, S. Res. 173, April 30, 1917
[Box: 197, Folder: 15]
Account Book [for general merchandise], March 15, 1870- February 26, 1974 [attribution unknown]
[Box: 198, Folder: 1]
SUBJECT FILES, 1816-1959
Scope and Content Note:

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

ACT-BRECKINRIDGE
Act for Founding and Establishing a Public Hospital in Fayette County, 1816
[Box: 199, Folder: 1]
Addresses, List of Names and Addresses for District and County Offices Supervisors and Workers, 1936-1948
[Box: 199, Folder: 2]
Aids and Safety Precaution for Eyecare
[Box: 199, Folder: 3]
Age of Consent Information, 1958
[Box: 199, Folder: 4]
Alcohol and Alcoholism, 1908-1959
[Box: 199, Folder: 5]
The American Foundation for the Blind, 1932-1937
[Box: 199, Folder: 6]
Anti-Air Rifle Campaign, 1905-1951
[Box: 199, Folder: 7]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes Legislation and B.B. Gun Ordinances

Anti-Steel Trap League News
[Box: 199, Folder: 8]
Bethany Orphanage, 1941
[Box: 199, Folder: 9]
The Berea College Quarterly, v. XVI, no. 1., April 1912
[Box: 199, Folder: 10]
Big Sandy Region, June 28- July, 1915
[Box: 199, Folder: 11]
Bills and Legislation, 1912-1958
[Box: 199, Folder: 12]
Bingo, 1954
[Box: 199, Folder: 13]
Blank Forms
[Box: 199, Folder: 14]
Scope and Content Note:

Membership Cards, Consent forms, Disability Discharge Forms

Blindness Publications
[Box: 199, Folder: 15]
Scope and Content Note:

Stories from the Blind, Articles about Blindness, Causes of Blindness Table, and Lesson Plans for Teachers

Song-Ballets and Devil's Ditties, William Aspenwall Bradley, 1957
[Box: 199, Folder: 16]
Memorial to Madeline McDowell Breckenridge, Lexington Herald Leader, December 5th, 1920
[Box: 199, Folder: 17]
Breckenridge, Curry Desha, Sophinisba, Mary, and John C., 1916-1958
[Box: 199, Folder: 18]
BRYN MAWR COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS
Alumnae Association, 1901-1902
[Box: 199, Folder: 19]
Bulletin, December 1930-Spring 1959
[Box: 199, Folder: 20]
Alumnae Quarterly, January-July 1915
[Box: 199, Folder: 21]
Alumnae Quarterly, 1916-1917
[Box: 200, Folder: 1]
Annual Report of the President, 1894-1895, 1896-1897
[Box: 200, Folder: 2]
Catalogue, 1885-1946
[Box: 200, Folder: 3]
College Calendar, 1898-1899, 1953-1954
[Box: 200, Folder: 4]
College Entrance Examinations, June 1890-1903
[Box: 200, Folder: 5]
The Lantern, 1901
[Box: 200, Folder: 6]
Program, 1894
[Box: 200, Folder: 7]
CENSUS-SMITH
Census of Blind People, Bureau of the Census of the Department of Commerce and Labor, 1910
[Box: 200, Folder: 8]
June Census of 1910
[Box: 200, Folder: 9]
Child Welfare Conference, 1912
[Box: 200, Folder: 10]
Caney Creek Community Center Papers, 1916-1918
[Box: 200, Folder: 11]
Scope and Content Note:

Correspondence and Pamphlets about this center that eventually became Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky

Civic Organizations, 1910-1941
[Box: 200, Folder: 12]
Scope and Content Note:

Included Lions Club (1938-1950) and Women's Club (1910-1941)

Various College Entrance Examinations
[Box: 200, Folder: 13]
Scope and Content Note:

Vassar College, University of St. Andrews, Smith College, Wellesley College.

County Health Departments, News Throughout Kentucky, 1915-1953
[Box: 201, Folder: 1]
Court Cases
[Box: 201, Folder: 2]
Scope and Content Note:

Juvenile Court (1912), Physician cases (1942), Criminal Cases (1955)

Dessie Scott Children's Home, 1952
[Box: 201, Folder: 3]
Dr. Benjamin Winslow Dudley, Waller O. Bullock, 1934
[Box: 201, Folder: 4]
Lexington and Cincinnati Account, Williams R. Dudley, 1857
[Box: 201, Folder: 5]
Eastern Kentucky School Reconstruction Board, 1927-1931
[Box: 201, Folder: 6]
Easter Kentucky State Hospital, 1931-1942
[Box: 201, Folder: 7]
Education, Public Education and Public Schools, 1915-1959
[Box: 201, Folder: 8]
Education and Training for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Blind
[Box: 201, Folder: 9]
Events and News Around Kentucky, 1940-1958
[Box: 201, Folder: 10]
Facilities for the Car of the Blind and Prevention of Blindness in Kentucky, Mrs. Robert Kutak, 1955
[Box: 201, Folder: 11]
Little Lowizy: The Quare Women's Discovery, Lucy Furman, 1929
[Box: 201, Folder: 12]
Fireworks Bills and Legislation, 1932-1956
[Box: 201, Folder: 13]
Flyers Announcing Educational and Clinical Sessions on Eye Disease, 1913-1923
[Box: 201, Folder: 14]
Frenchburg Hospital, 1941
[Box: 201, Folder: 15]
Fox, James W, and James Lane Allen Letters to Linda Neville, 1908-1912
[Box: 201, Folder: 16]
Health Issues Around the Country
[Box: 201, Folder: 17]
Bernard Kellmurray, 1942
[Box: 201, Folder: 18]
Kentucky Medical Association, 1937-1948
[Box: 201, Folder: 19]
Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness
[Box: 201, Folder: 20]
Scope and Content Note:

Bylaws, Membership Payments, Receipts and Expenditures, and Miscellaneous.

Various Subjects of Interest Throughout Lexington, Kentucky
[Box: 201, Folder: 21]
Scope and Content Note:

Includes Map of Lexington

List of Midwives, Kentucky
[Box: 201, Folder: 22]
List of Blind in Kentucky, 1920
[Box: 201, Folder: 23]
Loan Agents and Their Victims, 1909
[Box: 201, Folder: 24]
Lunger, Dr. Ervin, and Sarah Blanding, 1946-1958
[Box: 201, Folder: 25]
Magoffin County Clinic, 1921
[Box: 201, Folder: 26]
Mental Illness, 1926-1957
[Box: 202, Folder: 1]
Miscellaneous Clippings about Fireworks and the Oneida Institute
[Box: 202, Folder: 2]
Missionary News, 1923-1955
[Box: 202, Folder: 3]
Morality and Obscenity in Kentucky, 1911-1958
[Box: 202, Folder: 4]
Scope and Content Note:

Lexington's Moral Improvement League, Issue of Moral Improvement

Morgan County School Report, 1927
[Box: 202, Folder: 5]
New York Association for the Blind, 1908-1916
[Box: 202, Folder: 6]
Nurse's Accounts, 1937-1946
[Box: 202, Folder: 7]
Oneida Institute, 1915
[Box: 202, Folder: 8]
Patient Cases Printed in Newspapers, 1911-1957
[Box: 202, Folder: 9]
Phi Omega Pi Sorority, 1937-1949
[Box: 202, Folder: 10]
Political Issues and Various Platforms Taken in Kentucky, 1912-1923
[Box: 202, Folder: 11]
Preventing Blindness, 1908-1953
[Box: 202, Folder: 12]
Scope and Content Note:

Pertaining to Prevention of Blindness

Promotional Material
[Box: 202, Folder: 13]
Scope and Content Note:

Mountain Fund, Eyesight Care, Society for the Prevention of the Blind

Public Health
[Box: 202, Folder: 14]
Scope and Content Note:

Historical background of Public Health Services in Kentucky

Public Health Nurses, 1914-1928
[Box: 202, Folder: 15]
Public School, 1911-1954
[Box: 202, Folder: 16]
Scope and Content Note:

Kentucky School Boards and Various Public School Matters

Correspondence from Reform School, Greendale Kentucky, 1919
[Box: 202, Folder: 17]
The Growth and Development of Public Health Nursing in Kentucky, Veronica Fishbach Richeimer, 1934
[Box: 202, Folder: 18]
Scope and Content Note:

Master's Thesis from Peabody College

Sayre School, 1954
[Box: 202, Folder: 19]
School Cards
[Box: 202, Folder: 20]
Scope and Content Note:

Learning Aids

Settlement Schools in Kentucky, including Hindman, 1911-1956, and Dine Mountain, 1936
[Box: 202, Folder: 21]
Dr. William B. Smith, 1885-1932
[Box: 202, Folder: 22]
Scope and Content Note:

Correspondence, Publication and Photo

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS
Correspondence and Clippings with and about State Board of Charities and Corrections, 1910-1926
[Box: 203, Folder: 1]
Correspondence with and about Central State Hospital, Lakeland, Kentucky, 1925-1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 2]
Correspondence with and about Eastern State Hospital Concerning Visits and Reports, August 1925-September 1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 3]
Contracts Made, 1922
[Box: 203, Folder: 4]
Monthly Reports, March 1923
[Box: 203, Folder: 5]
Monthly Reports, January 1924
[Box: 203, Folder: 6]
Monthly Reports, September 1925
[Box: 203, Folder: 7]
Monthly Reports, November 1925
[Box: 203, Folder: 8]
Monthly Reports, October 1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 9]
Monthly Reports, November 1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 10]
Monthly Reports, January 1928
[Box: 203, Folder: 11]
Pre-Parole Interviews, 1925-1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 12]
Scope and Content Note:

Lists of Girls and Boys under Parole Supervision

Parole Committee reports for Kentucky Houses of Reform and Kentucky houses of Reform
[Box: 203, Folder: 13]
Prison and Parole, 1914
[Box: 203, Folder: 14]
Scope and Content Note:

Specifications and Work Release

Proceedings of the Conferences and Mass Meeting in Behalf of Prison Reform in New York State, Kentucky Civic Federation, March 1914
[Box: 203, Folder: 15]
The Superintendent's Biennial Report of the Kentucky State Reformatory, November 30, 1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 16]
Kentucky State Reformatory, Statement of Distribution of Prison Population, November 1927
[Box: 203, Folder: 17]
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH-YOUTH AUTHORITY ACT
State Board of Health, Kentucky, 1893-1941
[Box: 203, Folder: 18]
State Hospital Financial Statement and Budget Information, 1924-1925
[Box: 203, Folder: 19]
Dr. J.A. Stuckey, 1906-1929
[Box: 204, Folder: 1]
Study of the Care of the Blind in Kentucky, Charles B. Hayes, 1935
[Box: 204, Folder: 2]
Syphilis, 1915-1943
[Box: 204, Folder: 3]
Product Abuse and Cancer Link to Tobacco 1957-1959
[Box: 204, Folder: 4]
Trachoma, 1910-1914
[Box: 204, Folder: 5]
Trachoma, 1915-1951
[Box: 204, Folder: 6]
Trachoma Education Reports, 1917-1921
[Box: 204, Folder: 7]
Trachoma Eradication Reports, U.S.D.H.S., 1922-1925
[Box: 204, Folder: 8]
Georgia D. Trader, 1944
[Box: 204, Folder: 9]
Tuberculosis, Fayette County, 1911-1939
[Box: 204, Folder: 10]
Vassar College Annual Catalogue, 1898-1899
[Box: 204, Folder: 11]
Venereal Disease, 1918-1943
[Box: 204, Folder: 12]
Scope and Content Note:

Testing Before Marriage, Legislation Regarding Venereal Disease Testing, and the La Follette-Bulwinkle Bill

Vice in Lexington, 1911
[Box: 204, Folder: 13]
War of 1812, List of Widows and Orphans Who Haven't Received Pay for Death of Husband or Father, 1935
[Box: 204, Folder: 14]
John C. Watts, Congressman, 1958
[Box: 204, Folder: 15]
Woll, Margaret, 1940
[Box: 204, Folder: 16]
Women's Suffrage, 1910-1915
[Box: 204, Folder: 17]
Youth Authority Act, 1954
[Box: 204, Folder: 18]