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Linda Neville papers, 1783

Part of Linda Neville papers

kukm1m61m158Guide to the Linda Neville papers, 1783-1974 61M158Processed by Archives staff; machine-readable finding aid created by Beth EiflerUniversity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center2005Special Collections Research CenterMargaret I. King Building, NorthLexington 40506-0039SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDUURL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2015-09-09 16:31:21 -0400.Description is in English. English University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Linda Neville papers 61M158 94.71 Cubic Feet 224 boxes 1783-1974 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. Biographical note 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 Contents 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. Arrangement Organized into the following series: Linda Neville, Neville family, Correspondence and papers; Financial materials, Mountain financial materials, Mountain Fund patient files, Publications, Subject files, and Photographs. Preferred Citation 61m158 : [identification of item], Linda Neville papers, 1783-1974, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Immediate Source of Acquisition Gift, [date] Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.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:1. Materials are accessible only with the permission of the appropriate curator or archivist.2. Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted.3. These materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, digitized, or reproduced in any manner. Conditions Governing Use Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections. Medical records -- Kentucky. Legal files. Legal briefs. Mountain Fund (Ky.) Financial statements. Medical care -- Kentucky -- History -- 20th century. Trachoma. Women in medicine. Lawyers -- Correspondence. Social workers -- Correspondence. Blind -- Kentucky. Kentucky -- Genealogy. Blindness -- Prevention. Eye -- Diseases. Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness Breckinridge family. Payne family. Pearre, Caroline Neville, 1831-1910. Kerr, Charles. Neville family. Neville, John Henry, 1827-1908. Neville, Linda, 1873-1961. Linda NevilleSeries I.1895-1961, undatedAutobiographical narrativesSubseries A.1917-1958, undated1917-1939111940-195812undated13Biographical sketchesSubseries B.1922-1954, undated1922-195414undated15Biographical materialsSubseries C.1905-1961, undatedClippings1905-192916Clippings1930-193917Clippings1940-194918Clippings1950-196119Clippingsundated110Educational recordsundated111Bibliography of works by or about Linda Nevilleundated112Drafts of will [hand written]1954 and 1957113Daily activities logsSubseries D.1913-19581913211916-191922Scope and ContentsIncludes expenditures for daily activities.1916231917241918251919261920271922281923 January-June291923 July-December21019242111926212192921319342141939, 1958215Personal effectsSubseries E.1894-1950, undatedAddress Bookundated31Keepsakes1894-192332Keepsakes1926-1950, undated33Neville family recipesundated34Illustrationsundated35School notesundated36School exercise booksundated31-6Awards and honorsundated41Obituary notice for John H. Neville190842Scope and Contents noteIncludes newspaper clippings and notes of sympathy to Linda Neville and her sister MaryNeville family genealogyundated43David Neville Devaryundated44Scope and Contents noteLinda Neville's adopted son. Includes correspondence from David to Linda Neville, legal documents, financial records, and mental health records.Joanne PenningtonSubseries F.1944-1956Scope and Contents noteLinda Neville's adopted daughterCorrespondence from Joanne to Linda Neville1940-195045Correspondence from Joanne to Linda Neville1951-195646Report cards, Kentucky School of the Blind1944-195047War savings bonds1944-194648Neville familySeries II.1783-1961, undatedJohn Henry Neville (1827-1908)Subseries A.1847-1955, undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's FatherBiographical materialsSubseries i.undated51CorrespondenceSubseries ii.1847-1955, undated1847-185852Scope and Contents noteIncludes letters to and from his sisters, Caroline and Mary1870-1884531890-1905541906-190855undated56Neville genealogy correspondence1880-1954, undated57Scope and Contents noteIncludes correspondence to Linda NevilleMiscellaneousSubseries iii.1868, 1894-1909, undatedNeville genealogy notes1904-1909, undated58Property tax bills, utility bills and building permits1902-190359Property deed transferring a lot on Lexington's Main Street to B. G. Thomas1894 April510Scholarly publications and writingsundated511-12Letters from Europe1868513Scope and Contents noteLetters published in newspapers.Tributesundated514Notes and miscellaneous materialsundated515Personal effectsSubseries iv.1848, 1908, undatedNotebook [Greek]undated61Notebook [Greek]undated62Notebook [Roman Literature (?)]undated63Notebook [Latin]undated64Notebook [Roman]undated71Christian Hymn Book, A. Campbell184872State University of Kentucky, Report of the Association of Alumni for the Year Ending June, 1908190873Collected Works of Ambrose Bierceundated74Journal [Quotes]undated75Notebookundated76Mary Payne Neville (d. 1886)Subseries B.1848-1885, undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's MotherCorrespondence1848-187081Scope and Contents noteIncludes correspondence and checksCorrespondence1860-186982Scope and Contents noteIncludes correspondence and 1869 deedCorrespondence187083Scope and Contents noteCorrespondence during trip to EuropeCorrespondence1871-188584Scope and Contents noteIncludes surveys of land given to Mary PayneCorrespondenceundated85Scope and Contents noteIncludes financial material and deedCorrespondenceundated86Notebook188287Mary Neville (1871-1931)Subseries C.1881-1933, undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's SisterCorrespondenceSubseries i.1881-1931, undated1881-1919911923921924931925941926951927961928-193197undated98Personal effectsSubseries ii.1912-1933, undatedNotebook [French]undated99Notebook [Latin]undated910Notebook [Greek]undated911Affidavit of inheritance from Mary Neville to Linda Neville1933912Bank deposits1912-1915, 1919-1921913Bank deposits1922-1925914Bills1923-1924915Stocks and Bonds purchased1924-1929916Miscellaneous financial materials1919-1923917Cancelled checksSubseries iii.1909-1930, undated1909-19141011915-19171021919-1921103192210419231051924106192710719281081929-1930109Miscellaneous checksundated1010Bank statementsSubseries iv.1921-19311921111192211219231131924114192511519261161927117192811819291191930111019311111Carolyn Neville Pearre (1831-1910)Subseries D.1783-1785, 1873-1911, undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's Aunt (paternal)Biographical materialsundated121Clippings and the Ann Arbor Bible Chairs: Twelve Studies in the Life of Christundated122Scope and Contents noteStudies 1-6, 8-10, 12, and undatedCorrespondence1873-1906, undated123Writings1893-1898124Land deeds1783-1785125Financial records1908-1911126Christian Woman's Board of Missions Membership Certificates [3]undated127Virginia A. Neville (d. 1926)Subseries E.1874-1933, undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's Aunt (paternal)CorrespondenceSubseries i.1874-1926, undated1874-19071311908132190913319101341911135191213619131371914-19161381919-1921139192213101923-19251311undated1312Notesundated1313Correspondence and Will1924-1926141Correspondence Concerning the Virginia Neville EstateSubseries ii.1917-19331927-19281421929-19311431932-1933144Narrative Accounting of Estate1923-1924145Narrative Accounting of Estate1926-1932146Report of Estate1931 October 31147Checks1917-1933148Deposits1931-1933149Disbursement of Estate [ledger]1928-19311410Bank statements1928-19331411The PaynesSubseries F.undatedPayne Genealogyundated151John Breckinridge Payne (1830-1891)Subseries G.1844-1853Scope and Contents noteLinda Neville's Uncle (maternal)Journal1844-1853152Ellen Wooley PayneSubseries H.1889-1904, undatedScope and Contents noteWife of John Breckinridge Payne, Aunt to Linda NevilleCorrespondence1889-1904, undated153Post card scrapbookcirca early 1900s154John Breckinridge Payne, Jr. (1866-1892)Subseries I.1870-1911, undatedScope and Contents noteSon of J.B Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda NevilleCorrespondenceundated155Diary1884156Financial ledgersundated157Financial records1870-1911158Linda Payne Kerr (1867-1896)Subseries J.1884-1922, undatedScope and Contents noteDaughter of J.B. Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda NevilleCorrespondence1884-1904, undated159Financial materials1922-19231510Margaret Payne (1870-1935)Subseries K.1923, undatedScope and Contents noteDaughter of John Breckinridge Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda NevilleCorrespondenceundated1511Financial materials1923, undated1512Mary T. Payne (1872-1915)Subseries L.1895Scope and Contents noteDaughter of J.B. Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda NevilleFinancial materials18951513Sallie Wickliffe Payne (1864-1865)Subseries M.undatedScope and Contents noteDaughter of J.B. Payne and Ellen Wooley Payne, cousin to Linda NevilleCorrespondenceundated1514Daniel McCarty Payne (1794-1865)Subseries M.1805-1873, undatedScope and Contents noteGrandfather to Linda Neville (maternal)Financial materialsSubseries i.1850-1851Account ledger1850-1851161CorrespondenceSubseries ii.1805-1873, undated1805-18161621818-18191631820-18271641828-18361651839-18461661847-18501671851-18541681856-1873169undated1610Zelinda Ann Smith Payne (1809-1883)Subseries N.undatedScope and Contents noteWife of Daniel McCarty Payne, Grandmother to Linda NevilleCorrespondenceundated1611Scope and Contents noteIncludes a hand-written will dated November 28, 1879 and financial recordsEdward Conyers Payne (1841-1871)Subseries O.undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's Uncle (maternal)Notebook [moral philosophy]undated1612Wellington Payne (1835-1899)Subseries P.1872-1873, undatedScope and Contents noteLinda Neville's Uncle (maternal)Correspondenceundated171Copies of business letters sent1872-1873172Emma Williams PayneSubseries Q.1909-1912Scope and Contents noteUnsure 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.Taxes1909-1912173Charles Kerr (1863-1950)Subseries R.1787-1920, 1950, undatedScope and Contents noteHusband to Zelinda Ann Payne, cousin of Linda NevilleBiographical materialsSubseries i.1892-1910, 1950Personal documents1892-1910181Scope and Contents noteIncludes awards, stocks, and policiesCharles Kerr Sr.: Judge Courageous, Robert Wickliffe Wooley1950 July 20182Genealogy1897-1906183Diaries1901-1905184Writings, speeches, and notesSubseries ii.1905-1918, undatedWritingsundated185Writingsundated186Speeches [copies]1908, 1918, undated187Class notes and field notes1905, undated188CorrespondenceSubseries iii.1839-1913, undatedMiscellaneousSubseries a.1839-1913, undated1839-1842191188319218841931885194188619518871961888 January-August1971888 September-October1981888 November-December19918891910189019111891 January-July19121891 August-December19131892 January-March19141892 April-August19151892 September-December19161893 January-May2011893 June-August2021893 September-December2031894 January-March2041894 April-August2051894 September-December2061895 January-June2071895 July-December2081896 January-March2111896 April-July2121896 August-December2131897 January-February2141897 March-April2151897 May-June2161897 July-August2171897 September-October2211897 October222Scope and Contents note[Pennock Estate: letter with enclosures]1897 November-December2231898 January-February2241898 March-April2251898 May-June2261898 July-August2271898 September-October2281898 November-December2291899 January-March22101899 April-May2311899 June-July2321899 August-October2331899 November-December234undated [circa 1899]2351900 January-February2361900 March-April2371900 May-June2381900 July-September2391900 November-December241circa 19002421901 January-February2431901 March-April2441901 May2451901 June-July2461901 August-September2471901 October2481901 November-December249circa 190124101902 January-February24111902 March-April24121902 May-June2511902 July-August2521902 September2531902 October2541902 November-December255circa 1902256circa 19022571903 January2581903 February-March2591903 April-June2611903 July2621903 August2631903 September2641903 October-November2651903 December266circa 19032671904 January-February2681904 March-April2691904 May-June26101904 July26111904 August2721904 September2711904 October 2731904 November-December274circa 1904275Women's suffrage1904276Scope and Contents noteLaura Clay1905 January-March2771905 April-May2781905 June-July2791905 August-October27101905 November-December27111906 January-February2811906 March-April2821906 May-June2831906 July-August2841906 September-October2851906 November-December2861907 January2871907 February2881907 March2891907 April28101907 May28111907 June28121907 July28131907 August28141907 September2911907 October-December2921908 January-March2931908 April-December2941910295To Charles Kerr1911296From Charles Kerr19112971913298undated299undated2910undated2911Clippingscirca 1898-19052912Correspondence ledgersSubseries b.1891-19041891-18933011894-18963021896-19003111898-19013211898-1904322Financial papersSubseries iv.1845-1920BillsSubseries a.1886-192018863311887332188833318893341890335189133618923371893338189433918953310189633111897331218983313189933141900 January-May33151900 June-December33161901 January-May3411901 June-December3421902 January-June3431902 July-December3441903 January-May3451903 June-December34619043471906-1920348undated349ChecksSubseries b.1892-19091892-190135119023521903353190435419053551906356190735719083581909359MiscellaneousSubseries c.1845-1913Receipts and taxesundated3510Mortgage contract and slips for agreement to payundated3511Scope and Contents noteFrom C.E. Talbert to Samual A. Crocker and Co.; in envelope addressed to Thornton and Kerr Law FirmAccount expense books1845-1890361Account expense books1891-1902362Bank ledgers1889-1908363Financial bank ledger1909-191337Financial bank ledger, Bank of Kentucky1909-191138Legal papersSubseries v.1787-1915, undatedAlford - Blue Grass Building and Loan AssociationSubseries a.1863-1915, undatedAlford, O.P. and Fitzgerald, J.W.undated391Allen, B.R. vs. Thompson, W.Z.undated392Anderson, Dovey B.1901393Anderson, James Blythe1914-1915394Anderson, R.H.1911395Ashley, M.A.undated396Bailey, Ann M.1898397Bain, H.W., Maggie A. Hottes and John Banksundated398Ball, T.W. and Leslie, R.1894399Bank of Kentucky18753910Bankers1873-18793911Banks, Katherine Bowman19123912Barbe, Mrs. Eleanorundated3913Barnes, William S.1891, 19083914Barr, Robert M.undated3915Barren Fork Mining Company18833916Batchelor, David C.1894-18953917Beall vs. Beall1896-19033918Beck, James B.18633919Belt Improvement Companyundated3920Bennett, Phillip vs. Clay, H.B.undated3921Beall's heirsundated3922Blackford, Ellen T. vs. S.M. Feltonundated3923Blue Grass Building and Loan Association18983924Blue Grass Building and Loan Association1897-19053925Blue Grass Building and Loan Association18973926Blue Grass Building and Loan Association1893-19013927Blue Grass Building and Loan Association18933928Blythe - ChipleySubseries b.1812-1906Blythe, James1882401Botts, J.S., American Investment Company1903402Bowman, J.B.1883403Bradley Real Estate Company1902404Bradley, O.L.1887405Braxton, Chase1889406Breckinridge Property Abstractundated407Broadway Real Estate Abstract1886408Brown and Welsh Bankruptcyundated409Brown, W.C. vs. Darnell, W.A.undated4010Bryant Abstractundated4011Buckner and Allenundated4012Buford, George1876-18834013Burrier, Maggie1891-19024014Byrne, M.18834015Byrnes, Collie19024016Caldwell, James Madison18884017Carr, Patrick18124018Carrigan, Philip18744019Carson, Estelle S.19084020Carter, A.G.18824021Cason, Williams18914022Castleton Abstract18854023Casto vs. Phister1862-18914024Casto vs. Phister [correspondence]1862-18914025Central Kentucky Traction Company19064026Chenault, Ted18844027Chesapeake Ohio Southwestern Railroad18934028Chinn, A.B. and Fannie18924029Chipper, William F.18924030Chipley, Stephen18944031Church - DeanesSubseries c.1860-1906, undatedChurch, Eliza H.1895411Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railroad1881412Clairborne, Henry1865413Clark, William1860-1866414Clark, Allen vs. Lon Railway1898415Clark, Joseph1901416Clark and Scott attorneys, J.F. Lowry1850-1865417Clay, H.B.1902-1905418Cleaneay, Louise D. and H.Q. and A.J. Cole1892-1896419Clifton Heights Land Company19024110Coleman, J.W.18924111Colored Orphan Industrial Home19064112Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Cumberland Telephoneundated4113Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Lon Railroad18974114Cox, Edith and E.L. Johnson to L.G. Cox18934115Croswaith, Perry18874116Cumberland Pipe Line Co.1902-19054117Cunningham, C.D.1894-18964118Curtis, J.1880-18824119Daily Investment Company19004120Daley, Timothy18804121Daley, Timothy1881-18844122Daley, Timothy1885-18874123Davis, Dickenson vs. David S. Goodloe19054124Deanes, Emiline18914125Demis - FrenchSubseries d.1860-1910Demis, Fisher1865421Deposit Building and Loan Association1897-1903422Deposit Building and Loan Association1880-1899423Dickerson, William and Martha1873424Donalthon House, survey of1882425Dodge, Asa1880-1886426Donovan, Charles1897427Early, R.R. and Ellen F.1888428Eagle, E.E.1882429Edmonson, R.E.18634210Election, Registration [Lexington]19104211Faris, Mrs.18884212Farrel, James A.18724213Fayette Home Telephone Company1901-19044214Fayette Investment Company19064215Fell, W.J.18994216Fell, W.J.1900-19064217Field, Samuel and Scott1877-18834218Flanery, C.F. vs. Elizabeth Mills18814219Flannery, Thompson B.1860-18664220Frienee, W.C.18924221Forbing, Jacob1892-18964222Forman, Thomas19054223Foreshee, Anna Bell and Charles18874224French, B.F.1887-18934225French, B.F.1890-18934226Fulk - Home Construction CompanySubseries e.1832-1906, undatedFulk, Newton1886431Gay, Elizabeth1895432Goodlow, P.J.1852433Gough, R.J.1880-1898434Graham, G.H.1880435Graham, Grolton H.1869436Graham, John R. and Mary E.B.1877-1900437Groves, Belle1880-1903438Hageman, B.C.1900439Hamelton, James J.18834310Hanna, J.E. vs. J.W. Smithundated4311Hardesty, Mary J.19044312Hardon, L.L.18874313Harp, Henry and Elizabeth1884-18934314Hawkins, W.V.1895-18984315Headly, James A.1876-18954316Heidtman, Winnie and Henry F.C.19064317Higgins, Bellie A.1885-18874318Higgins, Laurieundated4319Hinton, J.B.19054320Hodgen, Marion1896-19064321Holderby, E.S.1890-19014322Hollen, D.1832-18394323Holmes, John18674324Huggin, Samuel1896-19054325Home Construction Company18994326Home Investment CompanySubseries f.1901-1904, undated1901 January4411901 May4421901 June4431901 July4441901 August4451901 September4461901 October4471901 November4481901 December4491902 January44101902 October-December4411Accounts of Saunders and Coleman19014412Disbursements19024413Redemptions1901451Deeds, indentures, and materials1901-1903452Scope and Contents noteAll pertain to Charles Kerr being assignee of the Home Investment CompanyCases and insurance1901-1903453Stock certificates1901454Stock certificates1901-1903455Pass books1901-1904456Telegramsundated457undated458Hopkins - McAdamsSubseries g.1787-1908, undatedHopkins, H.T. vs. Mary Marvin Moore1904459Hopple, Richard B.1893-18944510The Horseman18954511Scope and Contents noteChicago Newspaper CompanyHorton propertyundated4512Houghton, Mary E.1907-19084513Hovermule, L.T. vs. New Domain Oil and Gas Companyundated4514Howard, Benjamin18154515Howard Jr. vs James McManes19064516Huffman, J.Hundated4517Hughes, W.I.undated4518Hunters and Berre18604519Harlan, H.L. vs Boon Ingles19024520Jackson, Franklin18944521Jacob, Mrs.undated4522Jeffrey, Alexander18984523Johnson, B.H.19024524Johnson, Harvey18884525Johnson, Jacob18364526Johnson, M.A.undated4527Johnson, Marie L.19024528Jones, B.B.undated461Jones, Charles1899462Jones, Janet S.1832463Jones, John1902464Kellar, J.E.1882465Kendall, Hayden1903466Kenney, M.1896467Kentucky vs. Kelly1896468Kilair, W.F.1907469Kinnard, Wardy18994610Laugh, C.W.undated4611Letcher and Brasfield [abstract]18924612Lewis, Andrew18294613Lewis, Selinaundated4614Lexington Bankery and Trust Companyundated4615Lexington Christian Missionary Society19084616Lexington City National Bankundated4617Lexington Investment Company1898-19014618Lexington Libraryundated4619Lexington Tobacco Company1893-18984620Licking Valley Oil and Gas Company1900-19054621Lipp, D.M.1888-18894622Long vs Brentundated4623Scope and Contents noteLynchburg Insurance CompanyLowry, J.18604624Marable, Mrs. G.undated4625Marrs, J.F. vs Southern Railroad Company18994626Marshall, William18194627Marvin's Admir vs S. Francis Marvin19084628Marvin, Charles19074629Masterson, Richard17874630McAdams-Morford Company19054631McCann - OgdeuSubseries h.1789-1907, undatedMcCann1845471McCoullough1880472McCowan1900473McKean, Samuel1789474McKenna, Alexander and Mary1892475Megowan, James E.1881476Michigan Kentucky Oil Companyundated477Minnie Harvesting Company1905478Montague, Thomas J.1882479Morgan, John H. Company19064710Morgan, John H. Companyundated4711Scope and Contents noteFinancial papers given to Charles Kerr, 1904-1905Morton, Levi and heirs19024712Mount Sterling Oil and Gas Companyundated4713Moxley vs Raganundated4714Muir, W.L. and Eliza19064715Scope and Contents noteDeed to Thomas SmithMurphey, Daniel18874716New Domain Oil and Gas Company1901-19044717New Domain Oil and Gas Company1905-19074718Newby, Jesse18684719Newton, G.B.undated4720Nickau and Stone18954721Nolin, Thomas, John and Jennie18994722Noonan, Anna18914723Northcutt, Dr. Elmer1900-19024724Scope and Contents noteIncludes contracts with Mount Sterling Oil and Gas Company and The Consolidated Oil and Refining CompanyOaks, Alfred Fremont and Ollie May19044725Ogdeu, L.D. and Sara18904726O'Geary - PennockSubseries i.1799-1912O'Geary, J.M. vs American Investment Company1903481Oldham, Marion vs John McElroy1908482Outteu, Thomas1820483Owens, Susan A.1888-1891484Owing, H.D.1895485Parker, Patchel and Patterson1865-1898486Patterson, Robert1799487Payne, John B.1845-1898488Payne, John B.1899-1912489Pearce, L.E.1891-18994810Pearce, L.E.1902-19034811Peebles, Pepper, Parkins, Pierce and Piersall1891-19074812Pennock1893-18974813Pennock, Isaac W.Subseries j.1884-1897, undatedFinancial materialsSubseries a.1884-1897, undatedAccounts received1884-1889, undated491Bills1888-1897492Pre-written bills1893-1897493Miscellaneous1886-1891494Miscellaneous1892-1897495CorrespondenceSubseries b.1884-1897, undatedScope and Contents noteAlso includes some financial materials18844961885 January-June4971885 July-December4981886 January-June4991886 July-December491018874911188849121889-189049131891-18944914189549151896-18974916undated4917Phoenix - PriceSubseries k.1850s-1912, undatedPhoenix Investment Company1901501Porter's Executer vs Porter, Mary J.1891502Power, J.A.1895503Powers, H.W.1898504Preston, John and Walter1850s-1860s505Preston, John and Walter1870s506Preston, John and Walter (1 of 2)1880s507Preston, John and Walter (2 of 2)1880s508Preston, John and Walter1890s, undated509Preston-Ewing Sales Wire Companyundated5010Scope and Contents noteConcerns John and Walter Preston debtsPreston, Margaret18995011Preston, Mary H.18915012Preston, R. Wickliffe18985013Prewitt, S.J.18995014Price, Lida19125015Ramsey - SteeleSubseries l.1797-1912, undatedRamsey, Almaundated511Ranck, George and Helen1892512Ratliff, H.B.1875513Reid, Martha1880514Rice, Levi and May1889515Richmond and Lexington Oil and Gas Company1900-1901516Riley, J.J.1912517Robert, P.D.1861518Rofs, Clifton B.1847519Rogers, James C.19065110Rogers, Sidney18885111Rogers, Tabitha18915112Rose, M.T.1890-18975113Russel, L.S.1890-18915114St. Clair18895115Sandusky, G.W.18985116Saturday Night Savings and Loan Association18905117Seary, C.L.19025118Sayre, Nannie19025119Security Trust and Safety Vault Company of Lexington1894-19035120Shanklin, Georgeundated5121Shelby, D.H.19005122Shelby, William18905123Sherman-Kimball-Williams18885124Shroyer vs Dolanundated5125Shipp, Amauthus18975126Slade, J.T.18825127Smedley, George18865128Smith, Lilly vs Smith, Louis19035129Smither, Robert17975130Somerset Water Company18915131Sopher, Benjamin and Louisa18805132Spain, Johnundated5133Spencer, Edmund and Richard19025134Spurr, Jane L.18935135Stackhouse, C.18875136Standard Oil Company19055137Steele, Andrew and Sallie18975138Stephens - United States Mutual Investment CompanySubseries m.1831-1909, undatedStephens, Luther1831521Sterling Oil Company1905522Stevens' Receipts1902523Stoll, J.S.1906524Stone, Elizabeth H.1898525Strader, Jacob[1860]526Strobel, Eliza1894527Sullivan, Martin and Company1906528Sullivan, William1901529Sutton, George W.18705210Tabler, M.L.18905211Talbott, Mary vs John Ramey18985212Taylor, Henry and Sallie18995213Taylor, W.L.18855214Thompson, Austin and Samuel18915215Thompson, S.S.18915216Thomson, W.Z.18875217Thurman, Margaret M. vs Maggie Jones19055218Tice, F.G. vs Thompson, H.C.19095219Tisdale, William18905220Todd, John B. vs Perkins, Will19025221Travis, Jeremiah18455222Trigg, T.P. and Bettie18925223Twendie, Albert vs Mary O'Maraundated5224Upper Street Baptist Church19065225United States Mutual Investment Companyundated5226United States Mutual Investment Company - WillsSubseries n.1812-1913, undatedUnited States Mutual Investment Company, mortgage/policiesundated531United States Mutual Investment Company, land grants1812532United States Mutual Investment Company, ledger1898-1902533Vance, Harvey1886534Vanme, S.L.1909535Van Orsdel1898536Vaughan, Robert W.1905537Vaughn, George1913538Vaughn, Stephen1845539Viley [petition]undated5310Waco Brick and Manufacturing Company1902-19055311Ware, Cora E.undated5312Warren, Thomas L.19055313Webb, George C.19005314Weeks, George S.19065315Weiss, Mary D.undated5316Whitney, Earl19035317Wickliffe-Williams1852-19075318Willis, Ellingtonundated5319Wills, Johnsonundated5320Wilson - Zimmerman, no nameSubseries o.1860-1915, undatedWilson, Alice P.1885541Wilson, B.M.1897-1898542Wilson, F.S.1911-1912543Wilson, F.S.1913-1915544Wilson, Robert H.1907545Wiltsie, Charles H.1898-1899546Wolfe, William1872547Womback, B.M.1860548Wooley, B.H.1900-1906549Wooley, Sarah H.1868-18995410Wooley, Sarah H.1900-1909, undated5411Wooley, Charles W.18995412Woolley, R.W.19065413Woolley, Sophia18995414Wright, John18755415Yellman's Administrationundated5416Young, Laura and John18915417Young Men's Christian Association19035418Young, Milton18845419Zimmerman, Elizabeth19045420No nameundated5421No nameundated5422MiscellaneousSubseries p.1894, undatedLegal ledger [land deeds]undated551Thorton and Kerr legal ledger1894552Published arguments and court casesundated561-2Other pamphletsundated563Scope and Contents noteIncludes materials concerning the Lexington, KY cemetery and Winchester and Lexington Turnpike RoadIn Kentucky [poem], James H. Mulliganundated564Correspondence and papersSeries III.1879-1959, undatedScope and Contents noteThis 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.1879-18985711903-19045721905-1906573190757419085751909 January5761909 February-May5771909 June-December5781910 January-May5791910 June57101910 July57111910 August-September57121910 October57131910 November57141910 December5715undated, 191057161911 January-February5811911 March-June5821911 July5831911 August5841911 September5851911 October5861911 November5871911 December5881912 January-March5891912 April-May58101912 June58111912 July58121912 August-September58131912 October58141912 November58151912 December5816undated, 191258171913 January-February5911913 March-April5921913 May5931913 June5941913 July5951913 August5961913 September5971913 October5981913 November5991913 December5910undated, 191359111914 January59121914 February59131914 March59141914 April6011914 May6021914 June-July6031914 August6041914 September6051914 October6061914 November6071914 December608undated, 19146091915 January 1-1060101915 January 11-3160111915 February60121915 March60131915 April60141915 May60151915 June6111915 July6121915 August6131915 September6141915 October6151915 November6161915 December 1-156171915 December 16-31618undated, 19156191916 January 1-1361101916 January 14-1861111916 January 19-3161121916 February6113undated, 191661141916 March6211916 April6221916 May6231916 June 1-176241916 June 18-306251916 July 1-156261916 July 16-316271916 August6281916 September6291916 October62101916 November62111916 December 1-1062121916 December 11-316213undated, 191662141917 January6311917 February6321917 March6331917 April-May6341917 June6351917 July6361917 August6371917 September6381917 October6391917 November63101917 December6311undated, 191763121918 January6313undated, 191863141918 February63151918 March63161918 April6411918 May6421918 June6431918 July6441918 August6451918 September6461918 October6471918 November6481918 December649undated, 191864101919 January64111919 February64121919 March64131919 April64141919 May64151919 June64161919 July651undated, 1919 July6521919 August6531919 September6541919 October6551919 November6561919 December657undated, 19196581920 January6591920 February65101920 March65111920 April65121920 May65131920 June6611920 July 1-226621920 July 23-316631920 August6641920 September6651920 October 1-166661920 October 17-316671920 November 1-246681920 November 15-306691920 December 1-1566101920 December 16-316611undated, 192066121921 January 1-1466131921 January 15-3166141921 February66151921 March66161921 April66171921 May 1-106711921 May 11-316721921 June6731921 July6741921 August6751921 September6761921 October6771921 November 1-146781921 November 15-306791921 December681undated, 19216821922 January6831922 February6841922 March6851922 April6861922 May6871922 June6881922 July6891922 August 1-2468101922 August 25-3168111922 September 1-1068121922 September 11-3068131922 October 1-1468141922 October 15-316911922 November6921922 December693undated, 19226941923 January6951923 February6961923 March6971923 April6981923 May6991923 June 1-1569101923 June 16-3069111923 July 1-2369121923 July 24-3169131923 August 1-1569141923 August 16-3169151923 September69161923 October7011923 November7021923 December703undated, 19237041924 January 1-197051924 January 20-317061924 February7071924 March7081924 April7091924 May70101924 June70111924 July70121924 August70131924 September70141924 October70151924 November70161924 December7017undated, 192470181925 January70191925 February70201925 March70211925 May70221925 June7111925 July7121925 August7131925 September7141925 October7151925 November7161925 December717undated, 19257181926 January7191926 February71101926 March-April71111926 May71121926 June-July71131926 August71141926 September71151926 October-November71161926 December7117undated, 192671181927 January-February71191927 March-May71201927 June7211927 July7221927 August7231927 September-October7241927 November7251927 December7261928 January-April7271928 May-August7281928 September-December7291929 January-April72101929 May-July72111929 August-December72121930 January-August72131930 September-December72141931 January-September72151931 October-December72161932 January-May72171932 June-December72181933 January-June72191933 July-December7220undated, 193372211934 January-February7311934 March-May7321934 June7331934 July-December7341935 January-March7351935 April-August7361935 September-December7371936 January-May7381936 June-October7391936 November-December73101937 January73111937 February73121937 March-April73131937 May-August73141937 September73151937 October73161937 November73171937 December7318undated, 193773191938 January 1-1573201938 January 16-3173211938 February73221938 March73231938 April7411938 May-July7421938 August-December743undated, 19387441939 January-March7451939 April-June7461939 July-September7471939 October7481938 November-December749undated, 193874101940 January74111940 February74121940 March-June74131940 July-August74141940 September-October74151940 November-December7416undated, 194074171941 January-February74181941 March74191941 April74201941 May7511941 June7521941 July7531941 August-September7541941 October7551941 November7561941 December7571942 January7581942 February-April7591942 May-June75101942 July-August75111942 September-October75121942 November75131942 December75141943 January75151943 February75161943 March75171943 April75181943 May75191943 June-July7611943 August7621943 September-December7631944 January-May7641944 June7651944 July7661944 August-September7671944 October7681944 November 1-147691944 November 15-3076101944 December76111945 January-December76121946 January-March76131946 April-June76141946 July-December76151947 January-April76161947 May-June76171947 July-December76181948 January-June76191948 July-December76201949 January-June7711949 July-December7721950 January7731950 February7741950 March7751950 April7761950 May7771950 June-December7781951 January-March7791951 April-June77101951 July-September77111951 October-December77121952 January-March77131952 April-June77141952 July-December77151953 January-March77161953 April-June77171953 July-September77181953 October-December77191954 January-February77201954 March-May77211954 June-September7811954 October-December7821955 January-March7831955 April-May7841955 June-September7851955 October-December7861956 January7871956 February-May7881956 June-August7891956 September-November78101956 December78111957 January-February78121957 March-April78131957 May78141957 June-September78151957 October-December78161958 January-April78171958 May78181958 June-December78191959 January7820undated7821undated791undated792Financial materialsSeries IV.1909-1958, undatedScope and Contents noteThese 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.Subseries A.1909-1930Cancelled checks and bank book1909-1910801Ledger with deposits [organizational dues?]1910-1915802Promissory notes1911803Property leases1920-1926804Bills1923805Ledger book1924806Purchase of stocks1924-1926807Cancelled checks1925808Fire damage assessments1926809Cancelled checks19268010Cancelled checks19278011Purchase of stocks19278012Cancelled checks19288013Purchase of stocks19288014Promissory notes19288015Bills19298016Cancelled checks19298017Purchase of stocks19298018Stock information [purchaser unknown]19298019Promissory notes19298020Cancelled checks19308021Purchase of stocks19308022Promissory notes19308023Bills19308024Subseries B.1930-1932Rent paid by tenants1930-1933811Cancelled checks1931812Deposits1931813Bills1931814Promissory notes1931815Bills1931816Billsundated817Insurance policies1931818Cancelled checks1932819Bills19328110Deposits19328111Promissory notes19328112Bills19328113Subseries C.1933-1934Cancelled checks1933821Bills1933822Promissory notes1933823Deposits1933824Bills1934825Deposits1934826Cancelled checks1934827Promissory notes1934828Bills1934829Subseries D.1935-1937Cancelled checks1935831Bills1935832Promissory notes1935833Deposits1935834Rent paid by tenants1935835Cancelled checks1936836Deposits1936837Cancelled checks1937838Bills1937839Subseries E.1938-1953Checks1935841Bills1938842Deposits1938843Bank depositsundated844Cancelled checks1939845Deposits1939846Checks cancelled1940847Bills1940848Bills1941849Deposits19428410Bills19438411Bills19448412Checkbook1945-19468413Bills19458414Bills19468415Financial ledger19478416Receipt book19508417Rents and dividends19528418Partial ledger19538419Bank reports19538420Bills19538421Subseries F.1954-1956Ledger1954851Cancelled checks1954852Bank deposits1954853Ledger1955854Bills1955855Cancelled checks1955856Promissory notes1955857Bank deposits1955858Ledger1956859Bills19568510Promissory notes19568511Cancelled checks19568512Federal Income Tax payment receipt19568513Bank deposits19568514Fire Insurance information19568515Promissory notes19578516Checks cancelled19578517Deposits19578518Bank statementsSubseries G.1931-1939193186119328621933863193486419358651936866193786719388681939869Tax bills and receiptsSubseries H.1911-1958Subseries i.1911-1935Tax bills1911871City Property Tax receiptundated872Tax bills1919873City Tax bills1922874City Property Tax receipt1922875City Property Tax bill1925876City Property Tax receipt1925877City Property Tax receipt1926878Fayette County Tax receipts1926879City Property Tax bill19278710City Property Tax receipts19278711City Property Tax receipts19288712City Tax bill19298713County Property Tax bills19308714City Property Tax bills19318715City Property Tax receipt19318716County Property Tax bills19318717City Property Tax bills19328718County Property Tax bills19328719City Property Tax receipts19328720City Property Taxes19338721City Property Tax receipts19338722County Property Tax bills19338723City Property Tax bills19348724Fayette County Property Tax19348725Fayette County Property Tax receipts19348726Tax bills19358727Fayette County Property Tax bills19358728Tax receipt19358729Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr19358730Subseries ii.1936-1958City Tax bills1936881Fayette County Tax bills1936882City Property Tax receipts1936883Fayette County Tax receipt1936884Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr1936885City Tax bills1937886County Tax bills1937887City Property Tax receipts1937888County Property Tax receipts1937889Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr19378810Tax bills19388811Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr19388812City Tax bills19398813Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville Payne and Kerr19398814City Tax bills19408815State Tax bills19408816Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19408817Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19418818Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19428819Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19438820Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19448821Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19458822Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19468823Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19478824Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19488825Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19498826Partnership Income Tax Return for Neville, Payne, and Kerr19508827Income Tax Returns19508828Income Tax information19518829City Property Tax bills19558830Purchased shares1929-19558831County Property Tax bills19568832Individual Income Tax Return19558833Partnership Income Tax for Neville Payne and Kerr19558834Income Tax Return19568835State Intangible Property Tax Return19578836Notes on personal expenses and income19578837Intangible Property Tax Return19588838MiscellaneousSubseries I.1919-1935, undatedRed Cross expenses1919-1922891Red Cross expenses1919-1920892Red Cross expenses1921893Red Cross expenses1922-1924894Plan of Property to be Decided by Linda Neville by the City of Lexingtonundated895Storm and Sewer Easement1933-1934896Walter Tuttle vs Linda Neville1935897Mountain financial materialsSeries V.1904-1958Scope and Contents noteThe 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.Conditions Governing Access notePLEASE NOTE: Boxes 103-105 are restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.MiscellaneousSubseries A.1909-1956Procedure for Mountain Fund Eye Patients, Linda Neville1942901Savings account book1909902Lexington City National bank book1909-1910903Donor book1910-1911904Expenses between1910 March-October905Letters from donors1917-1920906Receipts1946907Receipts1947908Receipts1955-1956909Letters from donorsSubseries B.1910-19281910-19119010191390111914901219159013191690141917901519189016191990171920901819219019192390201924902119259022192690231927902419289025Claims against the Mountain FundSubseries C.1919-19581919-19249111923-19269121929-19349131935 January-May9141935 June-October9151935 November-December9161936 January-June9171936 July-December9181937 January-May9191937 June-December9110193891111939 July-December91121939 January-June91131940 January-May91141940 June-December91151941 January-May9211941 June9221941 July-December9231942 January-April9241942 May-June9251942 July-December9261943 January-October927194492819469291947921019509211195192121952921319539214195492151955931195693219579331958934Accounts sent to the stateSubseries D.1905-195619349411935942193694319379441938945193994619409471941 January-June9481941 July-December9491942 January-July94101942 July-December94111943 January-June94121943 July-December94131944951194595219469531947 January-June9541947 July-December9551948 January-July9561948 July-December9571949 January-July9581949 July-December959195095101951 January-May95111951 June-July95121952 January-May9611952 June-December9621953 January-April9631953 May-June9641953 July-December96519549661935 January-May9671955 June-December9681956 January-June969Linda Neville's notes on financial accounts1909-1912971Receipts of accounts paid1919-1912972Receipt refund and deposit records1905-1915973Telephone and telegram records1912-1928974Account book1925975Duplication of Deposits Letters from Donors of Mountain Fund List of Donations1915-1926976Pass book1912-1914981Receipts paid1913-1915982Grocery/Food expenses1920-1921983Receipts paid1924984Account Expense book1921-1922985Receipts paid1921-1924986Account book and personal expenses1922-1923987Disbursements by Mountain Fund1923988Log of Mountain Fund checks paid out1923989Disbursements by Mountain Fund19249810Check Book receipts1932, 19389811Check Book receipts19399812Postage account for Mountain Fund1916-1917991Telephone calls and telegraphs placed1920992Cancelled checksSubseries E.1909-19501909-191210011913-191510021917-191910031920-192210041923-192510051926-192810061929-1938100719501008Deposit slipsSubseries F.1910-19391910-192010111921-192810121929-193310131934-193510141936-193710151938-19391016Bank statementsSubseries G.1921-19391921-192510211926-1928102219291023193010241931102519321026193310271934102819351029193610210193710211193810212193910213Miscellaneous restricted financial materialsSubseries H.1945-1957Conditions Governing Access notePLEASE NOTE: Boxes 103-105 and 117-160 are restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.194510311946103219471033194810341949103519501036195110371952103819531039195410310195510311195610312195810314195710313Mountain Fund patient filesSeries VI.1904-1958Scope and Contents noteThese 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 ledgersSubseries A.1908-1941Mountain Fund patient summary of numbers1908-194210315List of patients by date of treatment191410316Ledger of patient names1908-194210317Scope and Contents noteIncludes condition and treatmentPatient names with conditions and treatments [photocopy]1908-193810318Patient names with conditions and treatments [original - not for patron use]1908-193810319Ledger of Mountain Fund patients1914-19291041Scope and Contents noteAlphabetical by patient's last nameLedger of patients by year [photocopy]1908-19261042Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical information over 80 yearsLedger of patients by year [original - not for patron use]1908-19261043Ledger of Mountain Fund patients by year [photocopy]1927-19411044Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical informationLedger of Mountain Fund patients by year [original - not for patron use]1927-19411045Patients by date of applicationSubseries B.1906-19571906-191110461912-191710471918-192210481923-192910491930-1934104101935-1937104111938-194010412194110413Alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients194210414Pocket ledgers1913-1936, 193310415Scope and Contents noteOrganized by yearLedger of cases1922-192310416Scope and Contents noteOrganized by last nameGonorrheal eye infection cases1911-193910417Scope and Contents noteHospitalized by the Mountain FundMountain Fund eye patients194110418List of Mountain Fund patients by arrival date19421051Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical informationAlphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients19431052Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients19431053Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical informationList of Mountain Applicants and Recipients1951 June 51054Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients19441055Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical information and individual namesLedger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients19441056Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical information and individual namesLedger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients19451057Scope and Contents noteIncludes medical information and individual namesLedger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients19451058Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients19461059Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients194610510Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients194710511Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients194710512Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients194810513Ledger with alphabetical list of patients194810514Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients194910515Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients194910516Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients195010517Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients195010518Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients195110519Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients195210520Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients195310521Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients195410522Ledger with chronological list of Mountain Fund patients195510523Ledger with alphabetical list of Mountain Fund patients195310524List of applicants with eye conditions1948-195210525Mountain Fund babies193710526Chronological list of patients195710527Tabulation of positive Gonococcus194810528List of patients with Cataracts Division of Public Assistance195310529Miscellaneous unrestricted patient filesSubseries C.1911-1915Kentucky Institute for the Education of the Blind Report of Eye Test1911 December1061Thirteen cases of Gonorrheal Ophthalmia among babies born in Lexington19121062Patients that need glasses1914-19151063Kentucky Trachoma ClinicsSubseries D.1912-1924Scope and Contents noteThe 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. Stucky1912-19131064Trachoma clinics and investigations19151065Investigation of Trachoma in Anderson Co.19151066USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pineville, KY1915 September 281067USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Owingsville, Bath Co.1921 October 24-261068Investigation of Trachoma in Paris Grade Schools, Bourbon Co.1915 March 261069US Public Health Service Trachoma Clinic, Boyle Co.1921 November 11-1210610Eye Clinic, Breathitt Co., Guerrant1912 July 22-2310611USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morgan Town, Butler Co.1919 October10612USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Grayson, Carter Co.1922 October 10-1210613USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Grayson, Carter Co.1922 November 15-1710614USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Olive Hill, Carter Co.1923 January 11-1210615USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Grayson, Carter Co.1923 July 23-2510616Investigation of Trachoma in Clay Co. consolidated schools191410617Eye Clinic, Oneida, Clay Co. [1 of 2]191410618Eye Clinic, Oneida, Clay Co. [2 of 2]191410619USPHS and ARC Kentucky Trachoma Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co.1920 October 5-810620USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Manchester, Clay Co.1921 May 9-1310621USPHS Throat, Ear, Nose and Eye Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co. [1 of 2]1922 September 4-610622USPHS Throat, Ear, Nose and Eye Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co. [2 of 2]1922 September 4-610623USPHS Trachoma Clinic/Crippled Children, Manchester, Clay Co.1922 October 3-51071Eye, Ear and Throat Clinic, Big Creek, Clay Co.1923 September 3-61072Casey County request for clinic19201073USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Winchester, Clark Co.1920 June 151074USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Brownsville, Edmonson Co.1919 September 16-191075USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Brownsville, Edmonson Co.1919 October 161076USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Sandy Hook, Elliot Co.1923 August 28-301077USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Sandy Hook, Elliot Co.1923 October 1-31078Fleming County, survey of trachoma19221079Trachoma investigations in the public schools of Lexington, Fayette Co., by the US Public Health Service1914 November 3010710USPHS Trachoma Clinic, State Houses of Reform, Greendale, Fayette Co.1918 October10711USPHS Trachoma Clinic, State Reformatory, Frankfort, Franklin Co.1915 March 2310712USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Feebler Minded Institute, Frankfort, Franklin Co.1921 May 31-June 110713USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hickman, Fulton Co.1921 October 11-1410714USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hickman, Fulton Co.1921 November 22-2310715USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Lancaster, Garrard Co.1921 May 24-2710716USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mayfield, Graves Co.1921 November 2-410717USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Fancy Farm, Graves Co.1921 November 28-2910718USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mayfield, Graves Co.1922 August 1-410719USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co.1917 March 23-2410720USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co.1920 August 17 and 1910721USPHS Trachoma Service, Greenup, Greenup Co.1921 July 19-2110722USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co.1921 August 23-2610723USPHS Trachoma and Lame Children's Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co.1922 July 18-2110724USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Oldtown, Greenup Co.1922 August 22-2310725USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenup, Greenup Co.1923 August 14-1610726USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hawesville, Hancock Co.1918 June 2810727USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McGuffey, Hardin Co.1920 September 7-810728USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pine Mountain, Harlan Co.1918 August 12-1510729USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Harlan, Harlan Co.1919 November 19-2110730USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pine Mountain, Harlan Co.1922 November 4-710731USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Madisonville, Hopkins Co.1916 December 7-910732USPHS Trachoma Hospital, Jackson Co.1915, 191910733USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McKee, Jackson Co.1920 August 24-271081USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McKee, Jackson Co.1922 August 29-301082USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McKee, Jackson Co.1922 October 17-181083USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Nicholasville, Jessamine Co.1922 February 14-171084USPHS Trachoma Clinic, VanLear, Johnson Co.1922 February 28-March 31085USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Hindman, Knott Co.1914 October 19-211086Investigation of trachoma in Knox Co. public schools1914 October1087USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Barboursville, Knox Co.1921 May 16-201088USPHS Trachoma Hospital, London, Laurel Co.1915 August1089USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Wooten, Leslie Co.1920 November 30 and December 1-210810USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Whitesburg, Letcher Co.1920-192110811USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Stanford, Lincoln Co.1922 November 8-9 and December 12-1310812USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Salyersville, Magoffin Co.1920 September 28-October 210813USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Salyersville, Magoffin Co.1921 September 8-910814USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Eddyville, Lyon Co.1920 November 17-1910815USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Berea, Madison Co.1915 February 1610816USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Paducah, McCracken Co.1920 July10817Eye clinic, McCreary Co.undated10818USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Harrodsburg, Mercer Co.1921 November 8-1010819USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Tompkinsville, Monroe Co.1920 September 14-1610820USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co.1922 January 11-1410821USPHS Trachoma Clinic, West Liberty, Morgan Co.1922 October 24-2510822USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Frenchburg, Menifee Co.1924 September 26-2810823USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Greenville, Muhlenberg Co.1915 December10824USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Witherspoon College, Buckhorn, Perry Co.1915 March 1810825USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Pikeville, Pike Co.1916 July 1810826Investigations of Trachoma in the Highland Orphans Home, Clay City, Powell Co.1916 April 1410827USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co.1916 September 13-1510828USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co.1921 August 15-1910829USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co.1922 December 5-710830USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co.1923 January 8-910831USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morehead, Rowan Co.1923 July 26-2710832USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co.1922 May 9-111091USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Georgetown, Scott Co.1915 March 31092Trachoma clinics, Campbellsville, Taylor Co.19221093USPHS Trachoma Service, Elkton, Todd Co.1921 November 2-51094Trachoma clinic, Trigg Co.19221095USPHS Trachoma Clinic, Morganfield, Union Co.1922 September 12-131096Trachoma clinic, Washington Co.19231097Trachoma in Wayne Co.19221098USPHS Trachoma Clinic, London, Whitley Co.1920 January 191099Trachoma in Woodford Co.1914, 192410910USPHS Trachoma Clinic, McGuffey, Hardin Co., Ohio1920 September 7-810911Individual Patient Case FilesSubseries E.1904-1926Oaks, Alfred Fremont and Ollie May190410912Amburgey, Linville190810913Amburgey, Simeon190810914Combs, Cappie190810915Combs, Julia190810916Combs, Sarah190810917Combs, Wesley190810918Doyle, J.A.190810919Gent, Allie190810920Hays, Eaphnau190810921Martin, Sara190810922Whitaker, Bettie190810923Whitaker, John P.190810924Combs, Dora190910925Engle, Leslie190910926Hogg, Kelley190910927Stallard, Jahlia190910928Stewart, Arrie190910929Walker, Sallie Cornett190910930Combs, Cora191010931Combs, Jane191010932Combs, Perlina191010933Combs, Washington191010934Glibert, Stephen191010935Grigsby, Charles191010936Johnson, male child191010937Martin, Johnnie191010938Piginon, Owen191010939Wilson191010940Amburgey, Nancy191110941Baker, Delia191110942Cornett, Cora191110943Moore, Mollie191110944Morgan, Lucinda191110945Morgan, Elizabeth191110946Richie, Leona191110947Watts, Bessie191110948Akers, Deweyundated1101Allen, Isabel19121102Collier, Ethel19121103Combs, Fred19121104Cornett, William19121105Diamond, Mary Frances Louisa Childers Nannie Lou19121106Ferrell, John19121107Francis, James Daniel19121108Jett, Emma19121109Neal, William191211010Tuggle, Fannie Lee191211011Vires, Elvira191211012Watts, Harlan191211013Wells, William191211014Barrett, Mrs. (Breathitt County)191311015Craft, David191311016Chasteen, Bud James191311017Chasteen, George191311018Chasteen, John191311019Combs, Lula191311020Combs, William191311021Cornett, Hazel191311022Coulter, boy191311023Henderson, Alfred191311024Hicks, Myrtle191311025Jenkins191311026McKenney, Madgie and Goldie May191311027Nichols, Flora191311028Owens, Jennie Virginia (marries Robert Wilson), (1 of 2)191311029Owens, Jennie Virginia (marries Robert Wilson), (2 of 2)191311030Patrick, Lula191311031Ritchie, Rebecca191311032Shepherd, Solomon (son of Abe Shepherd)191311033Slone, Walter191311034Smith, Sarah191311035Smith, Simon191311036Crane, Lottie191411037Jones, Mary191411038McGuire, A.E.191411039Martin, Lizzie Ethel191411040Robinson, Ollie191411041Baker, Beckham and Sarah191511042Davis, boy (McCreary County)191511043Hinkle, Benjamin191511044Hounshell, Harry191511045Oney, Allen191511046Peterman, Nettie191511047Samples, Katie191511048Seals, Eliza191511049Shelton, Anna191511050Smith, Claude191511051Smith, Mary191511052Spencer, Mrs. Jack and baby191511053Spurlock, Servia191511054Turner, Andrew191511055Wilson, Essie191511056Barnes, Bettie19161111Carmen, Issac19161112Caudill, Fanny19161113Clemmons, Alice and Everett19161114Coyle, William19161115Flenner, daughter of J.J. Flenner19161116Leddington, Mollie19161117Murphy, William19161118Patch, Lula Doyle Hazel19161119Phillips, Mrs. J.B.191611110Pratt, Rovie Ellen191611111Riley, John191611112Samuel, Alma191611113Smith, Ella May191611114Smith, Masie Ethel191611115Thompson, Mary191611116Warren, Amanda191611117Abbott, girl191711118Akeman, Polle191711119Barnes, Grayson191711120Baylor, Hallie191711121Begley, Gran191711122Calhoun, Mr.191711123Causey, Mary191711124Conley, Martha191711125Cromer, Gertrude191711126Davis, Will191711127Fuller, Ida, Green, Bessie, and Minnie191711128Gabbard, Clay191711129Gordy, Mark191711130Hall, Sarah191711131Hall, Thomas191711132Hamlin, Mrs.191711133Hinton, Ethel191711134Horine, child191711135Hughes, Nelson191711136Hughes, Mrs. Bell191711137Jett, Maggie191711138Jones, Mary191711139Lykans, Fred191711140McPherson, Beatrice191711141Mosely191711142Perkins, Bertha191711143Reynolds, Essie191711144Russell, baby of Floyd191711145Sloan, Ezra191711146Sloan, Louarkey191711147Sloan, Noah191711148Sloan, Willard191711149Smith, Larcenie191711150Trosper, Robert G.191711151Wallers, Pearly and Jane191711152White, baby (child of Agnes White, Lexington)191711153White, Mr. (Montgomery County)191711154Anderson, Joseph and Elizabeth19181121Baker, Taylor19181122Blanton, Chester19181123Boggs, L.F.19181124Bramback, Georgia19181125Chapman, Curry19181126Darrell, Clarence19181127Evans, Belva19181128Harris, Burchell19181129Hillman, Ethel191811210Holland, Roxie191811211Howard, Clara191811212Isom, Mrs. Belle191811213Minniard, Mossie191811214Moore, Hugh191811215Nobel, Bessie191811216Pepper, Austin191811217Phelps, Sam191811218Pine Mountain Settlement School, Harlan County191811219Richie, May191811220Ritchie, Laurena191811221Siler, Clara191811222Simpson, Verdi191811223Sizemore, Ida191811224Sloan, Roxie191811225Vaugh, William191811226Vincent, Fairy Belle191811227Wood, Icie C.191811228Wood, Lieuverna191811229Atkins, Martin (alias James Stanton)191911230Clemmons, Angel191911231Coe, Tim Edward191911232Costello, Tony191911233Cottrell, Jessie191911234Cottrell, Thomas191911235Creech, Charles191911236Flint, Bessie191911237Hubbard, George191911238Lane, Harry191911239McKenzie, Wallace191911240Shepherd, Sarah191911241Smedley, W.A.191911242Spencer, Lucy191911243Tolliever, Ed191911244Tuck, Hattie191911245White, Chloe191911246Wooderck, Johnnie191911247Adams, Ophelia192011248Baxter, Robert192011249Blanton, Claude192011250Bobbitt, Harry192011251Caudill, Altie192011252Click, Don192011253Coulter, Mrs. Josie192011254Cox, Louise192011255Crockett, Joe192011256Hampton, Edgar192011257Lytle, Woodward192011258Robinson, Waldo192011259Terry, Thomas Henry192011260Vandergrift, Joe192011261Adams, Theda19211131Arnett, Ernest19211132Bradley, Luther1921-19251133Bradley, Luther1926-19331134Combs, Harvey19211135Griffin, baby19211136Hall, Allie19211137Jarvis, Hansel19211138Jesse, Nellie19211139Johnson, Mrs. Stevie192111310Jones, John Ed192111311McGraw, John192111312McIntosh, Reed192111313Meeks, Pauline192111314Murphy, Maggie192111315Murphy, Orie Marie192111316Neal, Earl192111317Neal, Gracie192111318Neal, Lonzo192111319Neal, Milford and Sallie192111320Patton, Bettie192111321Powell, J.W.192111322Rowe, Clementine192111323Shelton, Lena192111324Shields, Irene192111325Sparks, Pete192111326Tincher, Ann192111327Wilson, Andrew192111328Adam, Mrs. J.C.19221141Adams, Grace19221142Adams, Johnnie19221143Akers, May19221144Brown, Ethel19221145Burden, Nell19221146Burden, Roxie19221147Burdine, LeRoy (father of Fred Burdine)19221148Carpenter, Louise19221149Cavanaugh, Gammon192211410Cox, Beulah192211411Day, Edgar192211412Day, Julia192211413Day, Will192211414Greathouse, Cecil192211415Hughes, Otie192211416Hubbard, Jennie192211417Ison, June192211418Jacobs, Clarence192211419Jett, girl (Mrs. Zike Jett, mother)192211420Jones, Millard192211421Kellar, Paul192211422McGeorge, Martha192211423McIntire, Estill192211424Mobley, Lola192211425Mullins, Vernon192211426Murphy, Margaret192211427Parsons, Pearl192211428Philips, children (H.T. Philips, father)192211429Prater, girl (daughter of Wm. Prater)192211430Raw, Andrew192211431Reynolds, Baby192211432Shepherd, James (son of Abe Shepherd)192211433Smith, Charles192211434Smith, Cloyd192211435Smith, R. G.192211436Strong, Leslie192211437Taylor, daughter (Ofie Taylor, father)192211438Unknown, John192211439Watkins, Robert192211440Williamson, Anderson192211441York, Clarence192211442Adams, Glenn19231151Adams, Margie19231152Adams, Thomas R.T.19231153Aldridge, Thomas19231154Aldridge, Willie19231155Anderson, Wallace19231156Anthony, Jeanette19231157Asbury, girl (daughter of Seth Asbury)19231158Baker, Raymond19231159Black, Paul192311510Bloomfield, Tiller192311511Bradley, girl (daughter of W.H. Bradley)192311512Brandenburg, Lonnie (Son of Floyd and Alice Brandenburg)192311513Brien, Mrs. John L.192311514Brown, Chester192311515Carpenter, Gladys192311516Coblin, Joseph192311517Courtney, Mary Ellen192311518Crisp, Ollie192311519Davis, Josephine192311520Flinders, Kenneth192311521Garrison, Bonnie192311522Garrison, Essie May192311523Hall, child of Floyd Hall192311524Hamblin, Alonzo192311525Hammons, Buster192311526Henry, Leathers192311527Herrington, Lillian F.192311528Hicks, Booten192311529Hicks, Ellie Louise192311530Hinton, Charles192311531Holland, Herbert192311532Honeycutt, Rolan192311533Johnson, Martha192311534Jones, William Lee192311535Jordan, Harley192311536Kegley, Ruby192311537King, Luella192311538McGarvey, Mary Alice192311539Morgan, Louis192311540Noonchester, Verna192311541Patrick, Crocket192311542Penix, John192311543Pierson, 3 children of Girdie Pierson192311544Poole, Thomas192311545Saylor, Mathilda, (1 of 2)192311546Saylor, Mathilda, (2 of 2)192311547Shepherd, Linda and Shirley (daughters of Abe Shepherd), (1 of 2)19231161Shepherd, Linda and Shirley (daughters of Abe Shepherd), (2 of 2)19231162Stanley, child (Charles Stanley, father)19231163Vandiver, Floye19231164White, Gracey S.19231165Whitehouse, Arch19231166Williams, Lula19231167Beckett, Clyde19241168Breeding, Willie19241169Cox192411610Daniels, Hazel Sloan192411611Day, Elsie192411612Escridge, Lester192411613Gilbert, Henrycirca 192411614Haney, Maggie192411615Hobbs, Laura Belle192411616Jessup, child (child of Eula Jessup)192411617Johnson, Arnie192411618Judd, Bessie192411619Kennedy, William192411620Kiser, W.R.192411621Kittinger, Leslie192411622Kratzer, Robert S.192411623McKinney, Rachel192411624McQueen, Geraldine192411625Mankin, Mrs. Stone192411626Napier, Helen192411627Sears, Bertha192411628Steel, Opal192411629Stewart, Dorsey192411630Vaughn, Joe192411631Warner, Mandy192411632Watts, Mrs. Lottie and child192411633Blount, Mary Clay192511634Bramlett, Kenneth192511635Edge, boy (son of Gertrude Edge)192511636Godsey, Granville192511637Greene, Fred192511638Hurt, Flossie192511639Isom, J.D.192511640Lewis, A.V.192511641May, Neal192511642Raisor, Clarence192511643Wellman, Bramley, Jr.192511644Combs, William192611645Feltner, Ray192611646Hamm, Oscar192611647Hinkle, Lige192611648Hoskins, Elsie192611649Howard, Mary192611650McGenitis, Clyde192611651Reid, Sarah192611652Restricted Case FilesSubseries F.1913-1958, undatedConditions Governing Access noteBoxes 117-160 are restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.1927-1928, 1929 A-K1927-19291171-491929 (L-T), 1930-1932, 1933 (A-J)1929-19331181-521933 (L-W), 1934, 1935 (A-G)1933-19351191-511935 (H-W), 1936 (A-D)1935-19361201-421936 (E-W), 1937, 1938 (A-B)1936-19381211-551938 (C-W), 1939, 1940 (B-F)1938-19401221-581940 (H-W), 1941 (A-E)1940-19411231-571941 (F-L)19411241-401941 (M-Sm)19411251-431941(Sp-Y), 1942 (A-Br)1941-19421261-411942 (Bu-J)19421271-421942 (K-S)19421281-441942 (T-W), 1943 (A-D)1942-19431291-441943 (E-M)19431301-511943 (N-Z), 1944 (A-F)1943-19441311-521944 (G-T)19441321-441944 (W), 1945 (A-M)1944-19451331-541945 (Mi-W), 1946 (A-C)1945-19461341-521946 (D)-1946 (M)19461351-511946 (N-Y), 1947(A-C)1946-19471361-571947(D-L)19471371-591947 (Mc-Sm)19471381-571947 (Sm-Y),1948 (A-Cr)1947-19481391-621948 (D-P)19481401-551948 (R-W), 1949 (A-G)1948-19491411-591949 (H-St)19491421-521949 (T-Y), 1950 (A-L)1949-19501431-621950 (M-W), 1951 (A)1950-19511441-571951 (B-G)19511451-581951 (H-S)19511461-561951 (T-W), 1952 (A-P)1951-19521471-621952 (R-Y) , 1953 (A-B)1952-19531481-591953 (C-F)19531491-581953 (G-P)19531501-601953 (R-Y), 1954 (A-Ca)1953-19541511-621954 (Co-P)19541521-631954 (R-W), 1955 (B-W), 1956 (Am)1954-19561531-631956 (An-F)19561541-681956 (G-M)19561551-591956 (N-Y), 1957 (Ab-Ad)1956-19571561-721957 (Al-Go)19571571-651957 (Gr-Ra)19571581-821957 (Re-Y), 1958 (A-G)1957-19581591-851958 (H-W), undated (B-V), no names (1913-1958)1913-1958, undated1601-85Index files alphabetical by countyundated161Index files alphabetical by county, 1919 county files of WWI deceased soldiers, files of Mountain Fund patients, 1908-1928undated162PublicationsSeries VII.1812-1974, undatedBraille books and magazinesSubseries A.1930-1959, undatedRevised Braille for Reading and Writing Grade One and a Half19431631Miscellaneous Braille booksundated1632Catalog of Press Braille Books Provided by the Library of Congress1931-19541633The Kentucky Colonel: the Student Magazine of the Kentucky School for the Blind1952 November 1634Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind1953 December1635The Children's Friend: a Journal in Braille for Blind Children1943 May and 1944 February1636Primer of Braille Music19301637Talking 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. 1-4undated1641Talking 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)1953-19591642Serials and journalsSubseries B.1812-1960, undatedScope and Contents noteThis 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 AssociationSubseries i.1913-1925, undatedThe American Journal of Nursing, v. XXV, no. 1019251643American Annual Legislation Review, Seventh Annual Meeting1914 March1644The American Labor Legislation Review, v. IX, no. 21919 June1645American Medical Association Bulletin, v. 18, no. 41913 May1646American Medical Association Conservation of Vision Series1913-19141647A Plan of Campaign for Conservation of Vision, Committee on Conservation of Visions [2 copies]1913Pamphlet I: Schoolchildren's Eyes, Frank Allport, M.D. [2 copies]1914Pamphlet II: Industrial and Household Accidents to the Eye, Harold Gifford, M.D. [2 copies]1913Pamphlet III: Wearing glasses, Walter B. Lancaster, M.D. [2 copies]1914Pamphlet IV: The Relation of Illumination to Visual Efficiency, Ellice M. Alger, M.D. [2 copies]1913Pamphlet VI: Auto-Intoxication and the Eye, Henry Dickson Bruns, M.D. [2 copies]1914Pamphlet VII: Eye-Strain, Hiram Woods, M.D.1914Pamphlet VIII: Lenses and Refraction, Frank Allport, M.D.1914Pamphlet IX: The Eye and its Functions, Frank Allport, M.D. [2 copies]1914American Medical Association Conservation of Vision Series1914-1916, undated1648Pamphlet X: Care of the Eyes, Frank Allport, M.D. [2 copies]1914Pamphlet XI: Opthalmia Neonatorum, F. Park Lewis, M.D. [2 copies]undatedPamphlet XII: Ordinary Eye Diseases, Lee W. Dean, M.D.1914Pamphlet XIII: Usual and Unusual Eye Accidents, E.C Ellett, M.D. [2 copies]1914Pamphlet XIV: Visual Requirements of Transportation Employees, J.J Carroll, M.D. [2 copies]1914Pamphlet XV: Ocular Hygiene in Schools, S.D Risley. M.D. [2 copies]undatedPamphlet XVIII: Preparations for the Oncoming of Blindness, F. Park Lewis, M.D.undatedConservation of Vision and Prevention of Blindness, G.E. DeSchweinitz., M.D.1916The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review-Bureau of School ServiceSubseries ii.1865, 1911-1947The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review1865 October1651Bulletin: Chicago School of Sanitary Blindness1911 December1652Bulletin of the Department of Education: v. IV, no. 419111653Health and Hygiene: v. I, series 2319121654Bulletin 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)1935-19371655Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. X, no. 8 (1938); v. XI, no. 2 (1938)19381656Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. XI, no. 8, 12 (1939); v. XII, no. 1, 3 (1939)19391657Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. XIV, no. 1 (1940); v. XV, no. 3 (1942)1940-19421658Bulletin of the Department of Health: v. XV, no. 6 (1943); v. XVI, no. 3 (1943); v. XIX, no. 7 (1947)1943, 19471659Bureau of School Service: v. XIV, no. 2194116510Bulletin of the State Board of KentuckySubseries iii.1911-1934, undatedv. I, no. 10 [2 copies]191116511v. II, no. 6 [2 copies]; v. III, no. 2191316512v. III191416513v. V [2 copies]191516514v. VI191616515v. IX, no. 419191661v. XI, no. 519211662Health Plays, Games and Assemblies by Louisville School Children19221663v. XIV, no. 119241664v. II, no. 519291665v. II, no. 319301666v. III, no. 11; v. IV, no. 119311667v. IV, nos. 6-7; v. IV, no. 10 (1932); v. V, no. 12 (1933)1932-19331668v. VI, no. 9; v. VI, no. 11 [2 copies]19341669undated16610Occupational Efficiency of the Mentally Defective-The Labor BulletinSubseries iv.1910-1924Occupational Efficiency of the Mentally Defective, v. XXVII, no. 55192416611The Blind Population of the United States, Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census, Bulletin 130191016612Carry On: A Magazine on the Reconstruction of Disabled Soldiers and Sailors, v. I, no. 3191816613Charity Organization Bulletin, v. III, nos. 2-3191216614The Labor Bulletin, v. 7, no. 4191916615Child Welfare News SummarySubseries v.1924-1925Subseries a.1924v. 6, no. 4192416616v. 6, nos. 5, 7192416617v. 6, nos. 8-12192416618v. 6, nos. 13-16192416619v. 6, nos. 17-19192416620v. 6, nos. 20-22192416621v. 6, nos. 23-2519241671v. 6, no. 2619241672v. 6, nos. 28-3019241673v. 6, nos. 31-3419241674v. 6, nos. 35-3619241675Subseries b.1925v. 7, nos. 1-319251676v. 7, nos. 4-619251677v. 7, nos. 7-819251678v. 7, nos. 9-1119251679v. 7, no. 13192516710Christian Baptist-The Quarterly Bulletin of the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and BabiesSubseries vi.1828-1927, 1953Christian Baptist, v. V, no. 12182816711The Cincinnati Pioneer1874 July16712Collected Studies from the Bureau of Laboratories, Dr. William H. Park, v. VII1912-191316713The Complete Preacher1878 January16714The Crippled Child, v. 2, no. 4192416715The Farmers' Register, v. VIII, no. 5184016716The Family, v. VIII, no. 7192716717Forward, v. I, no. 3191716718The Frenchburg Reporter, v. 26, no. 4195316719The Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, v. I, no. 2 [two copies]192516720The Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, v. I, no. 3192616721The Quarterly Bulletin of the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, v. II, no. 3; v. III, no. 1192716722The Quarterly Bulletin of the Frontier Nursing ServiceSubseries vii.1928-1958v. IV, nos. 1-2192816723v. IV, no. 4; v. V, no. 2192916724v. VI, no. 1193016725v. VII, no. 1193116726v. VII, no. 3; v. VIII, no. 1193216727Scope and Contents noteIncludes Frontier Nursing Primer, (1932)v. X, no. 3193516728v. XII, no. 4; v. XIV, no. 119381681v. XV, no. 3; v. XVI, no. 119401682v. XVI, no. 4; v. XVII, no. 119411683v. 19, no. 119431684v. 19, no. 319441685v. 20, no. 4; v. 21, no. 1, unknown volume19451686v. 21, nos. 3-4; v. 22, nos. 1-219461687v. 22, no. 4; v. 23, nos. 1-219471688v. 23, nos. 3-4; v. 24, nos. 1-219481689v. 24, nos. 3-4; v. 25, nos. 1-2194916810v. 25, no. 4; v. 26, nos. 1-2195016811v. 26, nos. 3-4; v. 27, nos. 1-2192616812v. 27, nos. 3-4; v. 28, nos. 1-2195216813v. 28, no. 3; v. 29, no. 219531691v. 29, no. 4; v. 30, nos. 1-219541692v. 30, nos. 2-3; v. 31, nos. 1-219551693Scope and Contents noteIncludes Thirty Years Onward, 1925-1955v. 31, nos. 3-4; v. 32, nos. 1-219561694v. 32, nos. 3-4; v. 33, no. 1-219571695v. 33, no. 3; v. 34, nos. 1-219581696v. 34, no. 319581697Indiana Bulletin of Charities and Correction-The Sight Saving Class ExchangeSubseries viii.1812-1959Indiana Bulletin of Charities and Correction1919 March1698Journal of Exceptional Children1949 March1699The Kentucky Cardinal, v. XIII, no. 1195916910Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 4, no. 2194216911Commonwealth of Kentucky Educational Bulletin: v. III, no. 12 (1936); v. XVII, no. 12 (1950)1936, 195016912Kentucky Common School Laws, v. II, no. 4 (1934); unknown volume [1926]193416913Kentucky Common School Laws, v. XVIII, no. 4195016914Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 1, nos. 4-619391701Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 1, no. 12; v. 2, nos. 1-519401702Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 2, no. 719411703Kentucky Department of Welfare Bulletin, v. 4, no. 519431704The Kentucky Highlander, v. 1, no. 119221705Kentucky Law Journal, v. XLIII, no. 119541706Kentucky Medical Journal, v. 35, nos. 2, 12 (1937); Women's Auxiliary Section, v. VI, nos. 1, 3 (1937)19371707Kentucky Medical Journal, v. 37, nos. 11-12; Women's Auxiliary Section, v. IX, no. 319391708Kentucky Medical Journal, v. 39, no. 9; v. 42, no. 219441709The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association, v. 52, no. 4; v. 53, no. 10195517010Light1933 May-July17011The Missionary Reporter, v. II, no. 5183017012The Missionary Reporter, v. III, no. 2183117013Mountain Life and Work, v. II, no. IV192717014The Bulletin of the National Society of Penal Information, September, December (1922); February (1923)1922-192317015The News Letter, nos. 7, 9 (1916); nos. 11, 14 (1917), no. 19 (1918)1916-191817016The 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)1920-19301711The New York School of Social Work, v. XII, no. 219191712Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. VIII, no. 219141713Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. VIII, no. 419151714Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. IX, no. 4, v. X, no. 319161715Outlook for the Blind, A Quarterly Record of their Progress and Welfare, v. XIII, no. 319181716Outlook for the Blind, v. XXVII, no. 419331717The Pennsylvania School for Social Service, v. 10, no. 11919-19201718The Pioneer, v. 1, no. 118121719The Pioneer, v. 1, no. II181217110The Presbyterian Preacher, no. 4182817111The Presbyterian Preacher, v. III, no I183417112The Quarterly Review of the American Protestant Association, no. III184417113The Reformer, v. II, no. XV182117114The 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)1925-192917115Sight 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)1930-19341721The 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)1935-19421722The Sight-Saving ReviewSubseries ix.1931-1960v. 1, nos. 2-419311723v. II, nos. 1-2, 419321724v. III, nos. 1-2, 419331725v. IV, nos. 1-419341726v. V, nos. 1-319351727v. VI, nos. 1-419361731v. VII, nos. 1-419371732v. VIII, nos. 1-419381733v. IX, nos. 2, 419391734v. X, nos. 1-419401735v. XI, nos. 1-319411736v. XII, nos. 1-319421741v. XIII, nos. 2, 419431742v. XIV, nos. 1-319441743v. XV, nos. 1-319451744v. XVI, nos. 1, 419461745v. XVII, nos. 1-219471746v. XVIII, nos. 1-419481747v. XIX, nos. 1-419491748v. XX, nos. 1-419501749v. XXI, nos. 1-419511751v. XXII, nos. 1-419521752v. XXIII, nos. 1-41753v. XXIV, nos. 1-319541754v. XXV, nos. 1-419551755v. XXVI, nos. 1-419561756v. XXVII, nos. 1-419571757v. XXVIII, nos. 1-419581758v. XXIX, nos. 1-419591759v. XXX, no. 3196017510Journal of Social HygieneSubseries x.1918-1941v. IV, no. 119181761v. IV, no. 419181762v. V, nos. 1-219191763v. XIV, no. 919281764v. XV, nos. 1-219291765v. XVI, nos. 1, 3-419301766v. 24, nos. 1-419381767v. 24, nos. 5-919381768v. 25, nos. 1-3, 919391771v. 26, nos. 2, 5, 919401772v. 27, no. 219411773The Social Service Review-Training in CourtesySubseries xi.1873-1927The Social Service Review, v. I, no. 219271774The Southern Highlands, v. X, no. I19251775Southern Poultry Journal, v. I, no. 418761776The Sword and the Trowel, v. IX, no. 10318731777Training for Philanthropic Service, University of Chicago Bulletin of Information, v. XVIII, no. 419181778Training in Courtesy, Suggestions for Teaching Good Manners in Elementary School, no. 5419171779Pamphlets and bulletinsSubseries C.1894-1958, undatedScope and Contents noteThese 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.Subseries i.1894-1958The Relation of Social Democracy to the Higher Education, Franklin H. Giddings18941781Addresses Delivered in Honor of John Marshall Day, by members of the Fayette County Bar1901 February 141782Lithemic Nasopharyngitis Due to Systemic Disturbance, J.A. Stucky, M.D.1904 October 151783The Midwives of New York, F. Elisabeth Crowell19061784First Annual Report of the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind1906-19071785W.C.T.U. Settlement School19071786The Toxic Amblyopias, Louis Stricker, M.D.19081787The Review of the Work Accomplished by the Blind Relief Commission of Hamilton County, Ohio, Louis Stricker19081788Children Who Need Not Have Been Blind: Prevention a Public Duty, Special Committee on Prevention of Blindness19081789Gonorrheal Conjunctivitis, L. S. Givens190817810Prevention of Blindness-No. 1, New York Association for the Blind190817811Needlessly Blind for Life, Massachusetts Commission for the Blind190917812First Annual Report of the Committee on the Prevention of Blindness190917813Inflammation of the Eyes in Newborn Children, Ophthalmia Neonatorum190917814Directions to Mothers, Midwives and Nurses for the Prevention of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Committee on the Prevention of Blindness190917815The Relation of Physical Defects to School Progress, Leonard P. Ayers190917816Loan Exhibits and Lantern Slides to Illustrate Popular Lectures, Committee for the Prevention of Blindness190617817Needlessly Blind for Life, Lucy Wright191017818The Prevention of Blindness, F. Park Lewis, M.D.191017819The Prevention of Blindness, F. Park Lewis. M. D.191017820Conservation of Vision and the Prevention of Blindness, F. Park Lewis, M.D.191017821Ophthalmia Neonatorum as a Cause of Blindness, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom191017822Why 250,000 Children Will Quit School, Luther H. Gulick, M.D.191017823A Brief Account of Organized Work for the Prevention of Blindness, National Preventative Work191017824Conservation of Eyesight: Phlyctenular Keratitis, Massachusetts Commission for the Blind191017825Close 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 Blindness191017826The Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindness, J.T.C. Noe191017827Kentucky Stands Educationally 42nd191017828Needlessly Blind for Life, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness191017829Possible Solution to the Midwife Problem, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom191017830Preventable Blindness, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom and Marion Hamilton Carter191017831Report 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 Wright191017832Double Gilioma of Retina, K.L. Stoll, M.D.191117833Report of Eight Cases of Fatal Meningeal and Cerebral Complications of Suppurative Ethmoiditis, J.A. Stucky, M.D.191117834The Child In the City: A Handbook of the Child Welfare Exhibit191117835Ophthalmia Neonatorum: Progress in Prevention, Henry Copley Greene191117836Prevention of Blindness: A Circular Letter, Prevention of Blindness Committee191117837The Hygiene of Vision, F. Park Lewis, M.D.191117838Preventable Blindness, W. Cheatham191117839Ophthalmia Neonatorum: An Analysis of the Laws and Regulations Relating Thereto in Force in the United States, J.W. Kerr191117840Third Annual Report of the Committee of the Prevention of Blindness of the New York Association for the Blind191117841Second Annual Meeting of the American Association for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality191117842Visiting Obstetrical Nursing, Carolyn C. Van Blarcom191117843Abstract 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 Health191117844A Campaign for Good Eyesight, Henry Copley Greene19111791Lexington Public Schools: Rules Governing the Board of Education and Schools, Order of the Board of Education19111792Manual of the Diseases of the Eye for Students and General Practitioners, Charles H. May, M.D.19111793Monograph Series of the American Association for the Conservation of Vision, Henry Copley Greene19111794Practical Work in Sight-Saving, Ohio Commission for the Blind19111795The Review of the Midwife Situation, Arthur Brewster Emmons, M.D. and James Lincoln Huntington, M.D.19111796Wisconsin State Association for the Blind, Annual Report19111797Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs: Meeting Bulletin19121798The American Association for Study and Prevention of Infant Mortality, Third Annual Meeting19121799Fourth Annual Report of the Committee on Prevention of Blindness, New York Association for the Blind191217910Report of the General Secretary to the National Committee on Prison Labor, Prison Labor Bulletin191217911Prevalence of Trachoma in the United States, John Green, Jr., M.D.191217912Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit [Brochure/guide]191217913Trachoma in Kentucky: Reports of Investigations into the Prevalence of Trachoma in the Mountains of Eastern Kentucky, John McMullen191217914National Committee on Prison Labor191317915How to Make Child Labor Legislation More Effective, Samuel McCune Lindsay191317916Trachoma among the Natives of the Mountains of Eastern Kentucky, J.A. Stuckey, M.D.191317917Wood Alcohol Causes Blindness, Prevention of Blindness191317918Medical School Inspection, Frank Allport, M.D.191317919Road Making By Convict Labor, National Free Labor Union191317920Trachoma in Eastern Kentucky, J.A. Stucky. M.D.191317921Trachoma: Its Prevalence and Control in the Public Schools of Cebu, Louis Schwartz191317922Some Serious Eye Conditions the Result of Intra-Nasal and Nasal Accessory Sinus Disease, J.A. Stucky. M.D.191417923Trachoma 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 Kolb191417924Conservation of Vision, Frank Allport, M.D.191417925Baby Saving Campaigns: A Preliminary Report on What American Cities are Doing to Prevent Infant Mortality, U.S. Department of Labor Children's Bureau191417926Department of Conservation of Vision, George S. Derby and Henry Copley Greene191417927How Whisky, Tobacco and Drugs Affect the Eyes, Edward Jackson, M.D.191417928Labor Laws of Kentucky Pertaining to Labor Inspectors, Working Women, Child Labor, K.W. Newman191417929Oneida Baptist Institute of Oneida Kentucky191417930Photographic Exhibits on Babies' Sore Eyes, Wood Alcohol, Midwives, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness191417931The Public School System of Gary, Ind., William Paxton Burris191417932Trachoma: A Survey of Its Prevalence in the Mountain Sections of North and South Carolina, A.D. Foster191417933Trachoma: A Survey of Its Prevalence in the Mountain Sections of Virginia and West Virginia, Taliaferro Clark191417934Trachoma: Handling an Outbreak of the Dreaded Eye-Disease, James M. Woltz19151801The Backward Child, Frank Allport, M.D.19151802Detachment of the Retina With a Preliminary Report on a New Operative Procedure, Edgar S. Thomson, M.D. and Thomas H. Curtin, M.D.19151803State Legislation Concerning the Examination of School Children's Eyes, Ears, Noses, and Throats, Frank Allport M.D.19151804Prison Efficiency, Hon. Thos. Mott Osborne19151805Trachoma in the U.S., Gordon L. Berry19151806Public Health Measures in Relation to Venereal Diseases, William F. Snow, M.D.19151807Trachoma: Its Prevalence, Its Effects Upon Vision, and the Methods of Control and Eradication, Gordon L. Berry19151808Administration of Child Labor Laws, Helen L. Sumner and Ethel E. Hanks19151809Brief Mention of Some Interesting Facts About the Work of Kentucky State Reformation1913-191518010Honor Men and Good Roads Everywhere, E. Stagg Whittin, Ph.D.191518011Notes and Outlines in Civil Government, Charles A. Keith191518012Trachoma: its Nature and Prevention, John McMullen191518013The Trachoma Problem, J.W. Kerr191518014The New Prison System, Hon. William H. Wadhams191618015State Legislation Concerning Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Frank Allport. M.D.191618016State Legislation Concerning Wood Alcohol, Frank Allport, M.D.191618017A Review of the Etiology and Pathology of Trachoma-Differentiation from Allied Conjunctival Conditions, J. Morrison Ray, M.D.191618018The Education, Licensing and Supervision of the Midwife, J. Clifton Edgar, M.D.191618019Program to the Sixty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Kentucky State Medical Association191518020List of References on Child Labor, H.H.B. Meyer191618021Suggestions for Sermon Material, Committee on Religious Work of the National Committee on Prisons191618022Suggestions for Vision Testing, Missouri Commission for the Blind191618023The Matter and Method of Social Hygiene Legislation, Timothy Newell Pfeiffer191718024Trachoma: 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.191718025Trachoma and the Army: The Dangers Incident to Enlisting Recruits Affected with the Disease, John McMullen191718026Saving 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 Blindness191718027Child Welfare in Oklahoma: An Inquiry by the National Child Labor Committee for the University of Oklahoma, National Child Labor Committee191718028Code of Lighting School Buildings, Illuminating Engineering Society191718029Safe Disposal of Human Excreta at Unsewered Homes, L.L Lumsden and C.W. Stiles191718030Safe Milk: An Important Food Problem, Ernest A. Sweet191718031State Board for Vocational Education191718032Provision for the Feeble-Minded of Kentucky, Arch Dixon19181811Illiteracy and the War19181812Outline of an Emergency Course of Instruction on the War, Department of the Interior19181813The House Fly-Carrier of Disease, The Ohio State Board of Health19181814National Headquarters American Red Cross Building Dedication19181815The Need of an Ophthalmologic Clinic in Penal Institutions With Special Reference to One Established at Sing Sing Prison, Conrad Berends19181816Care of Defectives, Arch Dixon19191817The Glorious Fourth, Winfred Hathaway19191818Manual for Conservation of Vision Classes, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness Publications19191819Administration of Child Labor Laws, Francis Henry Bird and Ella Arvilla Merritt191918110Child Welfare Work in Louisville, Ky.1918-191918111The Lake Division News, The American Red Cross191918112Maternity Care and the Welfare of Young Children in a Homesteading County in Montana, Viola I. Paradise191918113School Medical Inspection, Teliaferro Clark191918114What Social Workers Should Know About Their Own Communities, Margaret F. Byington191918115The Red Cross Magazine: The Prodigal Village, Irving Bacheller192018116Child-Welfare Programs: Study Outlines for the Use of Clubs and Classes, U.S Department of Labor192018117Concerning Common Causes of Blindness in Children and the Means and Methods of Prevention, Ohio Commission for the Blind192018118Comparative Statistics of State Hospitals for Mental Diseases, Horatio M. Pollock192018119Courts in the United States Hearing Children's Cases, Evelina Belden192018120Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem, Emma O. Lundberg and Katharine F. Lenroot192018121Industrial Instability of Child Workers, Robert Morese Woodbury, Ph.D.192018122Infant Mortality: Results of a Field Study in Akron, Ohio, Based on Births in One Year, Theresa S. Haley192018123The Red Cross of Peace, The Lake Division192018124A Summary of Juvenile-Court Legislation in the United States, Sophinisba P. Breckenridge and Helen R. Jeter192018125Syphilis and the Eye, Adolph O. Pfingst19211821Report of the Committee on the Prevention of Hereditary Blindness, AM Medical Association19211822Report of Committee on Trachoma, AM Medical Association19211823Administration of Child-Labor Laws Part 4, Ethel E. Hanks19211824Administration of the First Federal Child-Labor Law, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor19211825Games for Play Institutes, Raymond A. Hoyer19211826Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem Part 2, Emma O. Lundberg and Katharine F. Lenroot19211827In Cases Where Clinical Evidence and Laboratory Findings Differ - What Then?, J.A. Stuckeyundated1828Infant-Welfare Work in Europe, Nettie McGill19211829Standards of Legal Protection for Children Born Out of Wedlock: A Report of Regional Conferences, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor192118210Statures and Weights of Children Under Six years of Age, Robert Woodbury, Ph. D.192118211Suggestions for a Program for Health Teaching in the Elementary Schools, J. Mace Andress and Mabel C.Bragg192118212Trachoma or Folliculosis Among School Children, J.A. Stuckey M.D.192218213Saving Mountaineers From Blindness: Dodged Washing the Teacups and Found Her Mission, Henry De Questier192218214The Relation of Nutrition to Tooth Development and Tooth Preservation, E.V. McCollum and Ethel M. Kinney192218215The Burden of Feeble-Mindedness, Walter E. Fernald, M.D.192218216Child Care and Child Welfare, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor192218217Child Labor and the Work of Mothers in Oyster and Shrimp Canning Communities on the Gulf Coast, Viola Paradise192218218Children of Wage-Earning Mothers, Helen Russell Wright192218219County Organization for Child Care and Protection, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor192218220Eye-Sight Conservation Bulletin I, Eye Sight Conservation Council19221831The Nutrition and Care of Children in a Mountain County of Kentucky, Lydia Roberts19221832Self-Government, National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor19221833Unerupted and Impacted Teeth Cause of Serious Eye and Ear Conditions: Preliminary Report, J.A. Stuckey, M.D.19221834Kentucky Rural School Standards: Suggestions and Regulations for Standardizing Small Rural Schools, George Colvin19231835Standards for Out-Patient Service in Ophthalmology19231836Manual of the County Achievement Contest, Berea College Extension Department19231837A 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.19231838Child Care and Child Welfare, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor19231839Child Labor in North Dakota, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor192318310Child Welfare in the Insular Possessions of the United States, Helen V. Vary192318311Eye-Sight Conservation Bulletin 3: Eye Tests in Industry, The Eye Sight Conservation Council192318312Individual Variations in Mental Equipment, Augusta F. Bronner192318313Infant Mortality: Results of a Field Study in Baltimore, MD. Based on the Births in One Year, Anna Rochester192318314List of References on Juvenile Courts and Probation in the United States, Children's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor192318315Maternity and Infant Care In a Mountain County in Georgia, Glenn Steele192318316Methods of Recreational Adjustment As a Form of Social Case Treatment, Claudia Wannamaker192318317Results and Future Opportunities in the Field of Clinics, Social Service, and Parole, Douglas A. Thom, M.D.192318318Results of a Three-Year Trachoma Campaign Begun in Knott County, KY., in 1913, John McMullen192318319Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Society for Crippled Children192418320Our Children's Neglected Eyesight192418321Relation of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions of the Mentally and Morally Impaired, Joseph A. Stuckey192418322Systematic Treatment in Pathologic Conditions of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Joseph A, Stuckey192418323Code of Lighting School Buildings, Illuminating Engineering Society192418324Department of Legislation, The Club Woman192418325The Junior News Letter192418326Eye Sight Conservation Bulletin 5: Lantern Slides and Lecture Material on Eyesight Conservation19241841Feeblemindedness, Walter E Fernald M.D.19241842Foster-Home Care for Dependent Children, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor19241843Habit Clinics for the Child of Preschool Age: Their Organization and Practical Value, D.A. Thom. M.D.19241844An Introduction to Safety Education: A Manual for the Teacher, Education Section National Safety Council19241845Light, Sight and Safety, R. E. Simpson19241846National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor19241847Prohibition and Alcoholic Mental Disease, Horatio M. Pollock, Ph.D.19241848Sight-Saving Classes in School Systems, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19241849State Commissions for the Study and Revision of Child-Welfare Laws, Emma O, Lundburg192418410Work of Children on Truck and Small-Fruit Farms in Southern New Jersey, Children's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor192418411Code of Lighting School Buildings, Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S Department of Labor192518412The Recreation Program in a Plan for Social Treatment, Department of Public Welfare192518413Governor's Conference: Section Meeting on Prison Administration and State Cooperation in Prison Made Goods, National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor192518414Sunlight for the Babies, Martha M. Eliot192518415Adoption Laws in the United States, Emelyn Foster Peck192518416Conserving the Sight of School Children: A Program for Public Schools, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness192518417National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor: Annual Report192518418Report of Commission to Study Conditions Relating to Blind Persons in Pennsylvania192518419The Welfare of Infants Illegitimate Birth in Baltimore, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Labor192518420Trachoma: Suggestions as to Diagnosis, Etiology and Treatment, J.A. Stuckey192618421South Central Conference on the Allocation of Prison Industries, National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor192618422Safeguarding Mothers and Babies in the Highlands, Miss W. Dertram Ireland192618423The Early History of Medicine West of the Alleghenies, J.A. Stuckey19261842424th Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Nurses' Association, Indiana State League of Nursing Education192618425Mothers and Babies in Leslie County, Martha Perwitt192618426Trachoma: Scourge of the Mountains, Dr. J.A. Stuckey192618427The Country as a Unit for an Organized Program of Child Caring and Protective Work, Emma O. Lundburg192618428The Need of Epidemiological Research in Trachoma, B. Franklin Royer, M.D.192618429A Program for Teaching Health Habits, Jeannette G. Baughman192618430The Public Health Aspects of Trachoma, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness192618431Trachoma: Report by the Standing Committee on Conservation of Vision, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness192618432The Prevention of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Lloyd Paul Stryker19281851The Pauper Idiot in Kentucky, Arthur H. Estabrook19281852Seeing Through Life, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19281853Children of Illegitimate Birth Whose Mothers Have Kept Their Custody, U.S Department of Labor19281854Nutrition as It Relates to the Eye, Arthur M. Yudkin, M.D.19291855Sight-Saving Classes: Their Organization and Administration, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19291856Trachoma, Harvey J. Howard19291857Vision Justice for the Young Child, Edward M. Van Cleve19291858Classification of the Causes of Blindness19301859Symposium on Social Hygiene and the Prevention of Blindness, William F. Snow193018510Observations and Experiences with Trachoma in Eastern Kentucky, J.A. Stuckey, M.D.193018511The University and Social Welfare, Edith Abbott193018512To Know the Sight of a Child, Edward Jackson193018513Sight Saving Class Work, E.V.L. Brown and Lewis H. Carris193018514Adventures in Sight Saving, Park Lewis M.D.193018515Are you Training Your Child to be Happy? Children's Bureau of the United States Department of Labor193018516The Causes and Prevention of Blindness in Mexico, General Daniel M. Valez, M.D.193018517Prevention of Blindness in Newborn Babies: Report by the Standing Committee on Conservation of Vision193018518Save Sight: Sixteenth Annual Report, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193018519The Industrial Nurse's Responsibility in Eye Health, Mildred G. Smith193118520Conservation of Eyesight, with Especial Reference to Glaucoma, George S. Derby, M.D.193118521Fundamentals of Lighting in the Home, Classroom and Industry, A.L. Powell193118522American National Red Cross Greetings and Addresses of the Fifteenth Anniversary Dinner193118523Methods of Teaching Sight-Saving Classes, Estella Lewis193118524The Social Aspect of the Movement for the Prevention of Blindness: A History, Edward M. Van Cleve193118525Medical Social Service and Saving Sight, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers193218526Agranulocytic Angina and Reports of Three Cases, W.N. Offutt, M.D.193218527The Prevention of Blindness and the Conservation of Sight as a Co-operative Movement, Park Lewis, M.D.193218528Problems of the Worker Assigned to Part Time Service with Eye Patients: Bulletin no. 6 of the Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers193318529Patricia, Outlook for the Blind193318530Reflections of 1933: Nineteenth Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193318531A Syllabus in Alcohol Education, Bertha Rachel Palmer193318532Twenty-Five Years of Saving Sight, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193318533Social Service in Eyesight Conservation: Bulletin no. 8 of the Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers193418534Community Enterprise in Preventing Blindness, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193418535Bright Eyes of 1934: Twentieth Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193418536Safe and Sound, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19351861Social Service in Ophthalmology, Elenor P. Brown and Lawrence T. Post, M.D.19351862General Assembly of the International Association for Prevention of Blindness, The International Association for Prevention of Blindness19351863Arthur Sunshine Home and Nursery School for the Blind: Twenty-Sixth Annual Report1934 May-1935 May1864The Causes of Blindness in Children: Their Relation to Preventative Ophthalmology, Conrad Berends, M.D, C. Edith Kerby, and Evelyn C. McKay19351865Ectopia Lentis: Report of Twenty-Two Cases in Five Successive Generations, B.N. Pittenger, M.D.19351866Dr. Joseph N. McCormack of Kentucky and United States of America, W.J. Hammill19351867Medical Social Work in the Prevention of Blindness, B. Franklin Royer, M.D.19351868The Problem of Fireworks Accidents, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19351869Conserving the Sight of School Children: A Report of the Joint Committee on Health Problems in Education, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193518610Syphilis in Pregnancy, Max J. Exner193618611Saving Eyesight in Industry, Rose Henderson193618612Medical Social Eye Workers' Bulletin, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers193618613Why Don't We Stamp out Syphilis, Readers Digest193618614Early Kentucky Medical Literature, Kentucky Medical Journal193618615Choral Speaking: An Aid in the Sight-Saving Class, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193618616Let's See: Twenty-second Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness193618617Wearing Glasses, Walter B. Lancaster193618618Blindness and its Causes, Reprint from California and Western Medicine193718619Food in Relation to the Eyes, Park Lewis, M.D.193718620They can Be Cured, Reprint of articles on the care and cure of the mentally ill which have appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal193718621Certificates for Marriage, Henry P. Talbot, M.D.193718622Lacks and Gaps in the Sight-Saving Class Program, Elizabeth Guthre Dasher193718623Some Eye Problems Confronting Teachers, Gladys D. Matlock193718624Understanding the Significance of Eye Troubles, Anna Harrison193718625Combating Early Syphilis, John H. Stokes, M.D.193718626Gonorrhea, Marie P. Warner and Benj. W. Warner193718627Magazine Excerpts, Mountain Life and Work193718628Venereal Disease Information, United States Public Health Service for use in its cooperative work with The State Health Departments193718629Medical Social Eye Workers' Bulletin, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers193718630Program to the Samel David Gross Memorial Meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Association193718631Daylighting the Schoolroom, Anette M. Phelan193718632Syphilis in Relation to the Prevention of Blindness, Conrad Berens, M.D., and Jacob A. Goldberg, Ph.D.193718633Simple Eye Tests in a Pediatrician's Office: Their Value, Helen M. Johnson, M.D., William Palmer Lucas, M.D.193718634First Annual Summary of Fourth of July Injuries, reprint of the Journal of the American Medical Association193718635What Light for the Eyes, James E. Lebensohn193718636Lighting the Schoolroom, Harry S. Gradle193718637Lighting Standards, Walter B. Lancaster, M.D.193718638Economic Aspects of Syphilis Control, Emil Frankel193718639Freedom from Venereal Disease: a Prerequisite to Marriage, Fred W. Caudill, M.D.193718640Light in the Home, Edward Jackson19381871Eyes in Industry, Conrad Berens19381872The Role of the Institutional Nurse in the Treatment of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Bernice Perdziak, R.N.19381873Eyes and the Office Worker, Arthur J. Bedell19381874Investigation and Control of Venereal Diseases: Hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce House of Representatives, Seventy-Fifth Congress third session19381875Medical Social Eye Workers' Bulletin, Committee of Medical Social Eye Workers19381876The Problem of Statistics Relating to Blindness and the Blind, Harry Best19381877Model State Fireworks Law, National Fire Protection Association19381878Publications on Preventing Blindness, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19381879Sight for Tomorrow: Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the National Society for Prevention of Blindness, Inc.193818710Why a Program of Research on Preschool Blind Children, Harriett Anderson Fjeld and Kathryn Erroll Maxfield193818711Development of the Normal Eye in Infancy and Childhood, Willis S. Knighton, M.D.193918712Syphilis and Federal Assistance to the States-To Date, William F. Snow, M.D.193918713Standards for Out-Patient Service in Ophthalmology, Conrad Berens193918714Protecting Eyes in Industry, United States Department of Labor193918715Books for Children with Seriously Defective Vision193918716Report of the Department of Welfare of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Commonwealth of Kentucky193918717Third Annual Summary of Fourth of July Injuries, reprint from The Journal of the American Medical Association194018718The Health Department's Role in the Prevention of Blindness, John L. Rice, M.D.194018719The Nurse in an Eye Health Program, Pearl McIver R.N.194018720Fighting Another Plague194018721Some Light on Lighting, Reprinted from Consumer's Guide194018722Glaucoma- A Thief in the Night, Daniel B. Kirby194018723The Heritage Left, Dr. Park Lewis194018724Standards for Outpatient Ophthalmologic Departments. II. Standards for Nursing Service. III, Standards for Medical Social Service, Conrad Berens, Ruth C. Williams, and Eleanor Brown Merrill194018725Sharing Responsibility for Eye Health, Winifred Hathaway194018726Fourth National Social Hygiene Day, Journal of Social Hygiene194018727The Pentagon of Phi Omega Pi194118728Routine Wassermann Test for all Expectant Mothers, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness194118729Fifth National Social Hygiene Day194118730Visual Efficiency, Henry A. Imus194118731Eye Health in the Basic Curriculum, Carrie H. McNeill, R.N.194118732Meeting the Needs of Atypical Children, Doris D. Klaussen and Georgia Rothberg, R.N.194118733Observations on Eyegrounds of the Newborn, M. Luther Kauffman, M.D.194118734The Twinkler, Phi Omega Pi194118735Care of the Eyes and the Prevention of Blindness, The Public Health Service194118736Glaucoma Survey, Reprinted from American Journal of Ophthalmology194118737The General Practitioner's Part in the Campaign for the Prevention of Blindness from Glaucoma194118738Biennial Conference, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness194118739All Eyes: Twenty-Seventh Annual Report, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness194118740Mobilization of State Forces for Prevention of Blindness: A Symposium, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19421881Good Government19421882Oration of Medicine: The Interdependence of Curative and Preventative Medicine, P.E. Blackerby, M.D.19421883In the Interest of Preventing Blindness: Psychological Attitudes of the Visually Handicapped Toward Treatment, Ruth Emerson19421884Eye Health and Safety News, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19431885Revised Braille for Reading and Writing Grade One and a Half, Commission on Uniform Type for the Blind19431886Bulletin of the Southern Medical Association: Preliminary Program Announcements, Southern Medical Association19441887Eye Health and Safety News, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19441888Dr. James Andrew Ryan, Editorial of the Southern Medical Association19441889Looking Ahead: Thirteenth Annual Report of the National Society of the Prevention of Blindness194418810A Gift Like the Gifts of God, The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration194518811Better Eyes for Industry, David O. Woodbury194618812The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, First Year Bulletin194618813Hindman Settlement School: May Stone The Ladyest, Reprint from Mountain Life and Work194618814The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, Second Year Bulletin194718815The Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky School for the Blind194718816News Nuggets, The Kentucky Society for Crippled Children194918817The Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky School for the Blind194918818Eyes to the Future: 1949 Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness194918819Statistical Journal, Department of Economic Security194918820The Cincinnati Library Society for the Blind, Report for January 1, 1949-January 1, 19501949-195018821News Letter, The Department of Economic Security195018822The Wise Owl Clubs Multiply Newsletter, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195018823Wise Owl News, Wise Owl Club of America195018824Classroom Writing, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195018825Hindman Settlement School, Ruby Amburgey195018826Prevention of Blindness News, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195118827The Inauguration of Frank A. Rose as the Twenty-Second President195118828Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Bethany Orphanage, Anniversary Bulletin195118829An Eye Health Program for Schools, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195118830Kentucky Statistical Journal, Department of Economic Security195118831Report on Eye Conditions Among Pupils in Schools for the Blind in the United States, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness1951-195218832The Bethany News, Bethany, Wolfe County, Kentucky195218833The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association195218834Committee Appointments for Year Listed: Activity Urged, Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association195218835Education of Partially Seeing Children: A Committee Report, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195218836That All May See: 1952 Annual Report, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195218837Kentucky-The Progenitor of Pioneer Doctors, Lewis J. Moorman. M.D., The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association19531891The Bethany News, Bethany, Wolfe County, Kentucky19531892The Dedication of the Portrait of Phillip Earl Blackerby, M.D., Oscar O. Miller, M.D.19531893Alcoholism: Public Health Problem No. 4, Alcoholic Study Commission by the Legislative Research Commission19531894Health Department Responsibility for Sight Conservation, Edward Davens, M.D.19531895Minimum Standards for Child-Caring Institutions and Procedures for Licensing, Division of Child Welfare of the Department of Welfare19531896Contributors' Report, American Foundation for the Blind1953-19541897Minnesota Eye Health, Bulletin of the Minnesota Society for the Prevention of Blindness19541898Education of Partially Seeing Children in School Systems, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19541899Manual and Suggested By-Laws for Chapters of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195418910Catalogue, the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195418911Save your Sight, Elizabeth Ogg195418912Contributors' Report, American Foundation for the Blind1955-195618913Writer's Fact Sheet on Home Fixture Lighting, American Home Lighting Institute195518914Social Hygiene News195518915Advising Patients with Hereditary Eye Disease, P. Thomas Manchester, M.D.195518916Screening for Glaucoma, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., and Virginia S. Boyce195518917Eye Health for Teen-Agers, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., and Burnetta Blatt Downing, R.N.195518918Statistical Journal of Economic Security in Kentucky195518919Surgery Restored My Sight, Paul W. Kearney195518920Vision and Vocational Training, James E. O'Neil195618921Temperance Facts, Temperance League of Kentucky195618922Dedication Service, Open Door Children's Home, Inc.1956 August 1918923The Nationwide Fight Against Blindness, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195618924Vocabulary of Terms Relating to the Eye, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195618925Components of a Complete Vision Program, Franklin M. Foote195718926Screening for Eye Diseases, Franklin M. Foote, M.D.195718927The Unreliability of Tactile Tension, James E. McDonald and Wayne M. Caygill195718928Help for the Alcoholic: New State Commission Tells Public that Alcoholism Needs to be Treated as a Disease195718929Biennial Conference, Kentucky Crippled Children Commission195718930Bigger Savings in Sight, Franklin M. Foote, M.D., and E.G. Gill, M.D.195818931Prevention of Blindness News, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195918932Mountain Life and Work: Magazine of the Southern Mountains195818933Catalogue, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness195818934Subseries ii.undatedAids for the Blind, American Foundation of the Blindundated1901American Women's Hospitals, Medical Service Committee of the American Medical Women's Associationundated1902Announcement of Publication, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated1903The Argument for Medical Inspection of Schools and Significant Facts about Medical Inspection, Luther Halsey Gulick, M.D., and Leonard P. Ayers, A.M.undated1904Babies' Sore Eyes (Ophthalmia Neonatorum), Campaign for the Prevention of Blindnessundated1905A Basic Child Health Study, Philip F. Barbour, M.D.undated1906A Brief for the Extension Plans of the United States Bureau of Educationundated1907Bright Eyes-How to Keep Them Shining, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindnessundated1908Care of the Eyes, Metropolitan Life Insurance Companyundated1909Dessie Scott Children's Homeundated19010The Evolution of the Cataract Operation, William Campbell Posey, M.D.undated19011Extension 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 Censusundated19012Glaucoma: A Problem for the Public Health Nurse, Helen E. Weaver, R.N.undated19013A Guide for Screening Visual Acuity with Modified Snellen Chart, National Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19014How to Cure Eye Disease, H.T. Schlegel Co.undated19015The Illinois Plan for Special Education of Exceptional Children: Those With Impaired Hearingundated19016The Illinois Plan for Special Education of Exceptional Children: The Visually Defectiveundated19017Instructions to Midwives for the Care of the Eyes in Babies, Department of Healthundated19018July 4: Death's Holiday, Literary Digestundated19019The Light Shineth in the Darkness: A Service of Thanksgiving, John Milton Societyundated19020Lighting the Schoolroom, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19021Louisa Lee Schuyler 1837-1926, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19022Midwifery and Infant Mortality, Carolyn Van Blarcomundated19023The Most Wonderful Eyes in the World, National Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19024Opportunities for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Federal Security Agencyundated19025Pre-Marital Health Examination: The Law How to Use It, Department of Public Healthundated19026Preventing Ophthalmia Neonatorum in Virginia-An Administration Problem, W.A. Plecker, M.D.undated19027The Prevention of Blindnessundated19028Prevention of Ophthalmia Neonatorum, Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19029The Public Health Nurse and Glaucoma, Burnetta Blatt, R.N.undated19030Requirements for Admission, Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Childrenundated19031Services of a Hospital Consultant and Statement with Regard to Henry C. Wright and George O'Hanlon, M.D., Wright and O'Hanlonundated19032Sight Saving Classes in School Systems, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19033Sight-Saving Classes in School Systems, The National Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19034Sight Saving Facts, National Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19035A Special Inquiry on Conservation of Vision in Philadelphia, National Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19036The Story of Feeding the Other Lambs, Dessie Scott Children's Homeundated19037Student Notes: Marriage Below the Statutory Age-Effect of Cohabitation After Arriving at that Age. Kentucky Law Journalundated19038Sure We'll Finish the Job of Wiping out Adult Illiteracyundated19039Syphilis, Marie Pichel Warner and Benjamin W. Warnerundated19040Trachoma, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindnessundated19041What is Malnutrition? Hundreds of Thousands of American Children are Undernourished, Lydia Robertsundated19042ReportsSubseries D.1892-1955, undatedScope and Contents notePrimarily 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 Committee19051911The Second Report of the New York Association for the Blind1908 November1912Report of the Kentucky Institution for the Blind19091913Proposed Model of Constitution of the Associated Charities and The Associated Charities of Lexington and Fayette County Annual Reports1906-19101914Report of the Labor Inspector, Bureau of Agriculture Labor and Statistics1909-19111915Annual Session Reports, Kentucky Educational Association1912 June1916Public Health Reports, United States Public Health Service1914 September1917Report of the Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind1915 September1918Annual Report of the Lexington Public Schools1913 June and 1915 June1919First Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness1915 November19110Public Health Reports, United States Public Health Service1915 March19111Report of the Vice Commission: Survey of Existing Conditions with Recommendations to the Hon. John H. Buschmeyer191519112Report of the Commission on Provision for the Feeble-Minded in Kentucky191619113Second Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness1916 November19114Social Problems of the Courts, National Probation Association191719115Report of the State Commission for the Blind191719116Fourth Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness191819117Sixth Annual Report, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness19201921Population : Kentucky, Fourteenth Census of the United States19201922Seventh Annual Report, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness1921 December1923Public Education in Kentucky, Kentucky Educational Commission19211924Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections1921 June1925Report of the Kentucky Children's Code Commission19221926The Educational System of Kentucky19231927Ninth Annual Report, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness19231928Public Welfare Agencies, The Efficiency Commission of Kentucky19231929Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections1923 June19210Public Health Report, Treasury Department1923 April and November1931Tenth Annual Report, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness19241932Report of Housing Survey of the City of Lexington, Kentucky1924 January-April1933Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections1925 June1934Public Health Reports, Treasury Department1925 May and July1935A Year in Review, National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness19261936Public Health Reports, Treasury Department1926 April and February1937Report of the State Board of Charities and Corrections19271938Proceedings of the 1927 Annual Conference, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19271939Welfare of Prisoners' Families in Kentucky, Ruth Bloodgood192719310Proceedings of the 1928 Annual Conference, National Society for the Prevention of Blindness192819311At the End of the First Century, New York Institution for the Prevention of the Blind1892-193219312Public Health Reports, United States Treasury Department1932 January, April, and September19313Reflections of 1933: Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19331941White House Conference, Youth Outside of Home and School Committee1933 December 311942Facilities for the Care of Dependant Families in Kentucky, Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration1935 August1943Annual Report, Eye and Ear Infirmary19351944Eyes on the Future: Twenty Third Annual Report of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness19371945Clovernook Home for the Blind Report1943 July-1945, 1949-19501946Highlights of 1947: 33rd Annual Report for the Prevention of Blindness, The National Committee for the Prevention of Blindness19471947Annual Report of the President of the American Foundation for the Blind19491948Mobilization for Health Security, National Health Council1951 April1949Kentucky Conference on Handicapped Children1953 October19410Contributors' Report, American Foundation for the Blind1954 July-1955 June19411Provision for Dependant, Delinquent, and Handicapped Children in Kentucky, Children's Bureau of the U.S Department of Laborundated19412BooksSubseries E.1911-1945, undatedScope and Contents noteRepresenting a variety of mostly reform topics, these books are organized chronologically from the dates 1911-1945 and non-dated.Prison Association of New York19111951The Midwife in England, Carolyn Conant Van Blarcom, R.N.1913 December1952Summaries of State Laws Relating to the Feebleminded and the Epileptic, The National Committee for Mental Hygiene19181953Moonlight School Course of Study, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission19191954Comrades, John F. Smith19301955In Convict Cells, W.G. Wilson, Friendship Press19371956The Public Health Nurse, Department of Philanthropic Information19371957Infant Care, Federal Security Agency Social Security Administration19451958The Jubilee: An Extensive Collection of Church Music for the Choir, the Congregation, and the Singing School, William Bradburyundated1959Becoming a Parent, Children's Bureau Publicationundated19510LegislationSubseries F.1874-1974, undatedScope and Contents noteRepresenting 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 LegislationSubseries i.1911-1956Official Announcement: The New Vital Statistics Law, Effective January 1, 1911 (two copies)19111961Proposed Optometry Bill for Kentucky19121962In Senate: Regular Session, 1912, Senate Bill No. 1341912 January 181963In House: Regular Session 1914, House Bill No. 2491914 January 211964Senate Bill 2: Regulating Graded Schools19141965A 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. 21151917 April 301966A 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. 30761917 December 41967In House: Regular Session 1918, House Bill No. 1921918 January1968In Senate: Regular Session 1918, Senate Bill no. 1411918 January1969In House: Regular Session 1918, House Bill No. 373 [2 copies]1918 February19610In the House of Representatives, 67th Congress, 1st Session, H.R. 2167 [2 copies]1921 April 1119611Kentucky Age of Consent Law: Its History and Proposed Amendment192219612Senate 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, Carroll191519613Outline of Legislation: Recommended for Enactment in 1922, Kentucky Children's Code Commissionapproximately 192219614Laws: Enacted by the 1924 General Assembly Relative to Education in Kentucky, Published by Order of the State Board of Education192419615In House: Regular Session 1924, House Bill no. 2471924 January 2519616In Senate: Regular Session 1924, Senate Bill no. 1731924 January 2819617In Senate: Regular Session 1924, Senate Bill no. 186 (2 copies)1924 January 2919618In House: Regular Session 1924, House Bill no. 4341924 February 1519619In Senate: Regular Session 1924, House Bill no. 2471924 March 619620In House: Regular Session 1926, House Bill no. 451926 January 1319621In House: Regular Session 1926, House Bill no. 4811926 February 1619622In Senate: Regular Session 1926, Amendment by way of Substitute to Senate Bill no. 2621926 February 2419623In Senate: Regular Session 1932, Senate Bill no. 340, (2 copies)1932 February 819624In House: Regular Session, 1932, House Bill no. 607 (2 copies)1932 February 919625In House: Regular Session 1934, House Bill no. 231934 January 819626In House: Special Session 1934, Committee Substitute for House Bill no. 671934 June 2219627In House: Regular Session 1938, House Bill no. 11938 January 419628In House: Regular Session 1938, House Bill no. 441938 January 1119629In Senate: Regular Session 1938, Senate Bill no. 35 (2 copies)1938 January 1219630In House: Regular Session 1938, House Bill no. 1041938 January 1319631A 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. 90471938 January 1919632In House: Regular Session, 1938, House Bill no. 2241938 January 2619633Congressional Report: Proceedings and Debates of the 76th Congress, First Session1939 February 2419634In House: Regular Session, 1940, House Bill no. 1041940 January 1219635In Senate: Regular Session, 1940, Senate Bill no. 601940 January 1819636In Senate: Regular Session, 1940, Senate Bill no. 1581940 February 719637In House: Regular Session, 1940, House Bill no. 3401940 February 719638In House: Regular Session, 1940, House Bill no. 4461940 February 1519639In Senate: Regular Session, 1942, House Bill no. 691942 January 2219640In House: Regular Session, 1942, House Bill no. 1221942 January 2219641In Senate: Regular Session, 1942, Senate Bill no. 1581942 February 1019642In Senate: Regular Session, 1946, Senate Bill no. 911946 January 3019643In House: Regular Session, 1946, House Bill no. 5051946 March 519644In Senate: Regular Session, 1950, Senate Bill no. 11950 January 319645In House: Regular Session, 1950, House Bill no. 771950 January 1619646In House: Regular Session, 1950, Senate Bill no. 911950 February 119647Commonwealth of Kentucky General Assembly: Regular Session, 1950, Senate Bill no. 11950 February 219648Legislative Research Commission: Alcoholism, Staff Report to the Alcoholic Study Commission195319649In Senate: Regular Session, 1954, Senate Bill no. 1041954 February 419650Alcoholic Beverages Law, Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control195419651In Senate: Regular Session, 1956, Senate Bill no. 291956 January 1019652Legislation from Ohio, Oregon and Federal Legislation from the U.S. CongressSubseries ii.1874-1974, undatedThe Blind Pension Law of the State of Ohio: An Act to Provide for the Relief of Needy Blind, Blind Relief Commissionundated1971An Act: House Bill no. 182, General Assembly of the State of Ohio1919 January 181972Child Welfare Laws, State of Oregonundated1973Reformatory Site in the District of Columbia, 61st Congress, 3rd Session1910 December 171974Contagious and Infectious Diseases Among the Indians: Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury (2 copies)19131975A 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. 232119141976Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Commerce United States Senate, Seventy-Fifth Congress, Third Session on s. 32901938 February 14 and 151977Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce House of Representatives, Seventy-Fifth Congress, Third Session on H.R. 9047, (2 copies)1938 April1978A Bill to Amend Title 18, United States Code, so as to Regulate the Transportation and Shipment of Fireworks, 84th Congress, 1st Session, S. 12971955 March 41979An 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. 116191950 July 1819710An 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. 113201956 July 2419711Laws Controlling Illicit Narcotics Traffic: Ammendum to Senate Document 120- 84th Congress195619712Obscene and Pornographic Literature and Juvenile Delinquency, Interim Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency to the Committee on the Judiciary195619713A Bill to Amend Title 18, United States Code so as to Regulate the Transportation and Shipment of Fireworks, 85th Congress, 1st Session, S. 14991957 March 819714Report of the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate, 85th Congress, 1st Session, S. Res. 1731917 April 3019715Account Book [for general merchandise] [attribution unknown]1870 March 15-1974 February 261981Subject filesSeries VIII.1816-1959, undatedScope and Contents noteArranged alphabetically by topic.Act-BreckinridgeSubseries A.1816, 1905-1958, undatedAct for Founding and Establishing a Public Hospital in Fayette County18161991Addresses, List of Names and Addresses for District and County Offices Supervisors and Workers1936-19481992Aids and Safety Precaution for Eyecareundated1993Age of Consent Information19581994Alcohol and Alcoholism1908-19591995The American Foundation for the Blind1932-19371996Anti-Air Rifle Campaign1905-19511997Scope and Contents noteIncludes Legislation and B.B. Gun OrdinancesAnti-Steel Trap League Newsundated1998Bethany Orphanage19411999The Berea College Quarterly, v. XVI, no. 1.1912 April19910Big Sandy Region1915 June-July19911Bills and Legislation1912-195819912Bingo195419913Blank formsundated19914Scope and Contents noteMembership Cards, Consent forms, Disability Discharge FormsBlindness publicationsundated19915Scope and Contents noteStories from the Blind, Articles about Blindness, Causes of Blindness Table, and Lesson Plans for TeachersSong-Ballets and Devil's Ditties, William Aspenwall Bradley195719916Memorial to Madeline McDowell Breckenridge, Lexington Herald Leader1920 December 5th19917Breckinridge, Curry Desha, Sophinisba, Mary, and John C.1916-195819918Bryn Mawr College publicationsSubseries B.1885-1959Alumnae Association1901-190219919Bulletin1930 December-1959 Spring19920Alumnae Quarterly1915 January-July19921Alumnae Quarterly1916-19172001Annual Report of the President1894-1895, 1896-18972002Catalogue1885-19462003College calendar1898-1899, 1953-19542004College entrance examinations1890-1903 June2005The Lantern19012006Program18942007Census-SmithSubseries C.1857-1959, undatedCensus of Blind People, Bureau of the Census of the Department of Commerce and Labor19102008Census of 1910, June19102009Child Welfare Conference191220010Caney Creek Community Center Papers1916-191820011Scope and Contents noteCorrespondence and Pamphlets about this center that eventually became Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, KentuckyCivic Organizations1910-194120012Scope and Contents noteIncluded Lions Club (1938-1950) and Women's Club (1910-1941)Various College Entrance Examinationsundated20013Scope and Contents noteVassar College, University of St. Andrews, Smith College, Wellesley College.County Health Departments, News Throughout Kentucky1915-19532011Court Casesundated2012Scope and Contents noteJuvenile Court (1912), Physician cases (1942), Criminal Cases (1955)Dessie Scott Children's Home19522013Dr. Benjamin Winslow Dudley, Waller O. Bullock19342014Lexington and Cincinnati Account, Williams R. Dudley18572015Eastern Kentucky School Reconstruction Board1927-19312016Easter Kentucky State Hospital1931-19422017Education, Public Education and Public Schools1915-19592018Education and Training for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Blindundated2019Events and News Around Kentucky1940-195820110Facilities for the Car of the Blind and Prevention of Blindness in Kentucky, Mrs. Robert Kutak195520111Little Lowizy: The Quare Women's Discovery, Lucy Furman192920112Fireworks Bills and Legislation1932-195620113Flyers Announcing Educational and Clinical Sessions on Eye Disease1913-192320114Frenchburg Hospital194120115Fox, James W, and James Lane Allen Letters to Linda Neville1908-191220116Health Issues Around the Countryundated20117Bernard Kellmurray194220118Kentucky Medical Association1937-194820119Kentucky Society for the Prevention of Blindnessundated20120Scope and Contents noteBylaws, Membership Payments, Receipts and Expenditures, and Miscellaneous.Various subjects of interest throughout Lexington, Kentuckyundated20121Scope and Contents noteIncludes Map of LexingtonList of midwives, Kentuckyundated20122List of blind in Kentucky192020123Loan Agents and their victims190920124Lunger, Dr. Ervin, and Sarah Blanding1946-195820125Magoffin County Clinic192120126Mental illness1926-19572021Miscellaneous clippings about fireworks and the Oneida Instituteundated2022Missionary news1923-19552023Morality and Obscenity in Kentucky1911-19582024Scope and Contents noteLexington's Moral Improvement League, Issue of Moral ImprovementMorgan County School report19272025New York Association for the Blind1908-19162026Nurse's accounts1937-19462027Oneida Institute19152028Patient cases printed in newspapers1911-19572029Phi Omega Pi Sorority1937-194920210Political Issues and Various Platforms Taken in Kentucky1912-192320211Preventing blindness1908-195320212Scope and Contents notePertaining to Prevention of BlindnessPromotional materialundated20213Scope and Contents noteMountain Fund, Eyesight Care, Society for the Prevention of the BlindPublic healthundated20214Scope and Contents noteHistorical background of Public Health Services in KentuckyPublic health nurses1914-192820215Public school1911-195420216Scope and Contents noteKentucky School Boards and Various Public School MattersCorrespondence from Reform School, Greendale Kentucky191920217The Growth and Development of Public Health Nursing in Kentucky, Veronica Fishbach Richeimer193420218Scope and Contents noteMaster's Thesis from Peabody CollegeSayre School195420219School cardsundated20220Scope and Contents noteLearning AidsSettlement Schools in Kentucky, including Hindman, 1911-1956, and Dine Mountain193620221Dr. William B. Smith1885-193220222Scope and Contents noteCorrespondence, Publication and PhotoState Board of Charities and CorrectionsSubseries D.1910-1928, undatedCorrespondence and Clippings with and about State Board of Charities and Corrections1910-19262031Correspondence with and about Central State Hospital, Lakeland, Kentucky1925-19272032Correspondence with and about Eastern State Hospital Concerning Visits and Reports1925 August-1927 September2033Contracts Made19222034Monthly Reports1923 March2035Monthly Reports1924 January2036Monthly Reports1925 September2037Monthly Reports1925 November2038Monthly Reports1927 October2039Monthly Reports1927 November20310Monthly Reports1928 January20311Pre-Parole Interviews1925-192720312Scope and Contents noteLists of Girls and Boys under Parole SupervisionParole Committee reports for Kentucky Houses of Reform and Kentucky houses of Reformundated20313Prison and Parole191420314Scope and Contents noteSpecifications and Work ReleaseProceedings of the Conferences and Mass Meeting in Behalf of Prison Reform in New York State, Kentucky Civic Federation1914 March20315The Superintendent's Biennial Report of the Kentucky State Reformatory1927 November 3020316Kentucky State Reformatory, Statement of Distribution of Prison Population1927 November20317State Board of Health-Youth Authority ActSubseries E.1893-1959State Board of Health, Kentucky1893-194120318State Hospital Financial Statement and Budget Information1924-192520319Dr. J.A. Stuckey1906-19292041Study of the Care of the Blind in Kentucky, Charles B. Hayes19352042Syphilis1915-19432043Product Abuse and Cancer Link to Tobacco1957-19592044Trachoma1910-19142045Trachoma1915-19512046Trachoma Education Reports1917-19212047Trachoma Eradication Reports, U.S.D.H.S.1922-19252048Georgia D. Trader19442049Tuberculosis, Fayette County1911-193920410Vassar College Annual Catalogue1898-189920411Venereal Disease1918-194320412Scope and Contents noteTesting Before Marriage, Legislation Regarding Venereal Disease Testing, and the La Follette-Bulwinkle BillVice in Lexington191120413War of 1812, List of Widows and Orphans Who Haven't Received Pay for Death of Husband or Father193520414John C. Watts, Congressman195820415Woll, Margaret194020416Women's Suffrage1910-191520417Youth Authority Act195420418PhotographsSeries IX.1.71 Cubic Feet1854-1959Scope and ContentsThe photograph series consists of 651 items comprising a wide array of photographic processes, including lantern slides, silver gelatin prints, carte de visite, daguerreotypes, tin types, and chrystaleums. A large portion of the series features the Neville family, including Linda Neville, her adopted son David Neville Devary, her sister Mary Neville, and her father John Henry Neville. The series is organized into subseries based on categories and within each subseries the images have been organized into chronological order or alphabetical order. The subseries are: Linda Neville portraits, Portraits (Neville family, friends, and unknown), Blindness prevention and Mountain Fund, Interior, Event, Artifacts, Architecture, a Photographic album, and Lantern slides. There is also a restricted subseries of identified patients. The photographic album consists of images of people and places involved in the treatment of blindness as well as photos of various conditions of diseased eyes from the U.S. Public Health Service. The lantern slides include slides from the American Red Cross as well as some of Linda Nevilles blind patients. These lantern slides may be the same ones that Dr. F Park Lewis, of the New York Society for the Prevention of Blindness, asked Neville for in 1912 to show the American Medical Association. Subseries like Architecture and Artifacts all have photographs that relate back to Linda Nevilles life, such as photographs of her family home in Lexington, Kentucky, or a medal she won for her blindness prevention work. Towards the end of her life, Linda Neville wrote on the back of a large portion of the images, identifying the subject and year.Linda Neville portraitsSubseries A.1876-1953, undatedLinda Neville before 1915Subseries i.1876-1913Linda Neville, aged about three years. She was at the photographer's and became non-cooperativeapproximately 18761P1At Muller's Photograph Gallery in Lex- Linda Neville 'I won't'approximately 18761P2Linda Neville, Lexington, KY born April 23,1873. This photograph was taken in (?)before 18781P3Linda Neville (tin type)before 18785P4Linda Neville, May 28th, 78, five years old, April 23rd, 1878approximately 18781P5Linda Neville May 28, 1878approximately 18781P6For Aunt Caroline with my love1891 July 76P7Linda Nevilleapproximately 19121P8Linda Nevilleapproximately 19121P9Linda Neville19125P10Linda Neville19128P11Linda Nevilleapproximately 19138P12Linda Neville after 1915Subseries ii.1936-1948Linda Neville, New York1936 October8P13Linda Neville in David's room in the New York Eye and ear Infirmary in October 1936 (or possibly in early November 1936)19368P14Linda Neville19366P15Linda Neville19366P16Linda Nevilleprobably 19486P17Linda Neville19486P18Linda Nevilleprobably 19486P19Linda Nevilleprobably 19486P20Linda Nevilleprobably 19486P21Linda Neville holding a photograph of David Devaryprobably 19486P22Linda Neville19488P23Linda Neville with familySubseries iii.1895-1949Linda Neville (right side) and Mary Nevillebefore 19206P24Linda Neville (right side) in our parlor at our home on West Mail Street--in the house built after 1895 also pictured: John Henry Neville and Ma Nevilleafter 18951P25Linda Neville with David Neville Devary19366P26Linda Neville holding David Neville Devary19366P27Linda Neville and David Neville Devary19368P28Linda Neville holding David Neville Devary19368P29Linda Neville holding David Neville Devary1936 August6P30Linda Neville and David Neville Devary, Aug. 1936 in Lexington1936 August6P31Linda Neville and David Neville Devary1936 August 256P32Baby David Devary and Linda Neville, Aug. 2, 1936, in the yard of the Neville Home at 722 West Main St., Lexington, KY.1936 August 256P33Baby David Devary and Linda Neville, Aug. 25, 1936, in the yard of the Neville Home, 722 West Main St., Lexington, KY1936 August 256P34Linda Neville and David Devary19368P35Mama Linda love baby in the rocking chair, says David Devary, many times in a day, Miss Linda Neville and blind babyapproximately 19381P36Linda Neville and adopted son David Devaryapproximately 19381P37David -age 3 1/2 years- and Linda Neville on her lawn in Lex., KYapproximately 19381P38Linda Neville holding David Devary (in color)19388P39David Devary and Linda Neville, about August 1938, by the side steps of the Neville house at 922 West Main St., Lex., KYapproximatel 19381P40David Neville Devary and Linda Neville by the Neville residence at 722 W. Main St. in August 19381938 August1P41Linda Neville and David Devary1938 August9P42Linda Neville and David Devary1938 August9P43Linda Neville and David Devary1940 January 319P44Linda Neville and David Devary19409P45Linda Neville teaching David Devary to read braile1942 February 29P46Joanna Pennington, Linda Neville, David Devary in the pool in Lexington, KY in 1943 (when Linda Neville was 70 years old)19435P47Linda Neville and David Devary: GAR at Lexington Cemetary, May 30, 1948- David Neville Devary with trumpet1948 May 305P48Linda Neville and David Neville Devary on the Neville lawn19496P49Linda Neville and David Neville Devaryapproximately 19491P50Linda Neville with patients/at workSubseries iv.1915-1939Linda Neville at work for the Mountain Fund, riding a mule19156P511. Travel nurse 3. Physician 4. Travel nurse 5. Linda Neville...on 15 July, mule ride after heavy rain1915 July 156P52Linda Neville and a patient outside Bell County Jail19159P53Linda Neville with a patientafter 19155P54This boy is potographed standing with Linda Neville at the State House of Reform in Greendale, Ky.19186P55Linda Neville and Beckham richie and three sisters upon arrival at Children's Free Hospital in Louisvilleafter 19156P56Linda Neville with two young male patientsafter 19156P57Linda Neville with two young male patients from Jefferson County, Kentuckyafter 19156P58Linda Neville with seven young patientsprobably 1920s6P59Linda Neville and her patientprobably 1920s6P60...on her way with Linda Neville to enter the Slate School for the Blindprobably 19201P61Linda Neville and nurses holding five Gonorrheal babies at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington, KY19369P62Linda Neville and nurses holding five Gonorrheal babies at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington, KY19369P63Linda Neville holding James Edward Deaton in the winter of 19391939 winter6P64Linda Neville holding James Edward Deaton in the winter of 19391939 winter6P65Linda Neville with a patientprobably 19395P66Linda Neville with a patientundated11P651Linda Neville with friends/group photosSubseries v.1937-1953, undatedLinda Neville (right)- speaking on blindness. Also pictured- Dr. Dillard (left) and Dr. Foote (center)19539P67Linda Neville, left, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stweart, right, at Morehead, KY.undated6P68Linda Neville and Lucy Furman19371P69Linda Neville and Lucy Furman19379P70Linda Neville with Bob Trout on CBS in New York City1938 January 159P71Linda Neville with Bob Trent on CBS in New York City1938 January 159P72Linda Neville at the Business and Pro Women lunch1945 October5P73Dear Miss Linda: This isn't so good but I thought you might like a copy to remind you of a very pleasant luncheon at the Spring Motel in June 53- Your two distinguished gentlemen are Dr. Dreland and Dr. Foote from Helen May Young, R.N.1953 June1P74Linda Neville and Mrs. A Prewitt Payne (Jean) in the Y.W.C.A Building19539P75PortraitsSubseries B.1860-1958, undatedNeville and Payne familySubseries i.1875-1958, undatedDavid Devary at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey, David- Dec. 19361936 December6P76David Neville Devary, born Jan. 31, 1936 in Madison Co., Ky. Adopted by Linda Neville in July 194719371P77David Neville Devar in a high chair at the Arthur Sunshine Home19376P78David Devary at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey19376P79David N. Devary (left- nearer ground19376P80David Devary outside at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey19376P81David Devary in the push cart at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey. D.D. enterted that home when he was about ten months old.19376P82David Devary on a tricycle at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey.19376P83David Devary on a tricycle at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey.19376P84David Devary on a tricycle at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey.19376P85David Devary on a hobby horse at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey.19376P86David Devary at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey.19376P87David Devary at the Arthur Sunshine Home in Summit, New Jersey1937 May6P88David Devary- May 19371937 May6P89David Devar at the Arthur Sunshine Home in May 19371937 May6P90David Devary at the Arthur Sunshine Home in May 19371937 May6P91David Devary at the Arthur Sunshine Home1938 February 46P92David and Lilly- Summer 19381938 summer6P93David Neville Devary (born Jan. 31, 1936) in the yard of the Neville home on West Main St. (722 W. Main) in August 19381938 August1P94David Neville, Aug. 1938, He was born Jan. 31, 19361938 August1P95David Neville Devary, born Jan. 31m 1936-- About 2 1/2 years old1938 August1P96David Devary19389P97David Devary (color portrait)19389P98David Devary19389P99David Neville Devary in November 19421942 November6P100David Devary and Joanna Pennington, adopted blind children of Linda Nevilleundated10P101David Devary and Joanna Pennington (Linda's adopted children) playing instrumentsundated9P102David Devary at the Saint Joseph Hospital19489P103David Devary in 195019506P104David Neville Devary at 722 West Main Street, Lexington, KYafter 19506P105David Neville Devary (born Jan. 31, 1936) and Linda Lee Woolums (born July 10, 1956) at 722 West Main St. Lex., Kyafter 19561P106Betty Haskins, cousin of Linda Neville1958 September 301P107Betty Haskins, cousin of Linda Neville1958 September 301P108Larry Johnson, son of Joanna Pennington Johnson, the adopted daughter of Linda Nevilleundated6P109Charles Kerr Jr., son of Charles Kerr and Linda Payne Kerrundated5P110Chas Kerrundated1P111Charles Kerr Jr., born about 1900, son of Charles Kerr and Linda Payne Kerrbefore 19055P112Charles Kerr Jr. with his mother's brother John B. Payneafter 19055P113Charles Kerr, Jr.undated8P114Charles Kerr IIIundated6P115Charles Kerr Jr.'s younger son1944 January6P116Linda Payne Kerrundated8P117Found in Charles Kerr correspondanceundated1P118Christopher Owen Nevilleundated1P119Christopher Owen Nevilleundated1P120Son of Christopher Owen Neville and Lindsey Neville and half brother (younger) of John Jenry Neville (who was the son of Christopher and Mary Ross Nevilleundated1P121Edith Neville, age 6 weeksundated6P122Edith Nevilleundated1P123Edith Nevilleundated1P124Edith Nevilleundated1P125Edith Nevilleundated1P126Edith Nevilleundated1P127Edith Nevilleundated6P128Edith Nevilleundated5P129For Mary Neville with love from her cousin E.N. Edith Neville of Bloomington, IN. Daughter of James Neville, half brother of John Henry Nevilleundated1P130John Henry Neville, born in Christian Co, KY in 1827undated6P131John Henry Nevilleundated9P132John Henry Neville, born in Nov. 1827. The year when this photograph was made is forgetten. -Linda Neville, his daugherundated1P133John Henry Nevilleundated1P134John H. Neville on a street car (electric) in Lex undated6P135John Henry Neville on his way to collegeundated1P136John Henry Neville on his way in an electric trolly car in Lexington, KY, probably going to the State College (without a change of cars on the way from in front of his house on West Main St.)undated1P137John Henry Neville at the Kentucky State Legislature Banquet in the Phoenix Hotel1900 February 2611P138John Henry Neville1903 July1P139John Henry Neville (pictured on the far right)approximately 19031P140John Henry Nevilleapproximately 19035P141John Henry Neville1904 August9P142John Henry Neville- standing on East Main St. near Limestone St.19045P143John Henry Neville1904 August1P144John Henry Neville, standing in front of Graves. Cox & Co. Store in Lexington, Kentucky1904 August5P145John Henry Neville1904 August1P146John Henry Neville19056P147John Henry Neville at KY A&M College, Lexington, KY19051P148John Henry Neville19051P149John Henry Neville19051P150John Henry Neville19059P151John Henry Neville- At the State College -he was facing the administration building's entrance- which faced S. Limestone Street, Lexington, KY19059P152John Henry Neville19055P153John Henry Neville190511P154John Henry Neville19055P155John Henry Neville at Woodland Park, Lexington, KY, born 1827, died 190819065P156John Henry Neville at Woodland Park in Lexington, Kentucky19065P157John Henry Neville19065P158John Henry Neville (colored portrait)19069P159John Henry Neville19086P160Mary Neville, About 4 years old, possibly 518751P161For Aunt Caroline, taken in 1877, Mary Neville, Born June 3, 187118771P162Mary Neville when 5 or 6 years old, Linda Neville's sister, born June 3, 187118775P163Mary Neville and Latin Class of 1881-821881-18821P164Mary Neville, Bryn Mawr College, June 1st, 18911891 June 11P165July 1903, at the right: Mary Neville1903 July1P166Mary Neville (right) and friendapproximately 19036P167Mary Neville wearing a light colored (or white) scarf (middle), William B. Talbert, Mrs. Wm. B. Talbert, about 190819081P168Mary Neville in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hogue in Philadelphia, PAundated6P169Mary Neville in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rovert Hogue in Philadelphia, PAundated6P170Mary Neville on upper step, Ellen Douglas Payne on lower stepundated6P171Mary Neville with Elinor1912 December6P172Mary Neville, at Atlantic City- Mary Neville almost certainly in late July or early August 19141914 July-August1P173Mary Neville, large portrait from a photograph taken in Atlantic City1914 July-August10P174Mary Neville and friendsundated2P175Mary Neville and a young boyundated6P176Mary Neville at Preston Johnston's -Fayette Co.- about 1917 or 1918 or 1919circa 1917-19192P177Linda Neville's sister, Mary Neville- at Preston Johnston's- Fayette Co.circa 1917-19192P178Mary Neville (right) and Margaret Preston Johnston19216P179Without hat on left, Linda Payne; with hat in center, Mary Payne Coleman; without had on right, Mary Neville looking towards Linda Payne Kerr, about in 192119216P180Mary Neville (right) and Mary S. Payne Coleman (left) at Preston Johnston's house in Fayette County19219P181Mary Nevilleundated6P182Mary Payne Neville, mother of Linda and Mary Nevilleundated6P183Mary Payne Neville, mother of Linda and Mary Nevilleundated6P184Mary Theobald Payne Neville, daughter of Daniel McCarty Payne and Zelinda Ann Smith Payne, wife of John Henry Neville, mother of Mary Neville and Linda Neville. This photograph taken of her onl a month of two before her death on April 24, 1886, shows her as ill. She had cancer and looked ill when this photograph was taken. She was 47-years-old.18862P185One of Linda Neville's kinsmen on her father's sideundated6P186Edward Payne, father of Daniel McCarty Payneundated2P187Edward Payne, father of Daniel McCarty Payne, reproduction of a painting1906 June 175P188John Breckinridge Payne, Jr., son of J.B. Payne and Ellen Woolley Payneundated6P189Margaret Woolley Payne, Lexington, Ky. Monday, January 23rd, 1888, 17 years, daughter of John B. Payne and Ellen, afterwards called Margaret Howard Payneafter 18886P190Rida C. Payneundated6P191Caroline Neville Pearceundated2P192Caroline Neville Pearceundated11P193Descendent of Linda Neville patern aunt, Caroline Neville Pearseundated2P194John Ross, brother of Mary Ross Neville, mother of John Henry Nevilleundated2P195John Ross- maternal uncle of John Henry Nevilleundated2P196John Ross- brother of Mary Ross Neville, mother of John Henry Nevilleundated2P197Chrystaleum photo of Mary Neville (based on the photo in #162)187712P198Chrystaleum photo Linda Neville (based off of the photograph of #3)before 187812P199Family friends and unknownSubseries ii.1860-1957, undatedJohn F Allen of Fayette County, Henry of Lexington, Page of St. Louis, and Duncan of Kentucky. At Camp Douglas, Illinois18646P200To Miss Linda Neville. A precious soul devoted to humanity. Eternal blessings to you! -J. Paul Anderson1934 March9P201Mabel E. Beebe-190519052P202Mary Brita Bergland, aged 3 months and one weekundated2P203Linda Ho Bledsoe, born in October 1942 of Manchester Clay Co., KYafter 19426P204Linda Ho Bledsoeafter 19426P205Mary Curry Desha Breckinridge, daughter of W.C.P. Breckinridge and sister of Sophinisba Preston Breckinridge. Curry died in 1918, Nisba died later in that yearbefore 19186P206Curry Breckinridge, nurse in Belgium and later in Paris, France in First World Ward, before the U.S. entered itbefore 19186P207Madeline McDowell Breckridge- She died in late 1920 (on Thanksgiving Day), I loved her truly and I admired her greatly. -Linda Nevilleundated8P208From Mary Breckinridge to Linda Neville, Mary Breckinridge, founder of the Frontier Nursing Serviceundated5P209Emma Doyle Brisley, May 18921892 May6P210Julius, the son of Madam Carpenter, who was our teacher of Frenc, and with this child lived in our home (on West Main Street). I was then about 10 years old. -Linda Nevillecirca 1880s2P211Mrs. Cassell, portrait taken at Deaue studio in Dallas, Texasundated5P212Combs familyundated2P213Child, unknown- portrait taken at Snyder Studios in Topeka, Kansasundated2P214Child, unknownundated9P215Don Click19206P216Professor Cox who taught Latin, the pupils in Miss Mary E. Steven's preparatory boarding school on Chelton Ave. -near the PA. Station- Germantown, PAundated9P217Devary family- David Devary's father, two brothers, and two sistersundated2P218Paul Devary19542P219Devary family: David Neville Devary's brother and a womanundated5P220Jessie A. Dow- portrait taken at Hinklr studio in Germantown, PA.undated6P221Jessie Preston Draper, age four monthsundated2P222A.J. Earl1896 December2P223Grace E. Emery18926P224Grace E. Emery18926P225Family, unknown- portrait taken at B.L. Moore & Son studio in Eureka, Illinoisundated2P226Females, unknownundated2P227Females, unknown- portrait taken at Snyder studio in Topeka, Kansasundated2P228Female, unknown- portrait taken at Snyder studio in Topeka, Kansasundated2P229Females, unknown- portrait taken at Mullen studio in Lexington, Kentuckyundated2P230Female, unknown- portrait taken at Phillips studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniaundated2P231Female, unknown- portrait taken at Garrett studio in Bloomington, ILundated2P232Female, unknown- portrait taken at T.P. Garrett studio in Bloomington, Illinoisundated2P233Female, unknown- portrait taken at Willis Studio in Miford, Massachusettsundated2P234Female, unknown- portrait taken at Mayes studio in Bloomington, Illinoisundated2P235Female, unknown- portrait taken at Thomson Photo in Kansas City, Missouriundated2P236Female, unknown- portrait taken at Swap studio in Boonville, Missouriundated2P237Female, unknown- portrait taken at L.V. Bean studio in Sioux Falls, South Dakotaundated2P238Female, unknown- portrait taken at Dana studio in New York, New Yorkundated2P239Female, unknownundated6P240Female, unknown- portrait taken at Hinklr studio in Germantown, PAundated6P241Female, unknownundated2P242Females, unknown- portrait taken at Francis studioundated5P243Female, unknownundated5P244Female, unknown- portrait taken at Short studio in California, Missouriundated2P245Female, unknown- portrait taken at Francis studioundated2P246Female, unknownundated2P247Females, unknown- portrait taken at R. Mauki studio in Tokio, Japan in the winter of 19071907 winter5P248Female, unknown-portrait taken at Frank Starke studio in St. Louis, Missouriundated5P249Female, unknown- portrait taken at Cobrille studio in Topeka, KansaSundated5P250Female, unknown- portrait taken at Francis studioundated5P251Female, unknown- portrait taken at Francis studioundated5P252Female, unknown- portrait taken at Blackburn studio in Houston, Texasundated5P253female, unknownbefore 19005P254Mary Flexner, fellow student at Bryn Mawr College1895 June7P255Francis Clark Harrington- portrait taken at Hodges studio in Bristol, Tennesseeundated2P256Katherine Hobson of lexington, niece of Miss Mary Bullett of Lexington, married Robert Browning Hamilton, then of Lexington, KYundated7P257Mrs. Rosa Vertner Jeffrey, whose home was at the house on the southwest corner of 2nd and Market Streets, facing on 2nd Street, Lex., KYundated2P258Margaret Preston Johnston's relative- portrait taken at Willis Studio in Milford, Massachusettsundated3P259Margaret Preston Johnston's relative: For Preston Johnston from Linda Neville, with love. At the Lafayette Hotel, April 6, 1949 -portrait taken at Willis Studio in Milford, Massachusettsundated3P260Mary Virginia Laskin, aged 2 1/2 years - portrait taken at Rolfe & Cobville studio in Topeka, Kansasundated3P261Male, unknown- portrait taken at Swap studio in Booneville, Missouriundated3P262Male, unknown- portrait taken at Morrell studio in Bloomington, Illinoisundated3P263Male, unknown- portrait taken at Thomson studio in Kansas City, Missouriundated3P264Male, unknown- portrait taken at Wene studio in Topeka, Kansasundated3P265Male, unknown- portrait taken at E.H. Fox studio in Danville, Kentuckyundated3P266Male, unknown- portrait taken at Mullen studio in Lexington, Kentuckyundated3P267Male, unknownundated7P268Male, unknown, with infant1905 March 47P269Male, unknown- portrait taken at J.W. Williams studio in Shelbyville, Kentuckyundated7P270Male, unknown- portrait taken at Thredders studio in Weymouth, Massachusettsundated7P271Male, unknownundated3P272Male, unknownundated3P273Male, unknown- portrait taken at Mayes studio in Bloomington, Illinoisundated5P274Male, unknownundated9P275Male, unknownundated8P276Paule, age 8undated7P277Margaret Preston, then a student at Bryn Mawr College, she later married P.P. Johnstonundated7P278Margaret Preston19025P279William Preston, To Baby Alexander J. Alexander from Linda Neville, October 28, 1941: This photograph of your grandfather, William Preston, was given to me by him soon after it was made, either a short time before he came my pupil or while he was my pupil.undated9P280Viola Rawlings of Irvine, Kentuckyundated7P281Daguerreotype of Edward Raynes, taken by Mr. Phipps, April 1860, Lexington, KY1860 April7P282Sara L. Rogers (the older), Billie Jeans Rogersundated7P283Frank L. Scanlon, Jr. of Lexington, Kentuckyundated7P284Frank L. Scanlon, Jr. of Lexington, Kentuckyundated7P285John Craig Shelby1904 September 205P286Probably William Smith, photographed at the Mullen studio in Lexington, Kentuckyundated7P287Mrs. George Sprague, widow of Dr. George Sprague, holding the Optimist Club Cup award from Linda Neville19573P288Fay McCracken Stockwell, classmate at Bryn Mawr Collegeundated7P289Minnie Louis' baby, Joan Carol Strongundated7P290Miss Mary Martha Tucker of Clay Countyundated7P291Wilkes family- portrait taken at Short studio in California, Missouriafter 19003P292Wilkes family- portrait taken at Short studio in California, Missouriafter 19003P293Wilkes family- portrait taken at Short studio in California, Missouriafter 19005P294Wilkes family- portrait taken at Short studio in California, Missouriafter 19005P295Probably two of the Wilkes children, portrait taken at the Short studio in California, Missouriafter 19005P296Mary Sayre Williams- portrait taken at Mullen studio in Lexington, Kentuckyundated3P297Probably Sallie Woolleyundated7P298Female, unknown- ambrotypeundated3P299Female, unknown- ambrotypeundated3P300Unidentified man and woman on porch with dogundated3P319Blindness prevention and Mountain FundSubseries C.1913-1950, undatedBlind male, unknown- African Americanundated9P301Female pupils at the Kentucky School for the Blindapproximately 19509P302Pupils at the Kentucky School for the Blindapproximately 19509P303Our nurse Constance on John Fox Jr. She is holding her namesake, the first clean baby on Caney Creekundated7P304Dr. Clarence DeWeese and Dr. Wilson at Big Creek Clinic in Clay Co., KY- in about 1921, Linda Neville present19217P3051. Dr. F. Parks Lewis- Buffalo, NY, noted opthalmologist. 2. Dr. John McMullen, U.S.P.H.S (US Public Health Service) Surgeon, who in 1913 became head of federal work against trachoma in Kentucky. 3. Mrs. Mae Sticks- anesthetist in USPHS19137P306Hopkins County Clinic, Dr. John McMullen pictured19165P307Red Cross nursesundated7P308Red Cross Workers of the Lake Division A.R.C1919-19209P309Superintendent of the Arthur Sunshine Home for the blind when David Devary lived there from October 1936 to March 1938undated9P310Berea College students- Ivis Group of Mountaineers at Berea Collegeundated5P311 Dr. J.A. Stucky and others coming from Hindman to Jackson after the clinic of 1912 (held in the spring of 1912)1912 spring7P312Patient, male, unknownundated7P313Patient, infant, Maryundated7P314Uncle Salmon Eldridge who got us to start the Hindman Schoolundated7P315Female, unknown: Aunt Leah who cards, spins, and weaves as well as plays the dulcimerundated7P316Female, unknown: One of Miss Robbin's neighbors, mother of 18 childrenundated7P317Couple, unknown: Aunt Sal and Uncle Ben on their fiftieth wedding anniversaryundated3P318Couple, unknownundated3P320Mrs. Bessie Watts Short (Mrs. Hiram Short) February, 1939, Knott Co., KYundated3P321Patients, unknown: Unintelligent looking chap seated at right has trachoma--has not seen for years and sings for a living. Uncle John and Aunt Sis to the left. taken at Pine Mountain in 1916 or 19171916 or 19177P322Gathering at the Caney Creek Civic Center ahead of time for the meeting on 'More and Better Crops'undated7P323Spring clinic of 1912 for the Mountain Fund19127P324Patient, female, unknownundated7P325Female, unknown, working for Mountain Fundundated7P326Group, unknown, from Knott County19177P327Group, unknown, working for Mountain Fundundated7P328Group, unknown, working for Mountain Fundundated7P329Group, unknown, working for Mountain Fundundated7P330Patient, male, unknownundated7P331Patient, male, unknownundated7P332Patient, male, unknown, from Jefferson Countyundated7P333Patient, female, unknownundated7P334Patient, female, unknownundated7P335Patient, female, unknownundated7P336Patients, group, unknown- Mountain Fund Patients at the Children's Free Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky19217P337Patients, group, unknown- Linda Neville's patients on the lawn of the Children's Free Hospital in Louisville19217P338Patients, females, unknown- Mountain Fund Patients at the Children's Free Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky19217P339Patients, females, unknown- Linda Neville's patients at the Children's Free Hospital in Louisville19217P340Patients, females, unknown- Linda Neville's patients at the Children's Free Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky19217P341Patients, group, unknown- Five of eight Mountain Fund patients in Children's Free Hospital, Louisville, September 1921; 3 lame, 1 blind, 1 disabled19217P342Patients, group, unknown- Linda Neville's patients on the Children's Free Hospital Lawn in Louisville19217P343Patient, female, unknown19217P344Patient, infant, unknown- One of Linda Neville's Mountain Fund- ophthalmia neonatorum babies in hospitalundated7P345Patients, group, unknownundated7P346Patient, male, unknownundated7P347Patients, infants, unknown (being held by nurses)undated7P348Patients, females, unknownundated7P349Patients, females, unknown- Jennie is the little oneundated7P350Patients, group, unknown- Pine Mountain Children going to Litle Lauel where a christmas tree for children who never saw one, Old Xmas, Jan 6undated7P351Patient, female, unknownundated3P352Patients, infants, unknown (being held by a nurse)undated7P353Patients, unknown, pictured with Mrs. Jennie Wilkers Ashbrook: Mrs. Jennie Wilkers Ashbrook, children who had been brought by Linda Neville, 2 of these with the help of Mrs. J.W.A. from the Spring Clinic of Dr. J.A. Stick at Hindman, KYundated3P354Patient, female, unknown About 1914, a dreadful case of the damage of tracoma19144P355Patient, infant, unknownundated4P356Patient, male, unknownundated4P357Patient, female, unknown: Patient under Linda Neville's care- see the catarract in her left eyeundated4P358Patients, group, unknown- In the Children's Free Hospital1921 August7P359Patients, group, unknown- The child in the middle-- a crippled child in Linda Neville's care19217P360Patient, male, unknown- In Linda Neville's care19217P361Patient, male, unknownundated9P362Patient, male, unknownundated9P363Patient, male, unknown- In what year? Who? An eye patient under the Mountain Fund in Lexington- Linda Neville, June 12, 1957undated5P364Patient, unknown- A Mounain Fund patient from Scott County, Kentucky, the eye-ball had been removed on the other sideundated9P365Patient, male, unknown- from Owsley County, Kentucky1918-19194P366Patient, male, unknown- from Owsley County, Kentucky1918-19194P367Patient, male, unknown- from Owsley County, Kentucky1918-19194P368Patient, male, unknown- from Owsley County, Kentucky1918-19194P369Patients, females, unknownundated8P370Group- doctors and Native American patients after eye surgeryundated11P647Medical personal at a Native American Reservation to perform eye surgeriesundated11P648Medical personnel at a Native American Reservation to perform eye surgeryundated11P649Medical personel performing eye surgery (650)undated11P650InteriorSubseries D.circa 1900-1908, undatedLexington, Kentucky- Linda Neville's home: The parlor at 722 West Main St., Lexington, KY...circa 1900-19084P371Lexington, Kentucky- Linda Neville's homecirca 1900-19084P372Lexington Kentucky- Linda Neville's home: This photograph presumably was taken between 1900 and 1908. N.E. (front) upper bedroom, 2nd floor. On that bed (in the old house) on April 24, 1886, my mother, Mary Payne Neville, died. On this side (near the photograph) my sister, Mary Neville, died (in this room) October 11, 1951. -Linda Neville, 1953. The bed is right in the same place.circa 1900-19084P373Lexington, Kentucky- Linda Neville's bedroom: At 722 Weset Main St., Lex., Ky... The bed is the brass bed hat my father bought for my sister Mary Neville after she reported that at Bryn Mawr College in Denbigh Hall a brass bed was hought to be very fine! -Linda Neville, June 12, 1957circa 1900-19084P374California, Missouri- interior room (living room)undated8P375California, Missouri- interior room (bedroom)undated8P376California, Missouri- interior room (living room)undated8P377PatientsSubseries E.1917-1955, undated416-475Conditions Governing AccessPhotographs restricted due to containing personally identifiable patient information.Abner, Charity- Mountain Fund patientundated13P416Baby Allen of Pike County, KY- Mountain Fun patient193813P417Baby Carter of Madison County, Kentucky (before photo)undated14P418Baby Carter of Madison County (after photo)undated14P419Baby Reynolds of Jessamine County, born May 3, 1922, photo taken in Lexington, Kentucky1922 June 2414P420Baby Reynolds of Jessamine County, born May 3, 1922, photo taken in Lexington, Kentucky1922 June 2414P421Baby from the Phi Omega fund (goes with #423)194113P422Baby from the Phi Omega fund (goes with #422)194115P423Baker, Patricia Ann- Mountain Fund patient194013P424Baker, Patricia Ann- Mountain Fund patient194014P425Baker, Ray- Moutanin Fund patient, malignant eyeundated13P426Begley, Tom- Mountain Fund patientundated14P427Blanton, Claude of Magoffin Countyundated16P428Blanton, Claude of Magoffin Countyundated16P429Blanton, E.undated14P430Bradley- Mountain Fund patient192413P431Burdette, Cora- Mountain Fund patient1921 September13P432Cadelinn, Marthaundated13P433Carter, Richard Wagner- Mountain Fund patientundated14P434Chasteen brothers of Berea, Kentuckyundated13P435Diamond, Nancy Frances Louisa Childrens- Mountain Fund patientundated14P436Diamond, Nancy Francis Louisa Childrensundated14P437Diamond, Nancy Francis Louisa Childrensundated17P438Diamond, Nancy Francis Louisa Childrensundated16P439Eversole, Lester of Clay County- Linda Neville's first crippled patient in the fall of 1941194113P440Eversole, Lester of Clay County- Linda Neville's first crippled patient in the fall of 1941194113P441Eversole, Nancy of Clay County- Mountain Fund patient194114P442Hatton, Marjorie- blind female at the Bethany Orphanage193714P443Hatton, Marjorie- blind female at the Bethany Orphanage193713P444Homans, Patricia- Mountain Fund patient193514P445Ison, June- Mountain Fund patient192713P446Ledford, Rex Allen195513P447Margie May of Kingdom Comeundated13P448Mullins, Vernon- crippled patient in Linda Neville's care1923 January 814P449Owens familyundated14P450Owens familyundated14P451Owens familyundated14P452Owens, Jamie (at Dr. Jo Stuckey's second clinic)undated14P453Owens, Jasmine and Mrs. Owensundated16P454Patton, Bessie- blind patient at the Knox Count Clinic192114P455Patton, Bessie- blind patient at the Knox County Clinic192114P456Richie children at the Children's Free Hospital in Louisvilleundated13P457Richie family, Lena Richie is female wearing dark glassesundated17P458Risner, Sonny of Magoffin Countyundated14P459Risner, Sonny of Magoffin Countyundated14P460Saylor, Matilda- Mountain Fund patientundated13P461Saylor, Matilda- Mountain Fund patientundated13P462Saylor, Matilda- Mountain Fund patientundated13P463Shields, Ireneundated14P464Sloan, William- Mountain Fund patientundated16P465Sloan, William- Mountain Fund patientundated16P466Sloan, William- Mountain Fund patientundated16P467Stephends, Dillard- a crippled patient of Linda Neville's1923 January 814P468Trosper, Robert G.191713P469Wellman, Bromley of Greenupundated14P470Wilson, Andrew192214P471Wilson, Andrew192214P472Wilson, Andrew192213P473Wilson, Andrew192214P474Wilson, Andrew192214P475EventSubseries F.undatedUnidentified group of adults at a partyundated7P378A funeral meetingundated4P379ArtifactsSubseries G.1912, 1944, undatedPhotograph of a Deed by Daniel Boone, original deed from 1799undated5P380Photographs of the screens at the Kentucky Society for Prevention of Blindness. Kentuck Child Welfare Exhibit, Louisville1912 November7P381Leslie Dana Medal for Prevention of Blindness; Linda Neville of Kentucky; Sight Saver; Friend in Need; 194419449P382Photographs of screens arranged by Linda Neville for the November 1912 Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit in the Armory in Lousiville1912 November7P383Photographs of screens arranged by Linda Neville for the November 1912 Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit in the Armory in Lousiville1912 November7P384Photographs of screens arranged by Linda Neville for the November 1912 Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit in the Armory in Lousiville1912 November7P385Photographs of screens arranged by Linda Neville for the November 1912 Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit in the Armory in Lousiville1912 November7P386Photographs of screens arranged by Linda Neville for the November 1912 Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit in the Armory in Lousiville1912 November7P387ArchitectureSubseries H.1900-1940, undatedChina-Tuberculosis Pavilion, Gift of Classmates and Friends, Elisabeth H. Baluvelt Memorial Hospital, Tungan, Amoy, China, Found in the correspondance to Mary Neville from Mar Delia Hopkins1924 November 27P388Caney Creek, Kentucky- Nurse shelter on Caney Creek. One room and lean-to. This is the upper tier of steps as the shleter is built on the mountain to avoid floods in the valleyundated7P389Caney Creek, Kentucky- Comunity Centerundated7P390Caney Creek, Kentucky- Hope Cottage is behind this fence, crossing the creek which flows in front of the cottage, you go on the plank, walk around the mountain to the Ivis building, about 3 minutesundated7P391Caney Creek, Kentucky- Main road between Ivis and Caney. the creek bed is here dry; but after a cloudburst it roars like a riverundated7P392Clay County, Kentucky- Oneida Mountain Hospital, Inc.undated7P393Clay County, Kentucky- View from school house at Big Creekundated7P394Clay County, Kentucky- Oneida, Clay Co., KY, 'Beautiful for situation', a red cross is over The Oneida Mounain Hospital, Inc.undated4P395Clay County, Kentucky- Hospital at Oneidaundated4P396Eastern Kentucky- Pendleton school house (front view)undated4P397Eastern Kentucky- Pendleton school house (back view)undated4P398Lexington, Kentucky, Professor John Henry Neville's houseundated4P399Lexington, Kentucky- Linda Neville family homeundated9P400Lexington, Kentucky- Downtownundated7P401Lexington, Kentuck- Masonic Building, Northeastern corner of Walnut and Short where Center C. Church now stands. Taken by Charles N. Lyleundated5P402Lexington, Kentucky- University of KY- Administration Bldg- x over a third story window shows room in which John Henry Neville always taught. -Linda Nevilleafter 19005P403Lexington, Kentucky- State University, Main Building. Arrow points to the third story room (north-east corner) which John H. Neville occupied for all his classes. -Linda Nevilleafter 19005P404Lexington, Kentucky- Transylvania University, Main Building. X by 2nd story window on the west side of the building points out the room in which John Henry Neville taught. -Linda Nevilleafter 19005P405Lexington, Kentucky- Downtownundated4P406Lexington, Kentucky- Main Streetundated5P407Lexington, Kentucky- Downtownundated9P408Louisville, Kentucky- home of Jennie Virginia Owens Wilson, 821 Camden Street, Louisville, KY. Found in correspondance.1930 July 207P409Wolke County, Kentucky- October 1941- this home for children was presided over by Miss Esther Pushee after this building burned and six children, also a teacher named Dessie Scott were burned to death. This site was in Wolde Count at Pine Ridge; was opened by Miss Pushee, the home called The Dessie Scott Children's Home1941 October7P410Kentucky- Where Miss Robbins lived this summer and taught school on Little Laurelundated7P411Kentucky- House, unknown. This is the house he took her toundated4P412California, Missouri- House, unknownundated8P413California, Missouri- House, unknown8P414Summit, New Jersey- The Arthur Home, Nursery, Hospital and Kindergarten for Blind Babies. Pine Grove Avenue, Summit, N.J. (Owned and maintained by the International Sunshine Society, 96 Fifth Avenue, N.Y. Cit)undated4P415Photographic albumSubseries I.1907-1915, undatedEye infected with trachomaundated18P476Eye infected with trachomaundated18P477Eye infected with trachomaundated18P478Eye infected with trachomaundated18P479Eye infected with trachomaundated18P480Eye infected with trachomaundated18P481Patient with chronic trachoma with ectropionundated18P482Patient with acute purulent trachomaundated18P483Patient with chronic trachoma with ectroprionundated18P484Patient with acuta trachomaundated18P485Patient with acute trachomaundated18P487Patient with acute trachoma involving lower lid with abundant trachoma bodiesundated18P486A case of trachoma in which relief came too lateundated18P488Patient with trachomaundated18P489A trachmoa patient at the U.S. Public Health Service hospital who should have been well and at playundated18P490Trachoma beginning its inroads on the bright eyes of a little girlundated18P491This woman is the mother of four children none of whom she had ever seen. Following brief treatment at the U.S. Public Health Service hospitalshe rejoined her family and gazed upon the children for the first time in her lifeundated18P492Still in his youth but soon to end his working days unless relievedundated18P493Before treatment, unable to read for more than brief periodsundated18P494After treatment. A new world opened to him.undated18P495One of the earliest of the 10,000 cases treated by the U.S. Public Health Service. This child had been in a dark room in voluntary confinement for months.undated18P496Blind for many yearsundated18P497Four sufferers from a family of ill of Breathitt County, Kentucky. The remaining children also had trachoma but were unable to be present when the photograph was taken.undated18P498Shielding her eyes from the rays of the sun.undated18P499Cured of trachoma but having shaded her eyes from the sunlight for so long a time that curvature of the spine has developedundated18P500Characteristic attitude on a sunless dayundated18P501Little trachmona patient at U.S. Public Health Service hospitalundated18P502Blind from cataracs and trachoma. He walked in this manner 50 miles to the U.S. Public Health Service hospital for treatment, but returned to his home unaccompanied.undated18P503Patient with trachomaundated18P504A trachomatous familyundated18P505First group of patients at U.S. Public Health Service hospital in Hindman, Kentuckyundated18P506Patient at U.S. Public Health Service hospital in Kentuckyundated18P507Walking across the hospital groundsundated18P508Patient with trachomaundated18P509Patient with trachomaundated18P510Patients with trachomaundated18P511Blind for years but treatment gave him some visionundated18P512Patient with trachomaundated18P513Patient with trachomaundated18P514Patients with trachomaundated18P515Patients with trachomaundated18P516Type of cabin with Kentuck mountaineersundated18P517Type of cabin with Kentucky mountaineersundated18P518View of the mountains of Kentuckyundated18P519Location of one of the U.S. Public Health Service hospitals, Hindman, Kentuckyundated18P520Jackson, Kentucky. Location of a second U.S. Public Health Service hospitalundated18P521Mountain cabinundated18P522Mountain cabinundated18P523Characteristic limestone formation, mountains of Kentuckyundated18P524Mountain cabin near creek bedundated18P525All infected with trachoma. Note absence of windows in cabinundated18P526Hyden, Kentucky. Location of the third U.S. Public Health Service hospitalundated18P527Cabin in a narrow valleyundated18P528The four black pins show the location of U.S. Public Health Sevice hospials; he white pins indicate the counties from which patients come. The area drawn from is larger than the state of Massachusettsundated18P529First temporary dispensary utilized by the U.S. Public Health Service in the mountains in Kentuckyundated18P530Side view of same buildings as in 1755, with group of patientsundated18P531A wagon load of treated patients leaving the hospital for their homes in a distant county.undated18P532Clinic day U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentuckyundated18P533On the right, Surgeon John McMullen, U.S. Public Health Service, with assistant and nursesundated18P534Gaining the confidence of an affrighted newcomerundated18P535Surgeon John McMullen examining the eyes of a new patientundated18P536Dispensary and patients at Hindman, Kentuckyundated18P537First bed patient at U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Hindman, Kentuckyundated18P538Ward of temporary hospitalundated18P539All victims of the disease (Trachoma)undated18P540A means of transportation in the mountainsundated18P541U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Jackson, Kentuckyundated18P542Waiting to hear what the doctor saysundated18P543Waiting room at the U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Jackson, Kentuckyundated18P544A summer day at Hyden Hospitalundated18P545About to begin an operation on an advanced of trachoma with Dr. John McMullen of the USPHSundated18P546Convalescent patients at the U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Jackson, Kentuckyundated18P547Nurses ready for dutyundated18P548Diagram of an eyeundated18P549Diagram of how vision worksundated18P550Diagram of the eye as a cameraundated18P551Five diagrams of different types of astigmatismundated18P552Diagram relating to the eyeundated18P553Diagram of an eyeundated18P554Diagram relating to the eyeundated18P555A table showing the total number of pupils enrolled, pupils present, pupils examined, and trachoma cases discovered in the rural schools of Jefferson County, Kentuckyundated18P556U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentuckyundated18P557First patient at U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Hyden, Kentuckyundated18P558Acute trachoma with abundant trachoma bodiesundated18P559Trachoma of long standingundated18P560Trachoma of long standing in an American Indianundated18P561Three generations at the U.S. Public Health Service hospital; Hindman, Kentuckyundated18P562Not too old to hope for reliefundated18P563An advertisement of an itinerant opticianundated18P564Complete destruction of eyes of Indian from Trachomaundated18P565Separate towels in name only; the towels overlapand infection might easily be transferred from one towel to anotherundated18P566A Pima Day School with 31 percent trachomaundated18P567Child in Pawnee Camp; The child is suffering from trachoma and has assumed a position to shield her eyes from lightundated18P568Wholesale infection with trachoma; 21 out of 31 of these girls are suffering drom the disease. Colville Mission School, Washington.undated18P569Trachoma clinic held at Oneida, Kentucky191418P570Blind from trachoma for 19 years. After six weeks' treatment in the hospital, which included double canthoplastic, double iridectomy, the patient has enough vision to attend to all of her domextic duties, including sewing and knittingundated18P571Wagon load of nurses homeward bound from a trachoma clinic in the mountains of Kentucky, Oneida County. Linda Neville pictured191418P572Typical mountain cabin. All of the family have trachomaundated18P573En route to the clinic. The only roads are the creek beds.undated18P574Hemoglobinundated18P575Inclusion bodiesundated18P576Inclusion bodies greatly magnifiedundated18P577Eye with a severe case of trachomaundated18P578Eye with acute purulent trachomaundated18P579Drawing of an eye with old trachoma with scar tissue1907 June 218P580Drawing of an eye with well developed case of trachoma with abundant trachoma bodies1907 June 2018P581Drawing of an eye with pannus1907 June 818P582Drawing of an eye with pannus1907 June 818P583Eye with pannusundated18P584Eye with staphylomaundated18P585Irremediable blindness resulting from trachomaundated18P586Patient with trachomaundated18P587Patient with trachomaundated18P588Patient with trachomaundated18P589Patient with trachomaundated18P590Eye with vernal catarrah, simulating tachomaundated18P591Eye with vernal catarrah, simulating trachomaundated18P592Trachoma hospital at Jackson, Kentuckyundated18P593Trachoma hospital at Coeburn, Virginiaundated18P594Trachoma hospital; Hindman, Kentuckyundated18P595Trachoma hospital; West Virginiaundated18P596Trachoma hospital; London, Kentuckyundated18P597On December 28, 1915, when this photograph was taken, these nine people were county charges in the Muhlenberg County poor house and cost the county $720 annually because of trachoma1915 December 2818P598This girl, 18 years of age, states that she has been unable to open her eyes on account of trachoma for about 10 years and at the time this photograph was taken, December 28, 1915, was an inmate of the poor house in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky1915 December 2818P599Trachoma case showing one eye that has been operated on and the other that has notundated18P600Map showing the prevalance of trachoma in the United Statesundated18P601Patient with trachoma showing the neglected results: blindnessundated18P602Patients with treated trachoma, showing recoveryundated18P603W.M., aged 23. Has had trachoma for 10 years, and attended school for blind 7 years. On admission to trachoma hospital, had no sight in either eye. After two months treatment, he was discharged, able to see sufficiently to read.undated18P604One of a family of three children, all of whom have trachoma, aged 3 yearsundated18P605One of the many sufferers from trachoma now partiall blind (photo of an Indian artist)undated18P606Seven people with six cases of trachoma lived in this house. It has no windows.undated18P607Both over 80 and both blind from Trachoma; Siletz, Oregon.undated18P608A wagon load of Indians blind from trachoma at Walker River Reservationundated18P609Smallpox and trachoma in same family. Four of this group just recovering from smallpox; and three have trachoma; on the Yakima Reservationundated18P610Common handbasin and roller towel of cook car in thrashing outfit. Whites and Indians worked in the crew, two Indians had trachomaundated18P611Lantern slidesSubseries J.undatedUnidentified childrenundated19P612Unidentified male sewing at a sewing machineundated19P613Unidentified female at a sewing machineundated19P614Unidentified femaleundated19P615Unidentified male suffering from trachomaundated19P616Unidentified male suffering from trachomaundated19P617Mountain Fund patientundated19P618Scope and Contentssame patient from #436-#439 (Patients- restricted photos).Mountain Fund patientundated19P619Scope and ContentsSame patient from #436-#439 (Patients- restricted photos).Unidentified female patient in a hospital bed; American Red Cross slideundated19P620American Red Cross hospital shipundated19P621Unidentified male; American Red Cross slideundated19P622American Red Cross poster; slogan reads: I summon ou to comradeship in the Red Cross -Woodrow Wilsonundated19P623Unidentified patients; American Red Cross slideundated19P624Unidentified wounded soldiers with Red Cross nurses; American Red Cross slideundated19P625Unidentified male using etching pen; American Red Cross slide (hand tinted)undated19P626Poster with a drawing of a blind man; poster reads Take Care; made b John F. Sweeney & Son Lanern Slides, NY, NYundated19P627Students in classroom; American Red Cross slide; 209 W. 48th Street NY, NY printed on edgeundated19P628Unidentified group of womenundated19P629Drawing illustrationg Improper Illumination, made by McIntosh Stereopticon Company, Chicagoundated20P630Human eye, Normal eye-ground (average tint), made by McIntosh Stereopticon Company, Chicagoundated20P631Dutch Girl, American Red Cross slide; made by Novelty Slides, Inc.undated20P632Unidentified male suffering from trachomaundated20P633Unidentified classroomundated20P634Unidentified female suffering from trachomaundated20P635Unidentified male suffering from trachomaundated20P636Unidentified groupundated20P637Unidentified group of men and women with a horse drawn wagonundated20P638Unidentified boiler roomundated20P639By Courtesy of Cosmopolian Magazine (copyright), drawing of a man, woman, and babyundated20P640Unidentified group of men, women, and childrenundated20P641Unidentified female, African-Americanundated20P642Unidentified group on a wagon being pulled hrough a creekundated20P643Consumption's Allies-- Avoid them and you are safeguarded against the disease, three drawings; made by Furnas & Maddox, 552 Fourth Ave. Louisville, KYundated20P644Linda Neville with unidentified group of childrenundated20P645Unidentified group of childrenundated20P646 Linda Neville papers