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 Guide to the University of Kentucky general photographic prints,  circa 1900 - 2005 ,  1950 - 1989 

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 Guide to the University of Kentucky general photographic prints,  circa 1900 - 2005 ,  1950 - 1989 Contact Information University Archives and Records Program University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Building Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-5257 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=298&llib_id=13 Processed by: Tracey Mania, Nikki Smith, and Jessica Sanders, and Patrick Honaker under the supervision of Access Archivist, Nancy DeMarcus Date Completed: February 2006  Encoded by: Eric Weig Copyright 2006 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. University of Kentucky general photographic prints, 
 2001UA025 University of Kentucky  99 Boxes, 19.8 cubic feet The materials are in  English. The University of Kentucky general print collection, 2001UA025, consists of photographic prints related to the University of Kentucky. The date element of this collection includes images from circa 1900 - 2005, bulk 1950 - 1989. The items which are not dated are labeled "undated". University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections circa 1900 - 2005 1950 - 1989 The collection is open to researchers by appointment. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. University of Kentucky general photographic prints, 2001ua025, Special Collections & Digital Programs, University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky in Lexington is a land grant institution founded in 1865. The University evolved through three stages before becoming the University of Kentucky in 1916: the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky University, 1865-78, a private, denominational institution in Lexington created by an act of the legislature on February 22, 1865; the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky, 1878-1908; and State University, Lexington, 1908-1916. A statute in 1916 changed the name to University of Kentucky. The general print collection includes photographs predominately transferred to university archives from the public relations department.  A minimal amount of prints were transferred from accessions.   The inclusive date extent is circa 1800 - 2002.  The subject matter includes University of Kentucky related photographs depicting campus activities whether academia, administration, sports, or organizations.  There are also exterior and interior images of university buildings with the campus in general depicted too. The University of Kentucky general print collection, 2001UA025, consists of photographic prints related to the University of Kentucky. The date element of this collection includes images from circa 1900 - 2005, bulk 1950 - 1989. The items which are not dated are labeled undated. The extent element of this collection is 99 boxes, 19.8 cubic feet, and 8080 items. The collection is divided into 35 series and 427 sub-series. The series are arranged alphabetically and the sub-series are arranged alphabetically within their respective series.  The series are: Alumni and Reunions; Alumni Association; Athletics; Awards and Scholarships; Board of Trustees; Buildings and Grounds; Business and Purchasing, Office of; Campus Activities and Events; Campus Scenes and Views; Careers; Colleges; Commencement and Classes; Community Colleges; Conferences; Development; Donovan Scholars; Faculty / Staff; Gaines Center; Glass Negative Prints; Graduate School; Information Technology Computing Center; Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute; International Students; Library; Medical Center; Military Department; Minorities, Office of; Miscellaneous; Physical Plant, Department of; Presidents; President's Family; President's Spouse; Switchboard; Transportation; University Extension; and University Press of Kentucky. The Alumni and Reunions series with a date span of 1928 - circa 1994 has no sub-series. The Alumni Association series with a date span of circa 1900 - 1995 is divided into two sub-series: General; and Service Awards. The Athletics series with a date span of circa 1893 - 2005 is divided into fourteen sub-series: Baseball; Basketball; Basketball - Women's; Cheerleading; Fencing; Field Hockey; Football; General; Golf; Soccer; Swimming; Tennis; Track; and Wildcat Mascot. The Awards and Scholarships series with a date span of 1862 - 1980 has no sub-series. The Board of Trustees series with a date span of 1952 - 1993 has no sub-series. The Buildings and Grounds series with a date span of circa 1800 - 2004 is divided into 142 sub-series: A. B. Chandler Medical Center; A. B. Chandler Medical Center - Dedication; A. B. Chandler Medical Center -Warren Wright Plaza; Administration / Main Building; Administration / Main Building - Fire; Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 1; Administration / Main Building - Fire - Rosko, Tom - Group 2; Administration / Main Building - Fire - Teper, Tom; Administration / Main Building - Interior; Administration / Main Building - Reopening; Agricultural Dairy Center; Agricultural Engineering Building; Agricultural Experiment Station; Agricultural Science Building; Agriculture Buildings; Alumni Gymnasium; Anderson (F. Paul) Hall; Barker Hall; Bookstore; Botanical Gardens; Cafeterias and Other Eating Places; Camp Robinson; Carnahan House Conference Center; Carnegie Library; Carol Martin Gatton Business and Economics Building; Center for Academic and Tutorial Services; Charles T. Wethington Health Science Building; Chemistry and Physics Building; Classrooms and Laboratories; Coal Research Laboratory; Coldstream Farm; Combs Cancer Research Building; Commonwealth Stadium - C. M. Newton Field; Community Colleges - Jefferson; Community Colleges - Lexington; Community Colleges - Northern Kentucky, Covington; Community Colleges - Owensboro; Community Colleges - Paducah; Community Colleges - Prestonsburg; Community Colleges - Southeast; Cooperative House; Cooperstown Apartments; Cooperstown Apartments - Interior; Dickey Hall; Dillard House; Doorways; Dormitories - Blanding and Kirwan Towers; Dormitories - Blazer Hall; Dormitories - Boarding Houses; Dormitories - Bowman Hall; Dormitories - Boyd Hall; Dormitories - Breckinridge Hall; Dormitories - Donovan Hall; Dormitories - Exteriors; Dormitories - General; Dormitories - Haggin Hall; Dormitories - Hamilton House; Dormitories - Holmes Hall; Dormitories - Jewell Hall; Dormitories - Keeneland Hall; Dormitories - Kinkead Hall; Dormitories - Men's Residence Halls; Dormitories - Patterson Hall; Dormitories - White Hall; Dormitories - Women's Residence Halls; Entranceways; Erikson Hall; Faculty Club - Hilary J. Boone; Fine Arts Building; Food Storage Building; Fraternity and Sorority Houses; Frazee Hall; Frazee Hall - Fire; Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building; Gaines Center for Humanities; Gillis Building; Greenhouse; Grehan Journalism Building; Guignol; Guignol - Fire; Gymnasium - Girls; Helen King Alumni House; Kastle Hall; KinderCare; Lafferty Hall; Lancaster Aquatic Center; Law Building; Little Commons; Margaret I. King Library; Margaret I. King Library - Annex; Margaret I. King Library - Annex - Dedication; Margaret I. King Library - Annex - Interior; Margaret I. King Library - Interior; Margaret I. King Library - North (presently Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library); Mathews Building; Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center; Maxwell Place; Maxwell Place - Interior; Maxwell Spring; McVey Hall; Mechanical Hall (Old F. Paul Anderson Hall); Memorial Coliseum; Memorial Coliseum - World War II Memorial; Memorial Hall; Miller Hall; Mineral Industries Building; Mining and Mineral Resource Building; Miscellaneous and Unidentified; Neville Hall; Norwood Hall; Oliver H. Raymond Building; Original Buildings - Ashland and Woodland Farms and Bacon College; Parking Lots; Patterson House; Patterson Office Tower; Pence Hall; Peterson / Service Building; Pharmacy, College of; Pictorial History Publications; Plans and Scale Models; Rupp Arena; Sanders - Brown Center on Aging; Scott Street Barracks; Seaton Center; Shawneetown Apartments; Singletary Center for the Arts; Smokestacks - Heating Plant; Social Sciences Building; Spindletop Hall; Spindletop Research Center; Stoll Field and McLean Stadium; Student Union Building (Student Center and Additions); Taylor Education Building; Thomas Poe Cooper Building (Forestry); University Press of Kentucky (Thomas D. Clark Building); Wendt Machine Shop; Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Laboratory; White Hall Classroom Building; Whitefield Stump; William T. Young Library - Exterior; and William T. Young Library - Interior. The Business and Purchasing, Office of series with a date span of 1941 - circa 1958 has no sub-series. The Campus Activities and Events series with a date span of circa 1878 - 2003 is divided into 115 sub-series: 1945 - 1964; 4-H Club; Admission of first African American; Ambassadors; Arbor Day; Big Blue Madness; British Universities Mission; Career Carnival; Centennial Year - 1965; Clark, Thomas D. - 100th Birthday Celebration; Clark, Thomas D. - 99th Birthday Celebration; Class Registration, Welcome Week, and Freshman Orientation; Cultural Diversity; Elections; Exhibits; Ezra L. Gillis - 80th Birthday and UK History Exhibits; Founders Week; General; Governor Scholars; Hanging of the Greens; High Bridge Trip; Homecoming; International Travel; Little Kentucky Derby; May Day; Memorial Service for President John F. Kennedy; Organizations - Adelphen; Organizations - Alma Magna Mater Club; Organizations - Associated Women Students; Organizations - Beta Gamma Sigma; Organizations - Block and Bridle; Organizations - Chess Club; Organizations - College Republicans; Organizations - Community Alliance for Responsible Social Action; Organizations - CWENS; Organizations - Dames Club; Organizations - Debate Team; Organizations - Focus 1969; Organizations - Fraternities; Organizations - Free University; Organizations - Freshman Club; Organizations - Future Teachers of America; Organizations - Girls State Conference; Organizations - Graduate Student Association; Organizations - Human Relations Board; Organizations - Junior Science Club; Organizations - Kentucky Babes; Organizations - Keys; Organizations - Lexington Peace Council; Organizations - Mandolin Club; Organizations - Medical Auxiliary; Organizations - Mortar Board; Organizations - New Democratic Coalition; Organizations - Newcomers Club; Organizations - Omicron Delta Kappa; Organizations - Patterson Literary Society; Organizations - Phi Beta Kappa; Organizations - Philosophian Literary Society; Organizations - Photography Club; Organizations - Pi Sigma Alpha; Organizations - Pitkin Club; Organizations - Psi Chi; Organizations - Queens; Organizations - Religious Groups; Organizations - Shakespearean Festival; Organizations - Sigma Delta Chi Professional Journalism Society; Organizations - Societas Pro Legibus; Organizations - Sororities; Organizations - Speakers; Organizations - Stars in the Night; Organizations - State University of Kentucky (SUKY); Organizations - Student Center / Activities Board; Organizations - Student Committee of Self Study; Organizations - Student Congress; Organizations - Student Government; Organizations - Student Handbook - K-Book; Organizations - Student Nurses Organization; Organizations - Students for Action and Responsibility; Organizations - Tau Sigma; Organizations - Troupers Organizations - Union Literary Society; Organizations - Utopia club; Organizations - Wheelcats (wheelchair basketball); Organizations - Young Americans for Freedom; Organizations - Young Democrats; Organizations - Young Men's Christian Association; Organizations - Young Women's Christian Association; Parents Weekend; Student Protests - 1959; Student Protests - 1968 - 1969; Student Protests - Reaction to Kent State shootings - May 5, 1970; Student Rally; Teas, Dances, and Banquets; Tug of War at Clifton Pond; Visitors - A. B. Happy Chandler, Governor; Visitors - A. O. Stanley, Governor; Visitors - Bob Hope; Visitors - Breckinridge, John; Visitors - Bryan, William Jennings; Visitors - Bush, George H.; Visitors - Eisenhower, Dwight; Visitors - Eleanor Roosevelt; Visitors - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.; Visitors - Gerald Ford; Visitors - John F. Kennedy; Visitors - Julian M. Carroll, Governor; Visitors - Lyndon B. Johnson; Visitors - Miscellaneous; Visitors - Princess Royal Anne of Great Britain; Visitors - Ralph Nader; Women's Club; and Workshops and Seminars. The Campus Scenes and Views series with a date span of circa 1857 - circa 1999 is divided into seven sub-series: Aerial; Art; Cannon; Fountains; General; Patterson Statue; and Student Orientation. The Careers series with a date span of circa 1955 - circa 1957 has one sub-series: Placement Bureau. The Colleges series with a date span of circa 1890 - 1995 is divided into 64 sub-series: Agriculture; Agriculture - Animals, Miscellaneous (Poultry, Horses, Mules, Sheep); Agriculture - Cattle; Agriculture - Extension Services; Architecture; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Donor Arthur M. Miller; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Donor William S. Webb; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Eastern Kentucky Trip to Big Sandy River - Donor Arthur M. Miller; Arts and Sciences - Anthropology and Archeology, Department of - Harper's Ferry Excursion - Donor Arthur M. Miller; Arts and Sciences - Botany - Classes and Seminars; Arts and Sciences - Chemistry, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Classical Languages - Department of; Arts and Sciences - English, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Foreign Languages, Department of; Arts and Sciences - General; Arts and Sciences - Geography, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Geology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - History, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Mathematics, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Physics and Astronomy, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Physiology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Political Sciences, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Psychology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Sociology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of; Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of - Indonesia Project (Bogor and Bandung); Arts and Sciences - Zoology, Department of - Zoological Museum; Commerce, College of (Business and Economics, College of); Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of; Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of - Kentuckian; Communication and Information Studies - Journalism and Telecommunications, School of - Kernel; Communication and Information Studies - Radio; Communication and Information Studies - Television; Dentistry; Education; Education - Adult Education; Education - Normal Department; Education University School; Engineering; Engineering - Alumni Composites; Engineering - Awards; Engineering - Classrooms and Laboratories; Engineering - Equipment; Engineering - Faculty / Staff / Student; Engineering - General Classes and Seminars; Engineering - Organizations; Engineering - Plaques; Engineering - Reunions; Fine Arts - Art, Department of; Fine Arts - Music, School of; Fine Arts - Music, School of - Band; Fine Arts - Music, School of - Choral Groups; Fine Arts - Music, School of - Orchestra; Fine Arts - Theater, School of; Graduate Studies - Fellowships; Human Environmental Sciences - Family and Consumer Sciences, Department of (formerly Home Economics); Law; Medicine; Medicine - Anatomy and Physiology, Department of; Medicine - Biology and Microbiology, Department of; Nursing; Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce; Pharmacy; and Physical Education. The Commencement and Classes series with a date span of 1892 - 1986 has one sub-series: General. The Community Colleges series with a date span of 1952 - 1995 is divided into nine sub-series: Ashland; Elizabethtown; Hazard; Henderson; Northern Kentucky - Covington; Lexington; Paducah; Prestonsburg; and Somerset. The Conferences series with a date span of 1924 - 1967 has no sub-series. The Development series with a date span of circa 1969 - circa 1989 has one sub-series: Fellows. The Donovan Scholars series with a date span of circa 1958 - 1979 has no sub-series. The Faculty / Staff series with a date span of circa 1867 - 2005 has no sub-series. The Gaines Center series with a date span of circa 1986 has no sub-series. The Glass Negative Prints series with a date span of circa 1890 - 1951 has no sub-series. The Graduate School series with a date span of circa 1955 - 1978 is divided into two sub-series: Library and Information Science, School of; and Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce. The Information Technology Computing Center series with a date span of circa 1958 has no sub-series. The Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute series with a date span of circa 1992 has no sub-series. The International Students series with a date span of circa 1958 - 1963 has no sub-series. The Library series with a date span of circa 1940 - circa 2002 is divided into eighteen sub-series: Agricultural Experiment Station; Exhibits; General; King Library Press; Library Associates Development Organization; Lucille Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center; Margaret I. King Library - Staff; Margaret I. King Library - Student Assistants; Math; Medical Center; Niles, John Jacob Papers Dedication; Peal, W. Hugh (October 1981) (from Special Collections exhibit, fall 1982 - winter 1983) and other photographs; Peal, W. Hugh Room and Collection Dedication; Special Collections; Thomas D. Clark Papers Dedication; University Archives and Records Program; William T. Young Building Campaign; and William T. Young Dedication. The Medical Center series with a date span of circa 1955 - 2000 is divided into five sub-series: Dentistry; General; Nursing; Pharmacy; and Visitors. The Military Department series with a date span of circa 1888 - 1981 is divided into six sub-series: Band; Broom Brigade; General; Military Science; Nollau Glass Negatives; and Reserve Officers Training Corps. The Minorities, Office of series with a date span of 1988 has one sub-series: General. The Miscellaneous series with a date span of circa 1912-1979 has one sub-series: General. The Non - University of Kentucky series with a date span of circa 1861 - 1993 is divided into thirteen sub-series: Appalachia; Athletics; Exhibits; General; Governors of Kentucky; Kentucky Historic Sites; Kentucky Scenes; Kentucky State Police; Lexington; Lexington Historic Sites; McDowell Family; General; and Stockyards. The Physical Plant, Department of series with a date span of 1899 - 1990 has no sub-series. The President's Family series with a date span of 1955 - circa 1987 is divided into four sub-series: Dickey, Frank; Oswald, John; Roselle, David; and Singletary, Otis. The President's Spouse series with a date span of circa 1941 - 1992 is divided into seven sub-series: Dickey, Betty; Donovan, Nell; Kirwan, Elizabeth; Oswald, Rosanel; Roselle, Louise; Singletary, Gloria; and Wethington, Judy. The Presidents series with a date span of circa 1865 - 2003 is divided into eleven sub-series: Barker, Henry Stites; Dickey, Frank; Donovan, Herman; Kirwan, Albert D.; McVey, Frank L.; Oswald, John W.; Patterson, James Kennedy; Roselle, David; Singletary, Otis; Todd, Lee T.; and Wethington, Charles. The Switchboard series with a date span of 1907 - circa 1960 has no sub-series. The Transportation series with a date span of circa 1969 - circa 1984 has one sub-series: Buses. The University Extension series with a date span of circa 1954 - circa 1987 has no sub-series. The University Press of Kentucky series with a date span of 1952 - 2002 has no sub-series. Container List Alumni and Reunions 1A 1 Class of 1908 reunion, University of Kentucky; negative from L. E. Nollau collection; names of individuals listed on photographic  sleeve, 
 1928, May 26 8 inches by 10 inches, b / w.  Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve. 1A 2 Class of 1907 reunion, 
 1932 6 inches by 9 inches, b / w. 1A 3 Robert Stilz, Lexington, President of the 1938 graduating class of the University of Kentucky, shown presenting to Marcus C. Redwine (left), Winchester, President of the University Alumni Association, a check representing 100% membership of the class in the organization.  At Stilz's left are Rankin Terry, Marion, Vice-president of the class; Mary Lou Stark, Lexington, class secretary, and Leon McCrosky, Harrodsburg, class treasurer; the location in Maxwell Place, the home of University President Frank L. McVey, where today he and his wife were hosts to several hundred graduates, faculty and friends of the University at their annual senior breakfast; taken from Lexington Herald-Leader, 
 [1938, June 02] 8 inches by 10 inches, b / w. 1A 4 University President Herman Donovan (left) standing next to a former student of the class of 1876, J. E. Taylor (right) in front of the statue of President James K. Patterson, 
 [1941] 4.5 inches by 5.5 inches, b / w. 1A 5 Bust of Neal Trimble McKee, B. M. E. 1903, D. Sc. 1946,
 [1950] 7 inches by 9.5 inches, b / w. 1A 6 A. O. Snoddy (left, class of 1913), of Cincinnati, is talking with John Sharp Chambers at the Class Reunions of 1907, 1913, and 1923, 
 1963, August 8 inches by 10 inches, b / w. 1A 7 Class members of 1926 attending the 50th Anniversary Reunion Banquet held on May 7, 1976 in the Student Center Ballroom; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 
 1976, May 07 8 inches by 10 inches, b / w.  Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve. 1A 8 Unidentified members of the College of Law class of 1969; this photo was mailed with a letter dated November 10, 1994, 
 [1994] 3.5 inches by 5 inches, b / w. 6A 2254 1901 Class Reunion- June 1904; six men and four women, 
 1904, June b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 6A 2255 During 1903 or 1904, seven women are posing for a picture, 
 undated b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 6A 2256 Print by Bob May (1965); from left to right: Claire Porter St. John, Patrick Owen Hunter, William Edwin Freeman, Edward Thomas Bowling; all B. M. E graduates, 
 [1904] b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 51 7455 Charles Swift Parrish (second from right) and four other members of the Class of 1907 are at a reunion in 1932, 
 1932 b / w, 2.75 inches by 4.5 inches. Alumni Association General 1A 9 Large group photograph of unidentified women, titled Report of the Association of Alumni, 1990, page 11; gift of T. R. Bryant, July 28, 1948; taken in front of the Gillis Building (then the Chemistry and Experiment Station Building), 
 [1900] 6 inches by 8 inches, b / w. 1A 10 Unidentified men at the Annual Dinner of the Chicago Alumni Association of Kentucky State University, taken at the Great Northern Hotel in Chicago, 
 1918, March 27 5 inches by 7 inches, b / w. 1A 11 Unidentified members of the University of Kentucky Alumni Club and class of 1942; photographer, J. Ivan Potts, Jr., 
 [1945, July 08] b / w, 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches. 1A 12 Smith Broodnet (standing, left), Mrs. Hampton Adams (center) and three unidentified men are all University of Kentucky Alumni officers; photo from Lexington Herald-Leader. Received on November 3, 1990 from Public Relations, 
 [1959, May 23] b / w, 8.5 inches by 10 inches. 1A 13 Pictured left to right, Hampton C. Adams, Lexington, E. B. Farris, Mrs. Gilbert Kingsbury, U. K. Trustee Kingsbury of Ft. Mitchell, Mrs. M. M. White; photos appears in the "Our University", (published July, 1963), 
 1963, July b / w, 6 inches by 7.5 inches. 1A 14 Philip D. Sang (left) is standing next to his son, 
 [1969] b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 15 Alumni Committee; photos appears in the 1969 Kentuckian, 
 [1969] b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 16 Candid photos taken a the Alumni Board Meeting, King Alumni House; copy 2, 
 1980, January 12 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.  Single proof sheet with several photos; Photographic Services No. 20777, Regular Series. 1A 17 Jay Brumfield (standing) is showing Bob Whitaker something at an unknown event, 
 [1990] b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. Service Awards 52 7538 The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  Marian Sims, Ralph McCracken, Jr., and Bruce K. Davis, 
 1992 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.  It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7539 The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left: Ralph McCracken, Jr., Bruce K. Davis, Marian Sims, and Terry Mobley, 
 1992 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7540 The 1995 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  Preston Art, Mike Burleson, Bernie Vonderheide, Barbara Letton, C. M. Newton, and Ed Hamilton, 
 1995 color, 5 inches by 7 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7541 The 1992 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left: Ralph McCracken, Jr., Bruce K. Davis, Marian Sims, and Terry Mobley, 
 1992 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7542 Bill Keightley, UK basketball equipment manager, is standing in front of trophies, 
 1992 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018.  This photograph was taken by Liz Howard Demoran. 52 7543 Bill Keightley, UK basketball equipment manager, is standing in front of trophies, 
 1992 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018.  This photograph was taken by Liz Howard Demoran. 52 7544 The 1994 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  Michael A. Burleson, Thomas W. Harris, and Joseph Burch, 
 1994 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7545 The 1994 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  Michael A. Burleson and Thomas W. Harris, 
 1994 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7546 The Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  T. E. "Gene" Spragens, Michael A. Burleson, William T. Uzzle, and Hank Thompson, 
 undated color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7547 The Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  Michael A. Burleson, Thomas W. Harris, and William t. Uzzle, 
 undated color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. 52 7548 The 1993 Alumni Association Service Awards.  From the left:  Marvin Akers and Richard Bean, 
 1993 color, 3.5 inches by 5 inches.  This photograph was received from the Alumni Association on April 5, 2006.   It was transferred from 2006UA018. Athletics  Baseball 1A 18 1925 University of Kentucky Baseball, 
 1925 b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches.  Visual File No. 78. 1A 19 Unidentified baseball player; photo received June 6, 1952 from the Athletic Department, 
 [1932] b / w, 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. 1A 20 Unidentified Kentucky baseball player running to third base during a game, 
 [1952] b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 21 Unidentified Kentucky baseball player batting during a game; photo appears on page 389 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 
 1969 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 22 Baseball game action, UK versus Vanderbilt, 1969; photo appears on page 122 in the 1969 Kentuckian, 
 1969 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.  Visual File No. 186. Basketball 1A 23 Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen, 
 1904 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 23a Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen (duplicate, Image 23), 
 1904 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 23b Basketball team photo, 1904; photographer, Mullen (duplicate, Image 23), 
 1904 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 24 Unidentified member of the 1908 basketball team, 
 1908 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches.  Visual File No. 40. 1A 25 Six unidentified basketball players. Lexington Herald-Leader staff photograph, 
 [1909] b / w, 5 inches by 7 inches. 1A 26 Three basketball players, left to right: Preston, Harrison, Hart; the individual photos are on pages 140-141, in the 1912 Kentuckian, 
 1912 b / w, 5.5 inches by 7 inches. 1A 27 Unidentified members of the sophomore basketball team, in front of Buell Armory; photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, 
 1912 b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches. 1A 28 Unidentified members of the junior basketball team, in front of Buell Armory; photo appears on page 161 in the 1912 Kentuckian, 
 1912 b / w, 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches. 1A 29 Members of the 1917-18 basketball team; photo appears in the 1918 Kentuckian, page 216; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 
 1918 b / w, 7.25 inches by 10 inches.  Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve. 1A 30 Members of the 1918-19 basketball team, unidentified; photo appears on page 152 in the 1919 Kentuckian, 
 1919 b / w, 7.25 inches by 9.5 inches. 1A 31 Members of the 1921 basketball team, Champions of the South, 
 1921 b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches. 1A 31a Members of the 1921 basketball team, Champions of the South (duplicate of Image 31), 
 1921 b / w, 8 inches by 10 inches. 1A 32 Members of the 1925 basketball team, unidentified, 
 1925 b / w, 9 inches by 11 inches. 1A 33 Members of the 1926-27 basketball team, unidentified, 
 [1926] b / w, 9 inches by 12 inches. 1A 34 Members of the 1929-30 basketball team; names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve, 
 [1929] b / w, 7.5 inches by 12 inches.  Names of individuals listed on photograph sleeve. 1A 35 Members of the 1929-30 Freshman basketball team, unidentified; photographer:  E. Martin Jessee, 
 [1929] b / w, 8.5 inches by 11 inches. 1A 35a Members of the 1929-30 Freshman basketball team, unidentified; photographer:  E. Martin Jessee, 
 [1929] b / w,8.5 inches by 11 inches. 1A 36 Basketball team member James Cavana. Photo appears on page 276 in the 1930 Kentuckian, 
 [1930] b / w, 7 inches by 9 inches. 1A 37 Basketball team memb