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                 Ralph Barker, Richlawn Farm Film Collection
                     2004av038 
                 
                 Barker, Ralph Richlawn Farm Film Collection 
                 Finding aid prepared by Camille Novak, Klinton Blair, and Lewis Warden 
             
             
                 
                     
                 
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
                 
                     Special Collections 
                     Margaret I. King Building, North 
                     Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 
                     (859) 257-8611 
                     SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 
                 
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             Ralph Barker, Richlawn Farm Film Collection 
             2004av038 
             
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
             
             
                 
             
             
                 2.5 Cubic feet 
                 121 films 
             
             circa 1935-1964 
             The Ralph Barker, Richlawn Farm Film Collection, ca. 1935-1964 consists of 121 films; 47, 8mm films and 74, 16mm films. The bulk of the collection is amateur home and vacation movies in color and black and white. The amateur films document the family life of Ralph M. Barker, his friends, and family on Richlawn farm in Carrollton, Kentucky. Common scenes include: Mr. Barker and his dogs; visiting friends; scenes around the home; floods and high water; the Kentucky River and river transportation; Easter activities; Christmas scenes; farm work and activities; setting tobacco; Birthday parties; and Fourth of July celebrations. 
         
         
             Preferred Citation note 
             Ralph Barker, Richlawn Farm Film Collection, 2004av038, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 
         
         
             Conditions Governing Access note 
             Collection is open to researchers by appointment. 
         
         
             Biographical/Historical note 
             In 1879, Myron Barker, a major tobacco broker, set up residence on land that he called Richlawn Farm in Carrollton, Kentucky. He raised tobacco and operated as an independent broker until 1902 when he sold his interest to the American Tobacco Co. In the early 1900’s, after Myron’s death, the farm land was owned by Adelaide (Barker) Fisher, Myron’s daughter. She and her husband, William Fisher, built a summer home on the property. In 1918, Adelaide and William lost their house to a fire and they began a rebuilding process over the next five years. Sadly, nearly one year before the home was finished, Adelaide became ill and passed away. At that time, William Fisher sold the land along with the nearly completed home to Adelaide’s brother, Ralph M. Barker (married to Nell Long Barker), whom completed work on Highland House in 1923. Richlawn Farm was significant to citizens of Carroll County as it was a place of social events and gatherings. During holidays such as Christmas and Fourth of July, the Richlawn yard would be elaborately decorated. Ralph M. Barker owned the R.M. Tobacco Company, started the Carrollton Phone System, the Carrollton Cannery and was a prominent local businessman. In addition, he was known for his love of dogs and at one time owned 37 Great Danes. 
             Highland House was built in the eclectic style and has features of many types of architecture. According to the Carrollton Tourism Website, “The stucco façade and glazed clay tile roof are Mediterranean revival. The Palladian window and fanlight over the entryway are Federal. Groupings of 3 and 4 windows are Arts & Crafts. The multi-diamond paned windows are Tudor and the subtle use of half-hidden fluted columns in the facade echoes the Greek revival style.” Following Ralph M. Barker’s death, Highland House had a series of owners and the structure began to slowly deteriorate. In 1996, Don and Ruth Mougey of Iowa, purchased the land and began restoring Highland House. They focused on maintaining original details and now operate a bed and breakfast out of the home. In the year 2000, Highland House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Thelma Carraco, whom donated this collection, is referenced as Bai Hughes throughout the films. She married Paul Carraco, who worked for and with Ralph M. Barker, and had two sons, Malcolm and Dan Carraco. “Bai” was born in Eloise, Kentucky and described herself as a mountaineer. Paul Carraco was a University of Kentucky College of Agriculture graduate (1937), and served as president of the Carroll County Farm Bureau, the Carroll County Fair Board, and the Kentucky Ohio Valley Artificial Breeding Association. He was also a founding member of the Kentucky Polled Hereford Association, and served on the board of the First National Bank in Carrollton, Kentucky. He also owned the Sixth Street Tobacco Warehouse and the Golden Burley Tobacco Warehouse. 
         
         
             Scope and Contents note 
             The Ralph Barker, Richlawn Farm Film Collection, ca. 1935-1964 consists of 121 films; 47, 8mm films and 74, 16mm films. The bulk of the collection is amateur home and vacation movies in color and black and white; there are also two Castle Films News Parade reels. The amateur films document the family life of Ralph M. Barker, his friends, and family on Richlawn farm in Carrollton, Kentucky. Common scenes include: Mr. Barker and his dogs; visiting friends; scenes around the home; floods and high water; the Kentucky River and river transportation; Easter activities; Christmas scenes; farm work and activities; setting tobacco; Birthday parties; and Fourth of July celebrations. 
             The films also document Cincinnati Reds baseball games, Florida training sessions and other baseball games and players including: The 1939 World Series; Cincinnati Reds vs. Pittsburgh; Boston Bees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers, 1940; the Yankees and Cardinals in 1940; Cincinnati Reds’ Johnny Vander Meer, Don Lang, Whitey Moore (Lloyd Albert Moore), and others. 
             The collection includes many vacation films shot across the United States: Yellowstone Park; The Badlands; Mt. Rushmore; The Grand Canyon; Boulder Dam (Hoover Dam); San Francisco, California; New Castle, Wyoming; St. Augustine, Florida; Ely, Nevada; and others. 
         
         
             Related Archival Materials note 
             Carraco, Paul E. (1909-1988) Farm Journals, 1956-1978 1998MS007, Special Collections, University of Kentucky. 
             Interview with Paul E. Carraco, March 16th, March 25th, March 26th, and March 30th, 1987, University of Kentucky Oral History Program. 
         
         
             Conditions Governing Use note 
             Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. 
         
         
             Ameche, Don 
             Barker, Myron Irving, 1901-1965 
             Barker, Ralph M. 
             Carraco, Paul E. 
             Carraco, Thelma 
             Carraco, Thelma 
             Chandler, Albert Benjamin, Jr. 
             Cincinnati Reds (Baseball team). 
             Garrett, Ralph 
             Kentucky Derby. 
             Lancaster, Weegie 
             Lang, Donald Charles, 1915-2010 
             Moore, Lloyd Albert, 1912-1987 
             Vander Meer, Johnny, 1914-1997 
             Agriculture--Farming 
             Agriculture--Kentucky. 
             Carrollton (Ky.) 
             Dogs--Kentucky 
             Exhibition buildings--California--San Francisco 
             Floods--Kentucky.  
             Steamboats--Kentucky. 
             Tobacco farmers. 
             Tobacco industry--Kentucky. 
         
         
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Axton's farm - A. Horses. B. House, C. Barn, D. Cows, etc.; Weegie at factory, Mr. Salt at factory, C and W. train, Gold Grain and Spud. McMurtry and Bai at factory, Hauling tobacco from farm. R.M. Barker, dogs and McMurtry, Signs on side of warehouse, Lawrence, Bai and Embee. Lawrence and R.M. Barker. Men at Warehouse meeting, George Baker. Highland Avenue. Red Adams. Bai and Embee. Mary Lyter and baby. Miss Hallie Masterson, Frederika Geier, Marie Grobmyer, and Ruth Adkinson. Preacher Spicer's buggy. R.M. Barker and Spud. Jimmy Driskell, Freddy Geier, Mrs. Grobmyer and Marie Grobmyer. High Water. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     1 
                     1935 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Home and dogs, etc. Digging ditch at back of farm, Virginia Bond at factory. R.M. Barker with dogs - Embee and Spud, Virginia Bond and Bai, Men and mules at farm, Butler State Park at Carrollton, Ky. Louise Harrison and company, Lyter Donaldson at Barker's home, Frank Powers, wife and baby, cutting hay at farm, Army trucks, entrance to Barker's driveway. Farm scenes - hauling hay. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     2 
                     1935 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Cutting tobacco, Evan Hunt's house, (Little Richlawn). Highland Avenue by the bridge, Winter scenes around R.M.B.'s [Ralph M. Barker] and dogs, Myron, Dogs in snow. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     3 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, 'R. M. B's trip East - 1935 with Hallie Howard.' 
                     4 
                     1935 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Fall, 1935 and Spring, 1936. George Baker and R.M.B. at Sixth Street House. Farm scenes, working on dogs' ears, Velma Joe and Ruth Adcock, Mrs. Hughes, Frederika, Mrs. Lancaster, Mrs. Adcock, Alvin Hill, Jimmy Driskell, Cat Everett, Dana Adcock, Ruth Adcock, Bai, Mr. Barker, Lucy Schuerman, Mary Neace, Carl and Anne Womack, Bob and Lucy Schuerman, Christmas lights, School building - Carrollton, Spring - Steaming plant beds, Farm scenes, Dogs - Jim Crack. Easter Egg Hunt. Louise Adkinson, Virginia Bond, Mary Neace, Velma Jo, Weegie, Bai, Cat Everett, Ruth Adcock, Frank Manning, Marty Hill. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     5 
                     1935-1936 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, 'Winter scenes December and January - 1935 - 1936.' Tobacco Buyers; Mr. Harrison and Mr. Bethea; Carl Womack; Virgil Butler at hog barn; Rex Mischief; Boat in Kentucky River during ice; Kentucky River and Bridge; 'Peace' boat; Womack on bridge; Ice (1935); Ruth, Weegie, Mary Harp, Bai, Womack, Smithers and R.M. Barker (1936); 'Peace' boat; Lake frozen over; Winter scene at home (R.M.B's); Dogs; Frank Manning, Weegie, Mary H. Ruth and Bai at factory; Weegie, Mary H. Bai, Ruth, Frank and R.M. Barker; Sweeping snow on roof - Ed Abbitt, Arthur Salt, Jo Sampson and Evans Hunt; Ice in Ohio River at Madison; Milton Hill; John Smithers, Arthur Salt, Joe Sampson, Harley Tilley, Ed Abbitt, Floppy and Womack; Womack and Smithers. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     6 
                     1935-1936 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, 'High water Spring of 1936.' Arrowhead Inn, Fourth Street Warehouse, Bridge over Little Kentucky River. Velma Mitchell and Stanley Grobmyer, Cars coming through high water. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     7 
                     1936 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Park - Butler's home. CCC Camp at Carrollton, Ky. Weegie and other officers at camp...Jackass. Train at Walton, Kentucky. Frankfort, Kentucky. Dr. Stewart's home at Frankfort. Princess and her pups. Spud and Gold Grain. Weegie. R.M. Barker and pups. Lincoln Zephyr. Weegie, Bai and R.M. Barker. Judge Bingham and Percy Haley. Mary Harp, Ruth Adcock, Weegie, Bai and R.M. Barker at Cincinnati. Mrs. Cook and friends at Barker home. Richlawn Princess. Big Steer at Howard's home, Cynthiana, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Howard, and Hallie at their home. Emma and Arch. Ruth, Weegie, Bai and R.M. Barker. Army trucks at camp. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     8 
                     1936 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Ruth, Dana, Weegie, Marion Manning. Mildred Stewart at Barker home. Dogs - Embee. Building new warehouse - Brite-Lite. Farm - putting up hay. Adcock family. Richlawn Kennels. Fan Ratliff, Elizabeth Jones and George Matthews at Barker home. puppies. R.M. Barker asleep on Spud. Weegie and R.M. Barker. R.M. Barker and dogs. Fourth Street Warehouse fire. Kentucky Power Company men on telephone poles. Messrs. Shen, Hartnett, Robertson and Hill. Trotting horses at Lexington, Kentucky. Stallions. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     9 
                     1936 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). R.M.B. and dogs. Miss Gibbons from Cincinnati. Bai. Mr. B. in checked coat. Zoo in Cincinnati. Baseball game (Cincinnati vs. Chicago). Keeneland Race Course, Jimmy Driskell, Frederika Geier, Weegie. Football game - Lexington. Spud. Elizabeth Ratliffe and Fan Ratliffe. Mr. Barker. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     10 
                     1936 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Farm scenes, Derby crowd at night on highway, Mrs. Harmon and Mr. Barker, Building tool shed, Plant beds. Hubert Hackett plowing with tractor, Bai on tobacco setter, Mr. Barker pitching woo --- I mean hay, Bai doing the same, Mr. Barker and Beauty, Bai and Paul, and Mr. Barker. Farm hands, Beulah and Ruby Harmon. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     11 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Farm scenes, Mr. Barker and pony. Paul, Mr. Barker and pony. Bai; Bai and Weegie, Paul and Marshall Ney. Farm scenes. Ball Game. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     12 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, 'Mammoth Cave Trip.' Mammoth Cave Trip - Ruth, Dana, Weegie and Bai. Fire on the way home, Lincoln Memorial, Old Kentucky Home. Mrs. Hughes and Embee at home. Bai and Embee, Paul on Beauty, Bai on Beauty, Ball game. Bob Stigers, Virginia Banks, Mr. Barker, George Baker and Walter Vest. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     13 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, '#7 - colored film All - Star Game.' R.M. Barker's home, flowers, lawn, etc. Mrs. Hughes, Homer, Colville and children, Velma Jo, Josephine and Bai at R.M.B.'s home - Easter. Virginia Bond and Velma Jo Robertson at R.M.B.'s home. Mrs. Hughes working in tulips at her home. All Star Game 1938 Cincinnati. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     14 
                     1937-1938 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Spring and Fall, 1938. Spud, Setting tobacco, Farm scenes, Paul smoking cigarette, Adcock house, Floppy Forquer, Hallie Howard, Mary Harp. Elephants in yard, Circus - Haig and Haig. Bai selling tickets. Whitey, Dogs on farm, Trip to Owensboro, Louise Adkinson, Genner, Paul, Weegie and Bai, and Mr. Barker. Tobacco in Brite-Lite. Tobacco at Marshall and Harris Warehouse. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     15 
                     1938 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, '#2 - Calif. Trip.' Yellowstone Park. Old faithful Hotel. Old Faithful. Yellowstone Lake. Copper Mines at Bingham. Bay at San Francisco. Golden Gate Bridge. Hamilton Field. Weegie and soldier. Mr. Barker. Treasure Island - World's Fair. Flower Show. Ann, Suzanne, Noel and Myron. Mr. Barker, Suzanne and Noel. Myron and Noel. Arabian Horse Ring. Sally Smith and Elizabeth Demint. Movie Studios. Boulder Dam. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     16 
                     1938 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the reel reads, '#1 - Calif. Trip.' Weegie. Badlands of Dakotas. Weegie on Black Diamond. Mt. Rushmore. Burros. Mr. Barker. New Castle, Wyoming. Custer Burial Ground. Rifle Lodge. Mountain Stream. Weegie in snow on Rocky Mountain. Waterfall. Flowers in top of mountain. Petrified tree. Bear. Hot springs in Yellowstone. Gophers. Paint Pot. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     17 
                     1938 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Ball game - WORLD SERIES - Frank and Betty Powers, Mr. Barker, Judy Gaines, Weegie, Bai and Paul, Homer and Violet Moore at World Series. John and Lois Vander Meer, Dick and Pat Bray, Ruth and Fred Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Dunford, Mr. Barker, Bai and Paul target shooting. Mr. Barker and dogs. Nativity Scenes, Christmas, 1940. Mr. Barker and puppies - 1941. Horses, mules and scenes on farms. Mares and colts, sow and pigs, Bob Stigers and dogs. Bob and Harriett Stigers and Mrs. Brink. Dogs and Richlawn Paul. Mr. Barker and Humpy. Mare and colt. Bai and pups. Mr. Barker and dogs. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     18 
                     1940-941 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). Little Spud in station wagon. Farm scenes, cattle, horses, mules. Cattle in pond. Helen Scott in station wagon. Farm scenes. mare and colt. Cutting tobacco. Black Jack as puppy. Farm scenes. Cattle. Pigs. Spring, 1942. Black Jack and Pat. Mr. Harmon. White mare and colt. Paul on tractor. Mr. Minch and horses. Pat. Black Jack. Ohio boys. Lang, Tipton and Johnson. Bai, Josephine and Ginner weeding Bai's petunia bed. [Notes taken from leather-bound inventory.] 
                     19 
                     1941-1942 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located within the can reads, '1953 Plant Bed (illegible) - John Knox - Bill M Creary - Pat Wiley 1954 (illegible) Painting - Big Barn and Silo Hog Barn (illegible) and (illegible) (illegible) (illegible) 1955 - Blue Ridge Mts. Delta Queen Oct. Nov. - 1955 Pouring basement and foundation for new house Fall 1958 CEK (illegible) (illegible) Cutting tobacco - Delta Queen 1959 - May Setting tobacco Work on Swimming pool Daddy Pa - (illegible) around pool - John (illegible) Boats on Ohio Big Snow of March 1959 Front on Trees - Cattle in Snow - (illegible) R F Pato (illegible) 5 and 7.' 
                     20 
                     1953-1955; 1958-1959 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed) 
                     21 
                     1954 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located within the can reads, 'Malcolm Lee - Fall 1945 Mrs. Hughes, Malcolm and Honey Girl Mary Nell Meadows Jeep when new Malcolm - 1946 Dogs Malcolm (illegible) and white rabbit Jess shooting big fish Bobby, Nancy and Juanita Double film - 1947 Malcolm's birthday party and Evelyn Logan's home - Airplane Dogs Bobby Malcolm.' 
                     22 
                     1945-1947 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located within the can reads, 'Carter Mar 1948 at home an at Mr. (illegible) (illegible) - (illegible) - (illegible) Ruth (illegible) here in Apr. 1948 Flood `948 - Down to Dad's in boat by Phillips house and Dads house (illegible) - Malcolm - (illegible) (illegible) Family down at Aunt Ree's 1948 (illegible) - Helen (illegible) and family. (illegible) - (illegible) Sue and Malcolm (illegible) and Malcolm (illegible) and Honey (illegible) Margaret, Homer, (illegible), (illegible) - 1948 Mr. Barber.' 
                     23 
                     1948 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located on the can reads, '1949 - Kindergarten - (illegible) at Barkers Pool - Malcolm on old Neel Dog Kennels Nov 1945 - Bai and Malcolm Bobby in Sand Pit - Malcolm riding 1947 horse - (illegible) (illegible) - (illegible) and Carl (illegible) Niagara Falls - 1949 - Malcolm and Caroly (illegible) 1949 - fall - 1950 Easter.' 
                     24 
                     1945; 1947; 1949-1950 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located on the can reads, 'Dottie Sue and Malcolm 3 yr - 8 mos. Kindergarten and High Water 1948 1949 Fort Ticondaroga - Ship passing in Canal Niagara Falls - Portland, ME Fort Williams at Port. Lighthouse. (illegible) Turnpike - Valley Forge, Pa Gettysburg Boston - Paul Revere House - Commons - Bunker Hill - Fort by Harbor Boston Tea Party 1948 Wisconsin Dells - Travel (illegible) cabins Wisconsin Roads - Potatoes and wheat in Red River Valley - Minn. (illegible) pictures of fields in Canada.' 
                     25 
                     1948-1949 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located within the can reads, 'Malcolm on Pony Wis. Dells Minnesota wheat fields Red River Valley Potato field Canada Circle Eating Lunch from (illegible) in (illegible), Iowa Capitol Dottie Sue - Malcolm 3 yr. 8 mos. Kindergarten - Becky - McGuire (illegible)?(illegible) Mrs. (illegible) Sheela (illegible) Flood 1948 (illegible) Ray - Dottie Sue - Malcolm (illegible) Reunion at Crestwood in 1948 Malcolm - Winter Early 1949 Grannie - Dottie Sue - Grannie spot in Sept 1948 Malcolm - Dottie Sue - Pony 1948 Malcolm 4th birthday.' 
                     26 
                     1948-1949 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), note located within the box reads, '1951 - Deep Snow - Malcolm and Danny 1952 - Easter - Black and White Ann - Malcolm - Danny - Spot - (illegible) - ginny Ruth 1952 - Kids and airplane at Fathers Day at Docs and Lillians, Malcolm's 8th birthday - Malcolm - Danny - Ann riding in new pony buggy 1953 - Christmas - Doc - Lillian - Ralph - Marie - Dad - Mom - Barber house after cutting trees. 1953 - April Snow - Cattle - New barn Frame - Flowers in bloom - Danny - Malcolm and Paul - (illegible) Cole and Malcolm.' 
                     27 
                     1951-1953 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'Aunts June, Dora and Florence in Va. 1953 - July.' 
                     28 
                     1953 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, '1964 March Flood Watering (illegible) in big field.' 
                     29 
                     1964 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, '1962 Badlands S. Dakota picture of (illegible) (illegible) of Prairie Dogs - Missouri River - Mississippi River.' 
                     30 
                     1962 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'Badlands 1962 (illegible).' 
                     31 
                     1962 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'R. M. Barker Carrollton, Ky.' 
                     32 
                     1943 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'R. M. Barker Carrollton, Ky.' 
                     33 
                     1938 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'R. M. Barker Carrollton, Ky.' 
                     34 
                     1939 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'Mr. R. M. Barker Carrollton, Kentucky.' 
                     35 
                     1948 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, '41033-2 Dupe 50ft AG.' 
                     36 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'Paul E. Carraco R. #2 Worthville, Ky. #18 New House 1955 Fall Moving Play House Easter 1956.' 
                     37 
                     1955-1956 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'Christmas 1956 Easter 1957 Tobacco (illegible) Nov. 57 Christmas 1957.' 
                     38 
                     1956-1957 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'Mar. 60 - Snow (illegible) 5 and 7 Easter 1960 R. F. (illegible).' 
                     39 
                     1960 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'R. M. Barker Carrollton, Ky.' 
                     40 
                     1949 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'R. M. Barker Carrollton, Ky.' 
                     41 
                     1943 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, '16 1935 1935 Ruth and Bai at factory Mr. Harrison and Mr. Bethea Horses at farm Marie, Lynn and Bai, Hallie, Floppy and R. M. B. upside - down picture of Womack Ruth and Dana.' 
                     42 
                     1935 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, '15 1935 1935 Bridge Celebration Lynn and Marie Eula Jo and Ronny Geo. Baker, Red Adams, Weegie and Bai at Sixth St. Whse.' 
                     43 
                     1935 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed), writing on the box reads, 'R. M. Barker Carrollton, Ky.' 
                     44 
                     1947 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). 
                     45 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Unknown (needs to be viewed). 
                     46 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Item missing from collection. 
                     47 
                     undated 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Men establishing rows and setting tobacco; Men pulling tobacco plants from small plant bed; Tobacco field showing portion cut and cutters spread out in field; J.B. Robertson; Putting up hay by tractor implement and men with pitchforks; Spreading manure; Plowing with horse drawn cultivator. Man operates combine as pulled through field by tractor; Bailing hay including unloading chopping and horse drawn rolling; Spreading lime after loading it into horse drawn spreader; Filling silo; (out of picture), using conveyer belt; Digging pond using bulldozer and attached implement. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrwFvMqBljE 
                     48 
                     1939 
                 
                 
                     Existence and Location of Copies note 
                     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrwFvMqBljE 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Farm Scenes, Cattle grazing in field; Allen Harmon leaning on stick; Mr. Paul Carraco walking through the field; Ralph Garrett and two boys looking at two horses; Ball players on farm; Scenes of men riding horses; Herschberger, Mr. Barker and Spud, and Johnny Vander Meer; Ball players fishing in pond surrounded by cows; Men cutting down tree; Mr. Barker and two women jumping rope; Small boy standing; Scenes of cows and men working in fields; Mr. Barker and dogs with mule and another man on horse; Burning plant beds; Men drawing tobacco plants; Man painting fence. Setting tobacco using horse drawn tobacco setter. 
                     49 
                     1939 
                 
             
             
                 
                     General farm scenes; Bob Arthur and Clem Harmon holding a horse; Paul Carraco; Mrs. Harmon, Ruby and Allen outside on the steps; Skinny squatting; Scenes of dogs playing in the snow; Scenes of pigs in a fenced farmyard; Scenes of sheep in a fenced farmyard; Interior scenes of a