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 1998ua002 
 
 
 Guide to the Louis Edward Nollau Nitrate Photographic Print Collection,  circa 1866 - 1958  (University of Kentucky. University Libraries. Director's Office.) 
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 Guide to the Louis Edward Nollau Nitrate Photographic Print Collection,  circa 1866 - 1958 
 
 
 
 
 
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 University of Kentucky 
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 Lexington, Kentucky 
 40506-0039 
 Phone: (859) 257-8611 
 Fax: (859) 257-6311 
 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu 
 
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 Louis Edward Nollau Nitrate Photographic Print Collection, 
 
 1998ua002 
 
 Nollau, Louis Edward, 1883-1955 
 
 
 4,813 prints contained in 13 boxes; 4,813 numbered frames 
 
 The materials are in  English. 
 
 
 University of Kentucky. University Archives and Records Program 
 
 Lexington, KY  40506-0039 
 
 
 circa 1885 - 1966 
 
 
 This collection is comprised of photographic prints some of which were created and maintained in the course of university business and others were donated to the University Archives and Records Program. It is open for research in accordance with the Kentucky Open Records Act (KRS 61.870-884). 
 
 
 This collection is comprised of photographic prints created and maintained in the course of university business. 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. 
 
 
 [Identification of item], Louis Edward Nollau Nitrate Photographic Print Collection, circa 1866 - 1958, 1998ua002, University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections & Archives, University Archives and Records Program. 
 
 
 
 LOUIS EDWARD NOLLAU 
 Louis Edward Nollau was born 1883 in Quincy, Illinois. The son of Louis George and Lydia Mueller Nollau, little is known of his early life. He graduated from Manual Training High School, Louisville, in 1902, and received in 1904, a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and in 1908, a Master of Engineering from State College of Kentucky (1916, University of Kentucky). While a student, he was an Instructor, 1904 and after graduation, an Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Department, 1911 - 1913. While teaching wood shop and engineering drawing, he was promoted to Professor of Engineering Drawing and was in this position, 1914 - 1953. During his professional tenure, he was named Head of the Department, 1918 - 1939. Because of his interest in photography and the University, Nollau was the first "official" campus photographer. He photographed individuals, buildings, events and scenes on campus during 1904 - 1955. Active as a speaker for the Lexington Camera Club, he lectured on the history of photography, from the discovery of the action of light on silver compounds to this art in his era. Retired in 1953, he was placed on Special Assignment and continued teaching and photographing until his death in 1955. There are other photographers who contributed to the collection: Photographic Services and University Public Relations staff. 
 
 
 African Americans - United States 
 Agriculture - United States 
 Animal Culture - United States 
 Anthropology - United States 
 Appalachian Region - History 
 Architectural photography 
 Architecture 
 Art - United States 
 Associations, institutions, etc. - United States 
 Astronomy - United States 
 Botany - United States 
 Bridges - United States - Design and construction 
 Buildings - United States - Design and construction 
 Celebrities - United States 
 City and town life - United States 
 Coal mines and mining - United States 
 Commerce - United States 
 Decorative Arts 
 Drama - United States 
 Education - United States 
 Family Life 
 Forestry and community - United States 
 Geology - United States 
 Governors - Kentucky - History 
 Inland Water Transportation - United States 
 Historic Sites - United States 
 Human Services - United States 
 Law - United States 
 Manners and Customs - United States 
 Manufacturing industries - United States 
 Maps 
 Medicine - History 
 Military history 
 Monuments 
 Music - United States 
 Nollau, Louis Edward, 1883 - 1955 
 Painting 
 Parks - United States 
 Performing arts - United States 
 photographs, Aerial - United States 
 photographs, Agricultural - United States 
 photographs, Artistic 
 photographs of children 
 photographs of animals 
 photographs of families 
 photographs of farms 
 photographs of horses 
 photographs of livestock 
 photographs of railroads 
 photographs of sports 
 Portrait photographs 
 Political Science - United States 
 Psychology 
 Public Health - United States 
 Publishers and publishing - United States 
 Railroads - United States 
 Records - United States 
 Recreation - United States 
 Religions 
 Roads - United States - Design and construction 
 Science - United States 
 Sculpture 
 Social history 
 Speeches, addresses, etc. - United States 
 Sports - United States - Kentucky 
 Surveying - United States 
 Tobacco industry 
 Transportation - United States 
 United States - Genealogy 
 United States - History - Civil War, 1861 - 1865 
 United States - History - Spanish-American War, 1898 
 United States - History - World War, 1914 - 1918 
 United States - History - World War, 1939 - 1945 
 University of Kentucky 
 Voyages and travels 
 Waterways - United States 
 Wit and humor - United States 
 Zoology - United States 
 
 
 Nollau Nitrate Photographic Print Collection    This collection contains images primarily of University of Kentucky. The original print sizes are 5 X 7 or smaller. Professor of Engineering Drawing at the University of Kentucky for 49 years, Louis Edward Nollau was also a prolific photographer. Because of his interest in photography and the college, Nollau was the first "official" campus photographer. The date span for the majority of the Nollau photographic prints is during Frank McVey's presidency, 1917 - 1940. There are other photographers who contributed to the collection: Photographic Services and University Public Relations staff. The Nitrate Series Photographic Print Collection is divided into two series: University of Kentucky Series and Non - University of Kentucky Series. 
 Photographic prints that are not dated are noted "n.d."  Please see the Nollau F Series Collection for related prints in all series included in the Nollau Nitrate Collection. 
 
 
 Container List 
 
 
 University of Kentucky Print Series 
 
 
 The University Series is comprised of individuals, buildings, events and scenes on campus that mostly were photographed by Nollau, 1904 - 1955. 
 
 
 
 Alumni 
 
 
 Date Span:  1869 - 1943. 
 The date span of the series is 1869 - 1943, and is divided into four sub-series: Alumni Officers; Board of Trustees; Classes; Events and Reunions.   Photographic prints that are not dated are noted "n.d." 
 
 
 
 Alumni Officers 
 		 
 
 4 
 1783 
 Alumni officers: G. Davis Buckner and Raymond L. Kirk, 
 

 1 print 
 1929 
 		 
 
 11 
 4476 
 Alumni Association officials, left to right, two unidentified persons, Governor Keen Johnson (1939 - 1943), Elvis Starr, Class of 1936, and an unidentified person 
 

 1 print 
 
 
 		 
 
 11 
 4477 
 Alumni Association officials, left to right, two unidentified persons, Governor Keen Johnson (1939 - 1943), an unidentified person, and Elvis Starr, Class of 1936 
 

 1 print 
 
 
 		 
 
 11 
 4478 
 Alumni Association officials, Governor Keen Johnson (1939 - 1943) and Elvis Starr, Class of 1936 
 

 1 print 
 
 
 		 
 
 11 
 4479 
 Alumni Association officials, Governor Keen Johnson (1939 - 1943) and Elvis Starr, Class of 1936
 

 1 print 
 
 
 	 	 
 
 Board of Trustees 
 		 
 
 4 
 1656a 
 Group at Maxwell Place seated on couch from left to right, Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, 1935 - 1939, Mrs. Chandler and President Frank L. McVey, 
 

 1 print 
 December 17, 1935 
 		 
 
 4 
 1656b 
 Group at Maxwell Place seated on couch from left to right, Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, 1935 - 1939, Mrs. Chandler and President Frank L. McVey, 
 

 1 print 
 December 17, 1935 
 		 
 
 8 
 3265 
 Judge Richard C. Stoll, Board of Trustees member, for whom Stoll Field was named, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 
 Photographic services: Stoll, Richard C. 
 
 		 
 
 7 
 3132 
 Richard Stoll, left, Board of Trustees member, for whom Stoll Field was named, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 7 
 3133 
 Richard Stoll, alumnus and Board of Trustees member, for whom Stoll Field was named, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 	 	 
 
 Classes 
 		 
 
 Class of 1869 - 1894 
 			 
 
 7 
 3214 
 William B. Munson, first University of Kentucky graduate, 1869, known then as the Agriculture and Mechanical College, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 
 Photographic services: Munson 
 
 			 
 
 4 
 1782 
 A. M. Peter, class of 1880, and J. A. Yates, class of 1890, 
 

 1 print 
 1929 
 			 
 
 4 
 1778 
 State College class of 1894, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1922 - 1925 
 		         
 
 4 
 1684 
 Class of 1922 (broken into groups of 5-10), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1922 
 		         
 
 4 
 1685 
 Class of 1922 (broken into groups of 5-10), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1922 
 		         
 
 4 
 1686 
 Class of 1922 (broken into groups of 5-10), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1922 
 		         
 
 4 
 1687 
 Class of 1922 (broken into groups of 5-10), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1922 
 		         
 
 4 
 1688 
 Class of 1922 (broken into groups of 5-10), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1922 
 		         
 
 4 
 1689 
 Class of 1922 (broken into groups of 5-10), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1922 
 			 
 
 7 
 3201 
 Portrait of Carter Eugene Farrington, University of Kentucky student, 1923-1925, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 
 Photographic services: Frankel family 
 
 			                 
 
 6 
 2422 
 Class of 1925. Six unidentified men, bottom left, Ligon and second from left on bottom, Tate, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1924-25? 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1690 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1691 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1692 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1693 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1694 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1695 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1696 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1697 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		         
 
 4 
 1698 
 Class of 1926 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1926 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1927 
 		         
 
 4 
 1699 
 Class of 1927 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1927 
 		         
 
 4 
 1700 
 Class of 1927 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1927 
 		         
 
 4 
 1701 
 Class of 1927 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1927 
 		         
 
 4 
 1702 
 Class of 1927 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1927 
 		         
 
 4 
 1703 
 Class of 1927 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
  circa 1927 
 		         
 
 4 
 1704 
 Class of 1927 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, faded 
 circa 1927 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1705 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, faded 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1706 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1707a 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1707b 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1708 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1709 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1710 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1711 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1928 
 		         
 
 4 
 1712 
 Class of 1928 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1928 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1713 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, faded 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1714 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1715 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1716 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1717 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1718 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1719 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		         
 
 4 
 1720 
 Class of 1929 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1721 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, dark 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1722 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1723 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1724 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1725 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1726 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1727 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		         
 
 4 
 1728 
 Class of 1930 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1930 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1729 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1730 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1731 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1732 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1733 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1734 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1735 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1736 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1737 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1931 
 		         
 
 4 
 1738 
 Class of 1931 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1931 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1739 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1740 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1741 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1742 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1743 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1744 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1745 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		         
 
 4 
 1746 
 Class of 1932 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1932 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1747 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1748 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1749 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1750 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1751 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1752 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1753 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1754 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1754 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		         
 
 4 
 1755 
 Class of 1933 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1933 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1756 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, dark 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1757 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1759 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1760 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1761 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1762 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1763 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1764 
 Class of 1934 (broken into groups of 4-8), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1934 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1765 
 Class of 1935 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1766 
 Class of 1935 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1767 
 Class of 1935 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1767 
 Class of 1935 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1768 
 Class of 1935 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1769 
 Class of 1935 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		         
 
 4 
 1770 
 Class of 1935 (one portrait), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1935 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1936 
 		         
 
 4 
 1771 
 Class of 1936 (2 portraits), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1936 
 		         
 
 4 
 1772 
 Nollau and one student, class of 1936, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1936 
 		         
 
 4 
 1773 
 Class of 1936, one unidentified student, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1936 
 		 		 
 
 Class of 1938 
 		         
 
 4 
 1774 
 Class of 1938 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1938 
 		         
 
 4 
 1775 
 Class of 1938 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1938 
 		         
 
 4 
 1776 
 Class of 1938 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1938 
 		         
 
 4 
 1777 
 Class of 1938 (8 individual portraits per print), 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1938 
 		 	 	 
 
 Events and Reunions 
 		 
 
 4 
 1877 
 1901 Class Reunion, 
 

 1 print 
 1904 
 		 
 
 3 
 1060 
 Class reunion, 1907, home of Louis E. Hillenmeyer, Sr., 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1936 
 		 
 
 5 
 2247 
 Class reunion, 1907, home of Louis E. Hillenmeyer, Sr., 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 4 
 1682 
 Class of 1907 at reunion in front of the Administration Building, 
 

 1 print 
 1927 
 		 
 
 5 
 2249 
 Class of 1907 at reunion in front of the Administration Building, 
 

 1 print 
 1927 
 		 
 
 4 
 1683 
 Reunion of the 1908 Class in front of the Carnegie Library, 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 May 26, 1928 
 			 
 
 4 
 1794 
 Class reunion, 
 

 1 print 
 May 31, 1933  
 
 Left to right: Bonaparte Hays was in the State College undergraduate class, 1874, received law degree, 1879, later became Kentucky Attorney General, and was a gubernatorial candidate and unidentified person. 
 
 		 
 
 3 
 1484 
 Women at Alumni tea, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 4 
 1784a 
 Alumni tea, large group photograph, 
 

 1 print 
 1929 
 		 
 
 4 
 1784b 
 Alumni tea, large group photograph, 
 

 1 print 
 1929 
 		 
 
 4 
 1789a 
 Alumni tea, large group photograph, 
 

 1 print 
 May 31, 1934 
 		 
 
 4 
 1789b 
 Alumni tea, large group photograph, 
 

 1 print 
 May 31, 1934 
 	 
 
 
 
 Buildings and Grounds 
 
 
 Date Span: 1866 - 1949. 
 The date span of the series is 1866 - 1949, and is divided into thirty sub-series:  Administration; Agriculture; Alumni Gymnasium; Art Center; Barker Hall / Buell Armory; Campus Scenes and Views; Carnegie Library; Central Heating Plants; Construction of Buildings; Dormitories; Engineering; Fraternity and Sorority Houses; Funkhouser; Gillis; Kastle; Lafferty; Margaret I. King Library; Maxwell Place and President's House; McVey Hall; Memorial Hall; Memorial Railroad; Miller Hall; Neville Hall; Observatory; Original Building Sites - Ashland Estate and Woodland Farm (1866); Patterson Statue; Pence Hall; Seals and Plaques; Student Union / Center and Taylor Hall (named in 1949). 
 
 
 
 Administration Building 
 		 
 
 11 
 4650 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 11 
 4664 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 11 
 4665 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1069 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1070 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1072 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1073 
 Administration building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 4 
 1585 
 Administration building and smokestack, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1103 
 Dining Room in basement of Administration Building built during the 1919 renovation 
 

 1 print 
 
 
 	 	 
 
 Agriculture 
 		 
 
 Agricultural Engineering  
 			 
 
 3 
 1078 
 Agricultural Engineering building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1079 
 Agricultural Engineering building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1080 
 Agricultural Engineering building under construction, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1081 
 Agricultural Engineering building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 		 
 
 Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall 
 			 
 
 3 
 1082 
 Agricultural Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1083 
 Agricultural Experiment Station / Scovell Hall in the winter, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1220 
 Agricultural Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1221 
 Agricultural Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 
 

 3 prints 
 1920 
 			 
 
 3 
 1222 
 Agricultural Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 11 
 4682 
 Agricultural Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 11 
 4687 
 Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 
 F-Series location [Box 5c, Folder 372, Item 1] 
 
 		 		 
 
 Dairy Products / Cooper Forestry 
 			 
 
 3 
 1125 
 Dairy Products building, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 			 
 
 3 
 1126 
 Dairy Products building, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 			 
 
 3 
 1127 
 Dairy Products building, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1929 
 			 
 
 11 
 4647 
 Thomas Poe Cooper, Forestry building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 11 
 4671 
 Thomas Poe Cooper Forestry building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 		 
 
 Mathews 
 			 
 
 4 
 1579 
 Mathews Building, 
 

 1 print 
 1926 
 			 
 
 3 
 1076 
 Agriculture building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1077 
 Agriculture building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1075 
 Agriculture building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 11 
 4673 
 Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building and Memorial Hall, circa 1929, same year Memorial Hall built,  

 1 print 
 
 
 F-Series location [Box 5c, Folder 372, Item 9]. 
 
 			 
 
 11 
 4676 
 Old Agriculture Building, now Mathews Building, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 	 	 
 
 Alumni Gymnasium 
 				 
 
 11 
 4661 
 Alumni Gymnasium, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1084a 
 Alumni Gymnasium interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1084b 
 Alumni Gymnasium interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1084c 
 Alumni Gymnasium interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1085a 
 Alumni Gymnasium interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1085b 
 Alumni Gymnasium interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1087 
 Alumni Gym during the flood of 1928, 
 

 1 print 
 July 13, 1928 
 		 
 
 3 
 1088 
 Alumni Gymnasium exterior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 4 
 1571 
 Alumni Gym, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 8 
 3403 
 Alumni Gym decorated for an event, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1433 
 Alumni Gym decorated for an event, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1149 
 Gym decorated for a dance, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 	 	 
 
 Art Center 
 		 
 
 3 
 1089 
 Art Center exterior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1090 
 Art Center exterior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1091 
 Art Center exterior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1092a 
 Art Center interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1092b 
 Art Center interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1092c 
 Art Center interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1092d 
 Art Center interior, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1226 
 Art Center courtyard, Euclid Avenue, old Guignol theater, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 4 
 1604 
 Art Center courtyard, Euclid Avenue, old Guignol theater, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 	 	 
 
 Barker Hall / Buell Armory 
 		 
 
 3 
 1093 
 Barker Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1094 
 Barker Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1095 
 Barker Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1096 
 Barker Hall, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 
 
 3 
 1097 
 Barker Hall with canon, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 	 	 
 
 Campus Scenes and Views 
 
   Date Span: n.d. 
 The date span of the sub - series is not known.  The sub - series consists of  miscellaneous country scenes and other unidentified prints. 
 
 
 
 Aerial Views 
 	        	 
 
 5 
 2305 
 Skyline landscape, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
         		         
 
 3 
 1499a 
 Aerial view of campus, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1499b 
 Aerial view of campus, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1500a 
 Aerial view of campus and surrounding countryside, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1500b 
 Aerial view of campus and surrounding countryside, 
 

 1 print, faded 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1501 
 Aerial view of campus, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1503 
 Aerial view of campus, 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1504a 
 Aerial view of campus, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1504b 
 Aerial view of campus, Mechanical Engineering building (Mechanical Hall, the original Anderson Hall), 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1505 
 First location of Patterson statue with Carnegie Library (this building was razed in 1967 to build White Hall Class room Building) in the left foreground and Miller Hall in the right, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1934 
 		         
 
 4 
 1590 
 Aerial view of campus, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 4 
 1827 
 Rooftop view of a grounds, two women and a dog, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 991 
 View of grounds, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 		 
 
 Botanical Garden 
 		         
 
 3 
 1507 
 Botanical Garden, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1508 
 Botanical Garden, Barker Hall / Buell Armory in background, 
 

 2 prints 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1509 
 Woman at entrance to the Botanical Garden, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 4 
 1576 
 Woman standing at steps in the Botanical Garden, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 11 
 4683 
 University of Kentucky Botanical Garden, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 
 F-Series location [Box 6, Folder 179, Item 4]. 
 
 		         
 
 10 
 4419 
 Water lily pond, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		 		 
 
 Dahlia Garden 
 			 
 
 3 
 1517 
 Dahlia garden ironworks gate, "Derrill W. Hart", 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1536 
 Terrill Hart (?) and Professor James Thomas Cotton Noe at the entrance to the Terrill Hart Dahlia Garden, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1925 - 1935 
 		         
 
 3 
 1537a 
 Professor James Thomas Cotton Noe, Terrill Hart? and Dean F. Paul Anderson at entrance to Dahlia garden, 
 

 1 print 
 circa 1925-1935 
 		         
 
 3 
 1537b 
 Professor James Thomas Cotton Noe, Terrill Hart? and Dean F. Paul Anderson at entrance to Dahlia garden, 
 

 1 print, damaged 
 circa 1925-1935 
 		         
 
 3 
 1551 
 Dahlia garden, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 		         
 
 3 
 1552 
 Dahlia garden, 
 

 1 print 
 n.d. 
 			 
 
 3 
 1532 
 Dahlia garden, 
 

 1 print 
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