Kentucky Military Institute cadet photographs

Abstract

The Kentucky Military Institute cadet photographs (dated 1881; 0.02 cubic feet; 13 items) includes 13 carte-de-viste of various cadets who attended the Kentucky Military Institute.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Kentucky Military Institute cadet photographs
Extent
0.02 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Military history.
Military education -- United States.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged alphabetically by cadet last name.
Finding Aid Author
Robin Spratling
Preferred Citation
2015av005: [identification of item], Kentucky Military Institute cadet photographs, 1881 May 27, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The Kentucky Military Institute (KMI) was founded in 1845 by Colonel Robert Thomas Pitcairn Allen and chartered in 1847 as a military preparatory school. It operated locations in Lyndon, Kentucky, and Venice, Florida, where all the students were classified as cadets. Due to high tuition and waning interest in military schools, KMI closed in 1971 and eventually merged the Kentucky Country Day School in 1971.
Scope and Content
The Kentucky Military Institute cadet photographs (dated 1881; 0.02 cubic feet; 13 items) includes 13 carte-de-viste of various cadets who attended the Kentucky Military Institute. The images are all dated 1881 May 27.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
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.

Contents of the Collection

William A. Allen, Farmdale, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 1
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J.W. Davis, Louisville, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 2
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James P. Gay, Winchester, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 3
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Henry B. Hines (? - 1941), Frankfort, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 4
Became well known as Judge Henry. Later moveed to Bowling Green, KY. BCS Degree (Bachelor Commeical Science).
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William Dunlap Howe, Moorefield, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 5
AB Degree. Later received MD degree. Practicing physician in Moorefield until his death.
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Samuel Templeton Middleton, Louisville, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 6
Moved to Chicago, IL to become associated with Marshall Field and Co. BA degree in Commerce.
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Richard Jackson Owen, El Paso, Texas, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 7
Was called Hog Owen. Jack's parting words were When you shall smile and call for me, I will return, fair one, to thee. In 1900, Owen settled in Rellfoot, Tennessee to go into business. Received both AB and MD degrees. Was a professor of Science and Mathematics at KMI. He was a Cadet Major in 1884.
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T. H. Sehon, Louisville, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 8
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WIlliam Maddux Smith, Louisville, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 9
Moved to South Bend, IN.
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Edward Sumner. St. Louis, Missouri, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 10
Later moved to San Pedro, CA to become a dealer in shoes and harness.
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T. M. Waller, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 11
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Walter Peyton Wells, Morrilton, Arkansas, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 12
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John W. White, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, 1881 May 27

  • Box 1, item 13
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