Louis Edward Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection (University of Kentucky)

Abstract

The Louis Edward Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection (dated circa 1885 - 1966; 0.1 cubic feet) contains images primarily of University of Kentucky.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Louis Edward Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection (University of Kentucky)
Date
circa 1885-1966 (inclusive)
Extent
0.1 Cubic Feet
Subjects
African Americans -- United States
Agriculture -- United States.
Agriculture -- United States -- Photographs.
Animal Culture -- United States
Animals -- Photographs.
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
Children -- Photographs.
City and town life -- United States
Coal mines and mining -- United States.
Commerce -- United States
Decorative Arts
Drama -- United States
Education -- United States.
Families.
Families -- Photographs.
Farms -- Photographs.
Forestry and community -- United States
Geology -- United States.
Governors -- Kentucky -- History.
Historic sites -- United States.
Horses -- Photographs.
Human services -- United States
Inland Water Transportation -- United States
Law -- United States
Livestock -- Photographs.
Manufacturing industries -- United States
Maps
Medicine -- History
Monuments
Music -- United States.
Painting
Parks -- United States.
Performing arts -- United States
Photographs, Aerial -- United States
Photographs, Artistic
Political science -- United States
Portrait photographs
Psychology
Public health -- United States.
Publishers and publishing -- United States.
Railroads -- Photographs.
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., American -- United States.
Sports -- Kentucky.
Sports -- Photographs.
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
United States -- Social life and customs.
Voyages and travels
Waterways -- United States
Wit and humor -- United States
Zoology -- United States
Bert T. Combs Appalachian Collection
Finding Aid Author
Archives student assistants, Nancy DeMarcus; encoded by Eric Weig
Preferred Citation
1998ua001: [Identification of item], Louis Edward Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection, circa 1885 - 1966, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
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: "Kentuckian" (University yearbook) staff, University Public Relations staff, Leon Frankel, James Wells, John Wyatt and unknown individuals.
Scope and Content
Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection
The Louis Edward Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection (dated circa 1885 - 1966; 0.1 cubic feet) 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: "Kentuckian" (University yearbook) staff, University Public Relations staff, Leon Frankel, James Wells, John Wyatt and unknown individuals. The date spans for these photographers work are generally 1885 - 1903 and 1941 - 1966. The F Series Photographic Print Collection is divided into two series: University of Kentucky Series and Non - University of Kentucky Series.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
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).
Use Restrictions
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.

Contents of the Collection

University of Kentucky Print

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The University Series is comprised of individuals, buildings, events and scenes on campus that mostly were photographed by Nollau, 1904 - 1955. The following sub - series are included in the University Series of the collection: Alumni, Art, Board of Trustees, Buildings and Grounds, Campus Activities and Events, Campus Scenes and Views, Colleges, Commencements and Classes, Faculty / Staff, Individuals and Groups, Military, Presidents, Public Relations, Radio, Registrar, Seals and Plaques and Sports. Within the sub - series, there are some areas, types of prints and date spans that are more inclusive.

Alumni

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The Alumni sub - series contains portrait prints of alumni as well as alumni at Maxwell Place alumni tea.

Mrs. C.H. Kay, "Gunn, Belle Clement" first woman graduate, 1888, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 14, folder 368
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1874 class reunion, Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, left, print dated 1933

  • Box 5, folder 96
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1874 class reunion, Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, left, print dated 1933

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Alumni reunion, Maxwell Place tea

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1904 class reunion

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1904 class reunion

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1904 class reunion

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1904 class reunion

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Alumni

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Alumni

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Alumni

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Alumni

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Alumni

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Alumni

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Alumni

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Alumni

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1910 class reunion

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1910 class reunion

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Alumni

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1945 class reunion

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni, class reunion of 1904 in 1954

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Alumni

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1907 class reunion, home of Louis E. Hillenmeyer, Sr., print dated 1932

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1901 class reunion, "Around the Class Tree", print dated June 1904, Photographer, Unknown

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Graduation,1917, left to right: Frances Jewell, Instructor of English, 1917 and Dean of Women, 1921, Dr. Ben Wheeler, Mrs. Matt Walton, Matt Walton

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Outdoor graduation ceremony, 1925

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Ben H. Scott, College of Law, 1918 signed to Judge Chalkley, Photographer, Lyman Chalkley

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Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, 1874 alumni, June 1, 1933

  • Box 14, folder 368
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Nitrate negative 1057: Hays was in the State College undergraduate class, 1874, received law degree, 1879, later became Kentucky Attorney General, and was a gubernatorial candidate

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Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, 1874 alumni, June 1, 1933

  • Box 14, folder 368
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Nitrate negative 1058: Hays was in the State College undergraduate class, 1874, received law degree, 1879, later became Kentucky Attorney General, and was a gubernatorial candidate

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Dean F. Paul Anderson, Engineering, right with Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, 1874 alumni, June 1, 1933

  • Box 14, folder 368
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From nitrate negative 1059: Hays was in the State College undergraduate class, 1874, received law degree, 1879, later became Kentucky Attorney General, and was a gubernatorial candidate

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Alumni, two men and a woman

  • Box 5, folder 94
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One photograph for this section

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Alumni, three men and a woman

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Alumni commencement procession

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Alumni commencement procession

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Alumni gathering

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Alumni gathering

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Alumni, four men, one woman, presentation of a check

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Alumni, four men, one woman, presentation of a check

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Armstrong, Mary

  • Box 14, folder 368
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"From folder 262: Some notes hand-written on back of print, Delta Delta Delta"

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Tea at Maxwell place, Alumni N. J. Waller, 1880 and L. N. Weller, 1911, featured in the Kentucky Alumnus, June, 1930

  • Box 7, folder 232
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Alumni, father and son, June 4, 1936

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Lucy Davis

  • Box 14, folder 368
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Kappa Kappa Gamma

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Evelyn Ford

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Alpha Gamma Delta

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J. Winston Coleman, 1948

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Clarence Scott Graves, 3/31/1934

  • Box 14, folder 368
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class of 1884?

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John E. Brown, Alumni President, 1903, circa 1903?

  • Box 14, folder 368
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From nitrate negative 1054: Note hand-written on front of print from original negative

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Martha Reed, Photographer, Deacon Studio, Lexington, Kentucky

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Martha Reed, Photographer, Deacon Studio, Lexington, Kentucky

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Martha Reed, Photographer, Deacon Studio, Lexington, Kentucky

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W. B. Munson, first graduate, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, 1869, hometown Denison, Texas

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Dr. Forrest C. Pogue, Masters degree, 1932 see article in Kentucky Alumnus 25:3 page 18, author "The Supreme Command" August 1954

  • Box 14, folder 368
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Mary Louise Robinson, Kappa Kappa Gamma soritory, Photographer, Deacon Studio, Lexington, Kentucky

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Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, law class, 1879

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Napoleon Bonaparte Hays, law class, 1879

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David S. Roberts, Bachelor of Science degree, Physical Education

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Samuel M. Cassidy, Engineering, featured in Kentucky Engineer, 1949, page 29

  • Box 14, folder 368
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From folder 94: Some notes hand-written on back of print

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Unidentified woman: fall of 1921, quote on print back, "the oldest student enrolled"

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Art

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The Art sub - series represents art on campus including that produced by faculty or students.

Unidentified woman

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Nannette Brown Price, 1797-1878 (married to Thomas Smith), oil on canvas painting by Jouett circa 1826

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Unidentified woman

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Unidentified woman

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Unidentified portrait

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Unidentified portrait in cap and gown

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Unidentified drawing

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Unidentified drawing

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Unidentified drawing

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House

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House

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House

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House

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House

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House

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Silver tea caddy and pot

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Silver tea caddy and pot

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Silver bowl and pitcher

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Silver bowl and pitcher

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Silverware

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Man

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Man

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Infant

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Woman

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Woman

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Woman

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Woman

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Woman

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Exhibit

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Exhibit

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Exhibit

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Table with flowers, fruit, and a book

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Table with flowers, fruit, and a book

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Table with flowers, fruit, and a book

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Table setting, appears to be same two handled pot used by artist Joy Pride in the nitrate print collection

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Table setting, appears to be same two handled pot used by artist Joy Pride in the nitrate print collection

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Table setting, appears to be same two handled pot used by artist Joy Pride in the nitrate print collection

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Loaf of bread, cheese, and wine

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Loaf of bread, cheese, and wine

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Nude women dressing

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Nude women dressing

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Nude women talking

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Nude women resting, artist Joy Pride, art instructor, 1930-31

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Mexican man with flowers, Christine Brown, artist

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Woman

  • Box 15, folder 368
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Horses and a rider

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Students in art class

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persons in photograph are numbered

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Sculpturing class

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Woman artist painting, possibly Joy Pride, circa 1930

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Students in art class, 1923

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Four drawings

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Drawings of men dining

  • Box 13, folder 361
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Lee, Robert E., Civil War Confederate General, framed portrait located in Special Collections and Digital Programs Portrait Collection, Margaret I. King Library

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Unidentified

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Unidentified

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Unidentified

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Board of Trustees

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The Board of Trustees sub - series date spans 1895 - 1941 and includes portrait prints of Board members: faculty, alumni or Governors of Kentucky.

Beckham, John C. W., Governor of Kentucky, 1900-1907

  • Box 14, folder 368
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Notes on print back, "Board of Trustees"

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Bradley, William O'Connell, Governor of Kentucky, 1895-1899

  • Box 14, folder 368
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Nitrate print number 3828, notes on print back, "photograph of a wood engraving in a magazine or book"

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Carpenter, Senator Tibbis, Board of Trustees, 1903 - 1918

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Clay, Jr., Cassius Marcellus, Board of Trustees, 1902 - 1913

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Lyle, Joel Irvine, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, 1896, Board of Trustees member, 1914 - 1924, Honorary law degree, 1932

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McChord, Judge John, Board of Trustees, 1901 - 1908

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Melcher, Columbus R., Dean of Men, 1914-33, Professor of German and French, 1907-1933, Board of Trustees

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birth 1863, death 1947

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Peak, David Howard, Business agent, Comptroller and Secretary of the Board of Trustees, 1916-1941, page 16, 1941 "Kentuckian",

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birth 1871, death 1951

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Peak, David Howard, Business agent, Comptroller and Secretary of the Board of Trustees, 1916-1941, page 16, 1941 "Kentuckian",

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birth 1871, death 1951

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Stanley, Augustus O., Governor of Kentucky, 1915-1919

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Stanley, Augustus O., Governor of Kentucky, 1915-1919

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Terrell, Claude B., Board of Trustees, 1906-1918

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Terrell, Claude B., Board of Trustees, 1906-1918

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Wathen, Richard N., Lebanon, Kentucky, Board of Trustees, 1908 - 1912, See mechanical engineering and electrical engineering record, volume 1, number 7, April 1900, page 56, Board of Trustees

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Wathen, Richard N., Lebanon, Kentucky, Board of Trustees, 1908 - 1912, See mechanical engineering and electrical engineering record, volume 1, number 7, April 1900, page 56, Board of Trustees

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Buildings and Grounds

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The Buildings and Grounds sub - series illustrates five predominant campus sectors, Agriculture, Athletics, Engineering, Libraries and Presidential and Student Housing and Life. In the founding of the University, Agriculture and Engineering were the main departments and thus have had many buildings during the University's history. Therefore these buildings dominate the structures devoted to academics. Most of the Agricultural buildings except Scovell Hall have been destroyed and been replaced by modern structures. Engineering buildings featured: "Old" Anderson Hall, Dicker, Norwood, Johnston Solar Laboratory, Mechanical Hall and Wendt Shop have been destroyed and replaced by modern facilities. Athletics and the cadet training facilitated the need for a gymnasium and thus Barker Hall / Buell Armory (1902) provided the space for the "gymnasium" until Alumni Gymnasium (1924) and then Memorial Coliseum (1950) were constructed. Athletics also includes the McLean Stadium (1924) expanded (1948) and Stoll Football Field (1916 - 1972). The need for a central campus library was realized when President Patterson and Andrew Carnegie collaborated to build the Carnegie Library (1909). Because of the University's growth, Margaret I. King Library was constructed in 1931 and later named for the first University librarian. There are also images of the King Annex added to M. I. King Library in 1963. University Presidential homes are exhibited: Patterson House (1883) which later became the Faculty Club and was destroyed in 1967 to make room for the Patterson Office Tower. Maxwell Place was purchased in 1917 and presently is the President's home. In the Maxwell Place section, campus speakers and dignitaries visit the President's home including Eleanor Roosevelt, Princess Knopotkin, Sir Leslie MacKenzie and Lady MacKenzie and various in and out of state University Presidents. Alumni / student, faculty, Board of Trustees and McVey family luncheons and teas are included in this file.

Student Housing is represented by the first Men's dormitory, White Hall (1882) to Bowman Hall (1949). Women's dormitories begin with Patterson Hall (1904) and end with Holmes Hall (1958) with the emphasis on the older residence halls. Cooperstown was built in 1947 to accomodate the veteran's return to the University and the need for married student quarters. The Student Union / Center was constructed in 1937 to provide the student population with activities and modern eating facilities. Fraternities is a section for only men students as the sorority houses were not included in the Buildings and Grounds sub - series of this collection. Fraternity and Sorority life can be viewed in the Campus Activities and Events sub - series. Another point of interest is the fact that the Barracks refer to the buildings constructed during World I to house soldiers who trained on the University's campus. These structures were destroyed by fire or the wrecking ball as recently as circa 1994 and no longer exist on campus. The Agricultural Buildings (except for Scovell Hall), Anderson Hall, Carnegie Library, Commandant's House, Dicker Hall, Engineering Quadrangle, Heating Plant / Smokestack, Mechanical Hall, Neville Hall, Observatory, Original buildings (located on the Ashland Estate and Woodland Farm), President Patterson's House, Wendt Shop and White Hall are also among the buildings destroyed to make room for other buildings. All other buildings besides the previously mentioned demolished structures remain on the University's campus. To Note: Administration Building fire, May 15, 2001 gutted this 1882 building which housed the primary offices of the central administration of the University, suffered extensive damage to both its structure and contents. Completion of this renovation / building project is scheduled for 2003. The Administration Building is prevalent not only in this series but also in Campus Scenes and Views as well as scattered throughout the collection.

Administration Building

Administration Building

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Administration Building

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Administration Building

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Note: needs preservation

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Administration Building

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Note: needs preservation

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Administration Building, Photographer, Lafayette Studios

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Administration Building, November 1943

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Administration Building

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Administration Building

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Administration Building

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Note: all 4 corners are torn

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Administration Building

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Administration Building

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Administration Building, north entrance

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Administration Building

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Administration Building and Central Heating Plant, page 20, 1932 "Kentuckian"

  • Box 5a, folder 97
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Note: needs preservation

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Administration Building, Photographer, Lafayette Studios

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, print dated 1908

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, print dated 1908

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, print dated 1908

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, print dated 1908

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, print dated 1908

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Administration Building

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Administration Building

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Administration Building, interior 1. President James K. Patterson speaking in Administration Building chapel 2. C. J. Norwood 3. McGregor? 4. Knox Jamison 5. ? 6. Joseph William Pryor 7. Alfred M. Miller 8. John J. Hooper 9. Alfred Zembrod 10. J. T. Cotton Noe 11. ? 12. Alexander Mackenzie 13. William Webb 14 - 16 ?

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Administration Building, interior, President James K. Patterson, sitting at his desk in the Administration Building President's office, This framed print enlargement is hanging in room 204, Margaret I. King Library. (University Archives and Records Program)

  • Box 5a, folder 97
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Location: A negative of this print has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the Copy negative file

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Administration Building

  • Box 8, folder 270
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Administration Building, circa 1941 - 1956

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Administration Building, circa 1941 - 1956

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, unknown event

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Administration Building, third cupola, 1903 - 1919, unknown event

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Administration Building, cadet formation in snow, circa 1940

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Administration Building, cadet formation in snow, circa 1940

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Agriculture Buildings

Agriculture Buildings

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Agriculture Buildings

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Agriculture Buildings

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Agriculture Buildings

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Agriculture Buildings

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Agriculture Buildings

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building and Memorial Hall, circa 1929, year Memorial Hall built

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Note: needs preservation

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Note: needs preservation

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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Agriculture Buildings / Mathews Building, circa 1926

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original in oversize box

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Agriculture Building / Mathews Building, 1913

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original in oversize box

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Agriculture Building / Mathews Building, circa 1926

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Agriculture Building / Mathews Building, circa 1926, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Small Animal Building

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Insectary and conservatory

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Agriculture, old buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 99
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Note: needs preservation

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Department of Horticulture

  • Box 5a, folder 99
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Experimental Tobacco Curing House, April 20, 1907

  • Box 5a, folder 99
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Old Dairy Barn

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Old Dairy Barn

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Old Dairy Barn

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Note: needs preservation

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Old Dairy Barn

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Old Dairy Barn

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Dairy Products Building, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 117
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Dairy Products Building, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 117
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Agriculture Buildings / Dairy Products Building, 1930

  • Box 5c, folder 372
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Agriculture Experiment Station

Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall - 1909

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, first wing built, 1904

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, second addition

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, first addition

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, second addition, July 17, 1937

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, post card, quote, "Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, post card

  • Box 5a, folder 100
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 8, folder 270
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Agriculture Experiment Station / Scovell Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 372
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Alumni Gymnasium

Alumni Gymnasium, exterior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, exterior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, interior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, interior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, interior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, interior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, exterior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium, exterior view, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5a, folder 102
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Alumni Gymnasium / Men's Gymnasium, Euclid Avenue

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Anderson Hall

Archways

Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 103
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Exterior

Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Construction - Engineering Quadrangle

  • Box 5b, folder 158
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior, inside quadrangle

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Anderson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Interior

Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 4, folder 70
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Anderson Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Library

Engineering Library

  • Box 5a, folder 107
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Engineering Library

  • Box 5a, folder 107
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Engineering Library

  • Box 5a, folder 107
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Engineering Library

  • Box 5a, folder 107
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Art Center

Exterior

Art Center

  • Box 5a, folder 108
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Art Center

  • Box 5a, folder 108
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Art Center

  • Box 5c, folder 375
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Interior

Art Center, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 108
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Art Center, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 108
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Art Center, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 108
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Art Center, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 108
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Artist's Drawings

Kastle Hall, 1907

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Biological Sciences Building / Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Service Building / Peterson Building

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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McLean Stadium / Stoll Field

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Mining Engineering, 1909

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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McVey Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Memorial Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Old Mechanical Hall, State College, building donated by W. N. Yost, the inventor, located on Ashland Farm, formerly Henry Clay's Estate, Lexington, Kentucky, 1868 and Horticultural Department Building, located on Woodlands Farm, Lexington, Kentucky, 1866, purchases of Kentucky University, forerunner of University of Kentucky, 1866

  • Box 5a, folder 98
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Horticultural Department Building, located on Woodlands Farm, Lexington, Kentucky, 1866, purchased by Kentucky University, forerunner of University of Kentucky, 1866

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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Barker Hall / Buell Armory

Old gymnasium in Barker Hall, circa 1901

  • Box 5a, folder 109
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Alumni Gymnasium in Barker Hall / Buell Armory, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Alumni Gymnasium in Barker Hall / Buell Armory, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Barker Hall / Buell Armory, circa 1909

  • Box 5a, folder 109
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Barker Hall / Buell Armory

  • Box 5a, folder 109
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Buell Armory, rear side view attached to Barker Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 109
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Alumni Hall / Barker Hall, built 1902

  • Box 5a, folder 109
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Barker Hall / Buell Armory

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Old Alumni Hall / Barker Hall / Buell Armory, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Old Alumni Hall / Barker Hall / Buell Armory, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Barker Hall in Snow, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Barracks

Barracks

  • Box 5c, folder 377
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Dignitaries with troops

  • Box 5c, folder 377
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Soldiers, communication class

  • Box 5c, folder 377
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Barracks

  • Box 5c, folder 377
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Soldiers, truck maintenance

  • Box 5c, folder 377
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Cafeterias

African-American chef in cafeteria kitchen

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Dining Room in basement of Administration Building built during the 1919 renovation

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Cafeteria

  • Box 5a, folder 113
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Campus Models

Campus Model

  • Box 5b, folder 156
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Campus Model

  • Box 5b, folder 156
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Campus Model, architects and engineers view

  • Box 5b, folder 156
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Campus Model, architects and engineers view

  • Box 5b, folder 156
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Carnegie Library

Carnegie Library, dedicated 1909,

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library, interior, fireplace

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library, 1910-1925

  • Box 5a, folder 136
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Carnegie Library, interior

  • Box 6, folder 194
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Carnegie Library

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Carnegie Library, Kentucky State University campus, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Central Heating Plant

Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Construction - Heating Plant

  • Box 5b, folder 160
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

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Central Heating Plant

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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Central Heating Plant

  • Box 5a, folder 114
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Classrooms

Classroom, interior

  • Box 6, folder 194
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Classroom, interior

  • Box 6, folder 194
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Classroom Building at Woodland Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky

  • Box 5b, folder 154
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Unidentified classroom and unidentified students, circa 1940

  • Box 7, folder 239
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Cooperstown

Cooperstown, a couple looking at a paper

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Cooperstown, couple with an infant

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Cooperstown, couple in kitchen area

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Coopertown, couple reading with children

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Cooperstown, couple cooking in kitchen area

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Cooperstown, couple, woman and an infant at a table

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Cooperstown, couple sitting on a bed

  • Box 5, folder 166
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Dormitories - Men's Residence Halls

Bowman Hall

Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, interior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Bowman Hall, exterior, 1949

  • Box 5a, folder 110
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Boyd Hall

Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5a, folder 111
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Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5a, folder 111
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Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5a, folder 111
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Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5a, folder 111
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Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5a, folder 111
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Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5a, folder 111
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Boyd Hall, 1925

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Bradley Hall

Bradley Hall, 1921

  • Box 5a, folder 112
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Bradley Hall, 1921

  • Box 5a, folder 112
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General

Men's Dormitories, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, archway entrance

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, Bradley, 1921, Kinkead, 1930, Breckinridge, 1930

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, Bradley, 1921, Kinkead, 1930, Breckinridge, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, Bradley, 1921, Kinkead, 1930, Breckinridge, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, Bradley, 1921, Kinkead, 1930, Breckinridge, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, Bradley, 1921, Kinkead, 1930, Breckinridge, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 121
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Men's Dormitories Quadrangle, Bradley, 1921, Kinkead, 1930, Breckinridge, 1930

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Kinkead Hall

Construction - Excavating foundation, Kinkead Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 161
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Kinkead Hall, Men's Dormitory, 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 134
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Kinkead Hall, Men's Dormitory (duplicate), 1930

  • Box 5a, folder 134
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White Hall

White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5b, folder 153
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White Hall, first men's dormitory, built 1882, destroyed 1967

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Dormitories - Women's Residence Halls

General

Women's Residence Halls interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Note: needs preservation

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Women's Residence Halls interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Women's Residence Halls interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Women's Residence Halls interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Women's Residence Halls interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Note: needs preservation

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Women's Residence Halls interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Holmes Hall

Holmes Hall, exterior, built 1958, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 5a, folder 129
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Jewell Hall

Jewell Hall, interior, built 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Jewell Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Jewell Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Jewell Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Jewell Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Note: needs preservation

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Jewell Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Note: needs preservation

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Jewell Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Jewell Hall, interior, 1920

  • Box 5a, folder 119
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Jewell Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Jewell Hall, exterior

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Jewell Hall, exterior

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Jewell Hall, exterior

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Jewell Hall, exterior

  • Box 5a, folder 130
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Keeneland Hall

Keeneland Hall, exterior, built 1954

  • Box 5a, folder 133
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Patterson Hall

Patterson Hall, first Women's dormitory built 1904

  • Box 5c, folder 369
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Patterson Hall, first Women's dormitory, circa 1920

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Patterson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Patterson Hall, exterior

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Patterson Hall, exterior

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Patterson Hall, exterior

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Patterson Hall, exterior

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Patterson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Note: needs preservation

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Patterson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Patterson Hall, exterior

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Patterson Hall, exterior, 1923

  • Box 8, folder 270
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Patterson Hall, exterior

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Patterson Hall, interior

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Patterson Hall, interior

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Patterson Hall, interior

  • Box 5b, folder 145
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Doorways

Mathews Building

  • Box 5a, folder 120
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Administration Building

  • Box 5a, folder 120
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Administration Building, side door

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Margaret I. King Library, west side entrance, 1950

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Anderson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Keeneland Hall

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Mechanical Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Mechanical Hall

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Mechanical Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 120
Scope and Contents note

Note: picture torn in a circle

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Administration Building, main west entrance

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Note: picture has been cut out

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White Hall, first Men's Dormitory

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Note: picture has been cut out

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College of Education Association School, Taylor Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Note: print is oval shaped

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McVey Hall?

  • Box 5a, folder 120
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Note: print is oval shaped

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Erikson Hall

Erikson Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 123
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Frazee Hall

Frazee Hall

  • Box 5a, folder 126
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Frazee Hall, after fire, January 24, 1956

  • Box 5a, folder 126
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Frazee Hall

  • Box 8, folder 270
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Frazee Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Funkhouser Building

Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Note:needs preservation

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Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Note:needs preservation

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Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Construction - Funkhouser Building, February 27, 1939

  • Box 5b, folder 159
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Funkhouser Building, 1942

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building, center, Kastle Hall, left

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

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Funkhouser Building

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Funkhouser Building

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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Funkhouser Building

  • Box 5a, folder 127
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Gillis Building

Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building, 1889

  • Box 5a, folder 128
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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building

  • Box 5a, folder 128
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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building

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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building

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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building

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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building

  • Box 5a, folder 128
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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building

  • Box 5a, folder 128
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Health Building / Administrative Annex / Gillis Building, Administration Building, left

  • Box 5a, folder 128
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Faculty office / Gillis Building

  • Box 6, folder 194
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Old Chemistry Building / Gillis Building

  • Box 8, folder 270
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Law Building / Gillis Building

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Old Agriculture Experiment Station / Gillis Building, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Houses on Campus

Commandant's House

Commandant's house on campus, located on fair ground in 1878 that is presently University campus

  • Box 5a, folder 115
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Euclid Avenue Houses for Destruction

Exterior of house on Euclid Avenue, print back labeled "Meriwether"

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Exterior of house on Euclid Avenue

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Exterior of house on Euclid Avenue

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Exterior of house on Euclid Avenue

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Interior of house on Euclid Avenue

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Rear exterior of house on Euclid Avenue and out house

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Interior of house on Euclid Avenue, kitchen

  • Box 9, folder 312
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Fraternity Houses

Sigma Chi

  • Box 5a, folder 125
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Delta Tau Delta

  • Box 5a, folder 125
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Delta Tau Delta

  • Box 5a, folder 125
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon

  • Box 5a, folder 125
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Sigma Nu

  • Box 5a, folder 125
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Home Economics Practice House

Scope and Contents note

Home Economics was part of the College of Agriculture until 1916 and the name was changed to the College of Human Environmental Sciences in 1991. The majority of the prints are circa 1931 and the classes represented in this collection are cooking, sewing, interior decorating and domestic science which included table setting and shelf organization. The practice house where the students lived their senior year is the site for many activities and is also shown in Buildings and Grounds. This college was represented by female students until recent history.

Home Economics Practice House

  • Box 5a, folder 122
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Women students in kitchen, page 26, 1939 "Kentuckian", Second prize in "Kentuckian" snapshot Contest conducted by the University of Kentucky Camera Club, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 7, folder 240
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Maxwell Place

President's House

Maxwell Place, President's House, built in 1870 - 1872, bought by the University of Kentucky with thirteen acres in 1917 from Judge J. H. Mulligan

  • Box 5c, folder 246
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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

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Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 246
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Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 246
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Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 246
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Garden at Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 246
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Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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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, print dated December 17, 1935

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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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, print dated December 17, 1935

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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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, print dated December 17, 1935

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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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, print dated December 17, 1935

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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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, print dated December 17, 1935

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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Women outside Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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Men and women outside Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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Children outside Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 247
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, May 31, 1934

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, African American servers in first row and yard workers on truck

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, African American servers in first row and yard workers on truck

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, May 31, 1934

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, possibly family, June 6, 1940

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, African American servers in the first two rows and yard workers, June 6, 1940

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, left to right, President Frank L. McVey Governor Keen Johnson, 1939 - 1943, Unidentified individuals and Frances Jewell McVey, second from right in light dress with no hat, print dated June 6, 1940

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, left to right, President McVey, Governor Keen Johnson, unidentified individual, June 6, 1940

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, President McVey last on right in a receiving line, June 7, 1940

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea, June 1, 1933

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Senior Breakfast Alumni Tea

  • Box 5c, folder 248
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Man sitting

  • Box 7, folder 240
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President Frank McVey, Sir Leslie MacKenzie, Lady MacKenzie and Frances Jewell McVey

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Sir Leslie MacKenzie and Lady MacKenzie

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Sir Leslie MacKenzie and Lady MacKenzie

  • Box 5c, folder 249
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Maxwell Place visitors, Miss Lucy Furman and Miss Linda Neville, June 3, 1937

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place, Miss Lucy Furmon and Miss Linda Neville, June 3, 1937

  • Box 7, folder 232
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Maxwell Place visitors, President McVey's mother, Mrs. Anna Holmes McVey with her youngest brother, Webster Holmes, 1927

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, President McVey's grandmother?

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Webster Holmes, uncle of President Frank L. McVey with his daughter Jesse Holmes, circa 1920

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Princess Knopotkin, speaker, circa 1920

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Princess Knopotkin, speaker, circa 1920

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Note: needs preservation

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Maxwell Place visitors, African American nanny playing with a McVey child

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Eleanor Roosevelt, spouse of the President of the United States of America, Franklin Roosevelt in her car. She had spoken in the chapel assembly, July 7, 1934. By the car is Mr. Jewell, Mrs. Frances Jewell McVey's father

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, President Frank L. McVey and Alexander Bonnyman

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Alex Bonnyman, a developer of natural resources

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place visitors, Fred and Ella Rector,1936

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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Maxwell Place, President Frank McVey with visitors

  • Box 5c, folder 249
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President's House / Maxwell Place, 1923

  • Box 8, folder 270
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President's House / Maxwell Place

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Maxwell Place, President Frank L. McVey, Dr. Charles J. Turck, President of Centre College, previously Dean, College of Law, University of Kentucky, print dated 1927

  • Box 7, folder 232
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James Hiram Graham, Dean of Engineering and spouse?, May 30,1935

  • Box 7, folder 232
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Women at Maxwell Place

  • Box 7, folder 232
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Unidentified woman who appears in previous print at Maxwell Place

  • Box 15, folder 368
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University of Kentucky and other University Presidents and Spouses

Frank McVey, on the right, Dr. Charles J. Turk, Dean of Law School, 1923-27, President of Centre College, 1927 - 1936, print dated 1927

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Dr. Charles J. Turck, Dean of Law School, 1923-27, President of Centre College, 1927 - 1936 and spouse, print dated 1927

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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President R. M. Kent of the University of Louisville

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Herman Donovan, Eastern State College; John Howard Payne, Morehead Normal School; Frank L. McVey, University of Kentucky; Henry Hardin Cherry, Western Kentucky State Teachers College

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Herman Donovan, Eastern State College; John Howard Payne, Morehead Normal School; Frank L. McVey, University of Kentucky; Henry Hardin Cherry, Western Kentucky State Teachers College

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Turck, Centre College; Donovan, Eastern State College; McVey, University of Kentucky; Wright, Campbellsville; VanMeter, Lee's College; Harmon, Bowling Green Business; Hutching, Berea; Creech, Williamsburg; Gross, Union

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Turck, Centre College; Donovan, Eastern State College; McVey, University of Kentucky; Wright, Campbellsville; VanMeter, Lee's College; Harmon, Bowling Green Business; Hutching, Berea; Creech, Williamsburg; Gross, Union

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Kentucky College Presidents and Spouses

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Kentucky College Presidents and Spouses

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Kentucky College Presidents

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Charles J. Turck, President of Centre College, 1927 - 1936, print dated 1927

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Four Presidents of colleges, last on right, Dr. Joe Roemer, Peabody College, Nashville, Tennessee

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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Maxwell Place, Presidents and wives

  • Box 5c, folder 250
Scope and Contents note

From left to right: President John Howard Payne (Morehead Normal School), President R. L. Kent (University of Louisville), President H. B. Adams (Georgetown), President John C. Hanley (Sayre College), President J. L. Creech (Cumberland College), President Elmer Campbell (Transylvania), President C. M. Dannelly (Kentucky Wesleyan), President R. H. Holliday (Millersburg College), President Herman L. Donovan (Eastern State Teachers College), President J.O. VanMeter (Lee's Jr. College), President Henry Hardin Cherry (Western Kentucky State Teachers College), President J.L. Harman (Bowling Green Business), President Frank L. McVey (University of Kentucky)

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Maxwell Place, Presidents and wives

  • Box 5c, folder 250
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From left to right: President and Mrs. John Howard Payne (Morehead Normal School), President and Mrs. R. L. Kent (University of Louisville), President and Mrs. H. B. Adams (Georgetown), President and Mrs. John C. Hanley (Sayre College), President and Mrs. J. L. Creech (Cumberland College), President Elmer Campbell (Transylvania), President C. M. Dannelly (Kentucky Wesleyan), President R. H. Holliday (Millersburg College), President Herman L. Donovan (Eastern State Teachers College) and his spouse, Nell, President J.O. VanMeter (Lee's Jr. College), President Henry Hardin Cherry (Western Kentucky State Teachers College), President J.L. Harman (Bowling Green Business), President and Mrs. (Frances Jewell) Frank L. McVey (University of Kentucky)

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Patterson House / Faculty Club (1882-1932)

Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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Patterson House / Faculty Club

  • Box 5a, folder 124
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Scovell House

Dean of Agriculture, Melville Scovell's House

  • Box 5a, folder 99
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Superintendent of Grounds House

Home of the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

  • Box 5c, folder 378
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Home of the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

  • Box 5c, folder 378
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Kastle Hall

Kastle Hall, print dated 1910, first wing completed

  • Box 5a, folder 132
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Kastle Hall, print dated 1910, first wing completed

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Kastle Hall, print dated 1910, first wing completed

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Kastle Hall, print dated 1910, first wing completed

  • Box 5a, folder 132
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Kastle Hall, finished building in mid - 1920's

  • Box 5a, folder 132
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Kastle Hall, finished building in mid - 1920's

  • Box 5a, folder 132
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Kastle Hall, finished building in mid - 1920's

  • Box 5a, folder 132
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Kastle Hall, print dated 1910, first wing completed

  • Box 5a, folder 132
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Kastle Hall, finished building in mid - 1920's

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Kastle Hall, finished building in mid - 1920's

  • Box 5c, folder 370
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Kastle Hall, construction of remaining wings, mid 1920's

  • Box 5c, folder 370
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Kastle Hall, construction of remaining wings, mid 1920's

  • Box 5c, folder 370
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Kastle Hall, construction of remaining wings, mid 1920's

  • Box 5c, folder 370
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Kastle Hall / Old Chemistry Building, 1910, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Margaret I. King Library

Exterior

King Library, exterior, built 1931

  • Box 5b, folder 137
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King Library, exterior

  • Box 5b, folder 137
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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King Library, exterior

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Interior

King Library, circulation desk, student assistant, Frank Ellis, California, Kentucky

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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unspecified

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library, students in reading / reference room

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library, students in Thurston Morton Browsing room

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library, students in Thurston Morton Browsing room

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library, Great Hall, card catelogs and exhibit case

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library, Breckinridge Room

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library, Breckinridge Room

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King Library, Breckinridge Room

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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William Clarence Ford studying and Stephen Swift Hubard, reference desk

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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William Clarence Ford studying and Stephen Swift Hubard, reference desk

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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unspecified

  • Box 5b, folder 138
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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negative

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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King Library stacks

  • Box 6, folder 194
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Library Annex Construction

Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Annex, construction, August 1, 1961, dedication, April 30, 1963

  • Box 8, folder 274
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Library Exhibits

Lincoln, the lawyer

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln, life and death

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Playbill for "Our American Cousin"

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln books

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Portrait of Lincoln and Douglas

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Portrait of Lincoln and Douglas

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln, the cross examiner

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln, the cross examiner

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Lincoln, the cross examiner

  • Box 8, folder 275
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Exhibit items in display case in King Library lobby

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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Exhibit items in display case in King library lobby

  • Box 5b, folder 138
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University Archives

Ezra Gillis, Registrar and Professor of Education, 1910 - 1937 and Director of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education, 1937 - 1956 with Professor Horine, Engineering, lettering work on war dead list in Memorial Coliseum, circa 1950, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Ezra Gillis, Registrar and Professor of Education, 1910 - 1937 and Director of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education, 1937 - 1956 with Professor Horine, Engineering, lettering work on war dead list in Memorial Coliseum, circa 1950, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Ezra Gillis, Registrar and Professor of Education, 1910 - 1937 and Director of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education, 1937 - 1956 with men working on the lettering of the war dead list in Memorial Coliseum, circa 1950, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Unidentified University Archives staff, circa 1965, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Unidentified University Archives staff, circa 1955, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Virginia Gilmore, University Archives assistant staff, circa 1955, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Reference cabinets and shelving, circa 1955, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Frances G. Edney, secretary, Bogor, Indonesia Project, 1957 - 1959 and daughter of zoologist and Indoniesian Project Professor James Edney, print dated March 12, 1955, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Interior room and hall, Gillis birthday greetings, January 1, 1957, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education staff, Ezra Gillis, center, Mary Hester Cooper, left of him, 1949, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Ezra Gillis, Director of Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education, 1937 - 1956, circa 1950, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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From left to right University Archives staff: Unidentified woman; Assistant Director, Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education, Mary Hester Cooper, 1937 - 1955, University Archivist, 1956-1970, Ezra Gillis, Director, Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education, 1937 - 1956 and unidentified woman, circa 1952, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Professor Ezra Gillis and Winifred Lewellen, Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education staff circa 1950, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Professor Gillis, circa 1950, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Jane Ward, University Archives staff, September 1958, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Display of Professor Gillis's 90th birthday cards, January 1, 1957, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Professor Ezra Gillis, circa 1938, Photographer, Louis E. Nollau?

  • Box 9, folder 288
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University Archives staff: unidentified woman and University Archivist, Mary Hester Cooper with exhibit cases, President Patterson's desk and chair, and a table from his office set for a departmental party, circa 1956 - color print, Photographer, Unknown

  • Box 9, folder 288
Scope and Contents note

This print has been placed in the General Print File in the folder Library - Margaret I. King - University Archives and Records Program

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Lafferty Hall

Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, Law Library interior, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, print dated circa 1940

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 135
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Lafferty Hall, Law Building and Library, 1937 - 1965, Law Library interior, print dated circa 1940, duplicate of image folder 135 item 3

  • Box 5a, folder 135
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McVey Hall

Construction - McVey Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 371
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Construction - McVey Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 371
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Exterior, McVey Hall, built 1928

  • Box 5b, folder 139
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Exterior, McVey Hall

  • Box 5b, folder 139
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Exterior, McVey Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Interior, McVey Hall

  • Box 5b, folder 139
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Interior, McVey Hall

  • Box 5b, folder 139
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Interior, McVey Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 371
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Interior, McVey Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 371
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Mechanical Hall and Engineering Buildings

General

Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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unspecified

  • Box 5a, folder 104
Scope and Contents note

LOCATION: This negative has been transferred to the Audio Visual Archives in the copy negative file.

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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 104
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Engineering - Mechanical Hall and other Engineering buildings

  • Box 5a, folder 105
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Old Mechanical Hall

  • Box 6, folder 181
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Old Mechanical Hall

  • Box 6, folder 181
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Old Mechanical Hall

  • Box 8, folder 270
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Old Mechanical Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Campus in front of Mechanical Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Engineering Buildings

  • Box 5c, folder 373
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Old Mechanical Hall

  • Box 5c, folder 373
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Mechanical Hall, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Engineering Building, unidentified

  • Box 5c, folder 373
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Construction - Unidentified building and unidentified work men

  • Box 5b, folder 157
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Junior Drawing Room in Mechanical Hall, 1908

  • Box 4, folder 70
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Junior Drawing Room in Mechanical Hall, 1908

  • Box 4, folder 70
Scope and Contents note

persons in photograph are numbered

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Drawing Room, Mechanical Hall

  • Box 4, folder 70
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Drawing Room, Mechanical Hall

  • Box 4, folder 70
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Junior Drawing Room, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Hall, 1912 - 1913

  • Box 4, folder 70
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Junior Drawing Room, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Hall, 1912 - 1913, page 35, 1913 "Kentuckian"

  • Box 4, folder 70
Scope and Contents note

persons in photograph are numbered

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Junior Drawing Room, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Hall, 1912 - 1913

  • Box 4, folder 70
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Senior Reading Room, Mechanical Hall, 1909

  • Box 4, folder 77
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Senior Reading Room, Mechanical Hall, 1909

  • Box 4, folder 77
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Dicker Hall

Dicker Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 118
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Dicker Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Dicker Hall, interior

  • Box 5a, folder 106
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Johnston Solar Laboratory

Johnston Solar Laboratory

  • Box 5a, folder 131
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Johnston Solar Laboratory

  • Box 5a, folder 131
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Johnston Solar Laboratory

  • Box 5a, folder 131
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Johnston Solar Laboratory

  • Box 5c, folder 373
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Norwood Hall

Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building

  • Box 5b, folder 143
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building, Photographer, Leon Frankel

  • Box 8, folder 273
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Norwood Hall / Mining Engineering Building after burned November 12, 1948

  • Box 9, folder 288
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Wendt Shop

Wendt Shop

  • Box 5b, folder 151
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Wendt Shop

  • Box 5b, folder 151
Scope and Contents note

Note: needs preservation

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Wendt Shop

  • Box 5b, folder 151
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Wendt Hall or "Shop"

  • Box 5c, folder 283
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Wendt Shop

  • Box 5c, folder 373
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Memorial Coliseum

Site of Memorial Coliseum, circa 1948

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Site of Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Site of Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Site of Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Site of Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Site of Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Site of Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 6, folder 184
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum, completed 1950

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
Scope and Contents note

Note:needs preservation

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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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Construction, Memorial Coliseum

  • Box 5c, folder 162
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