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ark:/16417/th7wlbv9ldlrjAlpha Delta Pi sorority building at the corner of Rose street and Columbia avenue. Library or trophy room. Miss Jean Pumphrey, Miss Emma Barnes, Miss Claire Hicks, Miss Dianne McKaig and Miss Sara Lynn Boone.Image
ark:/16417/th711njkb8b8cAlpha Delta Pi sorority building at the corner of Rose street and Columbia avenue. Outside view of building.Image
ark:/16417/th7qdpmshhm3pAlpha Delta Pi sorority building at the corner of Rose street and Columbia avenue. Shutter-type doors divide the dining room and living room.Image
ark:/16417/th7f7dxsz4sx4Delta Delta Delta (Tri-Delt) sorority house on Rose Street and Columbia Avenue, opposite Maxwell Place, home of University of Kentucky president. Photo taken while under construction.
ark:/16417/th716x8hfr9dbDelta Delta Delta (Tri-Delt) sorority house on Rose Street and Columbia Avenue, opposite Maxwell Place, home of University of Kentucky president. Photo taken while under construction. Shot of fire escape.
ark:/16417/th77jt67qk1pcInquiring Reporter gets reactions to question as to what profession or business men would follow if they had their lives to live over. Lee Inman, 320 Rose street.
ark:/16417/th73czcdrz64tNew steel stands on Henry Clay High's remodeled Cassidy Field on Rose street.Image
ark:/16417/th7v8b0gbb8rvPictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Car in which Ockerman was driving.Image
ark:/16417/th75gt1m0lw9gPictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Crane lifting carriage.Image
ark:/16417/th79prdcr509vPictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Crowd standing around body, placed inside a body bag.Image
ark:/16417/th7566fxpmh55Pictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Group of men attempting to dislodge Ockerman from carriage.Image
ark:/16417/th74tgtr98z3qPictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Ockerman's arm visible under the carriage of fire truck.Image
ark:/16417/th71jl89jwg7nPictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Ockerman's body being removed from the carriage.Image
ark:/16417/th71qbtfbt3ndPictures in connection with accident in which Louis Thomas Ockerman was killed. Ockerman's car was in collision with fire truck at Euclid avenue and Rose street. Two men looking under carriage which trapped Ockerman.Image
ark:/16417/th76tqc40b58mPictures in connection with automobile-fire engine crash at Euclid and Rose streets. Hubert Koontz, city fireman, Victor Tuttle, Mrs. V. L. Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Carter injured.
ark:/16417/th71g7981qr1tPictures in connection with automobile-fire engine crash at Euclid and Rose streets. Hubert Koontz, city fireman, Victor Tuttle, Mrs. V. L. Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Carter injured.
ark:/16417/th7w25wcnt0zcPortrait of Clifton Prewitt. Although these two Golden Gloves entrants are in widely separated weight classes, they have at least one thing in common--each will be gaining his first ring experience. At left is Jimmy Rose, nineteen-year-old heavyweight from Nicholasville, who drives a truck for the Plumbers Supply Company. At right is Clifton Prewitt, also 19, of 337 Rose Street, a featherweight who works in the call office of a local laundry.Image
ark:/16417/th7224v86xvqxPortrait of Jimmy Rose. Although these two Golden Gloves entrants are in widely separated weight classes, they have at least one thing in common--each will be gaining his first ring experience. At left is Jimmy Rose, nineteen-year-old heavyweight from Nicholasville, who drives a truck for the Plumbers Supply Company. At right is Clifton Prewitt, also 19, of 337 Rose Street, a featherweight who works in the call office of a local laundry.Image
ark:/16417/th718w3z7gk5kSite of Arts and Science building on Rose street. July, 1947.
ark:/16417/th713nbkwk4fdSite of Arts and Science building on Rose street. July, 1947.
ark:/16417/th711nzxmx67fThis aerial view shows approximately 250 of the housing units in Cooperstown, a temporary housing project being set up on the Experiment Station farm to house student veterans at the University of Kentucky. Houses at the top left are located along Woodland Avenue and the row at the extreme right is located on the east side of an extension of Oldham avenue. The University observatory, which serves as headquarters for the project manager, is shown at the left. Seventy houses on Hill Top avenue, which extends west almost to Rose street, are not included in the picture. Eighty units are yet to be set up in the village.
ark:/16417/th73d7lb07l68Tree limb causes two hours of darkness. Dog threading its way through 4,000 volt lines in front of house on Rose Street.
ark:/16417/th710nsbdvkk5Tree limb causes two hours of darkness. Fallen power lines in front of house on Rose Street.
ark:/16417/th718v1582d0cTree limb causes two hours of darkness. Fallen power lines in front of house on Rose Street. January, 1949.