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 Action shots of University of Kentucky (UK)-Xavier University basketball game. December, 1947.

 Albert B. Chandler and Baxter Melton, both from Corydon, pictured at meeting of Rotary Club. Chandler is the United States Baseball Commissioner. Both men are graduates of the University of Kentucky.

 Aqua-cycle, motorless conveyance for duck-hunters and fishermen, occupied by Charles Gregory, left, and Bob West.


 Blue Grass Day crowd shots Main and Limestone streets.


 Charles Dorroh, University of Kentucky senior, sitting on section of pipe that will feed steam to Memorial Coliseum

 Christmas decorations in the Phoenix Hotel, stockings on a mantel.


 Douglas Gaidry, Bobby Watts and Sara Proctor start placing old license plates in receptacle provided by members of Young Woman's Club.


 Exterior of Lyric theater for African Americans. Located on the corner of Dewees and Third streets.


 F. R. Wilson, Lexington inventor, demonstrating portable fire escape on South Limestone Street fire tower. January, 1947.

 Female puppy found by Ernest Umstead at Main and Limestone streets

 Front view of the General Electric Company test car on its visit to Lexington.


 Helen Henderson, student at Booker T Washington school, receiving check from Miss Virginia Hayes, of Lexington Library, for submitting name for African American branch library. "The Laura Carroll Library."


 Jug Band outside entrance to the Downs on Derby Day, May 7, 1949.


 Kit Barrow and Betsy Speed with Halloween pumpkin.


 Layout picturing garbage in open containers within two-block radius of Main and Limestone streets. (2)

 Lexington Railway System bus resting over broken off fire hydrant on Lafayette avenue after its brakes failed March 17, 1949.

 Lexington snow scene. Car covered by snow.

 Lexington snow scene. Transylvania park after snow storm.


 Mrs. Ruth Saunders, Fayette home demonstration agent, and her assistant, Mrs. Mary Helen Horn, preparing exhibit for Four-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) fair.


 Negatives used in making up section head in 'Back to School' edition of Herald-Leader. Building shown is Henry Clay High School. August, 1948.

 Night picture of Lexington Public Library.


 Pictured in connection with running of 1949 Plug Horse Derby. Governor Earle C. Clements handing winner's trophy to Jockey Bill Jennings on Ann Bromfield's Beam Bourbon. Robert W. Wilson awarding wreath of carrots. Frank Godwin next to Wilson.

 Pictures in connection with the Hustlers, African-American baseball team. Bunny Davis, Manager Scoopy Brown, Bill Berry, Bob Terrell and Beaverdam Mason.

 Portrait of John Wyatt, Herald photographer, who received a perfect score on an entrance test for the Naval Reserve. June, 1948.

 Portrait of Mary Sweeney, internationally recognized authority on child-development and welfare and former assistant director of the Merrill-Palmer school. She was also head of the Home Economics department at the University of Kentucky and dean of Home Economics at Michigan State College, as well as executive secretary of the American Home Economics Association. A graduate of Transylvania College, Sweeney received an honorary degree from Transylvania on June 6, 1949. Photo taken in 1949.

 Portrait of Miss Marjorie Tubbs, Administrator of Cripples Children's Convalescent Home. January, 1950.

 Portrait of Mrs. J. Campbell Thompson holding a rifle, August, 1949.


 Railroad strike scenes. Portrait of Colonel C.D. Love of Louisville, general superintendent of the Louisville and Nashville railroad, sitting at the throttle, with W.G. McGowan, 163 Bell Court East, assistant train master of the Eastern Kentucky division of L&N.


 Scenes as Iroquois Hunt Club sponsors horse show, horse pulling contest, and beef barbecue October 12, 1946 at W. Fauntleroy Pursley's farm on Athens-Boonesboro Road. Horse pulling contest.

 Scenes at CAP-AAF Air Show at dedication of Blue Grass Field and unveiling of the T. Ward Havely memorial. Unidentified woman in military uniform pictured inside an airplane with medical instruments. November, 1946.

 Scenes at Sportsmen's Show. Joe Moeller and his assistant, Jeanne Dare, representing Beverly Archery Company.

 Scenes at the Moose Lodge Easter Egg hunt at Woodland Park. Two children sitting on cart with prizes in their laps. April, 1947.

 Sheriff Harvey Partin, Jessamine county, left, and Police Chief Carl Bruner, Nicholasville, examining parts of captured moonshine still. May, 1947.

 Southeast corner of Limestone and Main streets where Lexington Railway System will erect a change-making and information booth. Pedestrians in front of Williams' Drug Store and McGurk's Shoe Shop. May, 1947.


 The fire on Richmond road where a fire truck was headed when it struck a car on Main and Jefferson Street.


 University of Kentucky baseball players, Bill Leskovar, left, and Dominic Ford.


 V-J Day Celebration in Lexington. Shot of Victory demonstration; group of youths piled on truck. They had commandeered a truck and the driver drove them up and down Main Street for hours.