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ark:/16417/th7100080ccb7Funny faces scare girls, Inquiring Reporter told by kids. Jessica Paris is pictured.
ark:/16417/th710039wdl76Scenes in connection with Tom Underwood Day. Governor Earle Clements, Congressman Tom Underwood and Mrs. Falconer Powell, president of the Women's Democratic Club.Image
ark:/16417/th710081t789hMiss Betty Rominger decorating show window of Meyer and Hinkle store with large red feather. Edward Meyer at right.
ark:/16417/th71009n6zl4pFive state legislators post for a photograph at a social gathering. The legislator on the far right is standing apart from the others. A woman is playing a piano in the background.
ark:/16417/th7100bpk04l3Paul Rehm, 146 East Third street, young Lexington attorney (right), yesterday was appointed assistant treasurer by State Treasurer Edward F. Seiller (left). Rehm, a graduate of the University of Kentucky, has been practicing law here since early in 1946 when he was discharged from the Army. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rehm of Lexington.Image
ark:/16417/th7100c9gql4pRepresentatives of Chain Stores Council pictured starting on the first of a series of "follow-your-dollar" tours to various agencies of the Community Chest.
ark:/16417/th7100djmvgbcIndividuals active at opening of 1947-1948 tobacco sales.
ark:/16417/th7100hgnzkhjBlackbird Bell G. A., left, consigned by W. D. Fishback of Versailles, grand champion cow, and Blackbird Perinthian Prince, right, Fernback Farms of Augusta, Ky., grand champion bull, at 10th annual show and sale of Kentucky Aberdeen Angus Breeders' Association. Persons in picture Luther Newman, Mr. Fishback, J. M. Tudor, and Paul and Donald Pickrell.
ark:/16417/th7100nwvhrkwFirst National Bank and Trust Company celebrates the 75th anniversary of their founding on April 1, 1865. A special ceremony was held at the bank on March 31, 1940. Photograph of the speakers' table at the bank's anniversary reception held at the Lafayette Hotel. Pictured from left to right are J.C. NIchols, executive vice president of the bank; Mrs. T. Ward Havely; B.J. Lazar, managing director of the Cincinnati branch; Mrs. M.H. Courtney; Charles R. Staples, Lexington historian; W.H. Courtney, president of the bank; Mrs. B.J. Lazar; Charles M. Thompson, president of the Kentucky Bankers Association; Mrs. John S. Yellman and Mayor T. Ward Havely. March, 1940.
ark:/16417/th7100s461x3vParty for children given by Mrs. John Stoll at Idle Hour Country Club.
ark:/16417/th7100slz5ctlBridal shower for Miss Marilyn Miller. Guests pictured from left to right are Miss Sue Neuman, Miss Marjorie King, Miss Marilyn Miller, and Mrs. Lester R. Bryant Jr. Photo shows interior of living room at the Mrs. William Bond residence on Henry Clay Boulevard.Image
ark:/16417/th7100t0bln3zMiss Martha Hyer, left, and Miss Betty Lynn, Hollywood, pictured at local Veterans Administration hospital. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7100v2spxdvLexington Junior High School cheerleaders. Front, Wilma Wagner and Patsy Mills. Second row, Patsy Gross, Martha hill, Rosemary Hillard, Sue Fowler and Betty Brundage.
ark:/16417/th7100vvbj0l4Aerial Shots of Coldstream Stud Farm. January 1949Image
ark:/16417/th7100x3b792zMiss Mary Owsley, Lexington Junior High school, explains library procedures to Arlington school pupils. Seated Tommie Greene, Eugene Bowman, Phyllis Dean and Dawn White. Standing, Phyllis Tilton, Basil Blackaby and Victor Huble.Image
ark:/16417/th71011v07m22Firemen fighting blaze at Old Ladies Home, 71 West High Street.
ark:/16417/th71014p1gctjClosing sale on Lexington tobacco market. Left is Auctioneer "Red" Boone. April, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71014tp9hn0Lexington snow scene. John C. Breckinridge Memorial. March, 1947.
ark:/16417/th710151tpwbfInquiring Reporter gets opinions on Derby winner. Portrait of John Moynahan.Image
ark:/16417/th710175rhd5gInquiring reporter is told "Jap" War chiefs got justice. Portrait of Clay Irby, station manager for Delta Airlines.
ark:/16417/th7101d02mklkGame of pool at psychiatric treatment facility Eastern State Hospital. January 1952.Image
ark:/16417/th7101d14dkwpBlue Grass Review Edition. Younger Horseman. Portrait of John H. Clark.Image
ark:/16417/th7101g8t9kdqTree uprooted during storm. August, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7101ghhwjk1Pictured in connection with visit to Lexington of Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus. Girl sitting in a chair reading.Image
ark:/16417/th7101jl8nkkmMiss Barbara Fisher, Miss Anne Estill, Miss Patricia Storey and Miss Eleanor Tucker. Seated, Miss Lucy Gay. Pictured at party at Miss Tucker's. December, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7101k736btsScenes in connection with reception accorded the University of Kentucky basketball team upon return after winning championship. April, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7101w97fjglLucy Alexander cleaned a horses bridle. The background portrays her ribbons and trophies won throughout Kentucky and neighboring statesImage
ark:/16417/th7101xp56j63Surprise birthday party for Julia Ann Stern, age 11. Carol Hadden, Ray Purdom, Andee Ryan, Julia Ann Stern, Sonia Smith, Cynthia Ann Kouns and Nora Lynn Pennington.Image
ark:/16417/th71024xv7x7sFirst baby born in 1952 at Good Samaritan hospital (Lexington, Ky.). Karen Lee Heimer and her mother, Mrs. Jackson Heimer.Image
ark:/16417/th71025xbkmn8Scenes in connection with reception accorded the University of Kentucky basketball team upon return after winning championship. April, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71027wbqwcgCommander Dwight Shepler presents copy of his painting of the Normandy invasion to Commissioner Dan Regan.
ark:/16417/th7102fg38nsvAt Mercer County Fair and Horse Show, Sandra Green in airplane swing.
ark:/16417/th7102jgppxh7Swearing in ceremony at Naval Reserve headquarters. Jack Hiatt, Robert Lee Marks and Louis T. Davenport look at model whaleboats.Image
ark:/16417/th7102mfxkzlsPiano playing in the lobby of the First National Bank and Trust Company on its seventy fifth anniversary.
ark:/16417/th7102rkv39k0Action shot, March of Dimes basketball double-header, Lafayette versus Hazard. Lafayette, Bobby Adams (12), Bob Mulcahy (10), and Jimmy Hutchens (5). Hazard, Paul Watson (45), Roland Baker (41), and Kay Greer (50). Lafayette, 65-38.Image
ark:/16417/th7102t1zw0dlWrecked coal truck pictured after running off Richmond road, cutting off electricity supply to 60 families. Lester Malicote, 35, of Sand Gap, driver of truck, was uninjured. April, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7102t2hbx7vFashion Section: Separates. Miss Louise Wile pictured in sleeveless navy linen top with sweater neckline and navy linen embroidered French poodle skirt and a blue and white belt with giant buckle.Image
ark:/16417/th7102znkkjljF.B. Grant, general foreman, Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company, examines section of gas main which exploded and caused interruption to service in suburban Lexington and various surrounding towns.
ark:/16417/th7103260942jOleika Temple Shrine initiates being recorded. Recorder Theodore L. Jones, seated Director J. D. Harnett, left, and Initiates Charles D. Weaver and William Folger.
ark:/16417/th7103dd8mmf3University High School Players 1949-1950. Portrait of Forward of Alex Harper.Image
ark:/16417/th7103f902m7gPatrolmen John Dickey and Jess Williams Jr. with children in Irishtown. Picture taken in 1944. Used after Dickey's death in 1947.
ark:/16417/th7103grbx4tlStart of steel work on construction of University of Kentucky (UK) field house. August, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7103hzdkt3nPictured in group at luncheon she gave in honor of Miss Miss Martha Davis. Seated, Mrs. Bruce Davis, left, and Mrs. Wilkirson. Standing, Mrs. William S. Evans II, Miss Davis and Mrs. Herbert Whittle.
ark:/16417/th7103lw2sh59County Judge W. E. Nichols, left, today administered the oaths of office to the new Board of City Commissioner at city hall. The new officials, elected November 4, are M. J. Anderson and Ben Bosworth, City ticket members and Henry Skillman and Henry Hettel, Home Town ticket victors. Inset shows City Manager Austin Moore who today filed suit asking for a restraining order to prevent his ouster, previouly pledged, by the majority City ticket members.Image
ark:/16417/th7103mg5q561W. S. Minor in his shoulder-high tobacco patch on the Paris pike.
ark:/16417/th7103pbnsn7pNavy Band Concert. Ralph Snavely, right, and Robert DeMonge putting up placard advertising Navy Band Concert.Image
ark:/16417/th7103pjt4kj1Scenes at Fourth Annual Plug Horse Derby. Derby winner, Superfiler, Bill Jennings up.
ark:/16417/th7103pwf1hhtChampions pictured at 4-H Club Achievement Day program. Front row, Jessie May Champion, Anderson; Jimmy Ingram, Woodford; Mary L. Mahin, Jessamine. Standing, J.W. Allison, Mason; Roy Rice, Mason; Mahlon Nichols, Jr., Jessamine; John M. Parks, Jr., Madison; and Jimmy Humphrey, Fayette.
ark:/16417/th7103qzprpdjChristmas pictures. Montgomery, Ward Company. December, 1949.
ark:/16417/th7103tvsjgpmOur Lady of the Oaks (private hospital for the treatment of emotional, nervous, and mental disorders). Operated by the Catholic Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, on Harrodsburg Pike just beyond city limits. Formerly the High Oaks Sanitarium operated by the late Dr. George P. Sprague and later by his son, Dr. George S. Sprague. Exterior shot of hospital building.
ark:/16417/th7103v6q1n4xEarle C. Clements' inauguration as governor of Kentucky succeeding Simeon Willis. Clements and Willis heading parade.
ark:/16417/th7103wd2h2q7Layout showing scenes connected with opening days sales on tobacco market.