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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.
ark:/16417/th7103x4pr90gAction shots of Lafayette-Henry Clay basketball game. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7103zt2b7dbChildren snapped during Christmas season. Linda Lee Schaeffer.
ark:/16417/th71043sfxbv6Livestock outlook for the Southdown flock of sheep.Image
ark:/16417/th710461fl6qrInterior of Saint Joseph Hospital, January, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71046d5p887Shelbyville High school students pictured getting ready for appearance in drama festival. Plays are being judged by Wallace N. Briggs, University of Kentucky dramatist. From left to right are Sue McCoy, Director Mrs. Edger Vaughn, Carol Edwards, Cecie Lawson, Mildred McCann and Katherine Petrou, assistant director.Image
ark:/16417/th7104798dn5zPrincipals attending the annual meeting of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers at Campbell House in Lexington. Shown seated, left to right, are William P. Curlin, state commissioner of highways; and Dr. D. V. Terrell, dean of the University of Kentucky (UK) College of Engineering and vice president of the American Society of Engineers. Shown standing, left to right, are Dr. N. W. Dougherty, dean of the University of Tennessee (UT) College of Engineering; and R. C. Ernest, dean of the Speed Science school at the University of Louisville (U of L).Image
ark:/16417/th71048wt8pljPortrait of Clyde B. Crawley, associate professor of physics and University of Kentucky, shown with atom-smashing machine.
ark:/16417/th7104fd301cwBorrie's Reports. Bull's Hell Farm, owned by W. A. Langford. Saw mill in operation. Langford and his son, Steve, at far left. Bill Dawson operating mill. Harry Maybrier and Vills Vremanis look on.Image
ark:/16417/th7104fg6wg2pAthens High school seniors rehearse for play. Pictured are Charles Brumagen (extreme right with broken arm) and, from left to right, (in front) Dollie Jo Johns, Ellen Murphy, Martha Dickerson, (seated in second row) Betty Garland, Lois Bachman, Elsie Bailey, Betsy Emmitt, Bobby Lawson, Julia Rankin, Elsie Clark, Brumagen, (standing) Dave Barker, Jack Turner, and John Engle.Image
ark:/16417/th7104gb579h2Pictures in connection with graduating exercises at University of Kentucky. Miss Sammie Cassell, Randy Powell and Miss Sara Mae Greene.Image
ark:/16417/th7104hdv2n63Fred E. Lockhart, an ex-convict wanted by Little Rook, Art. and FBI authorities, arraigned on charge of housebreaking.Image
ark:/16417/th7104j71066pPictured in connection with visit to Lexington of Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus. Felix Adler, preparing for show.Image
ark:/16417/th7104ql5kjlcScenes in connection with opening on East Short street of Greyhound bus terminal. Bus station cafeteria. November, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7104w0k7ncvLouise Christie secretary of Coldstream Stud Farm pictured separately with other secretaries of Blue Grass Horse Farms.Image
ark:/16417/th7104z2h0vcbScenes on Blue Grass farms. A. P. Hancock farm. January 1951.Image
ark:/16417/th71056m2rm5wTobacco damaged by hail. From farm of Jerry Donohue.
ark:/16417/th7105c3xz5z8Federal attorneys in Bourbon County Vote Fraud Case. Kit Elswick, Claude P. Stephens, Bacon R. Moore and George R. Gallagher.
ark:/16417/th7105czpfxrsFiremen demonstrate aerial bridge for fire school. June, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7105dx66jxqEugene Siler shakes hands with Mrs. Ray Gilliam at the Republican Ninth District's Lincoln Day rally.Image
ark:/16417/th7105grxwt5rUniversity of Kentucky golf players. Captain Johnny Owens Jr., Marvin Lear, Dick Hicks and Bill Dudley Baker.
ark:/16417/th7105w6kcs3nLocal Democrats meet Senator Alben W. Barkley. Mrs. G. Stanley Milligan, Mrs. Faulconer Powell, Senator Barkley, William B. Martin and Judge W. E. Nichols. October, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7105zbbg7lvPortrait of J.T. Fowler. Fowler himself was in shadows when The Herald-Leader photographer caught this unusual portrait of the novice welterweight as he prepared to throw a left into the chin of an imaginary opponent. Fowler, who received his high school diploma while in the Army, is a post-graduate student at Henry Clay high school where he is seeking credits that'll make him eligible for University enrollment. The young Golden Glover played basketball while in the Army, but never boxed.Image
ark:/16417/th71062ctphmdDan P. Jones, P. M. Conway and Robert B. Diehl meeting in connection with plans of Kentucky Chamber of Commerce to aid state water users.Image
ark:/16417/th71062pr328hTwo-car collision about two and a half miles from Lexington on the Winchester pike.
ark:/16417/th710640rtnc9Judge Ossa W. Stanley, Frankfort; Clinton M. Harbison, and Dr. Thomas D. Clark, left to right, principal speakers at final dinner of Cakes and Ale Club held at Lafayette Hotel. Dinner given as a memorial to founder, late Judge Samuel M. Wilson. February, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7106570cbg5Miss Betty Ann Shropshire, bride-elect, honored at luncheon. Mrs. Ben F. Buckley III, the hostess, Miss Shropshire, Mrs, Robert Goodpaster and Miss Camilla Weathers
ark:/16417/th7106631t8h5One of the two cars involved in a Versailles road accident. Two were injured. Elmer Collins, Charles Hatton and Chester Dunn were in cars.Image
ark:/16417/th71067wkb5mhBetter Babies section. Jan Fisher, left, Judy Fisher, center, and Billy Congleton, right, at lunch.Image
ark:/16417/th7106brts9n8Cub Scouts gather at home of Mrs. A. C. Stagg for handicraft session. Seated, Jimmy Isaacs, Tim Perkins, Philip Beals, Tommy Heilbron, Jimmy Sparks, George Spencer and Ronnie Thompson. Standing, Boy Scout Dick Dedman
ark:/16417/th7106bxks3psHerbert Couf, former student at Transylvania College, bass clarinetist with Pittsburgh Symphony orchestra. February 1949
ark:/16417/th7106gxb47cmH. C. Robinson, chairman, Salem Wallace, vice chairman, and Mrs. Leon Oettinger, publicity chairman, of the Fayette County Committee of the Kentucky Society for Crippled Children's annual sale of Easter Seals.
ark:/16417/th7106jl4pw67Jesse Tunstill, Phil Cutchin, and Charlie Bill Walker, co-captains in the University of Kentucky's football game with Tennessee, accept horse shoe of carnations from Howard Stephenson, right, Mt. Sterling, president of University Student Government Association. Rally preceded by a parade from Alumni gym to Union Station, where Wildcats were off to Knoxville to play Tennessee.
ark:/16417/th7106l1b0qlbPat Pinney, left, 725 Melrose street, and Harriet Hart, 812 Sunset drive, each 12 years of age and pupils in seventh grade at Morton Junior High school. Taken by Herald photographer Nov. 10, 1948 at Main and Mill streets and shows girls looking at newly erected Christmas decorations.
ark:/16417/th7106l8g3g5vMrs. Carter Haley and the pansies she has in her garden. Close up of pansies next to a ruler.Image
ark:/16417/th7106mmrjdxjRehearsal for "Oh. Suzanna", the annual Knights of Columbus minstrel-revue, to be given at the Henry Clay High School auditorium. Shown standing, left to right, are Herb Keller, Mrs. Sue Henry and H. H. Stout, with Mrs. Susan Meyer accompanying at the piano.Image
ark:/16417/th7106pqgssfcBetter roads best method of attracting tourist trade Inquiring Reporter is informed. Norma Lewis is pictured.
ark:/16417/th7106rsglpbgSpring styles in shoes.Image
ark:/16417/th7106vw1fk8jRichard Price-Carl Maul fight, January 13, 1949.Image
ark:/16417/th7106xmqswhwGroup at table with Dennis Morgan at lunch in Golden Horseshoe. Norris Armtrong, Danville; Mrs. Morgan; Mrs. George Swinebroad; Mrs. Armstrong; Mr. Morgan; and Mrs. Swinebroad standing. May, 1948.
ark:/16417/th710707nbxfgScenes in connection with reception accorded the University of Kentucky basketball team upon return after winning championship. April, 1948.
ark:/16417/th71070qg2k9kPictures show smokestacks at various points in city.
ark:/16417/th710752hnnhsTop of Fayette county courthouse. June 2, 1949.
ark:/16417/th71076nr5bgcBetty Jo Botkins, Bill Sprague and Terry Turbeville, participants in play to be presented by Lexington Children's Theater.
ark:/16417/th71078724bg4Unclaimed bicycles distributed to orphans home by Police Department. Lieutenant Joe Hoskins and Ben Lancaster.
ark:/16417/th710789mb4rrHomemade garments modeled at Farm and Home Convention. l to r, Mrs. Clifton Cooper, and her two-year-old daughter, Elsie, Oldham county; Mrs. W. W. Harbourt and granddaughter Betty Lou Gossett, six, Oldham, and Mrs. G. W. Switzer and daughter, Anne Wesley, two and a half, Franklin county.
ark:/16417/th710793bb67fPictured with other student nurses to be capped at Good Samaritan hospital. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7107lswvfsbLayout showing Lexington housewives cooperating in Clean Up Campaign. Portrait of Mrs. William Gabbert.Image
ark:/16417/th7107mdlpgb5Chief Michael Caronia (left) of the Lexington area Navy recruiting office greets Shelby N. Vance (center), who spent 29.5 years in the Navy, and his son, William Frank Vance, "honor man" recruit of his company at Great Lakes, Illinois. October 1948.
ark:/16417/th7107qg16889Mechanical Totalisator at Keeneland. Lines of unidentified men and women at the betting windows waiting to place bets on the next race.Image
ark:/16417/th7107qhs1xdbWrecked 1942 model car badly mangled by the trunk of a tree with which it collided early yesterday. Three Harrodsburg youths were killed. Dead were James W. Cornelius, William Beverly Sims and Amos Young.