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Name Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection_012PC27A

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Image of Aunt Frances - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Aunt Frances - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American woman standing in door way. Label reads, "Aunt Frances, an old faithful Ky. 1916."

Image of Workers bagging crops - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Workers bagging crops - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American men bagging crops, possibly hemp or tobacco.

Image of Men bagging crops - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Men bagging crops - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American men bagging crops in field, possibly hemp.

Image of Men with horse and plow - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Men with horse and plow - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Two African American men with horse and plow in field, possibly hemp.

Image of Farm tools - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Farm tools - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Farming tools. Label reads, "Hemp knife, Corn knife, & Tobacco knife, KY 1916."

Image of Horse and wagon  - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Horse and wagon - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Man with horse, and wagon in river or stream. Label illegible.

Image of Harvesting crops - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Harvesting crops - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American men stacking crops, possibly hemp.

Image of Breaking Hemp - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Breaking Hemp - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American men breaking, and loading hemp. Label reads, "Breaking Hemp KY 1916."

Image of Hemp Breaking - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp Breaking - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Two African American men breaking hemp. Label reads, "Hemp Breaking Ky 16."

Image of Hemp Hackle House - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp Hackle House - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American men in hemp hackle house. Label reads, "Hemp Hackle House, KY 1916."

Image of Hemp Stack - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp Stack - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Unidentified African-American male stands in front hemp stack. Label reads, "Hemp in Stalk KY 1916."

Image of Hemp Stack - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp Stack - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hand-colored lantern slide of hemp in field.

Image of Hemp Stacks - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp Stacks - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp stacks in field. Label reads, "Ky. Hemp field Oct 1916."

Image of Hemp field - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp field - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp stacks in field. Label reads, "Hemp Ky 1916."

Image of Hemp field - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp field - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp laid out in field to dry. Label reads, "Hemp Ky 1916."

Image of Hemp field with wagon - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Hemp field with wagon - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Bundles of hemp laid out in field with horse, and carriage loaded with hemp. Label reads, "Hemp Ky 1916."

Image of Winchester Pike - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Winchester Pike - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Cows in the middle of a road, and hemp crops in background. Label reads, "Winchester Pike, KY 1916."

Image of Rounding up livestock - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Rounding up livestock - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Overhead shot of people, and livestock. "A Case where the Burden of Proof Lies with the Affirmative" printed image from The Ohio River: A Course of Empire by Archer Butler Hulbert ©1906, pg. 220. Punched in upper right corner of image: ALAMEDA / FREE / PUBLIC / LIBRARY.