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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 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 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 Ashland Estate - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Ashland Estate - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Reprint of a image of the Ashland Estate, with a man, woman, and pony in front yard. Now known as the Henry Clay Estate. The woman in the white dress is possibly Susan (Susannah) Maria Jacob Clay, Henry Clay’s daughter-in-law.

Image of Courthouse Square, Paris, Kentucky - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Courthouse Square, Paris, Kentucky - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Street scene with cars, horse and buggies, and crowds during Court Days. Label reads, "Courthouse Square, court day Paris, KY 1916."

Image of Court House Square, Paris, Kentucky - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Court House Square, Paris, Kentucky - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Men on horses sit outside the courthouse for Court House Days. Label reads, "Court House square, Paris, KY 1916."

Image of Ice House - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Ice House - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Old Ice House behind a fence with horse in front. Label reads, "Ice House Boonesboro Road KY 1916."

Image of African American man and thoroughbred - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

African American man and thoroughbred - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Unidentified African American Man stands with a thoroughbred. Label reads, "A Thoroughbred James [?] Bros. 1916 N. Middleburg KY."

Image of Basket Sellers - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Basket Sellers - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Two women, and a man sit inside horse drawn wagon filled with baskets on rural road. Label reads, "Basket sellers fr. mountain Ky 1916."

Image of Boonesborough Ferry - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Boonesborough Ferry - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Man stands with horse and buggie on ferry, in the Kentucky River, while another man waits on shore. Label reads, "Boonesboro [sic] Ferry KY River 1916."

Image of Fourteenth Street Railroad Bridge                                                                                                                                                                                                                              - Wesley Cowan Photograph Collection

Fourteenth Street Railroad Bridge - Wesley Cowan Photograph Collection

Construction view of the Fourteenth Street (Railroad) Bridge, looking toward the Indiana shore. The bridge's total length was 5,280 feet. Also known as Ohio Falls Bridge, Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge or the Conrail Railroad Bridge. Work began on August 1, 1867 and completed in February 1870. The bridge was designed by German-born Albert Fink, using his Fink truss.

Image of Horse corral  - Schoening Photograph Collection

Horse corral - Schoening Photograph Collection

Horse corral at Camp Zachary Taylor.

Image of Potato planter - Oscar Heintz - Schoening Photograph Collection

Potato planter - Oscar Heintz - Schoening Photograph Collection

Potato planter - Oscar Heintz at Camp Zachary Taylor.

Image of Samuel Brown Hays - William Shakespeare Hays Photograph Collection

Samuel Brown Hays - William Shakespeare Hays Photograph Collection

Mounted photograph of Samuel Brown Hays astride a dark-colored horse with a corncob pipe clenched in his teeth. A split-rail fence can be seen in the background. Front reads, "[G]lasgow Ky Nov 1901."

Image of Postcards from Campbell, Letcher, and Johnson County Kentucky - McDonough Postcard Collection

Postcards from Campbell, Letcher, and Johnson County Kentucky - McDonough Postcard Collection

Collection of 18 postcards featuring images from Campbell, Letcher, and Johnson County, Kentucky. 993PC2.1: Unidentified man with a horse, ca. 1914 993PC2.2: First steam engine in Jenkins, Letcher County, Kentucky 993PC2.3: Grading Team, Jenkins, Letcher County, Kentucky, ca. 1914 993PC2.4: Tipple #1, Van Lear, Johnson County, Kentucky, 1912 993PC2.5: Power House and Railroad Bridge, West Van Lear, Johnson County, Kentucky, ca. 1913 993PC2.6: #206 Tipple, Jenkins, Letcher County, Kentucky 993PC2.7: Tipple constructed in 1915, Jenkins, Letcher County, Kentucky 993PC2.8: First Police Force in Jenkins, Lectcher County, Kentucky, ca. 1904-1918 993PC2.9: View

Image of Kentucky Tobacco Field                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         - Postcard Collection

Kentucky Tobacco Field - Postcard Collection

Postcard depicting tobacco field and five horses standing in a field. Printed front reads, "Kentucky Tobacco Field / In the Bluegrass / The Evening Post Post Card Series No. 2".

Image of Kentucky State Fair - Postcard Collection

Kentucky State Fair - Postcard Collection

Color postcard depicting fairground facilities and animals. Printed front reads, "Kentucky State Fair, September 13-18, 1909, Show Rain or Shine, Day and Night." Postmarked back dates 20 August 1909.

Image of The Levee - Postcard Collection

The Levee - Postcard Collection

Color postcard of the Louisville Levee including horse buggy carrying goods and boats. Printed front reads, "10433. THE LEVEE, LOUISVILLE, KY." Printed verso reads, "PHOSTINT" Card. Made only by Detroit Publishing Co. [From the 10000 Series].

Image of First Division Circus Parade - Subject Photograph Collection

First Division Circus Parade - Subject Photograph Collection

Unidentified man stands on horse, probably from the First Division Circus and/or First Division Circus Parade, possibly in Louisville, Kentucky.

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Alphonse Schoenbaechler's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Alphonse Schoenbaechler's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

An old stone building with central chimney showing signs of several additions. Two black horses stand behind a worn wooden gate. A newer, wooden outbuilding, and part of a carriage can be seen in the background to the right. Front reads, "Alphons Schoenbaechler #2 Page 10"