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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 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 Unidentified men - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Unidentified men - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Two unidentified men in hats pose by entrance to door. Label reads, "Ante bellum [sic] 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 Ferry man on Kentucky River - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Ferry man on Kentucky River - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Image of two men loading a car onto a ferry on the Kentucky River. Label reads, "Ferry man Tyron, KY River 1916."

Image of Bourbon Fair Print - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Bourbon Fair Print - Edward and Josephine Kemp Lantern Slide Collection

Copy of a print. Group of men and women standing outside during a fair. [SEE ALSO: 012PC27A.122]

Image of Dr. Tom Cauble - Thomas W. Cauble Family Photograph Collection

Dr. Tom Cauble - Thomas W. Cauble Family Photograph Collection

Dr. Tom Cauble dressed in suit and a hat, poses outside.

Image of Unidentified African American man  - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Unidentified African American man - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Unidentified African American man in a three-piece pinstriped suit and hat.

Image of Two unidentified African American men  - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Two unidentified African American men - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Two unidentified African American men dressed up in suits with hats.

Image of Heyburn family - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Heyburn family - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Christmas card with image of Henry, and Frances Heyburn with children: Henry Reuter, John Gilpin, Frank Starks, and Frances Powell posing on front stoop of home.

Image of Heyburn family - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Heyburn family - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Family photograph of Henry and Frances Heyburn with their children: Henry Reuter, John Gilpin, Franklin Starks, and Frances Powell posing in front of home.

Image of Heyburn children - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Heyburn children - Margaret Smith Photograph Collection

Two young men, a young girl and boy, possibly the Heyburn children (Henry Reuter, John Gilpin, Franklin Starks, and Frances Powell).