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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 Camp Zachary Taylor: John Reichenbacher's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: John Reichenbacher's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Several unidentified men, and a woman standing in a barnyard. A wagon sits in front of the barn obscured by a tree, and various farming implements lean against the barn's side. Front reads, "John Reichenbacher #2 Page 9"

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"

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

Three wooden outbuildings, one of which appears to be a carriage house with three carriages parked inside. Front reads, "Alphons Schoenbaechler #3 Page 10"

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

A two story wooden outbuilding with exterior stairs leading to the loft. A second large barn in the distance has a masonry ground level and wooden upper stories. A fence of various types surrounds the property. Front reads, "Alphons Schoenbaechler #4 Page 11"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Ben M. Kaelin's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Ben M. Kaelin's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Three well-built wooden outbuildings, and two grain silos with a field of corn in the foreground. Front reads, "Ben M. Kaelin #3 Page 12"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Joseph Crawford's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Joseph Crawford's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A 1 1/2 story vernacular farmhouse with columned porch, and clapboard siding in good condition with a two-story rear section. Two Model T automobiles, and a group of unidentified men can be seen in the rear of the house, as well as two large outbuildings. Front reads, "Jos. Crawford #1 Page 13"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Joseph Crawford's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Joseph Crawford's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A Model T automobile with a United States flag mounted to the front parked in front of a large outbuilding with a porte-cochere at either end. A small outbuilding appears at left, and the edge of a potato field can be seen in the foreground. Front reads, "Jos. Crawford #2 Page 13"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: William Crawford's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: William Crawford's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A farmhouse with a columned porch, and hipped roof with a large dormer on the front. An unidentified man leans against an automobile at the side of the house, and a large barn can be seen in the background. Front reads, "Wm. Crawford #1 Page 14"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: William Crawford's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: William Crawford's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A group of unidentified men gathered around a water pump in front of a large well-built barn. Another man stands in the doorway looking in. Front reads, "Wm. Crawford #2 Page 14"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Anton Zehnder's property   - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Anton Zehnder's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Large barn with several small carriages parked inside. One outside carriage reads, "A. Burkhalter Alfalfa Dairy" and "Poplar Level Road." Several lightning rods and a weather vane decorated with a cow line the roof. Front reads, "Anton Zehnder #1 Page 16"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Anton Zehnder's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Anton Zehnder's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A long outbuilding with vertical siding, and several windows. A water pump covered by a blanket stands in front, and two smaller outbuildings, obscured by foliage, stand to the right. Front reads, "Anton Zehnder #2 Page 16"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Ben Boerste's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Ben Boerste's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A brick house with basement, and two chimneys. Several young trees obscure the front of the house, and older trees line the driveway to the right. Several outbuildings can be seen behind the house. Front reads, "Ben Boerste #2 Page 17"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Ben Boerste's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Ben Boerste's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A small outbuilding with vertical siding painted white, and showing signs of additions. Several small windows are on the near facade, some of which are boarded up, and a brood of chickens around the door. Front reads, "Ben Boerste #1 Page 17"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Louis Kamber's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Louis Kamber's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A long barn supported by roughly cut tree trunks with an advertisement for Ballard's Obelisk Flour painted on the gable end, and reads "Ballard's Obelisk Everywhere Why?". Three unidentified men, and several smaller outbuildings can be seen in the distance. Front reads, "Louis Kamber #1 Page 18"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Louis Kamber's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Louis Kamber's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Two small outbuildings, and a doghouse with crude gingerbread trim and the name "Casey" visible. The dog lies nearby, chained up. One building has masonry walls, and a steeply pitched roof. The other has a more typical pitch with a small shed addition. Front reads, "Louis Kamber #3 Page 19"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Louis Kamber's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Louis Kamber's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Three outbuildings seen from a hillside. The nearest building has a large roof extension, and has an attached picket fence. Three unidentified men stand at the center of the image by the outbuildings. Additional buildings can be seen on hills in the distance. Front reads, "Louis Kamber #4 Page 19"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Adolph Burkhalter's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Adolph Burkhalter's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A simple gable roofed barn painted white with extension. Lightning rods line the peak of the roof, and a carriage can be seen in the open door of the extension. An unidentified man can be seen in the distance at left. Front reads, "Adolph Burkhalter #1 Page 20"

Image of Camp Zachary Taylor: Adolph Burkhalter's property  - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

Camp Zachary Taylor: Adolph Burkhalter's property - Camp Zachary Taylor Photograph Album

A concrete and brick outbuilding with a flat roof, and sliding doors. A wheelbarrow, and an axe sit in front of the open door. Front reads, "Adolph Burkhalter #3 Page 20"