9Two men and horse-driven stone cart, Covington, undated.
10Group of girls wearing bonnets, sitting on stone fence, ca. 1900.
11Children standing on stone fence, possibly Mason County, ca. 1900.
12Elizabeth Thornton Kizito, known as the "Cookie Lady," taken on Bardstown Rd., Louisville, ca. 1980s.
13Willie Mae Boyd, right, and Ella Allen, left, granddaughters of Dave Spencer, Louisville, ca. 1960s.
14Formal portrait of a young Kentucky man, ca. 1880s.
15Robert Llard and wife Rollie May on "Delta Queen," Cincinnati Robert Llard and wife Rollie May on "Delta Queen," Cincinnati. Llard was a preacher and roustabout, and worked on ships all his life, 1966.
16Librarian Thomas F. Blue (center), Elizabeth Finney (left) and Rachael Harrison, (right) of the Western Branch Library in Louisville, ca
17Mary Ellen Foley and her nephews James O Mary Ellen Foley and her nephews James O. Foley (in lap) and Henry Grant Foley, Mays Lick, 1944.
18Scout troop in parade, possibly on Veteran’s Day, Mason County, ca Scout troop in parade, possibly on Veteran’s Day, Mason County, ca. 1970s.
19Youths at city swimming pool, Maysville, ca 1970s.
20Workman seated in front of interior stairway, Mason County, ca. 1900.
22W. C. Handy, “Father of the Blues,” playing grand piano, undated W. C. Handy, “Father of the Blues,” playing grand piano, undated. In 1906, while performing at a barbecue in Henderson, Kentucky, Mr. Handy met his first wife, Elizabeth Price, and lived there prior to joining a minstrel group.
23W. C. and Irma Lou Handy, Henderson, 1954. Irma Lou was W. C W.C. and Irma Lou Handy, Henderson, Irma Lou was W.C.’s second wife, whom he married in 1954; his first wife, Elizabeth, died in 1937.
24Mayo-Underwood School graduating class of 1947 Mayo-Underwood School graduating class of Mayo-Underwood school was open from 1929 to 1964 on Mero Street.
25Clark Center, James “Mitch” Mitchell, and Carl McDowell (l. to r Clark Center, James “Mitch” Mitchell, and Carl McDowell (l. to r.) at Mr. Center’s retirement dinner from the Paducah Union-Carbide Plant, Paducah, 1967.
26Samuel Jackson with gun and hunting dog, Henderson County, ca. 1916.
27The City Federation of Frankfort, Ky. , ca. 1947 The City Federation of Frankfort, Ky., ca This group was formed as a social and civic club.
28Pete Marshall at work, building a home for Brutus Jameson on East Main Street, ca. 1950s.
29World War I soldier, believed to be a Morton, undated.
30Alice Sanders, Evelyn Williams, Henry Sanders, Sallie Fields, Robert Sanders, and Dorothy Sanders from Frankfort relax in the infield at the Kentucky Derby in the mid-1950s.
31Billy Davis, winner of the Soap Box Derby, and Queen Lylia McGowan are congratulated by Steve Brooks, city recreation director. at the Franklin County playground closing festivities, 1972.
32Undated photograph taken at a theatrical production at Kentucky State College, Frankfort.
33Virginia Brooks and Marjorie Doneghy playing dress-up in a yard on Third Street, Frankfort, 1957.
34Children, dressed for church, in front of McCullin Hall, Kentucky State University, undated.
35Historians Dr. Thomas Clark and Dr Historians Dr. Thomas Clark and Dr. Henry Cheaney chat during a ceremony at the capitol rotunda, ca. 1980s.
36Winnie A. Scott, at right, in front of the Winnie A. Scott Hospital Winnie A. Scott, at right, in front of the Winnie A. Scott Hospital. The hospital was founded by Ms. Scott, a Frankfort teacher, in 1915.
37Mr. Robert Basey, standing in front of the Old State Capitol, Frankfort, ca. 1940s.
38Man with dog at farmhouse, possibly on the farm of Kentucky State College, undated.
39Mary Elizabeth Simmons pretends to milk a cow at Kentucky State's farm, ca
40Kentucky State University Homecoming parade, undated.
41Reading of proclamation at the renaming of Martin Luther King Drive ceremony, Frankfort, 1986.
42Changing street sign at the renaming of Martin Luther King Drive ceremony, Frankfort, 1986.
43Rev. and Mrs. Crayton at their wedding, Ebenezer Temple, Maysville, 1986.
44Dora Williams watches while her husband plays the guitar and girl dances, Maysville, 1909.
45Wilma Ryan, Stanton “Pig Iron” Thomas and Virginia Carr (l. to r Wilma Ryan, Stanton “Pig Iron” Thomas and Virginia Carr (l. to r.) prepare to board the John G. Fee Consolidated High School bus, Maysville, 1940.
46Three children standing with bicycle at tree, possibly Mason County, ca. 1900.
47Barney Parker as a young man, wearing a cap and holding a baton, Smiths Grove, ca. 1920s.
48Susan Ijames Bonnell (front), with Ed and Sam Jackson on the frozen Ohio River, Henderson County, ca
49Marie Yates sitting on a baggage cart at the Maysville train station, Maysville, ca. 1930.