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Image of Ring, Key

Ring, Key -

This is a molded plastic amd metal key ring for the 1991 politcal campaign of Leonard "Buck" Beasley for Commissioner of Agriculture. The key ring is white in the shape of an extra edition newspaper with blue lettering that reads "National News" and "BEASLEY/FOR COMMISSIONER/OF AGRICULTURE" with two shadowed stars on each side. There is a plactic tab extention forming a loop and fastened with a metal rivot. There is a metal ring for keys.

Image of Magazine - Frank Leslies Illustrated Newspaper, 3/15/1890

Magazine - Frank Leslies Illustrated Newspaper, 3/15/1890

This is Frank Leslies Illustrated Newspaper, History of the International American Conference Excursion, issued March 15, 1890. At the top is the title of the magazine "FRANK LESLIES / ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER" in two different shades of brown. Below this is a drawing of a silver bald eagle with one claw on an American flag shield, and the other on an olive branch, wings outstretched and surrounded by flags, many of which belong to Latin American nations. Within the flags and under the eagle is the image of a dock. Outside of the flags there are 3 images. Left to right they are: men baling hay, a steam engine, and what appears to be men mining. Below all of this are the words "HISTORY / OF THE I

Image of Newspaper - Sunday Star, "Living Has Been Joyous Adventure for Cliff Berryman, Who is 70 Today," 04/02/1938

Newspaper - Sunday Star, "Living Has Been Joyous Adventure for Cliff Berryman, Who is 70 Today," 04/02/1938

This is a newspaper clipping from the Sunday Star, published in Washington D.C., dated April 2, 1938. The title is "Living Has Been Joyous Adventure for Cliff Berryman, Who is 70 Today."

Image of Newspaper

Newspaper -

These two newspaper clippings are titled, 'Some Account of the Bloody Deeds of General Jackson.' The heading has six coffins depicting the executions of six militiamen and each coffin bears one of the names. The article includes a poem titled 'Mournful Tragedy' and there are two small inset articles, one headed by a row of 12 coffins. The other article has an image of Andrew Jackson stabbing Samuel Jackson. The article ends with this statement: "Gentle reader, it is for you to, whether this man, who carries a sword can, and is willing to run is thro' the body of any one who may presume to stand in his way, is a fit person to be our President." There is no indication as to which newspaper

Image of Newspaper - Newspaper, "Free Press of Louisville" vol. 1 no. 3

Newspaper - Newspaper, "Free Press of Louisville" vol. 1 no. 3

Newsprint alternative newspaper with cover featuring white man, white woman and black man in purple ink. The woman in staring at the viewer, while the mens' profiles are seen; masthead features quarter. At the top, in a purple box in white lettering is "FREE PRESS of / LOUISVILLE." To the left of these words, but still in the purple box is the face-side of a quarter with the word "REVELATION" printed at the upper edge of the coin. Underneath the image of the three people is the word "UNITE!" also in purple ink. The ink fades from purple to maroon to purple left-to-right across the page. On the back cover is a nude woman wearing a gas mask leaning against a wall with a gun upright against the

Image of Newspaper - Newspaper clippings, MacPherson-Tafel wedding (4)

Newspaper - Newspaper clippings, MacPherson-Tafel wedding (4)

These are a collection of 4 newspaper clippings documenting the marraige of Margaret Jean Macpherson to Arthur G Tafel. The first clipping is a photo of the "recent bride" in her wedding gown with the caption "Mrs. Arthur G. Tafel." The second is another photo of the "formerly Miss Margaret Macpherson," this time in normal dress, again with the caption "Mrs. Arthur G. Tafel." The third is a clipping titled "Macpherson-Tafel / Wedding Plans," and tells the details of where and when the wedding will be held as well as listing the maid and matron of honor, the best man, the groomsmen and the bridesmaids. Below this is a list of the parties held, or to be held, for Miss Macpherson. The final clip

Image of Newspaper - Newspaper, "Free Press of Louisville" vol. 1 no. 10

Newspaper - Newspaper, "Free Press of Louisville" vol. 1 no. 10

Newsprint alternative newspaper with orange/black cover featuring "lilliputians" pulling down the letters in "USA". At the top is an orange box with the words "Free Press / of Lou" in black ink. To the right of these words, also in the box, is "25" with the cent sign to its right.

Image of Newspaper - Newspaper, "Free Press of Louisville" vol. 1 no. 11

Newspaper - Newspaper, "Free Press of Louisville" vol. 1 no. 11

This is a copy of the "Free Press of Louisville" alternative newspaper. It has a blue and black cover featuring the Statue of Liberty dressed in an American flag with a shield labeled, "FREE SPEECH". At the top, there's a black box with "FREE PRESS of / LOUISVILLE" printed in blue. Next to those letters, still within the box is the price of 25 cents and a picture of the face-side of a quarter, with the word "REVELATION" stamped on the upper edge of the coin. The volume number is 1, the issue is 11.

Image of Clipping, Newspaper

Clipping, Newspaper -

This is a newspaper clipping cut out front page of the November 4, 1948 issue of the Chicago Daily Tribune with a banner headline proclaiming a Harry Truman victory over Republican Thomas Dewey in the 1948 presidential race: "IT'S TRUMAN BY 1,500,000." This issue was a retraction of the paper's declaration on 11/03/1948 that "DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN".

Image of Clipping, Newspaper

Clipping, Newspaper -

This is a clipping from the front page from the Chicago Daily Tribune with the headline "DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN." The paper is dated November 3, 1948, late edition, proclaiming a Thomas Dewey victory over incumbent Harry S. Truman in the 1948 presidential race.

Image of Print - "Torpedo in the Western Rivers" and "Stockade on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad"

Print - "Torpedo in the Western Rivers" and "Stockade on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad"

This page from the February 7, 1863 edition of Harper's Weekly is from pages 85 and 86. Page 85 has two illustrations: "Torpedo in the Western Rivers" and "Stockade on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad." Across the top margin, it says, "FEBRUARY 7, 1863.] HARPER'S WEEKLY. 85." There is a handwritten inscription in the upper right hand corner that reads, "KY C War." The print at the top has a caption that reads "TORPEDO IN THE WESTERN RIVERS. - SKETCHED BY A NAVAL OFFICER. - [SEE PAGE 95.]." The torpedoes depicted are fired by friction. A body of water is shown with two powder-filled demijohns suspended in the water. They are connected to one another by a wire. The demijohns are kept aflo

Image of Book - Nick: Collected Columns of Nick Clooney

Book - Nick: Collected Columns of Nick Clooney

This is an autographed copy of "Nick: Collected Columns of Nick Clooney" by Nick Clooney. The book has a red-brown linen hardback cover. The dust cover is blue with caricature of Nick Clooney facing toward the left while wearing a blue suit with his hands in his pocket. Clooney's autograph on the interior of the book reads, "To the Kentucky / History Center / From Kentuckian, Nick Clooney / March, 1999."

Image of Book - Nick: Collected Columns of Nick Clooney

Book - Nick: Collected Columns of Nick Clooney

This is an autographed copy of "Nick: Collected Columns of Nick Clooney" by Nick Clooney. The book has a red-brown linen hardback cover. The dust cover is blue with caricature of Nick Clooney facing toward the left while wearing a blue suit with his hands in his pocket. Clooney's autograph on the interior of the book reads, "To the Kentucky / History Center / From Kentuckian, Nick Clooney / March, 1999."

Image of Perforator, Printing

Perforator, Printing -

This perforating press is made of heavy black enameled cast rectangular iron base with integral arching armature supporting lever activated toothed bar. There are red and gold stencils on sides and top of frame.

Image of Block, Printing

Block, Printing -

This printing block is a printer's "zinc" or engraving of mule. The wooden block with copper and zinc "sandwich" plate is of mule standing in grass.

Image of Block, Printing

Block, Printing -

This printing block is a printer's "zinc" or engraving of mule. The wooden block is missing from the copper and zinc sandwich image.

Image of Block, Printing

Block, Printing -

This printing block is a printer's "zinc" or engraving of mule and draft horse. The copper and zinc "sandwich" has an acid etched image of mule and draft horse.

Image of Block, Printing

Block, Printing -

This printing block is a printer's "zinc" or engraving of man on a horse tacked to layered wooden block. The copper and zinc "sandwich" is a of photo engraving of uniformed man on horse with crowd in background.

Image of Block, Printing

Block, Printing -

This printing block is a printer's "zinc" or engraving of mule. It is missing the wooden block but has the copper and zinc sandwich image

Image of Block, Printing

Block, Printing -

This printing block is a printer's "zinc" or engraving of donkey. The image is made of a copper and zinc snadwich and is tacked to a wooden block.