Other Locations

Other Locations


Photo Collection


OTHER LOCATIONS

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of Image Negative

1 Circa 1900s 5 x 7 1 B&W Print 35mm B&W

Court Square, Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. Joy Jackson copied postcard in the possession of Terry Turnage in 1980.

2 Circa 1900s 5 x 7 2 B&W Print 35mm B&W

Hotel at South Strafford, Vermond. Dr. Joy Jackson copied photograph in 1980.

3 June 1988 4 x 6 1 original color postcard none

Recreated 1820s farmstead depicts pioneer life as experienced by Abraham Lincoln in his Indiana boyhood. Located on the original Thomas Lincoln property, the working farm features hewn-log buildings, fields and gardens, and a variety of animals. Costumed "pioneers" demonstrate daily farming and household chores. Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, Lincoln Living Historical Farm.

4 unknown 3 x 5 1 original color postcard none

Kentucky Military Institute at Farmdale (Franklin Springs) Kentucky. The headquarters and barracks buildings of the Kentucky Military Institute as they appeared shortly after the Civil War. Founded in 1845 by Col. R. T. P. Allen. West Point class of 1834, "the oldest private military school in America" achieved national recognition for its scholarship and military training as a degree-granting college. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, a precursor in the field of mental health, bought the 500-acre estate in 1893 and established the Stewart Home School.

5 unknown 4 x 6 1 original color postcard none

Kentucky Military Institute at Military Park-Lyndon , Kentucky. "The oldest private military school in America" was moved to this site in 1896 by Col. C. W. Fowler. The scene is from an original painting by Robert Mason Combs, S.I., a KMI alumnus. The artist embellished nostalgic features amid a quadrangle of KMI buildings and memorials as they appeared when KMI discontinued as a military institution in 1971.

6 June 1940 4 x 6 1 original postcard none

Mobile, Alabama, Radisson Admiral Semmes Hotel. Brick by brick the Admiral Semmes was built to last. With the same painstaking craftsmanship and attention to detail, Mobile’s landmark hotel has been restored, signaling the return of a grand tradition of Southern hospitality, comfort and elegance. Photo Courtesy Erik Overby Collection, University of South Alabama Archives.

7 1940s 4 x 6 1 original postcard none

Mobile, Alabama, Radissn Admiral Semmes Hotel. Modern TimesWith the coming of World War II, Servicemen engulfed Mobile. With them came rapid, radical change, affecting every facet of Mobile society. Photo Courtesy Erik Overby Collection, University of South Alabama Archives.

8 1920s 4 x 6 1 original postcard none

Mobile, Alabama, Radissn Admiral Semmes Hotel. Christmas ParadeA city quick to celebrate life’s moments. Photo Courtesy Erik Overby Collection, University of South Alabama Archives.

9 early 1900s 4 x 7 1 original postcard none

Mobile, Alabama, Radissn Admiral Semmes Hotel. Downtown Mobile Barber ShopAt the turn of the century, the barbar shp was a favorite place to gather for the latest news. Photo Courtesy: Historic Mobile Preservation Society Archives.



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