College Seals 1914 - Transylvania University, College of the Bible, Hamilton College

College seals intertwined, in "The Crimson 1914" published by The Senior Classes of Transylvania University, The College of the Bible, and Hamilton College, Lexington, Kentucky. Volume 16. May 1914. Lexington, Ky.: Press of J.L. Richardson & Co., 1914.

The Crimson Yearbook 1914 - Transylvania University, College of the Bible, Hamilton College

Front page of "The Crimson 1914" published by The Senior Classes of Transylvania University, The College of the Bible, and Hamilton College, Lexington, Kentucky. Volume 16. May 1914. Lexington, Ky.: Press of J.L. Richardson & Co., 1914.

 

Dr. Richard Henry Crossfield, Jr.

Portrait of Dr. Richard Henry Crossfield, Jr. (22 October 1868 - 30 July 1951), president of Transylvania University, College of the Bible and Hamilton College. All three institutions were combined by 1912. Image snipped from "The Crimson 1914," published by The Senior Classes of Transylvania University, The College of the Bible, and Hamilton College, Lexington, Kentucky. Volume 16. May 1914. Lexington, Ky.: Press of J.L. Richardson & Co., 1914.

Dunbar High School basketball game circa 1960

Still photo from Dunbar High School basketball films from 1958 to 1964 in Lexington, Kentucky. Image snipped from "Curiosities & Wonders" (12 Feb 2021) http://ukyarchives.blogspot.com/2021/02/digitized-audio-and-film-added-to.html so to add to the announcement the films are now digitized and available via Explore UK.

Mary C. Roark, 1861-1922

Mary Caroline Creegan Roark (1 September 1861 - 1 February 1922) was born just south of Brighton, Iowa, on a family farm in Walnut Township, Jefferson County, Iowa, the daughter of Mary Ann McKee Creegan, of Ohio and Daniel Creegan, a farmer from Virginia.

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