Students of the Jefferson School of Law, an evening program which operated in downtown Louisville, Kentucky from 1905-1950 before merging with the University of Louisville School of Law, sit and lean in chairs, listening to a lecturer at a podium. The students are all male and all wear three-piece suits. Hooks on both visible walls are filled with hats and the occasional trench coat. Title supplied by cataloger.
Young children sit in chairs in a semi-circle inside a classroom. Handwritten on bottom border: 504. See ULPA 1982_001_423, ULPA 1982_001_477, and ULPA 1982_001_498 for other images of some of these children. Title supplied by cataloger.
Thomas L. Britton instructs elementary students. Thomas, one of the early students and teachers at Oneida, married Nell Hignite. He was also in charge of Bethany Academy, the branch school at Big Creek, for about ten years. Handwritten on bottom border: 364. Title supplied by cataloger.
The library and science room at the head of the stairs in Marvin Hall at Oneida Baptist Institute. Walls are lined with blackboards and bookshelves. Science projects sit on the tables. Student benches are at the right. A painting of young Jesus teaching the elders is on top of one bookcase.
Sixteen students in the high school geometry class pose in their classroom on second floor of Marvin Hall. Geometric solids sit on the table on the left and problems are on the blackboard on the right wall. Bige Hensley, wearing a dark shirt, is second from the right in the back row. Lillie DeZarn, who married Saul Hounchell, wears glasses and is seated in the front row.