Lindsay family papers

Abstract

The Lindsay family papers (dated 1794-1932, undated bulk 1867-1930; 24.17 cubic feet; 52 document boxes, 3 shoeboxes, 4 oversize boxes) comprise correspondence, legal and financial documents, political speeches and addresses, family and travel photographs, and account books that reflect the professional and personal lives of the nineteenth century Kentucky Senator William Lindsay and his wife Eleanor Holmes Lindsay, vice-president of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Lindsay family papers
Extent
24.17 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Legislators -- United States.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged into 9 series by subject and format: Bills and receipts, Business and calling cards, Correspondence, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Files, Legal papers, Photographs, Scrapbooks and account books, and Speeches.
Finding Aid Author
Arrangement and description revised and updated by Morgan LeMaster and Sarah Mackenzie Wade
Preferred Citation
54m59 : [identification of item], Lindsay family papers, 1794-1932, 1867-1930 (bulk dates), undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
William Lindsay, a native of Rockbridge County, Virginia, moved to Kentucky in 1854 where he read law and began legal practice in Clinton, Kentucky in 1858. Following service in the Confederate Army, he returned to his practice in Clinton and was subsequently elected to the Kentucky legislature (1867-1870) and the Kentucky Court of Appeals (1870-1878), where he served as Chief Justice during 1877-1878. Lindsay practiced law in Frankfort for a number of years thereafter and was elected again to the Kentucky legislature in 1890. He was appointed U.S. Senator in 1893 and elected to a full Senate term in the following year.
Lindsay married Eleanor Holmes, his third wife, in 1883. Eleanor was active in state and national programs of the Daughters of the American Revolution. A one time vice-president of the national society, she served as chairman of the committee on architecture which oversaw construction of the D. A. R. Memorial Continental Hall in Washington, D. C. (ca. 1903).
Scope and Content
The Lindsay family papers (dated 1794-1932, undated bulk 1867-1930; 24.17 cubic feet; 52 document boxes, 3 shoeboxes, 4 oversize boxes) comprise correspondence, legal and financial documents, political speeches and addresses, family and travel photographs, and account books that reflect the professional and personal lives of the nineteenth century Kentucky Senator William Lindsay and his wife Eleanor Holmes Lindsay, vice-president of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Much of the collection consists of legal and political correspondence to William Lindsay during his tenure in the Kentucky General Assembly and throughout his career as a judge and lawyer. The collection also features speeches given by Lindsay to the Democratic party and the Senate as well as correspondence to Eleanor Lindsay in her leadership capacities with the National Society of the DAR.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Bills and receipts, 1850-1931, undated

Comprises Lindsay family bills and receipts for domestic goods purchased and services rendered. Arranged chronologically by year.

1850-1869

  • Box 36, folder 6
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1870-1875

  • Box 36, folder 7
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1876-1879

  • Box 36, folder 8
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1880-1881

  • Box 37, folder 1
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1882-1883

  • Box 37, folder 2
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1884-1885

  • Box 37, folder 3
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1886

  • Box 37, folder 4
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1887

  • Box 37, folder 5
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1888

  • Box 37, folder 6
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1889

  • Box 37, folder 7
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1890

  • Box 37, folder 8
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1891

  • Box 37, folder 9
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1892

  • Box 38, folder 1
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1893

  • Box 38, folder 2
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1894-1895

  • Box 38, folder 3
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1896

  • Box 38, folder 4
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1897

  • Box 38, folder 5
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1898-1899

  • Box 38, folder 6
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1900-1902

  • Box 38, folder 7
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1903

  • Box 39, folder 1
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1904

  • Box 39, folder 2
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1905

  • Box 39, folder 3
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1906

  • Box 39, folder 4
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1907

  • Box 39, folder 5
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1908

  • Box 39, folder 6
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1909

  • Box 39, folder 7
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1910-1914

  • Box 40, folder 1
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1914-1919

  • Box 40, folder 2
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1920-1924

  • Box 40, folder 3
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1925-1931

  • Box 40, folder 4
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undated

  • Box 40, folder 5
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Business and calling cards, undated

Comprises business and calling cards of Lindsay family acquaintances, clients, and government officials, including foreign ambassadors, shopkeepers, businessmen, lawyers, and judges. Arranged alphabetically by last name.

A-E, undated

  • Box 40, folder 6
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F-L, undated

  • Box 41, folder 1
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Lindsay-R, undated

  • Box 41, folder 2
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S-Z, undated

  • Box 41, folder 3
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Correspondence, 1794-1932, undated

Constitutes the bulk of the collection, with correspondence to William Lindsay and Eleanor Holmes Lindsay. William Lindsay correspondence dates primarily from 1867 to 1909 and consists of letters pertaining to legal cases under his consideration, Kentucky politics, job applications, and personal matters. Many letters from 1896-1930 relate to Democratic Party disputes over state and national issues; these include letters from various important figures within the sound money faction such as: Cassius M. Clay, Jr., Walter N. Haldeman, and John Wallen. Additional notable correspondents include William Howard Taft, William Goebel, Theodore Roosevelt, James Blaine, Ollie James, James Knott, and Adlai Stevenson, and members of the Breckinridge and Clay families. Eleanor Lindsay correspondence dates primarily from 1883 to 1930, with personal letters and letters concerning her work with the Daughters of the American Revolution. Additional correpondence includes invitations to the Lindsay family for social engagements, society and club meetings, weddings, and government events. Arranged in subseries by year, correspondent, and format. The subseries by year is arranged chronologically and thereunder alphabetically by correspondet's last name. The subseries by correspondent is arranged alphabetically by correspondent's last name and consists primarily of undated correspondence, with unidentified correspondence at the end.

By year, 1794-1932, undated

1794-1866

  • Box 1, folder 1
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1867-1869

  • Box 1, folder 2
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1870

  • Box 1, folder 3
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1871

  • Box 1, folder 4
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1872

  • Box 1, folder 5
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1873

  • Box 1, folder 6-7
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1874

  • Box 1, folder 8-10
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1875

  • Box 1, folder 11-12
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1876

  • Box 1, folder 13-14
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1877

  • Box 2, folder 1-4
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1878

  • Box 2, folder 5-9
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1879

  • Box 3, folder 1-6
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1880

  • Box 3, folder 7-11
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1881

  • Box 4, folder 1-4
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1882

  • Box 4, folder 5-9
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1883

  • Box 5, folder 1-5
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1884

  • Box 5, folder 6-9
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1885

  • Box 6, folder 1-7
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1886

  • Box 6, folder 8
  • Box 7, folder 1-4
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1887

  • Box 7, folder 5-6
  • Box 8, folder 1-4
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1888

  • Box 8, folder 5-7
  • Box 9, folder 1
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1889

  • Box 9, folder 2-7
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1890

  • Box 10, folder 1-6
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1891

  • Box 10, folder 7
  • Box 11, folder 1-8
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1892

  • Box 11, folder 9
  • Box 12, folder 1-6
  • Box 13, folder 1
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1893

  • Box 13, folder 2-6
  • Box 14, folder 1-2
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1894

  • Box 14, folder 3-6
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1895

  • Box 14, folder 7
  • Box 15, folder 1-6
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1896

  • Box 15, folder 7-8
  • Box 16, folder 1-4
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1897

  • Box 16, folder 5-6
  • Box 17, folder 1-6
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1898

  • Box 17, folder 7
  • Box 18, folder 1-8
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1899

  • Box 19, folder 1-5
  • Box 20, folder 1-3
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1900

  • Box 20, folder 4-9
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1901

  • Box 20, folder 10-11
  • Box 21, folder 1-3
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1902

  • Box 21, folder 4-10
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1903

  • Box 22, folder 1-6
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1904

  • Box 22, folder 7-10
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1905

  • Box 23, folder 1-3
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1906

  • Box 23, folder 4-8
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1907

  • Box 23, folder 9-12
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1908

  • Box 24, folder 1-5
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1909

  • Box 24, folder 6-8
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1910

  • Box 24, folder 9-10
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1911

  • Box 25, folder 1
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1912

  • Box 25, folder 2
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1913

  • Box 25, folder 3
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1914

  • Box 25, folder 4
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1915

  • Box 25, folder 5
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1916-1917

  • Box 25, folder 6
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1918-1919

  • Box 25, folder 7
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1920-1927

  • Box 25, folder 8
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1923-1925

  • Box 26, folder 1
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1926-1932

  • Box 26, folder 2
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Postcard of Auto Road near Moraine Lake to Mrs. William Lindsay, undated

  • Box 50, item 34
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By correspondent, 1888-1900, undated

A, undated

  • Box 26, folder 3
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Bab-Bam, undated

  • Box 26, folder 4
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Ban-Banks, undated

  • Box 26, folder 5
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Banta- Bronston, undated

  • Box 26, folder 6
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Brooke-Buxton, undated

  • Box 26, folder 7
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C, undated

  • Box 26, folder 8
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D, undated

  • Box 27, folder 1
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E, undated

  • Box 27, folder 2
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F, undated

  • Box 27, folder 3
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G, undated

  • Box 27, folder 4
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H, undated

  • Box 27, folder 5
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Holmes, Sarah Lacy Jones to Eleanor Holmes Lindsay, undated

  • Box 27, folder 6
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I-J, undated

  • Box 27, folder 7
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K, undated

  • Box 27, folder 8
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L, undated

  • Box 28, folder 1
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Lindsay, undated

  • Box 28, folder 2
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Lindsay, Eleanor H., undated

  • Box 28, folder 3
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M, undated

  • Box 28, folder 4
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N, undated

  • Box 28, folder 5
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O, undated

  • Box 28, folder 6
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P, undated

  • Box 28, folder 7
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Q, undated

  • Box 28, folder 8
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R, undated

  • Box 28, folder 9
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Sa-Sm, undated

  • Box 29, folder 1
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Sn-Sw, undated

  • Box 29, folder 2
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T, undated

  • Box 29, folder 3
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U-V, undated

  • Box 29, folder 4
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W, undated

  • Box 29, folder 5
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Y-Z, undated

  • Box 29, folder 6
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Letters to Eleanor H. Lindsay from unidentified persons, undated

  • Box 29, folder 7
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Letters to Eleanor H. Lindsay from Artie, Mattie B. L., and Nancy, undated

  • Box 29, folder 8
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Unidentified correspondence, undated

  • Box 29, folder 9
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Incomplete and unsigned correspondence, undated

  • Box 30, folder 1
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William Goebel letters to William Lindsay, 1888 June 12-1900 August 9

  • Folder 1
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Taft, William Howard letter to William Lindsay, 1893 July 17

  • Folder 2
Congratulatory letter from Taft upon William Lindsay's election to the Senate.
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Invitations, 1883-1929, undated

1883-1886

  • Box 30, folder 2
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1887-1891

  • Box 30, folder 3
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1892-1896

  • Box 30, folder 4
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1897-1898

  • Box 30, folder 5
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1899-1900

  • Box 30, folder 6
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1901-1904

  • Box 31, folder 1
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1905-1931

  • Box 31, folder 2
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undated

  • Box 31, folder 3-5
  • Box 32, folder 1-3
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Kentucky invitations, 1877-1910

  • Box 32, folder 4
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Presidential invitations, 1895-1901

  • Box 32, folder 5
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Wedding invitations, 1872-1890

  • Box 32, folder 6
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Wedding invitations, 1891-1895

  • Box 32, folder 7
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Wedding invitations, 1896-1898

  • Box 33, folder 1
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Wedding invitations, 1899-1901

  • Box 33, folder 2
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Wedding invitations, 1902-1907

  • Box 33, folder 3
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Wedding invitations, 1908-1914

  • Box 33, folder 4
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Wedding invitations, 1915-1929

  • Box 33, folder 5
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Wedding invitations, undated

  • Box 34, folder 1
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Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), 1890-1932, undated

Comprises correspondence, fliers, pamphlets, and meeting materials that document Eleanor H. Lindsay's work with the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.). Arranged chronologically by year.

DAR, National Mary Washington Memorial Association, 1890-1915

  • Box 34, folder 2
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DAR revolutionary relics, 1896-1903

  • Box 34, folder 3
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1895-1896

  • Box 34, folder 4
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1897

  • Box 34, folder 5
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1898

  • Box 34, folder 6
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1899

  • Box 34, folder 7
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1900

  • Box 34, folder 8
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1901

  • Box 34, folder 9
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1902

  • Box 34, folder 10
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1903

  • Box 35, folder 1
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1904-1907

  • Box 35, folder 2
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1908-1912

  • Box 35, folder 3
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1913

  • Box 35, folder 4
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1914

  • Box 35, folder 5
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1915

  • Box 35, folder 6
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1916-1920

  • Box 35, folder 7
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1921-1925

  • Box 35, folder 8
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1926-1932

  • Box 36, folder 1
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undated

  • Box 36, folder 2-5
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Photograph of autograph of Thomas Jefferson presented to the DAR by Eleanor Holmes Lindsay, undated

  • Box 50, item 23
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Files, 1869-1931, undated

Comprises William Lindsay and Lindsay family files, with travel cards and tickets, funeral notices, and papers that reflect the family's civic engagement in national societies, committees, and community affairs. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Advertisements, 1877-1910

  • Box 47, folder 1
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Advertisements, 1911-1929

  • Box 47, folder 2
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Advertisements, undated

  • Box 47, folder 3-5
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Advertisement books, 1887-1915, undated

  • Box 55, folder 1
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Biographical clippings and notes, 1892-1900

  • Box 55, folder 2
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Broadsides and playbills, 1869-1900, undated

  • Box 55, folder 3
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Cards, holiday cards, and thank yous, 1877-1931, undated

  • Box 55, folder 4
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Commissions, 1899-1906

  • Box 55, folder 5
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Clippings, 1892-1910, undated

  • Box 55, folder 6-7
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Estate, will, settlement, 1900-1912

  • Box 56, folder 1
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Funeral notices and memorials, 1890-1924, undated

  • Box 56, folder 2
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Inventories and lists, 1897-1905

  • Box 56, folder 3
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Inventories and lists, 1906-1908

  • Box 56, folder 4
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Inventories and lists, undated

  • Box 56, folder 5
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Leases, 1901-1928

  • Box 56, folder 6
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Liberty loan, Women's Committee, Franklin County, 1918

  • Box 56, folder 7
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Lists of names, 1897-1898, undated

  • Box 56, folder 8
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Memberships and societies, 1899-1920, undated

  • Box 57, folder 1-2
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National Society of United States Daughters of 1812, 1892-1928

  • Box 57, folder 3
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Notices, 1883-1928

  • Box 57, folder 4
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Pamphlets, 1879-1915, undated

  • Box 57, folder 5-6
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Political and Senate business, 1870-1908

  • Box 57, folder 7
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Printed materials, 1887-1910, undated

  • Box 58, folder 1
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Printed materials, business, 1874-1926, undated

  • Box 58, folder 2
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Prints, undated

  • Box 43, folder 4
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Programs, menus, and luncheon invitations, 1873-1919, undated

  • Box 58, folder 3
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School related documents, 1870-1899, undated

  • Box 58, folder 4
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Society of Kentucky Women, 1907-1926, undated

  • Box 58, folder 5
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Tickets and travel cards, 1878-1909, undated

  • Box 58, folder 6
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Tickets and travel cards, 1890-1902, undated

  • Box 58, folder 7
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Travel abroad, passports, documents, 1888-1910, undated

  • Box 59, folder 1
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World's Columbian Exposition, 1890-1893

  • Box 59, folder 2
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World's Columbian Exposition, Liberty Bell Committee, 1893-1895

  • Box 59, folder 3
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Writings and notes, 1880-1927, undated

  • Box 59, folder 4
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Writings and notes, 1891-1908, undated

  • Box 59, folder 5
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Legal papers, 1857-1910, undated

Comprises legal documents related to William Lindsay's private practice, judgeship, and term as Senator. Includes contracts, wills, official government documents, appeals, and depositions. Arranged chronologically by year.

1857-1869

  • Box 41, folder 4
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1870-1877

  • Box 41, folder 5
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1878-1879

  • Box 42, folder 1
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1880-1882

  • Box 42, folder 2
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1883-1884

  • Box 42, folder 3
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1885-1889

  • Box 42, folder 4
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1890-1984

  • Box 42, folder 5
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1895-1899

  • Box 42, folder 6
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1900-1910

  • Box 43, folder 1
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undated

  • Box 43, folder 2-3
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Photographs, 1869-1917, undated

Comprises photographs of the Lindsay family and scenes from their travels in the U.S. and abroad. Arranged alphabetically in subseries by subject.

Europe, undated

Lucerne, Switzerland hotel, view of lake, undated

  • Box 53, item 10
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Brussels Museum, Le Bouton de Rose, undated

  • Box 50, item 24
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House of Commons, London, Speaker's seat, undated

  • Box 50, item 27
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Unidentified man leaning on railing in an opening in a tunnel in Switzerland, undated

  • Box 50, item 35
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No. 293 Axenstrasse, a winding road in the mountains of Switzerland, undated

  • Box 50, item 36
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Landscapes, 1899-1900, undated

A white ox pulling a wagon covered in hay through field, undated

  • Box 50, item 25
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Monument among trees, undated

  • Box 49, item 29
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Flowers, undated

  • Box 49, item 30
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Highland cliffs near sea, undated

  • Box 50, item 31
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Pond or lake surrounded by trees, undated

  • Box 50, item 33
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Flowers with butterflies, undated

  • Box 53, item 39
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Photo of flowers, undated

  • Box 53, item 40
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Creek in woods with overhanging trees, undated

  • Box 53, item 41
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View of low mountains with large waterfall and creek, undated

  • Box 54, item 42
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A stream in the woods, undated

  • Box 54, item 45
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Bridal Sud fall, Buck Forest; six people in overhang under waterfall, undated

  • Box 54, item 46
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A view of the Kentucky River from Glen's Peak Pike, undated

  • Box 54, item 47
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Elkhorn Creek near the falls, undated

  • Box 54, item 48
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A cable car, undated

  • Box 51, item 108
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Large house from a distance, undated

  • Box 49, item 1
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Railroad trestle, undated

  • Box 49, item 2
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Castle, with a list of names and menu on reverse, 1899 March 4, undated

  • Box 50, item 4-5
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Well house and log shed, undated

  • Box 50, item 6-7
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Unidentified man standing in front of Spanish-style house, undated

  • Box 50, item 9
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House with white picket fence surrounded by trees, undated

  • Box 53, item 11
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Stone mill on creek, undated

  • Box 50, item 12
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Unidentified man posing in suit, undated

  • Box 49, item 49
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Three unidentified men sitting on a porch with dog, undated

  • Box 49, item 50
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Four adults and two children in a garden, undated

  • Box 49, item 51
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Unidentified man holding small child on shoulders, undated

  • Box 49, item 52
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Unidentified elderly man in front of a shore, undated

  • Box 49, item 53
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Several men on the deck of the USS Wilmington, Rio Panama, left to right: Admiral Schley, Captain Allibone, Lieutenant Wells, and Lieutenant Commander Robinson, 1900

  • Box 49, item 54
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Colors (Retreat ceremony) on the USS Wilmington, Rio Panama, 1900

  • Box 49, item 55
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Four men, a woman and a dog on a patio, undated

  • Box 49, item 56
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Two unidentified men holding up a carpet, undated

  • Box 49, item 57
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Two unidentified men sitting down reading outside, undated

  • Box 54, item 58
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A crowd of well-dressed men and women at an outdoor occasion, undated

  • Box 54, item 59
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National Soldiers Home, Memphis, Tennessee, undated

  • Box 53, item 17
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Ingleside the country residence of Col. Charles E. Hoge, undated

  • Box 52, item 109
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Thrisnelda - The Triumphal Procession of Germanicus, a photo of a painting by Carl Pilsty, undated

  • Box 49, item 21
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Woven rug laid over a brick floor, undated

  • Box 50, item 22
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Living room, undated

  • Box 53, item 28
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Postcard with picture of house amid trees, undated

  • Box 50, item 3
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Log cabin, with postcard to Mrs. William Lindsay, 1917 September 11

  • Box 50, item 26
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The New Pineville Hotel, Pineville, Kentucky (postcard), undated

  • Box 50, item 8
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North Carolina, undated

View from Battery Park Hotel, Asheville, North Carolina, undated

  • Box 50, item 13
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Old Mill near Hendersonville, North Carolina, undated

  • Box 50, item 14
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Log cabin on farm with dog in North Carolina, undated

  • Box 50, item 15
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Battery Park Hotel, Asheville, North Carolina, undated

  • Box 50, item 16
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The Land of the Sky, views of Western North Carolina, undated

  • Box 53, item 18-19
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Sulphur Spring near Asheville, North Carolina, undated

  • Box 53, item 20
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Fence near flowing creek near Hendersonville, North Carolina, undated

  • Box 50, item 32
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Views of Western North Carolina - Asheville and Vicinity; picture of a dirt path amongst trees, undated

  • Box 53, item 37
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The Land of the Sky - Western North Carolina views; two men gazing at view of mountains from top, undated

  • Box 53, item 38
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Waterfall in Hickory Nut Gap, undated

  • Box 54, item 43
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A ford in Hickory Nut Gap, four people in carriage pulled by horse crossing a creek, undated

  • Box 54, item 44
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People, 1869-1895, undated

Metal plate of William Lindsay, undated

  • Box 43, item 5
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Mrs. William Lindsay on the cover of Elite, 1893 April 15

  • Box 48, item 1
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Portrait of an unidentified lady, undated

  • Box 49, item 60
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Unidentified man with medals on his chest, undated

  • Box 49, item 61-62
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Unidentified man with mustache, undated

  • Box 49, item 63
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A tiny photo of three young men and a young woman; the photo is mounted in a paper folder with a poem printed on the inside page, undated

  • Box 49, item 64
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A young child outdoors, undated

  • Box 49, item 65
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Portrait of William Lindsay, undated

  • Box 49, item 66
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Geo. Huston Cartwell, aged five years and six months, undated

  • Box 49, item 67
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Portrait of Sam Patin and Ella Stimson - a man with a small girl, 1869

  • Box 49, item 68
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Portrait of Mrs. Stimson, undated

  • Box 49, item 69
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A man standing by a tree, undated

  • Box 49, item 70
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A young lady dressed in a long, white gown, wearing a wide-brimmed white hat, undated

  • Box 49, item 71
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An unidentified woman holding a baby, undated

  • Box 49, item 72
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An elderly lady, undated

  • Box 54, item 73
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A young lady [cameo], undated

  • Box 54, item 74
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A lady [cameo], undated

  • Box 54, item 75
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A tintype of two men, undated

  • Box 49, item 76
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A man sitting in a chair, undated

  • Box 49, item 77
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Bettie Eldridge Barret, aged 21 months, undated

  • Box 50, item 78
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A lady [the original of photo item No. 75], undated

  • Box 50, item 79
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Stable boy, undated

  • Box 50, item 80
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A man with a hoe over his shoulder, undated

  • Box 50, item 81
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A man standing in a field; a large house is in the background, undated

  • Box 50, item 82
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Evangeline, Thomas Ford, undated

  • Box 50, item 83
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A young lady holding a book, undated

  • Box 50, item 84
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Mrs. A.E. Stevenson, undated

  • Box 50, item 85
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A lady with horseshoe broach, undated

  • Box 50, item 86
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A lady wearing a dress with ruffles, undated

  • Box 50, item 87
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A lady wearing a cross neckalace, undated

  • Box 50, item 88
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Julia A. Beard, 1895

  • Box 50, item 89
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A young child in a white dress, undated

  • Box 50, item 90
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A young girl with a ribbon tied in a bow around her neck, undated

  • Box 51, item 91
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J.S. Bradford, 1892

  • Box 51, item 92
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An unidentified man with a moustache, undated

  • Box 51, item 93
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Mr H. Smith, undated

  • Box 51, item 94
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Mr. Elndo Mercer, Hardinsburg, Kentucky, undated

  • Box 51, item 95
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An unidentified man, undated

  • Box 51, item 96
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A different view of the man in item no. 96, undated

  • Box 51, item 97
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J. M. Holmes, 99 years old, undated

  • Box 51, item 98
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Geo. F. Bagby, DD; died 1900, undated

  • Box 51, item 99
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A lady [photo of a painting], undated

  • Box 51, item 100
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A man and a dog sitting on a bench, undated

  • Box 54, item 101
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A lady in a white dress, undated

  • Box 54, item 102
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A lady reading, undated

  • Box 52, item 103
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A lady [photo of a painting], undated

  • Box 54, item 104
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Mrs. Eleanor with baby son, undated

  • Box 52, item 105
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A lady sitting on a bench, undated

  • Box 54, item 106
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Three market women seated with baskets of vegatables, undated

  • Box 54, item 107
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A portrait of an unidentified man, undated

  • Box 52, item 110
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A portrait of an unidentified woman in white dress, undated

  • Box 52, item 111
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Scrapbooks and account books, 1879-1916, undated

Comprises scrapbooks of clippings and invitations, deposit and account books for groceries and homewares, a notebook of art lecture notes, and a guest book of signatures that detail the domestic activities of the Lindsay family.

Account book, 1879

  • Box 43, folder 6
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Account books, 1901-1904

  • Box 43, folder 7
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Account books, 1904-1908

  • Box 43, folder 8
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Account book, undated

  • Box 44, folder 1
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Deposit books, 1896-1897

  • Box 44, folder 2
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Diary and notebooks, 1884-1916, undated

  • Box 44, folder 3
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Guest book, undated

  • Box 44, folder 4
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M. Lindsay art lectures, undated

  • Box 44, folder 5
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Scrapbook, undated

  • Box 44, folder 6
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Scrapbook, undated

  • Box 45, folder 1
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Visiting list, undated

  • Box 45, folder 2
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Speeches, 1875-1908, undated

Comprises typescript and manuscript speeches and addresses by William Lindsay, including political speeches to the U. S. Senate and the Democratic Party and addresses to literary societies and the American Bar Association. Arranged chronologically.

Literary societies address, Bethel College, Russellville, Kentucky, 1875 June 9

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Purchase of Silver Bullion speech, U.S. Senate, 1893 September 15

  • Box 45, folder 4
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Senator re-election speech, 1894

  • Box 45, folder 5
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Coinage law speech, Frankfort Kentucky Opera House, 1895 June 13

  • Box 45, folder 6
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Ireland toast, Hibernian Society of Philadelphia 125th annual banquet, 1896 March 17

  • Box 45, folder 7
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American Bar Association address, 1899

  • Box 45, folder 8
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Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy address, 1907 January 19

  • Box 46, folder 1
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Democratic party speech, Louisville, Kentucky, 1908

  • Box 46, folder 2
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Central University law school address, undated

  • Box 46, folder 3
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Kentucky-Past, Present-Future , undated

  • Box 46, folder 4
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The Man and the Corporation , undated

  • Box 46, folder 5
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Old Times , undated

  • Box 46, folder 6
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Political speeches, undated

  • Box 46, folder 7-8
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Women and war, undated

  • Box 46, folder 9
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