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    • 10. Introduction to Surveying

    • Education; Camps
    • In this image students are using math skills with their Social Studies teacher to learn how math is used in surveying property. Here students hold lines, the tripod, sticks, and the other tools of surveying. Mr. Byars points to a measurement on the...
    • 110. George Roger Clark's home

    • Log Cabins
    • This image shows a two story log home with either an ell attached at the back, or a separate kitchen behind the home. Smoke is coming from the chimney. The house itself is perched on top of a bluff overlooking the Ohio River and is high enough for...
    • 134. Jeffersonville Canal

    • Maps; Canals
    • This 1835 map of the Falls Cities area in its early year is used to show the entry and exit points of a canal that had been built to ease transportation around the falls. The canal ran across Jeffersonville. It fell into disuse and was filled in.
    • 136. Lewis and Clark

    • Explorers
    • Shown are two small portraits of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. The images are shown in small circles with their names in the center of the page. Both men are dressed formally, not as they would have been dressed on their famous expedition.
    • 147. George Rogers Clark

    • Historic buildings
    • A collage of images have been photographed together to create this slide. In the upper left hand corner is George Roger Clark's tombstone in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville (Jefferson County, Kentucky), a sketch of George Rogers Clark in the upper...
    • 165. Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot

    • Military depots
    • The image shows the interior courtyard of the United States Army Quartermaster Depot located in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The wide pathway used by pedestrians and horse alike led from the front entrance on Tenth Street to the back entrance (shown)....
    • 18. Morning directions

    • Education; Camps
    • Three teachers stand to the center and left in this image. Four students stand behind them in one of the workshops. Mr. Edward Meyer is holding a half eaten banana and is giving instructions to someone off picture. Mr Byers, photographer for the...
    • 30. Horseshoes

    • Education; Camps
    • Another image from the playing field at the camp. A small screened in shelter stands at the left side, and a bus is parked beyond it. In the middle of the image and to the right, four boys play a game of horseshoes. A student, center and near the...
    • 329. 628 East Maple Street

    • Architecture; Residential streets
    • Two images appear on the slide. The left side image shows three homes on Maple Street, those of Professor Johnson, A. F. McNaughton, owner of the McNaughton Ironworks, and Frank Allen at 628 East Maple Street. The second image is taken from the end...
    • 359. Catholic and Methodist Churches

    • Architecture; Churches
    • Pictures of three churches were cut out of other photographs and placed on a background drawing with flowers on it and one image taken of the three together. These flowers show through in the spaces between the photographs of the churches. Working...
    • 360. Three more churches

    • Architecture; Churches
    • Pictures of three churches were lain on a drawing of wheat and a photograph taken of them as one unit. The grain of wheat shows in the spaces between the photos of the churches. Moving left to right the images show the German Methodist Church,...
    • 38. Zip Line Launch

    • Education; Camps
    • A young man has just been launched off the zip line stand and hangs from his seat in the air. The students behind him watch and wait their turn. The zip line launch is on the side of a small hill and starts just before a drop off in the hill.
    • 449. Court and Fulton Streets, 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Education
    • The two slides show images of the same house, the first during the flood in January 1937 and the second, a few weeks later in February 1937. The purpose was to show how much damage occurred six blocks north of the river.

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