Spiceland, Indiana Train Depot
The Spiceland, Indiana train depot is seen here with a passenger train on the tracks. First known as the Lake Erie & Western Railroad depot, it later became a part of the Nickel Plate Railroad. People with bicycles and carriages are waiting beside the station.
Portrait of a Young Man With a Pearl Stickpin
A young man with a slight wave in his hair poses in the photographer's studio. He wears a dark suit, white shirt with a high collar, a pearl stickpin in his tie, and a handkerchief in his pocket.
Table Covered With Flowers and Photographs of a Young Woman
A table covered with a flowered cloth displays flowers, a guitar, and four photographs in remembrance of a young woman.
Stigleman Manufacturing Company, Tall Oak China Cabinet
Shown here is a detail shot of the top portion of a tall oak china cabinet. Note the elaborate carving and the round beveled mirror at the top.
Stigleman Manufacturing Company, Short Oak Cupboard
A small oak cupboard on wheels is displayed with decorative handles, three drawers, a bin, and a pull-out work counter.
Stigleman Manufacturing Company, Short Oak Cupboard
The short oak cupboard here has decorative handles and is on white ceramic wheels. There are four drawers on the left, a center door, and a bin on the right side is open.
Pope Francis apologizes to victims of church sex abuse scandal
Pope Francis met with victims of the church sex abuse scandal at the Vatican --- his first since becoming pontiff nearly sixteen months ago. Deborah Gembara reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and internat
George W. Ham letter to Kate Ballard, March 16, 1862
Mr. Ham writes of terrible winter storm while waiting for rail transportation. He also tells of miserable conditions in the train followed by describing marching from Bowling Green, Kentucky into Tennessee.,Transcripts provided by previous owner. Catharine (Kate) Ballard became Catharine (Kate) Garman when she married George Garman in October, 1864.
the night in the open air the next morning we again Started And marched five or six miles and stopped for the wagons to come up but they didn’t come and we had to bivouac in the open air as before but I must hasten as I have but a little time to write we reached Bowling-Green the fifth day of our march we camped in one of old Buckners Camping grounds to recruit our strength and to await an opportunity to cross the river (Barren) we remained here for three days when we were ordered to cros
John Williams and wife has 5 children 3 boys two girls the girls are the younger his wife Lewis married & Katherine ^ has three boys verry promising children his wifeEverett & his wife has two girl & boy the youngest Morrie Williams & Mary Ann has no children yet Everett my son Received a letter from Joseph A Pearson some time i
Two boys in sailor suits
Two boys stand with their arms around each other. The boys are dressed in sailor suits. The smaller boy wears a white suit with short pants, while the taller boy wears a dark suit with long pants.
Woman in a hat
Profile of a woman wearing a large bonnet tied under her chin with a sash. The bonnet is adorned with large flowers on one side. The woman is holding a small bouquet of flowers. She is wearing fingerless lace gloves.
Two women sewing
Two women are sewing near a window with sunlight streaming in. One is sewing on a machine, the other is darning a sock.
Older woman in a mantilla
An older woman is shown sitting in a chair in front of a painted backdrop of trees. The woman wears a mantilla with a ruffled edge that is draped over her head and flows down over the arm of the chair.
Young boy with a cloth hat
A young boy is pictured seated in a chair. He is wearing a long sleeve shirt and tie. A cloth hat is resting on his knee.
Woman wearing an evening dress
A woman is posed in an off the shoulder evening gown. The bodice of the dress has beadwork. She is wearing a string of pearls and has her hair styled back away from her face and pulled up on her head. Light is coming through the window on her right.
Girl playing with her doll
A young girl is posed in a nursery. Several dolls are visible in the background. She is standing by a bassinet reaching towards a doll lying in it. The girl is wearing a summer dress and has a large bow in her hair. Lace curtains hang from the windows.
Woman reading by a window
A woman is posed sitting in a leather chair by a window. She is reading a book with light coming through the window over her right shoulder. She wears a long lace dress, a necklace, and a bracelet.
Cochrane Bridge, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of Cochrane Bridge near Mobile, Ala.
Readings in the History of Aesthetics
Anyone with connection to the Internet has access to a vast number of philosophical documents via online etexts. Fortunately, quite a bit of the best work in philosophy is in the public domain, and a few of these readings provide a convenient access for almost anyone seeking information and help in the history of aesthetics. However, many of the historically significant writings in aesthetics are not presently available on the Internet, and this open source text helps somewhat to remedy that nee