Methodist Church and Kappa Sigma Hall, Auburn, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of Gay Street in Auburn, Ala., showing the Auburn United Methodist Church and Kappa Sigma Hall in 1924. This is a small postcard cut from a larger postcard.
Merchants National Bank, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of Merchants National Bank in Mobile, Ala.
Social Disparities in Housing and Related Pediatric Injury: A Multilevel Study
Objectives. We conducted an ecologic analysis to determine whether housing characteristics mediate the associations between concentration of poverty and pediatric injury and between concentration of racial minorities and pediatric injury and whether the association between housing conditions and pediatric injury is independent of other risks. Methods. We created a hierarchical data set by linking individual-level data for pediatric injury with census data. Effect sizes were estimated with a Poi
Original Score of "Dixie"
This image is a black and white photograph of the original score for the song "Dixie." Postcard text: (back) Dan Emmett composed the words and music of "Dixie" but it was Herman Arnold of Montgomery, Ala., who in 1860, wrote the original score as Emmett played it to him on his violin. This score is preserved in the collections of the Alabama State Department of Archives and History.
Woodside, Bella Mina, Alabama
This image is a color photograph of Woodside, a home in Bella Mina, Alabama. Postcard text: (back) Home of Mr. & Mrs. Raymond W. Pepper. Woodside was built in 1845 by Governor Bibb, for his daughter. It was restored in 1902 by Mrs. Pepper's grandfather, Mr. John R. Witt, who was Alabama's first master farmer. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Dept. of Archives, Auburn University, Auburn, Ala., postmarked April 8, 1986.
Augusta Evans Wilson Homestead, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of the old homestead of Augusta Evans Wilson in Mobile, Ala., showing the drive up to the house bordered by trees with Spanish moss and azaleas.
Country Club, Montgomery, Alabama, circa 1932
This image is a colorized photograph of a building used by the Country Club in Montgomery, Ala., circa 1932. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Mr. Albert Jones, Jr., Montgomery, Ala., postmarked March 23, 1932.
Alabama State Archives Building, Montgomery, Alabama 1
This image is a colorized photograph of the Alabama State Archives building in Montgomery, Alabama. Postcard text: (back) The State Department of History and Archives Building is a memorial to Alabama and Alabamians in the World War. A number of rooms have been devoted to Museums of fine arts. Collections including Indian, military, Alabama-French, William Rufus King may be seen also. Genuine curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" post card
General View of Auburn University
This image is a black and white photograph showing a general view of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute campus. The Main Building, also known as Samford Hall, is the building on the left. The building in the center is Langdon Hall and the building next to it on the right is Biggin Hall. Harbert Center is the building behind Biggin Hall. Alabama Polytechnic Institute is the former name of Auburn University. Handwritten message (on front) from H.P. Powell addressed to Mrs. H.P. Powell, Atlanta, Ga
Asbestiform Fibers: Non-occupational Health Risks
Much of the more than 30 million tons of asbestos used in the United States since 1900 is still present as insulation in offices and schools, as vinyl-asbestos flooring in homes, and in other common products. This book presents a comprehensive evaluation of the relation of these fibers to specific diseases and the extent of non-occupational risks associated with them. It covers sources of asbestiform fibers, properties of the fibers, and carcinogenic and fibrogenic risks they pose. The book may
After Reconstruction: Studying the Problems of African-Americans in the South
This lesson encourages students to identify problems facing African Americans immediately after Reconstruction. Students then work in small groups to identify documents describing a particular problem, consider opposing points of view, and suggest a solution and present their research findings.
Finding, not searching
You can work smarter, not harder, by determining your searching style, learning more about what your searches return and why, and learning to look in the right place first.
The aim of this lesson is to develop students' understanding of the importance of managing time. It is the first lesson in the study skills series and is intended to support adult learners who are embarking on a course of study and need to acquire skills which will help them to be successful. The lessons are designed as a package with key skills reinforced in each subsequent lesson so that a study culture is developed over time. They can be delivered sequentially or used individually, as a whole
How Capitalism Saved America and How Government is Destroying It Art in Wichita: instruction, collection and innovation Professional on line learning programmes (2009) Jerusalem. Conférence Douchet
The Idea of Justice Tale of a Whale
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Art instruction, renowned collections and contemporary innovation represent the various offerings of Wichita’s primary visual art centers: the Wichita Center for the Arts, the Wichita Art Museum, and the Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art. Through their separate programs and objectives, these three institutions contribute to the city’s cultural vitality and make it more than just another dot on the map. Without the foresight of a number of her citizens, Wichita’s cultural climate would have rem
Professional learning is one of the natural niches of job opportunities for an educationalist. This special kind of Learning finds a perfect context in ICT, because the virtual environment allows workers from different fields to flexibly access learning programmes. There is flexibility in the timetable, as well as flexibility in the organization of contents and the level of depth of the programmes. This course is designed for working online. In consequence, the methodology is based on the comp
Landscape. A view from outside the Wall, pencil tinted with watercolor. Signed lower right and dated 4.8.35,Landscape. A view from outside the Wall, pencil tinted with watercolor. Signed lower right and dated 4.8.35
Amartya Sen explores the ways in which, and the degree to which, justice is a matter of reason, and of different kinds of reason. This event marks the launch of Professor Sen's new book The Idea of Justice. Amartya Sen is Lamont University Professor at Harvard and an honorary fellow of LSE. He won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1998 and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge 1998-2004. His books include Development as Freedom (OUP), The Argumentative Indian (Allen Lane-Penguin) and Identity a
In this issue’s lesson, students exercise their observation skills to do some of the actual work of marine biologists who study the endangered North Atlantic right whale. They identify an individual whale by examining photographs taken at sea. They then examine a record of sighting of the whale in order to track its movements.
Art in Wichita: instruction, collection and innovation
Professional on line learning programmes (2009)
The Idea of Justice
Tale of a Whale