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John E. Thierman Photographic Collection
Transylvania University Special CollectionsLexington, Kentucky 40508 USA
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[Identification of item], John E. Thierman Photographic Collection, 1944-1970, PA 2,Special Collections, Transylvania University, Lexington.
ca. 7 cubic ft
John E. Thierman, a native of Louisville, Kentucky, was a resident of Nicholasville and Lexington during the period in which these photographs were taken. He was employed in Lexington by the Veteran's Administration as a rehabilitation therapist while simultaneously engaged in the sale of photographs to such publications as the LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL and SOUTHERN LIVING. Thierman was also a member of the Lexington Camera Club.
This collection consists of an estimated 2,200 photogaphic prints and negatives taken by free-lance photographer John E. Thierman, of Lexington. Included are black and white prints, and black and white and color negatives. Photographic subjects include agriculture, particularly tobacco and horse industries; boats and ships; bridges; covered bridges; capitol buildings of various southern states; churches; colleges and universities; construction of houses, buildings, dams, etc.; courthouses and other public buildings; historic sites; historic markers; mills; museums; general panorama; state and national parks; rivers, lakes, and streams; railroads; roads and highways; Lexington and Louisville street scenes; and weapons. The bulk of the photographs were taken in Kentucky, particularly the central and eastern sections of the state. Photographs or negative sleaves are consistently dated and labelled. Preliminary inventory.
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