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Gallery Catalogue By Kathleen Galvin
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This catalogue presents a body of work comprising a challenging invitational exhibit of leading university printmakers from twenty states throughout the South and Midwest. In February 2008, The Fire... More > House Gallery of Louisville, Georgia, and the Department of Art of Augusta State University (ASU) co-hosted an exhibition curated by award-winning printmaker and ASU art professor Kristin Casaletto. Prof. Casaletto selected one outstanding faculty printmaker from each of the twenty featured states. Each of the chosen faculty printmakers in turn submitted a print from his or her portfolio and one from the portfolio of an especially promising student, yielding a fascinating regional look at the mature and emerging state of the art.< Less
20/20 Vision, Second Edition Catalog By Kathleen Galvin
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This catalogue presents a body of work comprising a challenging invitational exhibit of leading university printmakers from twenty states throughout the South and Midwest. In May 2009, The Fire House... More > Gallery of Louisville, Georgia, and the Department of Art of Augusta State University (ASU) will co-host an exhibition of work by one outstanding faculty printmaker from each of twenty featured states; each of these faculty printmakers has in turn selected one epecially promising student to participate, yielding forty diverse and exceptional prints, along with a fascinating regional look at the mature and emerging state of the art.< Less
The Sunday Mass Obligation By R. Paul Beach
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A survey of the obligation encumbent upon Catholics to participate in the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. This work traces the development of the Sunday obligation from apostolic times to the... More > present day, focusing on what is necessary to fulfill the obligation according to Catholic Canon Law. Included is a treatise on whether the obligation can be satisfied by participating at Masses celebrated by members of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). This work is comprised of the thesis partially fulfilling the requirement for the degree Licentiate in Canon Law from the Catholic University of America by the Reverend R. Paul Beach, a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, KY.< Less
Family Equipping Discipleship - Family Worship Guide By David Tarkington
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Our Family Worship Guide is designed for parents of children ages birth through fifth grade. It is our conviction that God intends primary spiritual faith development of children to be led by parents... More > within the home. Our church offers this guide for parents to equip them to be lead disciple-makers in their homes. We seek to support and equip parents in this valuable journey of faith. Material in this booklet was compiled by Pastor David Tarkington from various sources, but primarily from the Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, Kentucky with added details from the Generations Ministry of firstFAMILY (First Baptist Church) in Orange Park, Florida.< Less
The Sunday Mass Obligation By R. Paul Beach
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A survey of the obligation encumbent upon Catholics to participate in the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. This work traces the development of the Sunday obligation from apostolic times to the... More > present day, focusing on what is necessary to fulfill the obligation according to Catholic Canon Law. Included is a treatise on whether the obligation can be satisfied by participating at Masses celebrated by members of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). This work is comprised of the thesis partially fulfilling the requirement for the degree Licentiate in Canon Law from the Catholic University of America by the Reverend R. Paul Beach, a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, KY.< Less
Trolley Cars of the McGuire-Cummings Manufacturing Company: The 1911 Catalog By McGuire- Cummings
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Based in Paris, Illinois, the McGuire - Cummings Manufacturing Co, built trolley cars, passenger coaches and electric locomotives from the 1890s until 1930. McGuire supplied rolling stock for many... More > of the midwest’s street railways and interurban lines, including the Peoria Railway, Ohio & Southern, the Illinois Central, Louisville & Eastern, Arkansas Valley, and others. Originally printed in 1911, this catalog shows McGuire’s full line. Accompanied by descriptive text and photos, it’s a wonderful resource for the model railroader, trolley spotter, and rail enthusiast. This reprint has been slightly reformatted, but care has been taken to preserve the integrity of the text.< Less
A World to Remember By Mark McDaniel
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Mark McDaniel is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville. He spent two decades living as a Benedictine monk at Saint Meinrad Archabbey, in Southern Indiana. A World to Remember... More > recalls his childhood in Owensboro, Kentucky during the first decades after World War II, when racial segregation prevailed throughout the South and Americans lived under the shadow of the Cold War. The book also conjures up the political and social chaos of the 1960s and examines religious life behind the cloister of a Benedictine monastery during the exciting years of reform that followed the Second Vatican Council.< Less
"Marse Henry" An Autobiography By Henry Watterson
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Henry Watterson (February 16, 1840 – December 22, 1921) was a United States journalist who founded the Louisville Courier-Journal. He also served part of one term in the United States House of... More > Representatives as a Democrat. Born in Washington, D.C., the son of Harvey Magee Watterson, a journalist and Congressman, Watterson became a newspaper reporter early in his life. He fought for the Confederate States of America under General Nathan B. Forrest during the American Civil War, and edited a pro-Confederate newspaper, the Chattanooga Rebel.< Less
A World to Remember By Mark McDaniel
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Mark McDaniel is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville. He spent two decades living as a Benedictine monk at Saint Meinrad Archabbey, in Southern Indiana. A World to Remember... More > recalls his childhood in Owensboro, Kentucky during the first decades after World War II, when racial segregation prevailed throughout the South and Americans lived under the shadow of the Cold War. The book also conjures up the political and social chaos of the 1960s and examines religious life behind the cloister of a Benedictine monastery during the exciting years of reform that followed the Second Vatican Council.< Less
Saltwater in the Bluegrass By Cliff Kice
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Enjoy this fast-paced adventure as Stringer’s newest case takes him far away from Florida and the comforts of home and into the heart of Kentucky during the yearly “Run for the... More > Roses” and the Derby Festival. Stringer’s cousin, Kristina, has recently married into one of the most prominent families in Louisville—the Ingram family. They own the local newspaper along with half the Ohio Valley. Disaster strikes when Kristina’s new husband, Lamar Ingram, dies in an apparent mining disaster. Within days of his death, an attempt is made on Kristina’s life. Now, she is on the run. With only one thing on her mind, collecting her rightful inheritance, she heads back home to Florida. Upon her arrival, things take a turn for the worst. All signs lead back to Katherine Ingram, the oldest sibling and new CEO of Ingram Enterprises. Stringer soon discovers that Katherine holds the keys to a lifetime of secrets and lies.< Less

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