103½ N 32nd Street, Louisville, Kentucky. The entire south side of this building has been painted over in white, with the letters "E", "N", and "T" appearing across the buttresses where the paint has peeled.
Buildings; Bars; Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Electric signs; Horses
Two-story brick building at the corner of Thirty-Second and Rudd, Louisville, Kentucky. Ground floor houses John H. LaPaille's Saloon. A horse is visible in the background, as are ads for Mother's Bread and Duke's Mixture tobacco.