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    • Red Cross Sanitarium, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Red Cross Hospital (Louisville, Ky.); Buildings; Hospitals; Architecture; Health care facilities; Segregation; African Americans; Minorities
    • Address: 1436 South Shelby Street. Exterior view of the brick building that housed the Red Cross Sanitarium, later known as the Red Cross Hospital. Founded in 1899 by local African American physicians, the hospital was originally in a private...
    • Red Cross Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky, 1930.

    • Red Cross Hospital (Louisville, Ky.); Hospitals; Health care facilities; Buildings; Architecture; Segregation; African Americans; Minorities
    • Address: 1436 South Shelby Street. Exterior of Red Cross Hospital, formerly the Red Cross Sanitarium, after expansion. Two-story brick structure shows two wings on the north and south sides of the building, each containing first-floor porches. A...
    • As the old Bonnycastle home looks in 1952.

    • Houses; Dwellings; Buildings; Architecture
    • Two-story light colored house obscured by two large trees in the yard. A swing sits in the yard of the house. A covered balcony is attached to the left side of the house. A two-story brick house, possibly an apartment building, sits to the left of...
    • Chalybeate Springs, Edmonson, Co. Ky.

    • Outbuildings; Springhouses; Buildings; Health resorts; Men; Women; People
    • A white man and woman stand beside the springhouse at Chalybeate Springs, a popular 19th century resort in Edmonson County, Ky. The springhouse is the only remaining structure of Chalybeate Springs and was listed on the National Register of...
    • Chalybeate Springs, Edmonson, Co. Ky.

    • Outbuildings; Springhouses; Buildings; Health resorts
    • A springhouse and several single story outbuildings stand beneath trees on the grounds of Chalybeate Springs, a popular 19th century resort in Edmonson County, Ky. The springhouse is the only remaining structure of Chalybeate Springs and was listed...
    • Chi Omega sorority house, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Fraternities & sororities; Student housing;
    • Chi Omega sorority, seen from the back. Current uses: Housing for sorority since 1970. Named in honor: Named Zelma Karr Jenks Home Management Building in 1951, in honor of Zelda Karr Jenks, who served as head of Home Economics from 1923 to 1941....
    • Chi Omega sorority house, 2012.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Model houses; Educational facilities;
    • Chi Omega Sorority house, with University Towers Apartments in the background. Current uses: Housing for sorority since 1970. Named in honor: Named Zelma Karr Jenks Home Management Building in 1951, in honor of Zelda Karr Jenks, who served as head...
    • Cardinal Stadium.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Stadiums; Parking lots; Automobiles; Vehicles;
    • Built on the site of Louisville and Nashville Railroad's South Louisville Shops, Cardinal Stadium is the University of Louisville's football stadium. It formerly bore the name of the locally-based pizza chain and sponsor, Papa Johns; the name was...
    • Chi Omega, University of Louisville, not later than 1969.

    • Fraternities & sororities; University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings; Night photographs; Chi Omega Fraternity. Beta Gamma Chapter (University of Louisville);
    • The front of the Chi Omega house at 2030 South First Street. The front doorway and the letters "Chi" and "Omega" are lit up, standing out in the darkness. Two women can be seen in the doorway. The sorority moved from this location to 2018 Unity...
    • Cardinal Stadium, University of Louisville.

    • Stadiums; University of Louisville--Football; University of Louisville--Buildings; Buildings; University of Louisville--Sports
    • A yellow and black crane stretches up toward a bank of lights near the entrance gates to Cardinal Stadium. University of Louisville's football stadium was built on the site of Louisville and Nashville Railroad's South Louisville Shops. It formerly...

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