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    • Women outside of the Democratic Campaign Headquarters, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Women; Buildings; Political elections; Political participation; Political campaigns; Voting; Women's suffrage; Campaign headquarters
    • A group of women campaign workers stand outside of the Democratic Campaign Headquarters at Floyd and Oak Sts. in Louisville, Ky. To the left is a brick building that housed the headquarters. The women are standing on the sidewalk and on the steps...
    • Headquarters for Jouett Todd for Congress, Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.

    • Automobiles; People; Stores & shops; Transportation; Campaign headquarters; Political campaigns
    • Address: 609 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A crowd gathers in front of the headquarters of Jouett Todd for Congress. A banner advertises, "Tax reduction through goverment [government] economy / Temperance through repeal and state control...
    • City Hall Annex and Fire Department Headquarters, Louisville, Kentucky, 1922.

    • City & town halls; City Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Historic buildings; Clock towers; Automobiles; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Fire stations; Buildings; Transportation
    • Address: 601 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. The East and South faces of the City Hall Annex in Italianate and Second Empire style are shown surrounded by cars parked on the street. The sidewalk is lined with street lamps with round...
    • Fire Department headquarters, 1920.

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines; Automobiles; Uniforms; Hats; Historic buildings; People; Men; Buildings
    • Address: 619 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Fire officials pose with their fire engines and other vehicles in front of the Fire Department headquarters. Near the roof of the building, two men's faces are carved. A number 2 is also...
    • Fire Department headquarters and Frank Fehr's sign, 1920.

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines; Uniforms; Hats; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Historic buildings; People; Men; Buildings
    • Address: 619 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Fire officials pose with their fire engine in front of the Fire Department headquarters. This building is in Richardsonian Romanesque style and was added to the National Register of Historic...
    • Fire chief's car at Fire Department headquarters, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Fire stations; Men; Automobiles; Children; Cobblestone streets; Buildings; People; Transportation
    • A shiny car is parked in front of the doors of the Fire Department Headquarters at 623 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A young boy with a hat sits at the wheel as four men stand around the car. Three of them wear hats. The side of the...
    • Fire department headquarters, Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1904.

    • Fire stations; City & town halls; City Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Historic buildings; Buildings
    • The Fire Department Headquarters built in 1891 at 617 W. Jefferson Street in Louisville, Kentucky. Designed by the McDonald Brothers in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, it was called "the most complete in the South or West" at its dedication....
    • Volunteers of America day nursery, Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Volunteers of America; Charitable organizations; Day care; Children; Signs (Notices)
    • Group of children and two caregivers posed for photograph on steps of Volunteers of America Headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky; sign hanging from side of building reads: Volunteers of America Headquarters, Free Day Nursery For Children. The...
    • Yellow Cab Co. Ext photos of new headquarters.

    • Buildings; Transportation facilities; Vehicles; Taxicabs
    • Exterior and interior views of Yellow Cab Company headquarters, including a garage, brick office building, parking lots with taxicabs, and office space.
    • Oral history interview with Louise Reynolds.

    • African Americans; African American politicians; African American businesspeople; African American business enterprises; Women politicians; Civil rights; Louisville (Ky.)--Politics and government; Politicians; Integration; Discrimination in housing
    • Oral history interview conducted with Louise Reynolds on June 13, 1979 by Mary Bobo. Louise Reynolds was the first African American woman elected alderman in the city of Louisville. Ms. Reynolds discusses her work with the Republican Party,...
    • Hook and Ladder Company #2, Louisville, Kentucky, 1932.

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines; Automobiles; Uniforms; Hats; Clock towers; Historic buildings; People; Transportation; Buildings
    • Address: 617-621 West Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. This street scene shows a fire engine coming out of Steam Engine Co. #2 and fire department headquarters as onlookers watch. Above the fire engine bay a sign says, "STOP, Caution, Fire...
    • Steamboats and bridges on the Ohio River, 1930.

    • Bridges; Rivers; Steamboats; Buildings; Transportation; Military facilities; Levees
    • Two steamboats are docked along the shore of the Ohio River. In the background are the Louisville Municipal Bridge, now known as the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, and the Big Four Bridge. A truck is parked on shore next to a ramp leading to...
    • Portrait of a woman, 1928.

    • Women; Portraits
    • Head and shoulders portrait of a middle-aged white woman. A note on the photograph invoice indicates the Republican State Headquarters should be charged for the photograph.

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