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    • George Mayer of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • George Mayer of Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Lawyers

    • Portrait of George Mayer of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a suit and glasses. Crop marks outline his image, and the photograph is marred with discolorations. Handwritten on back of image: new Assistant Commonwealth Attorney.
    • George Mayer of Louisville, Kentucky, 1922.

    • George Mayer of Louisville, Kentucky, 1922.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Lawyers; Government employees

    • Portrait of George Mayer of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing glasses and a printed tie. The photograph has been painted on outlining his image. Stamped on back of image: August 30, 1922. Handwritten on back: Stenographer & Secretary to...
    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Health care facilities; Hospitals; Marine hospitals; United States. Marine Hospital, no. 11 (Louisville, Ky.); United States. Works Progress Administration; Murals

    • Section of WPA project mural by Hendrik Martin Mayer (also known as Henrik) of Indianapolis at Marine Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Mural depicts the meeting between European and Native American cultures. A priest stands in the center in front...
    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Health care facilities; Hospitals; Marine hospitals; United States. Marine Hospital, no. 11 (Louisville, Ky.); United States. Works Progress Administration; Murals

    • Section of WPA project mural by Hendrik Martin Mayer (also known as Henrik) of Indianapolis at Marine Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Men stand in a cup shaped boat in the shallows, transporting barrels and steering with poles. Men and women work...
    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Marine hospitals; United States. Marine Hospital, no. 11 (Louisville, Ky.); United States. Works Progress Administration; Murals

    • Section of WPA project mural by Hendrik Martin Mayer (also known as Henrik) of Indianapolis at Marine Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Mural section appears to be a quick sketch. A man stands on a small train and waves; a man riding a horse waves;...
    • Goss Ave.

    • Goss Ave.

    • Streets; Buildings; Houses; Stores & shops; Grocery stores

    • Intersection of an unidentified street, possibly Poplar Level Road, and Mayer Street. Paved stretch scattered with houses, Geo. F. Martin market or grocery store, and a garage.
    • Catherine Dale Owen, 1930.

    • Catherine Dale Owen, 1930.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Women; Actresses

    • Portrait of Catherine Dale Owen, an actress born in Louisville, Kentucky. She is wearing her hair short with finger curls and a thick metal necklace. The photograph is a yellow discoloration from age. Stamped on back of image: Metro-Goldwyn Mayer;...
    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • U. S. Marine Hospital mural, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Health care facilities; Hospitals; Marine hospitals; United States. Marine Hospital, no. 11 (Louisville, Ky.); United States. Works Progress Administration; Murals

    • Section of WPA project mural by Hendrik Martin Mayer (also known as Henrik) of Indianapolis at U. S. Marine Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Mural shows men working on the docks and steam boat. Muscular men work by a steam boat, carrying barrels,...
    • Lincoln Savings Bank.

    • Lincoln Savings Bank.

    • Buildings; Canopies; Automobiles; Banks; Lincoln Savings Bank (Louisville, Ky.)

    • Address: 136 S. Fourth Street (Demolished, 1973.) The Lincoln Savings Bank is another of the buildings for which Alfred S. Joseph served as chief architect while at Macdonald & Dodd. Its glazed tile upper and lower tiers, setting off the brick...
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