Churches; Religious facilities; Floods; Dwellings; Houses; Buildings; Floods--Kentucky--Louisville
Address: 3511 Rudd Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. The church in this flood scene is likely the Church of our Lady on Rudd Avenue. There are homes on either side of the street and the flood waters have covered most of the first story of the buildings.
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.
Charles B. Rudd was born in 1873 in Owensboro. He graduated at the Owensboro high school in the class of 1889. He attended the University of Notre Dame, then returned home and took up the study of law under Chapeze Wathen. He was admitted to the...
Intersection of Rudd Avenue, north of Western Parkway, now Northwestern Parkway, and an unidentified street. Part of a streetcar track is visible on Rudd Street. The other street is lined with houses and fields but dead-ends at some trees.
Streets; Street railroads; Buildings; Houses; Religious facilities; Churches; Boys
Rudd Avenue at 35th Street and 34th Street. Two views of a brick-paved street with streetcar tracks. A building with a steeple is on the block. In one image, a group of boys stand at the curb near Rudd and 35th Street. North of Western Parkway, now...
Land at the corner of 35th Street and Rudd Avenue in the Portland neighborhood where Cedar Grove Academy was located until after World War One. Trees line the edges of the property and houses are visible in the background.
Streets; Street railroads; Buildings; Houses; Religious facilities; Churches; Stores & shops; Grocery stores
Rudd Avenue north of Western Parkway, now Northwestern Parkway, at 35th Street. The street is lined with houses, with a small market at the corner and a church, possibly the Church of Our Lady, a few buildings down on the right.
A group of seven children of various ages at the side of two unidentified roads. Two children stand by a bicycle. One child does a headstand while the other children stand in a row. Near Western Parkway, now Northwestern Parkway, and Rudd Avenue.
Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Tennis courts; Sports & recreation facilities;
Location: Belknap Campus: 350 Warnock Street. Current uses: 12 tennis courts. Named in honor: Named for Lewis "Sonny" Bass and Mason Rudd, each of whom were major donors to the facility's construction. Awards won: 1995 Design Award,...