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    • Louis Stack of Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Actors
    • Portrait of Louis Stack of Louisville, Kentucky, with his hair combed back and wearing a printed tie. The photograph has damaged edges and is marked with discolorations and age. Stamped on back of image: October 1, 1936. Handwritten on back:...
    • Men with stack of boards, Louisville, Kentucky, September 2, 1932.

    • Men; Construction workers; African Americans; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Construction equipment
    • African-American men hunch beneath a large stack of boards on top of a platform. Another man stands nearby. They are below the ground surface in a rectangular pit supported by wood beams. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Wm. N. Foxen of the Chicago Nationals.

    • Baseball cards; Athletes; Baseball players; Chicago Cubs (Baseball team)
    • Bill Foxen or William Aloysius Foxen (1879-1937). Color portrait of Bill Foxen. A cub is in the top left corner and 'Cubs' is in the top right. The team is the Chicago Cubs. Verso: William A. Foxen. Southpaw William A. Foxen, of the Chicago...
    • Lincoln Institute, Simpsonville, Kentucky, dining room, 1932.

    • Lincoln Institute (Simpsonville, Ky.); Dining rooms; Schools; African Americans; Women; People; Segregation in education
    • A number of young African American women set the tables at the Lincoln Institute dining room. Each woman wears a white apron over her clothes. The tables are covered with white paper or cloth and wood chairs are pulled up. Silverware is laid out...
    • Masonic Widows & Orphans Home, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Orphanages; Women; Men; Typewriters
    • Two men and two women are sitting at desks in the printing office at the Masonic Widows & Orphans Home. One woman is typing and one is looking at a stack of paper. An array of small newspapers and leaflets are under the glass countertop at the...
    • Bank check book binding machine, 1928.

    • Banking industry; Machinery
    • A bank check book binding machine is in a large room with wooden floors. A stack of flat boxes is visible behind a pile of something covered with a white sheet.
    • Bank check book binding machine, 1928.

    • Banking industry; Machinery
    • A bank check book binding machine is in a large room with wooden floors. A stack of flat boxes is visible behind a pile of something covered with a white sheet.
    • Bank check book binding machine, 1928.

    • Banking industry; Machinery
    • A bank check book binding machine is in a large room with wooden floors. A stack of flat boxes is visible behind a pile of something covered with a white sheet.
    • Bank check book binding machine, 1928.

    • Banking industry; Machinery
    • A bank check book binding machine is in a large room with wooden floors. A stack of flat boxes is visible behind a pile of something covered with a white sheet.
    • Women working at Standard Printing Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Women; Books; Bookbinding; Printing industry
    • Address: 220-228 South First Street. Two women sit at opposite sides of a table in a large room filled with other workers at tables. Each woman is holding a hammer over a stack of book pages not yet bound together. The invoice indicates this...
    • Steiden Stores, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Stores & shops; Streets; Advertising; Buildings
    • Address: 2120 Bardstown Road, Louisville, Kentucky. Steiden Stores, Marshalls and Taylors are pictured. On top of these stores billboards advertise Kool Cigarettes, Fischer's meat, and Model Farms Milk "Good Anytime." Across the street the Nut Nook...
    • Flood, Western Union messenger at Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, 1937.

    • Floods; Western Union Telegraph Company; Hotels; Disaster relief; People; Floods--Kentucky--Louisville
    • Address: 612 W. Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky. In 1937, after a January of intense rainfall, the Ohio River Valley flooded. The 1937 flood was one of Louisville's greatest natural disasters. This photo shows police and Kentucky State Health...
    • Ben Snyder store and banana stand, Louisville, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Stores & shops; Show windows; Window displays; Signs (Notices); Bananas; Buildings; People
    • A banana stand located in front of Ben Snyder's at 514-530 W. Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky. A boy eating a banana stands facing the camera as a woman pays one of the clerks. Another woman stands next to a clerk putting a bunch of bananas...
    • London Manufacturing Company.

    • Lumberyards; Carts & wagons; Men; Horses; Utility poles
    • Wide street lined with telephone wires, buildings at right, and large stacks of lumber at left, as well as one stack in the center of the street where two driverless horse-drawn carts are also passing. The closest building, presumably the London...
    • Working public roads.

    • Carts & wagons; Men; African Americans; Mules; Hand tools; Shovels; Axes; Hammers
    • A group of men with mule-drawn wagons stand on a road with a table in the middle of it. The table has a stack of cans arranged on it and there is a shovel, axe and sledge hammer arranged leaning on one another in the road in front of the table.
    • Whip-sawing lumber.

    • Woodcutting; Trees; Logs; Lumber; Men; Saws
    • Two men use a whipsaw, or long two-handled saw, in the woods in Harlan County, Kentucky, while three other men look on. One man stands on a tall platform with a large log laying along the platform that they are planing. The man on the other end of...
    • Near Breathitt County, logging camp.

    • Railroad tracks; Railroads; Engines; Men; Lumber industry; Railroad ties; Railroad rails; Barrels
    • Several parallel railroad tracks going up a mountain. There are cut boards (possibly railroad ties) along the track and a stack of barrels. Uphill from the tracks, a group of men, many holding shovels, stand on flatcars of a train.

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