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    • Trolley barn at Seventh and Myrtle Streets, Louisville, Kentucky, 1928.

    • Street railroads; Street railroad tracks; Buildings; Louisville Railway Company; Transportation; Street railroad facilities; Transportation facilities
    • Address: Seventh and Myrtle Streets, Louisville, Kentucky. A trolley barn is shown with two open bays. The front of the building is two stories while the back portion is a single story. Utility lines crisscross in front of the building and trolley...
    • YWCA, Louisville, Kentucky, 1920.

    • Young Women's Christian associations; Cobblestone streets; Street railroad tracks; Utility poles; Buildings; Transportation
    • Address: 720 S. Second Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Trolley and utility lines crisscross the cobblestone street. On the corner is the Young Women's Christian Association, bearing a sign with YWCA spelled out in light bulbs. To the side of the...
    • Bardstown Road at Highland Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Advertising; Stores & shops; Show windows; Street railroad tracks; Automobiles; Utility poles; Louisville Gas and Electric Company; Buildings; Transportation
    • Written on the front of the photograph is, "January - 10 - 1921, Louisville Gas & Electric Co., Bardstown Road at Highland Ave. looking South - showing all lines moved to Southwest side of street." Utility poles line the sidewalk along the street...
    • Stockyards at Johnson Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Louisville Gas and Electric Company; Utility poles; Bourbon Stock Yard Company; Street railroad tracks; Brick wall signs; Signs (Notices); Stockyards; Transportation
    • Utility lines crisscross over the trolley tracks on Johnson Street in front of the Bourbon Stockyards. Utility poles run down the sidewalk along a wooden privacy fence. Past the stockyards is a building advertising "F. Burke[?] Cafe & Restaurant."...
    • Train station, West Point, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Railroad stations
    • Train station at West Point, Kentucky. The station is a one-story wood building in two perpendicular segments, each with a pyramid-shaped roof. From the roof at the right side hangs a sign that says, "Westpoint." Directly left of the train station...
    • Drum and Bugle Corps, Kentucky, 1932.

    • American Legion; Veterans' organizations; Military bands; Parades & processions
    • Drum and Bugle Corps of Jefferson Post American Legion standing for group photograph on a formal indoor stairway overlaid with marble, Kentucky. The Corps are wearing white shoes, white pants with stripes, dark coats with light embellishments,...
    • Woodbine, Louisville, Kentucky, 1924.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Lawns
    • Woodbine, home of Brainerd C. Lemon, at Newburg Road and Bashford Manor Lane, Louisville, Kentucky. Woodland with bridge. Small log bridge with crisscross rungs crosses shallow stream between treed banks strewn lightly with leaves.
    • Casa Mia, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Dwellings; Houses
    • Back view of Casa Mia, house of Alexander P. Witty on Red Fox Road in Cherokee Park, Louisville, Kentucky. A small child in white sits with a small dog at the top of stepstones leading up the two level yard. They are partly sheltered by a tree. At...

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