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    • Souvenir of West Baden and French Lick, Ind.

    • Hotels; Hotels; Springs; Springs; Health resorts; Health resorts; Golf; Dairying; Cows; Railroad stations; French Lick Springs Hotel; West Baden Springs Hotel (West Baden, Ind.)
    • Set of postcards from West Baden and French Lick, Indiana. Includes interior and exterior images of the buildings and grounds at West Baden, and exterior scenes at French Lick. Produced by Curt Teich & Co., manufacturer's number 2176. Published by...
    • New High Bridge at High Bridge, Ky.

    • Railroad bridges; Kentucky River; Rivers
    • Part of High Bridge over the Kentucky River. The metal railroad bridge spans the scene, with its stone piers visible at the far left. Several structures are visible on the river banks below the bridge, and the striations in the stone sides of the...
    • Flame vine and Spanish type home in Florida.

    • Houses; Flowers; Shrubs
    • Spanish-style house with hedges covered in orange flowers. There are also bushes with purple flowers. The house has striped awnings on the windows. Text printed on the back reads, "What lovelier flower could we choose / To represent the 'Sunshine...
    • White Temple, Miami, Florida.

    • Churches; Methodist churches; Crosses; Towers; White Temple Methodist Church (Miami, Fla.)
    • White building with tall tower topped by a cross. An inscription over a doorway reads, "The White Temple." This structure is identified elsewhere as White Temple Methodist Church. This card is apparently no. DC-187 in a series. Also bears a...
    • B.F. Avery office building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Offices; Commercial facilities; B.F. Avery & Sons Co.; Agricultural machinery & implements
    • Exterior of the B.F. Avery office building located at 1721 Seventh St., Louisville, Ky. The three story building has a covered entrance, awnings over the first floor windows, and the words "Avery" in the center of the building. From invoice: "3/4...
    • Otis Hidden Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1951.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Appliance stores; Furniture stores
    • Exterior of the Otis Hidden Co. building located at 529-535 Main St. in Louisville, Ky. The four story building has curved arches above the windows. Across the first floor is a sign that reads "The Otis Hidden Co." A car is parked in front of the...
    • Hayes Garment Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1956.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Facades; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Clothing industry
    • Exterior of the building that houses the Hayes Garment Co. located at 118 E. Main St. in Louisville, Ky. Invoice indicated the photo was taken from the Brook Street end. The building has split levels, the left side is two stories tall and the right...
    • B. F. Avery and Sons Company, Louisville, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Buildings; Commercial facilities; B.F. Avery & Sons Co.; Agricultural machinery & implements
    • Building marked "B. F. Avery & Sons Co.", featuring large windows on the first two floors (of three), and a parking lot, Louisville, Kentucky. The company started in Louisville in the mid-1800s making plows and other farm tools before becoming a...
    • Joseph E. Roth of Louisville, Kentucky, 1924.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Business people
    • Portrait of Joseph E. Roth of Louisville, Kentucky, wearing a textured tie. The photograph has some damage around the edges and is discolored from age. Stamped on bottom, front of image: (credit) The Cusick Studio, Louisville. Handwritten on back:...
    • Displaced/Homemakers/Rebuild.

    • Cuyahoga Community College; Women's Equity Action League; Women's Law Fund (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Women's Counsel
    • The quilt was designed and executed by Janet M. Citino of Cleveland Heights, Ohio. She has been a teacher and designer of needlework for many years. Her designs have been published in Mc Calls [sic] Needlework and Crafts, The Workbasket and other...

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