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    • The Louisville Cardinal, March 1, 1974.

    • Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals; University of Louisville--Students--Periodicals
    • The University of Louisville’s undergraduate newspaper. The title of this publication has varied over the years, but with the exception of the period 1928-1930, when it was known as the U. of L. News, the title has always been a variation of The...
    • The Louisville Cardinal, September 22, 1978.

    • Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals; University of Louisville--Students--Periodicals
    • The University of Louisville’s undergraduate newspaper. The title of this publication has varied over the years, but with the exception of the period 1928-1930, when it was known as the U. of L. News, the title has always been a variation of The...
    • The Cardinal, November 12, 1936.

    • Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals; University of Louisville--Students--Periodicals
    • The University of Louisville’s undergraduate newspaper. The title of this publication has varied over the years, but with the exception of the period 1928-1930, when it was known as the U. of L. News, the title has always been a variation of The...
    • The Louisville Cardinal, August 25, 1986.

    • Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals; University of Louisville--Students--Periodicals
    • The University of Louisville’s undergraduate newspaper. The title of this publication has varied over the years, but with the exception of the period 1928-1930, when it was known as the U. of L. News, the title has always been a variation of The...
    • The Cardinal, May 5, 1950.

    • Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals; University of Louisville--Students--Periodicals
    • The University of Louisville’s undergraduate newspaper. The title of this publication has varied over the years, but with the exception of the period 1928-1930, when it was known as the U. of L. News, the title has always been a variation of The...
    • The Cardinal, March 11, 1954.

    • Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals; University of Louisville--Students--Periodicals
    • The University of Louisville’s undergraduate newspaper. The title of this publication has varied over the years, but with the exception of the period 1928-1930, when it was known as the U. of L. News, the title has always been a variation of The...
    • Jefferson County Jail, Louisville, Kentucky, 1921.

    • Jefferson County Jail (Louisville, Ky.); Automobiles; Street railroad tracks; Buildings; Detention facilities; Jails
    • Address: 540 W. Liberty, Louisville, Kentucky. At the corner of Armory Place and Liberty Street is the Jefferson County Jail. The stone and brick building includes a raised basement plus three stories topped by two hexagonal towers with lightning...
    • Brigman Hall, Louisville, Kentucky, 1936.

    • Buildings; Educational facilities; Universities & colleges; University of Louisville--Buildings; College students
    • Front of Brigman Hall at the University of Louisville. The entrance and the building's two "towers" are visible. The Steam/Chilled Water plant, with its smokestack, stands beside it. Brigman Hall was formerly known as the Leathers Building, named...
    • Kenyon Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.

    • Buildings; Facades; Architecture; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops
    • The Kenyon building located at 112 5th St. in Louisville, Ky. The stone and brick building, designed by architect Mason Maury in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, has large plate glass windows on the first floor and an ornate ironwork piece in...
    • Kenyon Building, Louisville, Kentucky, 1942.

    • Buildings; Architecture; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Gasoline pumps; Automobiles
    • The Kenyon building located at 112 5th St. in Louisville, Ky. The stone and brick building, designed by architect Mason Maury in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, has large plate glass windows on the first floor and an ornate ironwork piece in...
    • Standard Printing Company in Louisville, Kentucky, 1944.

    • Buildings; Historic buildings; Architectural elements; Spires; Fleur-de-lis; Printing; Printing industry; Clocks & watches; Fire escapes; Architecture
    • Address: 220 South First Street in Louisville, Ky. Designed by Charles D. Meyer in the late 1800s for the Looms Carriage Manufactory, this four story brick building was later purchased by the Standard Printing Company. Rectangular windows of...
    • Fire Department headquarters, 1920.

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines; Automobiles; Uniforms; Hats; Historic buildings; People; Men; Buildings
    • Address: 619 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Fire officials pose with their fire engines and other vehicles in front of the Fire Department headquarters. Near the roof of the building, two men's faces are carved. A number 2 is also...
    • Fire Department headquarters and Frank Fehr's sign, 1920.

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations; Fire engines; Uniforms; Hats; Painted wall signs; Signs (Notices); Historic buildings; People; Men; Buildings
    • Address: 619 W. Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky. Fire officials pose with their fire engine in front of the Fire Department headquarters. This building is in Richardsonian Romanesque style and was added to the National Register of Historic...

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